Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 60/1951 20.03.1951


1st London: Exhibition "German homeland in the East" poster of the exhibition. Two bells. Heuss visited the exhibition. Model of Marienburg in Prussia. Model of the Cathedral St. Marien in Gdańsk. Pomeranian: Cordula shrine. Image of Nicolaus Copernicus, Thorn. Paintings of Gerhard Hauptmann. Weaver at the loom. Potter. Upper Silesia: Home of the miners.
(34 m) 2nd Liverpool: strike of dock workers parade through the town. Speakers on the street. Workers faces. Union leader rejects wildcat strike. Ships lying at the wharf.
(24 m) 03 portrait - human seen: the Hagenbeck family Hagenbeck travels in pony car through the Zoo. Visit the elephant enclosure. Recent Hagenbeck feeds the rhinoceros. Pelican. Zebras. Strauß enclosure. Family Hagenbeck when frying food and ostrich egg.
(41 m) 4th Bonn: press ball among the guests of Adenauer in addition to State Secretary Hallstein, Dr. Ehlers, McCloy in addition to Adenauer, Sir Ivone Kirkpatrick. Adenauer speaking (no "o" sound), Francois Poncet speaks (not a quote).
(18 m) 05. Berlin: mountains of rubble men and women shoveling debris and clearing debris. Bunkers on mountains of debris.
(14 m) 06 Munich: Easter hats draped, Easter Bunny and eggs on Hat plant, filled glass hat, private Charles Lamb, small village, duck on basket, vivid chicks in a basket.
(19 m) 07. Munich: artist Gladios shows sword tricks Gladios halved apples with sword on head of partner, shares burning match in hand of partner, halved apples on throat of partner, shares cigar in mouth of partners.
Argentina (23 m) 08: Professor tank leads jet fighter Pulky II front tank Péron introduces the jet fighter designed by him. Home of the jet fighter.
(23 m) 09 Argentina: car racing with Mercedes, the German racing driver Karl Kling, large, and Hermann long, half-close. Evita Peron as a spectator, immediately. Start and race.

10 Buenos Aires: Pan American Games the Olympic flame is lit with a torch. Diving women's: jump of champion Pat McCormik. Diving men. 100 m run men. Pole vault: Bob Richards, United States, WINS with 4.60 m, 110 m hurdles. ZL (36 m) 11 Duisburg: Germany - South Germany 0:4 game scenes. Shot at the misses. Southern German attack, but goalkeeper stops. Large audience faces. Man hard hat in the face. Shot on goal 1:0 for southern Germany. Boy blowing a trumpet. Ball flies on latte. Viewers filling picture, total. Shot on goal 4:0 for southern Germany.
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Adenauer, Konrad ; Ehlers, Hermann ; François-Ponçet, André ; Hagenbeck, Familie ; Hallstein, Walter ; Kirkpatrick, Ivonne ; Peron, Juan ; Tank ; Kling, Karl ; Lang, Hermann ; MacCormick, Pat ; Richards, Bob


Munich ; Düsseldorf ; Argentina ; Liverpool ; Berlin ; Bonn ; Hamburg ; Duisburg ; Buenos Aires


Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Bells ; Emblems ; aircraft ; Football ; motor sports ; Portraits ; Shipping ; Swimming ; sports audience, sports spectator ; sporting events ; Strike, strike ; Animals (except dogs) ; Debris ; diving ; Athletics, jogging, fun run ; Social events ; Distributed ; Circus ; Zoo, Wildlife Park ; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen ; Fashion ; Jobs ; Architecture ; Exhibitions ; 14 find book new German newsreel slow motion


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Weekly Newsreel

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Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 60/1951

Die Zeit unter der Lupe (Other title)

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Federal Republic of Germany

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German homeland in the East title brand camera: basic strike in England origin: Pathe news Menschl. seen: the Hagenbecks camera: Stoll receive the Federal Government camera: basic bunker mountains in Berlin camera: Obeng crazy hats to Easter camera: Kang Gladios camera: Kang origin Argentina: Argentina Pan-American Games origin: Metro football: Westdt. Süddtl.
Camera: Stoll, reason, tipping final brand

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70 Years of Pan-American Games (Feb 25-March 9, 1951)

On February 25, 1951 the first Pan American Games open in Buenos Aires. Athletes from 21 nations of the Americas participate.

The idea of the competition between all countries of North, Central and South America goes back to the 1930s. When the Pan American Congress meets in 1940 they decide to hold the first games 2 years later. Unfortunately World War II interrupts their plans. Almost 10 years later the games finally take place, after Argentina’s capital is re-confirmed as the first host city.

Since then the Pan Am Games are held every four years, one year before the Olympic Summer games. Initially the first games only offered 18 sport disciplines, by now they cover all of the Olympic summer games disciplines. In 2015 canoe slalom was added as a new discipline. There are additional disciplines that are not part of the Olympic games, but are popular in all of America, such as bowling, softball, baseball, racquetball or squash. There have been several attempts to hold winter games, however they were not very successful. The only Winter Pan American Games were held in 1990 in Las Leñas in Argentina. In 1999 the Parapan American Games were held for the first time, analogous to the Paralympics.

The first Junior Pan American games for athletes below the age of 21 are scheduled to take place in Cali, Colombia this year. The next Pan American Games will take place in Santiago de Chile in 2023.

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