Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 146/1952 10.11.1952


1 Frankfurt: Gerhardt Hauptmann in memory: fixed performance Iphigenie in Delphi Thomas Mann on arrival in the theater goes up stairs. Thomas Mann in an interview with the widow of Gerhard Hauptmann. Thomas Mann and widow of Captain enter the Auditorium. Fixed performance under the direction of Lothar Müthel. Play Iphigenia: Lieselotte Schreiner, Elektra: Lola Müthel, Orest: Hans Georg Laubenthal. Scene snippet interview: "The spell of Delphi, the Almighty, certain this Priestess once the sacrificial death, and Pythos high saying could even the goddess is not to break, Apollo's pale sister Artemis." In the foyer of Thomas Mann in conversation with champagne glass in hand. Thomas Mann's drinking from a Cup. The set designer Cesar Klein in conversation Holst with Maria, large front picture Gerhard Hauptmann. Gerhard Hauptmann, large bust.

02. United States: Eisenhower's election victory Neonbeleuchtete road. Neon Eisenhower elected. Eisenhower and Mamie Eisenhower after the victory. Eisenhower speaks interview from party colleagues and representatives of the press. Eisenhower, Mamie Eisenhower and children on airplane stairs before departure to your vacation in Georgia. Eisenhower stands with arms raised at aircraft door.

03. London: Memorial Day for the prisoners of war of Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip plug small crosses on Memorial in Westminster.

04. Germany: competition apprentice and master for glazing of stained-glass Windows. Apprentices plane, big. Apprentices on grinder. Young Potter turns on Potter's wheel, large pitcher. Ceramics workshop. Pastry Chef apprentice in cake making. The artist blacksmith apprentice. Wrought-iron art objects.

05. Nairobi: Mau Mau terror town picture Nairobi: African newspaper page. A murdered indigenous Chief, big picture. Negro during funeral of Mau Mau victim. English troops marching. Troops ride on cars in the jungle. Search by natives.

06. Cambridge: Student Festival masked students roam the streets. The University. Black-clad man rises from a coffin. Men dance in Hula skirts. Unicycle rider driving in traffic. Cardboard rocket is lit.

07. Dortmund: Holiday on ice the ice ballet dancing. Acrobatic dance. Artistic performances on the ice. RIA and Paul Falk dance a tango and Waltz.

8 Berlin: German championship in the middleweight division: Hans Stretz defeated Szüzina / Bremen points Überfallartige attacks of the Challenger Szüzina. Santana recedes to the ring ropes. Szüzina proposes random. Referee separates melee. Heavy shock change of both boxers. Santana slides out, gets up Right away again. Man beats Gong. Audience clapping, big. Hans Stretz with wreath next to Szüzina.

09 Augsburg: International football match Germany - Switzerland 5-1 Fritz Walter when exchanging pennants with the Swiss captain. Viewers with hats, half-close. Game on snow durchweichtem place. Germany storms. Fritz Walter of ball to teammates, but missed. Swiss striker at the German gate is pushed by Posipahl. Viewers with beaten-up collar, big. MORLOCK shoots the 1:0 Paul loses the ball. Otmar Walter shoots before the opposing goal 2:0 spectators clap. Fritz Walter in the game. Paul has an effort on goal. Goalkeeper keeps. Young spectator with headscarf laughs. Otmar Walter gives the ball to Morlock. MORLOCK crashes. Viewers face, profile, great. Goal 2:1 for the Switzerland. Fritz Walter returns to the Morlock, Morlock crashes, 1 viewers with mustache shoots the 3: Shepherd, great. Scrum in front of the German goal. Kant defined with header. Fritz Walter shoots laterally at the gate 4:1 gets viewers. Faces of different viewers. MORLOCK shoots to the latte, margin Schäfer 5: drink 1 viewers from bottle, big.

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Eisenhower, Dwight ; Elisabeth II. von England ; Hauptmann, Gerhard ; Holst, Maria ; Laubenthal, Hans Georg ; Mann, Thomas ; Müthel, Lola ; Philip Mountbatten von Edinboroug ; Schreiner, Lieselotte ; Falk, Ria ; Klodt, Berni ; Kohlmeier ; Morlock, Max ; Posipal, Jupp ; Szüzina, Franz ; Schäfer, Albert ; Stretz, Hans ; Walter, Fritz ; Walter, Otmar


Cambridge ; Frankfurt ; United States ; London ; Nairobi ; Dortmund ; Berlin ; Augsburg


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Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 146/1952

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Gerhart Hauptmann’s 160th Birthday (* 15.11.1862)

Gerhart Hauptmann was one of the most important German playwrights on the threshold of the 20th century and one of the most important representatives of naturalism.

Born in Obersalzbrunn (now Szczawno-Zdrój) in Silesia on November 15, 1962, the son of an innkeeper first tried his hand at sculpture before turning to literature. After writing the novellas "Bahnwärter Thiel" and "Fasching", Hauptmann became famous overnight at the age of 27, thanks to the scandalous premiere of his first drama "Vor Sonnenaufgang" (Before Sunrise). In the following years he wrote important plays such as "Einsame Menschen" (Lonely People), "Der Biberpelz" (The Beaver Coat), "Fuhrmann Henschel" (Drayman Henschel) and "Rose Bernd". The highlight of his dramatic work, however, is the play "Die Weber" ("The Weavers"), which premiered in 1892. The play is about the Silesian weavers' uprising of 1844 and its social criticism caused a furore in the empire. 1911 saw the publication of "Die Ratten" (The Rats), a late naturalistic work and one of his most important contributions to the modern world theatre. Having already been awarded the Grillparzer Prize several times for his previous work, Hauptmann received the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1912.

After the end of World War I, he became an advocate of the Weimar Republic and advanced to become one of its most important literary representatives. Many intellectuals were disappointed in Hauptmann, as he remained in Germany after the National Socialists seized power while also refraining from making political statements. A large part of his works continued to be published, performed or filmed. During World War II, he wrote his late work, the "Atreus" tetralogy, which is interpreted as a portrait of the National Socialist era.

Hauptmann died on June 6, 1946, at his home in Agnieszków (present day Jagniatków) and was buried at Hiddensee. In addition to more than 40 dramas, he left behind five novels and eleven stories, several verse epics and numerous poems, as well as autobiographical writings, speeches and essays.

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