Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 171/1953 03.05.1953
1 Hamburg: Inauguration of the new Lombards bridge the new Lombards bridge with flags of all German Federal States. Mayor Brewer cuts the Ribbon with golden scissors. Brauer, Heuss and citizenship President Schönfelder go with Entourage over the bridge.
(18 m) 2 Hamburg: opening of the international horticultural exhibition of international flags of the exhibiting countries. Flower arrangements. Heuss speaks behind microphones (NWDR). Under James B. Conant listeners and wife, big Buergermeisterbrauer, big. Heuss in addition to Brewers during tour of the exhibition. Conant walk over small bridge, great. 3 pigeons in cage, large. Mass start by homing pigeons.
(18 m) 03 Hamburg: Heuss visited the Elsa Brandström House on meadow before relaxing mothers ball gymnastics make Elsa Brandström House. Heuss has been greeted with a bouquet of flowers. Women in the kitchen when rolling out dough and decorating dessert. Heuss on balcony of Elsa Brandström House. Pictures from refugee camps: mothers stand side by side and wash. Mothers are sun loungers.
(18 m) 04. 1 may - celebration of the work of Berlin: Font on speaker's podium: freedom WINS. Paul Henry Spaak speaks at the Republic square (no original sound - Berlin is the most European city in Germany, of all tired to take an example). Jakob Kaiser at the lectern, (no o-ton freedom for the German eastern zone). Audience screen-filling and half close. Clapping. Ernst Reuter speaks (not a quote). Pigeons fly up. Munich: Demonstration on the road against the general contract. Police dispersed the protesters. Water cannon in use. In the Congress Hall of the Chairman of the DGB speaks Walter Friday interview: "the belief in a better future lives mainly in the workforce. It is the belief in a truly equitable social order." Kassel: ceremony in the Assembly Hall of the Henschel-Werke. Heuss speaks and the performance pays tribute to the German industry (no interview) Heuss gives 21 earned employee the Federal cross of merit. The Bundesverdienstkreuz in big boxes.
(44 m) 05. Luxembourg: Jean Monnet opened steel market of the ECSC, Jean Monnet's character to the tapping of the first European cast iron from ore French, Belgian, Dutch and German coal, controlled by an Italian in a blast furnace in Luxembourg. Molten iron River. Small piece of the first duty-free steel of Europe goes from hand to hand.
(19 m) 6 England: demonstration of new weapons Centurion tank driving, among the spectators General a. D. Speidel as the representative of the Federal Republic. The tank fire. English soldier throws phosphorus hand grenade.
(15 m) 07. worms: inauguration of the rebuilt Nibelungen bridge the Nibelungen bridge over the Rhine. Freighter runs under the bridge. Federal Minister of transport, Seebohm goes with flowers in the arm, talks and cuts through band (not a quote). Seebohm's wake across the bridge.
(18 m) 08 Swedish jet fighter Swedish pilots during theoretical lessons. Pilot in the aircraft. Pulpit joins. Nozzle size. Launch and flight. 2 passers-by hastily turn the head. Aerobatic flight. Firing exercise missiles into the sea. Aerial photography during the flight from the flying barrel. Contrails in the sky.
(28 m) 09 Kiel: baptism of the first gliders in Schleswig-Holstein is carafe water poured. Glider is baptized and revealed. Name JJ Sanchez. Schleswig-Holstein Interior Minister Pagel baptizes glider on the name of Schleswig-Holstein. Erich Stoll sitting in a glider, great. Camera moves him. Launch of gliders, wind indicator. Flying gliders. The pilot from behind. Aerial photography during the flight. Landing.
(37 m) 10. Dortmund: Borussia Dortmund - VFB Stuttgart 2-1 start to the final round to the German Championship. The West champion plays VFB Stuttgart against the champions of the previous year. As viewers Heinz Neuhaus, is great. Borussia in the attack. Shot, exactly at the goalkeeper who starts. In the penalty area by Borussia player touches the ball with his hand. Penalty. Viewers with big sunglasses. Shot on goal 1:0 for Stuttgart. Viewers look forward. Serious older man with hat. Handstand in the Stuttgart penalty area. Penalty for Borussia leads to compensate. 1:1 (door camera). Young spectator, large. Game scenes. Dortmund stormed and the 2: shoots 1 viewers keeps handkerchief in front of the face. Player makes Handstand with joy. Edge is given to the Center. Shot on goal into the empty goal for Borussia. Referee decided offside. Viewer calls and whistles, great. Stuttgart hits the side of the empty gate post. Spectators cheering with arms raised at the end of the game.
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Sachindex Wochenschauen; Buildings in Germany; Demonstrations; Honors; Domestic events; cameramen, cameramen; Europe, EDC, EEC; Flags; Refugees; Football; Medals, awards, honors; Photographers; Shipping; gliding, flying, free balloon; Sports details, fouls; sports audience, sports spectator; State visits (inside); Animals (except dogs); Weapons; Welfare, aid agencies, care; Foreign policy events; Listener; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen; Construction; Exhibitions; Gastronomy; Anniversaries, Jubilees, birthdays; Trade unions; 14 find book new German newsreel slow motion
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Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 171/1953
Die Zeit unter der Lupe (Other title)
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- Initial brand camera: Luppa Heuss in Hamburg: camera: Stoll, p horticultural exhibition camera: Luppa Elsa-Brandström House camera: Stoll may 1 in Munich, Berlin and Kassel camera: reason, Cook, cooking, Onasch Jean Monnet - steel market origin: Gaumont General Speidel in England origin: Pathe news Nibelungen bridge camera: strong Swedish jet fighter origin: film industry gliding Kiel camera: Stoll, p soccer: Borussia - VFB Stuttgart camera: basic end brand
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