Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 200/1953 25.11.1953
01 London: Departure Elizabeth II., and Prince Philip to world travel on airstrip is accompanied Elizabeth II. to aircraft. Behind her, Philip goes in the company of Queen Mother Elizabeth and Princess Margaret. Elizabeth beckons before aircraft. Philip goes up stairs. Elizabeth and Philip waving at the plane door. Jets start. BOAC rolls out aircraft.
(16 m) 2 Addis Abeba: visit of Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands at Haile Selassie Haile Selassie kill Prince Bernhard order Schärpe. Bernhard kill the Crown Prince of Ethiopia order sash. Festive reception at Haile Selassie in the presence of the Empress. As guest members of the diplomatic corps. At table Bernhard in conversation with Haile Selassie.
(12 m) 03. Morocco: visit of the King of Libya Idris I.
In addition to the Sultan of Morocco's King Idris of Libya. Guard of honor in front of Palace presents with mount planting on. King Idris get in car. Car sign Libya. Mercedes departs.
(12 m) 04. United States: "the flying dagger", the fastest Jet in the world off, flight and landing parachute of the fastest fighter in the world of the United States air force.
(10 m) 05. France - Gaston Dominici, the murderer of Lurs job, where in August 1952 English tourist family was been found murdered. Ruined homestead. The farmer Gaston Dominici is carried away after he had made confession of the murder.
(11 m) 6 Brussels: demonstration of Belgian Kriegsbeschädigter Belgian war invalids with balloons on parade through the town. The balloons are left fly with postcards. Post cards carrying address of the Belgian Minister of finance for the payment of a pension.
(10 m) 7 Berchtesgaden: completion of the Jenner cableway construction workers during the construction of the cable car at Lake King. Cable car cabin Mountain Rock passes from valley station on Lake King. 2 people riding in a cable car. Laughing young woman with sunglasses, wholesale. Walkers in the Alps. Falcon on the hands of falconers, great.
(29 m) 08 Bad Pyrmont: hospital for Schwerbeschädigte members of the Lower Saxony State Government and federal labor Minister Stork will be greeted on arrival before the modern hospital building. Water bottom rail. Disabled go through water course to strengthen the muscles. Lying woman under irradiation device. CO-2 bath. Nurse and patient in the bathroom Department. Men in the inhalation inhalation room. Patients are examined. Doctor dances with patient with graft. Man with prosthetic training bike. Walking and ball game with lower limb prostheses.
(39 m) 9 Hamburg: dog beauty salon customers in the waiting room of the dog beauty salon. Young woman reading newspaper, big. 2 Spaniels, sitting next to her. Our dog woman with Spaniel beside him reads brochure. Poodle next to a small white dog with a hair bow. Large long-haired dog is bathed. Poodle is blow dried. Hunting dog injected with insecticide. Poodle is combed. Scotch is trimmed TERRIER. Close-up of Spaniel.
(32 m) 10 hamburger DOM 1953 lighted carousel spin. Hillergirl girls sit in carousel. Purchase of gingerbread hearts to stand. Hillergirls with gingerbread heart. Carousels. Hillergirls sausage stand. Bumper cars.
(30 m) 11 Hamburg: Football: Germany – Norway 5-1 teams enter. Viewer screen (75,000). Fritz Walter on pennant collection. Audience side big smokes. Left winger Hermann receives ball, Touchline to the middle to Otmar Walter. Otmar Walter has an effort on goal. Goalkeeper keeps. Attack Norway. Spectator with headscarf laughs. Otmar Walter is separated from 2 Norwegian players ball. Norway storms. Turek catches ball in the German goal. Norway scores the management goal 1: storms 0 Fritz Walter (No. 10), gives ball to Morlock. Scoring for Germany 1: supports 1 viewers the face in your hands. Toni Turek claps in the German goal. Hustle before the Norwegian goal. Viewers with glasses and a hat. Spectator bites his tongue. Storm on the German goal. Turek has been overcome. Player deflects the ball. Half-time. Game in front of the German goal. Jupp Posiphal fends off. Rahn is storms. Goalkeeper keeps head ball. Shot on goal 2:1 for Germany by Morlock. Older, serious man with glasses and a hat. Game scenes. The Norwegian goalkeeper stretched. Shot on goal 3:1 by Otmar Walter. Hermann's flank to Fritz Walter, scoring 4:1 low shot by Rahn 5: jump 1 viewers and clap. The teams leave the field of play.
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Ben Arafa, Mohammed; Bernhard von Holland; Dominice, Gaston; Elizabeth von England; Elisabeth II. von England; Selassie, Haile; Idris von Libyen; Margaret von England; Philip Mountbatten von Edinboroug; Storch, Karl; Herrmann, Siegfried; Morlock, Max; Posipal, Jupp; Rahn, Helmut; Turek, Toni; Walter, Fritz; Walter, Otmar
Sachindex Wochenschauen; Buildings in Germany; Demonstrations; Justice; aircraft; Leisure, recreation; Football; Medals, awards, honors; beauty care; Sports details, fouls; sports audience, sports spectator; 99.412 Deutsche week show GmbH: State visits (outside); Animals (except dogs); automotive engineering, automotive; Disease; Second, disabled; Medicine; People; Military; Holiday; Crime; festivals; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen; Military; 14 find book new German newsreel slow motion
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Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 200/1953
Die Zeit unter der Lupe (Other title)
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- Initial brand from all over the world: the Queen launches the world travel origin: Pathe news King v. Libya in Morocco origin: Gaumont Prince Bernhard on Haile Selassie origin: Polygoon "Flying dagger" origin: Metro of Möder Lurs origin: Gaumont, Pathé Journal of Belgium invalids sent balloons origin: Belgavox inauguration of Jenner cableway camera: Hafner modern hospital i. Pyrmont camera: Luppa dog beauty salon camera: Luppa hamburger DOM camera: Luppa, Stoll football: Germany - Norway camera: P strong, Luppa, Stoll final brand
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