Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 209/1954 26.01.1954

Synopsis

1 Berlin: Conference of four Foreign Ministers (four Conference) the flags of the 4 occupying powers on tall masts. Motorcade driving through snow-covered streets. Drive in front of the Council building in West Berlin. Car blow opens. US Secretary of State Foster Dulles gets out and enters the building. Molotov gets out and salute goes to building. Greet post of the occupying powers. Arrival of George Bidault and Anthony Eden. Newscaster. Reporter at table information United States speaks on the phone. Watch great shows 2 minutes 3. Shield: Conference room - Salle de conference. Delegations in the courtroom. Dulles and Conant sit down at table. Molotov, Bidault Eden table sitting.
(47 m) 2nd Wellington: Elizabeth II. opened Parliament in New Zealand Elizabeth in Gala attire next to Philip stairs leading to the Parliament building goes up. The members of the Council sit in space. Elizabeth sits next to Philip on throne and speaks interview (missing). Then easily after all sides bow standing up and up.
(20 m) 03. Connecticut: launching of the nuclear submarine Nautilus swivel about crowd filling picture. Mamie Eisenhower with flowers in her arms. Mamie Eisenhower throws bottle against the bow of the ship for naming. The nuclear submarine runs boat from the stack. Waving crowd.
(16 m) 04 island of Elba: a British airliner Comet crash ship sails to the crash site, where 35 people in plane crash were killed. Flag will be at half-mast set. Wreaths into the sea are thrown out of aircraft and ship at the site of the accident. Start Comet aircraft that flew the route London Khartoum with new course record.
(18 m) 5th Brussels: International Automobile Salon aerial view of exhibition halls. Visitors to Hall. DKW car Union small car turns on stand. Race car. BMW Bavarian Motor works. Mercedes-cool. Piston of gasoline engine running, great.
(24 m) 6th South Norway: reindeer catch reindeer herd, full-screen. Animals are herded together, men catch blocks with Lassos and carry away.
(19 m) 07. Boston: indoor sports festival 45 yards hurdles men: Harrison Dillard WINS superior in 5.6 seconds. Start and run. Pole vault: Jump of winner Bob Richards. Run 1 mile: Fred Wilt leads ahead of Olympic champion Josy Barthel. In the final sprint, Barthel WINS 4 minutes 10.3 seconds in.
(19 m) 8th star trip to Monte Carlo final speed test through the streets of Monte Carlo. Cornering, drive through tunnels and along the coast. Official waving banner. Winner Louis Chiron to Lancia.
(32 m) 09 Cortina d' Ampezzo: World Championships in the two-woman Bobsleigh at the start PuTTY/Nierberl / Germany, and Benham / United States. As best German I land Rösch/terne ranked 5th Italy and II win. Scheib Meier/Zimbelli Italy II be congratulated after victory.
(28 m) 10 Berlin: Jonny Williams, master of the Empire in the world, beating Gerhard Hecht, German Champion in light heavyweight, k.o. The Boxer in the ring at the Sports Palace. Shock Exchange. Williams fighting superior and ends up hit. At the end of the 1st round. Man beats Gong. 2 round: Attacking Williams Right away again. After a right hook to Pike to the ground. Referee counts. At 7, Pike is back to fight. Pike suggests Williams Right away again with a left hook to the ground. Pike arises Right away again to fight and fight staggering. Williams attacked and looking for the decision. Director of photography, great. The Boxer, great legs. Williams hits, Pike enters the knee. Referee counts. Pike Get up, fails to pass the next hit to the ground and will be counted. Viewers move excited tongue between the lips. Pike with his advisors in his corner. Jonny Williams with his arm as the winner in the ring.
(43 m)

Origin / Type of content

Narration

Persons in the Film

Benham, Stan; Bidault, George; Conant, James B.; Dulles, John Foster; Eden, Anthony; Eisenhower, Dwight; Elisabeth II. von England; Molotow, Andrej Wjadscheslaw; Philip Mountbatten von Edinboroug; Chiron, Louis; Dillard, Harrison; Hecht, Gerhard; Kitt; Nieberl, Lorenz; Richards, Bob; Rösch, Hans; Scheibmeier; Terne; Williams, Johnny; Wilt, Fred; Zimbelli

Places

Connecticut; Brussels; Berlin; Island of Elba; London; Elba; Wellington; New Zealand; Cortina d'Ampezzo; Boston; Monte Carlo

Topics

Sachindex Wochenschauen; Bobsleigh; Boxes; Domestic events; Disasters; Flags; motor sports; News, communications; Press, press conferences; Travel; Shipping; 99.412 Deutsche week show GmbH: State visits (outside); Animals (except dogs); Watches; automotive engineering, automotive; Athletics, jogging, fun run; Foreign policy events; aerial photographs; Atom; Exhibitions; Crew; 14 find book new German newsreel slow motion

Type

Newsreel (G)

Genre

Weekly Newsreel

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Title:

Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 209/1954

Die Zeit unter der Lupe (Other title)

Country of Origin:
Federal Republic of Germany

Year of Production and/or Release

Date of Release:
26.01.1954
Year of Production:
1954

Credits

Origin:
Initial brand camera: Luppa, Obeng Quad Conference started camera: Luppa, Onasch Kurz exposed: kg. Elizabeth opened Parliament in New Zealand origin: Pathe news Nautilus, the first nuclear-powered submarine d. world origin: Metro 'Comet' new course record origin: Pathe news Auto Salon in Brussels origin: Belgavox reindeer fishing in southern Norway origin: Norsk Film sports: indoor sports festival in Boston origin: Metro, road rally Monte Carlo origin: Gaumont Cortina - 2 rode camera: Hafner, cooking boxes: Pike - Williams camera: Luppa, Obeng final brand

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