Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 214/1954 03.03.1954
1 Dortmund: Figure skating world champion Gundi Busch in the Westfalenhalle Gundi Busch dances the dance "Day and night" in different costumes. Audience clapping. Man awarded Gundi Busch bouquet. Gundi Busch, great.
(45 m) 02 Bonn: defence debate in the Bundestag the Government bench with Adenauer, Hallstein, Blücher, Schröder. Speakers of the parties on the lectern. Sea cat, DP, Gerstenmaier, CDU, Erler, SPD, Dr. Becker, FDP. Stenographer, great. Chamber. Members To give up their voice. Counting of the votes. Hermann Ehlers announced the result of 2/3 majority of the amendment of the basic law was approved. Interview: "I note that in accordance with article 79 of the basic law required 2/3 majority of the members of the Bundestag in this roll-call vote is reached. Thus the Act amending the basic law in the 3rd consultation in the final vote is accepted."
(31 m) 03. Garmisch: Police Ski Championships 20 km strip running: policemen with backpack and rifle at the cross-country skiing in the snow, uphill and downhill. When firing is Instead of just before the finish. A police officer takes off luggage, lies down and break balloons. Winning team I of the Bavarian border runs through the target range. Target range with inscription Dextro Energen.
(30 m) 04. France: PA 49, smallest jet fighter pilot in a small jet fighter using world hat on. Aircraft cockpit is closed. Small aircraft rolls to start. Launch and flight of the PA 49 (14 m) 5th United States: Jet carriage as a test for human reaction at supersonic speeds doll carriage mounted on. Jet-driven test sled racing with 1000 km/h on the test track. Test drive in ZL. Braking with big smoke.
(16 m) 6th Casablanca: visit of the Sultan of Morocco Sidi Mohammed Ben Arafa of Reiter guard accompanied Sultan Sidi Mohammed Ben Arafa drives in an open car through the streets. Ben Arafa is welcomed by General Guillaume and other dignitaries in front of the Palace.
(18 m) 07. Egypt: return of General Naguib people demonstrate on the street for the return of the deposed President, General Naguib. Giving in to the pressure of the population the Revolutionary Council resumes Naguib, Nasser General in his Office as President. Naguib in addition to Nasser on balcony. Crowd cheers Naguib.
(20 m) 08 campaign in India Nehru in an open car driving to election rally in southern India. Nehru speaks at election rally because there is a danger that the Communist Party here gets more votes than the conservative popular party of Nehru.
(11 m) 09 Paris spring fashion mannequins demonstrating corporate & evening dresses. Strapless afternoon dress with an elegant coat. Mannequin with evening dress comes down stairs. Large loop on the front of evening dress. Strapless evening dress with shawl. Evening dress wrinkles ruched skirt. White lace evening dress.
(22 m) 10. Carnival and Carnival Bonn the Prince guard dances on the marketplace and stormed the Town Hall.
Düsseldorf parade. with fatter order decorated figure on the car (it reflects order) Munich parade. Car "is it to be so beautiful a soldier" revival family life 1954th Mars probe for the first invasion to Mars. Prince and Princess and fools Cabinet.
Mainz parade. In 2 cups of giant puzzle 2 fools heads. German drinking songs on the road. Monkey sitting on the shoulder of the man. Hitler figure with a white flower in the buttonhole. Fools band marches. Rider.
Cologne Cathedral towers vary. German drinking songs of the people in front of the Cathedral. Europe soldier with German steel helmet. Flying saucers in the form of pots of the night turn. Carnival Prince on cars.
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Busch, Gundi; Adenauer, Konrad; Ben Arafa, Mohammed; Arndt, Rudi; Becker; Blücher, Franz; Czermak; Ehlers, Hermann; Erler, Fritz; Gerstenmaier, Eugen; Guillaume, Franz; Hallstein, Walter; Jäger; Meerkart von; Nagib; Nasser, Gamal Abdel; Nehru, Indira; Neumeier, John; Schmid, Carlo; Schröder, Gerhard
Sachindex Wochenschauen; Federal; Bundeswehr; Demonstrations; Ice skating; Domestic events; Carnival; Carnival; Medals, awards, honors; Travel; Ski, skiing, ski jumping; Skibike; Skijoring; sports audience, sports spectator; sports advertisement; 99.412 Deutsche week show GmbH: State visits (outside); Elections; Foreign policy events; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen; Fashion; 14 find book new German newsreel slow motion
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Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 214/1954
Die Zeit unter der Lupe (Other title)
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- Initial brand camera: Stoll Gundi Busch in the North Rhine-Westphalia Camera Hall: Rabanus Kurz exposed: Bonn: military debate camera: Stoll, reason Bavaria: ski patrol of police camera: Hafner, Koch France: Kleinstdüsenjäger origin: Pathé journal Jet carriage origin: Metro visit d. Sultan in Casablanca origin: Gaumont return General Naguib origin: Pathé journal Indian elections origin: Metro fashion: Dessès, Fath, carving, Clarence origin: Pathé journal Carnival and Carnival camera: Stoll, basic, strong, p, rabanus, cooking end brand
Gamal Abdel Nasser’s 100th Birthday (* January 15, 1918)
To his contemporaries Gamal Abdel Nasser was an Egyptian national hero, one of the greatest statesmen in the Arab world, and an idol to the entire third world—he makes his admirers believe that heteronomy, colonialism and backwardness can be eradicated.
The son of a post office clerk began his rebellion against the quasi-protectorate of the former colonial power Great Britain when he was an adolescent. After the defeat of the Arab-Israeli war, he finally finds like-minded people in the military. In 1952 they stage a revolt against the King Farouk and his regime. After the „July 23 Revolution“ the older General Naguib is elected president, while Nasser gets to head the revolutionary committee. A two-year power struggle between the men, regarding the future of the country, ensues. In the end Nasser comes out on top. In 1956 he is elected president. While he establishes an increasingly repressive system he also implements his revolutionary goals. He provides access to free education and free healthcare, he introduces a far-reaching land reforms, promotes his country’s industrialization, allows women’s suffrage and forms a powerful military.
In 1955 Nasser becomes one of the founding fathers of the Non-Aligned Movement. By establishing the United Arab Republic three years later he takes a step toward his vision of an Arab unity. In 1954 Nasser reaches an agreement with Great Britain, according to which they would withdraw their remaining troops from the Suez Canal Zone. The Suez crisis two years later is simultaneously a military defeat and a political victory for Nasser, making him the role model for international liberation movements for good. However, the Arab union falls apart in the 1960s, his use of poison gas in the war against Yemen evokes international critique and the 1967 Six-Day war against Israel turns out to be a disaster. Nasser never recovers from this defeat. He succumbs to a heart attack three years later.
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