Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 253/1954 03.12.1954

Synopsis

01 Hamburg: The first new Lufthansa airliners landing from Lufthansa aircraft. Propeller turns to machine is running out. Photographers, reporters. Brake pads are pushed under the wheel. Extends the staircase. Pilot in the cockpit. Airport Director welcomed the German pilots Mayr and flower, who had flown with the überführenden work crew of the Convair 340 aircraft quail. Interviews interview: "How was the flight?" "The flight was nice, and we had good weather." "How long have you used here?" "By... about 5 hours." "Did you have Schiebewind?" "Yes, we had some Schiebewind." "Look forward, to be back in Hamburg?" "Yes, I glad to be home." Interior shots of the aircraft. Cockpit instruments. Aircraft on the airfield.
(36 m) 02. London: 80th birthday of Winston Churchill his constituency can be large painting give Churchill his wife as a birthday present. Churchill kisses his wife. People clap. Close-up of Churchill. (13 m) 03 Washington: NATO Supreme Commander to discuss military hats of 14 NATO commander on wardrobe Board German rearmament. Conference of the military.
04. Federal Republic of (8 m): Youth Red Cross collects for the prisoners of war from trawlers be made packages. Poster: Help in the youth Red Cross. Kids Pack packages to prisoners of war.
(12 m) 05 Hamburg. Departure of 67 Australia emigrants Hamburg Airport. Expatriate families with children go to aircraft. Waving before departure by lagging behind. Aircraft start.
(12 m) 06. England: storm disaster off the British coast, breakwater beat on coast. Destroyed shore installations. Torn in two tankers of 20,000 tons of World Concord. Search plane. The fire ship South Goodwin driven on a sand bank.
(14 m) 07. New York: Jakob Malik is new Chief delegate of the USSR at the UN Jakob Malik on arrival at the airport in New York.
(5 m) 08. Formosa: Rotchinesischer attack on the destroyer of Taiping in the waters around the island of Formosa had been attacked the destroyer of Taiping. Dead and wounded soldiers on stretchers carried by boarding.
(10 m) 09 Donauwörth: maneuvers of the Federal Border Guard foreign military observers on the cards. Translation of rail vehicles over River. Landing with inflatable boats on shore. Drive tanks, soldiers in advance under protection of tanks. Defenders of guns. Rifle fire. Interior Minister Schröder as a maneuver observers. Weapons are dropped on parachutes.
(30 m) 10 Sweden: future dance dancers dancing with 2 partners.
(11 m) 11 Federal Republic. Man without bones Maxello Alhassan artist runs in case of road. Appearance of the "rubber people" Bensch. Turn legs, twisting of limbs. Running in case train station.
(32 m) 12 France: artist Mathieu painter Mathieu splattered canvas klecksend with color.
(14 m) 13. Unterjoch / Allgäu: training of Bavarian combination skiers training with Heinz Hauser and Helmut Böck. Fitness training. Jump with Federsprungbrett. Football training match. Cross-country skiing without ski poles under direction of the Norwegian gunder Gundersen. Departure. Jumping Hill.
(31 m) 14th special service: football England Germany 3-1 London: viewers image filling in the Wembley Stadium. German attack. Uwe Seeler before the English goal. Goalkeeper fends off ball. Spectators close to half. England storms with Matthews. Shot at the misses. Oarade goalie Herkenra Stanleigh Matthews front of the German goal. Kant throws himself in the flank. In the 27th minute England shoots the 1:0 2nd half: viewers, full-screen. Corner for England. Superior of the English game. Safe chance is not transformed. England 2:0 England shoots players front of the German goal in the 48th minute. German counterattacks resulted in the goal 2:1. Soon shoots England 3: go 1 players from the course.

Origin / Type of content

Narration

Persons in the Film

Böck, Helmut; Bensch, Maxello; Blume, Jochen; Churchill, Winston; Guillaume, Franz; Malik, Jakob; Mathieu, Georges; Mayr, Anneliese; Schröder, Gerhard; Wachtel; Gundersen, Gunder; Hauser, Heinz; Herkenrath, Fritz; Kohlmeier; Matthews, Stanleigh; Seeler, Uwe

Places

Federal Republic; Hamburg; Washington; Donauwörth; New York; London; England; Copenhagen; France; Canada; Formosa; Sweden; Unterjoch / Allgäu; Unterjoch

Topics

Sachindex Wochenschauen; Federal; Bundeswehr; Hats, caps and hats; Disasters; Children; Emigrants; Football; Radar; Shipping; Ski, skiing, ski jumping; Skibike; Skijoring; sports audience, sports spectator; sports facilities; Dance; UN; Unrest; automotive engineering, automotive; automotive industry; War, prisoners of war; hotspots; Art; Military events; Welfare, aid agencies, care; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen; NATO; Architecture; Emigrants; Anniversaries, Jubilees, birthdays; 14 find book new German newsreel slow motion

Type

Newsreel (G)

Genre

Weekly Newsreel

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Title:

Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 253/1954

Die Zeit unter der Lupe (Other title)

Country of Origin:
Federal Republic of Germany

Year of Production and/or Release

Date of Release:
03.12.1954
Year of Production:
1954

Credits

Origin:
Title: Lufthansa camera: Stoll headline: Churchill's 80th birthday origin: Pathé news heads of NATO origin: Metro Red Cross action camera: Essmann emigrants camera: Luppa storm over England origin: Pathé news Malik origin: Metro Formosa destroyer origin: Metro border maneuver camera: Kang Ernst page dance three origin: N. Contortionist camera: Rau artist Mathieu origin: Pathé journal ski training camera: Hafner final

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