Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 262/1955 04.02.1955
1 Frankfurt: Rally of opponents of rearmament in St. Paul's Church: "German manifesto" St. Paul's Church. Participants of the rally close to half. At the lectern Georg Reuter. Interview: "I see serious dangers for the peaceful and democratic order, if we the pretext To give Soviet Russia through rearmament, continue to dominate a part of our people and other parts of our country. I thank you." Professor Helmut Gollwitzer. Actuality: "only the restlessness of the Germans can convince the occupying powers of that a regulation of the European problems is impossible without the German re-unification in freedom. In this respect is our today's action also not against the Federal Government. She understand their tasks right, then she can make something from this unrest and opposition." The audience clapping. Erich Ollenhauer actuality: "all that has to judge us, ladies and gentlemen, that prompted this event, to ask about all divisive, a last urgent appeal before the decisive discussions on our people, our Parliament and our Government, to follow the unanimous decisions of the Parliament, to consider the policy of reunification of Germany as the most urgent task and to make yet another attempt before the ratification of the treaties through negotiations with the Soviet Union a free and peaceful solution to the German problem cause. Ladies and gentlemen, if you agree on this will with us, then I ask you to To want To give your consent to the present manifest by hands." Everyone raise their hands. Intermediate cuts at the speeches of politicians in a close-up, among others: Buergermeisterbrauer, Präsident von Niedersachsen Hinrich Kopf, Mayor of Frankfurt Kolb, Gustav Heinemann, Carlo Schmid.
(59 m) 02 Berlin: 71st birthday of Theodor Heuss Heuss walks, followed by Sanya and companions in work Siemens and talks production sound for the workers: "... but has the knowledge of each other dependency being Germany out of this terrible situation - well, I'm not saying"saved"- da swell still threats - but a basis for confidence to the German people without foreign talk has arisen in Germany again." In addition to Heuss, Willy Brandt standing next to the lectern. Suhr. Interview: "he cheers for high, high!" Workers congratulate and present flowers.
(29 m) 03. India: inauguration of a German coke plant in Sindri the Indian economy Minister a German coke plant. Settings of the work conducted by German engineers built. Giant coke oven burn.
(16 m) 04. London: departure of Princess Margaret in the Caribbean Queen Elisabeth, Queen Mother Elizabeth, Princess Margaret go to aircraft. Crowd at the airfield. Margaret goes up stairs. After the farewell, Queen Elisabeth, Queen Mother and Prince Philip the plane leave. Margaret waving at the plane door.
(14 m) 05. Munich: protest the former field marshal Schörner people on the train station go after release from Russian captivity. Train shield Munich Regensburg Court. Demonstrators waiting in vain. House of beautiful. Reporter interviewed passersby in front of the House.
(18 m) 6 England: rescue helicopter for shipwrecked rescue helicopter launches with special network, which will be lowered over the water. Castaway is recovered in the network.
(15 m) 07 Italy: curious inventions a) feathered movement: two Canaries in cage jump bar for bar on himself while frame and thus raise the movement. (b) multi purpose paper: books are printed on toilet rolls. Man reading goes beyond road with rolled up paper band behind him and boards a tram. Strips of paper hanging from window. On the doors of hotel-WC BB´s there in-service reading is specified. Man sits on cloths reads, wrapped in paper.
(11 m) Federal Republic of 08: a Brazilian dance group dancers and dancers of the Brazilian group dancing to the sound of drums an ancient religious dance.
(32 m) 9th St. Moritz: Winter Wonderland in the Engadine of resort hotels in St. Moritz. Tourists sit in the Sun in the coffee garden. Figure skater spinning Pirouette. Curling and Skijoring behind galloping horses. Four-man World Championship: preparation of the bobsled run. Growth of the runners of the bobs. Start by Bob Germany II with clamp, Nirschel, Henn, Koller "Germany". You will be 3 behind the two Swiss bobs Switzerland II with Franz Kapus from Switzerland I with Fritz Feierabend. Race the world champion of Switzerland II. (60 m)
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Brandt, Willy; Brauer, Max; Elizabeth von England; Elisabeth II. von England; Gollwitzer, Helmut; Heinemann, Gustav; Heuss, Theodor; Kolb; Kopf, Hinrich; Krishna Machari, T. T.; Margaret von England; Ollenhauer, Erich; Philip Mountbatten von Edinboroug; Reuter, Georg; Suhr, Otto; Schörner; Still, Karl Friedrich; Wiedmann, Ulrich; Feierabend, Fritz; Henn; Kapus, Franz; Koller; Nirschel; Schelle, Franz
Sachindex Wochenschauen; Federal; Bundeswehr; Demonstrations; Railways; development aid; Leisure, recreation; Political events; Skibike; Sports details, fouls; 99.412 Deutsche week show GmbH: State visits (outside); Curiosities; Holiday; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen; Anniversaries, Jubilees, birthdays; 14 find book new German newsreel slow motion
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Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 262/1955
Die Zeit unter der Lupe (Other title)
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- Title: St. Paul's Church, manifest camera: strong, Stoll Berlin: Heuss visited AEG camera: Pahl, Jansen Ind. Coking plant origin: India Margret Rose origin: Pathe news of Saeed camera: Rau helicopter - rescue origin: Pathe news bird cage as a clockwork origin: iNcom paper rolls origin: iNcom bras. Dance group meeting St. Moritz origin: Cine journal final
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