Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 281/1955 17.06.1955
01. the disaster of Le Mans - 80 dead and over 100 injured in the worst disaster in the history of racing breakdown from WIB 155/7: start the formula I cars. Car on the race track and when cornering. Two flying cars forcing the French driver Levegh (No. 20) on Mercedes to brake. There he follows with the Englishman Macklin clash. The Mercedes racing such as floor in the audience. Horror. Sea of flames. Viewers panic. People flee. Cars drive past crash site. With flags, they are to prompted slow driving. Explosions. Helper cover dead with blankets - rescue vehicles. Brigades. Salvage of dead and injured. The race continues. Mercedes takes his car out of the race.
(67 m) 02 Bonn: Adenauer interview before leaving for the United States Adenauer at the airfield are journalists interview interview: "I will see the President Eisenhower, the Dulles Secretary of State. On the flight back I'll talk then Prime Minister Eden, and I hope to be safely back here today in eight days."-"Mr. Chancellor, in all these discussions sure also your next travel will play a role?"-"My next trip will be by Rhöndorf to Bonn." General laughter. Propellers rotate. Adenauer waving at the plane door. By Brentano on the airfield. Airplane door closes.
(19 m) 03 Prague: Nehru visited Prime Minister Siroky Nehru comes down the stairs and is welcomed by Prime Minister Siroky. People clap. Greetings from an open car. Nehru receives flowers reached. People wave at him. Nehru and Siroky in the conversation.
(18 m) 04 Brussels: return King Baudouin from Africa Baudouin of stairs and is welcomed. People wave. Children give flowers. Ride through the city. People umdrängen the car. Guard soldiers on horseback accompany the car.
(19 m) 05. Trier: annual meeting of the Max Planck Society the Porta Negra. Scientists at round table in conversation. Close-ups of the Nobel laureate Richard Kuhn, chemistry, and Otto Warburg, medicine. Adolf Butenandt, Nobel Prize in chemistry 1939 and Otto Hahn, Nobel Prize in chemistry of 1944 Max von Laue, Nobel Prize for physics.
(15 m) 06. Bad Godesberg: student ceremonial drinking session in the District of Schaumburg students parade through the town. Transparent: Welcome welcome of old boy glory. Relatives of student fraternities actuality: "Silencium - the most solemn Epicanthus rise Oh old boy glory." Students sing, toast to, drink beer and get on the chairs.
(22 m) 07 Baden-Baden: election of Miss Germany 1955 applicants of the pageant company clothes and bathing dress on the catwalk. Male viewers, large, older vintage. Winner Margit Nünke from Cologne at the award ceremony.
(18 m) 08. To the German football championship in Cologne: SV sod in gene - HSV 1:1 game scenes. Viewers with a rain hood. Tumultuous scenes at two gates. Mallet beheads, fends off the goalkeeper, Uwe Seeler 1-0 for the HSV achieved in the margin. Spectators jumping up and cheering. In the 2nd half, storming sod in gene and achieve balance in the 48th minute. Goalkeeper Schnoor missed the ball. HSV striker before the gate. Succeed in a shot on goal. Viewers with a handkerchief on his head, large, shaking his head. Players go from the square, enter something as both with this result in favor of the 1 missed FC Kaiserslautern against red white food.
(33 m) 09 Hamburg: International Festival of swimming diving men: Jochen Ulrich and Ewald win bitterly, Dresden. Stopwatch, great. 100 m crawl ladies: start, swimming and turning. In the final sprint, Birgit Klomp WINS in the 1.09 100 m Dolphin men: start, turn. Tumpek, Hungary, WINS in 1.04,3.
(38 m) 10 Dortmund: heavyweight boxing for the European Soccer Championship: Gerhard Hecht defeated Willi Hoepner knockout blow change. Hoepner, attacks and fighting superior. As a spectator NAT Fleischer, Publisher of the rankings of boxers, United States, large. In the third round, Hoepner applies fully and Pike goes down. Referee counts. Pike kneels and turns at 9 back to the fight. Trouble comes Pike round and fends off Hoepners attacks. In the course of the fight, Pike strikes safer and ends up hit. In the thirteenth round, Hoepner goes a hit to the ground and will be counted. Among the spectators clap Heinz Neuhaus. Gerhard Hecht as the winner in the ring. Nadja Tiller claps, great. Gerhard Hecht, with laurel wreath in addition to Willi Hoepner in the ring.
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Bitterlich, Ewald ; Adenauer, Konrad ; Baudouin I. von Belgien ; Brentano von, Heinrich ; Butenandt, Adolf ; Hahn, Otto ; Kuhn, Richard ; Laue von, Max ; Nehru, Indira ; Nünke, Margit ; Siroky ; Tiller, Nadja ; Warburg, Otto ; Fleischer, Nat ; Hecht, Gerhard ; Hoepner, Willy ; Klomp, Birgit ; Levegh ; Macklin ; Neuhaus, Heinz ; Seeler, Uwe ; Schlegel ; Schnoor, Horst ; Tumpek ; Ullrich, Jochen
Trier ; Bonn ; Prague ; Brussels ; Bad Godesberg ; Hamburg ; Baden ; Baden-Baden ; Le Mans ; Dortmund ; Cologne
Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Boxes ; Higher education ; Interviews ; Disasters ; Research ; Football ; art jumping ; motor sports ; beauty pageants ; Swimming ; Sports details, fouls ; Spoprt-Ehrungen ; sports audience, sports spectator ; 99.412 Deutsche week show GmbH: State visits (outside) ; Technology ; diving ; Buildings ; People ; Science ; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen ; Sports honors ; Technology ; 14 find book new German newsreel slow motion
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Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 281/1955
Die Zeit unter der Lupe (Other title)
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- Title: Le Mans origin: Pathé journal, Gaumont departure Adenauer after United States camera: Basic, Stoll visit Nehru in Prague origin: DEFA Baudouin returns from Africa origin: Belgavox Nobel Laureate i. Trier camera: strong fraternities camera: reason, Essmann Miss Germany camera: strong sports soccer: SV sod in gene HSV camera: base, Seib, Stoll swimming camera: Luppa, Blagona boxes: Pike Hoepner camera: Essmann, rough final
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