Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 298/1955 14.10.1955
01 return of POWs train arriving at the station of Herleshausen. Red Cross Sisters provide the soldiers with food and drinks. Flowers are given. People on the street and at the Windows in Eschwege. Continue on the bus to Friedland. The camp Bell. Crowd waving the returning against. Carried signs with pictures of missing persons. Joy and hugs, silent mourning when others in the faces. Vice Chancellor Blücher speaks at ceremony. Interview: "the emblematic at this hour, that gives us hope for a good German future, thats I can welcome you here on behalf of the entire German people. We know your inner power, we know that you get them. We ask you that you carry on the spirit of camaraderie as a teacher of the small communities in which they live, in our people." Pan across the faces of the audience. Close-ups of the faces of the prisoners of war. Returnees speaks interview: "we are with pounding heart and tear-filled eyes in front of you. We don't be ashamed this tears. We have ten years not cried, not once, we also cry about it that is a former time behind us, we cry about it there so A lot of love and so A lot of loyalty, as we were experiencing today. Today when I as Commissioner of the 600 soldiers, which as last return from the great war, to speak in front of you, then this is the greatest honor for me, because these men who stand before you, have male bear a grave injustice." All pray the Lord's prayer with Bishop Lilje. All sing the Chorale "Now thank we all our God". Close-ups.
(130 m) 02 Salzburg: the last American troops from Austria the American Gen. Arnold walks down the front of his troops. Warm farewell to the population of the soldiers at the station. Waving at the departure of the train.
(18 m) 03. Morocco: Fierce fighting in the French colony of gunfire. Rise of the soldiers in the area. Aircraft in use against the rebellion of Berber tribes. Machine gun fire. Indigenous peoples arise. Dead and wounded carried on stretchers.
(17 m) 04. Paris: Russian dance group in the Palais Chaillot Russian dance group dancing Cossack dance and old Russian folk dances.
(36 m) 5th Nuremberg: German championship of the shooters inside the tube of a small-caliber rifle from the front and shot. Preparations for the shooters and bullet holes in the targets. Pistol shooting with rapid fire weapons.
(29 m) 6 Munster: jumping to the Grand Prize of North Rhine-Westphalia rider on the course. Horse racing against wall. Hans Günter Winkler rides a 0-error ride on scale and will be the winner. Audience clapping. Award ceremony. Hans Günter Winkler receives stylus. Handshake with rapid fire weapons.
(28 m) 07. Hamburg: Städtekampf of Warsaw - Hamburg 15-5 box amateur welterweight: Gong strike. European champion Drogosz defeated Oldenberg points. Fierce blow change leads to tight victory of Poland. Heavyweight: Walter defeated Wegrzyniak points. Gong beat. Westphal is superior boxing. Wegrzyniak posted kneels in the ring and is reeling in his corner. Referee counts. Wegrzyniak turns back to the fight. Westphal boxes hasty and WINS on points as the only German winner.
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Sachindex Wochenschauen; Boxes; Returnees, evacuees, Outlander; Horse riding, horse racing (without harness); Shooting; Sports details, fouls; Spoprt-Ehrungen; sports audience, sports spectator; Dance; Unrest; War, prisoners of war; hotspots; Crew; Sports honors; 14 find book new German newsreel slow motion
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Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 298/1955
Die Zeit unter der Lupe (Other title)
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- Title: Arrival of the first returnees camera: Stoll, strong, basic deduction of AMIS from Austria origin: Austria Morocco unrest origin: Pathé journal Russian Ballet origin: Pathé Journal sports: shooting camera: Rau hunting jumping in Münster camera: Essmann boxes: Warsaw-Hamburg camera: reason, rabanus final:
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