Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 332/1956 08.06.1956
01 Ebenhausen Munich: 10th anniversary of death of Gerhardt Hauptmann Margarete Hauptmann, 80 year old widow of Gerhardt Hauptmann, look at photos. Gerhardt Hauptmann seen photos. Unpublished recordings by Gerhardt Hauptmann in his home in Agnetendorf in the giant mountains. Gerhardt Hauptmann in his rocking chair in the den, close-up. Puts on glasses and reads o-ton: "you don't know you've been what, you don't know what you're healed, you're recovered from any suffering, and so will you also never die, but buy only live and live."
02. Moscow: State visit Tito armored train moves into station. on the station Bulganin, Khrushchev, children with flowers. Welcome from Tito and Dedi. Jubilation. 15s presents. Tito is out front of the stand. Front microphone, head of State reads Voroshilov welcome words. Among those present the resigned Foreign Minister Molotow. Wagon train ride through the city. Kremlin. The new Foreign Minister Dimitri Schepilow at the meeting. Tito, big, light cigarette itself.
03. unrest in Algeria, increased use of French troops of tanks in the area. Roads will be expanded. Tanks on narrow streets. Soldiers take prisoners.
04. Netherlands. Exercise of the frogmen Corps from helicopter jumps Frogman off into the water. Frogmen to jump the ship. Explosive charge is attached to the target object. Explosion. Salvage the frogmen by ship.
05. Dresden: 750 years Dresden cityscape. Town Hall. Monument to Augustus the strong. In addition to the square, whose Häuser were bombed, the again built kennel is available.
06. Cologne: Airshow flying Nations 4-propeller transport aircraft of Air France. Viewers facing upwards. Jet passenger aircraft. Galland, great. Aerobatic team. Albert Falderbaum aerobatics on a Bücker Jungmeister. Liesel Bach air on a KLEMM 35. The Englishman Goodwin at aerobatics on a hawker Hunter. Formation flights of Jet squadrons.
07. bad Segeberg: Training North German Mountaineer Mountaineer with rope to rock. Alpine Club members train on rocks.
08 Mexico: facade climbers on Cathedral wall climbs artist top of the building. Huge amount of viewers tracked the rise.
09 Stockholm: Election of Miss Europe applicants in the swimsuit and evening gown on the runway. Margit Nünke will be crowned Miss Europe and receives flowers and Cup.
10 Italy: police show police officers marching on and make characters by changing the formation.
11 adventure with Jupp Hussels and Walter Gross: the car against VW Beetle driving with headlights. Walter Gross goes right in the dark on the road. Haridas is left on the side of the road. Car comes and goes from behind close to gross over, which avoids and lands in the ditch. Both go well on the left side.
12 Indianapolis: car racing formula I judge waving flag. Cars on the track. Race car hurls against gang. New Carom car stays on track. Viewers jump. Race car driver jumps out of car and runs over the railway. Viewers behind bars. It wins Pat Flaherty. Winner is surrounded.
13 Berlin: Victoria 89 Berlin - Borussia Dortmund 0:6 70,000 spectators in the Olympic Stadium. Ranks of the Olympic Stadium of full of people. Viewers filling picture. Dortmund dictated the action. Kelbassa shoots the 1:0 male viewers standing with disappointed faces. Shot on goal 2:0 through Nipiklo. Viewer screen, still. Dortmund stormed freely before the opposing goal. A spectator, large. Half-time score 4:0. Kelbassa that 0 spectator cheers 5: shoot in the 59th minute. Goalkeeper keeps. Nipiklo shoots that claps 0 pretty spectator 6: enthusiastic.
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Bach, Liesel ; Bulganin ; Chruschtschow, Nikita ; Galland, Adolf ; Gross, Walter ; Hauptmann, Gerhard ; Hussels, Jupp ; Molotow, Andrej Wjadscheslaw ; Schepilow, Dimitri ; Tito, Josip ; Woroschilow ; Flaherty, Pat ; Goodwin ; Kelbassa ; Nipiklo
Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Monuments ; Railways ; Football ; motor sports ; Police ; Smoking ; Shipping ; beauty pageants ; Sports details, fouls ; sports audience, sports spectator ; sports facilities ; Blasting ; 99.412 Deutsche week show GmbH: State visits (outside) ; Townscapes: Germany ; Diving, diver ; Animals (except dogs) ; Unrest ; Buildings ; hotspots ; Military ; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen ; Architecture ; mountain climbing, mountaineering ; Anniversaries, Jubilees, birthdays ; Military ; 14 find book new German newsreel slow motion
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Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 332/1956
Die Zeit unter der Lupe (Other title)
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- Title: 10th anniversary of Gerhard Hauptmann origin: archive material (Bundesarchiv Koblenz) Tito in Moscow origin: Sowexport reinforced troops in Algeria origin: Pathé journal Dutch frogmen origin: Polygoon 750th birthday Dresden origin: DEFA Airshow of the Nations in Cologne camera: Essmann climbing school bad Segeberg facade climbers in Mexico origin: Mexico Miss Europe (Margit Nünke) origin: music police show in Italy origin: iNcom "The car against" sports: auto race in Indianapolis origin : Metro, paramount soccer: Borussia Dortmund-Berlin Viktoria 89 final
Gerhart Hauptmann’s 160th Birthday (* 15.11.1862)
Gerhart Hauptmann was one of the most important German playwrights on the threshold of the 20th century and one of the most important representatives of naturalism.
Born in Obersalzbrunn (now Szczawno-Zdrój) in Silesia on November 15, 1962, the son of an innkeeper first tried his hand at sculpture before turning to literature. After writing the novellas "Bahnwärter Thiel" and "Fasching", Hauptmann became famous overnight at the age of 27, thanks to the scandalous premiere of his first drama "Vor Sonnenaufgang" (Before Sunrise). In the following years he wrote important plays such as "Einsame Menschen" (Lonely People), "Der Biberpelz" (The Beaver Coat), "Fuhrmann Henschel" (Drayman Henschel) and "Rose Bernd". The highlight of his dramatic work, however, is the play "Die Weber" ("The Weavers"), which premiered in 1892. The play is about the Silesian weavers' uprising of 1844 and its social criticism caused a furore in the empire. 1911 saw the publication of "Die Ratten" (The Rats), a late naturalistic work and one of his most important contributions to the modern world theatre. Having already been awarded the Grillparzer Prize several times for his previous work, Hauptmann received the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1912.
After the end of World War I, he became an advocate of the Weimar Republic and advanced to become one of its most important literary representatives. Many intellectuals were disappointed in Hauptmann, as he remained in Germany after the National Socialists seized power while also refraining from making political statements. A large part of his works continued to be published, performed or filmed. During World War II, he wrote his late work, the "Atreus" tetralogy, which is interpreted as a portrait of the National Socialist era.
Hauptmann died on June 6, 1946, at his home in Agnieszków (present day Jagniatków) and was buried at Hiddensee. In addition to more than 40 dramas, he left behind five novels and eleven stories, several verse epics and numerous poems, as well as autobiographical writings, speeches and essays.