Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 385/1957 14.06.1957

Synopsis

01 Mittenwald: inauguration of a fallen Ehrenmales monument on the high Brendten to honour the fallen of both world wars Gebirgsjäger. 30,000 infantry at the inauguration. Wreath-laying ceremony. Military Bishop of the Bundeswehr Cardinal Wendel dedicates the monument.

02. Berlin: funeral for Louise Schröder breakdown from UFA 46/1: Berlin flag with black armbands. Review: Louise Schröder speaks, great. Lying in State. Police officers in addition to the coffin. Crowd. State funeral before the Schöneberg Town Hall. Crying people. Mountains of wreaths. Ollenhauer and Carlo Schmid's funeral. Funeral procession through Berlin (here somewhat shorter).

03. Finland: State visit of Bulganin and Chruschtschow Bulganin and Khrushchev get off train and will be greeted by President Sukselainen. Stepping off the front of the stand. Feast in the Palace of Kekkonen.

04. North Korea: State visit of Polish Prime Minister Cyrankiewicz crowd cheering and waving flags. Cyrankiewicz waving from balconies. Children bring flowers: Cyrankiewicz dances with young people in the district.

05. West point: cadets get commissioned onslaught of cadets. Cadets get their patent officer. Hats are thrown up.

06. Netherlands: Dangerous launched which champagne bottle shatters Jacob Verolme at the bow. Ship glides from the slipway in narrow river. Cameraman ashore flees as dude of the vessel nears the shores and is led by anchor chains at an angle to the side.

07. Schloß Salem: Wedding of Prince Tomislav of Yugoslavia Princess Margarita von Baden couple leaving the Church. Prince Philip Edinburgh goes with his mother in the wedding procession. In the interview Queen Friederike of Greece and Princess Sophie. Historical Schwertles dance is performed. Newlyweds at the Castle window.

08 Lausanne: 12 year old boy with animal hobby in his home stroking little monkey boy, Parrot feeding skunks in the kitchen. Ferret runs under Cabinet. Grass Snake is taken out of box and hung around. Chameleon is fed.

9th Warsaw: Athletics competition hurdles, long jump, Javelin throw. 400 m run: start and run. Swatowski / Poland, WINS ahead of Horst Huber, Hannover. Swatowski and Huber, great. Javelin: Sampson / Poland, throws new year highs with 82,98 m. Shot put: Hermann Lingnau encounters 17.08 m and WINS. Lancaster wipe face with towel.

10 Epsom Derby bookmakers. Lead ring. Arrival Elizabeth II. men with gray cylinders, Elizabeth and Margaret to the official gallery, great. Starter home. 22 horses in the race. White poodle on arm of a spectator. Running straight. In the Sprint favorite Crepello advancing from behind and WINS under Lester Piggot.

11 Hannover: Borussia Dortmund 1. FC Kaiserslautern 3:2 gameplay footage. Half total viewers. Kaiserslautern shoots Späth 1:0 viewers image filling in the 9th minute through. Viewers smokes great. Kelbassa beheads flank of Kapitulski to compensate for Dortmund a 1-1. Viewers filling picture. Transparent. Flags. 2 half-time: Dortmund storms. Feet. In the 63rd minute, Preissler shoots it 2-1 for Dortmund. Viewers filling picture. Kaiserslautern stormed with Fritz Walter. Goalkeeper saves by goalkeeper Kwiatkowski. Fat man with hat. Audience with cigar, great. Excitement. Kapitulski shoots the 3:1 for Dortmund. A minute later goal 3:2 by Fritz Walter. Players and spectators cheer. Players and spectators from the square go after the game. Fritz Walter, great.

Origin / Type of content

Narration

Persons in the Film

Bulganin; Chruschtschow, Nikita; Cyrankiewicz; Elisabeth II. von England; Friederike von Griechenland; Kekkonen; Margaret von England; Margarita von Baden; Ollenhauer, Erich; Philip Mountbatten von Edinboroug; Sophie von Griechenland; Sukselainen; Schröder, Luise; Tomislav von Jugoslawien; Wendel, Joseph; Huber, Horst; Kapitulski; Kelbassa; Kwiatkowski; Lingnau, Herman; Piggot, Lester; Preissler; Sidlo, Januß; Späth, Lothar; Swatowski; Walter, Fritz

Places

Mittenwald; Schloß Salem; Netherlands; North Korea; Lausanne; Finland; Salem; Berlin; West point; Epsom; Hanover; Warsaw; Helsinki; Schloss Salem

Topics

Sachindex Wochenschauen; Federal; Bundeswehr; Monuments; Higher education; cameramen, cameramen; Children; Football; Photographers; Horse riding, horse racing (without harness); Religious events; Shipping; Sports details, fouls; sports audience, sports spectator; Dance; Animals (except dogs); Deaths, funerals; wreath stoppages; Athletics, jogging, fun run; Military; Military events; Engagement; Foreign policy events; Military; 14 find book new German newsreel slow motion

Type

Newsreel (G)

Genre

Weekly Newsreel

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Title:

Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 385/1957

Die Zeit unter der Lupe (Other title)

Country of Origin:
Federal Republic of Germany

Year of Production and/or Release

Date of Release:
14.06.1957
Year of Production:
1957

Credits

Origin:
Title brand: Inauguration Memorial Mittenw.
Camera: Hafner funeral for Louise Schroeder camera: Pahl Bulganin & Khrushchev i. Helsinki origin: Filmveli Cyrankiewicz in Korea origin: Polkronika Military Academy West point origin: Metro stack running on narrow waterway origin: Polygoon Prince wedding Schloß Salem / soil.
Origin: Fingado private Zoo of Lausanne young origin: Cine journal Kusocinski Athletics Warsaw origin: Polkronika Crepello WINS in the Epsom - Derby 1957 origin: Pathe news Fu. Borussia Dortmund / 1 FC Emperor according to camera: Stoll, Luppa, Seib, students final mark:

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