Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 436/1958 06.06.1958
1 Friedland: homecoming German nationals from the USSR fried country Bell ringing. Transports from the Soviet Union and the former Eastern German regions bring ethnic Germans. Registration upon arrival. Faces, great. Babies are provided. Red Cross nurses with small children. Old people. Children on carousel.
(43 m) 2 Canada: State visit Heuss airport Quebec. Heuss is welcomed at the airport. Stepping off the front of the stand. The mascot of the troop, a small goat, Heuss visited the Niagara falls. Accompany Minister of Foreign Affairs of Brentano. The Niagara Falls, great.
(32 m) 03 France: de Gaulle came to power people during procession with banners Vive de Gaulle and Vive la Republique. Counter protesters. Review 1945: de Gaulle as Savior de nation upon the arrival in Paris. President Coty asked de Gaulle with the formation of a new Government. The National Assembly confirmed de Gaulle as Prime Minister.
(31 m) 04. Hamburg: parking problem and city bus traffic sign forest: one-way street, parking is prohibited, link be bending ban. Motorists park their vehicles in parking lots on the outskirts of the city and bus in the city. Arrival on the market of the Town Hall.
(28 m) 05. Berlin: poodle race of white poodle wearing handbag of his mistress. Poodle to be done in the starting gate and run when you let out behind masters and mistresses here. Award ceremony.
(22 m) 6th Studio mirror: and nothing but the truth and portrait of Marianne Koch Marianne Koch during filming of the Bavaria film and nothing but the truth. Close-ups. Marianne Koch as a water skier on the Starnberger See Lake. The motor boat her husband.
(25 m) 07. Hamburg: European Boxing Championships at light heavyweight: Willi Hoepner - Calzavara / Italy as defending champion Calzavara is Very much violently attacking. Hoepner boxes on the defensive, gets hit. The Gong of the 1st round Hoepner saves her from the precipitation. Then attacking Hoepner and collect points. Excited spectator, large. In the 6. Round Calzavara is disqualified due to head-butt. New European champion Willi Hoepner with wreath.
(31 m) 08 Hamburg: training the national team before the World Cup in Stockholm Stockholm's cityscape and Stadium. On the HSV sports ground training of gymnastics with Sepp Herberger. Running training. Fritz Herberger, big. Ride around train to Großenbrode. The fans on the stations accumulate outside the train window. Card game. Honorary captain Fritz Walter in the train. Ferry Germany! Ramp of the ferry. Looking back 1954: Final in Berlin: Germany is world champion after 0:2 3:2 Sepp Herberger actuality: "Now it's just, that even the modicum of luck happen to have success in Sweden" Cup size.
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Sachindex Wochenschauen; Boxes; Bells; Returnees, evacuees, Outlander; filmmaking; Football; Political events; Portraits; Reviews; Spoprt-Ehrungen; sports audience, sports spectator; sporting events; Animals (except dogs); automotive engineering, automotive; automotive industry; Military; Transport: General; Foreign policy events; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen; Military; Sports honors; 14 find book new German newsreel slow motion
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Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 436/1958
Die Zeit unter der Lupe (Other title)
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- Opening title: Russia returnees in Friedland camera: Salia Heuß in Canada camera: Luppa de Gaulle came to power origin: Gaumont, Pathé journal city buses in Hamburg camera: rough run in Berlin poodle - camera: Jansen M. Koch actor portrait camera: Rau boxes: Hoepner Calzavara, Hamburg camera: Stoll, Katzke football Vorbereitg. f. Sweden camera: Stoll, Seib old football game, Bern origin: Archive end title:
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