Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 445/1958 08.08.1958

Synopsis

01 Lebanon: President General Fuad Schehab will be military in the streets of Beirut. Soldiers drag a restricted area around the Parliament building. Before entering the Parliament building, men are examined for weapons. Members of Parliament cast vote. With 48 of 55 votes, General Fuad Schehab is elected head of State. Clapping. General Schehab large. Soldiers clapping.
(26 m) 02. Berlin: the new Quadriga - the old Berlin landmark in time breakdown from UFA 106/1 - here shorter: the Brandenburg Gate with the Quadriga and the Soviet flag after the destruction. Workers in a West Berlin Foundry for the production of the new figures for the old templates. Crane truck run great figures over the sector border for mounting to East Berlin. Bouquet is placed in hands of the figure. The horses of the winning car prior to installation.
(22 m) 03. Egypt: Inauguration of German iron ä and Smeltery of Nasser gets out of car, to initiate the iron - and steelworks Heluan. Nasser speaks before microphones and reveals tablet. The plant was built by a German company in 3 years. Red-hot iron. Blast furnace.
(24 m) 04. United States: the Hanseatic in New York the liner against the skyline of New York, welcomed by Fireworks boats, aircraft and ship sirens.
(12 m) 05. New York: mass baptism of 7000 witnesses Jehovah's close-ups of Jehovah's witnesses from around the world. Children go to the beach by Orchant Beach into the water. Mutual immersion.
(16 m) 06. India: flooding by monsoon rain Indians with screen wading through water. Road traffic in Bombay in the water. People with umbrellas. Auto injects a high water fountain.
(17 m) 07 Argentina: hurricane devastated the land Palm trees bend in the storm. Agitated sea. The Rio de la Plata occurs on its shores. Flooded homes and streets. Homeless people out on the street. (19 m) 08 Hamburg: wire rope artists the Ringelingtruppe artist tries to boot up with car on 2 wire ropes and overcome height of 30 m. Car loses left front profile and hangs. Artist gets out. Motorcycle runs spot on and brings back the artist. Then will be back towed car.
(39 m) 09 Kassel: Athletics - elimination fights with athletes from West and East Germany for European Championships viewers image filling on Auditorium. 3000 m steeplechase: start and run. Jump over the moat. Hans Hünnecke Wolfsburg, WINS with a new German record in 8 minutes 27.4 seconds. Run through the target with the 5th fastest time in the world. Audience clapping. Starter starts. 80 m hurdles women: Anneliese Karl, Munich, WINS in 11.2 seconds. Audience clapping. Anneliese Karl, great. 4 x 100 m relay: running the West German season with Lauer, Castle, fairy, Germar in 40.2 seconds a European year best time. Start, run, and season change. Fairy in the curve. As final Torchbearer, Manfred Germar runs out a significant lead.
(47 m) 10 Nürburgring: formula I race for the Grand Prix of Germany breakdown from UFA 106/13 - here shorter: car before the race. Stirling Moss is pushed into the car to start. Entrance to the Nürburgring. Peter Collins, who killed in an accident in this race, shaking hands with Toni Sailer. Start. Car on the track and in curves. It leads Stirling Moss on Vanwall, followed by Peter Collins and Mike Hawthorne on Ferrari, MOSS goes new hour record of 149.6 km/h. Then, Stirling Moss have excreting due to defect. Stirling Moss catches cigarette after leaving. Trips count's box with engine failure. Peter Collins, Mike Hawthorne and Tony Brooks on Vanwall fight at the top. Changing leadership. These are the final recordings by Peter Collins (No. 2) before his fatal accident. Mike Hawthorne must give up due to engine damage. Tony Brooks WINS in record time of 2 hours and 21 minutes. Tony Brooks drinking from thermos. Tony Brooks drinking from thermos. Tony Brooks with laurel wreath.
(51 m)

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Narration

Persons in the Film

Brooks, Toni; Burg; Nasser, Gamal Abdel; Seebohm; Schehab, Fuad; Collins, Peter; Fütterer, Heinz; Germar, Manfred; Hawthorn, Mike; Hünnecke, Hans; Karl, Anneliese; Lauer, Martin; Moss, Stirling; Sailer, Toni; Berghe von Trips

Places

Hamburg; France; Egypt; India; Argentina; Lebanon; United States; New York; Nürburgring; Kassel

Topics

Sachindex Wochenschauen; Monuments; Disasters; development aid; motor sports; Political events; Religious events; Shipping; Spoprt-Ehrungen; sports audience, sports spectator; Athletics, jogging, fun run; Military; Elections; Water; Architecture; Military; Sports honors; 14 find book new German newsreel slow motion

Type

Newsreel (G)

Genre

Weekly Newsreel

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Title:

Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 445/1958

Die Zeit unter der Lupe (Other title)

Country of Origin:
Federal Republic of Germany

Year of Production and/or Release

Date of Release:
08.08.1958
Year of Production:
1958

Credits

Origin:
Opening title: Elections in the Lebanon (General Schehab) origin: exposed vis news short: Quadrigatransport e.g. Brandenbg. Gate camera: Pahl's steel plant of Demag in Cairo origin: vis news "Hanseatic" in d. U.S. origin: Metro mass baptism by Jehovah's witnesses in N. York origin: Metro, Metro forces of nature: rainy season through Monsum in India origin: film Division Überschwemmg. Hurricane / Argent.
Origin: Sucesos car on wire rope (Ringeling troop) camera: Stoll, student of Athletics Ausscheidgs... Fighting/Kass. for European Championships in Stockholm camera: Pahl, Rieck Gr. price of Germany - Nürbg.-ring camera: Luppa, reason, students final mark:

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