Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 449/1958 05.09.1958
01 Geneva: nuclear Conference on the peaceful use of nuclear energy Conference Hall. It says UN Secretary General Dag Hammerskjöld actuality (from 66 Nations to make work accessible peace). Clapping.
(15 m) 2 France: sabotage of the Algerian underground movement de Gaulle during his trip through the French colonies with outstretched arms (the black crusade). Driving in the car through rows of cheering people. Inferno in France by sabotage of the Algerian underground movement. Evacuation of the population in Massenquartiere. Military guarded industrial plants.
(33 m) 3rd Italy: Prime Minister Fanfani visited Adenauer at his resort reporters awaiting the arrival of Fanfanis. Adenauer welcomes Fanfani in Cadenabbia. As a guest gift, Fanfani presented a cross in Crystal. Photographers. Handshake. Panoramic view over the Lake of Como.
(17 m) 04. Farnborough: Airshow propeller aircraft flying. Transport Jet. Jet fighter. Shots above the clouds. Loops. (48 m) 05 Australia: British rocket Bloodhound firing of rocket test site. Missile hits remote research aircraft. Explosion.
(16 m) 6 England: woman without arms to master their lives an Englishwoman who lives from birth without arms, with her large family with husband and 7 children. With feet dragging her child, irons, sewing, takes cigarette and puts it, smokes and drinks of coffee cup.
(45 m) 7th Baden-Baden: horse racing Grand Prix elegant women on the Racecourse. Classic Car Parade. Parade of beautiful sports car. Horses in the lead ring. Elegant audience. Start of 14 horses. First mate under Hein Bollow goes into the lead. In the HomeStretch, the French Mare Dushka forges ahead and WINS with 2 1/2 lengths. Paul Henckels WINS great through binoculars. Aristide Cucu great Jockey.
(42 m) 08 England: Marathon swim across the channel swimmers and float soaping up. Kick-off. 30 swimmers going to the track, 6 goal. Boats and helicopters. Greta Anderson / United States goes after 11 hours as 1 on land. Greta Anderson with Cup size. Win bonus 13,000 mark.
(29 m) 09 Holland: sailing regatta on the Frisian Lakes sailing boats in a regatta on the sea. Strong breeze. Turning manoeuvres.
(15 m) 10 Reims: World Championship of road riders of the amateurs cyclists on the circuit in the town and on the road. Lead the Italian Martini, Trape and Venturelli, followed by Paulissen, Belgium, shearing or Leipzig. 150 m from the finish through Sprint Schur and Paulissen Italians. New WINS with tire strength before Paulissen. Schur waving as the winner.
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Anderson, Greta ; Bollow, Hein ; Adenauer, Konrad ; Fanfani, Amintore ; Gaulle de, Charles ; Hammarskjöld, Dag ; Henckels, Paul ; Cucu, Aristide ; Martini ; Paulissen ; Schur, Täve ; Trape ; Venturelli
Sachindex Wochenschauen ; art jumping ; cycling, cycle ball ; Rockets ; Horse riding, horse racing (without harness) ; Satellite ; Swimming ; Sailing ; suicides ; Spoprt-Ehrungen ; sports audience, sports spectator ; diving ; UN ; People ; space ; Foreign policy events ; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen ; Atom ; Assassinations ; Sports honors ; 14 find book new German newsreel slow motion
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Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 449/1958
Die Zeit unter der Lupe (Other title)
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- Federal Republic of Germany
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- Opening title: nuclear Conference in Geneva origin: Cine journal Algerian sabotages in France origin: Eclair holiday Adenauer in Italy and visit Fanfani origin: iNcom Farnborough, Airshow origin: vis news Bloodhound missile over Australia origin: Pathe news armless English housewife origin: Pathe news Gr. Paris of Baden-Baden camera: Basic, Stoll, strong American Kanalschwimmerin Greta Anderson origin: Pathe news Holl. Sailing regatta on fries. Lakes origin: road Radweltmeistersch. the road rider in France origin: Eclair end title:
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