Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 454/1958 10.10.1958

Synopsis

01. the 5th Republic - 150 years of France image: Storming of the Bastille. Napoleon ended the 1st Republic. 1848: 2. Republic of 1870: 3rd Republic. Poincaré decreases parade. Laval and Briand in Berlin. Flandin, Léon Blum. 1938: Daladier closes Munich Agreement. People cheering. The last parade of the 3rd Republic. Petain ruled by Hitler's grace. 1944: The indentation of de Gaulle in Paris. Beginning of the 4th Republic with 44 cabinets. Robert Schuman, René Plevan, Antoine Pinay, Joseph Laniel. First Indochina war. Mendès France ended the war. French flag is obtained. Graves. Unrest in Algeria. Gaillard and Pfimlin won't make the solving of this problem. 1958: the Republic of 5. New Constitution de Gaulle is sealed. De Gaulle is cheered on tour through France.
(69 m) 02. Berlin: the Bundestag in Berlin breakdown from UFA 115/3: Memorial of German Division. Barbed wire. Adenauer in West Berlin. Visit to a refugee camp. Watchtowers. Broken bridge over the river Saale. Blocked road. Vopos patrol. Looking through binoculars. Death strip. Border on broken rails. Boys fly kites over border. The Bundestag is in session in Berlin. Arrival Ehrard, Ollenhauer, Gerstenmaier. Speakers. The Cabinet. (Demand the unification of Germany according to free will decision.)
(12 m) 03 Brussels: Adenauer visited world exhibition Adenauer visited Pavilion of the Federal Republic. Reception at King Baudouin in the City Castle. Adenauer and Baudouin in front of Castle.
(15 m) 04. England: jet airliner Comet IV on Atlantic route jetliner Comet IV passed after test flights of the transport company. Settings of part of. Cost: 17 million marks. Start. Atlantic crossing in 6 hours and 12 minutes. Passengers. Stewardeß. Comet IV above the clouds.
(15 m) 05. Switzerland: steel mill as a junkyard motor vehicles chromblitzend from exhibition and car cemetery. Machine break presses the body packages. Blast furnace. Cast steel is shaped to turbine shaft.
(21 m) 06. Japan: Typhoon IDA waves beat against the shore. Floods. Destroyed houses. Destroyed rice crops. Dead recovered. Homeless people without emergency quarters. Laying out the dead.
(26 m) 07. United States: fish farm with rice harvest from ponds in net fish. Rice on the damp fields will be seeded with aircraft.
(20 m) 08 Stuttgart: betting plowing to the Championship Trek drive to start. Lahiri on Trek. Kick-off. Betting plowing for the world title. Be straight furrows. Measurement of depth. Goodwin, England receives the Golden plough as the winner.
(24 m) 09 Saarbrücken: Athletics international Germany - Hungary match kick-off: 200 m run: Manfred Germar WINS at 21.2 sec. before Lauer. Shot put: Lignau joins 17.25 m ZL, and WINS. Hammer throw: It wins Zsivotzky 62.07 m ZL. Discus throw: It wins with 55,07 m ZL Szécsény. High jump: Theo Püll won with German record of 2.07 m ZL. Spectators clap screen. 4 x 100 m relay: run Germar Feneberg, Lauer, fairy, for Germany and win in 40.3 sec. Start and change, and finish. Viewers filling picture. Award ceremony.
(54 m) 10 Berlin: European Championships in Middleweight boxing: Bubi Scholz defeated defending champion Charles Humez by technical k.o. breakdown from UFA 115/13: hard hit Exchange. Scholz is attacking. Willy Brand and wife Ruth as a great spectator. Let the forces of humez. Humez fights weaker. Humez gives up after a hard battle in the 12th round. Bubi Scholz with laurel wreath. Max Schmeling as a spectator, large. Bubi Scholz with wife Helga in cosmetics shop o-ton: "the European Championship is now over. On a new one!"
(39 m)

Origin / Type of content

Narration

Persons in the Film

Adenauer, Konrad; Baudouin I. von Belgien; Blum, Leon; Brandt, Willy; Briand, Aristide; Daladier, Edouard; Erhard, Ludwig; Flandin, Pierre; Gaillard, Felix; Gaulle de, Charles; Gerstenmaier, Eugen; Goodwin; Laniel, Joseph; Laval, Pierre; Lübke, Heinrich; Mendes-France, Pierre; Ollenhauer, Erich; Petain; Pfimlin; Pinay, Antoine; Pleven, René; Poincaré, Raymond; Schuman, Robert; Fütterer, Heinz; Germar, Manfred; Feneberg; Humez, Charles; Lauer, Martin; Lingnau, Herman; Püll, Theo; Szecseny; Schmeling, Max; Scholz, Gustav; Zsivotzky

Places

Brussels; Cologne; United States; England; Japan; Switzerland; France; Warsaw; Berlin; Stuttgart; Saarbrücken; Rhöndorf; Aachen

Topics

Sachindex Wochenschauen; Boxes; Disasters; Fishing; fishing; Political events; Reviews; Spoprt-Ehrungen; sports audience, sports spectator; automotive engineering, automotive; automotive industry; Athletics, jogging, fun run; Competitions; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen; Exhibitions; Fisheries; Sports honors; 14 find book new German newsreel slow motion

Type

Newsreel (G)

Genre

Weekly Newsreel

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Title:

Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 454/1958

Die Zeit unter der Lupe (Other title)

Country of Origin:
Federal Republic of Germany

Year of Production and/or Release

Date of Release:
10.10.1958
Year of Production:
1958

Credits

Origin:
Initial title: 5th Republic France & history review d. origin: Pathé journal, Eclair, archive material Bundestag session in Berlin camera: Pahl Adenauer Brussels origin: Belgavox transatlantic flight of the "Comat" IV origin: Pathé News Swiss "Junkyard" origin: Cine journal Typhoon "Ida" in Japan origin: Asahi news rice fields with fish farming U S A origin: Metro World Championship in ploughing/Stuttgt.
Camera: Hafner Athletics Deutschld.-Hungary in Saarbrücken camera: Basic, Luppa, strong boxes: B. Scholz - Charles humez / Berlin camera: Pahl, Jansen end title:

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