Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 544/1960 01.07.1960
01-modern art and art of the middle ages. Exhibitions in Hamburg and Munich exhibition "Bavarian piety - 1400 years Christian Bavaria". Old Heiligen-representations. Representation of the crucifix Gothic, Romanesque and kitsch. Madonnas. Sculptures by Henry Moore: "This" by Henry Moore (58 m) 02 Bonn: visiting President Frondizi, Argentina train is in the station. Frondizi and wife welcome Federal President Lübke and Wilhelmine Lübke. Welcome by Adenauer and Gerstenmaier.
(10 m) of 3 Holland: visit of Israeli President Ben-Gurion Jewish flag blows. Ben Gurion, great. Ben Gurion in addition to Queen Juliana at Palace Soestdijk. Ben-Gurion visited the Portuguese synagogue, and is welcomed by the Jewish community.
(10 m) 04. Yugoslavia: visit Nasser Nasser and Tito, toast is great, with women on the island of Brioni.
(8 m) 05. Hawaii: Eisenhower Eisenhower's visit comes down stairs. Welcome with flower wreath. Drive through the city, cheered in the car below.
(9 m) 6th Berlin Film Festival. German film awards 1960 Wolfgang Lukschy upon arrival. Willy Brandt interview: "I would like to welcome Very much Very much all of you, and I may explain Berlin International Film Festival as opened x." Producer Dr. Schwerin receives the Golden Bowl for his film "The bridge".
(60 m) 6th Baden Baden: rendezvous of European fashion Dralon fashions during the golden scissors Bayer. Model in white of the Danish Couturier Birk. Heinz Oestergaard shows afternoon dress with pleated Cape. Saeedi / Holland shows summer coat and matching dress "Park Avenue". Model of Gertrud Höchsmann / Vienna next coat. Cocktail Ensemble "Monte Carlo" from Balmain. Heinz Oestergaard shows quergestreiftes dress with an appropriate coat lining.
(28 m) 7 Frankfurt: final of the German Cup, HSV - 1 FC Cologne 3-2 tram runs. People flock to the stadium. 70000 visitors in the stadium. Economics Minister Erhard viewers, General Heusinger, Carlo Schmidt with HSV flags. Kick-off. Game. Audience, great. Helmut Rahn is storms. Goalkeeper Ewert / Cologne, holds. Transparent: HSV will now pale, 1. FC Köln Geek of all trades. Half-time score 0:0 2nd half: Cologne storms. Shot on goal Cologne by Breuer. Cheers of the fans. Uwe Seeler shoots the compensation of 1:1 in return. HSV plays to consider. Shot at the misses. Daniels shoots the 2:1 cheers. Audience, great. Man with a paper helmet. Striker Müller shoots the 2:2. cheers. Chanting HSV. Goalkeeper parade. In the 88th minute, Stephen shoots free-kick over the wall, Uwe Seeler shoots the 3:2 spectators cheering and clapping and running the place. Players are worn on the shoulders. Hamburg: Train enters Dammtor railway station. Crowd. Uwe Seeler and the players the HSV with motorcade on the way to the HSV space. Team captain Meinke shows the silver bowl.
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Adenauer, Konrad ; Gurion, Ben ; Brandt, Willy ; Eisenhower, Dwight ; Frondizi ; Gerstenmaier, Eugen ; Höchsmann, Gertrud ; Juliana von Holland ; Lübke, Heinrich ; Nasser, Gamal Abdel ; Oestergaard, Heinz ; Tito, Josip ; Lübke, Wilhelmine
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Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 544/1960
Die Zeit unter der Lupe (Other title)
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- Federal Republic of Germany
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- Title brand 7 art report: Henry Moore exhibition Hamburg. "Bayr. Godliness,"Munich camera: Seib, Vlasdeck Argent. Staatspräs. Frondizi in Bonn camera: Luppa, reason, Stoll, strong, Oelsner Ben Gurion in Holland origin: Polygoon Nasser at Tito origin: Novosti Eisenhower Hawaii origin: Metro 10 int. Berlin Film Festival camera: Jackson, Seib, fire modes "Bayer scissors", Baden-Baden camera: Vlasdeck football final HSV: 1 FC Cologne in Frankfurt camera: Luppa, Stoll, Vlasdeck, Seib, Pahl, o Connor, wild, Krimmel return d. HSV Hamburg camera: basic end of title 3.1 special service "1150 years Itzehoe" camera: o Connor, Berwig
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