Die Zeit unter der Lupe 748/1964 26.05.1964


01 Moselle Canal. Tents on the banks of the Moselle river, 2 paddlers and a sailboat go along on the shore. A helicopter is rising. Aerial view of a castle on the Moselle river. Aerial view of the Moselle. The Weir at Müden. Aerial view of Cochem. The barrage in Enkirch. A steamer of the Moselle (half total). Aerial view of Trier. De Gaulle alongside the Duchess Charlotte of Luxembourg (side, rear, half total), on the Moselle river ship. People on the shore. The flags of Germany, France and Luxembourg. Federal President Lübke aboard the ship (half total), de Gaulle (half total), Charlotte of Luxembourg (half total). The ship docks. Lübke leaves the ship in addition to Charlotte, behind de Gaulle's (total). At the ceremony, Lübke, original sound reading from speaks (half total). Listener full-image, de Gaulle speaks interview (half total). The audience in the stands clapping.

02. monastery opened Dalai Lama. The Dalai Lama passes on praying children. Children with flowers. The Dalai Lama cuts a Ribbon at the opening of the monastery (large). Dalai Lama (half total). Demonstration of traditional dances in masks.

03. King Mahendra of Nepal in Bonn. Federal President Lübke welcomes King Mahendra (half total) at the airfield. Lübke is next to King Mahendra on a red carpet to the stand (total). Step off the front with an officer (total). Lübke in addition to King Mahendra the staircase goes up (half-total). Lübke with Ribbon. Behind this woman Lübke and the Queen in evening dresses go (half total). Camera people. Welcome at the reception (total). King Mahendra (large). Lübke in conversation with King Mahendra (half total).

04. 15 years Federal Republic of Germany. The basic law, as written, (large). Carlo Schmid speaks before the Parliamentary Council (total). Among the listeners of Theodor Heuss. The parliamentarians raise the hands to the vote. Adenauer on the speaker's podium. Carlo Schmidt in the audience clap (total). The German flag goes up (great) on the mast.

05. Coburger convent 1964 sign Coburg. Car moves into the place. Cars driving through the streets of the town. Sign "Coburg greets its guests! Welcome to. Total of Coburg. Students with hats and stripes in the streets. Old men to deal with student caps salute by the city. Move of the students in stripes. Marching "one of the students in high boots and sabers. Student faces with flags and hats. 4 men going between the corporations marching up. A poodle is running between the students. The meeting place (total). Tap is encountered in beer keg (big). Beer runs in beakers. The participants of the convents in the open sitting at long tables. Students embrace. Waitress with beer Stein. Order a monument blow balloons. Students drink and on the benches. Empty tables with empty beer Stein. A street sweeper sweeps together junk. Junk pile before a fountain where little boys high jump.

06. jumping on a trampoline (Hamburg police). On 4 trampolines, jump (total) men in unison. Jumping to 10 trampolines (total). Trampoline jumper (slow motion) half total and 4 Springer (total). Views of a Knight from the bottom through the trampoline. Exercises: Straddle, Salto, rotate, etc.

07. Avus race, Berlin. Driver puts on helmet. Checked the tyres of his car and settles into a race car. Start the race on the Avus (total). Run the car into the turn (total). Rotating heads of viewers (half total). The Englishman Hegburne moves with his white Cooper in the final curve in leadership and travels first through the destination (total). Hegburne in the car (large). Appended it to as the winner of the laurel wreath. (half total).

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Adenauer, Konrad ; Charlotte von Luxemburg ; Dalai Lama ; Gaulle de, Charles ; Heuss, Theodor ; Lübke, Heinrich ; Mahendra ; Schmid, Carlo ; Hegburne ; Lübke, Wilhelmine


Enkirch ; Coburg ; Mosel ; Bonn ; Hamburg ; Berlin ; Trier ; Cochem ; Tibet


Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Higher education ; Flags ; motor sports ; Police ; Rain ; Religious events ; Reviews ; Shipping ; Ships ; 99.412 Deutsche week show GmbH: State visits (outside) ; Cities ; Dance ; Trampoline, jumping on a trampoline ; Buildings ; Agriculture and forestry ; Water ; aerial photographs ; Entertainment, festivals ; Gastronomy ; Anniversaries, Jubilees, birthdays ; Viewers and audience ; 14 find book new German newsreel slow motion


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Weekly Newsreel

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Die Zeit unter der Lupe 748/1964

Neue Deutsche Wochenschau (Other title)

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Start point 4.6 m Spotlight Mosel channel camera: Luppa information Dalai Lama opened monastery origin: Pathé news King Mahendra v. Nepal in Bonn 15 years Federal Republic of Germany under the magnifying glass of Coburger convent camera: Jackson sports jumping on a trampoline (Hamburg police) camera: Rau Avus race, Berlin camera: Arndt, Jansen, Jaehner end brand 3 m

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Avus Turns 100 (September 19, 1921)

Avus is one of the most famous racetracks in the world. It was the first road ever to be exclusively used by motor vehicles and is therefore also considered the precursor of the autobahn. The construction of the "Automobile Traffic and Practice Road" goes back to an initiative in 1909 to show off the German automotive industry and to test various road surfaces later. Only a few days after its completion on September 19, 1921, the 8.3-kilometer long Avus was inaugurated with the first car races as part of the German Motor Show.

Starting October 1, it was also opened to general traffic-- for a hefty fee. The following year, motorcycles races were held at Avus for the first time. In 1926, the track hosted the 1st German Grand Prix. Two years later, Fritz Opel presented his legendary rocket car at Avus. In the following decades, racing operations kept getting interrupted by the economic crisis, the Second World War and reconstruction.

The first post-war race took finally place in 1951. It heralded Avus’ second golden age (the first one being during the 1920s). The crowning moment happened in 1959,  when it hosted a Formula 1 race. In 1967 the notorious north curve was demolished: too many disastrous accidents had occurred, and Avus no longer met the requirements of a modern runway. Avus rapidly lost its appeal.

From the mid-1980s on, Avus was regularly used as a motor racing circuit, until 1998, when competitive races came to an end. Resistance to noisy events arose and closures also became more and more problematic, since the Avus - which had been connected to the Berlin Ring during the Second World War and served as a transit route during the German division - was urgently needed as a connecting road in a reunited Berlin.

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