Die Zeit unter der Lupe 757/1964 28.07.1964

Synopsis

01 Germany 50 years ago. Soldiers from the 1st World War March beginning of war and witnessed the assassination of Serajewo. Soldier invites gun. Gun angle. Charging soldiers. Fanzer in use fanren through forest. Soldiers in trenches. Aircraft (total) gunner. A soldier throwing hand grenade. Impact of the grenade. Hindenburg is going through trellis winkender interpret (total). Kaiser Wilhelm mounts his horse over small ladder. Takes off on horse parade. Hunting rises out of old-fashioned car. traffic in the streets of Berlin. Old car after an accident. A wheel hanging over bridge. Onslaught of schoolgirls in white robes, make a Serenade of Kaiser Wilhelm. Title page of "The gazebo" pictures from the newspaper. Fashion of the time. Film from old movies. Hutter consoles the daughter, the vamp. Old cars, go into which people for the holiday trip. Bath life on the beach. Baden in old-fashioned bathing suits. Newspaper headline "heir to the throne murdered". Image of the heir to the throne Franz Ferdinand".
The Ku. K. major Karl Baumgartner portrays the murder of the heir to the throne (original sound) as surviving eye-witness. Image of a cavalry officer of the time on horseback. Order at the suit of the eye-witnesses. Post card image by Serajewo. Old car drives in front of the City Hall. Franz Ferdinand gets out. Franz Ferdinand and his wife in front of the building. Image of the assassination. Assassin with turret faces the car in which the heir to the throne nddseine woman sitting. Karl Baumgartner shows a photo of their skirt of the heir to the throne. Concert by a police Chapel 50 years ago. Picture of soldiers with the excerpt in the war, Karrikaturen in newspapers against the "archenemy" France. People swing hats. German soldiers at the beginning of the war are facing a freight train. From train with waving soldiers. Kreagsmaterial, jeeps and soldiers is located on a freight train.

02. Khrushchev in Poland. 20 years Communist sic. Parade of planes. In the stands waving Ulbricht, Khrushchev and Gomulka. Parade of Polish troops. Parading soldiers posted rifle. Marines. Aircraft. Tank. Gomulka and Khrushchev smack (total). Tanks passing with missiles.

03. Adschubey in - Germany. Adschubey (half total) his hands (large) close up of Adschubey. Light "do not disturb" flares up. Illuminator most. Light tape device (large). Adschubey at the table sitting in the circle of representatives of the press.

04. de Gaulle Pressekonfernez. de Gaulle goes to the lectern (total) he speaks (total) interview about the cooling of german French relations.

05. Goldwater in Arizona. Goldwater (half total) zwiwchen-Menschen in Arizona. Election posters "Goldwater" of people held. Posters "We Love Barry". Johnson (half total) before a press photographer. Goldwater next to his wife at the Wahlcampagne. Transparent "Welcome Barry Goldwater". Goldwater and wife in the car (half total).

06. Christening of the daughter of Princess Margaret. Sarah Francis Elizabeth Armstrong Jones (large) on the arm of Princess Margaret. Princess Margaret (large) Princess Margaret with the baby in her arms, next to her Anthony Armstrong Jones (half total). Anthony Armstrong Jones bends down (total) to his son David and takes him on the arm. Family picture.

07. summer vacation. Children in the water basin of a crowded swimming pool. Lovely beach with beach chairs (total). People are on the docks next to a pool of water in a crowded swimming pool. Lovely campsite. Aerial view of an intersection (Rondeel with WOC in France.

Origin / Type of content

Narration

Persons in the Film

Adschubey; Armstrong-Jones, Anthony; Armstrong Jones, Sarah; Baumgartner, Karl; Chruschtschow, Nikita; Franz Ferdinand von Österreich; Gaulle de, Charles; Goldwater, Barry; Gomulka, Wladyslaw; Johnson, Lyndon; Linley, Viscount; Margaret von England; Ulbricht, Walter; Wilhelm II.

Places

Düsseldorf; Berlin; St. Tropez; Holland; France; Loofen; Normandy; Warsaw; Paris; Spain; Arizona; London; Washington

Topics

Sachindex Wochenschauen; Interviews; filmmaking; Leisure, recreation; News, communications; Medals, awards, honors; Parades; Posters, fonts, banners; Political events; Press, press conferences; Advertising; Religious events; Reviews; 99.412 Deutsche week show GmbH: State visits (outside); Accidents; accident prevention; automotive engineering, automotive; War, prisoners of war; Holiday; Fashion; Jobs; aerial photographs; Assassinations; 14 find book new German newsreel slow motion

Type

Newsreel (G)

Genre

Weekly Newsreel

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Title:

Die Zeit unter der Lupe 757/1964

Neue Deutsche Wochenschau (Other title)

Country of Origin:
Federal Republic of Germany

Year of Production and/or Release

Date of Release:
28.07.1964
Year of Production:
1964

Credits

Origin:
Start point 4.6 m the time stage Germany 50 years ago / beginning of the war and witnessed the assassination of Sarajevo camera: Vlasdeck, Rahim origin: KLT. Federal film archive in Koblenz moments Khrushchev in Poland / 20 year municipality. Poland origin: Polkronika Adschubey in Germany camera: why de Gaulle press conference origin: Eclair Goldwater in Arizona origin: Metro baptism of Margaret daughter Sarah origin: Pathé news summer holiday origin: Polygoon, Eclair end-mark 3-m

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