Die Zeit unter der Lupe 782/1965 19.01.1965

Synopsis

1st Olympic Luge at Königssee Luger on the toboggan run. Sledders in curves, total. Christa Schmuck / Berchtesgaden, wins the ladies, totally. Start a Rodlers. Luger in the curves. Photographer sitting in the curve, and photographed. Dachshund on a leash bark, half-close. Fritz specialist / Rottach Egern as the winner after the race, half-close.

02. Kandahar ski race ski boots and skis at the start. Fall of a skier at the Kandahar race in St. Anton, total. Heidi Schmid Biebl at the downhill skiing. She is 3rd winner is the French Annie Famose. The winner after the race, half-close. Heide Schmid Biebl on the pistes in slalom. It runs as a winner by the target. The victory in the slalom will also combination winner. Heidi Schmid Biebl after the run, half-close. Men's slalom: at the start of Gerhard Nenning in Lech am Arlberg. His run. He wins against Schranz / Austria and Leitner. Gerhard Nenning arrived. 2 clapping girls. Nenning, great. Downhill: different skiers on the piste. Karl Schranz won. He slows down after the finish. Standing smack viewers in a hut. Schranz, big, drinking out of cups. 2 is Nenning and winner of the combined.

03. Winston Churchill people and photographers before Churchill's House. The personal physician of Churchill's is in the House. Illuminated window in the House. Randolph Churchill enters the House. Close-up of Churchill. FLASHBACK: Image of Churchill as a young man. Road traffic around the turn of the century. Tab in the Boer War. Fact sheet of Churchill: 25 pounds on his head. The English King George v and his wife ride in a carriage. Churchill increases with cane out of car. Churchill is worn at the end of the first world war by followers on the shoulders. People elbowing to Churchill as the most popular Minister. Churchill rising from English military aircraft. Churchill with Navy hat with troop visit. Burning houses of Coventry. Churchill goes through the destroyed Coventry. Churchill goes aboard a warship. On board the Prince of Wales with Roosevelt. Churchill standing at the railing of the vessel (photograph from behind). De Gaulle with Roosevelt 1943rd Churchill sitting next to de Gaulle and Roosevelt, totally. Churchill in the conversation with the Turkish Prime Minister Inönü, great. Churchill speaks with Montgomery. Troops in Africa, total. Churchill at troops in Africa. He is V symbol showing troop inspection. Churchill presented Stalin with a sword. Churchill in uniform with fur hat, total. Invasion of France. Churchill rising in a bowl. Close-up Churchill cigar with Navy hat. Churchill next to Montgomery. Churchil goes through Siegfried line. Churchill, Roosevelt and Stalin at Yalta. Roosevelt, great. Churchill, great. Newspaper title page: "end of was in Europe". Churchill waving hat from balcony. Crowd. Before the balcony. Churchill shows the V sign. Churchill next to King George and Queen on the balcony of Buckingham Palace. Vertical feed in addition to de Gaulle in Paris in an open car. Churchill with cylinder between cheering people. Churchill in Brussels. People on the street make V signs. Churchill waving from the balcony with hat in addition to his daughter Mary standing. Churchill at the Potsdam Conference in addition to Truman and Stalin. Handshake. Churchill receives Charlemagne Prize in Aachen. Behind him stands Adenauer, totally. Churchill speaks. Among the listeners of German President Heuss. The conversation with Churchill, Adenauer total. Churchill with cylinder. Churchill in the car driving, total. The Parliament building, total. Churchill as a speaker in the House of Commons total. He takes a SIP from the glass, laughing MEPs. De Gaulle greeted Churchill. Churchill in conversation with de Gaulle, half-close. In the background are Lady Churchill and Madame de Gaulle. Churchill, great. Swivel to Eisenhower, besides Churchill sitting. Churchill as painter in the holiday. Churchill sitting with a wide Hat holiday in the Park, great. Images of Churchill in an exhibition. Churchill and Lady Churchill received Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip from 10 Downing Street. Elizabeth Churchill is located with a kiss on the hand. Photographers hold cameras. Photographers outside the window of Churchill. Churchill behind the window, big.

Origin / Type of content

Narration

Persons in the Film

Churchill, Randolph; Churchill, Winston; Elisabeth II. von England; Gaulle de, Charles; Georg V. von England; Montgomery, Bernhard; Philip Mountbatten von Edinboroug; Roosevelt, Franklin Delano; Stalin, Josef; Truman, Harry; Famose, Annie; Fachmann, Fritz; Nenning, Gerhard; Schmid Biebl, Heidi; Schmuck, Christa; Schranz, Karl

Places

London; King Lake; Brussels; Sankt Anton; Königssee; St. Anton; Potsdam

Topics

Sachindex Wochenschauen; Honors; Dogs; cameramen, cameramen; Photographers; Portraits; Tobogganing; Reviews; Ski, skiing, ski jumping; sports audience, sports spectator; War, prisoners of war; Kissing, kissing scenes; People; Transport: General; Exhibitions; Dogs; 14 find book new German newsreel slow motion

Type

Newsreel (G)

Genre

Weekly Newsreel

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Title:

Die Zeit unter der Lupe 782/1965

Neue Deutsche Wochenschau (Other title)

Country of Origin:
Federal Republic of Germany

Year of Production and/or Release

Date of Release:
19.01.1965
Year of Production:
1965

Credits

Origin:
Title brand 4, 6 m sports Luge at Lake King camera: Vlasdeck, Hafner Kandahar ski race origin: Austria the time stage Winston Churchill origin: Pathe news archive end-mark 3, m

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