Die Zeit unter der Lupe 800/1965 25.05.1965
01 Queen Elizabeth in Germany right of way of the "white mice". Elizabeth and Philip before cars are from Lübke and welcomes Mrs Lübke. Cameramen, half-close. Lahiri and Elizabeth, behind woman Lübke and Philip go up stairs of Schloß Brühl, total. Elizabeth welcomes guests, half close and big with a DIAdem. Philip, laughing, great. Waving flags at the Palais Schaumburg. Elizabeth and Erhard occur on terrace, half-close. Elizabeth and Erhard in conversation, half-close. Elizabeth and Philip welcome Schröder. Handshake - handshake - handshake, great. Fireworks over the Rhine. Koblenz: Police hold back pressing people. Elizabeth goes next to Prime Minister Altmaier to the Rhine ship, half-close. Urgent people on the shore. People waving to the ship, totally. Elizabeth and Philip on the railing of the ship, total. The ship driving on the Rhine. Castles of the Rhine, great. Recording from the top on the Rhine. Munich: Elizabeth and Philip drive standing in an open car, half-close. Elizabeth from the balcony waving alongside Prime Minister Goppel. Elizabeth beckoning, great. Josef Neckermann and Harry Boldt in dressage before Nymphenburg Palace. Elizabeth goes up stairs to the National Theatre in addition to Mayor bird, half-close. Elizabeth greeted the performers of the performance of "Der Rosenkavalier" in the break. Schwäbisch Hall: people in Swabian costumes. Elizabeth prior to truck arrival. Elizabeth, Philip and he was on the balcony, total. Musicians in costumes with flutes and drums. Screening of salt settlers dance. Elizabeth waving in front of cars. Beckoning children and people in traditional costumes.
02. Frankfurt: jump turn school gymnast on balance beam. Turner in a Handstand. National coach Friedrich in conversation with gymnasts. Gymnast in floor exercises. Handstand rollover, hitting cyclists, Salto. The Turner Peter Maar training on the parallel bars, ZL. Heinz Heussler does gymnastics on the pommel horse, ZL. Karl Banzhaf turns on the high bar. Gymnast on the rings.
03. accident story no. 8 (hot drinks on top of the stove) Günter Jerschke as doctor scrolls in a file. He speaks. L. drinking from coffee pot and sits down on a hot stove until it steams. Jerschke, great. Artists are shot from a cannon. Jerschke, great. Man in Nightshirt and night-cap does carbide in its hot-water bottle. He lies down on the bed. The bed Springs disappear in explosion. Jerschke, big, with feathers on the head. Construction workers knocking on pole at the break. Workers go into the lodge and take vessels with food from the oven. Coffee Kettle whistles. Workers takes sealed bottle from the oven. Hot drink squirts in the face. Jerschke patients with associated head, from which only but the nose which looks: "For me, you're right."
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Banzhaf, Karl ; Boldt, Harry ; Altmeier ; Elisabeth II. von England ; Erhard, Ludwig ; Erhard, Luise ; Goppel, Alfons ; Jerschke, Günther ; Kiesinger, Kurt ; Lübke, Heinrich ; Philip Mountbatten von Edinboroug ; Schröder, Gerhard ; Töpper, Hertha ; Vogel, Joachim ; Watson, Claire ; Müller, Friedrich ; Heussler, Heinz ; Maar, Peter ; Neckermann, Josef ; Lübke, Wilhelmine
Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Customs ; Hands ; Children ; Flags ; Fireworks ; Musical events ; Police ; Horse riding, horse racing (without harness) ; Shipping ; Ships ; State visits (inside) ; Dance ; Costumes ; Gymnastics ; Transport: public transport ; automotive engineering, automotive ; Cultural events ; Landscapes ; People ; Social events ; Jobs ; aerial photographs ; Architecture ; 14 find book new German newsreel slow motion
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Die Zeit unter der Lupe 800/1965
Neue Deutsche Wochenschau (Other title)
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- Federal Republic of Germany
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- Spotlight on Elizabeth II. in Germany Schloß Brühl, Palais Schaumburg, Koblenz, the Rhine, Munich, Schwäbisch Hall sports gymnastics school camera: strong the good tip accident story no. 8 (hot drinks in sealed bottles on top of the stove.
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