Deutschlandspiegel 1/1954 10.11.1954


01 Paris meeting (46 m) 2 Paris meeting Paris Conference arrival of Konrad Adenauer on the airport of Paris, in the company of Walter Hallstein. Official welcome, surrounded by photo reporters. Village sign; the castle of La Celle Saint Cloud from the outside. Wagon train moves forward. The reporter must remain outside the gate. Long conference table, such as the French Prime Minister, Pierre Mendès-France and Adenauer. Palais de Chaillot at the foot of the Eiffel Tower. Mendès-France and Adenauer successively arrive, then Anthony Eden and John Foster Dulles. The statesmen post each behind the signs "France", "Germany", "United Kingdom" and "United States" and imagine the photographer. Sign "diplomatic representation of the Federal Republic of Germany. Office hours 9-12 watch. "." The building of the German Embassy in Paris. The faction leader of the Bundestag Thomas Dehler, Erich Ollenhauer, Carlo Schmidt. Quai d'Orsay: Signing of the State Treaty for the termination of the occupation regime and the inclusion in the Western European Union. Dulles, Adenauer and Mendès-France at the signing, great. Palais de Chaillot: U-shaped table, where the Foreign Ministers of 14 Atlantic Pact sit together. The signs and flags of countries are placed before them. Sign the membership of West Germany in the Atlantic Pact: Eden, Mendès-France, Dulles. Crowd and reporters in the Hall. Mendès-France and Adenauer To give the hand goodbye. Village sign of Bonn; the Palais Schaumburg from outside. Adenauer actuality: "in Paris, we had a new task. We had to ensure that the relationship between Germany and France is so ordered, that the two peoples in the heart of Europe economically and politically never can become opponents for this. I am convinced that the statements in Paris will strengthen peace in the world and peace between peoples and redound to the benefit of all."
(66 m) 03 old Bonn Bonn, the seat of Federal Government Städteansicht Bonn, the Federal building on the left bank of the Rhine. The Bonn Minster. Road scenes old town. University. The Arndt's House: Sign "Ernst Moritz Arndthaus, built 1819". The birthplace of Ludwig van Beethoven. Sign: "this House Ludwig van Beethoven was born on 17th December 1770' (31 m) 04 new Bonn signs:"President's Office","Chancellery","Ministry of Interior","Foreign Office". The new buildings of ministries and diplomatic missions. The coat of arms of various foreign embassies. Villa Hammerschmidt from the outside.
(19 m) 5th Menderes in Bonn + exhibition Turkish Prime Minister Adna Menderes reverses accompanied by Adenauer before the Villa Hammerschmidt. He will be received by Federal President Theodor Heuss. Turkish flag. Motorcade reverses at the Nymphenburg Palace in Munich. The Castle Park, Menderes in the inauguration of the building. The Deutsches Museum, view of the facade. Menderes and accompanied by coming up the staircase. Stone tablet: "Otto Hahn discovered the fission of uranium in 1938 together with F. Strassmann neutrons and the technical use of nuclear energy." Visit of the work table of Otto Hahn.
(36 m) 6th launch, industry, steel mill in Hamburg. Hull labeled al-Malik Saud al-Awal. Arabic-clad spectators. Launching of the tanker. Waving people. International exhibition in Hanover, Germany. Factory with machine tools. Duisburg-Hamborn. New Blockbrammer rolling mill the August Thyssen hut: steel mill.
(50 m) 7th Sao Paulo Düsseldorf. Thomas Mann in an exhibition of European masterpieces from the Museum de Arte in Sao Paulo. Various paintings, including "the" portrait of Andries van Horn "by Frans Hals, Raphael's"resurrection", the self-portrait of the 28-year Rembrandt, Thomas Lawrence's" Fluyder children ", the Gypsy with the mandolin" by Camille Corot. and a Picasso.
(53 m) 08 Reichstag Berlin. The Reichstag building, façade view. The destroyed Interior. The remaining structure of the dome is removed.
(15 m) 9 East zone East Berlin. Protesters with the portraits of Stalin, Thälmann, Lenin, Engels, Marx, including transparent is upheld: "We thank Stalin, the friend and helper of all peace-loving peoples.". The crowd claps rhythmically in the hands.
(8 m) 10-17 June Berlin. Excited crowd, fire on an S-Bahn station. The Brandenburg Gate. Soviet tanks. Fleeing people are messed up. Cameramen duck behind the wall. Young men throwing tanks with stones.
(19 m) 11 cemetery gravestones of victims of the June of 17 in West Berlin.
(22 m) 12 setting up the ruins of the Church. A mural. A church service is held inside. Builders mix mortar, walls, climb a scaffold. Buildings, offices, Bayer building, Hotel Kempinski. Street scene with Memorial Church in the background.
(20 m) 13 harvest horse drawn Hay wagon in a field. Hay is recharged and supported (26 m) 14 domspatzen the Bamberg Cathedral. Regensburger domspatzen total. A conductor. Theodor Heuss among the guests. Singing children's faces. Reliefs on the walls of the Church.
(22 m) 15 drag hunting drag hunting in the woods of Saxony. Rider and dogs before hunting. The riders with the train, followed by a pack of dogs and the large field of riders. Obstacles are skipped, crosses a river. Large Halali, dogs throw themselves on the prey. The Jagdherrin gives the "fraction of the oak".
(39 m)


Persons in the Film

Heuss, Theodor ; Menderes, Adnan ; Mendès-France, Pierre ; Mann, Thomas ; Dulles, John Foster ; Eden, Robert Anthony ; Adenauer, Konrad


17. Juni 1953 ; Berlin ; Pariser Konferenz ; Saarabkommen ; Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Bonn (Bundeshauptstadt) ; Hamburg, BRD ; Paris ; Harvest ; 01 16 mm project ; 10 finding book Germany mirror


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