Deutschlandspiegel 18/1956 28.03.1956

Synopsis

01 Hagenbeck a + b + c Hamburg: input of HAGENBECK's Zoo. Two black ponies pull cart with coffin by Lorenz Hagenbeck. Relatives and guards escort the coffin on the animal enclosures over. Elephants, Panthers, penguins, deer, camel, seals, polar bear, bear, swans. A wreath loop with inscription: "hunting pass!" Statue of the Hagenbeck Zoo founder.
(34 m, 10: 10:00 10:01:25) 02 flood flood and ice-floes in river valleys. On the banks of the Rhine, sandbags are stacked to protect the Federal House. Red Valley: Ice floes stranded on ravage fields. Ilztal power plant: falling water surges. Firefighters and technical relief in use. Flooding in Passau. Men ride in boats through the streets. Shoe on ice floe. From window to window, bag over is pulled with rope. Flooded streets.
(44 m, 10:01:20 10:02:55) 03. Heuss + Kneipp bath Bergneustadt: children walk across snow-covered meadows, next to the car of Theodor Heuss. Waving with Germany flags. Inauguration of the first elementary school of home of the Friedrich Ebert Foundation. Heuss and companion in front of the building, before a huge crowd children. Sign "Friedrich Ebert Foundation". Bust of Friedrich Ebert. Guests of the ceremony in the auditorium to applaud. Krefeld: Consultings of the Deutsche Edelstahlwerke AG. Bath Department, underwater massage, X-ray unit, outpatient clinic rooms.
(48 m, 10:02:55 10:06:45) 04. stainless steel 1 overlooking the site of German stainless steel Werke AG. Cars pushes labor groups, locomotive. New furnace at the steel mill. Workers at the open fire. First racking. Liquid steel is poured into forms. Control in the rolling mill. Block road.
(57 m, 10:04:35 10:06:40) 05 stainless steel 2 from "cleanliness & order Board" shield "cleanliness + order security =" glowing block is transported to the forge hammer. Mechanical workshops. Milling of metal parts, crank shaft. Exhibition of machine parts, drills, serving bowls, etc. (43 m, 10:06:35 10:08:05) 06. Flowers vierlanden: icicles on greenhouses. Thermometer Get up level 0. In the greenhouse: plants are carefully maintained. Different flowers large.
(31 m, 10:08:00 10:09:10) 07. fashion Berlin: German fashion houses present Freckle. Wide-brimmed hats to narrow dresses. Wide swinging afternoon dress with straß embroidered coat. Nylon tulle dress with petticoats. Older gentlemen watching smiling. Tunic gowns. Young spectator. Egyptian look with fragrant veil.
(37 m, 10:09:05 10:10:25) 8 pool Berlin: billiard balls collide with each other. Walter Lütgehetmann at the green table, roll the balls. Let's hear it for the master.
(43 m, 10:10:20 10:12:00) 09 Bamberg city views of the city of Bamberg from the water. Former Royal household. Old streets. Views over the rooftops to the Cathedral. Detail shots, riding to St. George's Cathedral, stone figures.
(26 m, 10:11:55 10:12:50) 10 Bamberg concert Bamberg: Bamberger Symphoniker play Beethoven's Fifth Symphony. Pan across Geiger. Conductor from the front. 10:14:20 end (42 m, 10:12:45 10:14:15)

Summary

Persons in the Film

Heuss, Theodor

Topics

Fashion ; Passau ; Berlin ; Hagenbeck's Tierpark ; Deutschen Edelstahlweke ; Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Hamburg, BRD ; Hochwasser ; 01 16 mm project ; 10 finding book Germany mirror

Type

Periodicals (G)

Genre

Monthly Newsreel

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Title:

Deutschlandspiegel 18/1956

Country of Origin:
Federal Republic of Germany

Year of Production and/or Release

Date of Release:
28.03.1956
Year of Production:
1956

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