Deutschlandspiegel 20/1956 24.05.1956
1st trade fair Hamburg: Assembly crafts: lead glazed Windows, Mason, watchmaker, musical instrument maker. Seamstress at the cropping. Spinning, weaving, hairdressing salon. Art forging. Women's legs go up stairs, Carpenter. Roofers, chimney sweep.
(42 m, 10: 10:00 10:01:45) 02 1 Mai West Berlin: rally prior to the Schöneberg Town Hall. "The heart is left signs"More teachers as educators",", "free elections yes!". Otto Suhr speaks. Listeners in costume. Signs "Of socialism will triumph!", "Berlin the capital of all Germany". Transparent is put forward to building "Reunification is peace", including shield "40 hours are enough". "How much longer blow trees right through Germany?"
(16 m, 10:01:40 10:02:20) 03 1 Mai Ost Berlin: official gallery with a hammer and compass, and inscription: 'The first of may live there!' Organized operating groups, people's army, and military vehicles parading past.
(11 m, 10:02:15 10:02:40) 04. Müttergenesungswerk Mannheim: Women on deck chairs in the rest house of the Liberal. Conversations, play in the open air. Theodor Heuss in Assembly interview: "The family is the human reserve against the complete nationalization and the mere professionalisation of man against his Verameisung, which can be also loneliness." Applause.
(22 m, 10:02:35 10:03:25) 05 Churchill Kadam Prize Aachen, views of the city: Winston Churchill and Lady Churchill get out of car. Waving onlookers. Adenauer as well as Churchill seated at the ceremony. The Aachen Mayor Hermann Heusch awarded the Charlemagne Prize. Churchill at the lectern O tone: "Mr President-in-Office of the Federal Chancellor, Mr Mayor, ladies and gentlemen!" Applause. (Speech Churchill: Russia's admission into the Atlantic Alliance seems possible) Heuss as listeners in addition to Lady Churchill. Churchill is led out of the Hall.
(51 m, 10:03:20 10:05:15) 06 Hannover Conti 1 cityscapes of the destroyed Hanover after the war. After reconstruction: Views of streets with modern commercial buildings. Roadway, traffic COP in Glashäuschen. The new Normaluhr. Walk to the Maschsee. Market Church and old town hall. New Town Hall and old buildings. Modern residential development in the city centre. New schools. Modern building. The continental rubber works AG administration building Trucks at the factory gate. Look around the factory grounds. Illuminated window.
(77 m, 10: 10:05 10:07:55) 07 Hanover Conti 2 Hannover: tyres on the speed test bench at 450 km/h. looking back at the 10 years: passers-by, start a car race, accident. Modern racing, continental advertising at the edge of the road. Manuel Fangio shakes his hand with wreath, Heuss.
(42 m, 10:07:50 10:09:20) 08 Hannover Conti 3 Hannover: workers with machines and machines in the continental factory Hall. Rubber discs coming from the band and are pressed in the form of tires. Cigarette is expressed in tire ashtray. Technicians at the drawing board. Test track is watered, a car driving at high speeds in the District of spin testing. Brake tests. Test rider gets off. Motorway, which passes over the factory.
(64 m, 10:09:15 10:11:35) 09 fencing at the electoral Palace in Koblenz: onslaught of the German and Polish team and Sabre greeting. Banners Exchange. Different struggles. Viewers applaud.
(42 m, 10:11:30 10:13:00) 10 Eagle Eyrie Valentiner: large Eagle sitting on wooden peg. Morning wash in a bowl of water. Get a piece of meat. Clamp is bound to the leg. An OWL. Eagle launches and flies over the field.
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Persons in the Film
Churchill, Winston ; Suhr, Otto Ernst Heinrich Hermann ; Adenauer, Konrad
Fencing ; Koblenz ; Hannover ; Karlspreis ; Berlin ; Continental Gummiwerke AG ; Müttergenesungswerk ; Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Hamburg, BRD ; State visit ; 1. Mai ; 01 16 mm project ; 10 finding book Germany mirror
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