Deutschlandspiegel 128/1965 26.05.1965

Synopsis

1st Bundestag in Berlin West Berlin Kongresshalle, Erich Mende (FDP) and Ludwig Erhard with cigar climb out of cars, Erhard enters the building, Bundestag will fly disturbed, jet aircraft by Soviet jets close over the Convention Hall over, Congress Hall with the German Eagle and deputies, Eugen Gerstenmaier speaks interview before the Bundestag: "so little it may do us, ladies and gentlemen, discourage, to do that again"", what an obvious expression of our right and our duty is all over Germany, I say for all of Germany, to the word." Deputies clapping.
(31 m, 10: 10:00 10:01:20) 02 Berlin 17 June double-decker bus drives under pedestrian bridge, street scene, Memorial Church, Café Kranzler, guests in the Café, road sign: street of the 17th of June, various settings of the street of the 17th June (including supervisory), Technical University and the Hansaviertel, Tiergarten, Straße of des 17. June with victory column, Brandenburg Gate, historic footage of the 17th of June 1953: Soviet tanks with stones throw Street battle, insurrection, burning barricades, protesters, journalists hiding behind walls, people walk away from shots, injured carried away, burning house (A lot smoke). Brandenburg Gate with barbed wire and walls, visitors to view steps looking East, barbed wire with tank traps.
(55 m, 10:01:15 10:03:15) 03 Hannover Messe Hannover trade fair: visitors to the trade fair (19th International exhibition of industry), supervision at the Fairgrounds, occupied parking, people go through scaffolding, exhibition hall of indoor, industrial plants, marine propeller, parade, glass in lighted shelves, production of plastic trays, cutlery, light bulbs, backhoe with bucket, auto draft moves up, large shovel.
(40 m, 10:03:10 10:04:40) 04. Constance - story a, b moves with pedestrians and park benches at Lake Constance, walkers, ship, ship from docks, visitors to ship promenade and filmed from boat, Meersburg (former residence of the poet Annette von Droste-Hülshoff) grape, wine-growing on the slope, old timber-frame houses, cars take oversight of ship, shore ferry, Sailboat, popular tourist destination: open air museum West of Meersburg, stilt houses: wooden houses with thatched roofs are on stilts, visitors hutThat hut from the inside: bed with fur blanket, bowls, hunting equipment. Boyish (large), Arch tendon.
Überlingen: old timber-framed house, Franciscan church, works of the woodcarver and Stukateurs Joseph Anton Fluchtmayer: religious figures. Pilgrimage Church of Birnau: total, cherubs and Holy pictures of Feuchtmayer, figure "The Honigschlecker", nave rowboat and Swan, Sun seems by cloud cover at sea.
(93 m, 10:04:30 10:07:55) 05. Munich + State ballet school supervision: Munich Frauenkirche in the background, moving tram in the foreground, town hall tower, supervision: marketplace with stalls, market stalls.
In the Prince Regent Theatre: first State Ballet Academy of the Federal Republic: training, dancers on the bar while practicing, piano player, coach gives instructions to his students, and makes movements, dancers dance diagonal space on camera feet tall, to, different exercises, dancers in front of the mirror.
(71 m, 10:07:45 10:10:20) 06 State visit Elizabeth II England flags will be distributed, carpet is being rolled out at airport, Cabinet members go on carpet to receive (feet and legs) totally. Rolling out aircraft with flags on the roof. Gun salutes. Elizabeth goes down stairs behind her Philip. Welcome by Lahiri. Elizabeth welcomes Erhard Schröder at the head of the Cabinet, total, then. Photographer. Elizabeth and Lahiri pace stand. Elizabeth goes to Mercedes. Transparent: Welcome to Queen Elizabeth. Ride through the streets of Bonn. Police push back people on the side of the road. Entrance of the Mercedes in the gate of the Villa Hammerschmidt. Cameramen and photographers before stairs of the Villa Hammerschmidt Elizabeth and Lahiri come out of door, totally. Mrs Lübke, Elizabeth, Lübke and Philip and Cabinet members on stairs before Villa Hammerschmidt, total. Elizabeth in conversation with Lübke, half-close. Mrs Lübke, half-close.
In the evening: Banquet in the castle in Brühl, Lahiri and Elizabeth, behind woman Lübke and Philip go up stairs of the Castle, total. Elizabeth welcomes guests, half close DIAdem, Philip, laughing, great. Elisabeth with a DIAdem, great. Waving flag on the Palais Schaumburg, Elizabeth and Erhard occur on terrace, half-close. Elizabeth and Erhard in conversation, half-close. Elizabeth and Philip welcome Schröder.
Koblenz: Police pushing back crowds, Elizabeth half close. Elizabeth goes next to 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. Journalist tap typewriter during the boat trip, castles of the Rhine, great. Supervision on the Rhine. Fireworks over the Rhine.
(114 m, 10:10:15 10:14:20)

Persons in the Film

Erhard, Ludwig Wilhelm; Lübke, Heinrich; Mende, Erich; Gerstenmaier, Eugen; Prinz, Philip; Dollinger, Werner; Schröder, Gerhard; Lübke, Wilhelmine

Topics

Bundestag; Hannover-Messe; 17. Juni 1953; Industrieausstellung; Policy; Sachindex Wochenschauen; Ballett; State visit; 01 16 mm project; 10 finding book Germany mirror

Type

Periodicals (G)

Genre

Monthly Newsreel

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Title:

Deutschlandspiegel 128/1965

Country of Origin:
Federal Republic of Germany

Year of Production and/or Release

Date of Release:
26.05.1965
Year of Production:
1965

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