Europamagazin II 03.04.1953

Synopsis

European dance: traditionally dressed dance group on stage of the Hamburg Music Hall, reactions of other dance groups on current program, Italian dance group on stage, applause of the audience.
(00:00:20-00:01:28) opens: "Ambassador of the spirit", head of audience on the upper part, cutting a play by Paul Claudel "Tobias and Sarah", play shows: sermon, applause of the audience holds prayers of a blind to symbolic baptism, the Christian God, miracle healing, priest. (01: 28-03: 45) opens: "The wedding of the year", Prince Johann of Luxembourg and and Princess Josephine Charlotte of Belgium in wedding dress go to Notre-Dame Cathedral in Luxembourg, goes to the altar richly decorated church interior with best man, bride and groom, wedding at the altar, wedding couple goes from the Cathedral and climb into a convertible, saluting onlookers, some passers-by must be held back by the police, the couple greet the crowd from a castle.
(03:45-04:51) opens: "German inventions" motor boat in the sea in the background, "Cruisers" in test drive, close-up of the rescue vessel with floodlights, rescue rings and Knights Templar cross as an emblem, a smaller "Catapult"boat in the sea is allowed by the Seenorkreuzer;
Speedboat "Brist" in testing on a Lake, passengers get in the speedboat, viewers clearly watching boats with binoculars, wing at passing boats. (04:51 – 06:22) opens: "The Federal Chancellor in the United States", cruise ship in the background, railing with rescue boats lined-up, German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer on the deck of the Kreuzfahtschiffes on the deck in the sun lounger sits Secretary Hallstein with Charlotte Adenauer, the statue of liberty and the skyscrapers of New York within sight of the vessel, speech of Adenauer on the ship for his first State visit to the United States for the press, Adenauer is accompanied by police escort to the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel , Ausenaufnahme of the White House, US President Eisenhower welcomed Adenauer in the White House, front of Adenauer and Eisenhower White House handshake with government officials of the two countries in the background, visit the Arlington soldier cemetery with military honors and wreath-laying ceremony by Adenauer, close-up of the wreath by Chancellor Adenauer.
(06: 22-08: 24) ruins after the 2nd World War, road transport in Berlin shortly after the 2. World War II (mostly bicycle), woman enters the Hotel Adlon, long queues in front of Lebensmittelasugaben, jump in the year 1953 with well stocked meat counters, passers-by VW Beetle, more Mercedes cars, running on the sidewalk before grocery store, showcase fashion, automotive shops, Ludwig Erhard at motor show, Berlin road with cars and trams, "End" is displayed.
(08:24-10:46)

Persons in the Film

Erhard, Ludwig Wilhelm; Eisenhower, Dwight David; Adenauer, Lotte; Joséphine Charlotte von Belgien; Cento; Johann von Luxemburg; Adenauer, Konrad

Topics

Diplomatie; Inventions; Gesellschaft; Industry; Theater (auch Musiktheater, Oper, Operette); 16 see book special films German weekly show GmbH

Type

Documentary

Translated by Microsoft Translator

Title:

Europamagazin II

Im Auftrag EWG-Brüssel (Other title)

Das Neue Europa Magazin Nr. 2 (copy title)

Country of Origin:
Federal Republic of Germany

Year of Production and/or Release

Runtime:
03.04.1953 - 01.06.1954

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