Welt im Film 181/1948 12.11.1948


1st picture messages from Berlin Dr. Jessup, the American delegate to the Security Council of the United Nations in Berlin, big. He speaks at press conference. Empty train tracks. Blocking of the Neukölln Mittenwalde Schienenweges. Same pair of tracks ripped-off. Images from the Max Slevogt Memorial Exhibition. Close-up of Max Slevogt, who 80 years would have been painting. The Berliner Philharmoniker loaded their instruments. The Philharmonic at the airport before departure to England. Furtwängler and Celibidache, half-close.
(57 m) 2nd New York Columbia University: inauguration of Eisenhower catchment of professors. Eisenhower, half close, with a doctorate, at his inauguration as President of the University. Mrs. Eisenhower in addition to her son and his wife among those present, half-close. Eisenhower receives a key symbolic and takes the Chair of the President's place. Eisenhower delivers speech.
go (29 m) 03 dog - legged export Shepherd dogs on a leash. Child with hunting dog and Dachshund on a leash. Woman with Terriers in a kennel. Stafforshire Bull Terrier, great two Weimar hunting dogs, two fox terrier, Italian Greyhound, Boxer. Sheepdog in box with boys. Puppy will be weighed on the scale. Shepherd and dog run in a shipping crate. Three shepherds. Terrier on hind legs. A shepherd dog, big head.
(39 m) 04. London: England commemorates Lord Nelsons Nelson's column in Trafalgar Square. Arrival of Lord Mountbatten and Winston Churchill. The Duke of Gloucester is out front of flags, speech, holding unveiled the busts of Admiral Jellicoe and Beatty and lay down a wreath. Fleet parade.
(34 m) 05. streiflichter from Germany a. 25 years 25 years broadcasting broadcasting - radio car of the RIAS with reporter interview. Building of the NWDR. Building RIAS. Large antenna. Ceremony in the large Sendesaal of radio Frankfurt. Several speakers.
(26 m) b. Tutzing: production of Kleinstkamera production operations. Men with magnifying glasses at work. Camera on the wrist like a watch. Photos of Kleinstkamera compared to the stamp and enlarged.
(30 m) c. Hanover: mannequin school girl in makeup before flipping. Leg massage. Practicing walking and bowing.
(22 m) 6th Rheinland: A village moves to lignite promotion system. Map of village of Bottenbroich. Houses will be demolished and rebuilt. New residential development.
(23 m) 07 Paris: Wyschinskij at the UN Conference: for the 28th time "No" meeting of the Security Council. Sir Alexander Cadogan, England, speaks to a mediation proposal by six neutral countries in the Berlin crisis. Wyschinskij speaks actuality and rejects proposal. The American Representative Dr. Jessup's actuality. Vote. Nine countries voting for the resolution. Wyschinskij and Ukraine vote against it. Wyschinskij packed up his files and decreases with headphones.
(44 m)


Persons in the Film

Cadogan ; Celebidache, Sergiu ; Churchill, Winston ; Eisenhower, Dwight ; Eisenhower, John ; Eisenhower, Mamie ; Furtwängler, Wilhelm ; Gloucester von ; Jessup ; Mountbatten, Louis ; Slevogt, Max ; Wyschinsky


Rheinland ; Berlin ; London ; New York ; Tutzing ; England ; Hanover ; Paris


Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Railways ; Higher education ; Industry ; Women, mothers ; Musical events ; Press, press conferences ; Radio, television ; Shipping ; beauty care ; 99.412 Deutsche week show GmbH: State visits (outside) ; Animals (except dogs) ; UN ; Buildings ; Home ; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen ; Removal ; Exhibitions ; construction ; Mining ; Crew ; Anniversaries, Jubilees, birthdays ; Berlin blockade ; Industrial ; aftermath of war


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