Welt im Film 297/1951 09.02.1951
01 after his trip to Europe: General Eisenhower, Congress reports rolling out aircraft. Eisenhower gets out of aircraft and Mamie Eisenhower with kiss and his son. Eisenhower speaks before Congress, half-close. Original sound. "We are not attempting to build a force that has any aggressive, any furniture purpose. We are concerned only with one thing. In a world in which the power of military might is still too much respected, we are going to build for ourselves a secure wall of peace."
(30 m) 02 updates soon a. 67th birthday Professor Heuss policeman faces Villa Hammerschmidt. Kid goes with flowers in the House. Granddaughter presented Heuss bouquet. Heuss desk, half-close. Close-up Heuss. Heuss Elly Heuss and granddaughter, great.
orphans come from aircraft (9 m) b. evacuation Korean orphans. Children sit on the floor and eat and play in the district.
(19 m) c. Delhi: Indian independence day President Rajandra Prasad on arrival, half-close. Prime Minister Pandit Nehru sitting, half-close. Parade. Troops on camels. Elephant, tank.
(20 m) d. Berlin: green week flowers. Ernst Reuter in addition to Bundesernährungsminister Niklas at opening, half-close. Chicks, cows, pigs and piglets, agricultural machinery in the exhibition.
(14 m) 03 Frankfurt: Ambassador meeting McCloy welcomes American Ambassador in the IG-Farben high building. McCloy, great at meeting. McCloy welcomes diplomats, original sound. "So, gentlemen, I wellcome you all to Frankfurt for another session of the meeting of the Western Ambassadors." McCloy and diplomats at the meeting table, half-close.
04. Milan: 50th death anniversary of Giuseppe Verdi a horse-drawn carriage, big wheels. Illuminated window behind balcony. Curtain is pulled. Verdi on deathbed. Unchanged establishment of his villa St. Agatha. His last wish on the desk. Elderly artists in a home donated by him. Image of Verdi. Notes. Tomb.
(42 m) 5th sport a. Hahnenklee: German Luge Championships Luger on the railway. Driving through curves. Start. It wins Albert Krauß, Hahnenklee. Ride through the target. Congratulations for Krauß and handing-over of Cup.
(19 m) b. Koblenz: Football: rapid Vienna TUS Neuendorf / Kaiserslautern 4-2 Paul Hörbiger meets the ball. Playback. Goalkeeper keeps. Shot on goal for the German combination. The Viennese front of the German goal. Spectators at the grandstand. Shot on goal.
(24 m) c. France: four-man World Championship tractors dragging bobs at the start. Start a competing. Ride. The German Bob starts with Anderl Ostler and Lorenz Nieberl. The German Bob WINS with track record. Ostler and his crew get the wreath and congratulations. Ostler and Nieboer, great. The winning team will receive in Garmisch. Drive car wreath by trellis by waving people (37 m) 06 Carnival, Carnival, Kehraus skier on the first meadow in costumes. Cannon fires. Parade in Munich. Charlie Chaplin on roller skates. Dancing couples on the street. Legs, great car. Men on Schaukelpferden. Hexentanz. Belly dancer on cars. Dance on Carnival party. The Cologne Cathedral rocks. Parade. Cardboard cutouts. German drinking songs on balcony.
Persons in the Film
Eisenhower, Dwight ; Eisenhower, Mamie ; Heuss, Theodor ; Heuss-Knapp, Elli ; Hörbiger, Paul ; McCloy, John ; Nehru, Indira ; Niklas ; Prasad, Rajandra ; Reuter, Ernst ; Verdi, Giuseppe ; Krauss, Albert ; Nieberl, Lorenz ; Ostler, Anderl
Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Bobsleigh ; India ; Carnival ; Children ; Carnival ; Football ; Parades ; Political events ; Police ; Tobogganing ; Spoprt-Ehrungen ; sports audience, sports spectator ; Dance ; Animals (except dogs) ; Buildings ; Korea ; Kissing, kissing scenes ; Agriculture ; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen ; NATO ; Exhibitions ; Anniversaries, Jubilees, birthdays ; Agriculture ; Sports honors ; aftermath of war
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Welt im Film 297/1951
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- Federal Republic of Germany
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