Welt im Film 318/1951 06.07.1951


01 updates soon a. Frankfurt: Socialists - Congress meeting of delegates from 34 countries. Several speakers. Carlo Schmid, great. Schumacher speaks, great. Writing SPD on wall, great. Schumacher alongside Ollenhauer, total.
(19 m) Munich: American recruitment of emigrated from Eastern countries men are attacked with call to report to the army. Military band playing on the road. Message of the volunteers and medical examination.
(20 m) c. Berlin: military concert of the "United Airforce band" military band playing. Helicopter lands in the Olympic Stadium. Conductor gets out of helicopters. People clapping, filling the screen. Boy conducts with big. Conductor bows, totally.
(36 m) 02. streiflichter from Germany a. Hallig Gröde: smallest school in the world of small girls, only one student of the Hallig goes to school. Gulls fly. Wife of Pastor teaches the child. Ball game in the yard. Girl sits on the edge of the boat and learn. Hallig landscape.
(19 m) b. Frankfurt: Sweep young people the United States back young people tell on Assembly of their experiences in America.
(14 m) c. Berlin: homing pigeon fanciers breeder takes pigeon from cage and attached slip with message. Pigeon flies and Lands outside window. Small elevator travels with Dove to Office, where women of the breeder reads the message.
(29 m) 03 Wimbledon: tennis tournament elegant spectators at arrival to the tournament. Liz Taylor, half-close. Gottfried von CRAMM enters the field of play. By CRAMM plays against Drobny and loses.
(29 m) 04. Berlin: Avus - race cars on the track. In the race of the formula II car, Paul Greifzu on BMW before Toni leads ELMS on Veritas. Cars in the elevated curve. Car turns and goes on. Toni must ELMS to change the tyre of the box. He moves back in the race. Winner Paul Greifzu goes through the target.
(41 m) 05. Hamburg: German Derby Derby place in Horn, total. Total viewers. Horses at the start. Man with binoculars. Start. Race, total. Mayor Brewer on grandstand, great. Running straight. Neckar takes the lead under Jockey Otto Schmidt. Neckar WINS. Winning horse after the race, half-close. Otto Schmidt, half-close. Neckar receives wreath.
(34 m) 06. Berlin: German Football Championship: FC Kaiserslautern - Preußen Münster 2:1 invasion of the teams in the Olympic Stadium. Greeting the captain Fritz Walter. Game. Young viewers are on head. Goalkeeper keeps. Spectators, half-close. In the second half, Prussia shoots Cathedral gate. Men with fanfares in the audience. Otmar Walter shoots the compensation 1:1 men with Vivil shields above the eyes. Kaiserslautern shoots that 2:1 players embrace. Presentation of the Cup (plate) to Fritz Walter. Players carried on shoulders.
(57 m)


Narration (English)

Persons in the Film

Brauer, Max ; Cramm von, Gottfried ; Ollenhauer, Erich ; Schmid, Carlo ; Taylor, Elisabeth ; Drobny, Jaroslav ; Greifzu, Paul ; Schmidt, Otto ; Ulmen, Toni ; Walter, Fritz ; Walter, Otmar


FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF GERMANY ; Hamburg ; Berlin ; Wimbledon ; Frankfurt ; Hallig Gröde ; Sicily ; Munich


Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Children ; Education, youth ; Football ; motor sports ; Musical events ; Political events ; Horse riding, horse racing (without harness) ; Reviews ; Schools, training ; Spoprt-Ehrungen ; sports audience, sports spectator ; sports facilities ; Tennis ; Animals (except dogs) ; Landscapes ; Military ; Military events ; Listener ; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen ; Military ; Sports honors ; aftermath of war


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Welt im Film 318/1951

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