Welt im Film 335/1951 03.11.1951
01. the day the United Nations soldiers from 19 Nations, who have fought in Korea, will be honored. Move over soldier faces, big. Dean Acheson, in the raincoat, speech holds, half close to the original sound. Berlin and Düsseldorf: Children receive clothing from UNICEF. Boy, that's great. Packages are made up. Children receive shoes and clothing. Try on. UNICEF poster, great.
(38 m) 02 Churchill WINS in the English Campaign people go to polling station. Counting of the votes. Illuminated Piccadilly. Screen, people waiting for election results. Announcement of the results with the victory of the conservatives. People cheering. Attlee, great. Churchill goes through cheering crowds, half-close. Churchill next to his wife, half-close.
(25 m) 03 updates soon a. maneuvers of the armed forces of the Atlantic Pact in the Mediterranean war ship to sea. Helicopter landing on aircraft carriers. Eisenhower aircraft carrier Roosevelt. Airplanes drop missiles. Eisenhower on the railing, large.
(18 m) b. Canada: State visit of Princess Elisabeth and Prince Philip Elisabeth and Philip ride waving in a wagon, half-close. Indians perform dance. Elizabeth and Philip on grandstand, half-close. Elizabeth and Philip in thick coats as a spectator at car race in snow and mud.
(21 m) 04. Munich: traffic education moving to Munich. Death rides a horse. Men wear crosses. Smashed cars hangs on tow truck. Children receive traffic instruction in school and learn traffic rules with toy cars.
(21 m) 05. streiflichter from Germany a. circus Apollo at customs inspection trip to Italy of customs officer looks into wagons of Ballet girls and controlled Paß. Control monkeys, horses, llama, bears. Bear gives Customs officers hand. Circus car.
(25 m) b. Hamburg: fashion velvet mannequin with velvet Hat front mirror. Long velvet gloves. White velvet hat with a black veil. Velvet shawl with sleeves.
(23 m) c. Munich: the "White Horse Inn" at the theater am Gärtnerplatz curtain opens. Scenes from the "Weisses Rössl". Dance on the stage. Dancing waiters. Singing "In the White Horse Inn", original sound.
(26 m) 06. sport a. Berlin: ice hockey in the Sports Palace game in the illuminated Palace of sport. Enthusiastic spectators. Game in front of goal.
(15 m) b. Munich-Ingolstadt: NSW - speed record racing motorcycle with side-car is preheated before starting. Hermann Böhm rises in motorcycle, half-close. Racing moves. Exit, close to half and totally. Man on measuring instruments. Hermann Böhm is embraced by his wife after new world record of 248 km/h, big. Record of a Kleinstrennwagens 500 cc with 254 kilometres per hour.
(23 m) c. Leverkusen: Bayer Leverkusen – red-white meal 1:1 game, half-close. Food attacks. Goalkeeper keeps. Young audience, great. Leverkusen shoots 1:0 play on the ball. Goalkeeper blocks. Spectators blowing Horn. In the 2nd half, eat shoots the compensation.
(29 m) c. Frankfurt: six days Mayor Kolb will start the race. Ride. Drivers in banking. Slow ride during breaks. Driver feet on handlebar. Hunting.
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Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Viet Nam ; Children ; Football ; motor sports ; Musical events ; Night ; Medals, awards, honors ; Cycling ; Shipping ; Schools, training ; Sports details, fouls ; sports audience, sports spectator ; sports facilities ; 99.412 Deutsche week show GmbH: State visits (outside) ; Cities ; Dance ; Animals (except dogs) ; UN ; automotive engineering, automotive ; Maneuver ; People ; Transport: General ; Elections ; Welfare, aid agencies, care ; Circus ; Customs ; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen ; Fashion ; NATO ; Hockey ; Anniversaries, Jubilees, birthdays ; aftermath of war
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Welt im Film 335/1951
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