UFA-Wochenschau 217/1960 20.09.1960
01 the Federal President in the explosive Berlin President Lübke Bellevue Palace. Ride in car. Willy Brandt welcomes Lübke. The German industrial exhibition visit Lübke and Brandt. Lahiri at Ernst-Reuter-Platz corner road, the June of 17. The Brandenburg Gate with guards.
(26 m) 2nd East Berlin: choice of Walter Ulbricht, the first Chairman of the Council of State after the death of Wilhelm Pieck Walter Ulbricht swears actuality: "I swear that I mean will force dedicated to the well-being of the German people, uphold the Constitution and the laws of the German Democratic Republic conscientiously fulfill my duties and practice justice against anyone." Girls of the FDJ bring flowers. Railway tracks ripped-off. Barbed wire. March Betriebskampfgruppen. Notaufnahmelager Marienfelde. Refugees. Barbed wire. Watchtower.
(26 m) 03. Congo: the army ruled red flag is obtained after the fall of Patrice Lumumba by the army. The new strong man, Colonel desire Mobuto. Soldiers and military vehicles in Leopoldville.
(28 m) 4 Curt Goetz + people on cemetery. Enlisting in condolence list. Funeral service. FLASHBACK: in film scene as Napoleon.
(49 m) 05. Berlin: Oakley fashion fashion photograph photographed model in an evening dress. Trick: Dresses long and short. Face painting, great. Fashion jewelry. Demonstration of Oestergaard fashion at the Hilton Hotel. Fashion photographer photographed. Evening dress with white fox fur. Tight long dress. Hats.
(28 m) 6th Salvadore Dali - jewelry heart pendant. Encircles the eye with brilliant-cut diamonds. Giant people bow down on stilts. Dali paints in Studio.
(20 m) 7th Holland: manufactured Rod long jump over trenches in workshop rods for the bar jump. Athletes run to, take the bar and jump over moat or ditch.
(18 m) 08 Cologne: International Athletics Sports Festival 100 m race women: Wilma Rudolph / United States WINS superior 11.6 sec. 100 m run men's: Armin Hary won in 10.3 seconds. Seye / France 10.5 sec. 400 m run men's: Carl Kaufmann takes the lead at the start. Otis Davis, United States / running, catching up. Both run concurrently through the target in the dead-heat in the same time. Close-up of businessman-Davis. 4 x 100 m relay men: season Germany of II with Firnhaberau, Gamper, Brück, run 40.4 sec. It wins the gold medal relay race with Culklman, Hari, milling village, Lauer 39.6 sec. Martin Lauer runs through the target. Winning season, great. Pole vault: Don Bragg / United States WINS with 4.48 m (27 m) 9 Hamburg: greyhound racing championship fifth place. Greyhounds are supervised and massaged. Dogs are used in the start box. Race, partly ZL behind the artificial hare. Barsoy race, Afghans - racing, Greyhound racing. Winners dog with wreath. Greyhound looks from car Windows.
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Sachindex Wochenschauen ; civil wars ; Dogs ; Political events ; Jewelry ; 99.412 Deutsche week show GmbH: State visits (outside) ; Deaths, funerals ; Unrest ; Art ; Works of art ; Athletics, jogging, fun run ; festivals ; Fashion ; Jobs ; Exhibitions ; Dogs ; transport
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- Title 7, 6 m Lübke in Berlin camera: Pahl, Jürgens Vereidigg. Walter Ulbrichts as Chairman of the Council of State origin: DEFA, remains in the Archive Berlin zone border camera: Pahl, Seib, Jürgens, Jansen Congo report origin: Act. Francais Curt Goetz camera: Pahl film snippet from "Napoleon is responsible for all" Oelstergaard fashions in the Hilton droppings., bln. camera: Jürgens Dali jewelry origin: No. do Dali exhibition origins: Pathe news Rod jumping in Holland origin: Polygoon int. Leichtathl.-Sports Festival in Cologne camera: strong, Rieck, Oelsner wind dog sledding in Hbg. camera: Seib, Brandes finally brand 3, 1 m
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