UFA-Dabei 870/1973 27.03.1973


1st inauguration of the Eider dam and review of 1962 Prime Minister G. Stoltenberg. Speech interview: "the Eider barrage we pass the most important piece of our general plan"Dyke reinforcement, Dyke shortening and coastal protection", his determination today. Our thoughts go to the North Sea back to that 16 and 17 February 1962, when the heavy storm surge threatened Nord-Friesland, Dithmarschen and the Elbe marshes. Broken and half-destroyed dikes, behind which the houses at Husum in the North of Eiderstedt, in Büsum and in many other places, almost as if by a miracle were unscathed. We realized then that we were - escaped only by a whisker of a severe disaster a worse fate than our neighbouring city Hamburg." Women in traditional costumes. Lauritzen and Ertl, half total. Recorded in 1963 by storm surge UFA 291/2 aerial photographs of Frederick city. Fishing trawler in the harbour. Aerial photographs over the provisional transport bridge and the new dam. Construction site. Trawlers and other vessels pass through the lock in the river Eider, pedestrian walk on the new dam.
(92 m) 02 Düsseldorf: 35 shoe fair trick shot: walking shoes alone. Men's shoes: Doppelsohlig, part of the braid. Fashionable women's shoes but anatomically correct. Slippers, leisure and sport shoes. Women's high-heeled pumps. Shoes with platform soles. Women's feet without shoes.
(59 m) 03 Hamburg and Berlin: children's playgrounds breakdown from El Mundo 547 / 1 - here awhile: streets from above. Children play on the footpath "Gummibandtwist". Little boys play soccer on the walkway and on the road. A children's Playground between the houses. Children's drawings, as a children's playground should be. Children build a hut on a playground. Between the modern apartment blocks large outdoor playgrounds with swings, climbing frame, etc. Toddlers in the sandbox. Children tell what must be a children's playground, o-ton: "if I could, I'd have less parking, make but more playgrounds. Because it Very much many children on the road to life come, because they have no place to play."-"forest would have to be to climb and camp fires. "A large lawn, there ought to be no guards and a Creek to the fishing."-"my playground should look like: slide, swing, toilets, wood and tool, old car, climbing tree, water pillow, sand boxes, football field, table tennis, ice rink and skating rink."-"I've seen how some children in the street dirt must play. I would like to ask the Mayor to build a playground. You can quietly spend the few thousand mark, because you have for guns. Road construction and homes money. But, don't think that you can turn the oldest boards to us."
(63 m) 04 Düsseldorf: Shirley Bassey Shirley Bassey observed during the rehearsal. Half total, drink coffee, powder your nose. sings. In the break with husband Sergio Novak.
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Bassey, Shirley ; Ertl, Josef ; Lauritzen, Lauritz ; Novak, Sergio ; Stoltenberg, Gerhard


FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF GERMANY ; Düsseldorf ; Hamburg ; Federal Republic of Germany


Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Buildings in Germany ; Customs ; Children ; Fish ; Musical events ; Portraits ; Costumes ; parts of the body: eyes, noses, mouths, ears, beard, hands, legs ; aerial photographs ; Construction ; Exhibitions ; construction ; transport


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Weekly Newsreel

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UFA-Dabei 870/1973

UFA-Wochenschau (Other title)

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Federal Republic of Germany

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Inauguration of the Eider Dammmes camera: fire (storm surge 1962 archive material) 35.Schuh-Messe in Düsseldorf camera: Luppa city as Spielraum(Kinderspielplätze) camera: Rückert Shirley Bassey camera: Luppa at the beginning and end of total length

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