Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 12/1950 18.04.1950
1 dismantling of the St. Louis Hotel ship which leaves St. Louis on the Elbe to the scrap yard.
(18 m) 02 Helgoland: setting the bombing of the rocks of the island of Heligoland. Bomb craters on the island. They lay flowers at crosses. Deep bomb crater and the remains of houses.
(34 m) 03 Adenauer in Berlin Adenauer's waving Hall of the AEG turbine factory. Adenauer and Reuter waving from stands. Adenauer speaking. Reuter says. Interview: my dear Berlin I "am deeply impressed by what I see here today. I had heard of the condition of this Hall. I know, at least approximately, how it looks in Berlin, but I tell you, this image this image-creating heads and creating hands here now, fills me with great confidence for Berlin's future and for our German future. We must be clear about it, that still tough times to come, but, Believe me, if we only To want, and if we persevere, we will create it, then our children can live safely back in a happier Germany." Interview: "we know exactly, is only helped us when we ourselves create the hands. We have done that. But you help, we make use of, which comes, and be sure we will be the Lord Chancellor and the Federal Government does not release. (Adenauer attacks Reuters hand - clapping) I will go to him and quote the Bible Word - I won't let you, you bless me for!
(67 m) 04 Mainz: inauguration of the Mainz-Kastel Heuss Rhine bridge and the French High Commissioner Francois Poncet go accompanied across the bridge. The fahnengeschmückte bridge. Girl presenting flowers. Cut Ribbon at opening ceremony.
(26 m) 5th United States: State visit of Chilean President Gabriel González Videla rolls out aircraft. 15s presents. Videla comes down stairs and is welcomed by Truman. Videla and Truman standing in car, hats waving to the people. Ride through the city. Videla standing waving from car.
(24 m) 6th United States: West Point cadets gymnastics tournament at the bars and trampoline.
(23 m) 07. Honolulu: ester Williams in Honolulu Esther Williams enters the canoe and drives it through the surf.
(22 m) 08 Buenos Aires: cattle show horses and bulls are performed at a cattle show.
(27 m) 9 London: baby polar bear at the Zoo of the keepers with the little polar bear on the arm. Polar bear wears baby.
(25 m) 10 Paris: demonstration against the publication of the memoirs of the Mussolini liberator Skorzeni applied mass run on the road. Chairs are carried from homes. Police officers with rubber truncheons. Scuffle.
(57 m) 11 - road cycling Paris-Roubaix bicycle riders on the track. Target. Dust-smeared winner.
(20 m) 12 PAU: car racing racing car on the road. Winding route. It wins Fangio / Argentina ahead of Villoresi / Italy.
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Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Buildings in Germany ; Demonstrations ; Domestic events ; filmmaking ; motor sports ; Police ; cycling ; Shipping ; 99.412 Deutsche week show GmbH: State visits (outside) ; Townscapes: Germany ; Animals (except dogs) ; Debris ; Gymnastics ; Landscapes ; Military ; Military events ; Agriculture ; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen ; Construction ; Agriculture ; Military ; 14 find book new German newsreel slow motion
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Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 12/1950
Die Zeit unter der Lupe (Other title)
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- Federal Republic of Germany
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- Title brand goodbye St. Louis camera: Juppe Helgoland camera: Meier Adenauer in Berlin camera: Obeng inauguration of the Mainz bridge camera: Basic, Stoll Chilean President in Washington origin: Metro West point-sportl. Training origin: Metro Esther Williams in Honolulu origin: Metro cattle show in Argentina origin: Gaumont bear baby in the London Zoo origin: Pathe news demonstration in Paris origin: Pathé journal 6-day race at the radio tower camera: Obeng, Juppe car race in Paris origin: Gaumont final brand
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