Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 202/1953 09.12.1953


01 Christmas - German cities in the Christmas lights of fishermen catch up with their networks. CARP in power. Fox Terrier, great. Black and white cat, great. Boys at Christmas. Candle making. Child's face and Advent Wreaths. Children from toy shop window. Christmas lights. Lighted Christmas tree.
(40 m) 2 Nuremberg: Toy cutter cuts out small car bodies. The small cars are injected. Assemble and test drive guided cars. Mouse dance Electric Railway runs. Packages piled with labels from all over the world.
(26 m) 03 Bermuda: Conference of Heads of Government and Foreign Ministers of the 3 powers on the airfield are Laniel, Eisenhower and Churchill. Eisenhower is out front of the stand. Billy Goat mascot of the soldiers. (Decision was taken at the Conference, making meeting of Foreign Ministers in Berlin). Laniel, Eisenhower and Churchill sit side by side.
(19 m) 04. Vienna: Changing of the guard of the occupying powers on Heroes square monument of Prince Eugene. Changing of the guard of the French by Russians. Russian soldiers present the rifle. French soldiers marching. French and Russian officers. Russians parading.
(16 m) 5th Japan: homecoming 811 Japanese prisoners of war from Siberia arrival of the KOAN Maru vessel in the port of Maizuru. Soldiers leaving ship. Patients are transported on wearing. Members embrace.
(? m) 06. Formosa: Syngman Rhee Tschiang Kai Schek visited from the United States air force aircraft is the Prime Minister of South Korea Syngman Rhee and is greeted by Chiang Kai Schek. Stepping off the front of the stand.
(17 m) 07. Rabat: Christmas of the Muslims men in white robes accompany the Sultan of Morocco, Mohammed Ben Arafa riding on a white horse to the mosque. Men bowing. Mohammed Ben Arafa drives in an open car. French General presented the congratulations of France.
(17 m) 08. Hamburg: Captain Carl Kircheiss + last shot of the visit: Carl Kircheiss loads his sailing yacht with supplies. He is sailing. Exit the sailing yacht for the ocean crossing.
(12 m) 9 Naples: Ingrid Bergmann plays the "Saint Joan" in the Opera of Paul Claudel and Arthur Honegger, directed by Roberto Rossellini Ingrid Bergmann scrolls in script. Close-up of Ingrid Bergmann. Scene cut. Ingrid Bergmann as "Saint Joan" at the stake.
(15 m) 10 Mexico: Carrera p Amerikana car racing car on the road. Car accident on the side of the road. At the sports car Porsche as the winner by the target drives. At the larger sports car win the Lancias / Italy. Winning driver will be embraced by women and kissed. Bremen: Arrival of Hans Hugo Hartmann, on Borgward shortly before the victory timed by 7 sec. was disqualified. Transparent welcome. Hartmann is worn with bouquet on shoulders. Dr. Borgward congratulates Hartmann. Staff of work claps.
(36 m) 11 Philadelphia: football marching army against marine soldiers of the Navy and the army. The Greek Royal couple Paul and Friederike as a spectator. General Ridgway and woman as a spectator. Billy goat and donkey mascot of the teams. Game scenes. Running, racing, traps. Navy brings a point. Soldiers looking to cheer. Army cadets run through the entire field. The army WINS with 20:7 (33 m) 12 England: baby boxes small boys fight in the boxing ring. Laughing audience. Bigger boys boxing wild to hitting.
(? m) 13 Berlin: Gustav Scholz triumphs over baby day by Gong knock out punch. Bubi Scholz boxes against the colored American Baby day. Scholz in the attack. Day bags together in the third round in the corner. Referee counts. Pretty spectator with earrings, wholesale. Day boxes continue and must accept heavy hits. The towel is thrown. Referee can continue to fight. Dayfällt to the ground. Spectators holding hand in front of face. Day turns back to the fight. But referee stops fight. Bubi Scholz and baby day after fighting side by side.
(34 m)

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Ben Arafa, Mohammed ; Bergmann, Ingrid ; Churchill, Winston ; Eisenhower, Dwight ; Friederike von Griechenland ; Kircheiss, Carl ; Laniel, Joseph ; Paul von Griechenland ; Ridgway ; Rhee, Syngman ; Tschiangkaischek ; Day, Baby ; Hartmann, Hans Hugo ; Scholz, Gustav


Vienna ; Bermuda ; Formosa ; Jamaica ; Japan ; Philadelphia ; Hanover ; Holland ; Nuremberg ; Hamburg ; Naples ; Addis Ababa ; Rabat ; Berlin ; Bremen ; England ; Mexico ; Morocco


Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Boxes ; Busts ; Monuments ; Children ; Football ; motor sports ; Night ; Parades ; Travel ; Shipping ; Toys, toys ; Sports details, fouls ; Spoprt-Ehrungen ; sports audience, sports spectator ; Animals (except dogs) ; Deaths, funerals ; War, prisoners of war ; Cultural events ; Mascot ; Military ; Christmas ; Foreign policy events ; Crew ; Football ; Military ; Sports honors ; 14 find book new German newsreel slow motion


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Weekly Newsreel

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Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 202/1953

Die Zeit unter der Lupe (Other title)

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Initial brand camera: Essmann Christmas lights i. Germany camera: Essmann, strong made in Germany camera: Kang Nuremberg toy camera: Kang Conference a.d.Bermudas origin: Gaumont changing of the guard in Vienna origin: Austria Syngman Rhee - Tschiang Kai Shek origin: Metro Christmas d.Mohamedaner origin: Gaumont farewell to Captain Kircheiss origin: Archive Ingrid Bergmann as "Saint Joan" origin: SEDI sports: Carrera Panamericana - race and receiving f. Borgwardfahrer Hartmann camera: Luppa origin: Mexico of Boxbabies among themselves and boxes: Bubi Scholz - baby day camera: Obeng origin: Pathe news football Philadelphia origin: Metro final brand

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