Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 279/1955 03.06.1955


01 Bonn: Foreign policy parliamentary debate at the lectern Konrad Adenauer actuality: "if we didn't have the Paris treaties, there never would have been a quadripartite Conference on our reunion. Ladies and gentlemen, how can it because a country expected to, after it has closed just these contracts, to say - now I stop - and the other parties agree, that we stop. Where's, ladies and gentlemen, that international confidence in our policy." Strong applause of the deputies. Erich Ollenhauer actuality: "when are you finally ready to consider whether there is not another way here, to accomplish two things myself at least: 1 Germany's unity in freedom, and 2. the incorporation of Germany, the reunified Germany in a system of collective security." Clapping.
(35 m) 02. England: victory of the Conservative election campaign, with Winston Churchill as a speaker at public meeting and Clement Attlee in the midst of people. Ballot papers are poured from urn and counted out. Newspaper headlines. People on the street clapping at the announcement of election results. The solemn face of the loser Attlee. Sir Anthony Eden as the brilliant winner.
(14 m) 03. Vienna: World Congress of the Federation of free trade unions breakdown from WIB 153 / 3: in Congress Trade Union delegations from around the world. Federal President grains at lectern, big, opening speaker. Chancellor Raab at the lectern. The delegation of Germany's DGB. Participants from Japan and the 3rd world. (here somewhat shorter)
(16 m) 04. Belgrade: Bulganin and Khrushchev in negotiations with Tito for the purpose of joining the Eastern Alliance Tito salute goes to building. Bulganin and Khrushchev to enter building. Delegations of the countries in the Conference Hall. Compared with Bulganin, Khrushchev and Tito sit.
(14 m) 05. Bochum: upper Silesians day - displaced persons meeting March displaced persons associations with chapel, costume, and emblems. Federal Minister for all-German Affairs, Jakob Kaiser gets presented by young girl braided wreath with ribbons and puts on him.
(15 m) 06. France: uranium mine miners examine rocks with Geiger counters. Removal under the Earth. Geiger counter fails. Water in the shaft. Cage moves up. Bailey returns to his house and is greeted by women.
(22 m) 07 France: parachute jump by 7 parachute man kill parachute. In plane before take-off. Cameramen. Jump from sports machine. 7 parachute unfold one after the other. Happy landing.
(19 m) 08 India: end of Ramadan Muslims pray kneeling facing to the East. After the end of the fasting period is eaten again.
(12 m) 09 Madrid: bull fighting entering the Bullfighter. Audience claps. Bull fighting. The bull casts the torero to ground and is distracted by fighters. Then he throws horse to the ground. Exhausted the Bullfighter gives the Deathblow.
(20 m) 10 Belgian Congo: visit King Baudouin pretty smiling young Negress, great. Baudouin as spectators at the demonstration of dances. Drummers. Young men and girls dancing.
(19 m) 11 Italy: beauty care with vegetables vegetables is rotated by machine. Beauty salon, customer receives mask from cucumber and lemon slices. It is grated vegetables.
(16 m) 12 Hamburg: German Handball Championship: police Hamburg - Bayer Leverkusen Hamburg storms. Goal throw. Enthusiastic spectators. Leverkusen throwing gate. Game scenes. Half-time score 8:7 for Leverkusen. Parades of the two goalkeepers in close-up. Audience clapping. After the regular season, it's 12:12 and it comes to the extension. Game scenes Hamburg shows the better condition and WINS. Viewer storm at the end of the game on the square.
(38 m) 13 England: Epsom Derby viewers image filling. Arrival of Queen Elizabeth and the Queen Mother on the Racecourse. Start. Race the horses from the front and in the bow. Pan slippers composed down the stretch at the top, because chasing from behind, bringing over all the horses, the French horse Phil Drake at the top, catch Pan slippers from the finish and WINS in tremendous spurt. In the gallery without enthusiasm of Queen Elizabeth. Winning horse in a ring surrounded by audience. Jockey descends and takes off the saddle.
(37 m)

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Adenauer, Konrad ; Attlee, Clement ; Baudouin I. von Belgien ; Bulganin ; Chruschtschow, Nikita ; Churchill, Winston ; Eden, Anthony ; Elizabeth von England ; Elisabeth II. von England ; Kaiser, Jakob ; Körner, Theodor ; Raab, Julius ; Tito, Josip ; Vincent, René


France ; Vienna ; Italy ; Leopoldville ; Bonn ; Belgrade ; India ; Belgian Congo ; Bochum ; England ; Hamburg ; Epsom


Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Handball ; skydiving, skydiving ; Political events ; Horse riding, horse racing (without harness) ; Religious events ; beauty care ; Sports details, fouls ; sports audience, sports spectator ; 99.412 Deutsche week show GmbH: State visits (outside) ; Dance ; Distributed ; Elections ; Mine ; Trade unions ; 14 find book new German newsreel slow motion


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Weekly Newsreel

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Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 279/1955

Die Zeit unter der Lupe (Other title)

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Title: Bonn debate camera: Stoll English elections origin: Pathé news trade unions World Congress i. Vienna origin: Austria Russian delegation to Tito origin: Novosti o schlesier day in Bochum camera: Luppa uranium occurrences i. France origin: Gaumont parachutist i. France origin: Gaumont Ramadanfest i. India origin: Gaumont bullfighting origin: No.-do Negro dance origin: Belgavox vegetable cleanse origin: iNcom handball: Hbg. police Bayer Leverkus.
Camera: Stoll Epsom Derby origin: Pathé news final

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