Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 483/1959 01.05.1959
01 Bonn: German President Heuss calls for donations for the Müttergenesungswerk collection 10th may Mommy needs holiday. Heuss be presented flowers.
(12 m 2) Warsaw: meeting of Foreign Ministers of the Eastern bloc Chinese delegation upon arrival as a guest participant. Gromyko gets out of car. Subject: Preparations for the Geneva Conference.
(12 m) 03 South-East Asia: India's President Prasad visited Viet Nam, Cambodia and Laos Hanoi: a ride through cheering crowds in North Vietnam Prasad in addition to Ho Chi Minh. Waving with flags. Brother Kiss, crowd. Cambodia: Visit the ruins of Angkor. Phnom Penh: the Royal Ballet dances In the Palace. Feast. The Queen of Cambodia stresses the friendship with India. Fireworks.
(38 m) 04 United States: new nuclear submarine spring beetles nuclear submarine ride. Indoor shots. Emergence.
(12 m) 05 France: Storm surge on the Seine In the Seine estuary is produced twice a year a storm surge. High waves more banks. Curious retreat. (10 m) 6th Lübeck: teen fashion show young people in band play: drums, banjo, clarinet, cello. Young people demonstrate fashions. Young viewers. Locker room. Young man with umbrella. Demonstration of ready-made.
(37 m) 7 Hanover: industrial fair in 1959 woman with a catalog. Long shot. Parking. Humbold Deutz. Erhard goes to exhibition opening. As visitors of the refugee Minister of Pakistan Azam Khan. Rotary Pavilion. Machines, spinning wheels. Chain crank mechanism. Presses of plastic cups. Sink, Chair, plexiglass roof tile. Welding of liquid packaging. Electronic computer robot. Turbo Jet engine.
(62 m) 8 Rome: Youth for housewives case exercises, gymnastics, fight attacks.
(16 m) 09 Esslingen: canoe slalom on the Neckar breakdown from UFA 144/11 - here something shorter: canoeing in whitewater over Weirs. Capsize, righting again. Empty boat drifting in the water. Manfred Vogt world champion in a folding kayak along the route. Winner is Ernst Gierer (22 m) 10 Scotland: play for the Scottish Cup to Aberdeen - St. Mirren 1:3 spectators total. St. Mirren shoots 1-0 through Bryceland. 2nd half: St. Mirren shoots 2 more goals to 3-0. Shortly before the end of the game, Baird shoots the Ehrentor for Aberdeen. Jubilation. Cup will be presented.
11 Bochum: Amateur road race Grand Prix of Bochum mass start. Cyclists with breakdown. Ride through the streets of the city. Dense field. Bent wheel. Spurts. In the final sprint, overhauled the previous Bernd Richter Wolf Jürgen Edler / Berlin and WINS. Finishing for Wolf Jürgen of Edler.
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Azam, Khan ; Erhard, Ludwig ; Gierer, Ernst ; Heuss, Theodor ; Ho Chi Minh ; Philip Mountbatten von Edinboroug ; Prasad, Rajandra ; Edler, Wolf-Jürgen
Hanover ; Lübeck ; France ; United States ; Warsaw ; Viet Nam ; Cambodia ; Laos ; Scotland ; Italy ; Esslingen ; Bochum ; Hanoi
Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Jazz ; Judo ; Disasters ; Football ; natural disasters ; Paddle ; Political events ; Cycling ; Shipping ; Ships ; 99.412 Deutsche week show GmbH: State visits (outside) ; People ; Welfare, aid agencies, care ; Fashion ; Exhibitions ; 14 find book new German newsreel slow motion
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Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 483/1959
Die Zeit unter der Lupe (Other title)
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- Federal Republic of Germany
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- Opening title Heuss and Catastrophies camera: Luppa bloc Conference in Warsaw origin: Polkronika Prasad in Southeast Asia origin: film Section Skysjack submarine origin: Metro storm surge on the Seine origin: Eclair teen fashions, Lübeck camera: Seib German industrial fair in Hannover camera: Seib Judo school for ladies, Rome origin: iNcom canoe slalom b. Esslingen camera: strong, Hafner soccer: Aberdeen/St. Dirren origin: Pathe news Amat.-Straßenradrennen/Gr.Pr.v. Bochum camera: Luppa, Basic end title
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