Can I buy new books with portraits of characters

New German newsreel 678/1963 25.01.1963

Subject indexing

01 Stuttgart. Portrait of Theodor Heuss on his forthcoming. 79 birthday - house, total. pan over bookshelf, back of Goethe's works, bildf., close, more book spines, bildf. - Sideways to character portrait of the mother, close, portrait of his wife, photo portraits see wife and daughter (?) On table, close. Written on the back of him. Books, close + large. - Heuss sits m-cigar next to the tea table and flips through the book, close + front large. Self-portrait of the young Heuss on the wall, large - Heuss is sitting at the desk in front of the bookcase, leafing through the book, smoking a cigar, sideways. large; writes on concept (memoir), smoking, sideways. + frontal, large. -

02. Berlin. Khrushchev at Checkpoint Charly. - (see UFA 339 - only insignificant deviations - Ulbricht not visible)

03. Berlin. Ice breakers are supposed to prevent people from escaping across the Havel. - Shield "Glienicke Bridge - Which gave it the name" Bridge of Unity, builds. also D. Wall, pulled barbed wire, created death strips and prevented so the unit ", great. - Sideways swing on bridge, section of bridge arch with inscription" bridge of the unit ", close. - Settings of active icebreaker, river section with drifting ice floes -

04. Paris. Adenauer to sign the contract in Paris. - Illuminated airport building at dusk, half total. Adenauer comes b. Dark Gangway down, half-sided. half-close, is greeted by men, half-close, goes on m. entourage, side. close, takes off his hat b. Pass d. Honor guard, side. close, honor guard + flags in front of the press building, half total. Adenauer stands next. some gentlemen behind the curtain. Microphone, frontal, close, reads words relating to the contract from the concept: "This is a world-historical event; I would like to emphasize the word 'very emphatically - it is a world-historical, a historical event!"

05. Paris. Press conference; de Gaulle rejects americ. Polaris missiles off. - Front. Rows of the conference hall and stage with speaking de Gaulle, side., Half-close, de Gaulle speaking, frontal, large (only brief interview), audience, side. half dead.

06. USA. Polaris submarines launched.

a. Portsmouth. Launch of the 16th Polaris nuclear powered submarine. - Ship on the pile with audience i. Front, champagne baptism by a lady, half-close, hint. End of boat b. Departure close, launch dead, seen from behind (only inside).

b. Groton, Connecticut. 17th Polaris submarine launched. - Champagne baptism d. Lady from high stand, half close, rear view of the launch, close, and side view with row of greeting sailors to d. Reeling, boat on the water, v. hint. seen, dead., anchor drop, half-close.

07. Russia. Ice fishing competition on the Moscow River. - Gr. Ice rink with a few men far away, angler chops with sitting on a pole. Pickaxe on the ice, big, another mans a primit with a hand crank. Drill into the ice, big, a man directs his fishing rod, close, angler crouches by the fireplace and puts sticks into it, close, 3 anglers sitting in a half circle at a picnic, close. Angel slingshot (?) Indicates, large, angler runs up and pulls the line with a larger fish from the ice hole, close, the twitching fish, close, angler carries a pole with many skewered fish over the ice surface, close. Angler collects very small fish from the ice and puts them in a glove, close. -

08. Holland. Skaters marathon. - Div. Once upon a time, of speeding over snow-free ice tracks on the lake and rivers and through canals surrounded by houses (with and without people trellis). The later winner Rainier Paping on a solo tour, farmhouse next to windmill in snowy plain, total. Some runners on track with snowdrifts. Queen Julian and Prince. Beatrix in furs are standing in front of helicopters with some gentlemen, they are smiling, close. Large crowd prevents view of the award ceremony.

09. Neumünster. Ice sailing. - Ice sailors start their ice yachts with a run-up, sideways. close. Div. Once a single sailor, close, some detail shots, including steering runners, driver close, front runners rise from the ground. -

10. Innsbruck. - Int. Luge on the "Igels" track. - Div. Once., A fall, long, toboggan slips neb. his toboggan and holds him tight, half-close, another fall, toboggan holds toboggan on the rope, close. - Route with a toboggan and a cable car crossing over it. Winner Max Leo, frontal, close, holding his sled in hand and grabbing the straps of his protective helmet. -

11. Kitzbuhel. Int. Hahnenkamm race. - Slalom: Third: Adolf Mathies, second: Guy Perillat. Seger: Ludwig Leitner smiling, big, frontal. - Departure: - feet b. Start, great. Div. Passages. Participants: Wagnerberger (5th) Hugo Nintel (2nd), Wolfgang Bartels (3rd), Egon Zimmermann wins. Zimmermann takes the overhang with d. Start number below. Support of a neb. standing man from him, frontal, great. rough

Origin / type of content

Start mark 7 m

Stuttgart: 79th b. Former Federal President Theodor Heuss
Camera: strong

East Berlin: Khrushchev a.d. Wall
Camera: Rieck, Pahl

Ice breaker on the Wannsee
Camera: Pahl jun.

Paris: Adenauer (original sound) at de Gaulle - de Gaulle against Polaris missiles
Origin: Pathé Journal

USA: Polaris submarines
Origin: Metro

USSR: Ice fishing
Origin: Sovkino

Holland: Marathon skating on Holland's canals
Origin: Polygoon

Neumünster: ice sailing on d. Einfelder See
Camera: Brandes

Innsbruck: boarding school, luge championship with I.
Camera: Vlasdeck, Hafner

Kitzbühl: Hahnenkamm race ski slalom + downhill
Origin: Austria

End mark 3.1


Current reports
A German professor, a lover of the fine arts, a friend of books, an admirer of Goethe, and a passionate draftsman in his spare time has lived in this house at Feuerbachweg 46 in Stuttgart for four years now. A man who spends his days quietly and secluded after the death of his wife, a writer, a politician whom Germany owes a lot to: Theodor Heuss. The former Federal President celebrates his 79th birthday on January 31st. Theodor Heuss was the first to take on the difficult task of representing a country that had nothing more than hope and goodwill when he took office. His memoirs he is working on will have a lot to tell us. - An event that brought the already world-famous Checkpoint Charlie worldwide publicity. The East Berlin visitor Nikita Khrushchev visited his own work: the Berlin Wall. The Soviet Prime Minister stood with Walter Ulbricht only a few hundred meters from the spot where the refugee Peter Fechter died six months ago. Khrushchev called the wall a success of communism - he was unaffected by the tragedies on the wall. According to him, the separation of German families is a minor matter. Khrushchev's followers in East Berlin spoke a lot about the unity of world communism at their party congress - there was hardly any mention of the unity of Germany!
- In order to make it impossible for the inhabitants of Central Germany to escape via the frozen border waters to West Berlin, the zone authorities have taken new measures. Icebreakers keep the line of flight between the zone and West Berlin open at all times so that no one escapes. - In a crucial week for the European Economic Community, Federal Chancellor Dr. Konrad Adenauer to President de Gaulle to sign a treaty that provides for close cooperation between Germany and France. Chancellor Adenauer said of this treaty: "(Original sound)" - The meeting with de Gaulle was overshadowed by the discussion that the French President had triggered by his clear no to England joining the EEC and French participation in a NATO nuclear force. Speaking at a press conference, de Gaulle said: "It will not be necessary to buy Polaris missiles as we have no submarines to fire them, nor nuclear heads to equip them.
- The negative attitude towards the new American strategy has no influence on American armaments projects. The 16th Polaris nuclear powered submarine has now been launched at the Portsmouth shipyard. On the same day in Groton - Connecticut - a sister ship, the 17th of its kind, was christened and launched. The 141 m long hull of the newest American Polaris submarine will then be equipped.

Sport in winter
What a real athlete is, their enthusiasm does not cool down even in winter.
Siberian cold and ice on the Moskva are no obstacles for a keen angler. First the ice cover is drilled, then the bottom line is laid out. In addition, the aim of this competition is to prove that winter fish bite particularly well. You can fish on the ice in places that are difficult to access at other times of the year, but claims that you catch bigger fish this way than in summer are certainly only angler's latin. There are no small fish for an angler.
- The famous Dutch marathon competition can only be held on the ice in freezing cold. This year over 10,000 ice skating enthusiasts took part, who quickly dispersed after the start. The eleventh "Elfstedentocht" led from Leeuwarden almost 200 km across frozen rivers, canals and lakes. When half the distance was covered, the sports teacher Rainier Paping took an intermediate sprint and increased his lead from kilometer to kilometer. The distance to his pursuers was at times 22 minutes. With minus 15 degrees and a strong headwind, only 56 runners reached the finish. Queen Juliana and Crown Princess Beatrix congratulated the winner, who was celebrated like a hero by the people of Leeuwarden.
- An almost lost sport was rediscovered this winter: ice sailing, which originated in East Prussia, is becoming more and more popular in northern Germany. An ice yacht regatta took place for the first time on the Einfelder See near Neumünster. Ice sailing requires strength and skill. With a single wrong steering movement, the driver risks neck, leg, mast and sheet breakage. The ice yachts, usually self-made, run on three runners. The rear skid is used for steering, which is connected to the steering wheel by a wire rope. An ice yacht achieves greater speed than the wind that drives it. In the winter of 1936, the famous German yacht "Silberstreifen" reached 130 kilometers per hour. - For the first time before the Olympic Winter Games in 1964, the Olympic toboggan run "Igels" was tested for suitability. Already during the training for the race for the honorary award of the city of Innsbruck there were record times and favorite falls. In the men's single races, 70 competitors, including participants from both parts of Germany, raced through the curves to test their skills with the best tobogganers in the world. Luge has gained traction since this discipline achieved the highest Olympic honors through programming at the 1964 Winter Games. Three Germans drove away from all competitors. Max Leo from Rottach-Egern was 2 seconds faster on his single-seater than the Polish world champion Jerzy Wojnar and set a new track record with 56.21 seconds - the German skiers managed to break into the Austro-French supremacy of alpine skiing. They caused a sensation at the Hahnenkamm race in Kitzbühl. The Swiss slalom specialist Adolf Mathies is only third on the treacherous course, which has left 70 dead. France's ex-world champion Guy perillat is like the downhill run by tenths of a second too slow. He ends up in second place. For the slalom bad luck on the Lauberhorn a week before, Ludwig Leitner on the Hahnenkamm is brilliantly compensated. The Klein-Walserthaler drives the best time and becomes the first German slalom winner in Kitzbühl. The steep descent with a difference in altitude of 868 meters all runners had to bend and break. In the tightly packed world-class field, the German runners did extremely well. Fritz Wagnerberger is fifth. Hugo Nintel's star as a downhill runner is rising steeply. The Tyrolean hairdresser relegates the German downhill champion Wolfgang Bartels to third place. Egon sweeps in the style of Toni Sailer. Carpenter to valley. He covers the three and a half kilometers long descent in the new record time of 2 minutes and 20 seconds. His narrow ski guide and the precisely set, long turns confirm the world champion. Egon Zimmermann remains Austria's ski ace.

People in the film

Bartels, Wolfgang; Adenauer, Konrad; Beatrice of Holland; Khrushchev, Nikita; Gaulle de, Charles; Heuss, Theodor; Juliana of Holland; Leitner, Ludwig; Leo, Max; Mathis, Adolf; Nintel, Hugo; Paping, Rainier; Perillat, Guy; Wagnerberger, Fritz; Carpenter, Egon


UNITED STATES ; Berlin ; Holland; Paris; Stuttgart; Russia; Innsbruck; Neumunster; Kitzbühel


Subject index newsreels; Libraries; Ice skating, art skating; Ice sailing; GDR / FRG border, borders; Fishing; Political events; Portraits; Press, press conferences; Tobogganing; Shipping; Ships ; Sailing ; Skiing, downhill skiing, ski jumping; Sports details, fouls; State visits (outside); Technology; Structures; Military; Winter pictures; Science; Aviation, Aviation; Atomic science; Spectators and audience; Fishing; Military; Technology; 14 Finding aid Neue Deutsche Wochenschau slow motion


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