Tonwoche № 411 (1938)

Newsreel №63903, 2 parts, duration: 0:16:26, black-white
Production: UFA

Reel №1

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The funeral of the industrialist, "coal Baron" Emil Kirdorf in Gelsenkirchen.

Views mine, standing in mournful silence the miners.

On a city street decorated with Nazi flags, drove the car with Hitler, who came to the funeral.

Hitler lays a wreath at the tomb of Kirdorf.

He made the Eulogy on the merits of the deceased.

On a cushion rewards tycoon, wreaths, on one the inscription "Hermann Goering".

Hitler expresses condolences to the bereaved family.

Funeral procession goes through the city, it has a lot of miners.

The sculpture of Myron "discus thrower", which acquired Germany.

There are many copies of the sculpture, but they are all corrupted.

Most known copies are in the British Museum, the Vatican and Rome.

View of the sculpture in the British Museum with a restored head and hand.

Copy, which for a long time was in Italy in a private collection, with the agreement of Mussolini, was returned to Germany.

Closeups of the sculpture.

Regatta on the Elbe near Hamburg.

Port command launches the old tradition carried out a 15-kilometer race on the Elbe.

People on the deck tourist boats waving their hands in greeting.

Promotional story for the newspaper, which gives the coverage of the court hearings.

Listen to the case against the wife who beats her husband (game scene).

At the Studio in Babelsberg film Director Karl Ritter film "For honour" (the name in French).

The Director explains the task of the actors in the crowd scenes, depicting soldiers.

A man with a firecracker.

Filming, the operator of the camera.

The announcer reports that in areas where the "Bolsheviks", they destroy everything.

The local population is forced to flee the city and hide in caves.

People with children sit on the ground, cook on fire.

Paris celebrates the date of July 14.

Along the Champs Elysees marching troops in the old form past the arc de Triomphe.

There is a parade in honor of Bastille.

President Lebrun takes the salute.

Marching past the grandstand the men..

Marching soldiers.

Flypast over Paris.

Visible from the height of the Eiffel tower and arc de Triomphe.

Key words

Germany, 1938, the funeral ceremony, personalii, mine, Hitler
Germany, 1938, art, sculpture, a copy of
Germany, 1938, sport, regatta
Germany, 1938, the press, the court
Germany, 1938, movie, Studio, film crew, personnel
Spain, 1938, the civil war, the population of the cave
France, 1938, celebration, parade, costume parade, statesmen, personalities, aviation

Reel №2

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Competition divisions of the SA. Cavalry competitions in the area, riders overcome obstacles.

Rodeo on rough terrain.

Swimming competition in the pool, among the spectators many soldiers.

At the Olympic stadium in Berlin were competitions in athletics: long jump, hurdles.

View of the stands with spectators, "living picture" of the spectators - the swastika.

The winner in the race.

British Royal couple visit France.

The view of the river and the Admiralty yacht.

On the pier a large crowd, an orchestra.

George VI in naval uniform coming down the ramp, welcomed the officers, is the sailors.

George VI and Queen Elizabeth travel by train to Paris, they are greeted by President Lebrun.

They bypass the assembled diplomats, sit in the car.

The car with the Royal couple, accompanied by equestrian escort rides around the arc de Triomphe.

In the sky flying airship.

The procession moves across the bridge and headed to the presidential residence.

The Royal couple, accompanied by the President and the first lady enter the building.

Key words

Germany, 1938, SA, competitions, sports, cavalry, motorcycles, swimming, athletics
France, 1938, sovereigns, personalities, statesmen, Navy civilians, diplomats, airships

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