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[Exit from Church; Rosenmontag Floats]
|Date||28 February 1938||ID||9316|
This film begins by showing a congregation leaving a church in a rural village. The next sequence shows scenes at a 'Rosenmontag' street carnival in 1938, with parade floats and marching bands. The film has intertitles throughout.
[Athletics Display; Fire and Gas Practice]
Several men address a group of young men and women before they take part in athletic events on a playing field. The next film shows a group of male and female fire fighters training to put out a fire in a barn and rescue personnel.
[Compilation: Two Coastal Command Operational Films]
This film includes sequences from two Coastal Command Operational Films, the first: 'Coastal Command Operational Film No. C8 - Attack by Beaufighters on enemy convoy off the Frisian Islands 6.7.44' and the second 'Coastal Command Operational Film No. C12 & C13 Beaufighters attack enemy convoy off Dutch coast 5353N. 0755E. 21.7.44'.
[Lt M. C. Grant in the Army and Skiing]
Scenes at Dover where a ferry to Calais is being loaded. Lt M.C. Grant and other soldiers are seen at the Harbour. There are various scenes of their travels through France and Italy, showing the Alps with panoramic views of the mountains, and Lt. Grant skiing. There are also scenes of military vehicles.
[Visit to Belgium and Germany]
Colour amateur footage of a trip to Belgium and Germany shortly after the end of the Second World War. The film, which has intertitles, contains images of bomb-damaged Köln, Frankfurt and Hamburg.
Europe June 1953 [part 2]
The second part of Mr and Mrs Gowlland's record of their holiday with friends, touring around Europe in their car. In this part they continue their travels through Austria, visiting Arlberg in the Tyrol, and on to Cologne in Germany.
[Christmas Trip to Camps]
Scenes at a refugee camp in Germany, where a visitor dressed as Father Christmas hands out gifts to the children and their parents in World Refugee Year (1959-1960).
No Man is an Island [World Refugee Year]
The lives of refugees in unofficial DP camps and TB sanitariums before and after charitable donations and social work, produced in World Refugee Year (1959-1960).
Christmas in the Refugee Camps; The Universal Uncle [History of Writing?]
Scenes at three refugee camps in Germany, where a visitor dressed as Father Christmas hands out gifts to the children and their parents during World Refugee Year (1959-1960). Included are views of the camps and inhabitants and a settlement under construction.
Universal Uncle no. 6 [Refugee Camps] [History of Writing?]
|Date||[1959 - 1960?]||ID||7059|
A reporter from Southern Television follows Peter Woodeye on a trip through refugee camps in Germany from Jersey to Lyubech. Included is footage of refugees and their housing, existing and under construction, in World Refugee Year (1959-1960).
The Prince Abroad
This black and white film shows highlights of the Whitgift School Dramatic Society's 15 day tour of Southern Germany and to Ostend, Belgium in May 1960. Highlights of sections of the performances of Hamlet are shown, as are pre-show preparations in wardrobe and make up, along with the group on leisure and sightseeing activities.
[Holiday to Turkey by Car]
On a holiday to Turkey, a family visit several countries including Austria, Germany and Italy. On their journey, they visit a former Second World War concentration camp, several mosques and explore round Venice.
The Displaced Persons [BBC TV]
Eastern European refugees, still living in camps or as "freelivers" in Germany are the subject of a BBC documentary from 1964.
[Our Holiday in Austria]
Inspired by the Sound of Music, Michael Gillings and his wife visit Austria, traveling through Europe by coach on a £19 package holiday, to visit towns, lakes and mountains, in 1965.
[Air Display; German Holiday[?]]
A compilation showing an aircraft at high altitude (glider?) with a parachutist leaving the aircraft; Several German light aircraft "D-EBLP", "D-EALC" on a runway; views of the Hermann monument [Hermannsdenkmal] or Arminius Monument in the Teutoburg Forest region of Germany. Several domestic scenes of the children swimming in an outdoor pool close the film (continued on tid 7299).
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