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Wiesbaden Germany 1937 stock footage and images

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The Wiesbaden spa, Kurhaus hall, Kaiser Friedrich Therme and Bad Homburg spa in Wiesbaden, Germany.

Tourist destinations and architecture in Germany. Kurhaus hall of Wiesbaden seen. A fountain in front of the hall. People walk on a street. People at a healing spring, at spas and at Kaiser Friedrich Therme in the Kurhaus hall. People at the Bad Homburg spa. A mineral water spring in Kurhaus. Horses and deer in a field. A man feeds the deer. Spectators watch a tennis match. Men shoot rifles in the match. Buildings and trees in the background.

Date: 1937
Duration: 3 min 19 sec
Sound: No
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
 
The Wiesbaden Spa, Lorelei Rock, Castle Gutenfels and a vineyard alongside the river Rhine, Germany.

Tourist destinations and architecture in Germany. A bridge on the river Rhine. The Wiesbaden Spa alongside the river Rhine. A ship under a bridge. Lorelei Rock, buildings and Castle Gutenfels near Rhine. Women work in a vineyard on the sloping banks of the river. A ship reaches the bank of the river.

Date: 1937
Duration: 2 min 26 sec
Sound: No
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
 
Views of Wiesbaden and Mainz, Germany, at end of World War II in Europe. German soldiers being relocated.

Opening slate reads April 17, 1945, Wiesbaden, Germany. A brick building in Wiesbaden with large arrow pointing downstairs, labeled "LSR"meaning Luftschutzraum (Air-raid room). Signpost in front of a building with damaged roof, reads,"Radfahr-weg" (bicycle path). Below it an American army sign reads "WP-Water Point." U.S. soldier directs military vehicles, carrying surrendered German soldiers, as they cross the Rhein (Rhine) river, from Wiesbaden to Mainz on a pontoon bridge. The dome of Christuskirche (Christ Church) across the river, dominates the skyline

Date: 1945
Duration: 1 min 24 sec
Sound: No
Color: Color
Clip Type: Unedited
Language: None
 
 
U.S. President John F Kennedy arrives at the U.S. Military Hotel General Von Steuben in Wiesbaden Germany

A U.S. Army VH-3A helicopter lands on the lawn of the Hotel General von Steuben, in Wiesbaden, Germany. A crowd of spectators stands across the drive from the hotel lawn, constrained by German policemen. U.S. Air Force Military policemen stand guard on the nearer side of the drive. Soon the Presidential VH-3 helicopter, Marine One, lands on the lawn. It displays the Presidential seal and that of the Military District of Washington, DC. Next, President John F. Kennedy is seen walking past the Army helicopter and into the U.S. Military's Hotel General von Steuben. He is accompanied by German Chancellor, Ludwig Erhard, U.S. Secretary of State, Dean Rusk and U.S. Army Aide, Brigadier General Chester V. Clifton, along with a phalanx of Secret Service Agents. Other officials look out from a dining room window of the hotel as the Presidential party arrives. (Note: In the 1950s, the U.S. built three large military hotels in Wiesbaden. In 1951,a star-shaped Hotel [the American Arms] was built on Frankfurter Strasse. In 1955, the 9-story Amelia Earhart Hotel was opened. It was a utilitarian structure, with row after row of windows. President Nixon once stayed there. It closed in 1995. The General von Steuben Hotel, depicted in this film, was the newest, built in 1956, on Auguste Viktoria Strasse, near the train station. It is now a commercial hotel, "the Dorint Hotel Pallas Wiesbaden." )

Date: 1963, June 26
Duration: 1 min 52 sec
Sound: No
Color: Color
Clip Type: Unedited
Language: None
 
 
Lieutenant General Lauris Norstad arrives at Wiesbaden Air Force Base, Germany

Project Cirrus, Wiesbaden, Germany. Honor Guard and a band await the arrival of a dignitary at Wiesbaden Air Force Base. United States C-54 aircraft lands and taxis before a group of officers, door opens and ramp wheeled in place. Lieutenant General Lauris Norstad, Deputy Chief Allied Forces, Norwegian General Oen leave the plane. Major General Truman H Landan, Deputy Commanding Officer, USAFE ( United states Air force in Europe ), Lieutenant General Robert W Harper, USAFE, Colonel Rich, chief of Staff 12th Air Force and Colonel Roberts, Commanding Officer Wiesbaden Air Force Base greet the dignitaries as photographers take pictures. Dignitaries salute, ranks of colors and band. Officers review honor guard, get into a car and it moves away.

Date: 1951, September 27
Duration: 2 min 33 sec
Sound: No
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Unedited
Language: None
 
 
Adolf Hitler opens the 1937 International Automobile Exhibit in Berlin, Germany.

Adolf Hitler at opening of the International Auto Show in Berlin on 20 February 1937. He strolls along a street, past a military honor guard. He is accompanied by several Storm Troopers (Sturmabteilung). Hitler walks up to and shakes hands with members of a German motorcycle racing team, standing next to their machines. He then greets and shakes hands with three racing car drivers standing near their machines. View of crowd enthusiastically greeting Hitler. Next, the racing cars drive along the street, followed by Hitler and companions in his Mercedes-Benz W150 770 Paradewagenen. The rest of his entourage follows in open staff cars. Glimpse of Military honor guard presenting arms in salute. View of the motorcade driving toward the camera, along the Unter den Linden, with the Brandenburg Gate in the background. Spectators line the sidewalks. The motorcade passes a long line of German military motorcyclists standing next to their machines. The motorcade stops there where Hitler steps from the lead car and crosses the street to enters the building housing the Auto Show, which is guarded by black uniformed SS troops standing along the sidewalk. Images of the Berlin 1937 Auto Show illustrated Posters advertising the "Internationale Automobil und Motorrad Ausstellung" (International automobile and motorcycle exhibition). Poster shows stylized artistic drawings of cars and sketch of the Brandenburg Gate. Inside the building a stage is lined with a group of trumpeters in fancy regalia, playing a fanfare. Nazi swastika banners are massed in the back of the stage. From a podium on stage Hitler delivers a short address to open the event, in which he reiterates his desire to have a low-price car produced for the ordinary people of Germany. Closeup of Joseph Goebbels with arms folded, in the audience. View of men in fancy regalia holding Nazi swastika banners. Next, Goebbels is seen at the podium, acting as a cheer leader for the National Socialistic Party (Nazi Party), the German nation, and its leader, Adolf Hitler. He leads the audience in chanting "Zieg Heil." three times. Curtains part revealing automobiles on display. Closeup of the front of a Daimler Benz car. Adolf Hitler leads others entering the exhibit floor, accompanied by executives of the automotive industry. Goebbels is seen at his side, next to Dr. H.C. Wilhelm Kissel, who became the first chairman of the Board of Daimler-Benz AG in 1937. Closeup of Hitler reaching out to a car, as Kissel stands near, behind him. Hitler and Kissel converse and Hitler embraces him and expresses his enthusiasm. Again Hitler reaches out to the car, commenting as he does. View of the exhibit floor filled with cars and people. Closeup of Hitler conversing with civilian auto executives as he stands next to a streamlined Adler 2,5 Liter Type 10 Cabriolet automobile. Closeup of the chrome embellished hood and front bumper of the Adler car. Hitler closely examining the tread of an auto tire. Closeup of transparent cutaway showing inside of a car hood. Hitler standing on the opposite side of the car. Hitler stands with several men discussing a DKW-Union automobile with its side hood panels raised. Men discussing the new Opel Admiral sedan introduced at this auto show. (The car was powered by a newly developed 3,626 cc straight-six engine.) Hitler with others, looking under the hood at the engine. Sketch of a German artificial rubber tire factory. View of materials used in tire manufacture. Closeups of tires. BMW R6 motorcycle and other motorcycles. Remainder of film devoted to engines, and many cars made by DKW-Union.

Date: 1937, February 20
Duration: 5 min 4 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
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