Village, shops, winter, probably prewar
- Film Title
- Norbert Stahl -- home movies
- Event Date
- Accessed at US Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Northeast Historic Film
Possibly Poland, car, rural landscape from the window of a moving vehicle or train. Two boys walk through a doorway. INT, bedroom. Two boys with a man and woman. Snow-covered forest, bare trees. ECU of a boy's face. Snowy landscape with a wide open field. Houses. Dog plays in the snow, shot through a wrought-iron fence. Someone pumps water from the well in town. A man steps out of a doorway: “Amiod flaszkorx. KAWA; HERBATA; PRZEKASKI.” An elderly man with a cane exits shop door, followed by two women. The man with the cane approaches the camera. The woman with the polka dot dress (seen before) helps the elderly man to walk. Brick building “OBUWIA.” The two young boys help the elderly man across the snow. Various houses. A man and a dog. The snow-covered ground.
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Also in Norbert Stahl Collection
The collection at Northeast Historic Film (NHF) consists of a total of 1,400 feet of 9.5mm film from the late 1930s. These consist of home movies shot in Europe, including Austria and Italy, including family activities, work, community events, and travel.
Horses race around a track, pulling jockeys. People lay on lounge chairs at the thermal baths in Bad Vöslau, Austria. A woman in a polka dot dress approaches the camera, speaking to the camera operator. A man and a woman in their swimsuits at outdoor showers. Young boy. Sign at entrance, “VÖSLAU-GAINFARN.” Train station. Rows of train tracks to the right. Woman seen earlier walks down the stairs. Young boy in lederhosen in the background. The rounded colonnade entrance to the thermal baths says “Thermalbad” on the facade. The woman walks towards the camera. INT of the thermal baths. A fountain, topped with a classical statue.
Aerial view of German planes in formation. Crowds flank the streets of Vienna for the Anschluss parade in March 1938, tanks parade through the streets. A few spectators hold umbrellas. More tanks and military vehicles, packed with troops. Many in the crowd now have umbrellas to protect themselves from the falling rain. An enormous crowd in the Heldenplatz (Heroes’ Square) in Vienna. The Äußere Burgtor, a gateway to the square is on the left. The Austrian Parliament building is visible in the background. The equestrian statue of St. Eugene of Savoy in front of the Neue Burg. Soldiers stand in formation.
Lvov, Poland. People on the sidewalk by Mickiewicz Square. Monument dedicated to Polish poet Adam Mickiewicz. Polish officers walk by on the sidewalk. Two men set up a camera on tripod. People on the streets of Lviv. Foot traffic by Mickiewicz Square. KINO building. Two young boys walk towards the camera. Bronze monument to Count Aleksander Fredro. A monument to Kornel Ujejski with a bust of Ujejski at the top. Pedestrians. “PLUTON” shop. Two men carry a banner for the Hungarian-born American actress and singer, Marta Eggerth: “MARTA EGGERTH. PALAC FLANDE” with a photo of one woman’s face on either side. Burial monument with a relief of a figure laid to rest on the side. A woman (seen before) and two men walk towards the camera. Snow-covered landscape from the window of a moving train. Two horses pull people on a large sled cross the snow.