Year in review of Germany foreign policy 01 adopted of the German Allied contracts in the Bundestag - NDW 150, WIB of 02 24. Germany signing by the Western foreign ministers - NDW 122 03. signing of the EDC Treaty - NDW 123 04 Bundestag debate underlies - NDW 103 05 Adenauer as Chairman of the Council of Ministers of the coal Union (Luxembourg) - WIB 11-06 State visit de Gasperi - NDW 139 07 Prinz Adalbert of German Ambassador in Madrid - NDW 147 elections 08 election Vice-Chancellor Blücher as the Chairman of the FDP - NDW 148 09 choice of Olle Hauer as Chairman of the SPD- WIB 14 10 re-election Adenauer to the Chairman of the CDU - NDW 143 11 choice Walter Friday to the Chairman of the DGB - NDW 143 12 election Eisenhower as President of the United States - WIB 19 13 candidate Adlai Stevenson at the fishing - WIB 9 14 election of Miss Germany Renate Hoy - NDW 120 15 election of Miss Universe - NDW 127 16 choice of Mrs. United States - WIB 12 17 election of Mr. World - NDW 21 progress 18. New flight models England - NDW 137 19 modern tanks from United States - WIB 2 20 atomic bomb (collapsing v. houses wall) - NDW 150, WIB 22 21 Atomic Cannon - WIB 15 22 Berlin: the great theatre of the world "the Earth is burned" - NDW 137 23 US rocket experiments with mice - WIB 14 24 swimming motor (Munich) - NDW 130 25 water scooter from France - WIB 16 26 portable swimming pool from Florida - WIB 9 27 people plane car from the United States - NDW 114 28 car bed from Bad Kreuznach - NDW 129 29 reclining bicycle from Copenhagen - NDW 107
30 monorail Cologne - NDW 141, WIB 1 31 fair looping railway - NDW 116 tragedies 32nd plane crash in Farnborough - WIB 12 33 explosion jet boat - WIB 10 34. sinking of the flying Enterprise - NDW 103 35. floods in the United States and Japan - NDW 134, 104 36. air disasters of Frankfurt, and New York - NDW 113, 116-37. railway accident at Harrow - NDW 142, WIB 16 es died 38. Elly Heuss Knapp - WIB 5 39. Dr. Kurt Schumacher - NDW 135, WIB 9 40. King George VI of England - NDW 108 41. Cardinal Faulhaber - NDW 125 42. Evita Peron - NDW 132 focal points 43. volcanic eruption in the Pacific Ocean - NDW 140, WIB 14 44. rebellion of the natives in Africa - NDW 105 45 Communist demonstration in Japan - NDW 120 46. war in Indochina - NDW 148 47. war in Korea - NDW 147, WIB 1 sensations 48th flight under Rhine bridge - WIB 7 49th parachute jump by 80th American of 50th Arnim Dahl on the helicopter - NDW 141 51. various artists sports 52. Grand National - NDW 115 53. Winter Olympics Oslo - ski jump (jump) - NDW 109 54. Winter Olympics Oslo - bobsleigh - NDW 109 55th Olympiad Helsinki - opening - NDW 130, WIB 4 56. ceremony of German Olympic athlete - NDW 144 57 boxes Neuhaus-ten Hoff - NDW 130, WIB 15 59 football Germany Switzerland 5:1 - NDW 146, WIB came 20 4 58 football France Germany 3:1 - NDW 141, WIB and went 60. farewell McCloy of Heuss - NDW 129 61. Walter Donelly at Heuss - WIB 7 62. Faruk in exile - successor Naguib - NDW 132 63. Queen Elizabeth II in a State car - WIB 20 64th wedding Anthony Eden - Clarissa Churchill - NDW 134, WIB 8 65 separation of Rita Hayworth - Ali Khan 66. Charlie Chaplin in England - WIB 14 of 67. Charlie Rivel in Germany - NDW 138 68. Kürlauf world champion Dick button (used Pro) - NDW 109 69. RIA and Paul Falk in holyday on ice - NDW 140 / WIB 14 70. English world champion pair in the company dance 71. Jitterbug tournament - WIB 20 72. box scandal Peter Müller - NDW 124 of 73. Conny Rux as catcher - WIB 17 74. Fireworks 1952-1953
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Year in review ended an eventful year! "World in the picture" it shows you Once again.
Western foreign policy.
The crucial German Allied contracts were approved by the Bonn Parliament in second reading by a simple majority. Seven months before the Germany Treaty in Bonn had been signed by the Western foreign ministers. For England: Anthony Eden. For France: Robert Schuman. For the United States: Dean Acheson. And for the Federal Republic: Konrad Adenauer.
The EDC Treaty was signed in Paris.
The Schuman plan debate Bonn also ended with a historic success for Adenauer, who eighth months afterwards, took over the Presidency of the Council of Ministers of the coal and Steel Union in Luxembourg.
De Gasperi in Bonn was received for the first official State visit. In Madrid, the new Ambassador presented Prince Adalbert, his credentials.
The FDP Party Congress elections in bad EMS elected Vice-Chancellor Blücher as first Chairman. In Dortmund, Erich Ollenhauer was Dr. Kurt Schumacher's successor.
Konrad Adenauer was re-elected to the CDU Party Congress in Berlin.
At the Congress of the Union Christian was replaced Friday fats by Walter...... and in America, the Republican General Eisenhower President of the United States, his great rival, Adlai Stevenson was only one-sixth of the electors took up.
Even the most beautiful woman in the Federal Republic, Renate Hoy was elected.
In California, however, she came only on the 5th place.
Miß universe was a Finn.
The ideal woman of the United States was unconscious, when she got the most beautiful man in the world to face. A progress of the culture.
Progress we showed you the progress of the technology!
The latest aircraft models from England... and the most modern war stank from United States.
The explosion of the atomic bomb... and after the atomic bomb the Atomic cannon.
Only a hand motion...... only a gesture... You saw "The great world theatre"!
You saw the first rocket experiments with mice floating in outer space. Inventions churning!
The outer belly motor from Munich.
The water scooter from France. -To assemble is this portable swimming pool from Florida. -To take apart this popular aircraft from the United States. -Car bed comes from Bad Kreuznach. How to bed, so is man... thought two Copenhagen, and invented the reclining bicycle: Not much fast and convenient. -The fastest car in the world started its first trial run at Cologne... the most spectacular railway in the world at a German carnival.
Tragedies we showed you the death flight of pilot John Derry. He started in his jet fighter and burst in the air. -John Cobb started in his jet boat and burst in the Loch-Ness. -Tragedies of the year! The "flying enterprise" of Captain Carlsen sank in the waters of the ocean. -flooded were long stretches of the United States, California, and Japan. -Shaken the world... was by the air disaster of Frankfurt and New York. -150 died in the train crash in the London Harrow of suburb of.
It died mourning for the great dead. In Bonn died at the age of 71 years the wife of the President Mrs Elly Heuss-Knapp. -Dr. Kurt Schumacher, the great leader of the SPD, was laid at the Ricklinger cemetery in Hanover to rest. King George VI of England. died after a long illness in London. -Kardinal Michael von Faulhaber was buried in the crypt of the Munich Frauenkirche. -Eva Peron died in Buenos Aires at the age of 31.
Focal focal points of the year. -Volcanic eruption in the Pacific... and rebellion of the natives in Egypt. -The most sensational shots from the Communist demonstration in front of the Japanese Imperial House... and still struggles in Indochina... and still war in Korea. Sensations sensations of the year! -The inverted-flight of the Salem San under the Rhine bridge. The jump of the 80-year old American multimillionaire George McFadden with a parachute in the Seine. -You have witnessed the shine services of Arnim Dahl film artist on the rooftops of Ürdingen. -You saw the world of the circus and the Variétés in the newsreel.
Sports was the heaviest falls in the traditional grand national in England. -Hard were also the falls of the ski jumpers at the Winter Olympics in Oslo. -The heaviest men at the Winter Olympics were the driver of the German foursome bobs Anderl Ostler. You took the gold medal. -The summer Olympic Games in Helsinki have been inaugurated seven months later. -The successful German participants were honored by the President. -Maria Sander and the Basel pilot Boxer. -The Boxer Hein ten Hoff lost two titles due to this shock by Heinz Neuhaus. -The German national soccer team lost through these gates at the international match in Paris... and through these gates, she defeated the Swiss selection in Augsburg.
It came and went farewell to German President Heuss. U.S. High Commissioner John McCloy went to America. Walter J. Donnelly came as successor. He stayed six months, then he went. -In his luxury yacht, fled King Faruk of Egypt and went into exile. -General Naguib took over the land along the Nile in a coup and came to Cairo with tanks. -Exkönigin fool Iman devoted inevitably only their stay-at-home duties. -Princess Elizabeth took over after the death of her father the duties of a Queen. She went to her first throne speech to Westminster. In London it was between Anthony marriage Eden and Churchill's niece. -Parted Rita Hayworth and Ali Khan. -With his family, the great clown Charlie Chaplin went back to England. - And for the first time again after Germany came Charlie Rivel. -Beautiful like never before the multiple world champion showed Dick button at the Winter Olympics. Soon after, he went to the pros. -The German world champion pair of RIA and Paul Falk also joined the professional sport. They came, danced and won. The English world champion pair in the Ballroom. -Topsy turvy was the Jitterbug tournament in Hamburg. Some people came from the socks. -Peter Müller delivered the biggest scandal of the box. He had to go, and went to the catchers. -Conny Rux came in the catch square. -His opponent went to ground and a year came to an end.
Persons in the Film
Button, Dick ; Adalbert von Bayern ; Adenauer, Konrad ; Blücher, Franz ; Chaplin, Charlie ; Churchill, Clarissa ; Dahl, Arnim ; Donnelly, Walter ; Eden, Anthony ; Eisenhower, Dwight ; Elisabeth II. von England ; Faruk von Ägypten ; Faulhaber ; Freitag, Walter ; Gaspery de, Alcide ; Georg VI. von England ; Hayworth, Rita ; Heuss, Theodor ; Heuss-Knapp, Elli ; Hoym, Renate ; Khan, Ali ; McCloy, John ; Nagib ; Ollenhauer, Erich ; Peron, Juan ; Rivel, Charlie ; Stevenson, Adlai ; Falk, Ria ; Müller, Peter ; Neuhaus, Heinz ; Rux, Conny ; Hoff ten, Hein
Berlin ; Egypt ; New York
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