01 Copenhagen: World Food Conference participants at the Conference. King Christian of Denmark sits in front of lectern and reading the opening speech. Next to him is his wife. Interview: "I hereby declare the second conference of the united nations food and agriculture organization to be opened."
(23 m) 02 youth looking for new ways (71 m) youth camp of the Mannheim Falcon youth camp of the Mannheim Falcon, total a.. The young people in common morning aerobics. Boys at the Shoeshine in front of the tent. Shield 'Village of the funny - village of Ragland'. Girl wash clothes in front of the tent. Nominations for the election of the Youth Parliament. Children put ballot in ballot box.
(26 m) b. Youth Hostel Maulbronn young people dancing in front of the youth hostel. Group arrives before youth hostel and is welcomed.
(10 m) c. Schlosstheater in Schwetzingen performance of Thornton Wilder: "Our town". Young people as an audience. People go to the theatre.
(12 m) d. U.S. soldiers teach young boys in baseball and track and field at the start of the run. Firing on boys on the edge of the Sports Center. Run girl. The winners will receive prizes.
(23 m) 03. rescue of itself of the wettersteingebirge mountains. The mountain rescue service Garmisch driving off in a red cross vehicle. Guardian looks through binoculars. A casualty beckons from the wall of the rock. The Savior, roped on the wall, beat the way to the crash site with pimples. The casualties is bound on the back of the Savior. Descent from the wall with Verunglücktem on the back. Arrive at the vehicle.
(52 m) 04 updates soon (81 m) a. Frieda Richard died bell rings. Coffin is carried to the cemetery in Salzburg. Mourners walk behind the coffin. The coffin is lowered into the pit. The decorated tomb. Review: Frieda Richard, as 'Mother of anyone', at the rehearsal with Ewald Balser for 'Everyone'.
(25 m) total b. pilgrimage to Lourdes Lourdes. The Church, total. Pilgrims. Former prisoners in striped suits among the pilgrims. Pilgrims kneel down. Sufferers wear. Priests keep fair.
(16 m) c. Bernard Shaw goes for a walk an honorary citizen of Dublin Bernhard Shaw from his country estate in Hertfordshire. He enters his country house and receives delegation from Dublin. Shaw is registered in the Golden Book of the city and receives his.
(16 m) d. New postage stamps for the American, British and Russian zones exhibition of postage stamp designs. Commission examined designs. Five designs are award-winning, great. Stamp printing machine.
(24 m) 5th old masters - new hairstyles, Paris image of the Mona Lisa, great. Antonio, French hair artist, takes the hairstyle as a model for a model. Mona Lisa hair model. Models at the Louvre next to paintings by old masters with appropriate hairstyles. Mannequin with hairstyle, great.
(36 m) 06. First elections in the British zone of choice in rural communities and small towns. Westfalen: People go to the polling station. Men put ballot in ballot box at the polling station. Issue of ballot papers. Wife's ballot in ballot box. In the Bückeburg country farmers in traditional costumes to choose go. Farmer's wife goes to the polling station and receives ballot papers. Hand's ballot in ballot box. Fishermen go fishing boat ashore to the election. Fishermen at the polling station. Counting. Result. CDU wins out over SPD and Liberals. Fernschreiberinnen. Telecommunications Cabinet, radio announcer, big.
(56 m) 07. sports (65 m) a. Munich: the teams enter international competition in artistic gymnastics Bavarian - Württemberg In the circus krone, Munich, Germany. Gymnast on the parallel bars. Clapping audience. Turner on the cross horse. Clapping audience. Turner on the horizontal bar. The winner of Stangl, Munich, Reckübungen. In the aggregate, Bayern before Württemberg WINS. The captain receives award, total.
(35 m) b. Berlin: race of the newspaper drivers poster "The newspaper drivers Championship". Newspapers are weighed on scales. Start of cyclists with newspapers. The driver on the circuit to the White Sea. Viewers on the edge of the road. A driver is in the curve. Common feet on pedals, great. Winner will be the driver of the "morning". The winner will be congratulated with wreath from his mother and Mayor Werner.
01 Copenhagen: World Nutrition Conference in Copenhagen Instead of the Nutrition Conference was the United Nations in the presence of King Christian II of Denmark, attended by 300 delegates from 33 Nations.
The task of this Conference is to establish the balance between consumption and production of food products around the world and To find ways to free humankind from hunger and from the fear of hunger.
King Christian opened the Conference.
02. Youth searches for new ways one of the most serious problems of this time is to protect the youth from neglect and her Joie de vivre and meaningful employment back-admit. Many youth organizations strive for this objectives - among them the Mannheim Falcon. Here is one of their tent camp for children aged 10 to 14. 100 Falcon form a village community. Each village has a mayor - and all are subject to the storage Parliament. The State in the small has elections in the small - but an electoral propaganda such as the large.
The hawks greeting means "Friendship" - the motto of the hawks: education to the community in a democratic form.
The youth hostels in all Germany - like this are an other, again living facility for the wandering youth here in the old monastery town Maulbronn in Württemberg-Baden. Other hostels were restored and are the schools and members of youth associations available to young people under a responsible manager [...].
The 200-year-old castle theatre by [...] at Heidelberg in a Rococo Castle is the sexiest youth theaters in many cities in Germany.
Here listed Thornton Wilders play "Our town" for the youth. Under the sponsorship of the American military Government, an enhanced theatre and concert programme is prepared for the youth. But parallel with the mental and spiritual reshaping of the youth the physical and health care.
In the VIIIth of new German youth program of the U.S. Army, teach and train young officers and soldiers in their activities in the different sports, like baseball and track and field. Alone in Berlin-Tempelhof weekly about 4,000 children from 23 schools taking part. The highlight of each course is a little sports festival with competitions and win awards. The price of victory is sweet and fleeting - permanent is what sporting work aims: strengthening and resilience of youth.
03. rescue from rescuing help... Help...
Cries for help from the North wall of the pattern stone in the Wetterstein mountains.
The Garmisch of the Bavarian Red Cross mountain rescue will be notified and breaks Right away with all necessary equipment to the rescue.
Also through no fault of the climbers in the mountains accidents repeatedly. A weather fall or as here - rockfall often lead to desperate situations.
The rescuers go into the wall, hitting hooks in the rocks, secure and work your way up to about the accident. From there they rope down again, because there is no other way to quickly reach the site of the wounded.
Now a difficult crossing - finger handles need To give stop - then the accident site has been reached.
The mountain rescue service has constructed a new belay seat, in which the rescuer carries the injured in a backpack on the back. The belay seat can be made with the usual climbing device - snap and rope.
An experienced mountain man carrying the injured on their backs and dump over the airy North wall.
Every year, the mountain rescue service performs hundreds of rescues. Mountain man be - means: repeatedly dare for people in danger of his life.
04. updates in the near future: a. Frieda Richard died in their Salzburg home actress Frieda Richard, died - 72 year - immediately famous on derBühne like in the movie. She won their greatest successes under the leadership of Max Reinhardt at the Deutsches Theater in Berlin and at the Josephstädtischen Theatre in Vienna.
"Since 1920, she played the role of mother each year at the Salzburg Festival of everyone".
A picture of the samples of this year's Festival with Ewald Balser for "Everyone".
It was Frieda Richards last role.
b. Lourdes pilgrimage to Lourdes.
100,000 pilgrims move to the famous pilgrimage site of Lourdes in southern France. There are former prisoners of war and Zwangsverschleppte. They To want meet the vows that they once did in prison camps and barracks courtyards: the Saint Bernadette to the places their miracles to thank if they'd saved.
Many sufferers are including seeking healing from their ailments.
Seventeen priests hold the fair. It is the largest procession, France famous pilgrimage site ever saw.
c. Shaw an honorary citizen of Dublin at his country home in Hertfordshire, England, the great poet philosopher Bernard Shaw receives a delegation from his hometown of Dublin.
On the occasion of his 90th birthday, he enlists in the Golden Book of the city. Thus, he is an honorary citizen of Dublin.
Although he otherwise rejects any ceremony, he accepted this - because an honorary citizen of her native town were already his father and grandfather.
d. warning that new stamps!
In the American, British and Russian zones, there are new single stamps. More than 3,000 graphic artist from all over Germany participated in a competition and sent overall 6.715 designs.
The referee had a difficult choice.
Here are the five award-winning designs for the new stamps.
They are issued in 19 values. The printing is done in the Berlin State Printing Office.
05. Paris: Old masters - new hairstyles why Mona Lisa smiles? There is a modern answer to that eternal question: she smiles, because their almost 500-year-old hairstyle, Antonio, the currently leading Parisian hair fashion designer used as an inspiration for the hairstyle of the ladies of 1946. Ever Antonio converts like classical paths. And the Louvre offers an inexhaustible field of heads and braids, contours and hairstyles him for it. His models never falling out of the frame - into their models. You have the great line from Titian, the melting of Gainsborough, the scent of Renoir - and the hairstyle of Antonio.
Sure once all the curly, gewallten, gesträhnten and gescheitelten hairdos of this gallant beauties were considered daring fashion Follies, gelästert by their envious (and poorly combed) contemporaries. And today (centuries later) they apply again as the latest, wildest and - most desirable hairstyles.
And that's why... the Mona Lisa smiles. 06. first elections in the British zone in the rural communities and small towns of the British zone were Instead of the first free elections for 13 years. The representatives were elected for the municipalities and departments.
Just saw the election in Westphalia from, the land of coal mines and blast furnaces.
Also in the country, the turnout was Very much active. The election campaign itself took place in moderate form.
Farmers and farmers of the Bückeburger country in their picturesque costumes combine the pleasant with the useful: the Sunday stroll with going to the polling station.
The Waterkante moor the vessels and the crews do vote.
The partial results to collection points go to the counting of the votes. Here, the totals are calculated in fast, precise work. A large number of voters opted for independent candidates. The result for the parties: the Christian Democratic Union leads ahead of the Social Democrats and the national Liberals. The representatives are elected for the cities, districts, and the State of Bremen and Hanseatic City of Hamburg on October 13. Also here is the reminder for voters: "Your future depends from your voice!".
07. sports: a. gymnastics, Munich In the sold-out Circus Krone in Munich found Instead of a country competition in artistic gymnastics between Bavaria and Württemberg. On horizontal bar, parallel bars and pommel horse, the two nearly equal teams measured and both showed luster performances which often ranged up to acrobatic skills on all devices.
Stangl, Munich was the best single gymnast. He reached 79.9 points from 80-to-reach.
In the aggregate, Bayern won with 565 points, just ahead of Württemberg with 562 points.
b. race the newspaper driver, Berlin by the horizontal bar to the handlebar of the biceps to the pedal and from Munich to Berlin - where the newspaper of all publishers their own annual Championship riders out. Everyone have newspapers under their belt to carry a pack, up to 25 pounds - depending on the age and class of the driver. So - and now this. Into the circuit to the White Sea about 31 kilometres. Asphalt klitschnass. If it's just fine. But the newspaper Kings of Highway struggle further fixed. Subscribers - I beg your pardon, the spectator - lined the route from the start to finish.
Caution! Curve! Bums - we have the salad. But it was only half as bad, driver and wheels are remained intact and spin constantly further.
Time is that "Tomorrow" front - then roars "New time" in the lead - "Deutsche Verlag" are you sitting on the rubber heel and the "Telegraph" goes down like on the wire.
Since 1920 the newspaper drivers championships - a sport and a folk festival to the heart in the heart of Berlin.
Fastest hand of the day was the "morning", promoted by the junior champion Truschke. First Gratulantin was Of course MOM. Then Mayor Werner. And finally all newspaper readers from Berlin.
World Food Conference
In Copenhagen the U.N. Food Conference was opened, attended by 300 delegates from 33 nations.
King Christian welcomes the delegates in English.
The purpose of this conference is to balance the consumption and production of food stuffs all over the world and to find ways to liberate men from hunger and the fear of hunger
02. New ways of youth education
One of the most serious probleme of our day is the youth: to protect it from demoralisation and to give it again something worth while to live for.
One of the numerous organizations working toward this end is the Mannheim "Falken" movement. This is one of their tent-camps for children from 10 to 14 years. Every 100 "falcons" form a village community Each of the villages has its burgomaster - and all are governed by the camp-parliament.
This miniature state has also miniature elections - but a propaganda campaign like the grown-ups.
The "falcon's" symbol is "friendship", the "falcon's slogan: education to a communal life on democratic-lines.
Another revived institution for the hiking youth are the hostels everywhere in Germany - like this one at the old monastery-town of Maulbronn in Wurttemberg-Baden. All other former youth hostels were likewise restored and are again at the disposal of all hikers, touring under a responsible leader, and of the schools and the members of youth organizations.
Most attractive of the many new youth theatres created all over Germany, is the Schlosstheater of Schwetzingen near Heidelberg, in a 200 year old castle.
Here Thornton Wilder's play "Our Town" is presented to the youth. Sponsored by American Military Government a further program of concerts, plays and operas is being prepared.
But the spiritual and mental reformation of youth must be accompanied by medical care and physical education. In the framework of the new German youth-program of the U.S. Army, officers and soldiers instruct and coach the youngsters in various sports such as track and field sports and baseball. Alone in Berlin-Tempelhof some 4.000 children from 23 schools participate every week. Every course is highlighted by a sports meet with contest and prizes.
Though the prize is sweet and not lasting, the result of this physical training will last: better health for the youth of our days.
03. Rescue work in the mountains
An SOS from the north-wall of the Musterstein in the Wetterstein mountains.
The "Bergwacht" (Mountain Guard) in Garmisch of the Bavarian Red Cross is informed and starts at once with the necessary equipment to rescue the persons in distress.
Accidents in the mountains occasionally happen through no fault of the mountaineers. A sudden change of weather or - as in this case - falling stones, frequently cause desperate situations. The rescuers fix clamps and climb up above the place where the accident happened. From there they rope down to the injured.
A difficult horizontal crossing - and then the climber's position is reached.
With rope and spring-hooks the new "Bergwacht" ropingdown seat is quickly constructed.
An experienced Bergwacht-man ropes down the north-wall, carrying the injured on his back.
Every year the Bergwacht carries out hundreds of rescue-actions. To be a member of the Bergwacht means: to risk one's life again and again for fellow-men in danger:
a. Frieda Richard dead
In her Salzburg home the actress Frieda Richard died, 72, as famous on the stage as on the screen. She achieved her greatest successes under the direction of Max Reinhardt at the Berlin "Deutsches Theater" and the "Josephstädtisches Theater" in Vienna.
Every year since 1920 she played the Mother's role in "Everyman" at the Salzburg festivals.
A picture of this year's festival with Ewald Balser as "Everyman".
It was Frieda Richard's last role.
Pilgrimage to Lourdes.
100.000 pilgrims make a pilgrimage to the famous town of Lourdes in Southern France. They are former prisoners of war and displaced persons. They are fulfilling a pledge once made in prison camps and barrack yards: to thank the Holy Bernadette in Lourdes, if they would be saved.
Among them are many sick persons who seek recovery from their ailings.
Seventeen priests conduct the service.
It is the biggest procession in the history of France's famous place of pilgrimage.
c. Shaw honorary freeman
The great playright-philosopher Bernard Shaw receives at his country-home at Herfordshire/England a delegation from his native town of Dublin.
In honour of his 90th birthday he signs his name in the city's Roll of Freeman. Thus he becomes a honorary freeman of Dublin. Although he usually rejects every honour and degree, he accepts this one - because already his father and his grandfather were honorary freemen of their native town.
d. New stamps
Shortly there will be new uniform stamps für the American, British and Russian zones.
More than 3.000 artists from all over Germany participated in the contest and submitted a total of 6.715 sketches.
The jury faced a tough job. These are the five chosen designs. The series will be composed of 19 stamps. They will be printed in the Berlin State Printing Office.
Old masters - new coiffures
Why does Mona Lisa smile? This eternal question finds a modern answer. She smiles, because Antonio, the leading Paris beauty expert, uses her nearly 500 year old coiffure as a model for the 1946 - ladies' hair-do.
Altogether, Antonio prefers the classic style. The Louvre offers him a really inexhaustible source of heads ans plaits, of contures and coiffures. His models are the images of their prototypes. They have the grand sweep of Tizian, the allure of Gainsborough, the fragrance of Renoir - and the hair-do of Antonio.
All these curled, waved, pleated and parted hair-dressings of those gallant beauties were once considered as naughty quirks of fashion slaudered by their jealous and badly combed female contemporaries. And today - centuries later - they are again considered as the most modern, bold and - desirable coiffures.
And that is the reason why Mona Lisa smiles.
06. First elections in the British Zone
The first free elections for 13 years took place in the rural communities and small towns of the British Zone. The representatives for the communities and the offices were elected. Election day in Westfalia, the country of mines and blast furnaces. In the country-side, too, polling was very lively. The election campaigns itself was conducted in a orderly and moderate fashion.
The pleasants of the Buckeburg land combine the pleasurable with the useful: a Sunday constitutional with a walk to the polling station.
At the waterkant the ships cast anchor and the crews go to the ballot-boxes.
After counting the votes the partial results are forwarded to the collecting points. In rapid and exacting work the total figures are compiled. Many voters chose the independent candidates. The result for the parties was as follows:
The Christian Democratic Union leads before the Social Democrats and the National Liberale.
The representatives for the kreisfreie boroughs, the Kreise, the land Bremen and the Hanse-town of Hamburg will be elected on October 13. Here, too, the elector has to remember:
"Your future dopends on your vote!"
a. Gymnastics, Munich
In the crowded Krone circus Munich an gymnastics contest Bavaria Vs. Wurttemberg takes place.
At the horizontal bar, double bars and the horse the well matched teams show top-performances in nearly all contests, often approaching acrobatio perfection.
Stangl/Munich was the best individual contestant.
He reached 79.9 points of 80 possible.
In the total result Bavaria wins with a narrow margin before Wurttemberg with 565:562 points.
b. Race of the Berlin newsboys
From the horizontal bar to the handle bar, from the bioeps to the pedal and from Munich to Berlin, where the newsboys contest in their own yearly championships. Everybody has to carry a sack of papers on his back, up to 25 kgs according to the age and class of the rider.
Start on the slippery asphalt road. It rains cats and dogs, but the newspaper-kings of the roads continue pedalling.
Dangerous curve! Biff - a pretty mix-up. But it was half as bad, racers and cycles remain undamaged and they all carry on again.
And now right into circular track around the Weissensee over 31 kms!
The "Morgen" takes the lead - now the "Neue Zeit" pushes ahead - the "Deutscher Verlag" clings to his heels - and the "Telegraf" takes off like greased lightning.
Since 1920 the newboys' championship are carried out - a popular festival after the heart in the heart of Berlin. The subscribers - beg your pardon - fens - border the course from the start to finish - around the Weissensee.
Fastet paper of the day is the "Morgen", carried by the junior-champion Truschke. Mom is the first congratulator. Mayor Werner next, and finally all the newspaper-readers of Berlin.
Persons in the Film
Sanchez, Antonio ; Balser, Ewald ; Christian von Dänemark ; Richards, Frieda ; Shaw, George Bernard ; Herzog, Werner ; Stangl, Ino
Berlin ; Munich ; Garmisch-Partenkirchen ; Burep ; Mannheim ; Maulbronn ; Paris ; Hertfordshire ; Salzburg ; Schwetzingen ; Copenhagen ; Lourdes ; British zone ; England
Sachindex Wochenschauen ; stamps ; Camping, Campinger ; Children ; Leisure, recreation ; Medals, awards, honors ; Political events ; Cycling ; Religious events ; Spoprt-Ehrungen ; sports audience, sports spectator ; Dance ; Deaths, funerals ; Gymnastics ; Cultural events ; Art ; Works of art ; Elections ; Fashion ; Jobs ; mountain climbing, mountaineering ; mountain rescue ; Crew ; Sports honors ; aftermath of war
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