1st London: Unveiling a monument on the 3rd anniversary of the death of Franklin Delano Roosevelt London: Denkmalsentüllung. Soldiers lined up. Churchill with large cylinder. Attlee with wife upon arrival, half-close. King George, Queen Elizabeth, Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip, half-close. Eleanor Roosevelt, half-close. King George holds speech during the commemorations, half-close. The last shots of Roosevelt at his desk, half close - Roosevelt at the Conference of Yalta, half-close. Eleanor Roosevelt Unveils monument, totally. The monument with a statue of Roosevelt, great. King George lay down wreath. Princess Elizabeth and Philip sitting, half-close.
(44 m) 02 updates soon a. Frankfurt: swearing in of the first President of German Supreme Court Dr. Herbert Ruscheweyh Ruscheweyh, great. Ruscheweyh at the swearing-in ceremony, half-close.
(10 m) b. Columbia: Pan-American Conference in Bogota arrival of participants. Under the present Secretary of State Marshall, half-close. Several speakers. Marshall as a listener, great. People clap.
(14 m) c. Washington: Press Conference of the administrator of the Marshall plan Paul G. Hoffmann Hoffmann, large, at press conference on the Marshall plan.
(11 m) d. passes elections in Italy Vespafahrer in Bolzano on election posters. Election posters, large. People go to the polling station.
(22 m) 03. What it's about: Hamburg - opening "Theater room" pan across the facade in the Alster Chaussee. People go up in house and stairs. Performance of Friedrich Hebbel "Mary Magdalene". Audience clapping. Starring bow.
(27 m) b. sailing railway to the Hallig Oland man sets sail on a Kipplore and driving car by Causeway to the Mainland.
(29 m) 04 Germany today: when he came back... Returnees are returnees through debris in Munich. Sign food Office. Men stand in line on the food Office. Questionnaire is filled out. Man goes up stairs in spiral. Door is opens with shield, release of prisoners of war. Fingerprints are made on the questionnaire. Secretary in completing the dismissal slip. Returnees on the Housing Office because of immigration. Sign placement. Returnees go up stairs and door. Girl on index cards. Shield construction labourers. Card is filled. Returning to the police station. Fingerprint is printed on identity. Makeshift home barracks. Woman hanging laundry in the yard. Returnees enters room with rugs on the arm and gets to bed. Returnees works on a building, rises head and pushes a cart with stones.
(83 m) 5th sport a. Berlin: Berlin - Cottbus race start, total. Cyclists on the road. Drivers at a turning point in Cottbus. Return. Individual drivers, great. Spectators on the side of the road. Ride through the target. Winner: Preiskeit, Munich, supported from exhaustion after victory.
(46 m) b. Stuttgart: German forest cross country Championships start. Running through the forest. The leading group with Otto Eitel, Esslingen, Ludwig Warnemünde, Hermann Eberlein, Hamburg and Munich. Warnemünde runs as a winner by the target.
(26 m) c. United States: outdoor Board race motor boats on the water. Cow on the banks shy away from. Woman hanging laundry on the banks. Boat runs ashore.
1st London: Unveiling of the Roosevelt Memorial to the anniversary of the three-year-old death of Franklin Delano Roosevelt thought America and the world of the late President of the United States.
The inauguration of a monument formed the Centre of the official tributes in London.
Winston Churchill and Prime Minister Attlee were present with the members of the British Cabinet and representatives of the diplomatic corps.
Also King George of England and the Royal family attended along with Roosevelt's widow of the consecration of the monument.
King George said in his speech during the commemorations of great friend of peace and a world citizen. Here the last recordings of President Roosevelt. At his desk in the White House in Washington. At the Yalta Conference, Roosevelt participated despite illness. On the side of the King, Mrs. Roosevelt unveiled the bronze statue of her husband. See the salute by American and British Marine detachments, followed the solemn wreath-laying ceremony. The Crown of King George was the memory of the man of who occupies a special place in the heart of England. Even President Truman had to lay a wreath. The funds for the construction of the monument was raised by voluntary donations of the English population.
02. updates soon: a. judges swearing in Frankfurt am Main was Dr. Herbert Ruscheweyh as the first President of the German Supreme Court in the dual zone sworn in.
The task of the German Supreme Court consists in the uniform interpretation and application of all laws adopted by the economic management for the British and American zones.
b. Bogota in Bogota, the capital of the South American Republic of Colombia, the ninth Pan-American Conference met. With about a thousand delegates from 21 countries from North and South America, also of the U.S. Secretary of State Marshall was present.
The Conference had to be interrupted as a result of a revolt against the Colombian Government for 5 days.
The advice were issues of inter-American cooperation.
c. Paul G. Hoffmann news from the Marshall plan. In Washington, the well-known American economic expert was appointed the administrator for the European utility Paul G. Hoffmann.
At his first press conference, he explained the European production could be increased during the four year period of the Marshall plan by one-third.
d. Italian elections which ended by the world eagerly expected Italian elections with a convincing victory of the anti-communist parties. Also in Bolzano and South Tyrol, the rival parties operated as anywhere in the country, a spirited election campaign in spoken and written. The elections themselves were at 90% participation in peace and order. Even in the smallest villages and most remote constituencies - such as here in the Sarntal - the population showed election eager and interested in the election.
The election victory of the Government of de Gasperi and the Italian Coalition of Parties means a clear decision for democracy and parliamentarianism.
03. what all there is...
01 Theatre is full of surprises in the room today, compromise, remedies. But a virtue is often out of necessity. In Hamburg, for example, the smallest Theatre in the world. "Theater room" the actors Helmuth Gmelin called his company, which he has set up in his apartment. Every evening 50 visitors climb - the Auditorium does not count because more places - four unlit stairs.
Since the premiere of Friedrich Hebbel "Maria Madgalena", the performances are sold out All the time. The principle of the theatre without ramp, the Director aims to achieve most intimate contact with his audience. Together with young professionals, experienced actors make this room Theater on the fourth floor.
02. sailing railway on the North Sea Island Hallig Oland exists one of the most original means of transport today - a cross between sailing boat and wagon. The Causeway to the Mainland is too easily built to support locomotives and coaches. So they set sail on a Kipplore and one had his private railway. A 50-year-old Friesin, Miss Mathisson, this unique transport company operates it includes all kinds of skill to bring the vehicle safely across the dam because the wind is often unpredictable and the lore derailed easily. The distance to the Mainland is 7 kilometres long, with a strong wind, it's done in half an hour.
Yes - what everything is there...
04. Germany today: when he came back...
This is the returning of Johann Dax. His path back is typical for the fate of millions of others. He hails from the Sudetenland, has lost all family members in the war, and was accommodated through the POWs-custodianship-action on a Munich construction site. His return to civilian life leads first to the food ration card place, where he meets the Queuing and waiting. He receives food for 7 days. Then it goes on to the police headquarters. For four weeks running takes after certificates and stamps, certifications and identification. Here, only the main stages are recorded.
Johann Dax is now in possession of the valid - the endgültigen-Entlassungsecheines. And next to the Housing Office. Because he is returnees and refugees without residence and accommodation, because he belongs to a professional of lack of On the other hand as a construction worker and has his workplace in Munich... he receives the influx. Now to the Labour Office for registration. Johann Dax will be recorded in the register. He is now among the citizens who understand three terms: fixed work, fixed salary and... fixed taxes.
Then, he receives the ID card registration at the employment office. And - continue to the competent police station, where the identity is issued.
The returning Johann Dax is now looking to his new home. Provisionally, he lives in a shack erected a construction company as a home for their workers.
And then, it is so far: Johann Dax works. The way back is finished.
05 sport: a. cycling Berlin-Cottbus District Road, the classic in Berlin-Cottbus-Berlin was also This time a tear test for drivers and material. 87 riders fought for the lead with varying luck — many of the best came by fall or puncture to the chance of winning. The turning point in Cottbus is reached 130 km away.
Siefert arrives first. He is disqualified for driving behind a car.
Then back to Berlin, after half an hour break. Only half of the driver is still in the race.
In the finish, there are exciting fights; the decision only in the final sprint.
Winner remains Preiskeit, Munich, before judge, Chemnitz and sweet, Solingen.
260 km in 7 hours 10 minutes it takes.
b. forest cross country Championships start to the German forest run Championship, which was carried out on the Kappel mountain near Stuttgart. The participants from all four zones had four times to iterate through a 1.9-kilometer circuit.
The top tier: Otto Eitel, Esslingen - Ludwig Warnemünde from Hamburg and Hermann Eberlein, Munich.
A third of the runners gave up on the way - nothing changed in the top flight until shortly before the finish.
Warnemünde won the victory in the final sprint.
Followed vain with 10 meters distance.
Warnemünde managed the 7.5 kilometres in 24 minutes, 2 seconds.
c. outside board race of America's first race of the Aussenbordmotore this season.
Cyclo-cross through the water. Yes, so a race brings life to the area. You can go for all sorts of: bold overhaul maneuver and even bolder leaps - only one you can't do: sit on dry land.
a. Bicycle Race Berlin-Cottbus
The classic long distance road race Berlin-Cottbus-Berlinwas also this year a tough one. 87 athletes competed. After 130 kilometers Cottbus is reached. Siefert is first, but he is disqualified for riding behind a car. The thrilling competition went on until the final spurt. Winner is Preiskeit, Munich, second Richter, Chemnitz, and third is Süss, Solingen. Preiskeit's time for the 260 kilometers was 7 hrs., 10 min.
b. Forest Races
Athletes from all four zones competed for the German Forest Race at Kappelberg near Stuttgart. They had to cover the 1,9 kilometer round [...]ck four times. The leading field is composed of: Otto Eitel, Esslingen - Ludwig Warnemünde, Hamburg, and Hermann Eberlein, Munich. One third of the competitors gave up during the race. Warnemünde scored the victory, second was Eitel 10 meters behind him. Warnemünde ran the 7,5 kilometers in 24 min., 2 sec.
c. Motor boat race
America's first outboard race of this season brings some lively scenes on and around the waterway. One can risk nearly everything - as long as one does'nt try for a short cut.
Unveiling the Roosevelt-Monument
On occasion of the 3rd anniversary of Franklin Delano Roosevelt's death America and the whole world remembered the late president of the USA. Highlight of the official ceremonies was the inanguration of a monument in London. Present were Winston Churchill and Prime Minister Attlee together with the members of the British Cabinet and the representatives of the Diplomatic Corps. King George of England and the Royal Family attended the ceremony with Mrs. Roosevelt. In a memorial speech King George commemorated the great friend of peace and world citizen. Here are some of the last pictures of President Roosevelt. At his desk at the White House, Washington. In spite of already being very ill Roosevelt participated in the Jalta Conference. At the side of the King Mrs. Roosevelt unveiled the bronce statue of her husband. Flanked by U.S. and British marines wreaths were placed on the monument. King George's wreath was declieated to the man who gained a special place of honour in the heart of England. President Truman, too, sent a wreath. The monument was erected with the aid of voluntary [...] contributions by the population of England.
02. Actualities in Brief:
a. Judge Attestation
In Frankfurt o/Main Dr. Herbert Ruscheweyh was sworn in as first president of the German High Court of Justice in the Bi-Zone. The German Court will be responsible for the equal administration of all laws made by the Economic Board for the British and U.S. Zone.
Bogota, capital of the South American Republic of Columbia, was the scene of the 9th Panamerican Conference. Together with 1.000 delegates of 21 States from North- and South-America U.S. Foreign Minister Marshall participated. On account of a revolution against the Columbian government the conference was interupted for 5 days. Questions of inter-American cooperation were discussed.
c. Paul G. Hoffmann
News of the Marshall Plan. In Washington the well known U.S. economic expert Paul G. Hoffmann was appointed administrator for the European Recovery program. On his first press conference he declared that European production could increase by a third of it's present total during the 4-years-term of the Marshall Plan.
d. Italian Elections
The Italian elections, eagerly expected and followed by the whole world. ended with a convincing victory of the anti-communist parties. In Bolzona and South Tyrol, too, the rival parties held a lively campain. The elections were conducted in orderly fashion with a participation of 90% of the population. The victory of the Gasperis government and the Italian coalition parties was a clear decision for democracy and parlamentarism.
03. Believe it or not ...
a. 01. One room-Theatre
In Hamburg the smallest theatre of the world was established, another mark of our present time of compromises and make-shifts.The actor Helmut Gmelin calls his establishment "One room theatre" which is housed in his flat. Every night 50 visitors climb four floors to attend the performance for more people cannot be seated. Since the premiere of Hebbel's "Maria Magdalena" the "house" is always sold out. Necessity sometimes makes for quality - and in this case the inventive and imaginative producer certainly achieves an unusual contact between the stage and the audience.
b. 02. Sailing Car
The North Sea Island of Hallig-Oland has an original means of transportation: a cross between a sailing boat and a freight car. The dam to the mainland is not strong enough to carry a train. So 50-year-old Miss Mathisson put a sail on a lorry and transports passengers and cargo over the 7-kilometer dam. With a good wind the drive takes half an hour.
04. Germany to-day:
The homecomer ...
This is the returning POW Johann Dax. His road back is typical for millions of others. He is born in the Sudetenland and los all relatives in the war. By a POW sponsorship action he found employment with a Munich building-establishment. His return to civilian life first takes him to the food ticket office. He gets coupons for one week. Then he has to go to police headquarters. Altogether it takes him 4 weeks to get all papers, stamps and documents. Here we only show the main landmarks of his long pilgrimage. Johann Dax has now the final POW discharge papers. Then he goes to the housing office. As he is a homecomer and refugee, and works as a builder in Munich he gets permission to live here. In the labour office he has to be registered, then receives a certificate for this registration. At the police-office he receives his identification card. The homecomer Johann Dax now goes home. He lives provisionally in a barrack erected by the building firm [...]
Persons in the Film
Attlee, Clement ; Churchill, Winston ; Elizabeth von England ; Elisabeth II. von England ; Georg VI. von England ; Hoffman, Paul G. ; Margaret von England ; Marshall, George ; Philip Mountbatten von Edinboroug ; Roosevelt, Franklin Delano ; Ruscheweyh, Herbert ; Eberlein ; Eitel, Otto ; Preiskeit ; Warnemünde
Berlin ; Stuttgart ; United States ; Munich ; London ; Frankfurt ; Washington ; Bolzano ; Hamburg ; Bizone ; Bogota ; Italy
Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Organizations ; Monuments ; Misery ; Returnees, evacuees, Outlander ; Justice ; motor boat race ; Posters, fonts, banners ; Political events ; Press, press conferences ; Cycling ; sports audience, sports spectator ; freedom of expression ; Debris ; Cultural events ; Athletics, jogging, fun run ; Marshall plan ; Elections ; Home ; Listener ; construction ; Anniversaries, Jubilees, birthdays ; German 99.169 weekly show GmbH: ; Traffic: pedestrians ; aftermath of war
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