01. the Hague: for the unity of Europe - pan European Conference Crown Princess Juliana and Prince Bernhard among those present, half-close. Winston Churchill enters the Hall and go to the lectern. He is welcomed. Churchill is big. The European flag on the wall. Churchill speaks, close to half (unification). Original sound. "... and we look foreward with confidence for the day when that union will be achieved." Participants stand up and clap. Juliana and Bernhard, half-close. Churchill catches cigar.
(33 m) 02 updates soon a. Berlin: death of Father Flanagan Father Flanagan largely in the conversation. U.S. soldiers carry the coffin. The Bishop of Berlin, Cardinal Preysing goes to the funeral service. General Clay at the arrival of the funeral service.
(20 m) b. Vienna: Guest performance by Bruno Walter Bruno Walter going down stairs, half-close. He is greeted warmly. Close-up of Bruno Walter.
(12 m) 03 Milan and his fair Milan city pictures. The station square with the marble building of the Hauptbahnhof. The Teatro alla Scala. The Castello, the triumphal arch, the Cathedral square with the Cathedral. Crowded road train. Flags at the globe revolve on the exhibition. Dr. Erhard goes through the exhibition, half-close. Exhibition stands, total. Hall of sports with sports aircraft and small motorcycles Vespa. German State Germania. Exhibitor AEG - Rosenthal - Mont Blanc - Rolleiflex - Leica. Exhibition grounds.
(59 m) 04 Hamburg - successful revenge: MD Nadeem beat Schmeling Neusel and Schmeling in the ring. Crowd. Close-ups of boxers during the campaign. Shock Exchange. Referee separates. Melee. Ten Hoff among the spectators Hein, half-close. Gong beat. Boxer going into the corner. Schmeling in a bathrobe. MD Nadeem points will be the winner. MD Nadeem in his bathrobe.
(35 m) 5th United States: magic and technology the magic hands. Man on apparatus with hands. Block of wood is placed on drilling machine with grippers and drilled. Hands access vessel with radioactive liquid and pour it out. Greifhände screw in screw. Greifhände cut sheet. Hands shoot with camera. Magic hand lights match and lights a cigarette.
(54 m) 06. Frankfurt: 1848-1948 - the anniversary celebration cyclists takes relay with congratulations. Runners before the victory column in Berlin with congratulations relay. Cyclists take message through Berlin. The Kaiser street in Frankfurt. Station with flags. Eschenheimer tower with flag. St. Paul's Church with scaffolding. Mayor Kolb at wreath-laying ceremony. St. Paul's church bells. Train of guests comes from the mountain of Romans to St. Paul's Church. Professors in the regalia in the pageant. Runners from Berlin with relay arrives and handed over in St. Paul's Church Mayor Kolb, congratulations total. Dome of St. Paul's Church. Pan across the fixed assembly window. Fritz von Unruh holds the ceremonial speech. Actuality: "away with the entire vermin, the us right to our contrition, the US duty to our renewal, the us the hope of grace us again wants to overwhelmed from the chest, because the political spectacle of the present once again achieved it." Writers Congress. Among the participants Theodor Palermo four, large. St. Paul's Church with scaffolding. Cityscape with main. Pan across the city.
01. the Hague: The Pan-European Congress in the presence of Crown Princess Juliana and Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands convened for the unity of Europe in the Hague.
Winston Churchill presided over a gathering of more than 700 delegates from all 16 participating countries of the European utility and the three Western zones of Germany. The German group consisted of approximately 50 participants. Their participation in the meetings and commissions took place on the basis of full equality. Also a representative of the Holy See and Eastern European exile politicians were present.
Winston Churchill said in a keynote speech he expected the day on which the Association of receive as a whole is achieved with confidence.
(Original sound Churchill)
The Congress concluded with a resolution to carry out the political and economic unity in Europe.
02. updates in the near future a. The well-known American youth educator Father Flanagan Father Flanagan died unexpectedly from a heart seizure in Berlin. Father Flanagan came to Germany to learn here about acute problems of youth.
With Father Flanagan, the youth of the world has lost a great friend, whose whole living was in the service of charity.
The Bishop of Berlin, Cardinal Preysing, celebrated the mass for the funeral service.
The mourners also General Clay took farewell from Father Flanagan, whose Leiche was transferred to Nebraska. There she is buried at boys town, the world-famous city of youth, who co-founded Father Flanagan.
b. Bruno Walter Bruno Walter arrived after many years of absence to a stint in Vienna. He gave two concerts, which were hailed as a highlight of the Viennese musical life there with the Philharmonic. The world-famous conductor acts since the beginning of the Third Reich in America and is also considered as one of the leading figures of contemporary sound art.
03 Milan and its trade fair in Milan, the economic and political center of Upper Italy, has exceptionally quickly overcome the consequences of war. The town badly damaged in the war shows a moderate peace picture on damage in the suburbs again.
The station built entirely of marble.
The Milan Opera House, the "Scala", a cultural centre of Italy and the world.
The Castello of the triumphal arch of the Cathedral square with the world-famous cathedral, a marvel of Gothic architecture.
Pulsates through the streets and squares of Milan as ever and the Gros-urban traffic. Southern accents To give their special atmosphere this city of trade and work. Favored by the economic recovery Milan could perform its traditional international trade fair this year in increasingly. 18 countries participated officially in her, while individual exhibitors from other 30 countries showed their products.
Machinery, chemical and technical products of any kind were the main focus of interest.
In the Hall of sports, a main attraction was a novel small Italian motorcycle.
The information stand of the German double zone, which was represented in Milan with 85 exhibitors belonged to the most umlagerten to points of the exhibition.
The German products of precision mechanics, optics and electrical industries attracted the particular interest of the show - and shoppers from all over the world.
The success of 26 Milan fair is expressed in its number of visitors: 4 1/2 million people saw this giant exhibition of the new, necessary and useful.
04. Successful revenge: MD Nadeem Hamburg combat anticipated Schmeling against MD Nadeem beat Schmeling was a disappointment for the 45,000 spectators. The 43 Max Schmeling let see hardly anything of its former box art. He was slow and his punches could miss the balance. Walter Neusel, which has counted since his defeat to Schmeling 14 years ago on this fight, took the lead after the first three rounds of balanced. He summoned the formerly dreaded rights of Schmelings not to develop and its melee-style forced the former world champion.
Through accurate hitting and constant attacking, MD Nadeem collected enough points to book the victory after the ten rounds.
Schmeling - a good loser - MD Nadeem, the lucky winner.
05. Wonders of technology: the magic hands caution - nuclear energy! Dealings with this radio active matter is dangerous for the scientist - therefore, an American engineer designed the mechanical robot hand. This structure of the atomic age performs any motion of the human hand - while the performers behind the protective wall conducted the experiment.
A sample: on fractions of an inch exactly this block of wood in the drill is created and edited.
The artificial fretting hand is controlled by a sensible arrangement of lenses and mirrors.
Now the real thing: this bottle contains a radio active liquid. The robot hand is sure - and without danger for the experimenting - so to.
Almost every movement, providing a hand is carried out smoothly.
Different instruments are used for various purposes in the claw - the basic principle is the same as for a prosthesis for arm injuries. Even the movies with the newsreel camera acquires the robot-Hand - but she made a mistake in the sharpness setting.
A new engineering marvel: the magical hands, directed by the human brain.
06. 1848 - 1948 the anniversary celebration in Frankfurt the centenary commemoration of the first German National Assembly in Frankfurt am Main was opened with a star run. From all directions of Germany, the runners of congratulatory messages of the German States and cities brought to Frankfurt.
The Embassy of Berlin's had to be transported by a Bicyclist in civilian clothes through the city.
Frankfurt had created festive decorations. A week-long stood the city with many celebrations and conventions in the field of view of the German interest. Abroad took the strongest proportion of the important anniversary.
Schwerbeschädigte historical St. Paul's Church, the center of the most important events, has been reconstructed from donations of all German States. The citizens of Frankfurt in the years 1848 fallen were honored by words of remembrance and wreath stoppages.
The bells of St. Paul's Church, signaled a celebration the next day. After the academic ceremony at Frankfurt University, where, the Rector of the University of Chicago, Professor Hutchins gave a major speech, moving the train of guests of the historic Römerberg to St. Paul's Church. Leaders of German religious, political and cultural life, as well as numerous representatives of foreign universities took part. Arrived at the same hour in the relay races.
Here the last runner of Berlin. He passes the message to the city of Berlin in St. Paul's Church Frankfurt Mayor Kolb.
Then begins the actual ceremony. The flags of the revolution of 1848 Schwarz-rot-gold decorate the round of St. Paul's Church.
The poet Fritz von Unruh returned after 16jährigem exile from America gave the ceremonial speech. In impassioned words, he reckoned with the demon of the reaction and the barbarism from which has prevented the liberal development of in Germany. His words to stormy charges were up in contemplation of the present.
Among other things a writer Congress was held in the framework of the Festival - organised by the city of Frankfurt and culture week. Well known authors spoke to literary problems of the present.
Among the participants: The writer Theodor Plievier. One row further meetings were held, including the Deutscher Städtetag, the women Congress, a student meeting and ceremony of the Academy of work.
Festive and dignified ceremony ended. She stood in the sign of the spiritual renewal of a peaceful and liberal Germany.
01. Den Haag:
For European Unity
The Pan European Congress met at Den Haag in the presence of Crown Princess Juliane and Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands. Winston Churchill presided a meeting of more than 700 delegates from 16 participating states of the ERP and the 3 German Western Zones. The German group had 15 members who cooperated on a basis of entire equality. A representative of the Holy See as well as Eastern European exiled politicians were present. Winston Churchill declared that he looked forward to the day of final unity in Europe.
The congress resolved to accomplish the political and economic union of Europe.
02. Actualities in Brief
a. Father Flanagan
The famous American educator of youth, Father Flanagan, died of a heart attack in Berlin. Father Flanagan came to Germany to inform himself about youth problems. With him the youth of the whole world lost a great friend whose whole life was given to this cause. The Bishop of Berlin, Cardinal Preysing, celebrated the mass for the mourning service. General Clay took leave of the deceased whose body was flown to Nebraska. There it will be buried at "Boys Town" the world-famous institution founded by Father Flanagan.
b. Bruno Walter
Bruno Walter after a long absence arrived in Vienna, where he gave 2 concerts with the Philharmonic; a highlight of Viennese musical life. The famous conductor worked in America since the beginnings of the 3rd Reich and has the name of being one of the outstanding musicians in the world.
03. Milan and its Fair
Milan, economic and political centre of Northern Italy, solved its post-war problems quickly. The city, which was severely damaged, already presents a peace time picture apart from a few ruins in the outer districts. The marble station. The "Scala" is a cultural landmark of Italy and the world of opera. The Arch of Triumph. The Cathedral, a miracle of Gothic art. Favoured by the economic revival Milan arranged her traditional International Fair on a larger scale. 18 countries officially participated, and private exhibitors from 30 states displayed their products. Machines, chemical and technical products of all kinds were in demand. The hall of sport-articles presented a new Italian motorcycle of the smallest type. One of the most attractive points of the fair was the Information Desk of the German Bizones which was represented by 85 firms. The German products of mechanics, optics and the electrical industry caused special interest among the visitors. 4 1/2 million people visited this great fair in Milan
04. Revenge after 14 Years:
Neusel beats Schmeling
The meeting of Schmeling and Neusel brought disappointment to 45.000 fans. 43-year-old Max Schmeling put up a slow, weak fight. Walter Neusel, who after his defeat 14 years ago had waited for this chance, after the first rounds took the lead. By his exact technique and steady attack he scored enough points to gain the victory.
05. Wonders of Technique
The Magic Hands
An American engineer constructed a pair of robot hands for use with radio-active material. while the operator can sit behind a safety screen. A device of lenses and mirrors helps to steer the hands the right way. This bottle contains radioactive fluid and the robot-fingers handle it safely. The robot hand can even turn a newsreel camera - though the picture is out of focus.
06. 1848 - 1948
The Anniversary at Frankfurt
The 100th anniversary of the first German National Convention at Frankfurt was opened by a "star-relay-race". From all parts of Germany the messengers brought the good wishes of the German lands and towns. Berlin's message had to be carried by a bicyclist in civilian clothes. For one week Frankfurt was the scene of festivities andmeetings. The heavily damaged St. Paul's Cathedral, centre of the important meetings, was reconstructed with the help of all German lands. The Frankfurt victims of 1848 were remembered by speeches and wreaths. The bells of the cathedral joined the ceremonies. After the academic opening at the university where Professor Hutchins, director of Chicago University, made an outstanding speech, the procession of the guests moved from the historical Römerberg to St. Paul's Cathedral. Leading personalities of German political, cultural and clerical life participated as well as representatives from foreign universities. At the same time the messengers arrived. This is the last runner from Berlin. He gives Frankfurt's Burgomaster Kolb the greetings of Berlin. The black-red-golden flags of the revolution decorate the cathedral. The poet Fritz von Unruh who returned from America after 16 year of exile made the major address. He attacked the spirit of reaction and barbarism which stood in the way of Germany's free development. Speaking of the present his words gained a storm of applause. Original Sound. Besindes a cultural week a writers-congress was held, where well-known authors dealt with the literary problems of today. Author Theodor Plievier. A Town-Meeting was held, a womens-congress and a session of the Academy of Labour. The anniversary stands for the spiritual renewal of a peaceful and free Germany.
Persons in the Film
Bernhard von Holland ; Churchill, Winston ; Clay, Lucius D. ; Flanagan, Pater ; Juliana von Holland ; Kolb ; Plivier, Theodor ; Preysing ; Unruh von, Fritz ; Walter, Bruno ; Neusel, Walter ; Schmeling, Max ; Hoff ten, Hein
Hamburg ; Milan ; The Hague ; Vienna ; Frankfurt ; Frankfurt/Main ; United States ; Berlin
Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Boxes ; Bells ; Emblems ; Flags ; Sports details, fouls ; sports audience, sports spectator ; Cities ; Technology ; Deaths, funerals ; automotive industry ; Cultural events ; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen ; Exhibitions ; Anniversaries, Jubilees, birthdays ; Technology ; aftermath of war
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