1st picture messages from Berlin Dr. Jessup, the American delegate to the Security Council of the United Nations in Berlin, big. He speaks at press conference. Empty train tracks. Blocking of the Neukölln Mittenwalde Schienenweges. Same pair of tracks ripped-off. Images from the Max Slevogt Memorial Exhibition. Close-up of Max Slevogt, who 80 years would have been painting. The Berliner Philharmoniker loaded their instruments. The Philharmonic at the airport before departure to England. Furtwängler and Celibidache, half-close.
(57 m) 2nd New York Columbia University: inauguration of Eisenhower catchment of professors. Eisenhower, half close, with a doctorate, at his inauguration as President of the University. Mrs. Eisenhower in addition to her son and his wife among those present, half-close. Eisenhower receives a key symbolic and takes the Chair of the President's place. Eisenhower delivers speech.
go (29 m) 03 dog - legged export Shepherd dogs on a leash. Child with hunting dog and Dachshund on a leash. Woman with Terriers in a kennel. Stafforshire Bull Terrier, great two Weimar hunting dogs, two fox terrier, Italian Greyhound, Boxer. Sheepdog in box with boys. Puppy will be weighed on the scale. Shepherd and dog run in a shipping crate. Three shepherds. Terrier on hind legs. A shepherd dog, big head.
(39 m) 04. London: England commemorates Lord Nelsons Nelson's column in Trafalgar Square. Arrival of Lord Mountbatten and Winston Churchill. The Duke of Gloucester is out front of flags, speech, holding unveiled the busts of Admiral Jellicoe and Beatty and lay down a wreath. Fleet parade.
(34 m) 05. streiflichter from Germany a. 25 years 25 years broadcasting broadcasting - radio car of the RIAS with reporter interview. Building of the NWDR. Building RIAS. Large antenna. Ceremony in the large Sendesaal of radio Frankfurt. Several speakers.
(26 m) b. Tutzing: production of Kleinstkamera production operations. Men with magnifying glasses at work. Camera on the wrist like a watch. Photos of Kleinstkamera compared to the stamp and enlarged.
(30 m) c. Hanover: mannequin school girl in makeup before flipping. Leg massage. Practicing walking and bowing.
(22 m) 6th Rheinland: A village moves to lignite promotion system. Map of village of Bottenbroich. Houses will be demolished and rebuilt. New residential development.
(23 m) 07 Paris: Wyschinskij at the UN Conference: for the 28th time "No" meeting of the Security Council. Sir Alexander Cadogan, England, speaks to a mediation proposal by six neutral countries in the Berlin crisis. Wyschinskij speaks actuality and rejects proposal. The American Representative Dr. Jessup's actuality. Vote. Nine countries voting for the resolution. Wyschinskij and Ukraine vote against it. Wyschinskij packed up his files and decreases with headphones.
01 Berlin attended picture messages from Berlin the American delegate to the Security Council of the United Nations, Dr. Jessup. Dr. Jessup said he wanted to meet Berlin, the city at the center of world attention and the services of the air bridge through personal appearances. He stressed that the airlift will continued and even expanded. In contrast, more and more isolate the Soviets in Berlin. On the orders of the Soviet military Government, Cumberland was canceled by the Berlin suburb new Cologne Mittenwalde. At the end of the American sector of Berlin, the route leads to the Soviet zone now into nothingness... In the blocked Berlin, there are instantly in an exhibition "Five generations" to see a Max-Slevogt Memorial Exhibition. Here earlier recordings of the great painter, who would have been 80 years old now. Max Slevogts illustrations for works of world literature are among the most important creations of the graphic. For the first time the Berlin Philharmonic go back abroad after the war. Rather fly - over the air bridge to England. The loading of the instruments in special crates. The 104 Philharmonic ready to start on the British airfield of RAF Gatow in Berlin. Wilhelm Furtwängler and Sergiu Cellibidache, two conductor of world renown. The Philharmonic Orchestra To give concerts in 14 English cities.
02. Columbia University, New York: The inauguration of Eisenhower's General Eisenhower, the Commander of the Western allies during the war, took over the Office of the President of Columbia University. Representatives from 350 universities and colleges from all over the world took part in the ceremony. Among the guests were numerous high-ranking officers, former war comrades of the new University President.
Mrs. Eisenhower with a son and his wife.
General Eisenhower received a replica of the key to Columbia University as a symbolic gift. Under the applause of those present, General Eisenhower takes the Chair of the President's place.
In his inaugural speech, General Eisenhower emphasized the invaluable of a free science as the basis for any effective activity in the world of the spirit.
03. four-legged export German breed dogs are Very much in demand in foreign countries. The German breed dog-export and import company near Hanover makes the dog barf or the Terrier Foxl to foreign providers.
Includes many: careful breeding, a hard training and - A lot of patience. The results are well worth the effort.
The only existing in Germany copy of a Staffordshire Bull Terrier.
Weimaraner hunting dogs.
An Italian Greyhound.
And Wirehaired TERRIER.
Such as in a school after a timetable going in the Kennel of breed dogs. Even the smallest specimens are subject to thorough control of growth and weight - as the correct babies.
One day says goodbye by the game enjoyed. The dogs are sent in special crates. Most come to America, India, New Zealand, Australia and Sweden. For the folks back home but it says: continue to learn and train in that existence as a race dog commits to wisdom, dexterity and... Dignity: 04. A day of tradition: England commemorates Lord Nelsons England thought of the historic battle of Trafalgar and its hero, Lord Nelson. High personalities of the British Empire met to world-famous Trafalgar Square, the square in the heart of London with the monument of Admiral Nelson's coming back this national memorial day. Thousands of Londoners lined around the festively decorated place.
As representative of the King, the Duke of Gloucester took part in the ceremony. The busts of the admirals Jellicoe and Beatty were revealed at the foot of the Nelson monument. The feast day of Nelson's is a great day for the British fleet at the same time. Today, as in ancient times, it is symbol and protection of the island Empire and his way in the world.
05. streiflichter from Germany: a. 25 years broadcasting the German broadcasting celebrated these days his 25th birthday. In 1923, the first transmission of a broadcast program took place in Berlin.
The Vox-Haus, the first broadcasting job in Berlin, has been destroyed. New buildings now accommodate transmitter from long range with the latest technical facilities. The broadcast has become common knowledge. There was a ceremony in the large Sendesaal of radio Frankfurt Instead of. In attendance were Superintendent of German broadcaster and pioneers from the early days of broadcasting. The bridge in the ether - the broadcasting fluctuates from that time to the present day.
b. smallest camera in Tutzing on Lake Starnberg is the smallest camera in the world in mass production. She is 45 grams and so large--rather as small as a wrist watch. Light intensity and fully automatic precision allow eight snapshots on the running belt without any preparation.
The camera on the wrist did everything himself, on the change of the cartridge. The negative allows magnifications on 6 x 9, which are sharp and brilliant as the shots of an ordinary camera. 30 original negatives, side by side set, are the size of a postage stamp. A Liliput camera attracted attention at home and abroad.
c. These ladies, ladies - train mannequin school beauty. You To want to complete the mannequin-Schule in Hannover with the touch of "beautiful". Even more: To want combining the age-old arts of make-up, Frisierens, and Tastesless with the most modern means of beauty care. Practice makes here too - smooth. And all for only ten steps to be able to perform full grace dresses. Yes, on their steps, ye shall know them! Her gait is graceful and upright, and when they bend, then they bow at most before her Majesty, the customers.
06. a village moved to 60 million tonnes of brown coal are below the village of Bottenbroich to the Rhineland. So this tremendous natural resources of the public can be harnessed, the village must differ with its 700 inhabitants.
House for House is demolished, but rebuilt in the distance. The new settlement is nicer and more modern than the old.
A village on the move, in the interest of rebuilding and the economy.
07. Wyschinskij at the UN Conference: to the 28 times: "No", the United Nations Security Council meets in Paris. The Berlin question is to discuss. The representatives of the six neutral countries have worked out a conciliation proposal to the Berlin question.
Here, Sir Alexander Cadogan, the representatives of Great Britain, speaks out after France, consent. For Soviet Russia, Wyschinskij rejects the proposal in rugged form.
Then speaks of Dr. Jessup for the United States of America. He also agrees with the proposal. Following the vote, the result of which was to be expected, nine Nations are for the resolution. Opposing vote, Wyschinskij and the representative of the Ukraine raise the hand.
The Berlin crisis remains unresolved.
A proposal is set for the 28th time since the existence of the United Nations by the "no" of the Soviet Union to fail.
07. Wyshinskij at UN meeting "NO" for the 28th time Paris is the scene of the meeting of the Security Council of the UN. The representatives of 6 neutral states have worked out a suggestion to mediate in the Berlin question. After France, Sir Alexander Cadogan, representative of Great Britain, accepts the suggestion. Wyshinskij, speaking for the USSR, says "no". Then Dr. Jessup, United States, approves the suggestion. 9 nations are for the resolution, Wyshinskij and the representative of the Ukraine are against it. The Berlin question still unsolved is. For the 28th time the "NO" of the Soviets prevents to agreement in the UN.
1st report from Berlin American delegate in the Security Council of the UN Dr. Jessup visited Berlin. He said he wanted to get personal information about this city which is at the centre of world interest and about the airlift which, according to him, will be continued and improved. The Soviets on the other hand isolates Berlin more and more. The Soviet military Government ordered the dismantling of the rails from new Cologne to Mittenwalde.
A "five generations" show is held in Berlin with a display of the works of Max Slevogt. These are flashbacks of this great painter and illustrator who now would have become 80 years old. For the first time since the was the Berlin Philharmonikers went abroad. The airlift took them to England. Here they are, 104 in number, awaiting their take-off at British airfield near Berlin Gatow. Two world famed directors who want to lead this orchestra in 14 English Wilhelm Furtwängler and Sergiu Cellibidache cities.
02. Columbia University, New York during the war Eisenhower General Eisenhower, Commander in chief of the Western allies, took over the Office of president of Columbia University. Representatives of 350 universities attended the ceremony. Among the guests were highranking officers, former was comrades of the new president. Mrs. Eisenhower, her son and wife. General Eisenhower receives a symbolic present, a model of the key to the Columbia University. He is escorted to the presidential chair. In his inaugurational address General Eisenhower emphasized the great value of a free science for the world.
03. dog export German dogs are very popular abroad. There firm is a special in Germany, German breed dog export and import company near Hanover, which export pedigree dogs of many races. This is the only Staffordshire Bull Terrier in Germany. Weimaraner hunting dogs. Whippet in Italian. A Boxer. A TERRIER. In special boxes the dogs are shipped to America, India, New Zealand, Australia and Sweden.
04. A traditional event: England commemorates Lord Nelson England, commemorated the Lord Nelson and the historical sea-battle of Trafalgar. Highranking personalities of the British Empire met at famous Trafalgar Square, where the monument of Admiral Nelson is located. Thousands of Londoners filled the square. The Duke of Gloucester represented the King. At the monument of Lord Nelson the busts of Admiral Jellicoe and Beatty were unveiled. The day what a day of honour for the British fleet. To-day as in historical times she is symbol and guardian of the island nation and create waterways.
05. news flashes from Germany a. 25th anniversary of Broadcasting The German broadcasting recently celebrated its 25th birthday. In 1923 the first radio program which broadcast from Berlin. The Vox-House, the first station in Berlin, which destroyed. New buildings house powerful radio stations. At radio Frankfurt a ceremony what hero. Directors of German Broadcasting companies and pioneers of the childhood of radio participated.
(b). The smallest camera the smallest camera in the world is being mass produced at Tutzing near Starnberg Lake. Weighing only 45 grams, this camera is not larger than a applies watch. 8 snapshots can be taken one after the other without preparation. everything is automatic. Enlargements up to 6 x 9 centimeters can be made. 30 original negative cover the space of a postage stamp. This camera arouses great interest both at home and abroad.
c. Mannequin school There is a special school for mannequins at Hanover where young girls learn how to display dresses.
06. A village on the move 60 million tons of coal are buried under the village of Bottenbroich in the Rhineland. To utilize these great natural reserves the village with its 700 inhabitants has to move. A mew, better and more modern settlement grows not far away from the old one. A village on the move in the interests of reconstruction and industry.