01 updates soon a. Mainz: arrival of the French High Commissioner André François Poncet greeting by André Francois Poncet on the station. Francois Poncet goes next to officers of the army of occupation. Young girl with flower bouquet Francois Poncet. Francois Poncet in welcoming speech before the country heads of the French zone, great.
(15 m) b. Berlin: resignation General Howley Howley, American officers are large, report on its activities as the State Commander of Berlin.
(15 m) c. United States: Berlin theater professionals in America New York skyline. Hate Director Ernst Schröder, Otto actor, scenographer, costume designer ITA Maxinovna, critic Friedrich Luft converse with Mady Christians and Kurt Weil about American Theatre problems, actuality. "We were Very much interested to see the University theater, we had heard A lot of them, because this University Theatre are Yes, the source of our professional theatre. Professional theatre here in New York, it is where we get the actual young actors here. Female Christians, there is the possibility that, Mady Christians and you, Kurt Weil, their performance of the Threepenny Opera in Munich started, come to Germany? "What do you say, Mr Weil?."I hope that you will perform A few of the works in Germany, I've written in the past 14 years, and then I would like to come and be and help." "... and then you To write a role for me and then I'm coming."
(31 m) 02. The Ecuador earthquake debris field. People have mountains and go through debris. Soldiers in recovery. Wounded on board. Destroyed House of God. Temporary shelters. Aerial view of the region.
(30 m) 3rd Strasbourg: meeting of the European Council cityscape Strasbourg. Waving flags. Schumann gets out of car, half-close. Upon arrival Bevin, Count Sforza, Winston Churchill. At the negotiating table of Robert Schumann besides Couve de Murville, Bevin, half-close. Paul Henry Spaak is elected Chairman. Winston Churchill speaks flag at rally on balcony with Europe, half-close. Listeners applaud. People, screen-filling. Churchill shows the V sign.
(36 m) 4th America's coastal protection lands helicopter with rubber floats. Rescue boat, which again is after capsizing. Icebergs. Lighthouse keeper will be replaced with breeches buoy in high seas. Stranded ship. People recovered with breeches buoy. Cruising sailing ship.
(31 m) 05. Hamburg: children play Karl May children as spectators, half-close. Ponies pull wagon. Trappers and Indians. Trappers drive calves. Assault on the camp, and battles between Indians and trappers. Boy's torture. Old Shatterhand and Winnetou riding on ponies. Smoking the peace pipe.
(42 m) 06. From the sunny South a. Spain: wild horses wild horses grazing in the pasture. Foal. Stallion fight.
(18 m) b. Sicily: tuna fishing tuna in the sea. Look through the mask on tuna. Fishing with nets. Tuna are taken on board.
(18 m) c. Arezzo: equestrian rider riding against figure and hit them with the Lance. The winner.
(10 m) 7th peine: German Schwimmeisterschaften 1949 clapping spectators, half-close. ZL high diver. Judge show value notes. ZL high diver. Winner makes in the diving Günther Haase, Handstand and Salto ZL. 100 m crawl women: start. Gisela Jacob Arendt won in 1 minute, 11.6 seconds. She will be congratulated at the edge of the pool. 200 m breaststroke men: small, Munich, swimming the butterfly style us WINS in 2 minutes 40.9 seconds. Small as the winner at the edge of the pool.
01 updates soon: a. André François-Poncet of the French High Commissioner for Germany, André François-Poncet, arrived in Mainz. High officers of the army of occupation welcomed François-Poncet, who will have its provisional headquarters in Mainz.
The appointment of High Commissioners instead of military governors mean a step in the direction to a normal state, François-Poncet stressed in his welcoming speech before the heads of the countries of the French zone.
b. Howley General Howley, American city Commander and Director of the American military Government for Berlin, from his post stepped down. He is best known his firm stand especially during the Berlin blockade.
As one of his last official acts General Howley was a report from American officers about his work as United States return Berlin City Commander since 1945 general Howley again in his civilian job after.
(c). Theatre professionals in America at the invitation of the American military Government in Germany took 4 Berlin theater professionals a study tour by the theatre of the United States: the Director Ernst Schröder - the actor Otto Ernst Hasse - the scenographer, costume designer ITA Maximovna - and the critic Friedrich Luft.
At a meeting with the actress, Mady Christians and the famous composer Kurt Weil, they talked about American Theatre problems.
"We were Very much interested to see the University theater, we had heard A lot of them, because this University Theatre are Yes, the source of our professional theatre. Professional theatre here in New York, it is where we get the actual young actors. Female Christians, is the possibility that, Mady Christians and you - their performance the Threepenny Opera is restarted in Munich - Kurt Weil after Germany?
What say you, Mr. Weil?
"I hope that you will perform A few of the works in Germany, I've written in here for the last 14 years, and then I would like to come and be, and help..." (Christian wife's): "... and then you To write a role for me and then I'm coming!"
02. the earthquake in Ecuador, a terrible earthquake struck the South American Republic of Ecuador. For almost two weeks, the Earth within a radius of 11,000 square kilometers was rocked by new shocks. The landscape changed. New rivers emerged. Sulphur and water shot up. Hillsides collapsed. Whole mountain came in motion. A few were completely destroyed by 50 affected towns.
According to recent estimates, there were over 6,000 deaths. Well over one hundred thousand people were left homeless. This earthquake was one of the biggest disasters that have affected South America ever.
Rescue and relief efforts deployed Right away. The other American States helped by extensive supplies of all kinds, to alleviate the worst suffering.
03. to the unity of Europe in Strasbourg, the Consultative Assembly of the Council of Europe met for its inaugural session. 100 delegates from 12 Nations, including 12 foreign ministers, had appeared.
Robert Schuman, France's Foreign Minister, Britain's Foreign Secretary Ernest Bevin, Count Sforza represents Italy.
Winston Churchill, the best-known champion of European unity.
The Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe met at the same time at the Strasbourg Town Hall. Paul Henri Spaak, the former Prime Minister of Belgium, was unanimously elected as the President of the Consultative Assembly. At a rally on the place Kléber, Winston Churchill spoke to 15,000 listeners. He said: "our hope and our work is considered an age of peace and wealth, in which Europe again is the spiritual source for the world."
In the Consultative Assembly, Churchill applied for Germany's admission to the Council of Europe.
04. America's coastal protection: Savior, guardian, helper - the American coastal protection as Savior: A novel helicopter with rubber floats. He can water in heavy seas. Now a practical rescue boat. If it capsizes, occupants need to hang - only on one side and already you can enter again.
The coastal protection as a guard: Certain ships are intended to detect icebergs and give appropriate warnings.
The coastal protection as helpers: Replacement of a lighthouse keeper in high seas. And this is about people's lives. Passengers and crew to safety are brought from a stranded ship. For over 150 years, the coastal protection wakes day and after about the American shipping.
05. stake and peace pipe children play Karl May Wild West at the Tierpark Hagenbeck in Hamburg - Stellingen. Pull through the lonely Prairie wagons to a new storage area - in the Wild West at the time of the great Indian battles. As for Karl May - the Indians and trappers are children who bring characters from Karl May's books to life here.
They play in the daylight saving time for a youthfully enthusiastic audience.
The situation here is clear: Scouts of the tribe of the Sioux Indians have discovered the Tamuno. The drama in the prairie begins... Assault on the camp.
At the stake!
As old Shatterhand and Winnetou intervene.
At a peace pipe, the dispute is settled... so real like with Karl May.
06. from the sunny South...
, As it knows no one - in Pontevedra, in the North of the country, wild horses on the mountainous pastures cavort Spain. A peaceful image that is suddenly disturbed by a spirited debate. There is fierce fighting between the leading stallion in the herd and his rivals. But then again idyllic calm returns in the paradise of wild horses.
Now a glimpse of Sicily. The fishermen have seen it This time on big game. Tuna will go into the net. There they are - quickly and facing. But the nets were well spent. Petri Heil, and rich booty!
As at the time of the Crusades is in Arezzo in Italy – the great Italian tradition of Knight rises Once again before the eyes of the spectators. It is to make the puppet character of the "King of the Saracens" with safe Lance stitch.
A Bravo for the winner!
07 in top form seen German Championships 1949 good services float in peine, Germany - Hanover - at the German Championships in swimming and diving. Diving - a contest in which the participants reached international stature. The winner, Günther Haase, OER-Erkenschwick, in a Handstand with a somersault.
Start of the women's 100-meter crawl. Gisela Jacob Arendt is Right away at the top. It keeps its lead and WINS less than 1 minutes 11.6 seconds ahead of Ursel Krey, Kiel.
200 m breaststroke men... the race, which was expected with the utmost tension. Track # 5: Klein, Munich. He swims the butterfly style, while his opponents prefer the old style of breast. Small far from the water shoots up at every turn. He is already in the lead. Now a model change - and the last train.
Klein won ahead of Halo in the excellent time of 2 minutes 40.9 seconds.
01. Actualities in Brief:
a. André Francois-Poncet
The French High Commissioner for Germany, André Francois-Poncet, arrived in Mainz. High officers of the occupation force met Francois-Poncet, who will have his temporary headquarters in Mainz. The appointment of the High Commissioners instead of the Military Governors means another step forward to normal conditions, Francois-Poncet said in his speech to the Land Directors of the French Zone.
General Howley, the Commandant and Mil. Gov. Director of the American Sector of Berlin has resigned. He was noted for the firm stand he took during the blockade. General Howley reported to American officers about his work as Berlin Commandant since 1945. General Howley will return to his former civilian profession.
c. Theatre Experts in America
Four Berlin theatre experts went to America by invitation of Military Government: Intendant Ernst Schroeder, the actor Otto Ernst Hasse, the designer Ita Maximovna and the critic Friedrich Luft. They discussed American theatre problems with Mady Christians. (Original Sound): "We were very anxious to see the studio theatres, of which we have heard much before, because they are the base for our professional theatres. We get our young actors from these groups." "Miss Christians, is there any chance that you and Kurt Weill - whose Dreigroschen Oper was just shown in Munich - will come to Germany?" "What do you say, Mr. Weill?". "I hope that some of the plays which I have written here during the last 14 years, will be performed in Germany and then I would like to come and help ..." (Mrs. Christians)" ... and than you should write a parte for me and I will come, too".
02. Earthquake in Ecuador
The South American State of Ecuador was struck by a disastrous earthquake. The ground was shaken for almost two weeks over a radius of 11,000 square meters. The land changed shape, new rivers, sulphur and watersources appeared. Whole mountains started moving. Out of 50 towns hit several were completely destroyed. According to a rough estimate there were 6,000 casulties. More then a hundred thousand people became homeless. This earthquake is one of the greatest catastrophes which has ever struck South America. First aid started immediately. Other American countries tried to alleviate the misery by extensive deliveries.
03. For European Unity
The Europe Council met at Strasbourg with 100 delegates from 12 nations and 12 foreign ministers. Robert Schuman, France's Foreign Minister; the British Foreign Minister Ernest Bevin; Count Sforza, Italy; and Winston Churchill, the famous fighter for an United Europe. At the same time the Ministers Board of the European Council met in the Strasbourg City Hall. Paul Henri Spaak, the former Belgian Prime Minister, was elected President. At an assembly on the Place Klébor Winston Churchill talked to 15,000 people. He said: "Our hopes and our work are for a period of peace and wealth, in which Europe will become again a spiritual source for the whole world. "Churchill proposed Germany's admission at the European Council.
04. America's Coast Guard:
Rescuer, Guards, Helpers -
The American Coast Guard as rescuers: a new helicopter with rubber pontoons. It can also land on heavy seas. When these turn over one must cling to the sides - and can get in again! Coast Guards as guards: special ships are used to spot icebergs and report them. Coast Guard as helpers: shifting a lighthouse keeper through heavy sea! And here it means saving lives. The passengers and the crew of a stranded ship are rescued. The Coast Guard has watched for 150 years, day and night, over American navigation.
05. Children play Karl May
Wild West at the Hagenbeck Zoo in Hamburg-Stellingen. Carriages move through the prairie to a new camping place, just like it was during the time of wild fighting - and of Karl May. The Indians and trappers are kids, who made Karl May's figures come to life. They play during the summer for an enthusiastic audience. This situation is clear: Sioux spies have discovered several trappers. The prairie drama begins ... attacking the camp. The torture stake! Now Old Shatterhand and Winnetou get busy. The fight ends with a peace pipe ... as in Karl May's books.
06. From the Sunny South ...
Spain, as nobody knows it - near Pontevedra in the north, of the country, wild horses on the loose. A peaceful picture, which all of a sudden is interrupted by a temperamental quarrel. The stallion started fighting his rival. But than it becomes quiet again in this paradise for wild horses. Now Sicily. The fishermen try to catch tuna fish. Here they are - fast and agile. But the nets were spread out skillfully. As in the time of the crusades, in Arezzo, Italy, they try to hit the puppet of the "King of the Saracens." A toast to the winner!
07. Swimmers in Best Form
German Championship 1949
One saw good sport in Peine, Hanover, at the German Swimming Championship, and the competitors reached international form.
The winner, Günther Haase, Erkenschwick, showing a somersault dive.
Start of the 100 meter women's crawl. Gisela Jacob-Arendt leads and wins in 1 minute and 11,6 seconds before Ursel Krey, Kiel.
200 meter free-style for men aroused the greatest interest. Track number 5 is Klein, Munich. He swims the breast-stroke, while his opponents prefer the old free-style.
Now he leads - the last lap. Klein wins from Heina in the excellent time of 2 minutes and 40,9 seconds.
Persons in the Film
Bevin, Ernest ; Christians, Mady ; Churchill, Winston ; Couve de Murville ; François-Ponçet, André ; Hasse, Otto Ernst ; Howley ; Luft, Friedrich ; Maximovna, Ita ; Sforza ; Spaak, Paul Henry ; Schröder, Ernst ; Schuman, Robert ; Weil, Kurt ; Haase, Günter ; Jacob Arendt, Gisela ; Klein, Herbert
Peine ; Mainz ; Berlin ; Strasbourg ; Sicily ; United States ; Hamburg ; Ecuador ; New York ; Strasbourg ; Arezzo
Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Viet Nam ; Disasters ; Children ; Europe, EDC, EEC ; Flags ; fishing ; Shipping ; Swimming ; Sports details, fouls ; sports audience, sports spectator ; Cities ; Animals (except dogs) ; Cultural events ; People ; festivals ; Competitions ; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen ; aerial photographs ; Construction ; Crew ; aftermath of war
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