01 updates soon a. Friedland: refugees from the Eastern German regions ethnic Germans from Poland go across the border. Train of settlers. Registration in the camp. Faces of refugees, large.
(25 m) b. Neumünster: groundbreaking ceremony of a refugee settlement as a gift of the unions start of construction of the Hans Böckler settlement. Dr. Hans Böckler lays foundation stone.
(19 m) c. spiked parade to combat spinal polio poster as a call to the collection. Paralyzed children in hospital and home. Red Cross collect sisters. Collection event.
(22 m) 02 sport a. Berlin: six days preparation in the Sports Hall at the radio tower. Berths are set. Review of bicycles, starting, rounds, shield bonus.
(29 m) b. Garmisch Partenkirchen: SC Riessersee ice hockey EV Füssen 5-4 game. Game scenes in front of goal. Shot on goal. Viewers. Players of huge Lake embrace after victory.
(28 m) 03. Hawaii: so one learns to Hula Hula girl dancing Hula Hula. Children dance Hula Hula.
(26 m) 04. After more than 10 years: The end of the map of food ration cards. Man takes off food Office signs. Ration cards are counted and stacked in sacks. Man wears bag. Young men with cylinder and Crown goodbye. Bags are loaded on carts. Horse neighs, great. Wreath is placed on cars. Official nutrition Office before empty shelves. Ration cards in paper mill.
(43 m) 5th Oberstdorf: ski flying week buses and people in Oberstdorf. People go to jump. Bounce track is put in order. Wind measurements using balloons and plumes. Ski jumper. Sepp Weiler before take-off. Jump Sepp Weiler 133 m. jump of Swiss of Andreas de shear 130 m (3.). Springer crashes. Springer. Crowds to the Hill. Nacario, Sweden, jump a new world record, 135 m. audience clapping, half-close. Nacario, half close, surrounded by autograph hunters. Nacario thrown up by comrades.
01 updates soon: a. refugees a silent train of misery: 700 Germans from the present-day Poland exceed nearby Friedland Soviet Russian British zone. You are the first evacuees transport of designated by 25,000 Germans from the areas east of the Oder-Neisse line. You want To find accommodation and existence at family members in the Federal Republic.
The suffering of the past few years is in the faces of these men, women and children. The escape and the harassment are at an end. But the serious way in a new life is ahead of them.
b. laid the first refugee settlement laid the first refugee settlement. The start of construction for the "Hans Böckler-Siedlung" occurred in a solemn ceremony in Neumünster She shall consist of 800 apartments for displaced persons.
The settlement is essentially a gift of the unions and to be the beginning of a huge Bauprogrammes of 10,000 refugee housing. The ceremony of the laying of the foundation stone took place Dr. Hans Böckler, the Chairman of the German Trade Union Federation, is also named after the first refugee settlement of the Federal Republic.
c. Penny Parade "Penny Parade" to combat the spinal infantile paralysis. At the suggestion of German-American clubs in Munich, a Honorary Committee launched the first German relief organization for victims of polio. In the last two years, more than 2,000 people are been attacked in Bavaria alone by this insidious disease.
Proceeds from the relief operation is used among other things to the acquisition of modern equipment for artificial respiration. Prominent representatives of public and cultural life were in the service of this German-American relief effort.
The "Penny Parade" is the counterpart to the traditional American "March of dimes".
02. sport: a. 6-days race Berlin last preparations for the 32nd Berlin six-day race in the Sports Hall at the radio tower. The beds are made up, the wheels checked. 13 international teams in the arena of the swirling pedal pull for 145 hours.
Then is the actor Hans Söhnker the start character for the 6 day tour of participants from 7 Nations. The first rounds are shot and already there are also the first hunts. Exciting incidents, Sprint, rating and high spirits!
The six-day fever grabs the Berliners like old times of Sports Palace. And the Sports Palace Waltz twitters as they did across the room.
b. ice hockey Riess Lake / feet a dramatic hour at the Eisstadion in Garmisch-Partenkirchen. 12,000 spectators watched the championship match SC Riessersee against EV Füssen. (Feet: black pants).
Already in the first third of the fascinating game there was a Furioso by Gates on both sides. Both teams played with a captivating attack ELAN. The fight was tough but fair.
After the first 20 minutes, the champion was superior feet 4-3. In the second section of the game huge Lake was the score 4-4. Feet came in swimming and in the final section of the game, the challenger to the 5: 4 could shoot up.
This is the SC Riessersee of expected new German champion.
03. Hawaii: So one learns to Hula!
In Honolulu, Hawaii, hula dancing is compulsory and favorite pastime of all ages. Therefore, even the three year olds learn early the national dance of the island.
He is an expressive dance and each gesture tells a legend is handed down from generation to generation - just like the Hula, the soft, rhythmic chirping leitmotif of the South seas.
04. After more than 10 years: the end of the food card after more than 10 years has blessed the time the food ration card. Quietly, she now goes the way of all paper. Accurately registered and counted for the last time with well-known thoroughness, leaving the bundle regiments of armored storage rooms. The symbol of an unfortunate time ends in the sacks of waste paper merchant.
Who had a sense of humor - as this card in Hannover - he made The end of management with a mourning delegation from the caste of the surviving consumers. A bizarre weird, but typical episode of our time.
The final act takes place in the mills of the mills - The end of a section.
Oberstdorf: ski flying week international ski week on Central Europe's largest ski flying Hill in Oberstdorf increased from day to day to new high points of performance, number of visitors and the enthusiasm for sports. Who could any pilgrimage themselves in the Allgäu Winter Wonderland to see the wonders of flying people with my own eyes. Much is work, when it comes to bending or breaking of world records, especially the track of snow and favorable wind. With balloons and smoke it explores the vagaries of the quietest melodies. And now it's like a jerk by the masses. Jump master. Start up there, 165 m high, almost at the height of the Ulm Cathedral. There is Sepp Weiler. He races over the runway at 120 miles an hour, and with Eagle wings, he sails through the air. With his best jump, the German champions reached the fantastic range of 133 m. Overall, he is in 1st place. Here, the Swiss jumping Andreas de shear, whose personal style and brilliant engineering again fell on. He was the third best with 130 m. Break landings were rare despite the abysmal car and also this exception here was gimpflich. Day to day jumped the bird people of 5 Nations: Sweden, Italy, Switzerland, Austria and Germany and break world records at the churning. Each jump takes around 3 seconds, a small eternity for up in the air and the tens of thousands, their Augen are focused on him. And then came the Augemblick, which made sports history. 27 Swedish Dan Netzel was on the takeoff, floated in featherweight single flight through the air and lands again, much more than ever before a person on skis. 135 m, a world record, seemed to be seconds earlier in the area of the unattainable. The likeable Swede was rough but warmly celebrated. His performance was the highlight of the prestigious ski flying week of Oberstdorf.
01. Actualities in Brief:
About 700 Germans from Poland crossed the Soviet Russian-British border near Friedland. It is the first part of 25 thousand Germans expelled from the districts east of the Oder-Neisse line. They will find new homes and places to work with relatives in the Bundesrepublik. The faces of these men, women and children show the sorrow they went through during the last years. The escapes and the plotting are over now - but the way to a new life still lies ahead of them.
b. Inauguration of the First Refugee Settlement
In Neumünster, the first settlement for refugees, the "Hans Böckler settlement" is built. It will have 800 apartments for the homeless. The settlement is a present from the Trade Unions and is the start of a great building program for 10 thousand apartments for refugees. Dr. Hans Böckler, the chairman of the German Trade Union, after whom this first refugee settlement is named, presided at the inauguration.
c. Pfennig Parade
The "Pfennig Parade" helps fight against infantile paralysis. At the suggestion of the German-American Club in Munich a committee started the first German action for the victims of this dread disease. During the past two years more than two thousand people have been taken ill in Bavaria. The Pfennig Parade will make possible the buying of the most modern apparatus for artificial respiration. Prominent representatives of public and cultural life placed themselves at the service of this German-American action. The Pfennig Parade is a counterpart of the traditional American "March of Dimes."
a. Six Day Race in Berlin
In the Sport Hall at the Funkturm in Berlin last preparations for the 32nd Six Day Race are made. The cabins are fixed, the bicycles tested. For 145 hours 13 international teams move into the arena of whirling pedals. The actor Hans Söhnker gives the starting signal for the 6 day round trip for the teams of 7 nations. The first rounds are over. Exciting moments, spurts, jockeying for points and high spirits. The Six Day fever has caught the Berliners like in old Sportpalast times. And the Sportpalast waltz is played - - just like old times.
b. Ice Hockey: Riessersee vs Füssen
A dramatic event in the Ice Stadium at Garmisch-Partenkirchen. SC Riessersee met EV Füssen. 12 thousand spectators saw the fight for the German championship. (Füssen black shorts). In the first part of the game goals were scored by both sides. Both teams attacked continuously. The fight was hard, but fair. After the first/20 minutes EV Füssen led SC Riessersee, 4 : 3. In the second third the game was tied, 4 : 4. The last third of the game brought a goal for Riessersee and so SC Riessersee became the new German champions.
In Honolulu on the island of Hawaii the Hula-Hula dance is the favourite enjoyment for everybody. Three year old kids learn the traditional dances of the island. It is an expressive dance and each gesture tells an old story which is inherited from generation to generation - just like the Hula-Hula itself. The Hula-Hula, the soft rhythmical, always recurring motif of the South Seas.
04. After More Than 10 Years:
The End of the Ration Cards
After more than 10 years the ration ticket has died. Very quitely the cards now go where, in the end, all paper goes. Thoroughly registered, and for the last time with the well-known thoroughness counted, the bundled cards leave the shelves of the armour plated walls in the store rooms. The symbol of unlucky times ends in the sacks of the junkman. This ration ticket office in Hannover had a sense of humour. They celebrated the end of rationing with a funeral procession of the survived "Normalverbraucher". (Ration ticket receivers). An uneasy but characteristic episode of our times.
05. The Flying Sportsmen From Oberstdorf
World Record in Ski-Jumping
The international ski jumping week on Central Europe's highest ski jump at Oberstdorf brought new amazing results. Every day the number of spectators increased and also enthusiasm for the sport. Everyone who could get there went into the winter-fairy-tale land to see the wonder of the flying sportsmen with their own eyes. Everything must be in order when it means breaking records. Most important is the right kind of snow and favourable winds. And now a movement goes through the crowd. The jumping starts. The ski jump is 165 meters high, almost as high as the Cathedral at Ulm. (Germany's highest). There is Sepp Weiler! At 120 kilometers per hour he races down the starting track and like a big bird flies through the air. With his best jump, the German champion reaches the fantastic distance of 133 meters. In the end-score he is the best. And now Andreas Däscher from Switzerland, whose style and brilliant technique surprised again and again. With 130 meters he became third. Crashes were few. Everyday the sportsmen from 5 nations - Sweden, Italy, Switzerland, Austria, Germany - jumped and continously broke world records. Each jump takes 3 seconds - a long time for the man in the air and for all the thousands of people who watch him. And here is the one moment which made history in skiing: the 27 year old Swede Dan Netzell races down the starting track and flies through the ether, further than any person on skis has ever flown before: 135 meters, a world record. This jump remained the high light of the magnificent ski jumping week at Oberstdorf.
Persons in the Film
Böckler, Hans ; Descher, Andreas ; Netzell, Dan ; Weiler, Sepp
Oberstdorf ; Garmisch-Partenkirchen ; Berlin ; Garmisch Partenkirchen ; Neumünster ; Friedland ; Munich ; Hawai'i ; Frankfurt
Sachindex Wochenschauen ; reference cards ; Refugees ; Cycling ; Ski, skiing, ski jumping ; sports audience, sports spectator ; sports facilities ; Dance ; Animals (except dogs) ; Medicine ; Welfare, aid agencies, care ; Home ; Hockey ; Cinema commercials ; Autographs ; construction ; Trade unions ; Traffic: pedestrians ; aftermath of war
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