01 sport a. Vancouver: Canadian Championships in the curling men at the curling. Teams return to the ice when throwing. Discs, large. Winning team with the trophy.
(19 m) b. New York: basketball in Madison Square Garden audience cheer teams. Gate litters. Spectators cheering. Score 54:54. decision only in the final minutes.
(31 m) 2 Munich: Jeanne Lanvin catwalk mannequins in wardrobe. Demonstration in the Bavarian court. Long, next coat. Faux fur jacket. Moving the mannequins. Hüftbetontes afternoon dress. Evening dress made of silk with Ruffles. Organdy evening dress with a wide skirt. Lace evening dress. Evening dress with Bolero. Wedding dress.
(49 m) 03 political streiflichter a. Munich: demonstration of the trade unions and Communist demonstration against Gestapo - judgment speakers speak at meeting of trade unions against the acquittal of today shepherds and Lebküchner. Coordination with hand lifting to again arrest. The crowd on the street. Police in scuffle against communist protesters.
(28 m) b. fall of Ostmark people West bureaux after the decline of the Ostmark. East Berliners lugging bags and travel goods on handcarts.
(15 m) 04 Lüneburg celebrates cityscape Lüneburg Johann Sebastian Bach, totally. Streets with old houses. Sülfmeister Festival in the Town Hall on the occasion of the 200th anniversary of Bach's death. People with historical costumes. Choirboys sing. Notes. Bust of Bach, great.
(41 m) 5th Aintree: Grand National crowds. King George and Queen Elizabeth's arrival. Women with big hats. Horses in the lead ring. Start. The Royal couple in the lodge. Queen Elizabeth looks through binoculars. Falling obstacle. Jump in ZL. Reiterlose horses in the field. Angelhill goes into the lead. Horse legs to run on camera. Viewers. Gelichtetes field. Angelhill crashes. Clongarrig goes into the lead and crashes during jump. FREEBOOTER WINS with 15 lengths. Princess Elizabeth and Princess Margaret in Loge, half-close. Crowd to the winning horse. Jockey rise by horse.
01 sport: a. curling, Canada in Vancouver was Canadian national champion in ice shooting held.
According to the rules the ice swept before the sliding disc blank, to keep the direction.
Such a disc that must be shot in a circle weighs nearly 40 pounds.
This sport is pure community work because the wild sweeping of the partner is almost as important as the careful and elaborate litter itself.
Everyone sweeps on its doorstep - or, in this case, before the own disc.
b. basket-ball, United States at Madison Square Garden in New York, two of the best American basket-ball teams met. It was an unusually tough fight. None of the two teams could afford so acrobatic deposits. Each had to fight fiercely for the victory.
But saw the enthusiastic audience such as seldom before the technology of the basket-ball in perfection. The attacks go back and forth. The fight is undecided until shortly before final whistle. Until the last few minutes bringing the hard-fought decision. And the result - 69: 61 - clearly shows the equivalence of these two masters of the basket-ball.
02. you saw in Munich: Parisian chic 1950 Parisian chic in the Bavarian court. The famous Parisian fashion company Jeanne Lanvin showed in the festive Hall of the Munich hotels their this years summer collection of models - mannequins: you did sometimes not know what - or who - you should admire more.
This is a faux fur jacket, 3/4 long and made of sheep wool. The clothes, especially the Hüftbetonung noticed. Here a black afternoon dress.
This evening dress is made of flaschengrüner silk with white Piqué flounces.
Here, an evening dress from Organdi, studded with black tips.
The skirts are usually far in the evening gowns and swinging. A white lace tulle evening dress.
A white, ribbed silk evening dress. This includes a goldbestickter shrug. It was watching there Go ahead and not to buy - and so also the present husbands came to the full enjoyment of this run from the mother country of fashion.
03. political streiflichter: a. rally in Munich against Gestapo judgment in Munich the trade unions protested the acquittal of the former Gestapomethoden Saeed and Lebküchner by the Munich court. Both were accused of having caused the execution of Eastern workers and Polish deportees without a court hearing. A resolution called for the immediate arrest of return of the two Gestapoführer.
After the rally gathered a large group of Communist demonstrators on the street. Since neither requested nor approved a demonstration train was to disperse the police cordoned off the streets and urged the crowd. On the part of some demonstrators resulted in violence against the police, who then in turn against the demonstrators. At the protest rally Geschwerkschafts Secretary had already declared Wönner to rampaging Communist participants: "Everything that happens next, is not on the account of the Union."
b. "Black Friday"; in Berlin a Heuer "Black Friday" in the eastern provinces.
In Berlin the East currency declined suddenly the previously lowest level since the currency reform: 9 Eastern provinces for 1 Deutschmark.
In bulk, the residents of East Berlin before the West bureaux de change statutes to exchange their Ostmark holdings in Deutsche mark.
The new crisis in the eastern provinces sparked an increased buying activity.
A hectic picture report from the town of dual currency.
04. Lüneburg celebrates Joh. SEB. Bach before 200 years died Joh. SEB. Bach. As a prelude for the great commemorations in Germany and all over the world, the arrival of the young Bach in the picturesque town of Heath of Lüneburg thought 250 years ago. In the candle-lit Hall of Prince you staged a so-called Sülfmeister Festival, at that time the choir boy Brook by the Michaelis monastery itself has seen it before. Participants in historical costumes could resurrect the old days in an intimate ceremony. A boy of today's choir represented the young Bach, whose genius later created the immortal works of religious music.
Immortal sounds meet the historic Hall. The small town of man and musician Bach, creator of the jubilant preludes, fugues, and cantatas commemorates singing and listening.
05 England: went 49 - 36 crashed - 500 000 saw the race of sensations "Grand National"....
Record crowds at Aintree near Liverpool. The famous "Grand National" is held for the 104th time. This time in the presence of the entire British Royal family.
More than half a million spectators had come to see this most serious obstacle race in the world. A feverish tension lies over the massive crowd. Who will be the winner in the "Grand National"? This is the question that has the English public for days and weeks. Then it's time. The Starter lowers the flag - running the race.
49 horses are on the classic English track. The first obstacle is already the first falls. 30 most serious obstacles are to take. And every obstacle claims new victims.
Only the best and most out horses can endure such a race. But also they need a dose of luck to get over the 7 km long line. The leadership changes All the time. As a favorite, "Freebooter" is gone in the race. But still it doesn't look after his victory. "Clongarrig" and "What no sun" ahead of him. And above all Clongarrig is in larger form.
For the second time, the railway is now rode by. Only half of the running horses is still in the race. An outsider comes up and goes into the lead. It is "Angelhill". But there also "Angehill" crashes.
Now, "Clongarrig" has "Freebooter" to the leadership. The penultimate hurdle and the big sensation: "Clongarrig" crashes! Unchallenged, "Freebooter" hunts over the last part of the track. He wins with 15 length advantage.
Of 49 horses, only 13 reached the finish.
For the first time since 1927, a favorite in the "Grand National", the hardest race in the world won again.
a. Ice Curling, Canada
The Canadian Curling Championship was held in Vancouver. According to custom the ice is swept while the curler moves over the ice, in order to keep direction. The curler weighs almost 44 pounds. The sweeping is just as important as the curling itself.
b. Basket Ball, USA
Two of the best American basket ball teams met at Madison Square Garden, New York. It was an unusually tough game. Neither of the teams could afford to use their artistic tricks. Both teams had to fight hard for victory. The audience enjoyed this game very much, and saw the technic of basket ball as seldom before. Shortly before the end, the game was still undecided. Only in the last minutes was the game decided. The result - 69 : 61 - shows clearly the even standing of these two basket ball champions.
02. Munich: Parisian Elegance 1950
Parisian elegance in the "Bayerischer Hof". Jeanne Lanvin, Paris, showed their new summer fashions and sometimes you did not know which you should admire more - the dresses or the mannequins! This is made of artificial fur. And this is a black tea frock. This evening dress is made of green silk and has white flounces. This evening dress is of organdy with black lace. The skirts of the evening dresses are mostly wide and swinging. Here is an evening frock made of lace. Another evening dress of white silk with a gold appliqué jacket. Unfortunately all these glamorous dresses could not be purchased - they were only here to be admired. So even the husbands could enjoy this fashion show.
03. a. Political Newsflashes
Demonstration in Munich against result of Gestapo Trial Munich's unions protested against the acquittal by a Munich jury of the former Gestapo chiefs Schaefer and Lebküchner. Both men were accused of the killing and deporting of Polish workers without any court sentence. A resolution requested the immediate re-imprisonment of the two Gestapo leaders. Communist groups gathered on the streets after the protest meeting. The police dispersed the gathering crowds as demonstrations on the streets are forbidden. Several were injured. The secretary of the union Wönner said to the protesting communists: "Everything that is going to happen now will not be the responsibility of the unions."
b. "Black Friday" in Eastern Berlin
Another "Black Friday" of the East-Mark. The eastern zone currency of Berlin was devaluated to 9 east-marks for 1 D-mark: this is the lowest since money reform. The residents of Eastern Berlin rushed to Western Berlin's exchange offices to turn their East-marks into D-marks. This new East-mark crisis caused another increase in shopping fever. Hectic news from the city with two currencies.
04. Lueneburg honours Johann Sebastian Bach
Johann Sebastian Bach died 200 years ago. The beginning of the Bach celebrations was the memorial at Lueneburg where the young Bach lived for some time 250 years ago. The so-called "Sülfmeisterfest" was performed in the candle-lit hall of the Rathaus, just as Bach saw it when he was still a choir-boy. Men and women and children in historical costumes recalled the old times. A boy of the chorus played the part of the young Bach who created later his immortal religious music. This little town thinks of the great musician Bach while playing his preludes, fugues and cantatas.
49 started - 36 crashed - 500 000 watched ...
the "Grand National", the sensational horse race
Visitor-record at Aintree near Liverpool. The famous "Grand National" was run here for the 104th time. The whole Royal Family was present. More than half a million of people came to watch this most difficult race in the world. A nervous atmosphere lies over the place: "who will win?" is the question that filled the minds of the British public these last days. The race starts -
49 horses take the first obstacle - several crash here. 30 very difficult obstacles have to be taken and each of them throws several of the horses out of the race. Only the fastest and gamest horses can stand this race. But even these need some luck to be able to finish the 7 kilometers -long track. "Freebooter" started the race as favorite but his victory is not at all certain. "Clongarrig" and "What No Sun" are in front of him. "Clongarrig" is in perfect form. When the horses run the second time around the course there are only half of the horses in the race. "Angelhill" - the outsider comes up - but crashes. "Clongarrig" leads, "Freebooter" is second. Another two obstacles - and the sensation: "Clongarrig" crashes! "Freebooter" manages the last part of the race unhindered. He wins by 15 lengths. Out of 49 horses 13 reached the finishing post. This was the first time since the year 1927 that a favorite won the "Grand National", the most difficult horse race in the world.
Persons in the Film
Bach, Johann Sebastian ; Elizabeth von England ; Elisabeth II. von England ; Georg VI. von England ; Margaret von England
Aintree ; New York ; Vancouver ; Munich ; Berlin ; Lüneburg
Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Banking, banking ; Basketball ; DDR ; Demonstrations ; curling ; Police ; Horse riding, horse racing (without harness) ; Sports details, fouls ; sports audience, sports spectator ; sports facilities ; Cities ; Fashion ; Construction ; Anniversaries, Jubilees, birthdays ; finance ; Trade unions ; aftermath of war
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