1st wild boar hunting in the Eifel region of wild boar ravaged field. Hunters walk with dogs through woodland. Boars flee. Hunter shoots wild boars. Bite of a dead boar. Bubbles of the Halali.
(34 m) 2 2 years Marshall Bidault, half-close. Bevin, half-close. Truman signs the Marshall plan. Marshall plan exhibition in Hof in Bavaria. Goods and boards. George Marshall receives certificate of commendation in Washington. Marshall speaks, half close to the original sound. "It is an investment in preserving the freedom of men in a clean and decent world."
(34 m) 03. For the women: Fashionable and practical a. Hamburg: fashion show Molyneux in the Esplanade Hotel "Fabiola" Velvet coat with Greek cut evening dress. Argyle Street dress. Strapless dress for lunch. Tulle dress.
(27 m) b. portable electric sewing machine sewing machine is unpacked. Sewing, great.
(17 m) c. Hamburg: hair dry hood with speaker woman sits at hairdresser under hood and listening to music.
(16 m) 04 political streiflichter a. Berlin: Pentecostal March of the FDJ moving the FDJ in the sector boundary. Throwing leaflets in the French sector. Rally of Communists in the British sector is resolved by the police. Reuter speaks, original sound. "We are To give No more freedom the enemies of freedom than is given in the East of Berlin. We will not provide of course therefore the Olympic Stadium this Communist organization."
(25 m) b. escape of the Dresdner choir of the Mozart choir sings. The conductor talks about the reasons of his escape. Original sound. "No, we will not return, because it required of us, that we join the FDJ closed, that we singing Communist songs, partisan songs, etc." We see but as Dresdner Mozart choir. our mission is to remain a purely artistic institution"
(17 m) c. The Hague: Conference of the Atlantic Pact meeting participants. The American Johnson Secretary of defense talks about the issues of collective self-defense, close to half.
(14 m) 5th sport a. England: ski jumping snow is applied to jump. Jumps and falls. Spout in Hay.
(20 m) b. Berlin: Soccer tennis Borussia - Union Sportive Casablanca 10-2 game in the Olympic Stadium. Spectators, half-close. Shots on goal for Berlin. The champions of North Africa is inferior.
(22 m) c. Hamburg: HSV - Belenenses Lisbon soccer 6:1 bung bottle when exchanging the pennant. Players of Lisbon makes hand in the penalty area. Penalty - shot on goal. Viewer, screen-filling. 2.Torschuß for Hamburg. Audience clapping. Lisbon shoots 2:1 game scenes before the Portuguese goal and scoring.
(35 m) d. United States: Motocross motorcycle riders through marshy terrain. Mud fountains splash. Winner receives a kiss from a girl and small cup.
01. again, "Halali!"
The wild boar of the German Agriculture to damage increasingly wild boar hunting in the Eifel mountains since World War II. Here one of the wild boars ravaged field. Millions lost to agriculture.
For some time guns have been provided now the German hunters, deal with this scourge. These are shots of hunting in the Eifel as they rarely succeed, because wild boar is extremely shy. The hunting is not without danger. Gunshots animals attack Right away. A faster and safer shot here is the best self defense. This halal show how wild boar of farming and - humans also can be dangerous.
A successful day of hunting is to end.
02. two years Marshall was two years ago launched the Marshall plan. The global reconstruction program has brought back the life level of 18 Nations in these two years on a peace-moderate height. Also the large economic rise in Germany began with the signing of the ERP by President Truman. This historical anniversary, a comprehensive exhibition was opened in Hof in Bavaria.
With a share of over $800 million German production has more than doubled since the start of the ERP.
The anniversary solemnly committed second this historic billion program a certificate of commendation was presented to the former United States Secretary of State George Marshall. Marshall then recommended the unabridged continuation of aid for the next two years in an address.
(Original sound: "It is an investment in preserving the freedoms of men in a clean and decent world.")
03. for women: fashionable and practical a. a Molyneux in Hamburg spring greetings from Paris. The fashion house of Molyneux showed in the Hotel Esplanade in Hamburg his latest collection. The showpiece of the show: "Fabiola" - a taubengrauer taffeta coat and including A lot tulle in antique cut. A plaid Street dress with black straw hat. Here, a removable jacket, free shoulders, white sequins on a black background - for great afternoons. Summer evenings cast their shadows ahead... lovely shade made of tulle and taffeta and longing.
b. sewing machine and here something for dressmakers and housewives, who is also on the way useful press To want.
A company in Kappeln, Schleswig-Holstein, constructed this portable sewing machine. Equipped with an electric universal motor, sews, embroiders and stuffs this 10pfündige small issue as well as any full-blown machine.
The hausfrauliche fact can be held now in the garden or at the friend's House.
c. Hood with radio "The rage" for hairdressing salons: the hood with built-in speakers.
According to the idea of a Hamburg-based company now drying the hair with music. Water and "Danube" shafts in one pass... an innovation to get more comfortable "under the hood".
04. political streiflichter: a. FDJ Berlin 500,000 members of the Communist free German Youth To want to Pentecost by Berlin March. Meanwhile, the FDJ organised a provocative March on the sector boundary.
After Anpöbelung of the Municipal Council of West Berlin and the West German Government threw the young leaflets in the French sector.
Other, non-approved rally of Communists in the British sector had to be resolved by West Berlin police violently.
Professor Reuter, Mayor of Berlin, explained to the planned FDJ meetings in West Berlin: (original tone: "we are To give No more freedom the enemies of freedom than is given in the East of Berlin.) We are not of course so the Olympic Stadium this Communist organization to provide...") b. The famous Dresden Mozart-Chor has fled Dresden Mozart choir led by its conductor, Werner Schueck protest against artistic oppression in the Soviet zone to West Berlin. Occasionally a concert in the Titaniapalast said the conductor of the reasons to take this step: (original sound: "no, we will not return, because it required of us, that we join the FDJ closed, that we singing Communist songs, partisan songs, etc.")
We see our main task but as the Dresdner Mozart-Chor, to remain a purely artistic institution.")
c. Defense Conference in the Hague Conference on collective self defense.
Representatives of the 12 Atlantic Pact States gathered in the Hague. Elaborated a common defense plan in the event of an attack.
Johnson Secretary of Defense, United States, declared: "should an attacker force us to war, we must be able to defend ourselves - and to beat him."
05. Sports: a. ski jumping, England why in the distance cast! So you thought ski addicts in London all the time. You imported snow from Norway and organised an international ski jumping - in the middle of the spring.
The first ski jumping By the way, that was the Thames town.
The temperature is warm and the run ends in a large haystack.
Inevitable falls. But the bird people of London and Oslo are Hardy... If they get only no hay fever... b. Berlin, Hamburg Easter soccer German football international encounters brought a wealth. Teams from the Switzerland, Austria, Sweden, Spain, Portugal and even Africa had come.
Here, in the Olympic Stadium, Berlin top play tennis Borussia (white trousers) from about 75,000 spectators against Union Sportive Casablanca from Morocco.
The multiple champion of North Africa could arise despite good individual actions against the Berlin. 10: 2 defeated tennis Borussia its African guests. Another interesting encounter occurred in Hamburg there played before 25,000 spectators in the HSV against the Portuguese team Belenenses Lisbon, dark shirts. Shortly after kick-off a defender to score in the penalty area by hand makes.
Penalty for the HSV. 1: 0 for Hamburg.
The hamburgers are clearly superior. And after a short time it is 2-0. An error of the Hamburg defence - and Lisbon has reduced to 2-1.
No more maintain Nunist of HSV. The guests are literally being constricted.
The Portuguese owe only the great can their door man that their defeat is not higher. Still a very nice goal for Hamburg.
6: 1 the spirited guests from Lisbon must To give himself beaten.
c. motorcycle racing United States off-road in America. With the motorcycle through thick and thin, mud and clay, trash and dirt.
A fiery race!
Each participant will receive a mud free. The successful burrowing is their reward: a kiss, a price, a girl - for the 1950 champion.
01. Again "Halali"!
Boar Hunting in the Eifel
Since the end of the war the boars have been damaging more and more German farms. Here you see a field vasted by boars, and millions of marks are thus lost for agriculture. German hunters were given weapons lately in order to enable them to overcome this plague. These are pictures taken at a hunt in the Eifel, pictures which can be taken very rarely, as boars are very shy. This kind of hunting is not without danger - wounded boars attack the hunter at once. One fast and sure shot is the best self defence. Those teeth demonstrate how dangerous boars are to agriculture and - might be for men. A successful hunt is over.
02. Two Years of Marshall Plan
The Marshall Plan started two years ago. The world-wide reconstruction program has helped 18 nations to regain their peacetime Standards during the last two years. The great German economic rise began by President Truman's signing of the ERP. This historic anniversary was celebrated in Hof, Bavaria, by the opening of a grand ERP exhibition. With a share of 800 million dollars German production has doubled since the begin of ERP. On occasion of the second anniversary of this program of billions. Former Secretary of State George Marshall was presented with a certificate of honour. Marshall recommended in his speech full continuation of this program for the coming two years.
(Original sound: "It is an investment in preserving the freedoms of men in a clean and decent world.")
03. For the Ladies: Fashinable and Practical
a. Molyneux in Hamburg
A springtime message from Paris. Molyneux shows his latest fashions in Hamburg's Hotel Esplanade. The hit of this show: "Fabiola" - a greyish coat of taffeta and much tulle in antique style. Here is a checked daytime dress with a black straw hat. Removing the little jacket shows free shoulders, white sequins on black ground - for festive afternoons. Summer aspects of tulle and taffeta.
b. Sewing Machine
And here something for dressmakers and housewifes who want to make themselves useful on trips! A factory in Kappeln, Schleswig-Holstein, constructed the portable sewing machine. This little machine is electrically run and sews, mends and embroiders. It weighs 10 pounds and works just as well as any other big machine. So the sewing hours can be held anywhere.
c. Hair Drying with Music
The newest stunt of the hairdressers: hair drying with a loudspeaker, which is attached to the drying instrument. A Hamburg firm has invented this new way of hair drying. Water waves - and Danube waves - all in one ... a pleasant new invention for women.
04. Political Newsflashes:
a. FDJ Berlin
500.000 members of the Communist "Free German Youth" plan to march through Berlin on Witsuntide. Meanwhile the "Free German Youth" demonstrated at the sector border. After insulting the Western Berlin Magistrat and the government of Western Germany they distributed pamphlets in the French sector. Another unauthorized demonstration of the Communists in the British sector had to be dispersed with force by the Western Berlin police. Professor Reuter, Oberburgomaster of Berlin, said of the planned FDJ-meeting in Western Berlin:
(Original sound: "We will not allow the opposers of freedom more freedom than they have in Eastern Berlin. We will therefore naturally not give the Olympia Stadium for this purpose ..")
b. Dresden Mozart Chorus
The famous Dresden Mozart choir has fled to Berlin with their conductor, Werner Schueck, as protest against mental suppression in the Soviet zone. Schueck said, on the occasion of a concert in the Titania-Palace, explaining the reason for their escape:
(Original sound: "No - we will not return because we were forced to join the FDJ and forced to sing communistic songs and other soviet songs, etc. We will remain an institution of art.")
c. Conference, The Hague
Representatives of the 12 Atlantic Pact Nations met at The Hague for discussions and planning of defense in case of an attack. Defense Minister Johnson, USA, said: "Should an attacker force us into a war, we must be in the Position to defend ourselves and to conquer him."
a. Ski Jumping, England
Why go so far to ski? That is what ski fans in London thought. They imported snow from Norway and carried out an international ski jumping competition - in the middle of spring! It was the first ski jumping which has ever been seen in London. The temperature is nicely warm and the jumpers end up in a big hay pile. Crashes can not be avoided - but the bird-like ski jumpers from London and Oslo don't mind ...
b. Football Berlin and Hamburg
German football had several international meetings over Easter. Teams from Switzerland, Austria, Sweden, Spain, Portugal and even from Africa had come to Germany. Here we see the Berlin champions Tennis Borussia (white shorts) play against the Union Sportive Casablanca from Marocco at Olympia Stadium before 75.000 spectators. The African Champion could not compete with the Berlin team in spite of the very good football of several of their members. They lost 10 : 2. Another interesting match: Hamburg SV played against Portugal, Belenenses Lissabon, before 25.000 spectators in Hamburg. Hamburg dominates - and it was only due to the Portuguese goal keeper that their defeat was not worse. Hamburg won 6 : 1.
c. Motorbike Race, USA
Cross-country race in America. With the motorbike through mud, dirt, rubble and sand ... A difficult race! Each competitor receives a mud-bath free of Charge. The end: - a kiss, a prize, a girl - for the mud-champion of 1950!
Persons in the Film
Bevin, Ernest ; Bidault, George ; Johnson, Louis ; Marshall, George ; Reuter, Ernst ; Truman, Harry ; Spundflasche
United States ; Berlin ; Hamburg ; England ; Court ; East Berlin ; West Berlin ; Eifel ; The Hague ; Washington
Sachindex Wochenschauen ; DDR ; Demonstrations ; Interviews ; Hunting, Hunter ; Refugees ; Football ; motor sports ; Musical events ; Medals, awards, honors ; Police ; Ski, skiing, ski jumping ; Spoprt-Ehrungen ; sports audience, sports spectator ; sports facilities ; Technology ; Marshall plan ; Fashion ; NATO ; Cinema commercials ; Exhibitions ; Gypsy ; Sports honors ; Technology ; aftermath of war
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