01. the disaster of Gelsenkirchen people before Dahlbusch Colliery site. People before fitting out. Ambulance driving through gate. Federal Labor Minister Stork gets out of car. Headframe with half mast flag.
(22 m) 02 Oberammergau: under the sign of the passion plays of mountain landscape. Christ the Redeemer Statue "The great God of old city" from the 12th century is held. Ecclesiastical art exhibition. Festival visitors. 2 world traveller from South Africa. Georg lang, Director of passion plays, and Anton Preisinger, starring the Christ, great interview. Interview: "I will give my best, to not disappoint Oberammergau." Among the guests, McCloy, Heuss and wife Heuss, half-close. Cameraman filming through key hole. Mountain landscape.
(40 m) 03. England: Silverstone race cars on the track. Queen Elizabeth in the lodge. Rabbit runs through the circuit. Farina, Italy, Alfa Romeo WINS and receives a wreath.
(28 m) 04 news from Germany a. Berlin: US donation for needy Berlin trucks with food drives through town. Celebration prior to the Schöneberg Town Hall. General Taylor passes the donation. Luise Schröder thanks, half-close. Children, half-close.
(18 m) b. Paul Reynaud in Berlin Paul Reynaud speaks in the Schöneberg Town Hall, great.
(9 m) c. Aachen: the Charlemagne Prize to Count Coudenhove Calergi the Rathaus in Aachen. There is a statue of Christ at the Town Hall. Price, great. Award of the prize to Count Coudenhove Calergi. Count Coudenhove Calergi speaks of the Town Hall crowd, big (German French reconciliation).
(19 m) d. Bad Pyrmont: German Chess Championship 1950 players at tables. Bogolyubov plays against Unzicker. Unzicker is German chess master and receives congratulations.
(23 m) 05. Munich: fashion show Marcel Rochas Paris - demonstration of swimsuit, swimsuit and beach jacket. Afternoon dress. Afternoon costume with lace flowers. Cocktail dress with tulle skirt. Evening dress with fur stoles. Chiffon evening dress. Models on the catwalk.
(33 m) 06. Pictures from all over the world as Arturo Toscanini in vacation in Sun Valley Toscanini in chairlift. Hotel staff brings him to Serenade. Toscanini conducted.
(13 m) b. United States: remote-controlled lawn mower lawn mower drive next to car out of garage. Man sits in the swing and mowing grass with a lawn mower. Remote-controlled lawn mower brings refreshment to the man.
(22 m) c. Italy: candle race in Gubbio craftsmen of Guild wear high candles with figures of the patron saints and run in the race through the city.
(23 m) d. New York: boxing bear bear fighting man in the ring. Man goes to the floor. Referee whistles. Bear sits in the corner of the ring. Man is counted.
01 the first images from the disaster in Gelsenkirchen Gelsenkirchen disaster: In shaft IV of the Dahlbusch mining company there was a heavy explosion of mines. Beating weather are accepted as the cause.
Over 75 dead and more than 20 injured were this second serious mine accident after the war victims.
Rescue actions and measures have been taken in great haste in the way.
Federal Labor Minister Stork, which Right away went to the scene of the disaster, prepared a support fund for survivors.
02. Oberammergau: the opening ceremony of the passion play in Oberammergau began In the characters of the passion play with the solemn gathering of one of southern Germany's most valuable wood sculptures. The "great God of old town", a work from the 12th century, was raised in the Oberammergau exhibition of ecclesiastical art.
And around the Passionsspielhaus met the guests from all over the world. Two world driver came with the jeep from South Africa. George lang, the Director of the passion play, and Anton Preisinger, the character of Christ, before the first performance: (original sound: "I will give my best, to not disappoint Oberammergau.")
Personalities of the occupying powers, the West German Government, the Federal States and numerous domestic and foreign missions met the common experience of the world famous Christian game.
The gates are closed. The game has begun.
03. car racing in England: "Grand Prix of Europe" on the Silverstone Circuit in England the "great automobile prize of Europe" was held in front of more than 120,000 spectators for the eleventh time.
The fastest drivers from half a dozen Nations were at the start.
Bunny on the way! Car free!
As expected, there was a huge success for the stable of Alfa Romeo.
The first places were taken by three cars started their four. Winner of the "Grand Prix of Europe" was Farina, Italy, with an average speed of 147 kilometres per hour.
04. news from Germany: a. food for Berlin a US donation for West Berlin.
On the occasion of the first part delivery of 2 million pounds of milk - and egg powder for distressed Berlin, City Hall was held before the Schöneberger a short celebration.
General Taylor, the American commander of the city of Berlin, the magistrate gave the donation.
Mrs Mayor Schröder thanked on behalf of the Berlin for this relief operation, which was launched at the instigation of General Clays, the former American military Governor for Germany, in life.
b. Reynaud in the Schöneberg Berlin, former French Prime Minister Paul Reynaud spoke Town Hall in Berlin.
He pleaded to the European idea and said the strong applause of his audience: "The whole world watches over the fate of Berlin."
(c). Karl medal In the historic Coronation Hall of the Aachen Town Hall the "Charlemagne Prize of the city of Aachen" was awarded for the first time for promoting European understanding.
Cultural award, which was created in memory of Karl the great, was Count Coudenhove-Kalergi in this first year of its foundation of his great merit as a proponent of pan europäiachen unification thought.
Count Coudenhove-Kalergi then spoke to a large crowd and especially advocates the idea of unrestricted German French reconciliation and understanding.
d. German Chess Championship 1950 German Chess Championship in 1950 in Bad Pyrmont - meeting place of the master of the "Royal game". The final round duels were exceptionally exciting. Bogolyubov, the old and Grosameister of chess, in the game against Unzicker, the winner of the 1948 - a 25-year-old Munich trainee.
18 German players were gathered around the chess boards. For the second time Wolfgang Unzicker, German chess master was after a recent Flash game 20 minutes against the Hamburg Sahlmann.
05. fashion from Paris: a bathing suit up to a great evening dress on a journey through southern Germany, the Parisian fashion designer showed Marcel Rochas his latest models - imaginative fabric for beautiful women and all occasions.
The round began in Munich with bathing and beach suits. The Kurhaus in Baden-Baden was a station for this glamorous fashion Revue out of his town.
Black afternoon costume with premiums from lace flowers.
Cocktail dress with wide tulle skirt.
And with the evening lights, the Parisian chic showed up in great shape.
Fur and taffeta for festive occasions. Chiffon evening dress with flower vine. Black tulle with painted flowers. Paris Air, Parisian charm.
A spring noise in colors, shapes and new models.
06. images from all over the world: a. Toscanini in Sun Valley, United States of the famous conductor Arturo Toscanini arrived for a holiday in the American winter wonderland of Sun Valley.
Upon his arrival the hotel staff brought him more well-intentioned than melodic song. And Toscanini made good face to the deafening game.
b. remote-controlled lawn mower, United States Mr. water from Oregon is a practical man. And because mow the lawn is too cumbersome for old-fashioned way, he invented this apparatus. A pull on the lever of the box easy to bear, and the machine goes where he wants. Of course, with such an electric remote control, gardening is a pleasure.
And when one is still tired and the refreshment not even get a grip is sufficient, and the mowing machine becomes the mute servant.
c. the race of the candles, Italy folk festival in the Italian town of Gubbio.
The feast of the candles takes Instead of here every year for many centuries. These 7 meters high candle body carry the patron saints of the guilds on their head.
The candle is one of the masons, St. George, the merchants, and farmers with St. Ubaldo with Saint Antonius. Earlier went - or better - this strange procession in honour of the Saint. Today a folk festival has become, in which there is a quick more on one than arrives on a dignified transportation.
d. boxing bear ring free for the hardest fight of the century! The opponents: Bruno, 500 pounds and champion of the Zoo of New York and "Two-tons Toni", the strongest man in between Kansas City and Santa Fé!
Toni has boxed against Joe Louis, but what are the bear forces of the Brown Bomber against the bombs of the brown bear...
In the second round.
A short hook by Bruno, and Toni must for the time on the boards.
Winner by k.o.: Bruno, champion in the weight of the bear.
04. Newsflashes from Germany
a. Million-Donation for Berlin
An American donation for Western Berlin. A short celebration was held in front of the Schoeneberg City Hall on receipt of the first part of this donation consisting of 2 million pounds of milk- and eggpowder for suffering Berliners. General Taylor, the American Commander of Berlin, personally delivered the donation to the Berlin magistrate. Mrs. Schroeder, Burgomaster of Berlin, expressed the gratefulness of the Berliners for this help, which was started by General Clay, former American Governor for Germany.
b. Paul Reynaud in Berlin
The former French Minister President Paul Reynaud spoke in the Schoeneberg City Hall, Berlin. He acknowledged the European idea and said to the applauding people: "The whole world watches Berlin's fate!"
c. The Karls-Prize
The "Karls Prize of the City of Aachen" was presented for the first time as symbol of European understanding in Aachen City Hall. This high cultural decoration which had been established in memory of Karl the Great was given to Count Coudenhove-Kalergi for his work in the Pan-European Movement. Count Coudenhove-Kalergi then spoke to the people, soliciting help for the project of an unrestricted German-French reconciliation and understanding.
d. German Chess Championship 1950
German Chess Championship 1950 in Bad Pyrmont, place of meeting of all champions of this "Royal Game". The finals were extremely thrilling. Bogoljubow, senior champion of chess, plays against Unzicker, the winner in 1948. He is a 25-year old Munich student of Law. 18 German favorites played and Wolfgang Unzicker won over the Hamburger Sahlmann after a short game which lasted 20 minutes.
05. Fashions from Paris:
Bathing Suits and Evening Dresses
The Parisian designer Marcel Rochas showed his latest fashions on a trip through Southern Germany. Here he shows in Munich his bathing suits and beach combinations. And here Rochas shows other dresses in Baden-Baden. Here is a black tea frock with revers made of lace. And this is a cocktail-dress with a wide skirt made of tulle. Fur and taffeta for the evening. A chiffon evening dress with flowers. Black tulle with painted flowers. Parisian atmosphere - Parisian charm, a springtime dream of colors, forms and new models.
06. Newsflashes from Everywhere:
a. Toscanini in Sun Valley, USA
The famous conductor Arturo Toscanini arrived for a holiday at the American snow-paradise Sun Valley. The employees of the hotel greeted him with a good-hearted serenade. And Toscanini joined in this noisy performance.
b. A New Lawn-Mower
Mr. Water from Oregon is a practical man. He has invented this instrument because lawn mowing became too tiring for him. One handle is lifted - and off machine goes, whereever you want. Garden work is made easy with this distant. controlled apparatus. If you nevertheless still get tired - the machine becomes a silent waiter.
c. Candle Race
This festival of the candles has been held in Gubbio, Italy, for many centuries. The patrons of the guilds are carried on top of the 7 meters high candle sticks. The candle of Saint Ubalde belongs to the bricklayers and Saint George to the merchants and Saint Antonius to the farmers. This strange procession was in former days meant to be for these saints, but today it has turned to be a folklore festival and it is more important now to be quick than dignified.
01. The Gelsenkirchen Catastrophy
The first pictures from the mine disaster in Gelsenkirchen! A heavy explosion in pit IV of the Dahlbusch Mines caused more than 75 casualties and more than 20 were badly injured. This is the second great mire disaster since the end of the war. First aid and other rescuing guards rushed to the place of the catastrophy. Minister of Labour Storch, who went immediately to the mine, is preparing help for the families of the dead miners.
The Passion Play
The opening ceremony at Oberammergau began with the transport of a most valuable wooden statue from South Germany. It is "The Great God of Altenstadt" made in the 18th century ant it was brought to the Oberammergau exhibition of church arts. The guests from all parts of the world gathered around the passion play hall. Two men came in a jeep from South-Africa. This is Georg Lang, the director of the passion play, and this Antion Preisinger, who plays the part of Christ; he said before the first performance: "I will do my very best not to disappoint Oberammergau". Representatives of the Occupation Powers, of the western German Government, as well as the Bund Lands and nummerous delegates of the native and foreign missions met at the performance of the world famous Christian Play. The doors are closed - the play begins.
03. Car Race in England:
"The Grand Prize of Europa"
The "Grand Prize of Europe" was run for the 11th time before 120 000 spectators at the Silverstone Track, England Racers from more than half a dozen nations started. A rabbit got lost on the track! Alfa Romeo cars were favorites - three out of the four cars won the first three, places. Winner of the "Grand Prize of Europe" was Fa[...]ina, Italy with an average speed of 147 kilometer per hour.
06. Newsflashes from Everywhere:
d. A Boxing Bear
Bruno, a 500 pound bear, champion of the New York Zoo fights against "Two-Ton-Toni", the strongest man between Kansas City and Santa Fé! Toni has already fought against Joe Luis - but the bear is stronger! A short hook from Bruno and Toni goes down. Winner by k.o. - Bruno, bear-weight champion.
Persons in the Film
Bogoljubow ; Coudenhove-Calergi ; Elizabeth von England ; Heuss, Theodor ; Heuss-Knapp, Elli ; Lang, Georg ; McCloy, John ; Preisinger, Anton ; Reynaud, Paul ; Schröder, Luise ; Storch, Karl ; Taylor, Maxwell ; Toscanini, Arturo ; Farina ; Unzicker, Wolfgang
England ; Bad Pyrmont ; Oberammergau, Germany ; Aachen ; Gelsenkirchen ; Berlin ; Munich ; United States ; Sun Valley ; Italy ; New York ; Silverstone
Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Interviews ; cameramen, cameramen ; Disasters ; Children ; Flags ; motor sports ; Medals, awards, honors ; Religious events ; Decorations ; Sports details, fouls ; Spoprt-Ehrungen ; 99.412 Deutsche week show GmbH: State visits (outside) ; Technology ; Animals (except dogs) ; Buildings ; Landscapes ; Holiday ; festivals ; Welfare, aid agencies, care ; Zoo, Wildlife Park ; Fashion ; Exhibitions ; Mining ; Crew ; Japan ; Sports honors ; Technology ; aftermath of war
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