01 policy of the week a. regional elections in North Rhine - Westphalia Ruhr landscape. People go to the polling station. Deliver votes. Miners slips into ballot box. Counting of the votes. Newspaper headlines.
(18 m) b. Heilbronn: opening of the America house review of American occupation policy Mr. Buttenwieser, Deputy High Commissioner, great. There is a review about the American occupation policy in the past five years. Buttenwieser talks about criticism of high crew costs, quote: "... when now claims is Germany this money the United States was guilty I would like to explain, that the question of repayment so far Not at all been discussed and I think probably in the foreseeable not be discussed... We are not more crew, but a power that protects against a re-creation of dictatorship and oppression of Germany and Europe in the first place."
(47 m) c. Bad Godesberg: Heuss receives winner in the competition of the DAG Heuss, half close, speaks to the winners and presented them to book with dedication.
(14 m) d. of Germany's entry into the Council of Europe of Adenauer descends stairs in addition to Schäffer. Cameramen, among them Erich Stoll. Adenauer speaking before the newsreel, actuality: "I am convinced that today's decision of the Bundestag to the blessing of Germany, Europe and peace in the world will affect."
(11 m) e. Sir Brian Robertson says goodbye to Berlin Robertson at the lectern at the day of the city Parliament. Large among the listeners of McCloy, Luise Schröder, big.
(13 m) 02. streiflichter from Germany a. prelude to the Kieler Woche sailing yacht launches in Bremerhaven to offshore yacht race. Sailing boats on the sea at the mouth of the Weser. Sailboat, large.
(19 m) Munich: Italian fashion mannequin introduces Beach jacket. Wide white top hat and afternoon dress. Among the spectators Lil Dagover, half-close. 3/4-long dresses. (28 m) c. Berlin: artist school children practicing Handstand rollover and flick-Flack, sometimes in slow motion.
(23 m) 03 updates soon a. Pablo Casals conducting Bach in church 200th death anniversary of Johann Sebastian Bach: Pablo Casals cello, big. Casals conducts orchestras in small church of Prades (Pyrénées town). Clouded sky.
(29 m) b. Italy: pilgrimage of the motorcycles motorcycle ride through Rome. Colosseum. Drive to St. Peter's square. Pope Pius blesses the motorcyclists.
(23 m) c. Denmark: hamlet - Festival King Frederik and Queen upon arrival to Festival on Kronborg Castle, half-close. Performance of hamlet of the London Old Vic Theatre with Michael Redgrave in the title role.
(19 m) 04 Ascot race crowds on racecourse. Men's grey cylinder. Ladies with big flower hats. Ascent from King George and Queen Elizabeth in horse-drawn carriage. Winston Churchill on arrival with grey cylinder, half-close. Rita Hayworth, half-close. Start of the race. Supertello leads. The French horse Bagheere catching up before the finish, but No more creates the victory. Jockey and winning horse.
(34 m) 05. images from all over the world a. Japan: Japanese fishermen beat bottlenose dolphin fishing in boats on pipes and drive porpoises to the land, where they are worn on land.
(22 m) b. California: Rodeo men riding on horses and bulls and fall to the ground.
(18 m) 06. Berlin: German Football Championship at the Olympic Stadium of VFB Stuttgart - Kickers Offenbach 2:1 crowds upon arrival to the game. Spectators with flags. Invasion of the teams. Man blowing Horn. Page selection. Kick-off. Stuttgart in the attack. Latte shot. Spectators, half-close. Läpple shoots 1-0 for Stuttgart. Spectators with flags. 2-0 for Stuttgart. Second half. Goalkeeper keeps ball. Offenbach shoots the 2:1 goal and plays superior. Goalkeeper keeps. Players receive the Cup (large plate) from Stuttgart to victory.
01 policy of the week: b. Buttenwieser speaks in Heilbronn on the occasion of the opening of the America House in Heilbronn gave the American's Deputy High Commissioner, Mr. Buttenwieser, a review of the occupation policy of the last 5 years. Especially noticed was his opinion to the unjustified German criticism of the amount of crew costs. He explained:...The actual crew costs - for the current year, 3.3 billion deutsche mark for all three occupying powers - be repaid 78.1% for labor, rent and use the public facilities again at the German.
In addition, he recalled that the population of the United States has brought aid to the value of almost 16 billion deutsche mark for Germany since the war.
On the question of the reimbursement of this aid, he said: (original sound: "...) If now it is claimed that Germany was the United States that money guilty, so I would like to explain, that the question of repayment so far have Not at all been discussed and I think probably in the near future not will be discussed.")
To the objectives of American occupation policy the Deputy of McCloy's stated:... the German people should have realized by now that the Americans are willing to look more to the future than in the past.
(Original sound: "...) We No more are crew, but a power that protects against a re-creation of dictatorship and oppression of Germany and Europe in the first place.")
c. Heuss receives competition winner the 12 winners from the this years competition of the DAG were received by the German President Heuss on his home in his height.
The 23,000 participants of the competition had to solve problems from various professions.
The median age was 17 years old. 60% of the participants were girls.
The winners received a book with handwritten signatures by the Federal President as a remembrance gift.
d. Adenauer Bonn Parliament decided the accession to the Council of Europe to join in the Council of Europe.
To this important resolution Chancellor Dr. Adenauer stated on the occasion of a newsreel interview in Bonn: (original tone: "I am convinced that today's decision of the Bundestag for the blessing of Germany, Europe and peace in the world will affect.")
e. Robertson adopted Sir Brian Robertson, the former British High Commissioner for Germany in Berlin, said goodbye to Berlin.
In a day of the city Parliament in the Rathaus Schöneberg, Robertson reminded the hard time of the blockade and said:... the English people would never allow that the city will be left to the Soviets.
02. streiflichter from Germany: a. Kiel regatta as a prelude to the Kiel week started 22 offshore yachts in Bremerhaven for the great Skagen race about 550 nautical miles.
The field was tightly closed.
But even before the Weser estuary there was the first sharp fighting.
Only after a journey time of 5 to 6 days the large water Derby decision.
b. Italian fashion show, Munich fashion news - this time from Italy. The Salon Marucelli in Milan showed a colorful range of southern elegance at the Münchner Haus der Kunst.
Strandcomplet green nylon.
It was the first Italian show showed a German audience.
Robes from the South - fragrant, colorful and seductive.
c. artists young, Berlin this three-year whirlwind trained in a Berlin artist school on "World Star".
Forward we go already - reverse are still A few problems to overcome.
The next age group does it with grace. Little artists on the way to the "large number".
(b). Pilgrimage of the motorcycles, Italy from all Italy took ten thousand motorcyclists on the occasion of the Holy year star pilgrimage to Rome.
From a rendezvous off they drove through roads of the eternal city after the square of St. Peter.
Never before had been so unusual meeting there.
Then the motorized pilgrims waited for the appearance of the Pope, to greet him and receive the blessing of the Holy Father.
c. Hamlet, Denmark Festival on Kronborg Castle in Denmark.
'Hamlet' Shakespeare was performed in the presence of the Danish Royal couple.
Every year the tragedy of the Danish Prince is played here in the historic hamlet of Castle.
In this year that sang in London "Old Vic" theater with Michael Redgrave in the title role.
"Hamlet" on Kronborg Castle: great theatre in a unique setting.
04. big world at 1950 Ascot race's big day of Ascot in England. About the sporting event, this race is a social and fashion event traditionally first rank.
The Royal family arrives. Among the guests: Winston Churchill and Rita Hayworth.
Here comes the launch. 13 horses going through the 3,700-meter line. Eight of the horses come from France. A French victory was widely expected.
But surprisingly, composed the English horse "Supertello" at the top and can ward off all attacks. Here, the French horse "Bagheera" comes up in the HomeStretch. Closer and closer it moves to "Supertello" approach... but it's too late!
"Supertello" wins the big race at Ascot by a tight margin.
05. images from all over the world: a. bottlenose dolphin fishing, Japan an original method of fishing there is in Japan.
The bottlenose dolphin, an equally nutritious as oily fish, is extremely geräuschempfindlich.
A little noise - and already he flees into bright cluster in the desired direction. Washed once on the beach, the animals are easy prey for fishermen.
Without power, fishing and Harpoon, tens of thousands of dolphins are caught in any year.
01 policy of the week: a. regional elections in North Rhine-Westphalia in North Rhine Westphalia er gifts the elections a significant strengthening of the position of the two major parties CDU and SPD. The Communist Party has lost more than a third of their votes compared with the parliamentary elections. The right radical groups remained insignificant minority.
91% of voters approved of democracy as a political principle of the freedom and independence it.
b. cowboy Festival, United States the first major cowboy show of this season in California. Here we go with the wild Mustangs.
The technique of the effect varies, but always the same.
Now the untamed bulls come... and there the fun begins right. It is barely above already ground floor. So it goes... from case to case. Mood report from the Berlin Olympic Stadium: the German football championship 1950 finally the day had come, the football fans in all Germany had been waiting for: the day of the endgame to the 39th German Football Championship.
Venue was Berlin. And all of Berlin was gripped by football fever.
About 100,000 spectators came to the Olympic Stadium to witness the final battle of the two southern German clubs VfB Stuttgart and Kickers Offenbach. VfB Stuttgart in white dress.
The page selection WINS Offenbach.
And there's the moment, thousands have been waiting for: the final of the German Cup has begun in 1950.
The team of Stuttgart in the attack are immediately. The first big break for Stuttgart, but Otter Brook bangs on the crossbar. Repeatedly attacking Stuttgart. It is so far in the 18th minute. A shot of Läpple from 35 metres and it is 1: 0 for the VfB.
And there is the 35th minute. An attack of the Stuttgart is repelled sufficiently - and Bühler increased to 2-0. The tide turns in the second half.
The Stuttgart are pushed into the defense. A shot of Offenbachers Buhtz, and it is 2: 1. The Offenbach press now with all his strength. You are clearly superior. The compensation depends on the famous hanging by a thread. But the thread stops. With A lot of luck, the Stuttgart can defend the advantage. It remains at 2-1. After a fair and exciting fight, he was for the first time in its history of German Football Champions VfB Stuttgart.
01. Politics of the Week
c. Winners of the Professions Competition and Prof. Heuss
The 12 winners in this years professions competition were invited to President Heuss' home at Viktorshöhe. The 23.000 participators had to solve problems in different professions. The average age was 17 years and 60 percent of the participators were girls. Bundespresident Heuss gave the winners a book with his autograph.
d. Adenauer's speech on the European Council
The Parliament in Bonn decided Germany's entrance into the European Council. Bundes Chancellor Adenauer declared in an interview for newsreels:
"I am convinced that todays decision of the Bundestag will be to the benefit of Germany and Europe and will help secure the freedom of the world!"
e. Sir Brian Robertson Says Good-bye
Sir Brian Robertson, the British High Commissioner for Germany, said good-bye to Berlin. In a meeting of the Town Parliament in the Schöneberg City Hall he reminded them of the hard times of the blockade. He said: the English people will never leave Berlin to the Soviets.
02. Newsflashes from Germany
a. Kiel Regatta
22 deep-sea yachts started the Skagen race from Bremerhaven which opened the Kiel Week. First all boats lay close together. But shortly before the Weser mouth the first competition began. The decision in the great Water Derby will be made after 5 to 6 days of sailing.
b. Italian Fashion Show, Munich
Novelties - this time from Italy. The Salon Marucelli from Milan showed their fashions in the Haus der Kunst in Munich. Beach combination, made of green nylon. This was the first Italian show of their fashions in Germany. Dresses from the South - light, colourful and fascinating. A black cocktail dress with sequins. The decolletés testified to the taste of Italian fashion and the use of drapery was like that on Pompeian frescos.
c. Young Acrobats, Berlin
This 3-year old acrobat exercises in a Berlin acrobatic school in order to become a world star. The forward salto goes all right - bat backwards still presents difficulties. The next class already knows how to do it with charme. Small artists on their way to become big attractions.
03. Actualities in Brief
a. Pablo Casals
In Prades, a small French town in the Pyrenees, lives one of the greatest musicians in the world. Pablo Casals. Because of the Franco regime the famous cellist retired to that place 12 years ago. This year, on Johann Sebastian Bach's 200th death anniversary, he appeared again in public. And here, in the small church in Prades, the 73 year old Pablo Casals directs a composition by Johann Sebastian Bach.
b. Pilgrimage On Motorcycles, Italy
10.000 pilgrims from all over Italy went to Rome on motorcycles. They met in Rome and went together through the Holy Town to Saint Peter's Place. Nobody ever had seen a meeting like this. Then the motorized pilgrims waited for the Pope to receive the blessing of the Holy Father.
c. Hamlet in Denmark
Festival at Kronborg Castle. In the historic Hamlet castle a performance of Shakespeare's play was given in presence of the Royal family. The tragedy of the Danish prince is played here every year. This year the London "Old Vic" theatre with Michael Redgrave as Hamlet gave a guest performance.
04. Society at Ascot Races 1950
The great day in Ascot, England. This traditional race is a sport event as well as a social event. The Royal Family arrives. Among the guests: Winston Churchill and Rita Hayworth. There is the start. 13 horses race over the 3.700 m long track. 8 horses came from France. One expected a french winner. But here is the surprise. The English horse "Supertello" leads. In the straight the French horse "Bagheera" tries to catch "Supertello" - but in vain. "Supertello" is the winner of the Great Race of Ascot.
05. Pictures from Everywhere
a. Catching Porpoise in Japan
There is a funny method of catching fish in Japan. The porpoise, a nourishing and oilgiving fish, is very sound-sensitive. A little noise - and crowds of porpoises swimin one direction. The fish are washed on the beach and so, without net, fish-hook or harpoon, thousands of porpoises are caught every year.
b. Cowboy Show, USA
The first big cowboy show of this season in California. It starts with the wild mustangs. The technique is different - but the end always the same.
Now they try the untamed bulls. And here the fun begins. Hardly up - one is down again.
01. Politics of the Week
a. Elections in North Rhine-Westphalia
The two big parties CDU and SPD again proved their strong position in the Landtag election in North Rhine-Westphalia. Compared with the Bundestag elections the Communist Party lost one third of their votes. The extreme rightists also have shrude to a small minority. That means that 91 percent of the people agree with democracy as a political principle of freedom and independence.
b. Buttenwieser Speaks in Heilbronn
On the occasion of the opening of the America House in Heilbronn, Mr. Buttenwieser, the deputy of the American High Commissioner, spoke about the occupation policy of the last 5 years. He spoke against the German attitude which criticizes the "high" occupation costs. He declared: From all occupation costs - this year about 3.3 billions of D-Marks - for all three occupation forces, 78,1 % are paid back to Germany for work done, rents and the use of public installations. Besides that he reminded the people that the USA since the end of the war has imported goods for Germany at a value of almost 16 billions of D Marks Original Sound "If they now say that Germany owes all this money to the United States, so I would like to state that the question of paying back money has not even been brought up and will not be brought up in the near future" He declared further that the German people should know by now that the Americans are more inclined to look ahead than live in the past.
Original Sound "We are no longer an occupation, but a force which protects Germany and Europe against dictatorship and tyranny."
Persons in the Film
Adenauer, Konrad ; Buttenwieser ; Casals, Pablo ; Churchill, Winston ; Dagover, Lil ; Frederik von Dänemark ; Georg VI. von England ; Hayworth, Rita ; Heuss, Theodor ; McCloy, John ; Pius XII. ; Redgrave, Michael ; Robertson, Brian ; Schäffer, Fritz ; Schröder, Luise ; Stoll, Erich ; Läpple
Godesberg ; Bonn ; Japan ; Munich ; North Rhine-Westphalia ; California ; Rodeo ; Denmark ; Prades ; Düsseldorf ; Kronborg Castle ; Frankfurt ; Ascot ; Berlin ; Bremerhaven ; Rome ; Ruhr area ; Heilbronn
Sachindex Wochenschauen ; cameramen, cameramen ; Children ; Education, youth ; Europe, EDC, EEC ; fishing ; Women, mothers ; Foreign workers ; Football ; Musical events ; Medals, awards, honors ; Political events ; Horse riding, horse racing (without harness) ; Religious events ; Rodeo ; Sailing ; Spoprt-Ehrungen ; sports audience, sports spectator ; sports facilities ; Buildings ; Cultural events ; Landscapes ; Elections ; Fashion ; Architecture ; Mining ; Crew ; Japan ; Sports honors ; aftermath of war
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