01 updates soon a. Petersberg: Sir Brian Robertson says goodbye to Petersberg. Robertson in the interview, great. Farewell to his counterpart, McCloy and Francois Poncet. The successor to Sir Ivonne Kirkpatrick rises from military aircraft, half-close.
(12 m) b. Mainz: return of the "Mainz Psalter" Mr. Buttenwieser handed the printed Psalter from the year 1457. Flags from the Mainz Cathedral. Monument to Gutenberg.
(9 m) c. West Berlin: school-leavers to escape from the eastern zone high school graduates of a class of Einstein-Oberschule talk about reasons their escape, o-ton: "our teacher, Mr. Wilfert, threatened us. And how did he do that? He started it, that he urged us to enter into the FDJ, and then said, if we fundamentally change our political opinion, we could include the high school in the East zone. We wanted to determine first of all, How many students against this Wan and the Communist education policy are and have carried out a vote. And it turns out that 68 students 60 against the continuation of the political education voted in. We have denied the present lessons from Mr Wilfert affiliated. Mr Wilfert reported the provincial government, which, in turn, set up a Commission to review the details of this incident. This Commission decided the closure of the school and ordered the laying of two classes at other schools. We students gave these unlawful measures not readily noticed us and responded with a new leaflet actions. When we learned of the arrest of upcoming us but we had to set us together to West Berlin."
(38 m) 02 Kieler Woche sailing boats. Ball goes down to mast. Kick-off. Regatta. Boat in the storm, sailing in the water. Sailing yacht, large.
(31 m) 03 1900 years Cologne Rhine and Cologne Cathedral. Tram travels through road. Bust of Agrippina in Cologne-born wife of the Emperor Claudius. Marble head of Marcus Agrippa, Builder of the settlement. City maps, from early days. Heuss speaks at ceremony, half-close. Among the listeners of Cardinal Frings, half-close. The Mayor of Rome the city brings congratulations. Cityscape. DOM.
(34 m) 04 Soapbox young when setting forth its Soapbox. Weighing the Soapbox cars and drivers.
(20 m) 5th Landshut wedding of Prince Landshut, total. Procession in historical costume. Heralds with fanfares, Reiter, Majas. Flag wavers. Tournament play ring cutting horse.
(40 m) 06 pictures from all over the world a. California: inauguration of the Shasta dam dam. Cut of Ribbon at opening. Locks of the Shasta dam are opened. Water plunges into reservoir. Water fall At night.
(20 m) b. London: bear - young at the Zoo two young bears are fed with honey. Young bear run in the enclosure.
(20 m) c. New York: young gorilla at the Zoo of young Gorilla will be bathed, dried and combed.
(14 m) d. Canada: demonstration of car and motorcycle artists drive motorcycle riders through flames and ramp. Cars driving over obstacles. Jump over the ramp, car drives among other things through.
01 updates soon: a. Robertson, Sir Brian Robertson, the former British High Commissioner, goodbye McCloy and Francois-Poncet said goodbye on the Petersberg by his counterpart.
As successor to Sir Brian Robertson, Sir Ivonne Kirkpatrick in Germany arrived.
b. Mainz Psalter in Mainz, the birthplace of Johannes Gutenberg's, the American Deputy High Commissioner of the city handed over the famous "Mainz Psalter" Mr. Buttenwieser.
The 1457 printed "Psalter", one of the most valuable art treasures of in Germany, had been brought in foreign countries after the war.
c. graduates fleeing the East zone of renewed flight from the eastern zone.
25 high school seniors of the Einstein-Oberschule Potsdam fled to West Berlin. Of the reasons for their flight they made following statements: (original sound: "our teacher, Mr. Wilfert, threatened us.) And how did he do that? He started it, he urged us to join the FDJ, and then said, if we don't fundamentally changed our political opinions, we could fail the high school in the East zone. We wanted to determine first of all, how many students against this Wan and the Communist education policy are and have carried out a vote. And it turns out that 68 students 60 against the continuation of the political education voted in. We have denied the present lessons from Mr Wilfert affiliated. Mr Wilfert reported the provincial government, which, in turn, set up a Commission to review the details of this incident. This Commission decided the closure of the school and ordered the production of 2 classes at other schools. We students gave these unlawful measures not readily noticed us and responded with a new leaflet actions. When we learned of the arrest of upcoming us but we had to set us together to West Berlin.")
2. Kieler Woche-Kiel week in 1950. Again, the German sailing had its annual great performance test. More than 25 clubs and associations from all over Germany took part. And 150 high-quality classy and dinghies fought for the victories in their respective classes.
Wind and weather were not always favourable. And some boat had to contend with lighter accidents.
The "Kieler Woche" 1950 is to end.
It was a memorable event for all lovers of the sport of sailing.
03. 1900 years Cologne Cologne his 1900-year-old city celebrating its 10th anniversary. In the year 50 a.d. was granted town status in the Roman colony of "Colonia". This was the birthday of Cologne.
A major exhibition gives an overview of the development of this important cultural and trade city. Agrippina, wife of the Emperor Claudius who was born in Cologne. The marble head of Marcus Agrippa, the Roman commanders and Builder of the original settlement.
Cards, precious finds from the early days and works of art from many centuries bear witness to an almost 2000 year history.
German President Heuss commemorated in a ceremony of past and current importance of the lively city.
Among numerous foreign guests, the Mayor of Rome brought the greetings and congratulations of his city.
The official ceremony was the prelude to great celebrations which last until the autumn.
04. GYA prelude to the Kamche derby racer without PS the elimination play off race of the great Seifenkistl derbies of the GYA, the relief of the American army for the German youth, are in full swing.
With Ernst and stage fright, the Juntas go with their home-made cars ranked the decline. The limit for the American zone will be held in early July in Stuttgart and then the best of eight countries for the "Grand Prix of Europe" will be in Munich.
Who will win the first prize of the GYA, a plug around the world? This is the exciting question of boys from Berlin to Rome and Paris to Vienna.
05. the "Landshut he Prince wedding" princely pomp and medieval bustle of Landshut in Bavaria in Germany. The picturesque city on the ISAR celebrates after 12-year interruption again their historical "Prince wedding", a reminder of the 15th century.
For 3 Sundays 900 citizens become Knights and landsknechts, bellboys and MENINA.
As the Chronicle reported that 40,000 chickens, 12,000 geese, 300 oxen, and huge mounds of other delicacies were eaten at the wedding of the Prince. Today it contents itself with the joy of the boisterous hustle and bustle and the medieval splendor.
The riding, a knightly tournament game. -An illusion for a few days, which puts all the locals and many strangers in the glory of a bygone time in the romantic city.
06. images from all over the world: a. new dam, California, California inaugurated a huge new dam. It will irrigate the fertile, but threatened by drought valleys and generate electricity.
The Shasta dam is the largest dam in the world. 12 years built on him and now thousands of spectators were as the floodgates were opened and the water rushed down the walls.
At night, in the spotlight, believed to stand before the fall of Niagara but this dam is three times higher.
A new technological marvel.
b. young bears, London, we present: Tim and Tom - bear young in the London Zoo.
Run an enviable life – it's a single honey toes.
But to keep the slim line, there is a race in between. And as a reward, both winners get honey Of course again!
c. young gorilla and this is Tarzan, the spoiled, young gorilla in the Bronx Zoo in New York.
Today is a bad day. A feast for Tarzan, because SOAP scum is a delicacy for him.
The Schrubberei is Of course less pleasant. But what's good?
A right monkey can get themselves while inside, but not small.
d. Devil driver, Canada motorized sensations with daredevil performers. Sensations actor from Hollywood show their dangerous skills in Canada.
Over stick and stone them isn't enough, here it goes beyond books.
01. Actualities in Brief:
Sir Brian Robertson, former British High Commissioner, said good-bye to his colleagues McCloy and Francois-Poncet at Petersberg. Sir Ivonne Kirkpatrick, Robertson's successor, arrived in Germany.
b. Mainz Psalter
Mr. Buttenwieser, Deputy US High Commissioner, presented in Mainz, Johannes Gutenberg's birthplace, the famous "Mainz Psalter", to the city authorities. The psalter, which was printed in the year 1457, is one of Germany's most valued treasures. It had been taken abroad after the end of the war.
c. Students Flee from the Eastern Zone
25 stundents of the "Einstein-School" Potsdam fled to Western Berlin. They made the following explanations for their flight: Original sound:
"Our teacher Herr Wilfert threatened us. What did he say? It began thus: we were asked to join the FDJ (Free German Youth) and were told that we will not be able to pass the graduation examinations in the East Zone if we would not change our political opinions. We wanted to find out how many students were against this Herr Wilfert and against his Communist school politics and we had an election. 60 students out of 68 proved to be against continuing Herr Wilfert's lessons. After this we refused to participate any longer in Herr Wilfert's classes. Herr Wilfert made a report about this to the Landes Government, who then had a commission check the details. This commission ordered the closing down of our school and furthermore ordered our two classes transferred to other schools. We did not approve of this illegal measure and we answered with new pamphlets. But when we learned about our intended arrest we moved in a body to Western Berlin."
Sailing Week in Kiel, a traditional German sport event
More than 25 clubs from all over Germany participated with 150 yachts and sail boats. The weather was not always good and the boats had to fight against heavy seas. The Kiel Sailing Week 1950 became an unforgettable sport event for all friends of sailing.
03. 1900 Years, Cologne
Cologne celebrates her 1900 the anniversary of the city
The Roman colony "Colonia" was given the rights of a city 50 A.D. - Cologne's birthday. A great exhibition demonstrates the development of this important city. Agrippina, Emperor Claudius' wife who was born in Cologne. Marcus Agrippa, the Roman general and founder of Cologne. Maps, valuable discoveries from the early eras and other treasures from many centuries are witness of an almost 2000 year-old history.
Bundes President Heuss mentioned at the ceremony the former and present importance of this city. Among the guests was the Oberburgomaster of Rome. He presented the greetings and congratulations of his city. The official ceremony was the beginning of several festivals which will last till autumn.
Preparations for the Soapbox Derby Racers without motors
The pre-finals of the great soapbox-derby of GYA have started. With seriousness and racing fever the boys prepare their self-made cars. The finals will take place in July in Stuttgart and the best racers from 8 nations will then fight for the "Grand Prix of Europe" in Munich. Who will win the prize offered by GYA - a flight around the world? This is the question which occupies the minds of many boys in Berlin, Rome, Paris and Vienna.
05. "Royal Wedding" Celebration at Landshut
Royal glamour and atmosphere of the Middle Agesin Landshut, Bavaria. This picturesque city on the Isar River celebrates after an intermission of 12 years her historical "Royal Wedding", which is held in remembrance of the royal wedding in the 15th Century. 900 citizens of Landshut change into knights, soldiers, pages and gentlewomen for three Sundays.
According to records 40.000 chickens, 12.000 geese, 300 oxen and huge amounts of other danties were eaten during this royal wedding. To-day they are content with dancing around happily in their old costumes. An old knightly sport-tilting.
An illusion which fills Landshut for several days with the glamour of the days or old.
06. Newsflashes from Everywhere:
a. Shasta Dam, California
A huge new dam was opened in California. This dam will water the dry valleys and produce electricity for this district.
The Shasta Dam ist the world's second biggest dam. Construction took 12 years. Thousands of spectators watched the water running down the spill-way for the first time. At night, this dam looks like Niagara Falls - but it is three times as big. A wonderful new product of modern technique.
May we introduce: Tim and Tom - young bears from the London Zoo. They lead a wonderful life - licking honey and chasing around in order to keep their figure! and then - honey again.
c. Gorilla Shampoo
This is Tarzan, a spoiled young gorilla. To-day his bath day- a feast for Tarzan as soap is a dainty to him. But he does not enjoy the scrubbing very much. But it has to be done.
d. Hell Drivers, Canada
Motorized sensation with daring drivers. Hollywood's daredevils demonstrate their skill in Canada. Here they drive and jump their cars over platforms.
07. Berlin Olympic Stadium: German Football Championship 1950
Finally - the day has come for which Germany's football fans waited: the day of the final of the 39th German Football Championship. Berlin was in a football fever. About 100.000 fans came to the Olympic Stadium to see VfB Stuttgart play against Offenbacher Kickers. VfB Stuttgart in white.
And now the moment for which thousands of football fans had been waiting: the match has started. Stuttgart attacks - here the first great chance for Stuttgart - but Otterbach shoots against the board of the goal. Stuttgart attacks again and again. Now - the 18th minute, Läpple makes the first goal for Stuttgart from a distance of 35 meters. Here the 35th minute - Bühler makes the second goal for Stuttgart. But after half time Offenbach gains and makes its first goal. 2:1 for Stuttgart. Offenbach is now superior. But Stuttgart is lucky and holds the score. VfB Stuttgart wins the German Football Championship 2:1 in a fair and thrilling match.
Persons in the Film
Buttenwieser ; François-Ponçet, André ; Frings ; Heuss, Theodor ; Kirkpatrick, Ivonne ; McCloy, John ; Robertson, Brian
Kiel ; Stuttgart ; California ; Petersberg ; Mainz ; Fassberg ; Landshut ; West Berlin ; Frankfurt ; Cologne ; Canada ; London ; New York ; Petersburg
Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Libraries ; Customs ; Books ; Electricity ; Education, youth ; Flags ; Refugees ; Sailing ; Soapbox ; Sensations ; Sports details, fouls ; Cities ; Animals (except dogs) ; Costumes ; Buildings ; Art ; Works of art ; maps ; festivals ; Water ; water emergency ; Zoo, Wildlife Park ; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen ; Construction ; Cinema commercials ; Crew ; Anniversaries, Jubilees, birthdays ; aftermath of war
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