Welt im Film 269/1950 26.07.1950

Synopsis

01. the war in Korea marching US soldiers on country roads and off-road vehicles. Koreans on cars. Tank. Heavy artillery fire. Digging of trenches. Soldier looks through binoculars. Browse by prisoners. Armband UN Nations. Churchill speaks in London, half-close. Truman speaks in Washington, big, o-ton: "we know that the cost of freedom is high. But we are determined to preserve our freedom no matter what cost." Medical examination of recruits and volunteers in the United States. Mobilisation of the fleet. Removing the protective sheaths of warships. Start of bombers. Start by hunters from aircraft carriers. Landing on aircraft carriers.
(58 m) 02. The war in Indochina French forces passing jungle. Machine gun. Rebels captured in jungle.
(19 m) 03 updates soon a. Berlin: Quadriga is from the Brandenburg Gate away men climb on ladders on Brandenburg Gate. Quadriga is overthrown. Font at Brandenburg Gate: down with the war! Long live the peace. Red flags flown atop the Brandenburg Gate.
(12 m) b. Bremen: ERP - traveling exhibition Europe builds on Senate President Kaisen gives opening speech, half-close. People in the exhibition. Graphical representations of the construction programme in Europe.
(16 m) c. bad Cannstadt: International Congress of Trade Union of transport workers flags of many countries. American flag, big Israeli flag, great. Japanese flag, great. Representatives of various countries in Congress and speaker.
(18 m) 04 sports a. sailing regatta on the Rhine sailing boats on the Rhine. Passing on Cologne. Barge in addition to sailing boat. Stormy weather and waves on the river.
(28 m) b. Berlin: Germany - Finland show gymnastics spectators at the forest stage. The Finnish Turner Huhtanen on the pommel horse. INO Stangl Germany, on the pommel horse. Spectators, great claps. Alfred Schwarzmann on the parallel bars. Spectator, serious, big. Heikko truck oleinen, Finland, on the parallel bars.
(30 m) 05. Streiflichter from Germany a. Munich: exhibition images of Grandma Moses. Picture of Grandma Moses, great. Pictures, great. People images.
(18 m) b. storks are counted stork flies across the meadow. Stork flies to nest. Stork's nest on farmhouse. Man the ornithological rises to roof. Stork warns. Young storks make dead in the nest and are ringed. Stork will return to the nest.
(28 m) 06 pictures from all over the world as Italy: Ballet Claude Marchant dance Cuban dance Negro drummers. Claude Marchant dance Cuban dance with his troops.
(24 m) b. Oregon: lumberjack competition lumberjack climbing on smooth stems up and down.
(12 m) c. long Iceland: ladders to climb exercise of the fire brigade firefighters. Jumping from moving firetruck, connecting hose hydrant and delete. Fast set up and climbing ladder.
(19 m) d. special service: Korea Korea balloon. Seoul. Population in the city. In 1945, Japanese troops left the country. Japanese flag goes down to the mast. People cheering US troops in South Korea. US troops in South Korea. American flag on the mast. Korea map with the 38th parallel as the separation between North and South Korea. Elections in South Korea. Syngman Rhee, great. US troops to leave Korea and go on ship. Founding of the North Korean Republic Russia. Russian soldiers marching and leave the country. Told on the 38th parallel. Unrest in the streets. Police are fighting against rebels. Planes of the Communist army in North Korea. People at meeting with raised fists. Training North Korean soldiers by Soviet instructors. On June 25, 1950, North Korean forces in South Korea invade. UN Security Council meets. Empty chair by Soviet Russia. Truman gets out of aircraft. United Nations forces in Korea are welcomed by people. Weapons are loaded from aircraft. Marching South Korean troops. Tank. Fleet. Truman speaks, big, o-ton: "we know that the cost of freedom is high. But we are determined to preserve our the cost. freedom no matter what" Mobilisation of the fleet. Aircraft carrier. Volunteers sign up. Investigation of volunteers and recruits. Johnson before UN flag. McArthur, Commander-in-Chief of the UN troops will receive UN flag. Troops are shipped to Korea. Tank. Lieutenant General Walker and Maj. Dean, commanders of the land forces, half-close. Soldiers in the battle at the front. Gunfire. Wounded on wearing. U.S. pilots. Aircraft launch from aircraft carriers. U.S. Troopship. Troops go aboard. Women wave at shore. Silhouetted UN flag.
(272 m)

Narration

Persons in the Film

Churchill, Winston; Acheson, Dean; Kaisen, Wilhelm; MacArthur, Douglas; Marchant, Claude; Moses, Grandma; Rhee, Syngman; Truman, Harry; Walker, Harold; Huhtanen; Savoleinen, Heikko; Schwarzmann, Alfred; Stangl, Ino

Places

Berlin; Düsseldorf; Bremen; Munich; East Berlin; Korea; Bad Cannstadt; Long Iceland; Italy; Frankfurt; Oregon; London; South Korea; Washington

Topics

Sachindex Wochenschauen; DDR; Indochina, Indochina war; Flags; fire protection; Fire Brigade; musical instruments; Posters, fonts, banners; Sailing; sports audience, sports spectator; sports facilities; Dance; Animals (except dogs); animal welfare, animal welfare; Gymnastics; Buildings; Korea; Korea war; Art; Works of art; Marshall plan; Competitions; Exhibitions; Trade unions; Fire brigade; aftermath of war

Type

Newsreel (G)

Genre

Periodicals

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Title:

Welt im Film 269/1950

Country of Origin:
Federal Republic of Germany

Year of Production and/or Release

Date of Release:
26.07.1950
Year of Production:
1950

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