01 UN troops at the 038. latitude: Republic Korea released moving tanks. Prisoners go with your hands. Aerial view of Seoul. American transport machines with war material and troops on the airfield. Troops get out of aircraft. Population waving to troops. Soldiers marching through debris.
(44 m) 02 updates soon a. United States: Nobel Peace Prize to Dr. Ralph Bunche Dr. Ralph Bunche with white women and children. Close-up Bunche (Nobel Prize for participation in UN and mediation in the Palestine conflict).
(15 m) b. Constitution Berlin - 12 the Federal Republic Ernst Reuter speaks at ceremony in the Schöneberg Town Hall, half close, o-ton: "from now on we will be able, to conduct the Berlin's history through the instrument of the elected representatives of the people, on the basis of a Constitution, we have given ourselves."
(15 m) c. Washington: resignation of Paul Hoffmann ECA, big poster. Paul Hoffmann, ERP administrator, in addition to his successor, William Foster, half-close. People clap. George Marshall welcomes Hoffmann and foster.
(14 m) d. 50 years train Spitz Observatory train Spitz Observatory, total. Plaque, large. Plaque is awarded on the anniversary of meteorologists. Scientists visit Observatory.
(19 m) 03 Bad Reichenhall: international women's Congress Street Bad Reichenhall. Mrs Elli Heuss on coffee table, half-close. Close-up Elli Heuss. Mrs. McCloy, great. Meeting in the Kurhaus. Speakers, great. Amos speaks.
(25 m) 04. Berlin: German industrial exhibition Heuss welcomes guests upon arrival, half close, next to him Luise Schröder. General Taylor, half-close. Kurfürstendamm with posters of the exhibition and crowd. Opening ceremony in the Hall of the exhibition grounds at the radio tower. Heuss makes speech, half-close. Paul Hoffmann delivers message from President Truman, half close, o-ton: "Our aid will continue for we are confident of the eagerness of the German people of the world in the defense of all that we cherish." Hall of Great Britain, France, Italy, Belgium. London double decker bus. Machinery exhibition. Fashion. Phoenix tires. Television. Medical instruments. Porcelain. Flags from the exhibition grounds.
(65 m) 05. images from all over the world as Turin: Lion Cubs at the Zoo three lions are behind bars. Children play with Lion Cubs. Lioness licking young by grid on arm of guard. Lioness and boy in cage.
(19 m) b. San Francisco: seal dressage seal catches fish, sliding down slides, swims and jumps over obstacles. Then slips to guard and get fish.
(13 m) c. artist young 7th girl makes Handstand on hands before man. Acrobatic exercises. Balancing Act.
(22 m) d. Riviera: funny dance number artist dancing as dancing couple with doll heads.
01 UN troops on the 38th parallel Republic Korea free again!
The Communist aggression in the Republic of Korea has collapsed. The victorious troops of the UN pursue the fleeing associations of the attacker in the direction across the 38th parallel, the boundary between the free and the Communist Korea.
Crushed and broken are the remnants of the Red Army of aggression in the prison camp.
Seoul, the capital of the independent Republic, is free again. But the war has left serious traces in the once-thriving city.
Incessantly American transport aircraft with supplies and fresh troops land on the Kimpo airfield.
It applies to force the associations still lined up to pass. The United Nations put the liberation forces through Seoul. The population is cheering on the streets. The Government of the Republic, elected in free elections is returned to their capital.
She again took their rightful functions. The Republic of Korea is free again!
02. updates soon: a. Peace Nobel Prize for Dr. Bunche Dr. Ralph Bunche, the important American scholars and politicians, was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1950 Dr. Bunche is since 1946 in the service of the United Nations and was the successful facilitator of the UN in the Palestine conflict.
He is the first Negro, who received this high award. His little son handed him a painted self congratulations.
b. Berlin Constitution new Berlin Constitution entered into force.
You Berlin gives the meaning of 12 country of the Federal Republic of Germany.
In a ceremony at the Schöneberg City Hall said Mayor Reuter: (original sound: "from now on we will be able, to guide the fortunes of Berlin through the instrument of the elected representatives of the people, on the basis of a Constitution, we ourselves gave.")
(c). Resignation Hoffman's Paul Hoffman, the outgoing Commissioner for the European reconstruction programme, adopted in a ceremony in Washington by its employees. The meritorious administrator was honored in a sincere way.
His successor was William Foster, the former Deputy Paul Hoffman of, appointed.
George Marshall welcomed the previous and the new head of the large reconstruction programme.
d. Zugspitz Observatory 50 years Zugspitz Observatory. Once a cabin today a "Grail Castle of science".
On the occasion of the anniversary, a plaque at earned meteorologists stood before the construction of the Zugspitzbahn in the services of the Observatory was awarded.
Mach a celebration at the Schneefernerhaus visited scientists from within and beyond the German borders the modern facilities of this important research institution and Germany's highest weather station.
03. International women's Congress in Bad Reichenhall important women from around the world met in Bad Reichenhall to the International Congress of women.
Among the prominent participants of the meeting: Ms. Elly Heuss, the wife of the Federal President. Mrs. McCloy - and Miss Woods Mall, the head of the Conference.
Questions of education and welfare, female professional life and the family were treated in a discussion between the representatives of 15 Nations.
Miss Hickey, United States, said. the world needs women, to heal the wounds inflicted on her. Respect for human rights must be regained.
04. economically and politically a great event: the Deutsche Industrie-Ausstellung in Berlin solemn prelude to the German industrial exhibition in Berlin. The American High Commissioner McCloy gave the George Marshall House his destiny. Several hundred guests from home and abroad had come to Berlin. They gave the character of a great political and economic event of the festivities.
The whole city was this extraordinary day.
In the honour Hall of the exhibition grounds at the radio tower, German President Heuss then opened the large performance show in the industry. Paul Hoffman, the former administrator of the ERP, conveyed a message of President Trumans. He said: "Our help will continue, so that the German population in the defense of values of life can combine with the free peoples of the world."
(Original sound: "our aid will continue for we are confident of the eagerness of the German people and the republic to join the free people of the world in the defence of all that we cherish.")
And then stream the visitors from all over the world in the ten large exhibition halls. The international influx gave the Berlin population in a real festive atmosphere. English visitors came to London buses. Before the exhibition stands, old well-known and new partners from Berlin, West Germany and many other countries are met. According to German President Heuss the industrial exhibition, but also the 18 million Germans in the East zone is To give an idea of what a free people and a free economy to produce are able.
05. images from all over the world: a. Löwenbabies, Italy three heads - and three times clumsy young bemooste.
The future Salon lions are the sensation of the Turin Zoo, where they saw just the light of the world.
b. seals the seals of San Francisco have came up with something new.
Here Thomasio in his Glanznummer.
c. artists young 7 years old - and already international format.
Ursula and her teacher and partner use anise show sensational acrobatics.
And here a child feat.
Ursula can boast, high to already now unrivalled hover - up to the zenith of the sky of the artist.
(d). Funny dance number a riddle that made this year's guests of the Riviera hotels some headaches: what is it?
Man or machine? Midget Ballet or magic trick?
Without cord, without apparatus, indeed a mysterious couple!
And the surprising answer: Claudia, the two-piece inventor of a one-man Ballet.
A new sensation of a variety show.
1st International Congress of women in Bad Reichenhall Bad Reichenhall, picturesquely surrounded by the mountains of Upper Bavaria, was the meeting place of the International Congress of women. Celebrity guests: Ms. Heuss, the wife of the German President, Mrs. McCloy and Miss Woods Mall, the head of the Conference.
Women from 14 Nations had come to Germany to take part in this important Conference. The dominant theme was: the personal responsibility of the woman in the questions of the present, it was an international conversation that divided the multiple problems in 5 working groups: home and family, education, social and Church welfare, employment and public and political affairs.
Among the guests of Honor: Dr. George Shuster, the US Regional Commissioner for Bavaria and the Bavarian Minister-President, Dr. Hans Ehard.
Then Miss Margaret Hickey, United States, the discussions initiated: (original sound: "Mrs. McCloy, wife President, fellow members of this conference, I was going to call it a great conference.) But we have a test: we have to make it great. It has great promise. This conference to me is an act of faith and hope in the leadership of women.")
See her speech, Miss Hickey said:... the world needs women, to heal the wounds inflicted on her. Respect for human rights must be regained. Miss Hickey concluded her speech by saying:...Men and women have the same responsibility. Only with the full participation of women, is a balanced political life, good-neighbourly relations between the Nations is possible.
Madame François-Poncet, the wife of the French High Commissioner for Germany.
A prominent English representative: (original sound: "now, the next thing I want to say is this: do not think of the work of the Commission on human rights of the United Nations as something that has jump suddenly and is a new child of life and a new child of idea.") Always think of it in its historical development. The whole development of civilisation is the building up of the idea of the worth of the individual. The individual personality. The whole development of civilized law is the protection of the rights of that individual.")
Mrs Elly Heuss known primarily to social and ethical care of mothers: ("original tone:"...) and that's why I have all other tasks in the last year, who have come up to me, to join in caritativer work any Which one kind of put my name at the top of something what I don't had co-founded, I refused all that - and I took care of only a work, and that was the Müttergenesungswerk, and just for this reason, which I just indicated. The mother stands or falls the health of the family.")
180 significant women from Europe, America and Asia expressed the global connectedness of women of the four-day Conference. The common willingness to work for the peace and progress of the human society is the higher outcome of this meeting.
On the present problems of our time was the joint commitment to the personal freedom of the people to the charity among peoples and to the moral foundation of political, public and social life. The woman belongs in public life - that was a main theme of the great meeting in Bad Reichenhall.
The rights, which fought the historic women's movement, have become a matter of course today. In the present critical situation, growing a new form of the women's movement.
Miss Woods Mall gave expression to the major principle of Reichenhall Conference with the following words: have the unifying aspects to look for in a time of unrest and tensions, must win to effect the counterbalancing influence of the woman in the world.
01. UN-Troops at the 38th Parallel
Republic of Korea Freed
The Communist aggression on the Republic of Korea has collapsed. The victorious troops of the United Nations follow the fleeing units of the attackers to the 38th parallel, which is the border between Free Korea and Communist Korea. The rest of the army of aggression is brought to the prisoner camps. Seoul, the capitel of the independent republic, is free again. But war has left its marks on this city which was not long ago a thriving town. American transport planes land continously with reinforcements at the Kimpo airfield. The surrounded troops of the Communists have to be forced to surrender. The liberation troops of the United Nations arrive at Seoul, cheered by the inhabitants. The government which was elected by a free vote returns to Seoul. The government has taken over its functions - the Republic of Korea is free again!
02. Actualities in Brief
a. Nobel Prize for Dr. Bunche
Dr. Ralph Bunche, the famous American scholar and statesman, was presented with the Nobel Peace Prize 1950.
Dr. Bunche has worked for United Nations since 1946, He solved with splendid results the Palestine conflict.
Dr. Bunche is the first negro to receive this high decoration. His little son presented him with hand-painted congratulations.
b. Berlin Constitution
The new Berlin constitution is ratified. Berlin is now the 12th land of the German Bundes Republic. Oberburgo-master Reuter said at the ceremony which was held in the Schoenberg City Hall. Original sound "From now on we will be able to manage Berlin's future based on the new constitution".
c. Paul Gr. Hoffman Retires
Paul Hoffman, former head of the European Recovery Program, said good-bye to his colleagues at a ceremony in Washington. The distinguished administrator was heartily applauded. William Foster, Hoffman's deputy, was appointed his successor. George Marshall greeted the former and the new head of the great Recovery Program.
d. 50 Years Zugspitz Observatory
The Zugspitz Observatory is 50 years old - formerly a hut, now a strong-hold of science. A medal was presented to distinguished scientists, who had already served at this observatory before the Zugspitz-Train was built.
Scientists from here and abroad visited the modern instruments of this important observatory after a ceremony in the "Schneeferner Hotel". The Zugspitz Observatory is the highest in Germany.
03. International Women's Congress in Bad Reichenhall
Famous women from all over the world met in Bad Reichenhall for an International Women's Congress. Frau Elly Heuss, wife of the Bundes President. Mrs. McCloy. Miss Woodsmall, president of the meeting. Women of 15 nations discussed educational and social problems as well as familier problems of working women. Miss Hickey, USA, said: the world needs women to heal the wounds which have been inflicted on her. Respect for human rights has to be restored.
04. A Great Economical and Political Event:
The German Industry Fair in Berlin
A festive beginning of the German Industry Pair in Berling. American High Commissioner McCloy opened the George Marshall House. Some hundred guests of honour had come to Berlin from Germany and abroad. Bundes President Heuss then opened the Industry Fair at the Radio Tower. Paul Hoffman, the former Administrator of the European Recovery Program, presented a message from President Truman. Original sound "Our aid will continue for we are confident of the eagerness of the German people and the republic to join the free people of the world in the defence of all that we cherish". The visitors from all over the world then visited the 10 great exhibition halls. British visitors came by bus from London. Old friends and new business partners from Berlin, Western Germany and many other countries met at the different booths. According to President Heuss' speech, this Industry Fair is also meant to show to the 18 millions of Germany in the Eastern Zone, what a free nation and free economy areable to produce.
05. News Flashes from Everywhere
a. Young Lion Cubs
The cubs are the sensation of the Turin Zoo, where they have just been born.
A new trick of the San Francisco seals. This is Thomasio demonstrating his best number.
c. A Young Artist
7-years old Ursula demonstrates her high quality with her trainer Wendanis. Ursula can already say that she has no competition in her act.
d. Comical Dance
What is that? A dancer or a machine, a dwarf-ballet or a magician's trick? No cable, no instruments - a strange couple indeed. And here is the solution: Claudia - the new dancing sensation.
Persons in the Film
Bunche, Ralph ; Foster, William ; Heuss, Theodor ; Heuss-Knapp, Elli ; Hoffman, Paul G. ; McCloy, John ; Marshall, George ; Reuter, Ernst ; Schröder, Luise ; Taylor, Maxwell
Riviera ; Berlin ; Bad Reichenhall ; Washington ; Zugspitze ; United States ; Bad Kissingen, Germany ; Turin ; San Francisco
Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Flags ; Women, mothers ; Medals, awards, honors ; Political events ; Cities ; Dance ; Animals (except dogs) ; Korea ; automotive engineering, automotive ; Marshall plan ; Meteorology ; Zoo, Wildlife Park ; Architecture ; Construction ; Exhibitions ; aftermath of war
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