01 updates soon a. Korea UN troops build accommodations for the winter. Soldiers warm themselves by the fire. Soldiers ride off-road vehicles by the Chan Chang River. Prisoners train from Chinese on the street. William foster, U.S. Representative for the Marshall plan, in Seoul. Debris. Korean woman with child on the back.
(36 m) b. regional elections in Bavaria, farmers go to polling station. Distribution of votes. People with umbrellas on the street. Counting of votes. Ahead of the SPD. Count. Departure of the Communists.
(18 m) c. Augsburg: Ilse Koch in German court judges table. Ilse Koch, half-close. Indictment. Witnesses when swearing. Ilse Koch in the interrogation. Close-up of Ilse Koch.
(24 m) d. Strasbourg: Europe Youth demonstrated buses. Students cross the Franco German border. Europe flags. Turnpike is made up. Notre-Dame Cathedral. Europahaus. Meeting with torches before the Maison de l'Europe. Transparent we request Europe. Paul Henry Spaak speaks total.
(24 m) e. London: State visit of Queen Juliana's Dutch Royal couple Prince Bernhard König George and Queen Elizabeth station, half-close. Juliana and Bernhard rise from train. King George welcomes Juliana with kiss on the hand. Greeting of the Queens with cheek kiss. Princess Elizabeth and Princess Margaret welcome Juliana with cheek kiss and Knicks. Ride the horse-drawn carriage through London to Buckingham Palace. Queen Juliana and Prince Bernhard on arrival at reception, half-close. Attlee and wife upon arrival. Churchill and Lady Churchill's arrival. Princess Elizabeth, great. Prince Bernhard, Queen Elizabeth and King George, half-close.
(27 m) 02 McCloy in North Germany McCloy speaks to Kiel students, half close interview: "Germany now enters a new phase of its development to a democratic State. In the foreign policy Germany will become soon the equal rights with other Nations." Listener, great and totally. Hamburg: McCloy in addition to Brauer in the Hamburg City Hall. McCloy speaks. Bremen: McCloy inaugurates new broadcasting house as a gift from the U.S. Government for Bremen. Plaque is unveiled.
(28 m) 03 pictures from all over the world a. flood in California torrential water. Aerial photos of flooded area. Horses in water. Reno of the city under water. Bridge into the water.
(20 m) b. Düsseldorf: insect Exchange butterflies pinned on. Trade and Exchange. Collectors look at butterflies. Largest Butterfly in the world.
(21 m) c. New York: Silk fashion show at the Waldorf Astoria show of fashions made from silk. Evening dress. Woman and child. Afternoon dress. Mannequin on stairs. Swimsuits made of silk. Demonstration in the spotlight.
(28 m) 04 sports a. Hamburg: hockey to the silver shield - Hamburg - North Rhine - Westphalia 3-1 hockey game. Spectators, half-close. Viewers with cigarette claps, great. Goalkeeper keeps. Shot on goal. Viewers with Hat, great. Shot on goal for Hamburg. Audience clapping.
(26 m) b. Bonn: International fencing tournament fencing group presentation. Sabre champion Esser, Germany, fights against world champion Levavasseur, France. Greetings, great. Sword fight.
(26 m) 5th United States: deep-sea camera cameraman with deep-sea camera floats over the seabed. Harpoon fish. Cancer. Shoal of fish, puffer fish.
01 updates soon: a. news from Korea close to the Manchurian border. The UN troops build shelters and camps. The winter storms from Siberia transform the battle grounds in the North of Korea in an icy steppe. The winter war makes the toughest demands of every individual soldiers of the United Nations.
American advance across the Chang-Chang River. You advance to the border of Red China.
Rotchinesische prisoners are brought behind the front lines. All carry the quilted winter uniform of the Chinese Red Army.
In Seoul, William Foster, the American officer of the Marshall plan, met with President Syngham Rhee. He talks about the reconstruction of the devastated country and determines where the fastest and most effective way can be helped.
b. Bavarian election, the second phase of the elections in the Federal Republic is over. From the main to the Zugspitze, the highest polling of in Germany, the voters in Bavaria gave their voices. As in Württemberg and Hesse, also the Bavarian Landtag election resulted in changes in the distribution of seats. The SPD reached a scarce votes ahead of the Christian-social.
The Communist Party will be No more represented by the decision of the people, also in the Bavarian Parliament. She reached only 1.9% of the votes.
c. Ilse Koch process, Augsburg Ilse Koch, the "Kommandeuse of the Buchenwald concentration camp" is now in a German court. The proceedings take Instead of in Augsburg. The indictment detailed 140 pages contains most serious accusations: in particular inciting the completed or attempted murder of German concentration camp inmates in 180 cases. During the first interrogation, the accused already caught in contradictions. The home and abroad followed this German lawsuit against one of the disreputable woman figures of Nazireiches with strongest interest.
d. Europe Youth, Strasbourg 3,000 students demonstrated for a United States of Europe. They came from 16 Nations and crossed the French border without formalities to get to Strasbourg. They demanded the immediate creation of a United European Confederation with banners and a resolution of the Council of Europe. 800 of participants came from West Germany. The young people at a nighttime rally gathered before the Maison de l'Europe in Strasbourg.
Paul Henri Spaak, President of the Consultative Assembly, answered them in a speech at the same time Exhortation and firing at.
e. Queen Juliana in England state visit of Dutch Queen in London. Queen Juliana and her husband, Prince Bernhard, arrived in the British capital on a State visit at the English Royal Court. The Dutch guests were greeted with great festivity.
The ride to Buckingham Palace was a triumphal procession through the streets of London. Tens of thousands of English welcomed the high guests of friendly country with cheers and warmth.
A big welcome to Queen Juliana and Prince Bernhard invited their English hosts was the crowning of the State visit.
02. McCloy in North Germany John McCloy, the US High Commissioner for Germany, said in his first official trip through northern Germany Kiel students.
(Original sound: "Germany now enters a new phase of its development to a democratic State.) In the foreign policy Germany will become soon the equal rights with other Nations.")
At a reception in the Town Hall of Hamburg said McCloy about the defence of Europe against the threat of communism. In Bremen, the High Commissioner handed over the new radio House of Radio Bremen, representing a gift of the American people in the Hanseatic City.
03. images from all over the world: a. flood in California raging whitewater streams fall from the mountains of the Sierra Nevada in the plain of California.
Unusually warm weather has brought to melt the snow on the mountains. Cloud fractions increased the flood of water to the largest floods ever experienced California.
The floods hunt through the city of Reno, Nevada. They rose even higher, after these pictures were taken. The 10-metre mark is passed. The harm is Not yet to appreciate.
b. Butterfly stock, Düsseldorf is about butterflies, beetles and other insects. The glass-protected rarities were the rare object of trade an insect Exchange at the Löbbecke Museum in Düsseldorf. Their rarity attracted scientists and private collectors from many countries. Purchase and barter transactions were made and the colourful butterflies from all parts of the world equally enthusiastic collectors such as lay people.
The gem of the original stock, "Hercules", the largest Butterfly in the world from New Guinea.
c. silk fashions, New York silky elegance in the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New York. Leading American fashion houses showed in a big show fashions in silk - for all seasons and all occasions and all ages.
Also the beach is enriched with a silky color palette.
By Brocade to the Taft - it was to see everything the artist from the shiny silk spun can conjure.
A A lot silky look.
04. sports: a. Hockey Hamburg won on their own ground in the final of the highest trophy of German hockey sports: the hockey silver shield. North Rhine-Westphalia (white shirts) was considered as a favorite. But already in the first minutes of play, the Hamburger has proved to equal. The attacks of German guests failed repeatedly to better hamburger meet.
At halftime it was 1-0 to Hamburg.
Shortly after the start of the second half, West could compensate for. But Hamburg remained in the attack. They scored two more goals.
Hamburg defeated the previous year's winner 3-1 and won the coveted "Silver shield".
b. contest first international fencing tournament in Bonn. A Parisian fencer selection with a German team from different clubs met in the German capital.
Sabre champion eaters, Germany - world champion Levavasseur, France.
After a ten year break the international connections of the chivalric sport have been recorded thus again.
France won the Sabre 7-2 and in the foil with a 8-1 points.
There were exciting fights and - surprising turns.
05. new deep-sea camera graced are to offer: movie stars of the seabed a new deep-sea camera goes on a journey of discovery. She is built like a submarine and is tried here by cameramen of the United States Navy. 30 meters under the water of the Caribbean Sea, she discovered a completely unexplored film terrain, an enchanted world of strange creatures. Here too, there are stars, schemers and comedian - like for example this abundance inflated hero actor.
01. Actualities in Brief
UN troops are building fortifications and camps at the Manshurian border. The Siberian winds turn the North Korean front into an icy desert. This war requires all possible strength of each soldier of the UN troops. American units cross the Chang-Chang River and approach the Red Chinese border. Chinese prisoners are brought behind the lines. They wear the winter uniform of the Red Chinese Army. William Foster, the American Administrator of the Marshall-Plan met President Syngham Rhee in Seoul to discuss the fastest possible way for the reconstruction of the destroyed country.
b. Elections in Bavaria
The second part of the Landtag elections in the Bundes District is over. The Bavarian people voted from the Maine River to the Zugspitze, Germany's highest polling-place. The Bavarian Landtag Elections, as in Wuerttemberg and Hesse, made many changes in the Parliament. The SPD made big gains over the CSU. The Communist Party - by free decision of the people - will not be represented in the Bavaria Parliament. They received only 1,9% of the votes.
c. Ilse Koch Trial, Augsburg
Ilse Koch, the "Madame Commandant" of the Buchenwald Concentration Camp is tried by a German court in Augsburg. The accusation is 140 pages long and includes the heaviest charges - especially 180 cases involving instigation of attempted and committed murders of German concentration camp prisoners. The accused was caught in contradictions during the first examination. The whole world follows this trial against one of the most notorious women of the Nazi Regime with greatest interest.
d. The Youth of Europe
3.000 students demonstrated for the United States of Europe. They had come from 16 nations and had crossed the French border without any formalities in order to reach Strassburg. They demanded immediate action for the creation of a United Europe, carrying posters and presenting a resolution. 800 of the youths came from Western Germany. The students gathered at night in front of the Europe-House in Strassburg. Paul Henri Spaak, President of the Advisory Assembly answered with warning as well as encouraging words.
e. Queen Juliana Visits England
State visit of the Queen of the Netherlands to London. Queen Juliana and her husband, Prince Bernhard, arrived in the British capital for a state visit at the English Royal Court. The Dutch guests were welcomed with great pomp. Britons by the thousands greeted the royal guests on their way to Buckingham Palace with hearty cheers. And a great reception for Queen Juliana and Prince Bernhard closed this state visit.
02. Mr. McCloy in North Germany
The American High Commissioner for Germany, John McCloy addressed students in Kiel on his first official visit to North Germany
Original Sound "Germany is now entering a new phase in her development to a democratic state. Germany will soon be on an equal footing in foreign policy"
McCloy spoke at a reception in the Hamburg City-Hall about the European defense against a Communist threat. The High Commissioner opened the new Radio Station Bremen, which is a present of the American people to this city.
03. Newsflashes from Everywhere
a. Floods, California
River waters of the Sierra Nevada Mountains caused serious floods in California, Unusually warm weather melted the snow and brought the worst of all flood-catastrophies to Nevada and California. Here are some pictures of the floods in Reno, Nevada, The water kept on rising after these pictures were taken. A catastrophy of unestimable destruction.
b. Butterfly Exchange
A butterfly exchange in the Loebbecke Museum, Duesseldorf. The value of these butterflies attracted scientists and collectors from many countries. The colorful butterflies from all over the world fascinated experts and amateurs alike. Here is "Hercules", the world's biggest butterfly.
c. Silk Fashions, New York
Foremost American designers demonstrated silk fashions in the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New York - for every season, all occasions and every age. Here are some beach fashions of silk. Brocade, taffeta and other material - combined with elegant fashions. A splendid show.
Hamburg won the Hockey Silver Shield on her own field. Nordrhein-Westfalia (White shirts) were the favorites, but Hamburg was on equal terms right from the beginning. Western Germany's attacks were always stopped by the better Hamburg backs. 1 : 0 for Hamburg at half-time. Hamburg went on attacking and made two more goals after West had shot their only goal. Hamburg won over the last year's champion 3:1 and thus took possession of the "Silver Shield".
A Paris Fencing team and a German team met in Bonn for the first international Fencing match. Esser, Germany - and World Champion Levavasseur, France. France won 7:2 and 8:1. A thrilling and exciting fencing tournament.
05. The New Deep-Sea Camera Presents:
Film Stars of the Sea Bottom
The new deep sea camera is built like a submarine and is tested here by cameramen of the American Navy. This camera reveals new possibilities for film production and an enchanted world of strange creatures. And even here they have stars - villains - - - and this vain hero.
Persons in the Film
Attlee, Clement ; Bernhard von Holland ; Brauer, Max ; Churchill, Winston ; Elizabeth von England ; Elisabeth II. von England ; Foster, William ; Georg VI. von England ; Juliana von Holland ; Koch, Ilse ; McCloy, John ; Margaret von England ; Spaak, Paul Henry ; Esser, Peter ; Levavaseur
Hamburg ; Bonn ; Strasbourg ; Kiel ; Bremen ; Strasbourg ; Düsseldorf ; Augsburg ; United States ; California ; Korea ; London ; Seoul ; New York ; Bavaria ; Washington
Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Demonstrations ; Trade, finance ; Higher education ; Justice ; cameramen, cameramen ; Disasters ; Education, youth ; Europe, EDC, EEC ; Fencing ; Radio, television ; sports audience, sports spectator ; 99.412 Deutsche week show GmbH: State visits (outside) ; Diving, diver ; Animals (except dogs) ; Buildings ; Korea ; Kissing, kissing scenes ; Marshall plan ; Elections ; Water ; water emergency ; Listener ; Fashion ; Hockey ; Crew ; Japan ; aftermath of war
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