01 President Truman proclaims a national emergency of newspaper headlines. Aerial view of the Capitol. Capitol. large. Truman reads statement on the national State of emergency, large. Aircraft construction.
(30 m) 02. The winter war in Korea U.S. tanks and troops go on road to break out of encirclement. Tent camp. Soldiers sleep under blankets in the snow. Wounded carried on wearing to transport aircraft. Planes drop construction materials for bridge.
(36 m) 03 updates soon a. Stockholm and Oslo: presentation of Nobel prizes in 1950 King Gustav presented the Nobel prizes. Dr. Ralph brunch awarded Nobel Prize in Oslo, Norway.
(17 m) b. Bonn: Adenauer announced Federal Youth Plan Chamber. Adenauer on the lectern. Seconded, half close, including Heuss and Ehlers. Heuss to the lectern, total. Deputies clapping.
(21 m) c. Holland: jungle girl Bertha Hertogh 13 Dutch girl who was married in Malaya by foster mom, on arrival at airport.
(15 m) 04. Christmas streiflichter a. toy Nikolaus beckons. Children wave. Nicholas, great. Nicholas gathers wishlist. Toy train. Children in front of shop Windows. Mechanical toys.
(21 m) b. Washington: ERP Nativity crib figures. Four German children crib thanks the German children present ERP-Beauftragtem Paul Hoffmann. Hoffmann, great. Boy speaks, original sound. "We, the children of Germany, take great pleasure in opening here with the Munich crèche to Paul Hoffmann." Paul Hoffmann says, quote: "I thank you Klaus and you Peter and you Ingrid, thank you beautiful for all of you children."
(19 m) c. Bayern: mattress collection schoolchildren collect bed springs for old people. Children with cart. Occupants of retirement home pluck the feathers. Old woman with feather bed.
(19 m) 05 sport a. Wuppertal: handball Cup North - South Germany 9:7 seating in the snow. Play in the snow. Goalkeeper keeps. Goal throw. Audience clapping. Viewers run after the game on the square. Players Cup, large (2 figures).
(27 m) Munich: ice hockey feet - SC - huge Lake 3-2 crashes. Goal for feet. Shot on goal. Score 2:2 feet shoots just before the end of the game 3:2 (34 m) 06 family Hedgehog celebrates Christmas snow falls on Igelhaus. Mecki and family before Christmas tree. Mecki speaks, original sound. "So now look at what has been brought to you by the Christmas Hedgehog of everything beautiful. Come on Susi, the doll belongs to you! Look, just as we here in our small cabin, all children of the great wide world celebrate the beautiful Christmas. In Europe, in the distant hot tropics, into the mighty cities of around the world, in the lonely Hut on the high mountains, and outside on the infinite sea. Everywhere they celebrate. the Festival of peace and joy, just like ours" "You Papa, they get there down nothing?" "But Pepperl, all get something. "And because they are our guests today, we say our best wishes them, but out loud so that it stops everyone: we and the World In the movie wish you all Merry Christmas!" Windmill, sparkler tree, children before Christmas tree. Palm trees. Negro child weighs doll. Illuminated skyscrapers. Praying child from crib. Fishermen in a fishing boat.
01 President Truman proclaims a national State of emergency in a solemn proclamation, President Truman announced the national State of emergency for the United States. Under the pressure of continuing Communist attacks against the security of free Nations, President Truman has arranged as an urgent measure: increase of military forces and considerable increase in the production of military material. It also announced President Truman the principles of American policy. You are a renewed America's commitment to the principles of freedom and justice, which are also the principles of the United Nations.
Literally, President Truman said: "we believe that differences can be settled by peaceful means. We will continue in these efforts, but we avoid any aggression."
02. the winter war American units that were wrapped by a huge rotchinesischen superiority show in Korea these dramatic images. After heavy fighting, succeeded to break the Communist pincer, to muddle through to the majority of UN troops.
The soldiers of the United Nations on their way through the murderous Korean winter is accompanied by storm and Siberian cold.
A short sleep during the March breaks in ice and snow. Transport aircraft land at makeshift airstrips. Wounded are in the ports of South Korea and brought to Japan throw off other machines still circled associations of food and ammunition. And here - for the first time in the history of aviation - a full bridge is thrown off, piece by piece.
The winter war in Korea is a new shocking chapter of the struggle of the free Nations against aggression and breach of the peace.
03. updates soon: a. Nobel Prize distribution King Gustaf of Sweden presented in Stockholm the Nobel prizes in 1950.
It was the 50. Sometimes, that outstanding scholars and artists from around the world were honored by this prestigious award.
The golden anniversary of the Nobel Foundation joined over 30 Nobel Prize winners in the Swedish capital, including the two German chemists Professor Diehls and Professor Alder.
The prestigious award in Oslo received Dr. Ralph Bunche, United States, the first Negro, which was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.
b. Federal Youth Plan In the hemicycle of the Bonn Federal Parliament, Federal Chancellor Dr. Adenauer announced the "Federal Youth Plan", an action for the promotion of German youth.
53 million deutsche mark are provided for the plan. In addition to the establishment of training and workshops, and youth hostels, the promotion of international youth exchange should belong to the future tasks of the State.
In his speech, German President Heuss turned against the idea of a standardized state youth. Literally, he said: "We want that unfolds the German youth to free German people."
c. Bertha Hertogh, the so-called "jungle girl, jungle girl arrived in Holland.
13jährige child-loving Dutch parents in Malaya was been married through its Aboriginal foster mother to a Muslim teacher.
After a lengthy process in Singapore, the mother could obtain again the release of the child.
The case triggered serious unrest among the natives in all over Malaya, which led to acts of violence against the white.
04. Christmas streiflichter: a. toy servant Ruprecht, toy, wish list - this is again the time of great expectations less earthlings.
A walk through the familiar streets becomes a journey through an adventurous fairytale world in the month of Christmas.
A Christmas prelude, whose Zauber is eternal like the belief in Santa Claus wish-granting.
The reality is to the fairy tale - and the fairy tale to reality. b. ERP - Nativity scene 4 children thanked on behalf of all German children for the help of the ERP.
You gave the previous representative for the Marshall plan in Washington, Paul Hoffman, a Munich-based Nativity as IX and expression of thanks of all German children.
(Original sound: "we, the children of Germany, take great pleasure in presenting herewith the Munich crèche to Paul G. Hoffman.")
"I thank you Klaus and Peter, you, thank you, and you Ingrid children thank you beautiful for all of our")
c. bed Spring collection a pre Christmas cheer for the old and the sick. The youth Red Cross of Lower Bavaria Upper Palatinate called the children of the village communities for a collection of bed springs.
The result was a demonstration of helpfulness for needy inmates of nursing homes. The recipient immediately went to work - and at Christmas they will have warm, plump beds. A Christmas relief operation which has linked donor and distressed by youthful staff.
05. sports: a. handball - German Cup match: North. /. South North Germany won the handball Cup 1950 against South Germany.
The fully occupied UW Stadium saw a balanced endgame on the snow-covered square. The Northern (dark trousers) decided the fight through a better storm while South Germany lost his championship due to insufficient coverage and unlucky throw.
The highest trophy of Handballspiels went 9-7 smooth and deserves to Northern Germany.
b. ice hockey feet. /. Huge Lake an important and stormy point game for the German ice hockey championship at Munich's Prince Regent Stadium. Skating Club feet against the champion SC Riessersee.
Huge Lake white pants.
The two Bavarian rivals showed a turbulent riveting battle that remained during the first trimester without results. The goal for feet fell in the second third of the game. The last third was dramatic. After the equalizer by Riess Lake went feet again in the lead, but again compensated for the master.
The game 2:2 minutes is your final whistle won feet with a 3-2 victory.
06. family Hedgehog celebrates Christmas (original sound: "so now look at what has been brought to you by the Christmas Hedgehog of everything beautiful.) Come on Susi, the doll belongs to you! Look at this. Just as we here in our little cabin, all children of the great wide world celebrate the beautiful Christmas. In Europe... in the distant tropical hot... in the mighty cities of all over the world... in the lonely Hut on the high mountains... and out there on the infinite sea.
Everywhere they celebrate. the Festival of peace and joy, just like ours"
"You Papa, they get there down nothing?"
"However, Pepperl, all get something. And because they are our guests today, we want to say our best wishes them, but, so that it stops everyone.
We and the "world in the movie" wish you all Merry Christmas.")
01. President Truman Proclaims a State of National Emergency
In a solemn proclamation President Truman proclaimed a State of National Emergency. Under the pressure of continuing Communist aggressions in Korea President Truman ordered urgent measures for the security of free nations: the raising of military forces and increasing production. President Truman also announced the principles of American policy: renewed dedication of America to the principles of freedom and justice, which are the principles of the United Nations also. President Truman said: "We believe in settling disputes by peaceful means. We will continue our efforts, but will not bow to aggression."
02. The Winter-War in Korea
These dramatic pictures show American units encircled by the overwhelming Red Chinese army. After a hard fight, they succeeded in breaking through and joining the other UN-troops. Storm and icy weather attack the UN troops on their march, A short sleep in ice and snow during a pause. Transportation planes land on improvised airfields. Wounded soldiers are flown to the harbours of South Korea and Japan. Other planes drop food and amunition for the encircled units. For the first time in the history of the airforce a complete bridge is dropped - piece by piece. The war in Korea during the bitter winter is a new chapter in the fight of the free nations against aggression.
03. Actualities in Brief
a. Nobel Prize Winners
At Stockholm, King Gustaf of Sweden presented the Nobel Prizes for 1950. It was the 50th time that outstanding scientists and artists from all over the world were honoured in this important event. 30 Nobel Prize winners assembled at the Swedish capital to celebrate the Golden Jubilee of the Nobel Prize foundation. The German scientists Professor Diehls and Professor Alder were among them. Dr. Ralph Bunche, USA, the first negro ever to receive the Peace Nobel Prize, received it in Oslo.
b. A Plan for the Youth of the Bundes Republic
At Bonn, Bundes Chancellor Dr. Adenauer announced the "Plan for the Youth of the Bundes Republic", an action for promoting German youth. 53 million D-Marks were set aside for this plane. Schools, workshops and houses for the youth will be built. The international youth exchange will be strengthened. Bundes President Heuss spoke against the idea of a State youth. He said "It is our wish that German youth grows into free Germans."
c. Jungle Girl from Malaya
Bertha Hertogh, the so-called "Jungle Girl" arrived in the Netherlands. In Malaya the 13-year old Dutch girl was married to a young Mohammedan teacher by her native nurse. After a long law suit, the mother of the girl took the girl away with her. This decision led to serious rioting by the natives against the white population.
04. Christmas Spotlights
a. A Stroll through the Streets
Santa Claus, toys - this is again the great time for small children. A stroll through the streets during December becomes an adventourous journey through a fairy-tale land. The charm of the pre-Christmas time is as eternal as the belief in Santa Claus. The reality becomes a fairy-tale and fairy-tales become reality.
b. A Creche for Paul G. Hoffman
On behalf of all German children, four children gave thanks for the help of ERP. At Washington, they presented a Munich creche to the former ERP Administrator Paul G. Hoffman. The present was an expression of gratitude from all German children. (Original Sound)
c. Donation of Feathers for Beds
A pre-Christmas delight for the old and sick. The youth of the Bavarian Red Cross called on the school-children of the villages to collect feathers for beds. The result was a great measure of relief for the needy inhabitants of the asylums. The old women removed the quills and will have a new warm bed for Christmas.
North Germany vs. South Germany. North Germany won the Handball Trophy for 1950. The spectators in the overcrowded stadium at Wuppertal saw a balanced final. North Germany (dark shorts) had better forwards, South Germany's backs weren't quick enough to stop the attackers and so lost the title. North Germany won 9:7 and won the highest trophy in Handball.
b. Ice Hockey: Füssen vs. Riessersee
An important match for the German Ice Hockey Championship in Munich, Prinzregenten Stadium. ESV Füssen vs. SC Riessersee. Riessersee white shorts. Both teams played a turbulent game. Neither team could score a goal during the first third. The leading goal for Füssen was shot in the second third. The last third was a very dramatic one. The score is 2:2. A few minutes before the end Füssen scored another goal and won 3:2.
6. The Hedgehog Family Celebrates Christmas
Look! See what the Christmas-hedgehog has brought you. This doll is for you, Susi. Just as we celebrate Christmas in our little hut all mankind celebrates it over the whole world. In Europe ... in the tropic lands ... in the big cities all over the world ... in the lonely hut on the mountain ... on the ocean." "Daddy, don't they get Christmas presents?" "Yes, Pepperl, everybody gets a present. To-day they are our guests and we will send our best wishes: we and "Welt im Film" wich you a Merry Christmas."
Persons in the Film
Adenauer, Konrad ; Bunche, Ralph ; Ehlers, Hermann ; Gustav Adolf VI. von Schweden ; Hertogh, Bertha ; Heuss, Theodor ; Hoffman, Paul G. ; Mecki ; Truman, Harry
Wuppertal ; Munich ; Washington ; Holland ; United States ; Bonn ; Strasbourg ; Denmark ; Düsseldorf ; Bavaria ; Korea ; Italy ; Stockholm ; Oslo ; Berlin
Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Handball ; Trade, finance ; Industry ; Children ; Education, youth ; fishing ; Foreign workers ; Night ; Medals, awards, honors ; Plants ; Policy ; Political events ; Spoprt-Ehrungen ; sports audience, sports spectator ; Buildings ; Korea ; Men ; Marshall plan ; People ; Christmas ; Welfare, aid agencies, care ; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen ; Hockey ; aerial photographs ; Industrial ; Policy ; Sports honors ; aftermath of war
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