1950 cross-section a year I. The big events 1 beginning of the sacred year - WIF 255 2. promulgation of the new dogma - WIF 284 3. Council of Europe Strasbourg - WIF 272 4. End of the food ration card - WIF 249 5. Berlin: FDJ rally - WIF 261 6 release of the prisoners of war from Russia completed - WIF 258 7 protest of the Kampfgruppe "against inhumanity" - WIF 261 8 2 years Marshall - WIF 254 of 9 William foster succeeds Paul Hoffmann - WIF 279 10th meeting on the Petersberg - WIF 278 11 Korea - WIF 269, 278, 287 12 United Nations and Korea - WIF 278, 283, 288 13. King Gustav von Sweden +-WIF 283 14 eorge Bernhard Shaw + - WIF 284 15 Berlin Liberty Bell - WIF 282 16 regional elections in Bavaria - WIF 287 17 elections in Berlin - WIF 288 18 Conference Truman/Attlee - WIF 289 II. sporting highlights 1 ski jump Oberstdorf - WIF 249 2 boxes Hein ten Hoff - Joe Walcott - WIF 261 3. Grand National - WIF 252 4 Hockenheim race - WIF 259 5th Kieler Woche - WIF 265 6. Fußballänderspiel Germany - Switzerland - WIF 286 7 Harlem Globetrotters in Germany - WIF 268 (238 m) III. The latest image reports a. new year's greeting from German President Heuss Heuss speaks to big O tone: "that no new ones be done from passion and absurdity that no new destruction come." Also my wish can be no other. He finds especially the bound still in captivity, the sick and the elderly, the homeless and the broken. My wish come tonite at the side of your desires."
News in brief a. Brussels: Conference of foreign and defense Ministers of the Atlantic forces aircraft will roll out. Dean Acheson rises from aircraft. Flags of the Atlantic Pact States. Meeting/banquet facilities. Decision of establishing a joint force. Schumann, Bevin, half-close. Germany should be included in the Atlantic Pact.
(19 m) 02 Eisenhower assumes command of the Atlantic forces Eisenhower, big, Eisenhower passes in the car troops salute. (12 m) 03 Munich: the talking pig pig Tusnelda chimney sweep and Bayer, big, speaks, o-ton: "I wish you for 1951 quite A lot pig."
Cross section of a year the big events: the beginning of 1950 was also the beginning of the Holy year Holy year. Believers of all Nations made the pilgrimage to the eternal city. The celebrations culminated in the promulgation of the new dogma of the bodily and spiritual Ascension of the Virgin Mary. Pope Pius XII. leave the dogma on St. Peter's square in Rome.
Council of Europe and Churchill Council of Europe in Strasbourg. Representatives from 15 Nations were working on the foundations of a future European Confederation. A German delegation took part for the first time. Winston Churchill, the prominent standard-bearer for a United Europe, took the initiative for the establishment of a common European defence force.
One of the most enjoyable events of the year at the end of the food ration card: the time blessed the food ration card. The followers of the normal consumer solemnly Merry wore it to the grave.
02. The big events: FDJ rally, Berlin the Communist FDJ wanted to make a provocative March on Berlin to Pentecost. As a result of the determined defense of the West's population, he ended up on the eastern border of the sector. From the March on Berlin, a Communist Festival on their own ground was the apotheosis of their mentor and leader.
TASS message a Moscow Declaration shook the world: "The dismissal of the German prisoners of war from the Soviet Union is complete."
People of all classes of people to protest rallies gathered with horror and indignation. The Berlin "battle group against inhumanity" under the leadership of Chairman Dr. Hildebrandt became a Tribune of the enlightenment against the Soviet tyranny feared by the Communists.
ERP houses and Hoffman-foster of the Marshall plan began his third year of help. 18 Nations have brought back by the global reconstruction programme the level of her life on a peace-moderate height. West Germany was able to double over his production since the start of the ERP. In Washington, William Foster took over the Office of the Ombudsman for the ERP as a successor to Paul Hoffman. George Marshall, the founder of the ERP, was Secretary of Defense.
03. the big events: Meetings on the Petersberg ending the State of war and protection of the Federal territory one possible attack. At a conference with the three High Commissioners, Federal Chancellor Dr. Adenauer accepted these important resolutions of the three Western allies.
Korea: War in Korea! -unleashed by a Communist attack on the free Republic. The job's message went like wildfire around the world. The Nations of the UN are merged into a common defensive front against the Communist overt. General MacArthur was appointed the Commander of the UN forces.
Under the flag of the United Nations, the international UN troops freed the independent Republic of the Communist aggressors. 45 Nations helped the Republic in their life struggle for freedom and peace.
Then came the most serious twist in the history of the United Nations: Red China undertook a renewed aggression on Korean soil. The huge superiority of over 1 million Red Chinese forces the United Nations forces to retreat. But the fight for freedom and against the aggression continues determined.
04. big events: UN Security Council Soviet Russia tried to render incapable of decision of the Security Council of the United Nations by 7-monatige absence. The American delegates Warren Austin provided the evidence for Soviet arms sales to North Korea. The returned Soviet delegate Malik could return nothing. President Truman declared to the UN America's readiness for a total disarmament.
Red China appeared before the Security Council. The opinion of his delegates was a propaganda attack against America and a tirade of lies.
King Gustaf and Bernard Shaw died a King and a poet: King Gustaf v of Sweden, and George Bernard Shaw, 94 years old, philosopher and scoffers, and one of the immortals of literature.
Peace Bell "Bell of freedom" was brought to a tour through the United States to Berlin. General Taylor welcomed the guests from 30 countries. Then, the American High Commissioner McCloy and Mayor Reuter said. General Clay, the founder of this great campaign for freedom and peace throughout the world, heralded the Berlin "The Liberty Bell".
05. The big events: Elections in Berlin and Bavaria Landtag elections in the Federal Republic provided a striking result: strongest voice loss of radicals, overwhelming rejection of communism.
The Communist Party lost its entire seats in several State parliaments.
Conference Attlee-Truman a historic Conference strengthened the solidarity between the United States and the United Kingdom.
Prime Minister Attlee and President Truman met in Washington to incoming meetings.
The two heads of Government decided: no policy of appeasement, but full willingness to negotiate.
06. sporty highlights: ski flying week sports year 1950 began with the sensations of flying people in Oberstdorf.
On this gigantic new jump, the 27 Swede reached 135 meters Dan Netzel.
A world record and a great moment of in sports history. Boxing match Walcott - ten Hoff first international examination of the German heavyweight champion Hein ten Hoff was his fight in Mannheim against the American Joe Walcott, a fighter of world class. Joe Walcott won on points; Ten Hoff surprised by firmness and good tactics.
Grand National as always, was the "Grand. the hardest race in the world, national in England, a dramatic and eventful hurdle fight 49 horses were at the start, only 13 came to the finish.
The favorite "Freebooter" was won by 15 lengths ahead.
07. sporty highlights: Hockenheim-ring auto race at the Hockenheim-ring. The entire German motor sport's elite was at the start. There was a dramatic incident. Winner was Helferich, Mannheim, with 163 kilometres per hour.
Kieler Woche the Kiel week of 1950 was the great performance test of racing yachts and dinghies - an unforgettable experience for all fans of the sport of sailing.
Football: Switzerland. /. Germany the football event of the year: Switzerland Germany - the first international match after the war. The Stuttgart Neckarstadion was raging and millions on the speakers held their breath. A Swiss defender hand made in grave danger. -Penalty kick! A bomb shot led to the only goal of the game: 1-0 to Germany.
Basketball for the first time in Germany: the incomparable Harlem Globetrotters. The phenomenal American basketball team wowed and amused their countless followers in many cities of the Federal territory.
08. the latest report of the image: A new year's greeting from German President Heuss (original sound: "that no new ones be done from passion and absurdity that no new destruction come.") Also my wish can be no other. He finds especially the bound still in captivity, the sick and the elderly, the homeless and the broken. My wish anyway come tonite on the side of your desires.")
News in brief: a. Conference in Brussels the whole free world welcomes the decisions by Brussels. A Conference of major importance created a new perspective of Western commonality. In Brussels, the foreign and defense Ministers of the 12 States of the Atlantic Pact decided the immediate establishment of a joint defence force in Europe against the Communist threat. The inclusion of the Federal Republic of Germany in this new international community was also cleared at the Brussels Conference and should be decided in direct negotiations with the Federal Government.
09. b. Eisenhower assumes command General Eisenhower, in the wars of the Supreme Commander of the Allied forces in Europe, was appointed the Colonel command ends of the new army of the Atlantic by the Atlantic Council.
Already early January General Eisenhower will take his first inspection tour of the European States.
10. A new year's Eve surprise: In Munich Geiselgasteig discovered a talking pig.
It is only 5 months old and like clockwork.
Now something tell me! "Thusnelda" "
(Original sound: "I wish you for 1951 quite A lot pig!")
Persons in the Film
Acheson, Dean ; Bevin, Ernest ; Eisenhower, Dwight ; Heuss, Theodor ; Schuman, Robert
Munich ; Brussels ; United States ; Bonn
Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Flags ; Political events ; Animals (except dogs) ; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen ; NATO ; Entertainment, festivals ; aftermath of war
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