01 General Eisenhower in England, Portugal, Italy, Luxembourg and Germany Eisenhower gets out of car and goes to the Ministry of defence in London. Eisenhower talking to officers. Eisenhower in Lisbon, totally. Eisenhower upon arrival at the airport in Rome, close to half. Eisenhower, at meetings in Luxembourg. Eisenhower's arrival in Germany in addition to McCloy. Eisenhower decreases parade of American troops. Eisenhower welcomes Adenauer at reception. Adenauer in addition to Eisenhower, great.
a. UN soldiers go through snow Korea (36 m) 2 updates in the near future. Dropping supplies on parachutes in the air for an outpost. General at the forefront at briefing. Children carried on trucks. Orphans are placed in airplane security.
(25 m) b. Berlin: Farewell to General Taylor Berlin flag and US flag from City Hall. General Taylor in addition to Suhr, half-close. General Taylor speaks before the House of representatives, half close to the original sound. "I have firm confidence, General Mathewson will be also an American, who came to Berlin as a crew member, as defenders remained and as Berlin goes from here." His successor General Mathewson speaks, half-close.
(21 m) c. Berlin: US tanks for Berlin American tanks rolling through the streets as reinforcement of U.S. troops.
(13 m) d. London: non stop flight B-36 Texas - London fly B-36 aircraft. Aircraft cockpit with measuring instruments. Aircraft at the airfield in London with propellers and jets.
(11 m) e. Bonn: Eden at Heuss auto reverses. Police officer greets, large. Eden gets out of car. Heuss welcomes Eden, close to half.
(9 m) 03. A famous Orchestra and a ballet with new ideas a. food: concert of the London Philharmonic Orchestra. Sir Adrian Boult conducted, great. Score "Don Juan". Wind. Orchestra.
(25 m) b. Berlin: American National Ballet dancers of the American National Ballet Dance Ballet "Interplay" with classical and modern dance forms. (24 m) 04. streiflichter from Germany a. Berlin: bears in the Zoo bears play in the enclosures and climbing on tree.
(19 m) b. Hannover: appearance of 3 Allegros in vaudeville two men and a woman as a rubber doll dressed in limb strain acrobatics.
(19 m) 5th Garmisch Partenkirchen: winter sports week mountains. Cars in the snow. Cinematographer sinks during ascent in the snow. Downhill skiing: Runner on the track. Snow storm. It wins Engelbert Haider, Austria. Giant slalom: plunge runners. Runner crashes through the target. Zeno Colò, Italy, WINS and is winner of the combined. Special: Runner on the track. It wins Christel Pravda, Austria. Slalom women: it wins Mirl Buchner, Germany. MIRL Buchner on the track. Run through the goal. MIRL Buchner gives drink containing Dextro Energen from Cup. Viewers Wade through mud. Ski jumping: jump ski jumper in mist and snow flurries. It wins Sepp Bradl, Austria with 71 and 75.5 m. Sepp Bradl victory, half-close.
01 after England and Italy: General Eisenhower in Germany the 6th stage of the big trip to Europe General Eisenhowers was the Commander in Chief of the Atlantic forces to London.
In favor of meetings, the General conferred with the relevant government officials and military experts of UK.
According to defence meetings in Lisbon, General Eisenhower flew to Rome. In a speech, the commander said: "each of us needs the other. None of us can leave the others in the lurch!"
After a Conference in Luxembourg met the General on the 10th and last leg of his tour through Western Europe in Germany.
In Frankfurt, Heidelberg and Bad Homburg, General Eisenhower discussed current military problems with Allied leaders in Germany. On a reception, the General met with Federal Chancellor Dr. Adenauer and other German politicians. In a series of interviews, an exchange of views between him and German politicians Instead of found in an open-minded and friendly atmosphere.
02. updates soon: a. Korea patrols of UN associations before the main battle line in Korea. The junction of Wonju changed hands several times. The troops of the United Nations are facing a renewed onslaught of the Communists. All forces are collected for the defense.
Many positions can be supplied only from the air. The General leading the operation orders in the front line of Defense.
1,000 Korean orphans to be evacuated by the U.S. air force. The Communist attack took them to the parents. The youngest is 6 months.
American nurses to accompany their orphaned children on their flight to safety.
after Washington appointed General Taylor, who became American city Commandant of Berlin, b. farewell General Taylor in the U.S. General staff. General Mathewson in Berlin arrived as his successor.
General Taylor retired before the West Berlin House with warm words.
(Original sound: "I have firm confidence, General Mathewson will be also an American, who came to Berlin as a crew member, as defenders remained and as Berlin goes from here.")
General Mathewson has already assumed his new Office.
c. tank for Berlin reinforcements for the American garrison in Berlin. A train carrying American Pershing tanks arrived at the Grunewald station.
In addition, US-grenade launcher units to reinforce the American occupation forces in Berlin have arrived.
d. B 36 London B 35 - the largest bomber in the world, took flight from Texas to England, 7 1/2 thousand kilometers a nonstop.
The huge American aircraft have a wingspan of 70 meters, are equipped with propeller and jet propulsion, and develop a speed of 650 km/h e. Eden at Heuss the former British Foreign Minister Anthony Eden arrived for meetings with Allied unddeutschen personalities in Düsseldorf.
In Bonn, German President Heuss was the Deputy Chairman of the British Conservative Party.
03. guests from England and the United States: a. a famous Orchestra and a ballet with new ideas the London Philharmonic began with a concert in eating a big tour of Germany. Sir Adrian Boult, one of the most important English conductor, directs the famous 85-strong Orchestra. After a break of 15 years, the Philharmonic Orchestra of the British capital will visit 12 German cities.
An artistic high point in the program of the German-British cultural exchange.
(b). A famous Orchestra and a ballet with new ideas the American National Ballet has performed during his world tour in Berlin. Here a set of the ballet "Interplay", in which blend classical and modern dance forms unique and captivating way.
04. streiflichter: a. young bear, Berlin the rising sun attracted Berlin animals coat of arms for the first trip in the enclosures of the Zoo.
Knorke, Buhekolyd and Schnaffke showed themselves as experienced Kipper.
A small family event lovingly taken note of the Zoo audience and newsreel cameras.
b. Allegro-trio artists and here: the anatomical miracle international vaudeville stage: to marvel at the Allegro 3, at the time in Hannover.
An acrobatic Carnival joke or the mysterious doll. Surprising solution: LILO, the lady from plasticine.
05. in spite of rain and mud: sporting highlights in Garmisch, it started with sunshine and powder snow.
The final phase of the international winter sports week in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany, announced is promising. Audience and newsreel reporter sank into the thick padded snow masses. And the sports competitors from 11 countries providing high-class services, even as the weather turned.
The downhill to the Kreuzeck began in a snow storm at the start, went into frenzied fall ride through the fog of the protective mountain slope and ended up in the mud of the Valley.
Was won by Engelbert Haider, Austria, with a record time of 3 minutes 57 seconds. He drove a breakneck steep slope than permitted abbreviation of the racetrack.
Marble snow and ice boards were the weather-related problems of the slalom slope. 52 goals were to drive on a mile track. A test that placed high demands on the national teams from 8 countries.
World Champion Zeno Colò, Italy, the winner in the combination of-Abfahrt and slalom.
In the special slalom, Pravda won a breathtaking ride the top runner of in Austria - Christel. Multiple German ski champion - Mirl Buchner won downhill and Slalom of the women's.
And then rallied the masses of those from viewers despite mud and rain to the climax of the Olympic Games, the jumping on the Olympic Hill. Such schemes, the jumpers from 5 Nations through the hazy Snow flew.
Ex-world champions Sepp Bradl, Austria, won in magnificent form with jumps of 71 and 75 1 / 2 metres.
01. After England and Italy
General Eisenhower In Germany
The 6th stop of General Eisenhower's trip through Europe was London. During his 3 days visit, the General had discussions with leading representatives of the government and military experts. After defence discussion in Lisbon, General Eisenhower flew to Rome. In a speech the Supreme Commander said: "We all need each other. Not one of us can abandon the other." After a conference in Luxembourg, the General arrived in Germany for the 10th and last stop of his Information tour through Western Europe. At Frankfurt, Heidelberg and Bad Homburg, General Eisenhower discussed military problems with the leaders of the Allies in Germany. During a reception, the General met Bundes Chancellor Adenauer and other German politicians. In the course of several discussions in an open and hearty atmosphere an exchange of opinions took place.
02. Actualities in Brief:
Troops of the UN forces at the main battle line in Korea. Several times the traffic centre Wonju changed hands. The troops of the United Nations await a new attack by the Communists. All forces gather for the defence. Many positions can only be supplied by parachute. The General who leads the operation gives his orders at the front. 1.000 Korean orphans are evacuated by the American Air Force. The Communist attack took their parents from them. The youngest is 6 months old.
American nurses accompany these orphans during their flight to security.
b. Departure of General Taylor
General Taylor, US Commandant of Berlin, was called to the US General Staff in Washington. His successor, General Mathewson, arrived in Berlin. General Taylor made a fare-well speech before the West Berlin House of Deputies.
Original Sound: "I am deeply convinced that General Mathewson will be an American who comes to Berlin as a member of the occupation forces, stays here as a defender, and will leave as a Berliner."
General Mathewson has already taken over his new job.
c. Tanks for Berlin
Reinforcements for the American garrison of Berlin. At the Grunewald Station, American Perching tanks arrive. Besides these, US Grenate-thrower units to strengthen the American forces in Berlin have arrived.
d. B 36 in London
B 36 - the biggest bombers in the world, undertook a non-stop flight from Texas to England, nearly 7.500 kilometers. These American giants have wings 70 meters long and are equipped with propellers und jets, and reach a speed well over 400 miles per hour.
e. Eden meets Heuss
The former British Foreign Minister Anthony Eden arrived in Düsseldorf for discussions with Allied and German Personalities. In Bonn, Bundes President Heuss welcomed the vice-chairman of the British Conservative Party.
03. Guests From England And USA:
a. A Famous Orchestra And A Ballet With New Ideas
The London Symphony Orchestra started its German tour with a concert in Essen. Sir Adrian Boult, one of the most important English conductors, led this famous orchestra of 85 musicians. After a 15 year intermission, the orchestra of the British capital will visit 12 German towns. An artistic event in the program of the German-English cultural exchange.
b. American National Ballet
In Berlin, the American National Ballet gave a performance during its world starring tour. Here is an act from the ballet "Interplay", in which the classic and modern dance are mixed in an interesting manner.
04. News Flashes from Germany
a. Bears in Berlin
The rising sun inspires Berlin's heraldic animals to make their first trip in the enclosure of the zoo. Knorke, Nauke and Schnaffke give a performance as skilled red herring Catchers. A small family event which was affectionately observed by the visitors at the zoo and the newsreel camera.
b. Allegro Trio
And here: the anatomic miracle of international show business: The 3 Allegros now in Hanover. An acrobatic Karneval joke or the miraculous jointed doll. The surprising solution: the lady made out of clay.
05. In Spite of Rain And Mud:
Sport Highlights In Garmisch
There was sunshine and snow. Spectators and newsreel cameramen sank into the thick drifts. There were first-class sport events even as the weather changed. The Slalom from the Kreuzeck started in a snow storm, went through fog in the middle of the track and was finished in the mud of the valley. The winner was Engelbert Haider, Austria.
He won in 3 minutes 57 sec. On the 800 meter track 52 posts had to be passed. A test which demanded great skill from the competitors of 8 nations. World champion Zeno Colo, Italy, the winner of the mixed slalom.
Winner of the special slalom was Christl Prawda, Austria. The winner of the mixed slalom for women was Mirl Buchner, Germany. In spite of rain and mud, the spectators gathered for the ski jump in the Olympic Stadium. The jumpers flew like shadows through the snow storm. Winner was ex-world champion Sepp Bradl, Austria, with 71 and 75 1/2 meters.
Persons in the Film
Bradl, Sepp ; Buchner Fischer, Annemarie ; Adenauer, Konrad ; Boult, Adrian ; Eden, Anthony ; Eisenhower, Dwight ; Heuss, Theodor ; McCloy, John ; Mathewson ; Suhr, Otto ; Taylor, Maxwell ; Colo, Zeno ; Heider, Engelbert ; Pravda, Christl
Garmisch-Partenkirchen ; Hanover ; Berlin ; London ; Korea ; Bonn ; Rome ; Frankfurt ; Lisbon ; Luxembourg ; Food ; Garmisch Partenkirchen ; Federal Republic
Sachindex Wochenschauen ; cameramen, cameramen ; Flags ; Musical events ; Parades ; Police ; Ski, skiing, ski jumping ; Sports details, fouls ; Spoprt-Ehrungen ; sports audience, sports spectator ; 99.412 Deutsche week show GmbH: State visits (outside) ; Animals (except dogs) ; Korea ; automotive engineering, automotive ; Military ; Military events ; Variety ; Winter ; Zoo, Wildlife Park ; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen ; NATO ; Crew ; Japan ; Military ; Sports honors ; aftermath of war
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