01 outrage over SED students Flade sentence to death for sticking by anti-communist propaganda leaflets poster pillar Berlin protest. Ernst Reuter to protest Assembly, great. Student of the free University speaks on judicial terror. Original sound. "But we tell them in no uncertain terms: your entire so-called State and its methods are unlawful." It adopts laws that severely punish people because they openly speak their minds. He fights anyone who leans on democratic methods against your system."
a. chatting (32 m) 02 updates in the near future Korea through snow-covered landscape. Patrols of UN troops. South Koreans riding on cows. UN troops in snow suits.
(21 m) b. Copenhagen: Danish hospital ship for Korea King Frederik and Queen Ingrid go aboard the hospital ship. Treatment room. Ward. UN flag. Departure of the ship.
(16 m) c. Frankfurt: Mrs. McCloy speaks before women's associations Mrs. McCloy at the lectern, half close, speaks, original sound. "My friends! In the 18 months that I live in Germany, I had the opportunity, the problems thoroughly to study plans and aspirations of this country and to get to know. Then I came to believe, that it is especially personal contact, which may lead to an international agreement." Women as audience, big and close to half. Mrs. McCloy receives a bouquet of flowers.
(26 m) 03. The avalanche disaster in the Alps avalanche paths in the Alps. Search teams in Bad Gastein. Fallen trees. Destroyed houses in the village of HEILIGENBLUT. Men search works. Destroyed Hotel at the foot of the Grossglockner. Sign dining room. Search for victims at night with torches. Destroyed cable car at Kaprun. Dead workers will be recovered on stretchers. Burial of avalanche victims. Coffins are carried. Children wear children coffin. Coffins are lowered.
(68 m) 04 pictures from around the world as New York: skyscraper skyline with United Nations building. Skyscrapers and UN building.
(18 m) b. United States: money burning women include invalid dollar bills. Machine counts and bundles of bank notes. Invalid dollar notes be burnt.
(17 m) c. Rome: occur foot jugglers foot jugglers in night club. Audience clapping. Man of tricks on the feet of the other.
(16 m) 05 sport a. Hannover: International Horse show Europe Hall. Tab in historical costumes. Rider on mold. Inge WINS tempests on Birry in the Amazon. Award ceremony.
(22 m) b. Hamburg: Rally waving to Monte Carlo people on the side of the road cars. Drivers are checked before Esso House. VW.
(15 m) c. Mühlburg: football VFB Mühlburg - SPV. lead 1:1 kick-off. Goalkeeper keeps. Mühlburg plays and shoots 1:0 spectators clap. Attack Fürth. Game ends 1:1 (25 m) d. Trent: skiing Downhill runners on the track. Bishop takes over three times. Falls.
01 outrage about a SED ruling: the tragedy of the student Flade Berlin, Germany, and many speakers of foreign countries lifted their voices to a protest against a SED ruling.
This protest was heard in the East zone. A Soviet zones Court had sentenced because of the bonding of anti-Communist leaflets and resistance during his arrest to death the 18-year old high school student Flade from Dresden.
The higher regional court of Dresden has transformed the judgment later in 15 years in jail. Young people and the representatives of Berlin and all liberal organizations met to powerful protest rallies. A young representative of the student body of the Freie Universität Berlin spoke on behalf of the German youth against terror Justice of the East - Government: (original tone: "but we tell them in no uncertain terms: your entire so-called State and its methods are unlawful.") It adopts laws that severely punish people because they openly speak their minds. He fights anyone who leans on democratic methods against your system.")
02. updates soon: a. In the no man's land in Korea, reconnaissance troops of the UN associations in Korea roam the no man's land between the fronts.
For 8 days was resting on the snow-covered combat areas. The patrols of UN troops had enemy contact only in a few places.
South of Seoul, the advancing associations met again on counterattacks of the Communists. South Korean infantry use cattle as welcome mounts.
The UN troops are again in heavy fighting on 60 kilometers wide.
b. Danish hospital ship for Korea the Danish Royal couple visited the hospital ship "Jutlandia", that the Danish Government has made available to the troops of the United Nations in Korea.
The reconstructed ship is equipped with the most modern facilities of a floating hospital. Danish doctors have voluntarily put into service in this great task. In the sign of the Red Cross and the flag of the United Nations the Danish ship will bring the hard fighting troops of the UN care and help.
c. Mrs. McCloy speaks before women's associations Mrs. McCloy, the wife of the American High Commissioner, spoke at the invitation of the women's associations of Frankfurt.
(Original sound: "my friends!) In the 18 months that I live in Germany, I had the opportunity, the problems thoroughly to study plans and aspirations of this country and to get to know. Then I came to the conviction, that it is especially personal contact could lead to an international understanding that") women's issues within and beyond the ocean, that was all interesting subject of this debate.
A series of devastating natural disasters shook the winter world of the Alps 03. avalanche disasters in the Alps. Rising temperature and dense snowfall turned otherwise harmless mountain slopes into dangerous avalanche areas. From Italy, of Switzerland, Germany and Austria, the bad news about new avalanche falls of gigantic scale hunt. Here, at Bad Gastein, 2 generations of families with a stroke were wiped out. The village HEILIGENBLUT was particularly severely hit. A huge avalanche crashed here with D train - speed through a Gorge in the middle of the village at the foot of the Grossglockner. Here once stood the famous Raj Hotel. Day and night the rescue teams searching for the buried victims. 10 to 20 meters high avalanche mass buried everything among themselves. The cableway of the Tauern power station, near Kaprun was partially destroyed. Workers huts were torn out of 3,000 metres above sea level with the inmates in the depth.
The bodies will be recovered under the most difficult conditions. The numerous rescue teams are constantly threatened by another avalanche falls. Quite Austria mourns the victims of this shocking weather disasters. The population of Bad Gastein is saying goodbye to 14 dead from the grüner Baum.
Everywhere, the mountain population is still under the impression of unfettered element that destroyed ancient farmsteads and whole villages and brought hundreds of people the white death.
04. images from all over the world: new buildings in New York the panorama of New York's, the famous "skyline" of the skyscraper city, got a new face. The new building of the United Nations salutes the running of ships from around the world. The Hafenstrassen flanked by new business and residential buildings that combine modern taste with functionality and elegant sweeping lines, a metropolis of the 20th century.
b. money burning in United States dollars are recycled.
These women have a phenomenal dexterity in the use. This machine but surpasses them. You is one, bundles and attaches the dollar bills in a matter of seconds and is never wrong. In the furnace of the Treasury of the United States, the whole wealth - 7 tons disappears every day. There are invalid and damaged banknotes.
c. the best foot jugglers in the world of Mustafa and Aldo from Cairo are the best foot jugglers in the world.
Their acrobatic foot excellence is the sensation of the nightlife of Rome at the time.
05. sports: a. horse show in Hanover premiere in the new Europe-Hall in Hannover. Under the huge glass-covered steel construction of 160 x 80 meters, 12,000 spectators witnessed a brilliant International Horse Show.
The new building as a future major events of the sports arena was inaugurated with excellent dressage and exciting jump competitions.
Ungewitter, Munich, the chestnut gelding "Birry" took the 12 obstacles in the Amazons hunting jumping faultlessly and best Inge.
b. to Monte Carlo Rally control point Hamburg on the international star trip to Monte Carlo.
The three day trip was around 3,000 kilometers. 8 countries were about to cross. 13 German cars were involved in the great test for man and machine.
After 3 days and 4 nights with much exertion arrived the first participants of the heavy competition on the Riviera.
c. VfB Mühlburg. /. SpV Fürth top fight in the Southern League.
VfB Mühlburg fought against the SpVgg Fürth (white shirts) on its own course.
A restrained start and attack approaches, which wrecked on securing mutual goal, characterize the first 26 minutes of the game.
In the 27th minute - after a good play and a lightning-fast reaction of the Mühlburgers rad it was 1-0 to the Mühlburger.
Shortly after the start of the second half, Fürth could compensate with sweeping attacks. It was 1:1 - a result that corresponded to the balanced game and themselves did not change.
d. ski race in Trento 3 great ski days in Trento, Italy. Masters runners rest through the 7 km-long downhill course with an altitude difference of 1100 metres from 5 Nations.
Here a sensational snapshot of camera.
The winner was Hermann Nogler, South Tyrol in the heavy downhill of the Paganella.
01. SED Sentence Shocked The World
The Tragedy of the School-boy Flade
Berlin, the Bundes Republic and many representatives of foreign countries protested against the SED sentence. This protest was also heard in the East Zone. A court in the Soviet Zone had sentenced to death the pupil of a high school from Dresden, Hermann Josef Flade because he distributed anti-Communist pamphlets and resisted arrest. Later, the Oberlandgericht Dresden converted the sentence to 15 years hard labour. The youth and the representatives of Berlin and of all freedom loving organisations arranged a powerful protest meeting. A young representative of the students of the Free University in Berlin spoke in behalf of German youth against the judicial terror of the East Zone government
Original Sound "We make it clear: your so-called State and its methods are illegal. The State issues laws, which punish men because they frankly state their opinions. It attacks everyone who opposes your system by democratic means."
02. Actualities in Brief
Patrols of the UN units in Korea go through no-man's land between the battle lines. For 8 days the snow-covered battle line was quiet. Only rarely the patrols of the UN troops saw the enemy. South of Seoul, the forward moving troops fall in with counter-attacks of the Communists. South Korean foot soldiers use the cattle for riding. On a 60 kilometers long front, the UN troops are in bitter combat.
b. Danish Hospital Ship
The Danish royal family inspected the hospital-ship "Jutlandia'', which the Danish government has sent to the troops of the United Nations in Korea. The rebuilt ship is furnished with the most modern equipment at a floating hospital. Danish physicians are working voluntarily for this big task.
Under the flag of the United Nations and the Red Cross the Danish ship will bring help and care to the hard-fighting UN troops in Korea.
c. Mrs. McCloy in Frankfurt
Mrs. McCloy, wife of the American High Commissioner, spoke to the League of Women at Frankfurt:
Original Sound "My friends, during the past 18 months which I have been in Germany, I had the opportunity to study carefully the problems, plans and hopes of this country. I am convinced particularly that the personal approach leads to international understanding."
The international theme of this discussion was problems of women here and on the other side of the ocean.
03. The Avalanche Catastrophies In The Alps
A series of the heaviest catastrophies of nature shocked the Alps. Rising temperatures and heavy snow fall transformed harmless slopes into dangerous avalanche districts. From Italy, Switzerland, Germany and Austria came reports about avalanche catastrophies of gigantic proportions. In Bad Gastein, two generations of a family died. Heiligenblut was heavely damaged. An enormous avalanche descended through a gorge and hit the village at the base of Mt. Grossglockner. Once this was the well-known Ruperti Hotel. By day and night, the life saving crews searched for the buried. 10 to 20 meter high snow walls covered everything. The rope railway of the Tauern power Station was partly destroyed. Huts of workers were torn down with their inmates from a height of 3000 meters. The corpses were salvaged under the most difficult circumstances. The innumerable life saving crews are constantly threatened by new avalanches. All Austria mourns for the victims of these catastrophies. The inhabitants of Bad Gastein bid farewell to 14 dead from the Kötschach Valley. Everywhere, the people of the mountains is still under the impression of the unchained nature which destroyed very old farms and whole villages and brought death to hundreds of men.
04. News Flashes from Everywhere
a. The New Skyline Of New York
The panorama of New York the famous skyline of the sky scraper city has a new look. The new building of the UN greets newcomers from all over the world. The streets near the river are flanked by new office and apartment buildings, which reconcilemodern taste with expediency and elegant lines. A metropolis of the 20th century.
b. Burning of Money, USA
Dollars become waste-paper. These women are specialists in counting money. But this machine tops them. It counts, bundles and stitches the paper money in a few seconds and never makes a mistake. In the furnace of the Treasury in USA all this wealth disappeares ... 7 tons daily. It is money which is damaged and out of circulation.
c. Acrobats, Italy
Mustafa and Aldo from Cairo are one of the best foot-jugglers in the world. Their acrobatic performances are the sensation of the night-clubs in Rome.
a. Europe Hall, Hanover
A gala first night in the new Europe Hall at Hanover. Under the gigantic glass-covered steel scaffolding of 160 by 80 meters, 12.000 spectators saw a brilliant international riding Tournament. With outstanding training performances and exciting jumping competitions, this new hall for future mass-meetings was inaugurated. The steeplechase for women was won without fault by Inge Ungewitter, Munich, on "Birry".
b. International Rally to Monte Carlo
Check point of the international Rally to Monte Carlo. During 3 days the drive covers 3.000 kilometers. 8 countries have to be crossed. 13 German cars participated in this hard test for men and cars. After 3 days and four nights with much fatigue the first drivers in this hard contest arrived at the Riviera.
Fight for the top place of the South German Oberliga. VfB Mühlburg played against SPV Fürth (white shorts) in Mühlburg. During the first 26 minutes every attack broke down before the goal. In the 27th minute - after a good combination and a quick reaction by the Mühlburgers, they scored the first goal. Shortly after the beginning of the second half Fürth equalized., The game ended 1:1.
d. Ski Race, Italy
3 great days at Trient, Italy. Champions from 5 nations slid over the 7-kilometer track with a 1100 meter difference in height. Here, a sensational shot from the camera. The winner of this difficult race from Paganella was Hermann Nogler, South Tyrol.
Persons in the Film
Frederik von Dänemark ; McCloy ; Reuter, Ernst ; Ungewitter, Inge
Mühlburg ; Hanover ; Hamburg ; Trento ; New York ; Berlin ; Copenhagen ; Frankfurt ; United States ; Alps ; Korea ; Bad Gastein ; Rome
Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Banking, banking ; Demonstrations ; Justice ; Disasters ; Flags ; Women, mothers ; Football ; motor sports ; Horse riding, horse racing (without harness) ; Shipping ; Ski, skiing, ski jumping ; sports audience, sports spectator ; sports facilities ; Cities ; Deaths, funerals ; Buildings ; Korea ; Technology, industry ; Medicine ; Variety ; Listener ; finance ; aftermath of war
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