01 updates soon a. Santa Margherita: Conference of Prime Ministers and Foreign Ministers of Italy and France train station. Greeting de Gaspari and Schuman, half-close. People with banners and posters for the European unit.
(11 m) b. United States: Defense Minister Marshall speaks before the Senate about reinforcement of U.S. troops in Europe Marshall, speaking, half close to the original sound. "The president has approved a policy with respect to our forces in Europe which comes to the maintenance by US in Europe of approximately 6 devisions of ground forces."
André Gide André Gide (19 m) c. death enters the lectern and speaks.
(9 m) d. Bonn: demonstration of refugees against load balancing rally on square, ruins of houses on the outskirts. Posters of West Prussia, East Prussia, Brandenburg, Germany. Faces of men and women, great.
(14 m) e. Bonn William Foster William Foster gets out of car, totally. Foster in conversation with Vice Chancellor Blücher and Ludwig Erhard, great.
(11 m) f. Bad Godesberg: construction begins of a US settlement McCloy responds, half close site. McCloy and William Foster make a ground-breaking ceremony.
(14 m) g. Tehran: wedding of the Shah with Soraya troops on horseback in the wedding procession. Among the guests of Aga Khan, half-close. Soraya's arrival with Bridal Veil.
(14 m) 2nd Dachshund en gros - polar bears under a. Gergweis: village of Dachshund Dachshund sitting on a leash. Many Dachshund sitting in front of the tavern door. Men sitting at the table, dog under the table. Dachshund on the lap under behind the counter. Bitch with four young dachshunds in the basket. Residents go through village street with dachshunds.
(19 m) b. Nürnberg: polar bears at the Zoo Polar bears. Young polar bear on the arm by guards. Polar bear baby drinking from bottle and is powdered. Two small polar bears fight each other in the dirt.
(24 m) 03 Munich: Cabaret "Little freedom" Karl Schönböck in appearance in "Adam and Eve" skit and a shark Hunter with Ursula Herking. Laughing audience. Ursula Herking sings the song of the Eastern violet of the FDJ, interview with two Kabarettistinnen.
04. sports a. Hannover: six days rider on the track at spotlight. Final round. Carrara-Lapbic, France, winners take victory lap wreath.
(17 m) b. Krefeld: ice hockey Prussia Krefeld - Bates company Maine, United States 10:5 water Get up the ice. Water squirts up game.
(24 m) c. Berlin: ring er tournament Pascal Ribel, Italy, fighting against Jean Bout, France. Outerwear. Darshana takes action against the referee. Throw over the ropes. Result: Draw. Darshana attacking bout after fighting in a bathrobe.
(26 m) d. Neustadt: German championship in the competing Sun above the village. People go to the jump. The village from above. Sepp Weiler jumps 84 m (3rd), Franz Eder, Berchtesgaden, jumps Sepp Kleisl, Partenkirchen 87 m (2nd), jumps of 87.5 m and WINS. Sepp Kleisl, half-close. (30 m)
Cabaret we are the East violet the German Eastern violet with red bellies of bread? from the AEKD? The FDJ girls the anti-God girl from the Nowgorot town left by the river Spree. Soon, the West zone is the whole rest zone, which Arvind and Fressszone slice morscht from us. Then there's the Aufputschki? they knew yet standarchie? and no Weißwurschti and nix as Borscht. According to Lenin, Stalin came, after Wilhelm Pik vodka, vodka njet postroy, oh poor Republic! After rain, hail comes, comes after straw, mother, mother I courage soon we are Nitschewo. The Red Rössel am Tegernsee is the GPU goes before the door with Truman still troika and Furtwängler plays balalaika. And calls Dirndl at the Oktoberfest Towarisch, now we have a real Siberian beer from our Bavarian mug.
01 updates soon: a. met in Santa Margherita, not far from Genoa, a French Italian Conference Conference Santa Margherita the Prime Ministers and Foreign Ministers of Italy and France. The two Governments decided to cooperate within the framework of a United Europe and the Atlantic Pact at the hip economically, politically and militarily.
b. Marshall before the Senate said Defence Minister George Marshall before the United States Senate about the planned reinforcement of U.S. troops in Europe: (original sound: "The President has approved a policy with respect to our forces in Europe which comes to the maintenance by US in Europe of approximately 6 divisions of ground forces.")
According to the plan General of Marshall's 6 divisions in Europe should be stationed. The American forces should support the clout of the European defense forces and increase.
The 6 divisions would cover about 100,000 men.
(c). André Gide died in Paris André Gide, the great French poet and winner of the Nobel Prize for literature died at the age of 81 in 1947. In the same year, he attended the International Youth Congress in Munich.
d. displaced demonstration Bonn 50,000 displaced and Fliegergeschädigte from all over the Federal Republic protested the load balancing scheme in a large rally in Bonn. The first Chairman of the Association of displaced Germans called for a clear decision on this important issue of the Bundestag and the Federal Government.
e. foster in Bonn William Foster, the representative of the Marshall plan, arrived in the Federal Republic.
The ERP administrator led meetings with Vice-Chancellor Franz Blücher and leading representatives of the German Federal Government in Bonn and Bad Godesberg.
Incoming discussions addressed the current economic problems of in Germany and especially questions of ERP help.
(f). In Bad Godesberg, the American High Commissioner McCloy said McCloy in Bad Godesberg on the occasion of the beginning of construction of an American settlement.
460 apartments - funded from American funds - are available to officials of the US High Commissioner after their relocation to Bonn.
McCloy and Mr. Foster did the first spade tricks. The buildings are transferred after completion of the Federal Government as a property.
g. wedding in Tehran magnificent wedding of the Shah of Persia.
For the solemn ceremony in the Ivory Palace in Tehran, the imperial family, the diplomatic corps and the Indian Nawab Aga Khan appeared as best man.
The 18-year old wife of desSchahs, Ashton, is the daughter of a German mother and a Persian officials.
02. Dachshund en gros - polar bears among them dachshunds en gros - that is the specialty of the Dachshund village of Gergweis in Lower Bavaria. Evening gathering place is the tavern door. But also inside it teems with still f neuroanatomy. Everything meets the Dachshund get-together. Young is running in the basket. Dachshund breeding a domestic industry of the 800 residents of Gergweis, the paradise of the dachshund is 25 years.
The Nuremberg zoo has its attraction: polar bear babies among themselves. Here, three to the world - a zoological sensation that must be maintained came immediately. The daily steps of 3 month children come to the morning toilet. But in the District of the food bowl, the bear in the bear wakes up already. And the polar bears gradually dirt finches.
03. camera in the cabaret a new Munich cabaret Revue "Little freedom" brings a program of fun entertainment numbers and current time satires.
All is ver ulkt, from Adam and Eve through to the modern shark Hunter - and including the FDJ East violets from the Soviet zone.
04. sports: a. 6-days race, Hanover final battle in the Hanoverian six days. Kilian Valentina To try to catch up their loss round up to the last minute. But with an uncanny pace, hold the tip before Rigoni Terruzi, Italy French Carrara - Lapébie.
The final round after 145 hours and nearly 3,200 kilometers. The winner Carrara - Lapébie start to the lap of honour.
b. ice hockey water pantomime at the ice hockey meeting Prussia, Krefeld, against the American team Bates company Maine. The Krefeld-based arena is rapidly turned into a swimming pool. The excellent running technique of the Americans gang in their wake under. Falls were to slide baths.
The Krefelder found their way in the rain game better and showed a superior collaboration.
The meeting ended with 10: 5 for the soaked Rhinelander.
c. wrestling 180 pounds at the catch as catch can tournament for the "prize of the Nations" in the Berlin Sports Hall at the radio tower. The Italian Pascal Ribolblog always provides entertainment, especially if he does not completely agree with the referee.
The tension rises when one of the opponents on the ropes.
The strange fight ended in draw.
But Jean Bout, France, already wanted to go home, the Tiger of the River Arno gave even an encore.
d. Ski Championships Sun over the black forest. 25,000 pilgrims to the ski jump at Neustadt, where 45 candidates for the German championship in the special jumping start; including the Favorites of Sepp Weiler, Sepp Kleisl, Toni Brutscher.
Far below lies the picturesque Black Forest town.
With the utmost tension the tens of thousands expect the jump of the German master Sepp Weiler 1950. He's going down in the second round at the 84-meter mark. Then a surprise: the 1842 Franz Eder from Berchtesgaden flies over the masters to 87 yards. Eder's fiercest competitor, Sepp Kleisl of Partenkirchen, launches, sails in good posture through the air and is based at 87.5 meters.
Sepp Kleisl, 23 years, German jump master is 1951.
01. Actualities in Brief:
a. Conference Santa Margherita
In Santa Margherita, not far from Genoa, the Minister-Presidents and Foreign-Ministers of Italy and France met for a conference. Both governments determined, in support of a united Europe and the Atlantic Pact, to work closely together on economic, political and military questions.
b. Marshall before the Senate
Secretary of Defence George Marshall, spoke before the American Senate about the planned reinforcement of the UN troops in Europe.
Original Sound: "The President has approved a policy with respect to our forces in Europe which comes to the maintenance by us in Europe of approximately 6 divisions of ground forces." According to the Marshall Plan, 6 divisions shall be stationed in Europe. The American troops will support and increase the fighting power of the European Defence Forces. The 6 divisions will number approximately 100.000 men.
c. André Gide +
André Gide, the great French poet and winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1947, died in Paris, 81 years old. In 1947, he visited the International Youth Congress in Munich.
d. Demonstration of the Refugees
At Bonn 50.000 refugees and Bombed-out people from all parts of the Bundes Republic protested against the conception of the law on Equalisation of Burdens. The Head Chairman of the Central Union of German refugees demands from the parliament and from the Bundes Government a clear decision about this important problem.
e. Foster in Bonn
William Foster, the Administrator for the Marshall Plan, arrived in the Bundes Republic. In Bonn and Bad Godesberg, the ERP Administrator had discussions with Vice Chancellor Franz Blücher and leading representatives of the German Bundes government. In detailed conversations, the present economical problems of Germany and especially problems of ERP aid were discussed.
f. McCloy in Bad Godesberg
In Bad Godesberg the American High Commissonar McCloy made a speech on the occasion of the beginning of the building of an American quarter. The 460 apartments - financed by American means - are destined for the officials of HICOG when they move to Bonn, Mr. McCloy turned the first spadefull. The Bundes Government will take over the property after their use has ended.
g. Wedding in Teheran, Persia
The pompous wedding of the Shah of Persia. The family of the Emperor, the Diplomatic Body, and the Indian nabob Aga Khan were present at the solemn ceremony. The 18-years-old wife of the Shah, Soraya, is the daughter of a German mother and a high Persian official.
02. Dackshunds-wholesale - Polar Bears at home
Dackshunds wholesale - that is the speciality of the small village of Gergweis in Lower Bavaria. The gathering place in the evening is the door of a pub. But inside the pub, a mass of dackshunds crowds the place. Puppies are always available. For 25 years, the breeding of theese dogs has been a tradition among the 800 inhabitants of Gergweis, the paradise for dackshunds.
The zoo at Nuremberg has its curiosity too. Polar Bear puppies at home. Here, three were born - a sensation in zoology. After the cleaning in the morning, the 3 months old puppies practice walking. But near the feeding pot, the small ones behave like old bears. And the Polar Bears become mudlarks.
03. With the Camera at the Cabaret
A new Munich cabaret show "The Small Freedom" has comic entertainment and topical satires of the present on its program. They make fun of everything: from Adam and Eve to the modern deep sea hunter - and among other things, the FDJ in the Russian Zone.
a. 6 Day Race, Hanover
Finish at the 6 Day Race in Hanover. Until the very last minute. Kilian-Vopel tried to make up for their round. But with astonishing speed, the French team Carrara-Lapébie led in front of Rigoni-Terruzi, Italy. The last round after 145 hours an nearly 3.200 kilometers. The winners, Carrara-Lapébie, make the honor round.
b. Ice Hockey, Krefeld
The ice hockey match between Preussen, Krefeld, and the American team from the Bates Company, Maine, became a water pantomime. The Krefeld playing ground changed into a swimming pool. The Americans could not display their outstanding technique. The Krefelders could stand the weather better and showed superior team work. The Krefelders won the match by 10:5.
c. Wrestling, Berlin
Catch-as-catch-can tournament for the "Prize of the Nations" at the Berlin Sport Hall near the Radio Tower. The Italian Pascal Ribola amused the spectators particularly if he did'nt agree with the referee. The tension mounts is one of the wrestlers goes over the ropes. The strange match ended in a draw. But as Jean Bout, France, wanted to go home, the Tiger from the Arno river gave an additional show.
d. Ski-Jumping, Black Forest
Sunshine in the Black Forest. 25.000 went to Neustadt where 45 champions started for the ski-jumping championship. Among them: Sepp Weiler, Sepp Kleisl, and Toni Brutscher. At high tension, the tens of thousands wait for the jump of the German Champion of 1950, Sepp Weiler. He jumps 84 meters. Then, a surprise: the 23-year-old Franz Eder from Berchtesgaden jumps 87 meters. Sepp Kleisl from Partenkirchen jumps 87,5 meters. Sepp Kleisl, 23-years-old, became German Ski Jumping Champion, 1951.
Persons in the Film
Bout, Jean ; Blücher, Franz ; Erhard, Ludwig ; Foster, William ; Gaspery de, Alcide ; Gide, André ; Herking, Ursula ; Khan, Aga ; McCloy, John ; Marshall, George ; Soraya von Persien ; Schönböck, Karl ; Schuman, Robert ; Carrara ; Eder, Franz ; Kleisl, Sepp ; Lapébie ; Ribel, Pascal ; Weiler, Sepp
Hanover ; Berlin ; Neustadt ; Krefeld ; Bad Godesberg ; Bonn ; St. Margharita ; Tehran ; Paris ; Munich ; United States ; Nuremberg ; Washington ; Brussels
Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Demonstrations ; Railways ; Higher education ; Dogs ; Europe, EDC, EEC ; Political events ; Cycling ; Rings ; Ski, skiing, ski jumping ; Spoprt-Ehrungen ; sports audience, sports spectator ; sports facilities ; Animals (except dogs) ; Deaths, funerals ; Cultural events ; Marshall plan ; People ; Engagement ; Distributed ; Zoo, Wildlife Park ; Hockey ; Crew ; Dogs ; Sports honors ; aftermath of war
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