01 updates soon a. Truman visited new weapons of the US - Army Truman rises to new tanks, the Walker tank. Tanks drive through water. Truman in addition to General Collins on Auditorium. Guns fire. Ground missiles. Dinner in the Casino. Truman get food at counter.
(33 m) b. Cologne: Dr. Hans Böckler's funeral flowers are around casket at funeral in the University. Picture of Hans Böckler. Coffin is pushed into a car. Funeral procession. Miners. Coffin is lowered into Tomb. Wreaths of the Federal President, the Chancellor and the High Commissioner.
(16 m) c. browse search for missing former soldiers to lists of names. Red Cross sister speaks with soldier, original sound. "We are looking for the missing Wilhelm Dramski, born on the 21.4.1911. can you about something to tell me?" "Yes, Wilhelm Dramski got on the 10.8.1944 at Potschori in Russian captivity." "Alive? "Have you seen not?" "Yes." "Their Feldpost number is true, yes?" 01350.' (23 m) d. National flag on German ships detection flag C is obtained on the ship. National flag will be hoisted. Seebohm speaks. Brauer, half-close.
(7 m) e. Germersheim: national interpreters school students in the library. Students in room. Spanish teacher speaks interview. Student answers, great, original sound.
(26 m) f. Ontario: nuclear reactor men at work at the factory for producing nuclear energy.
(23 m) 02 Mecki warned: caution flu Mecki sends his son to bed and calls on people to be less reckless.
(33 m) 03. Around winter sports a. Hahnenklee: German Bob - Championships start of competing with Anderl Ostler. 2. travel of the winner is Fritz Wiese with his team. The 52jährige Fritz Wiese Cup receives congratulations.
(21 m) b. Garmisch: ice hockey Prussia-Krefeld - Diavolo Milan 3:7 the Milanese storm. Shot on goal. Spectators at the grandstand. Goalkeeper keeps. Krefeld score goal. Both teams at the end of the game.
(26 m) c. Garmisch: German Alpine Ski Championships downhill skiing: Karl Maurer WINS record. Start and run by Lia guide Doherty, winner of the ladies. Downhill skiers and runners. Falls. MIRL Buchner lags with interconnecting foot after injury. Run d. target. Karl Maurer, great. Lia guide Doherty speaks with reporters, big.
(29 m) 04 most of the artistry a. Italy: high-wire artists high-wire artists on rope over the sea. Riding on a motorcycle. Balancing Act. Trapeze Act.
(30 m) b. New York: barrel jumping men jump with skates over barrels and partly in barrels. Winner skips 15 barrels.
(10 m) c. of Italian ventriloquist artist bears figure of Donald Duck on the arm and sings. Donald quacks and laughs in between.
01 updates soon: a. President Truman inspected latest weapons of the army President Truman visited in the State of Maryland-new weapons of the American army. The latest tanks, the fast and heavily armed "Walker-tank", bears the name of U.S. General in Korea.
Steel colossus pushes produced a rolling wave of bug is in the water. Its operation is as easy as that of automobiles. Smaller rivers be overcome without stay. President Truman and General Collins now attend the screening of the latest guns. See also new types of ground-to missiles.
After the visit - a barracks dinner - without special operation for the celebrity guest.
b. funeral of Dr. Hans Böckler the last way by Dr. Hans Böckler, the first President of the German Trade Union Federation.
After the funeral ceremony at the Cologne University moved a large funeral procession to the final resting place of the deceased. The top of public life, the three Western High Commissioners and representatives of the International Confederation of free trade unions, gave the last honor the meritorious designer of the new German trade union movement.
c. new search action started a new search for East missing persons for missing persons. The German Red Cross has compiled lists of names of the missing in months of work, now presented the former comrades of wanted persons as a reminder.
(Original tone: "we are looking for the missing Wilhelm Dramski, born 21.4.1911. can also something tell me?")
Yes! Wilhelm Dramski has come on the 10.8.1944 in Pechory in Russian captivity. Alive? Have you seen not?
Their Feldpost number is true, Yes? 01350.") on the basis of these surveys to try to clarify the fate of one million missing persons who disappeared in the East.
(d). National flag in German vessels, the previously prescribed, so-called detection flag "C", is lowered.
On all German ships, the Federal flag as the new national flag of German shipping was raised now.
e. interpreting University, Germersheim, in the small place of Germersheim in the Palatinate there is international language confusion. 30 professors and lecturers from all over the world teach here 350 students of the "interpreter University".
The degree of a diploma interpretation can be purchased in 6 semesters. Also Spanish is one of the four main languages of the curriculum.
(Original language: Spanish)
In addition to the main languages, students can learn almost every important language in the world. The Institute is affiliated to the University of Mainz.
f. huge nuclear plant in Canada in Ontario, Canada, is one of the largest nuclear plants of the Western world.
In this gigantic cylinder swirl millions of neutrons with a speed of 10,000 miles per second. You generate nuclear energy converted into radio active isotopes for medicine, agriculture and industry.
The massive works for the peaceful progress of humanity - but it can be converted as well almost overnight for the requirements of the defence.
02. also the Hedgehog warns: attention, flu!
Pepperl, come forth, stop me here your finger on it. HA - HA - Sneezy!
You pig Hedgehog, you can shove the handkerchief, not?
Still, do you pollute all the air that with your germs?
You mother, I think the guy has a fever. Just put him to bed and give him lilac tea and aspirin, that he's sweating like a horse.
You sneeze so simply Papa, the people to himself.
Yes, the people who are also even A lot of debt.
Everywhere there's now flu epidemics. But no one wants to take care of. They are just careless, the people. Well, ladies and gentlemen. Much too careless. How much harm could be avoided by A little bit of caution.
But between us. Something is good, firewater!
03. sports: a. German Bob Championships in Hahnenklee surprise victory at the German four Bob Championships in Hahnenklee, upper Harz.
The world champion team Abdul-Rahman showed Ostler only ranked second on the 1250 metres long runway.
Winner and four Bob champion was the 52-year-old Fritz Wiese from Hahnenklee. His Bob drove in two runs a total time of 2 minutes 17 seconds.
b. ice hockey fight Prussia, Krefeld. /. Diavolo, Milan ice hockey fight Prussia Krefeld against the Milan team Diavolo (dark dress) the Italians in Garmisch, showed that their southern temperament may without prejudice to be put on hold. They played with stormy enthusiasm. The Rhinelander initially resisted them.
The sharp struggle ended in the first third, 2-2.
But Milan came at higher speed. Krefeld was still a hit - but at the end it was 7-3 for the Italians.
c. German Alpine Ski Championships in Garmisch downhill race of the men and women at the German Alpine Ski Championships in Garmisch-Partenkirchen.
No. 3, Karl Maurer of the SC Rottach, reached the new record time of 3 minutes 47.1 seconds in a swashbuckling millimetre exact departure.
Lia Leismüller from SC Partenkirchen reached the new record time of 3 minutes 48.7 seconds in the women's.
MIRL Buchner had to retire because of crash injury.
German champions in 1951 in the downhill run: Karl Maurer and Lia Leismüller.
04. most of the artistry: because it holds its breath... a. high-wire artists 5 German artists in lofty heights on the Italian coast.
It is the dress rehearsal for their high-wire ride over Niagara Falls, To want taking in a few weeks. Since it holds breath - a Glanznummer of the artistry between sky and water.
(b). Barrel jumper of the high-wire artists to the petrol barrel acrobats. The Eisschnell runner in the State of New York are in a tough competition in the long jump over rolling obstacles here;
The rules of the game are generous with help of camera of. You can back - until you make the record jump. And there he is: 15 barrels.
c. abdominal speakers of less breath stopping than to the shock of the diaphragm is the Maestro of Italian ventriloquist, Signore quack-quack, the man with the chattering Primadonna.
01. Actualities in Brief
a. New US Weapons
In Maryland, President Truman inspected new weapons of the American Army. The new tank, the fast and hard hitting "Walker Tank" named in honour of the US General who died in Korea. In water, the steel giant pushes a big wave before itself. Its handling is as easy as an automobile. Small rivers are crossed without delay. President Truman and General Collins attend now the display of the most modern weapons. New kinds of rockets are shown. After the inspection, a meal in the kaserne without special service for the prominent guest.
b. Funeral of Hans Böckler
The last trip of Dr. Hans Böckler, the deceased Head Chairman of the German Trade Union. After the ceremony at the University of Cologne, the mourning parade went to the tomb of the deceased. Representatives of the government, the three Western High Commissioners and delegates of the International Trade Union paid tribute to the leader of the new German Trade Union.
c. Search for Prisoners of War
The German Red Cross started a new search for missing persons and made lists of missing persons which are presented to former soldiers.
Original Sound "We search for Wilhelm Dramski, born 21.4.1911. Can you tell me something about him? Yes, I can. Wilhelm Dramski, became a Russian Prisoner of War on 10.8.1944 near Petschori. Did he live? Did you see it? Yes. Your APO number? 01350".
These questions are asked to discover the fate of nearly 1 million missing persons who disappeared in the East.
d. Change of Flags
The flag used up to now, called identification flag "C" is hauled down. On all German ships the Bundes flag, the new national flag is now hoisted.
e. School for Interpreters
An international Babel of languages can be found at Germersheim, a small village in the Palatinate. 30 professors and lecturers from many countries teach 350 students at the "State School for Interpreters". After 6 terms, they can earn a diploma as an interpreter. Spanish is one of the four main languages. Original Sound in Spanish. Besides the main languages, the students can learn nearly every important language in the world. This school is in branch of the University of Mainz.
f. Atom Plant, Canada
At Ontario, Canada, is one of the biggest atom plants in the western world. In this gigantic cylinder, millions of neutrons whirl about at a speed of 10,000 miles per sec. They produce atomic energy, transformed into radio active isotopes for medicine, agriculture and industry. This big plant works for the peaceful progress of menkind - but it can be transformed for defence purposes nearly over night.
02. The Hedgehog Warns:
Pepperl, come here. Put your finger on it. Hatschi! Can't you hold your handkerchief before your nose? Hatschi! Are you going to infect the whole air with your bacilli? Come here. Mother, I think he has fever. Put him to bed and give him elder-tea and aspirin. Then he will perspire like a horse. But Daddy, people sneeze everywhere. Yes, but people are guilty for the flu very often, Everywhere there are flu epidemics. But nobody is cautions. They are light-minded, these human beings! How much mischief could be avoided with a little care. But, among us, one thing is good: brandy!
03. Spotlights of Winter Sport
a. Four Men Bob Race, Hahnenklee
A surprising victory at the 4-men-bob championship at Hahnenklee, Upper Harz. The world champion team of Anderl Ostler came in second on the 1250 meter track. Winner and German 4-men-bob champion is Fritz Wiese, Hahnenklee, 52-year-old. For two races, he only needed 2 minutes, 17 sec.
b. Ice Hockey, Garmisch
Ice Hockey match between Preussen-Krefeld vs. Diavolo, Milano (dark dress) at Garmisch. The Italians played with great speed. The German team resisted at first. After the first third the score was 2:2. But then, the Italians speeded up still further - Krefeld could gain only one more goal - but the final score was 7:3 for the Italians.
c. Alpine Run, Garmisch
Alpine run for men and women for the German Championship at Garmisch-Partenkirchen. No. 3, Karl Maurer, won in 3 minutes 47,1 sec. Lia Leismüller, Garmisch, won in record time: 3 minutes 48,7 sec. Mirl Buchner had to look on because she had been injured. German Champions 1951 were Karl Maurer and Lia Leismüller.
04. Highlights of Artistic Hold your breath ...
5 German acrobats at a dizzy height above the Italian sea-shore. It is the last rehearsal before they go to cross Niagara Falls in a few weeks. There, you hold your breath - a highlight of acrobates between heaven and water.
b. Barrel Jumper
From the high rope acrobats to the barrel acrobats. The ice speed racers of Now York met for a barrel jumping competition. The rules are (with help of the camera) very liberal. They can jump back until they succeed in jumping over 15 barrels.
Here, you don't hold your breath but your sides split with laughter over the Italian ventriloquist Signore Quack Quack, the man with the cackling star.
Persons in the Film
Buchner Fischer, Annemarie ; Böckler, Hans ; Brauer, Max ; Collins, Joan ; Mecki ; Seebohm ; Truman, Harry ; Leismüller, Lia ; Maurer, Karl ; Ostler, Anderl ; Wiese, Fritz
Hahnenklee ; Garmisch-Partenkirchen ; Italy ; New York ; Ontario ; Copenhagen ; Germersheim ; Berlin ; Cologne ; Maryland ; United States ; Hamburg
Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Bobsleigh ; Higher education ; Flags ; Shipping ; Schools, training ; Ski, skiing, ski jumping ; Spoprt-Ehrungen ; sports audience, sports spectator ; Deaths, funerals ; War, prisoners of war ; Medicine ; Military events ; Weapons ; Hockey ; Architecture ; Astrology ; Sports honors ; aftermath of war
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