01 Korea: Seoul back in the hands of UN troops soldiers in country boats. Soldiers go through terrain. UN troops occupy Seoul. Homes search. Civilians cheer the soldiers. Soldiers surrounded by children.
(27 m) 02. Japan: eruption of the volcano Mihara lava boiling in the crater. Smoke over mountains. Flow of lava flows down the mountain. Praying Japanese, great.
(25 m) 03. streiflichter from Germany a. Düsseldorf: Exhibition 'Modern living' living room. Sink is converted to bathroom. Abrasive cloth with an automatic Auswringer. Living room Cabinet is expanded and converted to desktop.
(22 m) b. Hamburg: Grock Circus Circus tent. Grock in conversation, half-close. Circus performance. Scooter propelled bears. Juggler. Appearance of Grock with large suitcases. Grock increases with small violin on Chair. Grock plays "Nit mööglich" on saxophone.
(33 m) 04 pictures from all over the world a. Shaw's country house to visit the country House released Shaw's corner. Visitors come to visit. Shoes and backpacks in front of House. Pictures of Shaw's and memorabilia in the House. Manuscripts. Books. Garden Cottage furnished as a work space.
(27 m) b. Puerto Rico: inauguration of the 100th industrial work weaving. Women at looms. Artificial pearls, screen-filling. Roast piglet on the spit. Dances.
(17 m) c. Rhodesia: new Chief introduces British Government officials and Bantu Negro at the ceremony. The new Chief. Negro dance.
(21 m) 05 sport a. Koblenz: TUS Neuendorf - Austria Vienna 2:3 playback. Goalkeeper fends off ball. Neuendorf shoots 1 viewers the 2: half-close. Austria shoots Latte, margin in goal.
(28 m) b. Italy: car world record Taruffi in his self-designed race cars. The 270 hp engine. Measuring instruments. Race car on the race track Rome-Naples. Taruffi gets out of car. Review of the car. Taruffi, large, after reaching the new world record of 313 kilometers per hour.
(28 m) c. Hamburg: boxing Hein ten Hoff - Piet Wilde, Belgium beat change. Wild falls to the ground. Referee counts. Wilde limping rises and falls back to the ground. Wilde is due to knee injury. Ten Hoff attracts bathrobe.
(27 m) d. Hamburg: art turn Städtekampf Hamburg - Berlin - Leipzig on the bars turns tungsten Herold, Leipzig. (2). the vibrating rings Ewald Wasgindt, Berlin, and Gerd Leininger, Hamburg. Richard Stelter, Hamburg, on the high bar. Hamburg WINS ahead of Berlin and Leipzig. Turner received a laurel wreath. Winners in the individual gymnastics. Richard Stelter, great.
01 Korea: Seoul fell back in Seoul, the capital of the Republic of Korea, back in the hand of the UN forces in the hands of UN troops after a surprising foray across the Han River. The Communists withdrew hastily. Without a shot, the troops of the United Nations could reoccupy the city.
Of the previous 1 million inhabitants, 200,000 civilians in the much contested Seoul lagged behind. They jubilantly welcomed the troops of the UN, who had liberated their city for the second time by the Communist aggressors.
On the Seoul government building, the United Nations flag again.
02. Japan: Torrents of lava threatening an island after years of peace the Vulkan Mihara on the Japanese island of Oshima rejoined in activity.
The glowing lava boils in the craters. Millions of tons of the liquid rock flow inexorably like fiery torrents to Valley and threaten the towns at the foot of the raging. The huge outbreak offset the volcanic-rich Japan in fear and terror.
03. streiflichter from Germany: a. contemporary living 'modern living' - that is the motto of an exhibition in Düsseldorf.
The sink in the kitchen is the bathroom of the contemporary Bachelor's apartment at the same time.
A novelty for the housewife: the abrasive cloth with an automatic Auswringer.
And here: the complete Office in the living room closet.
Many novelties for the modern small apartment trying to solve the problems arising from the today's housing shortage.
b. circus Grock premiere Grock - the new company of the world-famous musical clown circus.
The new circus with its artistic excellence on Germany tour will go from Hamburg. Half of the program is reserved for the return of the 71-year-old clown: because in the circus of Grock Grock is of course Star and Glanznummer.
04. images from all over the world: a. Shaw's rustic House released Shaw's corner, the country house of the late poet George Bernard Shaw in London, was released to the public.
As the original attraction, it is now the target of many admirers of the great playwright.
Backpacks and shoes stay in front of the door and with reverence, visitors look at the home, which many decades was home to the poet.
The last stenographic manuscript by Shaw's hand.
The quirky Methuselah worked in this tiny garden.
Everyone can feel even the spirit of the great old man and the unforgettable Scoffer of George Bernard Shaw.
b. Puerto Rico Puerto Rico celebrates the inauguration of the 100th industrial plant, a large weaving mill.
In a 4-year-old self help program, new jobs have been created with the economic support of the United States for thousands of natives.
Artificial pearls, carpets and ceramic products are the main export articles from Puerto Rico. The feast day is celebrated with music, with the national dish pig on a spit and with cheerful dances.
c. Rhodesia, Northern Rhodesia. British Government officials and a train from Bantu Negroes, introduce a new Chief.
He was elected the Chief of their tribe by the natives. The Bantus have adopted what liked them on civilisation.
Remained but are the rite and the dances of the African jungle.
05. sports: a. football: TuS Neuendorf. /. Austria, Vienna in Koblenz were Austria, Vienna, a stint against the TuS Neuendorf. Austria in white dress. The Rheinländern the Viennese showed a technically brilliant game. But the impressive ambition of the Neuendorfer stopped the guests. In the 24th minute went the TuS Neuendorf with a 2-1 lead. But at the end of the half, Austria again balanced. The Vienna in the second half went with a rapid pace.
Austria won the tour by 3:2 goals.
(b). Car world record, Italy of the Italian Taruffi set a new car world record in the two-liter class.
The record car even constructed by him, the so-called "double torpedo", includes a 4 cylinder Maserati engine 270 HP. meters with photoelectric cells register smallest fractions of seconds.
The record attempts found on the Rome-Naples motorway instead of the new world record set by Taruffi is 313 kilometres per hour.
c. boxing match ten Hoff. /. Wild, Hamburg a boxing match is highly anticipated experienced an unusual end.
The German heavyweight champion Hein ten Hoff in Hamburg faced the Belgian Piet Wilde heavyweight champion. After a few minutes, Wilde was dropped on the boards. The Belgians tried to continue the fight limping, but again went without a visible reason to the ground.
Wilde then gave the fight due to a knee injury. The shiny coach Hein ten Hoff was declared the knockout winner unless he had to strive especially.
d. Städtekampf denied the traditional Städtekampf in artistic gymnastics in Hamburg Ernst Merck Halle gymnastics, Hamburg Berlin, Hamburg and Leipzig.
Tungsten Herold, Leipzig, here on the parallel bars, won the second place.
Ewald Wasgindt, Berlin, the swinging rings.
Gerd Leininger, Hamburg.
Richard Stelter, Hamburg, on the high bar.
Hamburg against Berlin and Leipzig won the overall result. Richard Stelter was best single gymnast.
Seoul again in the hands of UN troops
After an unexpected advance across the Han River, Seoul capital of the Republic of Korea, fell again into the hands of UN troops. The Communists had retreated in panic. Without firing a shot UN troops occuppied the city again. Of the former one million inhabitants of the town, only 200.000 remain in Seoul. They cheered the UN troops who had liberated their town from the Communist aggressors for the second time. The UN flag flies again over Seoul.
Rivers Of Lava Threaten An Island
After many quiet years, the volcano Mount Mihara on the Japanese island of Oshima erupted again. The white hot lava boils in the craters. Million of tons of fluid rock stream down to the valley like fiery rivers and threaten the small villages near the raging volcano.
03. Newsflashes From Germany:
a. Modern Living
"Modern Living" - that is the motto of an exhibition in Düsseldorf. The kitchen-sink is simultaneously the bathroom of the bachelor-dwelling of to-day. A novelty for the housewife: the mopping-cloth with an automatic wringer. And here is a complete office in the sitting room. Many new gadgets for the modern small flat try to solve the problems which result from the present lack of dwelling space.
b. Circus Grock
A festive first night at the Circus Grock - the new undertaking of the world-famous musical clown. From Hamburg, this new circus will tour Germany. Half of the program is dedicated to the come-back of the 71 year old clown. And in the Circus Grock - Grock is naturally the star.
04. Newsflashes From Everywhere
a. Shaw's Corner Open To The Public
Shaw's Corner, the country home near London of the deceased poet George Bernard Shaw, was opened to the public. As a shrine, it is now the goal for many devotees of the great dramatist. Rucksacks and shoes remain outside and the visitors observe with respect the house where the post lived for many decades. The last manuscript in shorthand. He worked in this tiny garden hut. Everyone still perceives the spirit of the great old man and unforgettable, sarcastic George Bernard Shaw.
b. Puerto Rico
Puerto Rico celebrated the inauguration of its 100th industrial plant, a big textile mill. During a 4 years self-help program, and with economic help from the US, thousands of natives found new jobs. Artificial pearls, carpets and ceramics are the main articles for export from Puerto Rico. The festive day is celebrated with music, the national dish "pig roast", and with joyful dances.
c. North Rhodesia
North Rhodesia. British officials and a parade of Bantu negroes install a new chief. He was elected by the natives as chief of the tribe. What they liked in civilization they used for this ceremony. But they hold to their old rites and the dances of the African jungle.
a. Football Austria Vienna vs. TuS Neuendorf
At Koblenz, Austria-Vienna played against TuS Neuendorf. Austria in white. The Viennese played a brilliant game, but Neuendorf held them. In the 24th minute, TuS Neuendorf led with 2:1. At the end of half time, Austria equalized. In the second half, the team form Vienna played a very fast game and Austria won by 3:2.
b. Car World Record
A new world record for car in the 2 liter class was set up by the Italian Taruffi. The self constructed car, the so-called "Double-Torpedo" has a 4 cylinder Maserati engine with 270 HP. Measuring instruments with photo-electric cells record the smallest fraction of a second. The try outs took place on the high road from Rome to Naples. The new world record is 313 kilometers per hour.
c. Boxing: ten Hoff vs. Wilde
An anxiously awaited fight had an unusual end. The German heavy weight champion Hein ten Hoff met the Belgian heavy weight champion Piet Wilde. After a few minutes, Wilde fell down. The Belgian tried to continue the fight but went down again without visible reason. Wilde gave up because of an injured knee. Ten Hoff, who was in first class condition, won by a K.o.-without effort.
In the Hamburger Ernst Merck Hall, the traditional town competition in gymnastics between Hamburg, Berlin and Leipzig took place. Wolfram Herold, Leipzig, here on the parallel bars, was placed second.
Ewald Wasgindt, Berlin, on the swinging rings. Gerd Leininger, Hamburg.
Richard Stelter, Hamburg, on the horizontal bar.
Hamburg won over Berlin and Leipzig.
Richard Stelter was the best gymnast.
Persons in the Film
Grock ; Herold, Wolfram ; Leininger, Gerd ; Stelter, Richard ; Taruffi ; Hoff ten, Hein ; Wasgindt, Ewald ; Wilde, Piet
Hamburg ; Koblenz ; Italy ; Düsseldorf ; England ; Puerto Rico ; Korea ; Japan ; Rhodesia ; Rome
Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Boxes ; Industry ; Football ; motor sports ; Political events ; Jewelry ; Spoprt-Ehrungen ; sports audience, sports spectator ; sports facilities ; Dance ; Gymnastics ; Buildings ; Korea ; Men ; Volcano, volcanoes ; Home ; Circus ; Jobs ; Exhibitions ; construction ; Industrial ; Sports honors ; aftermath of war
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