01 a. Heuss cars drive news in brief diplomatic reception through gate of the Villa Hammerschmidt. Villa Hammerschmidt, half-close. Diplomats go to Villa Hammerschmidt. Heuss goes next to the Apostolic Nuncio Archbishop Münch. The first ambassadors of States of Sweden, Luxembourg, Portugal, Italy, Netherlands, Switzerland, India and the Vatican as well as Heuss. Heuss shaking hands with diplomats.
(23 m) b. Fulda: Fulda international friendship day, totally. The Cathedral. Meeting of young people. Alfred Boerner, United States, speaks interview: "I mean the conscious convergence of America and Europe to a cultural, economic and political North Atlantic continent. I mean the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation, I mean the Marshall plan, the economic aid in the countries of Europe, which was Of course only possible among peoples who understand each other and trust each other. "And I mean the underlies."
(31 m) c. Bonn: Conference of Adenauer - Monet (coal and Steel Union) Adenauer, Monet and Professor Hallstein in conversation, half-close. Adenauer sitting next to Monet on sofa. (Ask Union Montan)
(12 m) d. Frankfurt: inspection trip Eisenhower Eisenhower gets out of aircraft. Eisenhower in conversation with MacCloy, total. Eisenhower get in car.
(14 m) 02 American exhibitions "Contemporary architecture" and "Modern household appliances" models of modern buildings. Holiday House, modern large garage. Magnetic knife holder on the wall. Viscose sponge up wiper. Stirring device and rubber adhesive peel for bowls.
(41 m) 03 New York: Star parade of circus, stage, and film Lily Ponce, star of the metropolitan, at human lion dressage. Trapeze artist. Artist crashes when Salto on the net, Jack Dempsey as a clown. Elephant parade.
(29 m) 04 sports a. Ludwigshafen: handball Germany - France 12:5 game guide to present bouquets. Game. Germany storms. Goalkeeper keeps. Audience clapping. France raises gate.
(19 m) b. Mainz: German Fechtmeisterschaften foil: Julius Eisenegger, Frankfurt, in the play-off against Kurt Wahl, Munich. Fight. Audience clapping. Ed WINS and is German foil champion. Congratulations to Ed.
(21 m) c. Bremen: Werder Bremen - HSV 1:5 game. Spectators blowing trumpet, large. HSV plays to consider. Game in front of goal. Screaming boy with freckles, large. HSV player. Shot on goal.
(24 m) d. New York: basketball Harlem Globetrotters - college stars play all Americans 65:58 of the Harlem Globetrotters with artistic tricks and win 65:58 (20 m) 5th Aintree Grand National audience total. Policeman. Racing display. Horses before start, start. 7 horses fall at the first obstacle. Jockeys on the ground. Reiterloses horse leads. Falls. Jump in ZL. Viewers with binoculars, large. Reiterlose horses running across. Horses jump over each other. Jockeys climb again. 3 horses remain 36 horses. It wins nickel coin. Winning horse surrounded by the audience. Steaming horse.
01 updates soon: a. diplomatic reception at Heuss solemn state funeral at the Palais Hammerschmidt in Bonn.
Eight foreign countries took to restore normal diplomatic relations with the Federal Republic of Germany.
The ambassadors and envoys handed their legalization writing; German President Heuss at the head of the Apostolic Nuncio, Archbishop Muench.
These first, the German Federal Government accredited ambassadors represent the States: Sweden, Luxembourg, Portugal, Italy, the Netherlands, the Switzerland, India, and the Vatican.
The accreditation of another diplomatic representatives of European and overseas countries is to be expected in the near future.
b. day of international friendship, Fulda day of international friendship. Like here in Fulda, the youth about the possibilities for a better international understanding said that day in 35 countries around the world. At the meeting in Fulda in the local House of America, Alfred Boerner said as a guest. The American politician known as radio commentator talked particularly about moral achievements of the Western world, arising from the confrontation with aggressive communism.
(Original sound: "I mean the conscious convergence of America and Europe to a cultural, economic and political North Atlantic continent.) I mean the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation, I mean the Marshall plan, the economic aid in the countries of Europe, which was Of course only possible among peoples who understand each other and trust each other. And I mean the underlies.")
c. Monnet and Adenauer confer last meetings before the Schuman plan Conference in Paris. The French planning Commissioner, Jean Monnet, met in Bonn with Chancellor Dr. Adenauer, and the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, Professor Hallstein. The Franco German meetings served various questions of the European coal and Steel Union.
(d). Eisenhower comes after West Germany General Eisenhower, the Commander of the Atlantic forces, arrived in Frankfurt.
General Eisenhower will inspect the Allied armies in West Germany with his staff officers.
This is the first inspection trip, the General undertook since taking over the command of the Western defence forces.
02. two interessanteAusstellungen from the United States: Modern architecture and new household appliance over Cuba, France and England came a traveling exhibition of American architecture to various cities in Germany. In this comprehensive exhibition of modern architecture, the outstanding architect of the United States are represented. Buildings of all kinds are shown in 8 groups: from the holiday house on the Atlantic coast up to large multi-storey garage in Florida.
"New appliance" is an another American pattern, which also takes a tour of German cities. A magnetic knife holder - clear and always close at hand. An on wiper from viscose sponge. This device protects the hands. And here: something for the kitchen. A rubber base for bowls. The vessel is held at the table by vacuum adhesion. Useful news for every household.
03. New York: Star-parade of circus, stage, and film an artistic giant show 40 stars of the circus, stage, and film present themselves in a New York Giants show on behalf of the charity. Everything had rank and name, stood in the light of the giant ring. Lily, the Löwenbändigerin, is Lily Ponce, the star of the Metropolitan Opera.
Jack Dempsey, the former boxing champion, returns to the ring, this time as a clown.
A fascinating star parade to support New York caritativer clubs.
04. sports: a. handball: Germany France, Ludwigshafen in Ludwigshafen, Germany the German handball team made their debut after the war. The visiting team from France, jubilantly welcomed didn't despite brilliant individual performances against the superiority of the Covenant 11.
Germany in white dress.
Again and again the German storm shiny attacks began.
Goal for France.
Germany won the meeting with 12: 5.
b. Fechtmeisterschaften, Mainz in Mainz, Germany, the first German Fechtmeisterschaften were discharged after the war.
50 women and 110 men took part in the fighting. In the men's foil it came after the final round to a play-off between Julius Eisenecker, Frankfurt, and Kurt Wahl, Munich, pictured left.
Winner and German foil champion was Julius iron Ecker.
c. Soccer: Hamburg SV. /. Werder Bremen with a sharp pace began the Oberliga match Werder Bremen against the Hamburger sport Verein at the Bremen Weser Stadium.
The Hamburger (white shirts) were in excellent shape.
After a few minutes it was 2-0 for the HSV.
After the break, the Hamburger increased to 4-0. The meeting ended with 5: 1 for the hamburgers.
d. basketball: Harlem Globetrotters, the "Harlem Globetrotters" New York New York City surprised again.
The world-famous basketball team plays all Americans against the college stars, as you can see - with no Championship.
The meeting ended with 65:58 for the the sieggewohnten acrobats of the basket ball.
05. England: Grand National - as yet never quite captivated England and 250,000 people were on their feet. The Grand National, the hardest race in the world, certain the English weekend. 36 horses were at the start. The first obstacle was the first sensation. 7 horses collapsed.
The murderous race took his progress. With each obstacle, the field was small. The Jockey was missing on some saddle. The 7 kilometre long route demanded a record number of crashes. The gigantic check for horse and jockey went to meet her end with breathtaking power. There were only 3 in the race of 36 horses. The final duel was also the last battle between the two remaining: nickel coin and Royal Tan. Only 2 1/2 minutes later the fallen and gone back into the race stragglers followed as third parties.
With six lengths ahead of outsiders went nickel coin by the target. A well-deserved 100,000 marks winners and a Grand National like never before.
01. Actualities in Brief
a. Reception Of Foreign Diplomats, Bonn
A ceremonial reception at the Palais Hammerschmidt in Bonn. Eight foreign states have again taken up normal diplomatic relations with the German Bundes Republic. The ambassadors present their credentials to Bundes President Heuss, headed by the Apostolical Nuncio, Archbishop Muench. These first diplomats who are accredited to the German Bundes Government represent the states of Sweden, Luxembourg, Portugal, Italy, the Netherlands, Switzerland, India and the Vatican. The accreditation of further diplomatic representatives of European and oversea states can be shortly expected.
b. International Friendship Day
International Friendship Day. In 35 countries, as here in Fulda, youth spoke about the problems of the present and the possibilities of better international understanding. At the meeting of the Chamber of Juniors at the America House in Fulda, Mr. Alfred Boerner spoke as a guest. This American, well known in Germany as a radio commentator, spoke particularly about the achievements of the Western world which have grown out of the differences with aggressive Communism. Original Sound "I mean the conscious coming-together of America and Europe to a cultural, economical and political North Atlantic continent. I mean the North Atlantic Treaty, I mean the Marshall Plan, the economic help of America to the countries of Europe, which was only possible among nations who understand each other and who trust each other. I mean the Schuman Plan."
c. M. Monnet in Bonn
Last discussions before the Schuman Plan Conference in Paris. In Bonn, the French Plan Commissioner Jean Monnet met Bundes Chancellor Dr. Adenauer and Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, Prof. Hallstein. The German-French discussions were intended to clarify several problems of the European Montan Union.
d. Eisenhower In Western Germany
General Eisenhower, Supreme Commander of the Atlantic Forces, arrived in Frankfurt. Together with officers of his staff, he will inspect the allied armies in Western Germany. This is the first inspection tour which the General has made since he took over the command of the Western defence forces.
02. Two Interesting Exhibitions From USA
Modern Architecture And New Household Gadgets
By way of Cuba, France and England a touring exhibition of American architecture came to several towns in Germany. This comprehensive exhibition of modern architecture shows the works of the most prominent architects of the US. Eight groups show buildings of every kind: from the bungalow on the Atlantic coast to the mass garage with several floors in Florida. Another American exhibition which also made a tour through German towns shows new gadgets for the household.
A magnetic knife holder - easy to handle and always within reach. A wiper of viscose sponge. This instrument preserves the hands. And here: something for the kitchen: a rubber stand for bowls. The stand holds the bowl firmly on the table by suction. Useful gadgets for every household.
03. New York:
Star Parade From Circus, Stage and Screen
In New York 40 stars of the circus, stage and screen gave a performance for charity. Everyone who is well known was to be seen under the lights of gigantic Madison Square Garden. Lily, the lion tamer, is Lily Pons, star of the Metropolitan Opera. Jack Dempsey, former boxing world champion, came back to the ring this time as a clown. A fascinating star parade to help the charitable associations of New York.
a. Handball: Germany vs. France, Ludwigshafen
In Ludwigshafen, the first handball match since the war against a team from abroad took place. The guest team was enthusiastically greeted but could not compete with the German team.
Germany in white. Again and again, the German team made brilliant attacks. A goal for France. Germany won by 12:5.
In Mainz, the first German Fencing Championship since the war took place. 50 ladies and 110 men competed. The final for menwas a duel between Julius Eisenecker, Frankfurt and Kurt Wahl, Munich, on the left. Winner and German Foils Champion, Julius Eisenecker.
c. Hamburg SV vs. Werder Bremen
At Bremen's Weser Stadium the big league game between Werder Bremen and Hamburg Sportverein began with sharp attacks. The Hamburgers (white shirts) were in excellent form. After a few minutes, the score was 2:0 for HSV and after the intermission the Hamburgers gained two more goals. The game ended by 5:1 for Hamburg.
d. Harlem Globetrotters
Again, the Harlem Globetrotters surprized New York. The world-famous basket ball team played against the All American College Stars. It is obvious - their mastership is unchanged. The game ended 65:58 for the victorious acrobats of basket ball.
The Grand National - As Never Before
All England was excited and 250.000 people were on their feet. The Grand National, the most difficult race in the world, was due. 36 horses were at the start. With the first jump came the first sensation. 7 horses fell. The murderous race goes on. With every jump, fewer horses are in the race. The jockeys are missing on some saddles. The 7 kilometers-long track brings a record of crashes. The gigantic test for horses and jockeys comes to its end. Of 36 horses, only 3 are still in the race. The finish was a duel between the two survivors: Nickel Coin and Royal Tan. 2 1/2 minutes later came the third jockey, who has fallen and re-mounted his horse again. The outsider Nickel Coin won by 6 lengths. A deserved 100.000 mark winner and a Grand National as never before.
Persons in the Film
Adenauer, Konrad ; Boerner, Alfred ; Eisenhower, Dwight ; Hallstein, Walter ; Heuss, Theodor ; McCloy, John ; Monnet, Jean ; Muench, Aloysius ; Ponce, Lily ; Dempsey, Jack ; Eisenegger, Julius ; Wahl, Kurt
Ludwigshafen, Germany ; Bremen ; Aintree ; New York ; Mainz ; Bonn ; Fulda ; Frankfurt ; U.S. zone
Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Basketball ; Handball ; Fencing ; Football ; Political events ; Horse riding, horse racing (without harness) ; Sports details, fouls ; sports audience, sports spectator ; 99.412 Deutsche week show GmbH: State visits (outside) ; Cities ; Buildings ; automotive engineering, automotive ; Military events ; Home ; Circus ; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen ; NATO ; Exhibitions ; construction ; aftermath of war
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