01 Bonn - Paris: German Chancellor Adenauer at Schumanplankonferenz car of the Federal Chancellor with stander moves. Adenauer is located prior to departure Francois Poncet and Blücher, half-close. Aircraft rolls out. Reporters at Paris Airport. Adenauer rises out of plane and waving hat. Adenauer get in car. Adenauer's building.
(21 m) 02. Germany: the first troop inspection General Eisenhowers Eisenhower beckons from Jeep. Eisenhower during inspection of the Allied troops in West Germany. Tank of the British army of the Rhine in the area. Eisenhower in Koblenz during inspection of the French troops. Maneuver. Formation of a bridgehead. Eisenhower at the U.S. Army airfield. Fly jet fighters.
(37 m) 03 updates soon a. Ernest Bevin + Ernest Bevin get out of car, at Conference, signed as free agent, at Commonwealthkonferenz, Ernst Reuter welcomed.
(18 m) b. Korea: General Ridgway succeeds McArthur McArthur gets out of aircraft. Close-up of McArthur. Shots of General Ridgway at the front in Korea. Truman speaks about the change of command, big o-ton: (translation) "our Government and others with us in the framework of the United Nations are ally States considers that the best chance to avoid a general war is, to stop the attack on Korea and where to strike back. A series of events has made clear, that General McArthur did not agree with this policy. Biggest personal regret I saw myself forced, to take this measure. The cause of world peace is however more important than any individual."
(33 m) c. Nuremberg: GYA - singer competition podium with microphones of the AFN. Mr. Buttenwieser speaks, half-close. The winner of the 1.Preises Gertrude Wagner, singing original sound. Listeners applaud. Richard Kogel receives the 2nd Prize. Friedl Genk, a blind student, received the 3rd Prize. The prize winners.
(40 m) 4th serious art and light play a. Düren: People go to exhibition exhibition German self-portraits of the 20th century. Man reading book "Encounters with Ernst Barlach" self-portraits of Lovis Corinth, Otto Dix, Carl Hofer, Max Liebermann, Käthe Kollwitz, Max Beckmann, Emil Nolde, Erich Heckel.
(28 m) b. Frankfurt: prodigy plays xylophone four-year wunderkind plays xylophone with chapel in appearance.
(23 m) 5th Munich - Ingolstadt: NSU drives 8 world records time measuring devices. Wilhelm Herz rises in motorcycle. Motorcycle on the racetrack. New world record 290 km/h. Hermann Böhm runs new world record with 201 kilometers per hour on motorcycle with sidecar. Heart in addition to Böhm with wreath, half-close. Reception of heart in home town of Lampertheim. The crowd on the street. Heart drives in an open car.
(30 m) 6th Zurich: Switzerland - Germany 2:3 Fußballänderspiel road from Zurich. Tram. Crowd in front of stadium. Viewers on trees. Captain Fritz Walther exchanging pennants. Kick-off. Spectators, half-close. German national team storms. Game before the Swiss goal. Goalkeeper keeps. Switzerland shoot 1:0 Turek stumbles. Corner for Germany. Fritz Walther shoots corner to Othmar Walther, shoots the gate. Audience wave. 2:1 for Germany. Fritz Walther shoots 3 goal in the second half. Penalty for the Switzerland 3: second Swiss team before the German goal. Audience wave.
01 Bonn - Paris: German Chancellor Adenauer Chancellor Dr. Adenauer underlies Conference and the French High Commissioner Francois Poncet embarked underlies Conference in Paris.
Still A few political problems of the new European coal and Steel Union were to solve all technical and economic issues.
Germany and France now face the historical opportunity to overcome divisions that have separated yet both peoples.
In a press conference in Paris, the German head of Government said a new chapter of European history will begin with the signing of the Schumanplanes.
02. West-Germany: First troops inspecting General Eisenhower's General Eisenhower, the Commander of the Atlantic Pact armed forces, inspected the Allied army in West Germany. It was the first troops inspection of the Commander in Chief since taking over the command of the Western defence force. In Northern Germany, General Eisenhower visit units of the British army of the Rhine. The Commander-in-Chief attended a maneuver of the French occupying forces near the town of Koblenz. Infanterie-, artillery, engineering and armored units were involved.
On the last day of his inspection tour of West Germany, General Eisenhower visited various units of the U.S. Army. Jet fighter rose into a major air exercise. Before leaving after his headquarters General Eisenhower expressed in Paris satisfied about the level of training of the Allied army in the Federal Republic.
03. updates soon: a. Ernest Bevin England mourns the Ernest Bevin.
The former Foreign Minister Britain died in London on the consequences of a heart disease. Ernest Bevin came from the British trade union movement and was one of the great statesmen who have shaped the political face of Britain in the last decade. His life work was the rights of workers and peace among the Nations.
Ernest Bevin was at the forefront of British foreign policy, as a resolute defender of the free world against the aggressive communism since 1945.
b. change of command in the far East General MacArthur handed over all his offices in the far East at General Ridgway. General Ridgway was previously Commander of the 8th U.S. Army in Korea. President Truman appointed General Ridgway as the Supreme Commander of the Allied forces, Commander-in-Chief of the United Nations, the American commander-in-Chief in the far East and to the Commanding General of U.S. troops in the far East. In a radio address to the American people and the world, President Truman established this extraordinary decision: "our Government and others with us in the framework of the United Nations are ally States considers that the best chance to avoid a general war is, to stop the attack on Korea and where to strike back. A series of events has made clear, that General MacArthur did not agree with this policy. Biggest personal regret I saw myself forced, to take this measure. The cause of world peace is however more important than any individual."
c. The best young singers from the American zone to a "Meistersinger"contest met GYA singing challenge in Nuremberg on the historical grounds of Nuremberg.
The glamorous event of the GYA, the utility of the U.S. Army for the German youth, said Mr. Buttenwieser, the Deputy American High Commissioner.
Gertrude Wagner from Berlin was awarded the first prize.
Richard Kogel won the second prize.
Friedl Genk, a blind student, was awarded the third prize of the singer and a special premium.
04. serious art and easy a. German self-portraits "German self-portraits of the 20th century" exhibition. This exhibition shows self portraits of important artists, whose excellent Werke have shaped the German contemporary art in Düren.
And Carl Hofer.
Käthe Kollwitz - and Max Beckmann.
This impressive exhibition of German artists portraits concludes with the self-portraits of Emil Nolde and Erich Heckel.
b. 4 year old xylophone miracle and here an audience favorite from Basel.
(Original sound: "Ladies and gentlemen, what I should play now?")
At the age of 4, Ralph is the youngest offspring of vaudeville. He plays without notes and without inhibitions and amused the Frankfurter audience currently.
A dwarf bearded star of the xylophone.
05. on the Munich-Ingolstadt motorway: NSU drives 8 world records on the motorway Munich Jngolstadt. Warm air flows in the 500 of CC record machine of the NSU Werke. The timing devices are checked for the last time. And then squeezing the German driver Wilhelm Herz in the aerodynamic fairing. He starts to attack on the absolute world speed record for motorcycles.
The meters show 290 km/h.
The fantastic record hunt continues.
Hermann Böhm fetches a new world record for machines with sidecar with 201 kilometers per hour.
Total 8 new world records were set.
Wilhelm Herz, the fastest motorcycle riders in the world, is enthusiastically received in his home town of Lampertheim.
06. the 200th international match of German football: Germany. /. Switzerland: 3:2 Zurich was marked by a great football folk festival. 25,000 Swiss and about 10,000 fans from the Federal Republic flocked to the grasshopper square in the beautiful city of the classic football country. High voltage is above the huge crowd.
The game guide replace the flag.
And comes with kick-off movement among the masses.
The German national soccer team (in white shirt) has large mem [...]
The first turbulent scenes enable the 35,000 in enthusiasm. In the 9th minute the first sensational luck for the Swiss. The German goalie Turek stumbles and is 1-0 for the Confederates.
A dangerous German attack leads to a corner kick.
Fritz Walter delivers the corner - a header by his brother Otmar - and it is 1: 1.
The second half put the stadium into enthusiasms.
In the 50th minute gallant that shoots 2-1 for Germany. And a few minutes later: the ball comes to Fritz Walter. From 20 feet away, he fires on the Swiss goal. 3:1 for Germany. The excellent Swiss striker go the whole hog. Constantly they lay siege to the German goal. A penalty kick for the hosts reduced the German lead. It is 3:2. Only a few minutes until the final whistle. The Swiss push for compensation. But it is 3-2 for Germany. A great game is to end. A happy anniversary success for the German football team.
01. Bonn - Paris
Bundes Chancellor Adenauer At The Schuman Plan Conference
Bundes Chancellor Dr. Adenauer and the French High Commissioner Francois Poncet leave for the Schuman Plan Conference in Paris. After the settlement of all technical and economical problems some political problems of the new European Montan Union have to be solved. Germany and France now have the historic opportunity of overcoming separation line which, untill now, have separated the two nations. During a press conference in Paris, the German head of the government said that with the signing of the Schuman Plan a new chapter in the history of Europe will begin.
02. General Eisenhower Inspects His New Command
General Eisenhower, Supreme Commander of The Atlantic Pact Forces, inspected the allied armies in Western Germany. It was the first inspection of troops by the Supreme Commander since the taking over of the command of the Western defense forces. In North Germany, General Eisenhower inspected units of the British Rhine Army. Near Koblenz, he attended a manoeuvre of the French occupation forces. Infantry, artillery, pioneer and tank units participated. At the last day of his inspection tour through Western Germany, General Eisenhower inspected units of the US Air Force. Jet planes pass in review. Before his departure for his headquarters in Paris, General Eisenhower expressed his satisfaction about the state of preparedness of the allied armies in the Bundes Republic.
03. Actualities in Brief
a. Ernest Bevin +
All England mourns for Ernest Bevin. The former British Foreign Secretary died in London after a heart attack. Ernest Bevin rose the British Labour Unions and was one of the great statesmen who influenced the politics of Great Britain in the last decades. The work of his life was dedicated to the rights and the freedom of workmen and freedom among nations. Since 1945, Bevin was the head of British foreign policy as a determined defender of the free world against Communist aggression,
b. General MacArthur
General MacArthur gives over all his commands in the Far East to General Ridgway. Up to now, General Ridgway was Commanding General of the 8th army in Korea. President Truman nominated General Ridgway as Supreme Commander of the Allied Forces, High Commander of the UN, American High Commander in the Far East and Commanding General of the US forces in the Far East. In a radio speech to the American nation and the world, President Truman confirmed this outstanding decision.
"Our government and other countries associated with us in the UN believe that the best chance of stopping it without a general war is to meet the attack in Korea and defeat it there. A number of events have made it evident that General MacArthur did not agree with that policy. It is of the deepest personal regret that I found myself compelled to take this action.
But the cause of world peace is much more important than any individual."
c. GYA Singer Competition, Nuremberg
In historic Nuremberg, the best singers from the American Zone gathered for a Meistersinger competition. On the occasion of this brilliant meeting, sponsored by GYA, Mr. Buttenwieser, Deputy of the American High Commissioner, spoke. Gertrud Wagner from Berlin won the 1st prize. Richard Kogel was second. Fridl Genk, a blind student, got the 3rd prize and a special award.
04. Serious Art And Light Moments
a. Exhibition Of German Self-Portraits
"German Self-Portraits Of The 20th Century." This exhibition at Dueren shows self-portraits of important artists whose outstanding works have formed present German art. Lovis Corinth. Otto Dix and Carl Hofer. May Liebermann. Käthe Kollwitz and Max Beckmann. With self-portraits of Emil Nolde and Erich Heckel this impressive show of portraits of German artists closes.
b. A Child At The Xylophone
And now a sweetheart of audiences from Basel.
Original Sound: "Ladies and gentlemen, what shall I play?" At 4 years, Ralph is the youngest starlet in show business. He plays without notes and without restraint and amuses the audience in Frankfurt. A small star at the xylophone.
05. On The Munich-Ingolstadt Autobahn:
NSU Breaks 8 World Records
On the Munich-Ingolstadt Autobahn. The record-breaking 500 ccm motorcycles of the NSU factory is warmed up by hot air. The German racing cyclist Wilhelm Herz climbs into the aerodynamic frame of the motorcycle. He is out to break the world speed record for motorcycles. The measuring instruments show: 290 KPH. The fantastic record try continues. Hermann Böhm breaks the world record for side-car motorcycles with 201 KPH. A new world record! All together, 8 new world records were established. In his home town of Lampertheim Wilhelm Herz, the fastest motorcyclist in the world, is greeted enthusiastically.
06. The 200th International Match Of German Football Germany vs. Switzerland 3:2
Zurich was under the fever of the big football game. 25.000 fans from Switzerland and nearly 10.000 from the German Bundes Republic rushed to the Grasshopper Field in this beautiful town. The team leaders exchanged flags. From the beginning the spectators followed the match with deep interest. The German team has big moments. The first turbulent scenes fill the spectators with excitement. In the 9th minute: the first sensational chance for the Swiss team. The German goal keeper stumbles and the score is 1:0 for Switzerland. A dangerous attack leads to a corner-kick. Fritz Walter shoots - a head ball by Otmar Walter - and the score is 1:1. In the 50th minute, Gerritzen shoots another goal. 2:1 for Germany. Some minutes later: the ball comes to Fritz Walter. From 20 meters he shoots another goal for Germany. The outstanding Swiss forwards are attacking. They attack the German goal. An eleven meter lessens the German lead. The score is 3:2. Only a few minutes before the end. The Swiss team tries to equalize. But the final score is 3:2 for Germany. A great game is finished. A happy jubilee success for the German football team.
Persons in the Film
Böhm, Hermann ; Adenauer, Konrad ; Bevin, Ernest ; Blücher, Franz ; Buttenwieser ; Eisenhower, Dwight ; François-Ponçet, André ; Genk, Friedl ; Kogel, Richard ; MacArthur, Douglas ; Reuter, Ernst ; Ridgway ; Truman, Harry ; Wagner, Gertrud ; Herz, Wilhelm ; Turek, Toni ; Walter, Fritz ; Walter, Otmar
Munich ; Lampertheim ; Zurich ; Ingolstadt ; Düren ; Nuremberg ; Paris ; U.S. zone ; Frankfurt ; Korea ; Bonn ; England ; West Germany ; Berlin ; Washington
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