01 London: King George opened the British Festival of King George, Queen Elisabeth and Princess Margaret drive in an open horse-drawn carriage from Buckingham Palace. Prince Philip and Princess Elisabeth in the 2nd stage. People on the side of the road. Royal couple before St. Paul's Cathedral from carriage, Queen Elisabeth Queen Mother Mary, rises half-close. Prince Philip and Princess Margaret and Princess Elisabeth. King George reads opening speech after service in St.Paul. Recorded interview: "I declare the Festival of Britain open and wish it universal success." Churchill with cylinder and religious jewelry. Royal couple welcomed Attlee and Churchill. Illuminated exhibition grounds.
(37 m) 02 Strasbourg: Germany on an equal footing in the Council of Europe Strasbourg's cityscape. Münster. Schuman gets out of car and entering building. European flag at home. Adenauer speaking laughing with Schuman. Adenauer in addition to Hallstein at the Conference table. Adenauer sitting, interview on Council of Europe gives o-ton: "but mostly seems to be that an atmosphere is formed in such a sensitive but open meeting me also of particular importance, also for difficult negotiations, and they will certainly come one day, is extraordinarily cheap."
(29 m) 03 updates soon a. Munich: demonstration for return of prisoners of war procession with torches. Rally. Transparent give you free. Fires on the border of the zone.
(17 m) Munich: inauguration of enrolling homes for apprentices spokesperson and spokesperson. Listeners applaud. Inauguration of the apprentice homes. Apprentices before the houses, in the dining room, living room, and on the window.
(20 m) c. New York: Israeli ships in the United States the statue of liberty, total. Passing ship at skyline. Sailor. Jewish flag. Waving from the shore.
(9 m) d. will channel "Free Europe" solemnly inaugurated by Bavaria sends a dedication by Mr. Jackson (large), President of the American National Committee for a free Europe, sign: this voice of freedom made possible by the contributions of 16,000 000 American citizens to the 1950 crusade for freedom. Tape machine operated mixer, radio tower, transmitter "Free Europe" with current tape recorders, Studio shot, man surrounded by mountains.
04. fashion from 3 countries a. Berlin: flat Cap girl shows various well-secured cloth as headgear.
(14 m) b. Bad Homburg: summer fashion Jaques home mannequin introduces sleeveless dress of the day. Dress with wide swinging wadenlangem rock.
(7 m) c. Hamburg: fashion show Jaques Desses Atlantic mannequins go on runway. Dress with apron-like rock. Evening dress with detachable skirt. Audience clapping. Evening dresses.
(20 m) d. Bologna: Italian Shoes Shoe fashion (17 m) 05 sport: a. Munich riem: airfield racing flying glider. Race car driver. Starter lowers flag. Start. It leads Hans Stuck on AFM. Overtaking. Fritz Riess goes into the lead lap display. Official lowers flag. Fritz Riess with laurel wreath on the car, great.
(31 m) b. Helsinki: World Championship in freestyle wrestling Olympic Stadium. Catchment of the wrestler. Wrestling match. Max of light, Germany, battling Yasar Dogu, Turkey, and loses by a shoulder throw. The winning Turkey team at award ceremony.
(40 m) c. Rome: International Horse Show opening ceremony. D ' Orgeix, France, on the course. Good shots during the whole ride. Obstacles tear horses and riders plunge.
01 London: King George opened the "British weeks" King George VI. "Festival of Britain", the "British Festival" opened in London.
The Royal cavalcade and the colorful pomp were the most impressive treat, experienced in London for many years. Tens of thousands of spectators, the highest representatives of the clergy and the British Government, Ehrengarden in historical costumes, the Royal family and ambassadors from around the world were gathered before the St. Paul's Cathedral. After a day, King George gave the opening speech.
(Original sound: "I declare the Festival of Britain open and wish it universal success.")
First visit to the festival area.
The huge exhibition on the banks of the Thames is only part of the splendid festive events that span all of England.
02. Strasbourg: Germany on an equal footing in the Council of Europe the Strasbourg Conference of Council of Europe began a historic act: the Federal Republic of Germany was inducted as a full member in the Council of Europe. An extraordinary progress on the way to the full German equality in the community of free peoples.
Federal Chancellor Dr. Adenauer said at a press conference in Bonn to the work of the Council of Europe: (original tone: "but mostly seems to me also of particular importance, that such a sensitive but open meeting is formed an atmosphere that also for difficult negotiations - and they will certainly come one day - is extraordinarily cheap.")
03. updates soon: a. POWs rallies of nightly silent March through Munich.
At the same time, you demonstrated in all parts of the Federal Republic for the return of prisoners of war. Impressive mass rallies, which were directed against the inhumanity of the Soviet Union and its satellite States to the conscience of the world.
The demonstrations of loyalty to the still not back home with reminder fires were decided along the Soviet zone boundary.
b. UNICEF hostels, Munich in Munich were dedicated to 6 youth hostels for apprentices. These buildings are a donation of the Swedish Association Rödda Barnen. In the framework of the UNICEF, the worldwide relief agency of the United Nations, the youth homes passed the city of Munich.
The Swedish Damgren of Minister of and many other Swedish guests were present at the ceremonial handover.
The two-storey houses offer accommodation to 100 young people.
c. Israeli ships in United States two ships of the latest nation greets the statue of liberty, New York.
These marine units of the State of Israel on a good will tour in the United States arrived after her first Atlantic crossing.
04. "From head to toe" new ideas, new modes make fashion from three countries. This cap of a Berlin-based company can be adjusted several times and is a quick-change into the realms of the headgear. No limits are set the fashionable game drive apart and varied to garnish the top itself.
Jaques home from Paris showed in Bad Homburg already light covers for hot summer days.
And Jean Dessès came to the hamburgers with an amusing apron effect in all sorts of variations. A removable skirt made of Georgette ENT echoes a second dress.
Small tip for the seamstress: diagonal drawn in purple and red.
The Italians were graceful foot followed by the Paris fashion game. 115 master of the shoe showed a collection of art from little leather and much imagination in Bologna.
A fashionable Europe stroll - a three-country fashion show from head to toe.
05. sports: a. car Rundstreckenrenne, Munich-riem round endurance race on the Flughafenglände in Munich-riem. About 80,000 spectators, the first glider was circling after the war.
Up to 2,000 ccm, the best German racers disputed the championship run.
Hans Stuck on AFM No. 130 in the lead went from the erstenRunde to. About two-thirds of the race, he retained the top. But then stuck engine failure has been slow and the German Champion Fritz Riess No. 121 pushed forward.
Fritz Riess was winner of the race with a hourly 101 km.
b. World Championships in freestyle wrestling, the newly built Stadium for the Olympic Games in Helsinki in 1952 received the champion wrestlers from 12 countries to the World Championships in freestyle wrestling.
The international athlete fighting stretched over several days, German participants were also back in the international competition.
Best German participant was the Halbschwergewichtler Max of light (in the picture on the left). Here he fights against the Turks Yasar Dogu. Max of light was defeated by Yasar Dogu after 4 minutes 57 seconds. With this victory, the Turk was light heavyweight champion, while Max of light finished third in the overall standings.
The Turkish season was the most successful of the tournament.
c. International Horse Show in Rome international horse show in Rome. Riders from 10 Nations went about the difficult path. Here a magnificent camera tracking of the French d ' Orgeix over the whole route and the difficult obstacles.
Victory beckoned d ' Orgeik, but an error at the very end led him to the prize.
The abundance of heavy obstacles resulted in a debacle of the Favorites. A big tournament with a sensational series of bugs, crashes, and dramatic incidents.
"Festival of Britain"
King George VI. opened the "Festival of Britain" in London. The royal cavalcade and colorful pomp presented the most impressive pageant Londoners have seen for many years. Tens of thousands of spectators, the high-ranking representatives of the clergy and the British government, honor guards in historical costumes, the royal family and ambassadors from all over the world assembled before St. Paul's Cathedral. After a service, King George made the opening speech. (Original Sound). First visit to the Festival grounds. The huge exhibition on the banks of the Themse River is only a part of the festival, which covers all England.
Germany Gains Equality In The European Council
The Strassbourg session of the European Council started with an historical event: the German Bundes Republic was admitted as an equal member in the European Council. A big step forward on the way to full German equality in the association of free nations. Bundes Chancellor Dr. Adenauer said during a press conference about the work of the European Council: Original Sound: "Above all, it seems to me most important that an atmosphere was created during these confidential and open discussions which is favourable for the difficult discussions which will come one day."
03. Actualities in Brief:
a. Demonstrations For POW's
A silent march at night through Munich. At the same time, in all parts of the Bundes Republic, people demonstrated for the return of POW's. impressive mass demonstrations, protesting against the inhumanity of the Soviet Union and her satellites and appealing to the conscience of the whole world. Along the Soviet Zonal border, loyal demonstrations for the men who have not returned closed with symbolic fires of remembrance.
b. UNICEF Homes
At Munich 6 homes for apprentice youth were inaugurated. These houses are a donation of the Swedish association "Rödda Barnen." Through UNICEF, the world wide help program of the United Nations, the homes for youth were turned over to the city of Munich. The Swedish minister Damgren and several Swedish guests attended the ceremony. The two-floor houses provide housing for 100 youths.
c. Ships From Israel In New York
The Statue of Liberty greets two ships of the youngest nation. After their first crossing of the Atlantic, these naval units of Israel arrived for a good-will visit to the USA.
04. From Head To Foot
Fashions From Three Countries
New ideas make new fashions. This cap from Berlin can be changed ten times and is a quick-cange artist in the millinery department. There are no limits for the imagination in head decoration. At Bad Homburg, Jacques Heim from Paris shows light dresses for hot summer days. And Jean Dessés came to Hamburg with amusing apron effects in many varieties. The skirt can be removed and reveals a second dress. A suggestion for the dressmakers: diagonal ruffled in lilac and green. After fashions from Paris we show you shoes from Italy. At Bologna, 115 masters showed collection of works of art with little leather and much fantasy. A fashion stroll through Europe - a fashion show from head to foot.
a. Motor Car Race, Munich
Motor car race at Munich-Riem Airfield. The first glider since the war flies over 80.000 spectators. The top German racing champions competed in the 2.000 ccm class. From the beginning, Hans Stuck on AFM No. 130 led the field. He was leading during two thirds of the race. But he slowed up on account of a damaged motor and the German champion Fritz Riess No. 121 took the lead. He won at an average speed of 101 KPH.
b. Wrestling, Finland
To the newly-built stadium for the Olympic Games 1952 in Helsinki came the champion wrestlers from 12 nations to compete for the world amateur championship in wrestling. The international competitions lasted for several days. German competitors were again in an international tournament. The best German wrestler was the light-heavyweight Max Leichter, left on the screen. Here he fights against the Turk Yasar Dogu, Max Leichter was defeated after 4 minutes 57 sec. By this victory, the Turk became light-heavyweight world champion wrestler. Max Leichter was third. The Turkish team was the most successful one.
c. International Riding Tournament, Rome
International Riding Tournament in Rome. Riders from 10 nations rode over the difficult course. A splendid camera shot of the ride of the Frenchman d'Orgeix. D'Orgeix nearly wins but a fault before the finish caused him to lose the prize. Many difficult obstacles became catastrophic to the favorites. A great tournament with a sensational series of faults, crashes and dramatic incidents.
Persons in the Film
Adenauer, Konrad ; Attlee, Clement ; Churchill, Winston ; Elizabeth von England ; Elisabeth II. von England ; Georg VI. von England ; Hallstein, Walter ; Margaret von England ; Mary von England ; Philip Mountbatten von Edinboroug ; Schuman, Robert ; Dogu, Yasar ; Leichter, Karl ; d'Orgeix ; Riess, Fritz ; Stuck, Hans
London ; Helsinki ; Munich-riem ; Rome ; Munich ; Strasbourg ; New York ; Zone boundary ; Bonn ; Berlin ; Bad Homburg ; Hamburg ; Bologna
Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Demonstrations ; Border DDR/BRD, borders ; Interviews ; Education, youth ; Europe, EDC, EEC ; Flags ; Fire ; motor sports ; Medals, awards, honors ; Posters, fonts, banners ; Political events ; Horse riding, horse racing (without harness) ; Rings ; Shipping ; Spoprt-Ehrungen ; sports facilities ; Cities ; automotive engineering, automotive ; War, prisoners of war ; Cultural events ; Welfare, aid agencies, care ; Fashion ; Sports honors ; aftermath of war
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