01 underlies carried the House of countries in Unkel. Meeting of the Committee of the Schumanplanländer. Professor Hallstein talks, half-close. Delegates. Hallstein, in addition to representatives speaking other 5 Nations, original sound. "The underlies lives. In the same spirit in which they have started these negotiations here to continue."
(22 m) 02 updates soon a. Korea: tribute to a British Regiment firing guns to Seoul. Barrage. General van fleet honors British Regiment which has distinguished itself in the fighting. Ceremony of awards. English soldiers March.
(23 m) b. Bonn: visit of British Foreign Minister Herbert Morrison Morrison welcomes Adenauer on airfield, close to half. Adenauer and Morrison before Palais Schaumburg. Morrison at Heuss, half-close.
(14 m) c. Rheingold Express Hall v. Holland - Basel train on platform. Enter travelers. Departure. Railway official keeps shield in Hoeck, Holland. Customs control on the train. Station Rotterdam. Cologne station. Travelers in the dining room. Entrance to Basel.
(15 m) d. San Salvador: Earthquakes destroyed houses. People go through debris. Men carry coffin. Women get food.
(16 m) e. Berlin: student Congress students discuss closer cooperation of European universities. Students with headphones.
(10 m) 03. The day of the American armed forces wave U.S. flags in Berlin. Aircraft rolls out. McCloy gets out of aircraft. Parade of the three American troops in Berlin before McCloy. Marines. Rider infantry. Frankfurt: Parade of tanks and SUV with guns. Munich: air parade. Transport aircraft and jet fighters. Audience on U.S. airfield Neubiberg. Salzburg: Parade of U.S. troops.
04. curiosities from all over the world a. HAMELN: Pied Piper Pied Piper plays flute. As rats dressed to dance children around him. The Pied Piper is flötend by road. Children come from homes and walk behind him.
(19 m) b. New Jersey: drilling meetings large and small triplets. Triplets ride carousel. Three small triplets sleeping.
(15 m) 05 sport a. Berlin: boxes Bubi Scholz - Walter Schneider blow change of the Boxer. Cheering spectators in the Festival Hall at the radio tower. Scholz is attacking. Audience, great. A spectator, large. Scholz clear WINS on points. Audience clapping. Bubi Scholz with laurel wreath, large.
(21 m) b. Bad Pyrmont: chess tournament hand moves chess pieces, great. Players at tables. Wolfgang Unzicker plays. He is 2 of the tournament. Gligoric, Yugoslavia, triumphs over Bogolyubov. He will be the winner of the tournament and congratulations.
(23 m) c. Ludwigshafen, Germany: 1. FC Kaiserslautern - Schalke 04 game. Spectators, half-close. Kaiserslautern shoots 1:0 players embrace. Viewers, total. Goalkeeper blocks. Schalke before the Kaiserslautern goal, but goalie keeps. Player shoots the ball from gate to the side.
(23 m) 06. Berlin: Davis Cup Germany - Denmark 4:1 single: Gottfried von CRAMM defeated Kurt Nielsen in three sets. Audience clapping. Women's doubles: play against Nielsen-Ullrich CRAMM Goepfert and win in three sets. Players shake hands after the game on the net.
01 Schuman plan of the Interim Committee of the 6 Schuman-plan countries carried out In the House joined countries in Unkel am Rhein to its first Conference together.
All delegations have opted for an early ratification of the Schuman plan by the area of the parliaments.
The Committee is discussed at regular monthly meetings of all technical details of the European coal and Steel Union. The guide who German delegation and Chairman of the Conference, Professor Hallstein, said on the cooperation of the 6 Nations, involved in the Schuman plan: (original sound: "the Schuman plan lives.) In the same spirit in which they have started these negotiations here to continue.")
02. updates soon: a. ceremony of a regiment, Korea the second Communist spring offensive in Korea has the environment of Seoul again the battlefield made.
Barrage is located on the onrushing Chinese.
Behind the raging front: General van fleet, Commander of the 8. U.S. Army, honors the British Gloucester Regiment. A battalion of the regiment was closed by communists and has until the last ammunition held up the advance of the red and thwarted their plan of attack.
Only 40 man of the British unit could beat back to the front of the UN troops.
arrived b. Morrison in Germany Herbert Morrison, the British Foreign Secretary and successor of Ernest Bevins, for political talks with Federal Chancellor Dr. Adenauer in Germany.
Representatives of the German Trade Union Federation conferred with Mr. Morrison. The British Foreign Secretary has invited the German Chancellor on an official visit to London.
A gathering of German President Heuss and Mr. Morrison took place later.
c. Rheingold Express from Hoek van Holland to Basel. The Rheingold Express has returned to the timetable of the Deutsche Bundesbahn.
In the 100-km-pace and with all comforts for international travel guests he goes after the Switzerland via Rotterdam and Cologne. In contrast to earlier, the Rhine gold luxury express leads now padded third class.
d. earthquake, San Salvador a severe earthquake devastated the South-East of El Salvador by three tremors were set whole towns and villages of the small Central American Republic in ruins.
About 2,000 deaths are to complain about.
First aid in the disaster zone.
Rescue teams provide the homeless with food and medicine.
the possibilities of closer cooperation of European universities discussed e. student Congress, Berlin student representatives from 8 European Nations in Berlin.
This "student Congress of European universities" especially discussed social and cultural problems of the international student body.
03. the 'day of the American armed forces' 'Day of the American armed forces' has been committed in West Germany and Berlin festive parades and show performances. The High Commissioner McCloy and highest officers of the American troops in Germany declined the various associations of the three troops parade in Berlin. Highlight of the troupe show in Frankfurt was took of the heavy tank.
Munich saw large air exercises of huge transport machines and new jet fighter squadron.
In Neubiberg airdrome as in all locations of the U.S. armed forces, the audience could see machinery and equipment.
All over the world, where American troops stand - as here in Salzburg - was the "day of the American armed forces" in the sign of the strength of the United States.
04. curiosities from all over the world: a. Pied Piper, Hamelin curiosities from HAMELN. The Pied Piper on the loose. But today, the re-emergence of the haunted flautist is a feast for the children of the old city of the Weser. So it should have taken place: the Pied Piper received no reward from the city, he lured the children of good citizens on the street and disappeared with them in the calvary.
The Pied Piper of Hamelin is an international celebrity. It was the first exterminator of the world also.
b. drilling meeting, United States curiosities from New Jersey, United States. The local Chronicle listed the annual 'Congress of the triplets' as their curiosity.
You are the same the others as three eggs and show 30 times triple the astonished audience.
The drilling meeting ends in an amusement park - and then in the basket.
05. sports: a. boxes Scholz-Schneider of the Berlin young Boxer Gustav Scholz (in the picture on the left) which won the German championship in the welterweight division. The 21-year-old Challenger gathered point to point with constant attacks. The defending champion Walter Schneider could decelerate this spirited rush nu hard. The last 4 rounds were clearly the Challenger.
In 12 rounds, Gustav Scholz dethroned the strongly marked Walter Schneider. The Berlin Festival Hall at the radio tower celebrated the young champion and the new German welterweight champion.
b. chess tournament, Bad Pyrmont Europe chess tournament in Bad Pyrmont.
15 of the best chess players from 10 countries denied this elimination match for the World Chess Championship.
The German Grandmaster Wolfgang Unzicker, Munich, lost none of the 14 games. He won the second place with 10 points.
The Jugoslave Gligoric defeated the old master Bogoljubow in a debut game.
Garcia won the European tournament with 11 points.
c. football of 1 FC Kaiserslautern. /. FC Schalke 04 preliminary battle for the German Championship.
60,000 watched the teams of the 1st FC Kaiserslautern (dark dress) in Ludwigshafen and FC Schalke 04 from time to time came the game highlights technical brilliance. Basler scored a goal for Kaiserslautern 5 minutes after kick-off.
After changing the Schalke pushed constantly for compensation.
But Kaiserslautern held its 1-0 lead until the end of the iron.
06. to the Davis Cup: Germany wins against Denmark Germany Cup is back in the fight for the Davis. It was after the defeat of Yugoslavia on the Berlin red-white square against Denmark. Gottfried von CRAMM (slacks) could beat superior to 20 years younger Danes Kurt Nielsen. With 6-2, 6-4, 6-0, a 1-0 lead for Germany won von CRAMM.
In the doubles, it came to a sharp duel between CRAMM Göpfert (in the background) and the Danish Nielsen-Ullrich.
Again showed his tactical superiority especially von CRAMM. The double went to 3 sets of 6-4, 6-4 and 6-2 to Germany.
In the overall ranking of the german Danish Davis-Pokal encounter won Germany 4:1. The next opponent will be Belgium.
01. Schuman Plan Becoming Reality
At the "House of the Nations" in Unkel on the Rhine River, the Interim Committee of the 6 Schuman Plan nations met for its first conference. All delegations spoke in favour of an early ratification of the Schuman Plan by the various parliaments. The Committee will confer in regular monthly sessions about the technical details of this European confederation. The leader of the German delegation and chairman of the conference, Professor Hallstein, said about the co-operation of the 6 nations united in the Schuman Plan : Original Sound:" The Schuman Plan lives. In the same spirit in which the negotiations started they will be continued."
02. Actualities in Brief:
The second Communist offensive in Korea again transformed the surroundings of Seoul into a battle-ground. A barrage stops the storming Red Chinese forces. Behind the front line: General Van Fleet, High Commander of the 8th army, honors the British Gloucester regiment. A batallion of this regiment was surrounded by Reds but held the advancing Communist troops until all their ammunition was gone, thereby blocking the Red offensive.
b. Mr. Morrison in Germany
Herbert Morrison, British Foreign Minister and successor of Ernest Bevin, arrived in Germany for political discussions with Bundes Chancellor Dr. Adenauer. Representatives of the German Trade Unions also spoke with Mr. Morrison. The British Foreign Minister invited the German Chancellor for an offical visit to London. Later, Bundes President Heuss and Mr. Morrison met.
c. Rheingold Train
From The Hook of Holland to Basel. The "Rheingold Train" is again on the time-table of the German Bundes railway. At 100 KPH, the train rolls with every comfort for international passengers through Rotterdam and Cologne to Switzerland. In contrast to former times, the "Rheingold Train" now has upholstered third class carriages.
d. Earthquake, El Salvador
A heavy earthquake destroyed the south-eastern part of El Salvador. In three shocks, whole cities and villages of this small Central American republic were demolished. Nearly 2,000 died. First aid for the stricken area. Rescue crews furnish the homeless with food and medical supplies.
e. Students Congress, Berlin
In Berlin, representatives of students from 8 European nations discussed the possibilities of closer co-operation by the European universities. This "Congress of the Students of European Universities" discussed particularly the social and cultural problems of the students.
03. Army Day
In Western Germany and Berlin, American "Armed Forces Day" was celebrated with reviews and displays. In Berlin High Commissionar McCloy and high ranking officers of the American forces in Germany reviewed different units of the three services. High lights of the review in Frankfurt were the heavy tanks. Munich saw an air review of big transport plans and new jet squadrons. At Neubiberg Airfield, as in all quarters of the US forces, plants and installations could be visited by the public. All over the world where American troops are stationed - like here in Salzburg - "Armed Forces Day" showed the strength of the US.
04. Curiosities From All Over The World
a. The Pied Piper of Hamelin
A curiosity from Hamelin. The Pied Piper is there again. But to-day, the re-appearance of this piper is a feast for the children of this old town on the Weser River. Once upon a time this happened: the Pied Piper did not get his payment from the burgomaster, so he decoyed all the children of the town to the streets and disappeared with them into Mount Calvary. The Pied Piper of Hamelin is now an international legend.
b. Triplets Convention, USA
A curiosity from New Jersey, USA: the annual "Triplets Convention." They resemble each other like that many eggs, and surprized the public 30 times - threefold. The convention ended at the fair - and in a pram.
a. Boxing: Schneider vs. Scholz
The Berlin boxer Gustav Scholz (left on the screen) won the German welter weight championship. The 21-year-old challenger collected points by continous attacks. The title holder Walter Schneider could not stop him. The last four rounds were clearly won by Scholz. After 12 rounds, Gustav Scholz defeated the heavily punished Walter Schneider. The Berlin Hall at the Radion Tower cheered the new German welter weight champion.
b. Chess Tournament, Bad Pyrmont
At Bad Pyrmont, a European Chess Tournament was held. 15 of the best Chess players of 10 nations took part in this eliminating bout for the world chess championship. The German chess champion Wolfgang Unzicker, Munich, lost none of his 14 games. With 10 points he became second. In a 7 hour game, the Jugoslavian Gligoric beat the senior champion Bogoljubov. Gligoric won the European tournament with 11 points.
c. Football: 1 FC Kaiserslautern vs FC Schalke 04
Elimination bout for the German Football Championship. In Ludwigshafen 60.000 spectators saw the teams of 1 FC Kaiserslautern (dark dress) and FC Schalke 04. The game had brilliant moments. 5 minutes after the kick-off, Basler scored a goal for Kaiserslautern. At the change of sides Schalke tried to equalize. But Kaiserslautern kept its lead and won by 1:0.
06. For the Davis Cup
Germany Wins Over Denmark
Germany is again in the tournaments for the Davis Cup. After the victory over Jugoslavia, Germany played against Denmark in Berlin. Gottfried von Cramm, long trousers, beat the 20-year-younger Danish Kurt Nielsen. Von Cramm won by 6:2, 6:4 and 6:0 and Germany was ahead. The double brought a sharp duel between Cramm-Göpfert (in the background) and the Danish Nielsen-Ullrich. Here too, von Cramm showed his tactical superiority. The double was won by Germany with 6:4, 6:4 and 6:2. The German-Danish Davis Cup tournament was won by Germany with 4:1. Belgium will be the next opponent.
Persons in the Film
Bogoljubow ; Adenauer, Konrad ; Hallstein, Walter ; Heuss, Theodor ; McCloy, John ; Morrison, Herbert ; Cramm von, Gottfried ; Göpfert, Rolf ; Gligoric ; Nielsen, Kurt ; Schneider, Walter ; Scholz, Gustav ; Ullrich ; Unzicker, Wolfgang
Berlin ; Ludwigshafen, Germany ; Bad Pyrmont ; Hoek van Holland ; Unkel ; Munich ; San Salvator ; New Jersey ; Hamelin ; Korea ; Frankfurt ; Salzburg ; Bonn ; Burner
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