01 Korea: Crisis in Kaesong and anniversary delegation of the UN going independence in Seoul in Verhandlungshaus, Communists follow. The Communist delegation cancels hearing for alleged violation of the neutrality of the negotiation site. Rally in Seoul at the independence celebration. Mayor speaks and American General.
(20 m) 02 updates soon a. Jamaica: Hurricane aerial view of the devastated area. Destroyed houses in Kingston. Prison inmates have escaped from the. Felled trees, masts flipped to.
(22 m) b. Gelsenkirchen: new Bergarbeiterwohungen running winding. Houses of a new settlement, total. Shield Zollverein 185 apartments from Marshall plan funds, large, for Bill! Excavators at the shafts out, great. Masons carry stones and walls. Sign on House construction funded with Marshall plan money. Construction site without workers. Finished houses with laundry in front of the House and children playing in the sand pit.
(26 m) c. Canada: Viscount Alexander honorary Chief of the Schwarzfußindianer Indians Alexander is painted with war paint and puts on his headdress. Alexander dance Indian dance with old Squaw.
(16 m) d. Utah: car speed record Colonel Gardner, England, rises in MG racing cars and drives new world record of 218 kilometers per hour on the salt flats. Gardner (60 years old) half-close.
(15 m) 03 zone border: children return of FDJ - meet at the station, helmstedt. Children get off train with suitcases. Long train of adults goes on the road to the border. Collection on a sports field. Propaganda goods will be destroyed. Train departs with waving people. Crowds of pedestrians walk through forest towards the border with luggage.
(52 m) 04 sports a. Hanover: German water polo championship game by SSF barmen against water friend Wuppertal. Excited spectator. Water ball game. Playback. Goal throw. It wins with 4: barmen 3rd child winner presented a bouquet of flowers.
(23 m) b. Wiesbaden: box international competition of amateurs Germany - United States 12:8 the two teams. Boxer in the ring. Fight in the light welterweight. European champion Herbert Schilling fighting James Hackney, United States. Heavy shock Exchange. Audience gets large. Gong beat. Victor Herbert Schilling: (31 m) c. Düsseldorf: Rhine sailing week sailing boats on the Rhine. The Drachenfels. Train rides along on the shore. The Cologne Cathedral. Sailors in boats.
(23 m) d. Stuttgart: Solitüden racing motorcycles with side-car start. Driving through curves. Eric Oliver, England, on Norton loses wheel on the sidecar and must give up. Wiggerl Kraus, Munich, WINS. Ride through the target. Kraus and passenger with wreath, large. Hans Albers as a spectator look at the clock, great. Race the 500 cc machines: four English riders on Norton do it before Georg Meier and Walter Zeller on BMW. World Champion Duke, England, on Norton goes first through the target. Duke with wreath, half-close.
(35 m) e. California: archery shooters shoot at Bullseye. Shot in the black. Archer shoots Apple from the head of a man.
01 Korea: Crisis in Kaesong Kaesong. The delegates of the UN come to continue the truce negotiations. But the Communists staged a new incident: she accused the United Nations, violates the neutrality of the negotiation site. Although the Communist allegations as deceptive - and propaganda maneuver have been debunked, the Communists broke off the negotiations. General Ridgway has vigorously rejected the Communist accusations now and at the same time said that the delegates of the UN to the resumption of cease-fire negotiations were ready.
In Seoul, the population celebrates the anniversary of the founding of the Republic Meanwhile regained their independence. The Mayor would like to thank the United Nations for their help. The Commander of the first Corps said that his troops like yesterday so today and tomorrow would be ready, to fight for the cause of freedom.
02. News in brief: a. Hurricane over Jamaica on Jamaica in the Caribbean Ocean raced the most terrible hurricane in the history of the west Indian island. The capital city of Kingston was hit the hardest. The storm raged with 180 kilometers hours speed, buildings smashed and turned roads and facilities in debris fields.
The prisoners escaped over the collapsed walls of this prison. You could be recaptured only after ebb from a comprehensive roundup of storm.
The disaster claimed over 100 lives.
The damage is estimated at 250 million deutsche mark.
(b). A generous building program is already full version new apartments of miners In the Ruhr area. More than 100,000 miners apartments should be completed until 1953, to facilitate the recruitment and accommodation of additional workers. This new large settlement programme is based essentially on a Very much considerable Fund of the Marshall Plan aid was provided for this purpose.
The first 11,000 miners homes are using ERP funds, already under construction. The new facilities are modern, bright and friendly and contain gardens, lawns and playgrounds.
c. Viscount Alexander is honors Indians in Alberta, Canada, Governor General, field marshal Alexander was appointed the honorary Chief of the tribe of the Blackfoot Indians. The Paleface is equipped only with the traditional war paint and then with the mighty headdress of the tribe during a festive ceremony. A small Indian dance, led by the new Chief honoris causa, decides the cheerful and romantic event.
d. auto - world record, the 60-year-old English Colonel Gardner United States undertook an assault on the world record of the class on the salt flats of Utah, United States, with its four cylinder MG cars up to 1.5 litres. Control instruments show a sensational result: Colonel Gardner screwed up the class record for one hour from 191 to 218 km/h.
03. after the FDJ meetings: the way back return of the Communist "World Youth Festival" in Berlin. Helmstedt 225 children ages arrived at from 10 to 15 years, children without trains of childishness and joie de vivre: sinister closed faces, painting where dullness and early bitterness. Children look like coming from a Communist camp and from Communist Youth Festival... And the adults? They seemed not happy with the recently experienced. In long gray trains, they arrived at the zone boundary in Helmstedt... tired, dusty and angered. They collected in large groups on a sports field before the trip home were lined up. All propaganda material seized. Then they are redirected with special trains in their hometowns. While a batch departs, arrive new hordes of exhausted Fussgängeran of the zone boundary. As twilight falls, winds up the gloomy ghost train through the Woods. In Berlin, they marched commanded for Stalin--here they drag themselves without command home. This is the bleak downside and the bitter finale of the "World Youth Festival".
04. sports: a. water polo at the Championships of water polo in Hannover took a very exciting course. 6 clubs played in the fights and at the end, the two local rivals SSF stood. Barmen and water lovers Wuppertal opposite.
The teams were so equal that the decision remained open until the very end. After hard and wechselvollem final battle errange finally SSF.
Akinnuoye victory and League title with 4:3 goals.
Keep the trophy for another year in the possession of the barmen Association.
b. boxes Germany. /. United States before 7,000 spectators fought in America's best amateur boxer and Germany Wiesbaden Kurpark. The contest ended surprisingly with a 12: 8 victory for Germany. The German country season was greatly superior in the light weight classes, while the Americans in the heavy class brought up many points. The most important and most exciting fight was the meeting between the German European champion Herbert Schilling and the American James Hackney in the light welterweight. Both are fast, spirited and aggressive fighter. But gradually, Schilling got the upper hand, dictated the tempo in the third and final round, diligently collected points and let No more take the victory. A fair, Threesome battle - which was the high level of the entire competition.
c. Rhine sailing week in 1951 took Instead of 1951 in glorious sailing weather on the route from Brohl Düsseldorf Rhine sailing week. Boats of all classes - L boats, pirates and Olympic dinghies participated.
Stronger gusts occurred at the Drachenfels, and A few of the participants had to be eliminated. The overall history of the regatta but was gorgeous as a cheerfully colored watercolor of summer pleasures and impressive than sporting showcase.
The winner was H. Wickern on "Mödmann" in the pirate class according to the general classification on all routes.
d. solitude race 400,000 viewers on the world famous solitude race track near Stuttgart. In the sidecar class up to 500 ccm expected a duel between Eric Oliver (UK) on Norton (No. 39) and the Munich Wiggerl Kraus on BMW (No. 56) - but lost a wheel on the sidecar Oliver in the third round and had to give up. So, unchallenged, Wiggerl Kraus won with an average speed of 113 km/h. The main event was the run of the half litre engines over 12 rounds = 138 kilometres and the best drivers with the fastest engines of the world. From the first until the last round, the four British Norton driver are at the top, then follow the German Schorsch Meier and Walter Zeller on BMW. World Champion Duke (England) remains confident in the lead and WINS at the time by 1 hour 44.3 seconds at an average speed of 136 miles per hour - a new absolute record of solitude.
e. Archer, United States Kit the arrow, the bow competed in California, America's most famous art shooters. In the oldest sport which was world wonder Russ Ransel from Cleveland who would champion from 1951 Wilhelm Tell. To make the Apple trick so to speak as a light exercise. It arises in stance, aimed at the target, shoots up the tendon and -: is the Apple.
Crisis in Kaesong
Kaesong. The delegates of the UN arrive to continue the cease-fire discussions. But the Communists bring new charges: they accuse the UN troops for having violated the neutrality of the conference zone. Although the Communist statements were revealed as deceitful propaganda moves, the Communists broke off the discussions. In the meantime, General Ridgway has strongly rejected the Communist accusations and declared that the UN delegates are willing to continue the truce talks. In Seoul, people celebrated their liberation and the foundation of the Republic of Korea. The mayor of the town thanked the United Nations for their support. The Commander of the 1st Corps declared his forces ready to fight for freedom as they were yesterday and will be to-morrow.
02. Actualities in Brief
a. Hurricane over Jamaica
Jamaica in the Carribean Sea was hit by the worst hurricane in its history. The capital, Kingston, was hit hardest. The hurricane roared at 130 miles an hour, scattered buildings and transformed streets and grounds into fields covered with ruins. Over the shattered walls of this prison the prisoners walked out. When the storm cleared they were rounded up by a big police-raid. 100 people lost their lives during the hurricane. The damage is estimated at 250 million D-marks.
b. New Houses for Miners
In the Ruhr district a great housing program is under way. In 1953, 100,000 flats for miners will be finished to make possible the recruiting and housing of more miners. The new big housing program is supported for the greatest part by a fund from the Marshall Plan. The first 11.000 flats for miners are nearly finished with the help of ERP. The new houses are modern, bright and friendly and have gardens and lawns and playgrounds for children.
c. Viscount Alexander becomes Honorary Indian Chieftain
In Alberta, Canada, Governor General Field Marshall Alexander became an honorary chieftain of the Blackfoot tribe. In a solemn ceremony, the Pale Face gets the traditional tribal marks and then the huge war bonnet of this tribe. An Indian dance led by the new honorary chieftain closes the gay and romantic ceremony.
d. World Speed Record for Small Cars, USA
The 60-year old Col. Gardner, England tries to break the world record for 1,5 liter cars. With his four-cylinder MG car he races over Salt Lake in Utah, USA. The control devices show a sensational result: Col. Gardner sets a new world record of 218 KPH against the former 191 KPH.
03. After The FDJ-Meeting
The Road Back
Return from the Communist "World Youth Festival" in Berlin. In Helmstedt 225 children from 10 to 15 years of age arrived. Children without childlike expressions and joy in life: locking black with faces which show dullness and early bitterness. That is the way children look who come from Communist camps and Communist Youth Festivals ... And the grown-ups? They did not look happier. In long gray columns they arrived at the zonal border near Helmstedt ... tired, dirty and vexed. On a sport field they were herded together into larger groups before being driven home. All propaganda material was confiscated. Then they were sent back to their home towns by special trains. While one group departs, new crowds of tired pedestrians arrive at the zonal border. Even as the dawn comes the sad ghost march winds through the woods. In Berlin, they marched by order for Stalin - here, they move slowly home without order. That is the dull reverse side and the bitter finale of the "World Youth Festival."
a. Water Polo Championships
The German Water Polo Championships 1951 in Hanover were a very exciting event. Six teams participated in the semi-final The final was played by SSF. Barmen and Wasserfreunde Wuppertal. The teams were so even that is was an open game to the end. After a hard battle, SSF. Barmen won by 4:3 and became again German water polo champions.
b. Boxing: Germany vs. USA
7.000 spectators saw the boxing bouts between Germany andUSA amateur teams. The competitions ended with a German victory. The Germans were superior in the light-weight classes, the Americans drew up slightly with their heavyweight fighters. The most important and exciting fight was the fight of the European champion Herbert Schilling and the American James Hackney, light-heavy-weights. Both fighters were quick, temperamental and aggressive. But graduallySchilling drew ahead, collected points and won on points. It was a fight whose high level was typical of the whole competition.
c. Rhine Sailing Week 1951
Rhine Sailing Week 1951 started with fine sailing weather. The regatta went from Brohl to Duesseldorf. Sailing boots of all classes participated. Near the Dragon Rock, the wind stiffened and many participators had to give up. But on the whole, the regatta was a visualization of all summer dreams and an impressive sporting show. Winner of the regatta was H. Wickern with "Mödmann."
d. Solitude Race
400.000 spectators at the world-famous Solitude race track near Stuttgart. In the motorcycle race with side-cars up to 500 ccm a sharp duell between Eric Oliver (England) Nr. 39 and the German Wiggerl Kraus Nr. 56 was expected but in the third round Oliver lost a wheel of the side-car and had to give up. Wiggerl Kraus won with an average speed of 113 KPH. The climax was the race of the half-liter motorcycles over 12 rounds - 138 kilometers with the best drivers and the fastest motorcycles in the world. From the first to the last round the four British drivers kept the lead followed by the German Schorsch Meier and Walter Zeller. World champion Duke (England) kept the lead and won by 1 hour 44,3 sec. with an average speed of 136 KPH - a new record on the Solitude track.
e. Archery Competitions, USA
With the bow and arrow the most famous marksmen of America compete in an archery competition in California. Russ Ransel from Cleveland became winner of the title. William Tell would be surprized. The apple shot is here only an exercise for beginners. One takes the stand, takes aim at the target, bends the bow - and the apple has an arrow in it.
Persons in the Film
Albers, Hans ; Viscount Alexander ; Duke, Joffe ; Gardner, Ava ; Hackney, James ; Kraus, Ludwig ; Meier, Georg ; Oliver, Eric ; Schilling, Herbert ; Zeller, Walter
Wiesbaden ; Hanover ; Stuttgart ; California ; Utah ; Düsseldorf ; Gelsenkirchen ; Zone boundary ; Helmstedt ; Seoul ; Canada ; Jamaica ; Kaesong
Sachindex Wochenschauen ; archery ; Boxes ; DDR ; Railways ; Border DDR/BRD, borders ; Viet Nam ; Disasters ; Children ; motor sports ; Medals, awards, honors ; Sailing ; Sports details, fouls ; Spoprt-Ehrungen ; sports audience, sports spectator ; Dance ; Korea ; Marshall plan ; People ; water polo ; Home ; Jobs ; aerial photographs ; Construction ; construction ; Mining ; Anniversaries, Jubilees, birthdays ; Sports honors ; aftermath of war
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