1. San Francisco: 49 Nations make peace with Japan politician's arrival. Arrival of Japanese Prime Minister Joshida, total. Soviet Union, Poland and Czech Republic refuse peace treaty. Gromyko speaks, half-close. Representative of Poland speaks and exceed the speaking time. Chairman Dean Acheson interrupts speech. Truman speaks after acceptance of the peace agreement, original sound. Delegates clap.
a. fighting in Korea fire of guns soldiers (51 m) 2 updates in the near future. Scavenged weaponry of Russian origin. Dropping a bomb of the air force. Impacts and explosions.
(20 m) b. Bonn: silent March by former POWs men for silent March in memory of the prisoners of war in Russia. Poster "We remember", man behind barbed wire.
(12 m) c. Borneo: Coronation of Sultan Sultan sits on throne. Sultan and woman decorated. Military marches. Coronation train.
03. opening of the "Berliner festwochen" Kurfürstendamm (19 m). Poster of the Festival. Poster of the appearance Erna Bergers receives sticker sold out. Illuminated Schillertheater. Right of way of the guests. Performance of 'William tell'. Rütlischwur scene without sound. City Opera: world premiere of the musical comedy "Fantasies to Camelot" by Malipiero. Ballet dancing. Grunewald hunting lodge: Leo sheet conducted Mozart's "Little night music". Listeners in the open air outside the Castle. Schöneberg Town Hall: rally. On the balcony Heuss Friedrich Eberts widow and his son Karl Ebert, half-close. People wave. Heuss speaks, total, hidden microphones, o-ton: "Friedrich Eberts name is also in the workers and citizens layers of Soviet-occupied space alive remained, if also but the political power of the Soviets To try to make you forget about his own nature and work and take his name in vain." Unveiling of the bust of Friedrich Eberts, large Messegelände am Funkturm: motor show - cars in Hall, total. VW booth. Poster full of VWs. VW buses. VW-Special Edition for Haile Selassie in ivory with gold leaf and Leopardskin. Porsche, Mercedes 300, NSU race motorcycle.
(102 m) 04 sports a. car race at the borderland ring Hans Stuck in the race car opts for glasses, half-close. Start the formula 2 cars. Cars on the track. Hans Stuck on AFM WINS. Official waving banner. Hans Stuck laughing, great.
(21 m) b. United States: training Sugar Ray Robinson and Randolph Turpin Robinson forest run with three boys. Two spectators with boxer dog. Training fight Robinson. Turpin at the jump rope and exercise combat. Turpin, great.
(19 m) c. Baden Baden: professional dance tournament "Grand Prix of Europe" couples on the dance floor. Pair of England wins the European Championship.
(17 m) d. Detmold: German championship of roller skate Kürlauf of medalists in pair skating, Ria Baran and Paul Falk, tall and half close.
49 Nations peace 1st in San Francisco with Japan in San Francisco, at the same place at the over 6 years ago, the United Nations Charter was signed, 52 Nations at the peace conference with Japan met. The Japanese Prime Minister Joshida arrives.
The Conference ended with the solemn conclusion of a peace treaty with Japan through the representatives of 49 free Nations. Only 3 States refused to give the signature, the Soviet Union, Poland and the Czechoslovakia. The Soviet representative Gromyko always again sharply opposed the conclusion of the contract.
In the same key of hatred and of vilification, the delegates of the Soviet satellite Poland was made. Because it doesn't adhere to the prescribed time, the Dean Acheson of Chairman of urges him to release the Panel for the next speaker. It takes a long time until the Polish delegate breaks off his tirade of hatred and propaganda swollen. The unanimous decision of the 49 free Nations asserted itself against the Communist Quertreibereien.
This result underlines the words of President Trumans, who had said this historic meeting about the deeper meaning: "this Conference is who wants peace and who seeks to prevent him prove. If we go to the table of the peace conference, so let's be free of malice and hatred, so that from now on there is neither winner nor defeated, but only equal partners of peace among us."
02. updates soon: a. fighting in Korea while the Armistice negotiations as a result of the Communist delay tactics still in limbo, the war in Korea continues. General van fleet inspects captured weapons of Soviet origin.
At the front the troops of the UN the Communists entrenched on the mountains shooting at, to prevent any red surprise offensive effectively. Fog and rain complicate their task. But the air force of the United Nations relentlessly attacking the enemy and showered his hidden strongholds with a hail of destruction. The results show smoke and Red stains on the sky.
b. silent March, Bonn, former Wehrmacht members who got together for a returning meeting in Bonn, undertook a silent March through the streets of the capital.
Wanted to remember so that their comrades on the fate, who languish still in prisoner of war camps.
According to existing records, today countless German prisoners of war located in Soviet camps.
c. new Sultan, Borneo In the British reserve of Brunei on Borneo was crowned a new King with all the fabulous pomp of the East.
The young Sultan Omar Ali Sikrodin is the 28hp Regent of the exotic country. His Crown is heavily encrusted with precious stones.
Highlight of the Festival is the great Coronation train through the streets of the capital: snapshots from the Wonderland 03. "Berliner festwochen" inaugurated "Wilhelm Tell", Ballet a., little night music the "Berliner festwochen 1951" were - and the city that has seen so much pain and worry, is now devoted to festive events and significant events in all areas of international representation. For guests from all over the world, plenty offers of vision and experience values.
In a big party and State ceremony, German President Heuss opened the Festival in the newly built theatres and gave this beautiful and modern stage the population of Berlin at the same time.
The Schiller Theatre opened with a solid performance of Schiller's "Wilhelm Tell".
Every day there are new artistic events: in the STÄDTISCHE Oper an impressive premiere of the musical comedy "Fantasies to Callot" by Malipiero, with the colourful highlight of the 'Carnival in Rome". In the Court of the hunting Castle Grunewald, Leo conducted Mozart's "Little night music" sheet-a romantic serenade on the edge of the turbulent city.
b. unveiling the bust of Ebert before the Schöneberg City Hall revealed German President Heuss the bust of the first German Reich President Ebert. The widow Friedrich Eberts and his son, the Württemberg Baden State Parliament deputies Karl Ebert, attended the ceremony. Professor Heuss Ebert called "a symbolic figure for the German unit, which is based on free citizenship."
(Original sound: "Friedrich Ebert's name is also in the workers and citizens layers of Soviet-occupied space alive remained, if also but the political power of the Soviets To try to make you forget about his own nature and work and take his name in vain.")
Then, the bust of Friedrich Eberts was unveiled under the chiming of the Liberty Bell.
(c). Motor Show as a giant magnet moved Geneva International Auto Show huge crowds of interested professionals and lay people to the fairgrounds at the radio tower. One of the more amusing places is the Volkswagen-Special Edition for the Abyssinian Emperor Haile Selassie in ivory with gold leaf and Leopard skin, a super luxury Volkswagen.
Seven Nations in the 12 halls show their latest types.
626-vehicles are compliant.
Here the new Mercedes 300.
All stands a wealth of new ideas, forms and design principles.
04. sports: a. borderland ring race final of the Motorsport season on the borderland ring. Hans Stuck on AFM was favorite in the racing class formula 2. But best international competition was against him. Paul Greif proved a dangerous rival of the old master to on BMW self-construction.
The 200,000 spectators saw exciting duels on Germany's fastest race track. Hans Stuck drove the 12 rounds like his best days and won, celebrated and cheered, with an average speed of 206, 3 km/h.
b. training Turpin - Robinson final training by Sugar Ray Robinson for the world title in the middleweight division before his big fight of revenge against Randolph Turpin. Robinson coached this time hard and persistently, to reclaim the title, the Englishman Turpin in July so surprisingly snatched him in London.
But also world champion Turpin was preparing in his American training camp with utmost concentration on the big fight.
The meeting of the two matadors in New York is the sensation of the world of the box.
c. dance tournament, Baden-Baden found Instead of a gentler competition in the Kurhaus in Baden-Baden: the professional dance tournament "Grand Prix of Europe".
The eleven best pairs from Europe and overseas to tango and Rumba sounds fought for the Championship of dance sport. England, Australia and the Netherlands came into the final round.
Finally, England won couple No. 3, the European Championships on the dance floor.
d. roller skating Championships, Detmold dance on roller skates were in complete Ria Baran and Paul Falk, German roller skating Championships in Detmold.
To delighted viewers, in pair skating with its sleek elegance and the clockwork-like precision of their performance.
Despite strong competition, they won out the victory.
The couple Falk won for his tenth League title, five in the skating and five on the tarmac.
01. San Francisco:
49 Nations Make Peace With Japan
At San Francisco, where 6 years ago the Charter of the United Nations was signed, 52 nations met for the Japanese peace treaty conference. The Japanese Minister-President Yoshida arrives. The conference ended with the signing of a peace treaty with Japan by the delegates from 49 free nations. Only three states refused to sign: Soviet Russia, Poland and Czechoslovakia. The Soviet Russian delegate Gromyko again and again tried to delay the signing of the treaty. The same malicious tirades were uttered by the delegate of Soviet-satellite Poland. Because his time for speaking had expired, Mr. Acheson as Chairman asked the delegate to finish his speech. But it took a long time before his tirades of hate were halted. The united determination of the free nations won over the Communist intrigue. The result of the conference is underlined by the statement of President Truman: "This conference will show who seeks to make peace and who seeks to put an end to it. As we approach the peace table let us be free of malice and hate and from here on there shall be neither victor nor vanquished among us, but only equals in the cause of peace".
02. Actualities in Brief
While the truce talks hang still in the balance on account of the Communist delay manouevres, the war in Korea goes on. General van Fleet looks over captured enemy equipment of Russian manufacture. At the front, the UN troops launch a violent assault on Communist mountain strongholds to hold off any surprise offensive. Fog and rain make the task tougher. But the UN Airforce attacks the enemy and pours destruction over his strongholds. Smoke and fire at the skyline show the affect of the bombing.
b. Silent March, Bonn
Former German soldiers who gathered for a meeting in Bonn, marched silently through the streets of the capital of the Federal Republic. They wanted to remember the fate of their comrades who are still in prison camps. The existence of documents proves that numerous prisoners of war are still in Soviet prison camps.
c. New Sultan, Borneo
The British protectorate of Brunei in Borneo saw the crowning of a new monarch with all oriental splendour. The young Sultan Omar Ali Sikrodin is the 28th ruler of this exotic land. His crown is heavy with jewels. Highlight of the ceremony was the big coronation procession through the streets of the capital. At the top of the procession the royal spear wearers: flashes from fairy-land.
03. Berlin Festival Opened
a. Schiller Theater, Ballet, Concert
The "Berlin Festival" has begun and the town which saw so much sorrow now sees festive and important cultural events. For guests from all over the world, remarkable performances are to be seen. Federal President Heuss opened the festival and presented the rebuilt Schiller Theater to the population of Berlin. The theater was opened with "William Tell" by Schiller. Every new day brought a new event. The State Opera House showed "Callot Phantasy" by Malipiero with the ballet "Carnival In Rome" as its highlight. At the Grunewald Jagdschloss, Mozarts' "Little Night Music" was played under the baton of Leo Blech.
b. Unveiling Of The Friedrich Ebert Bust
In front of the Schöneberg Town Hall, Federal President Heuss unveiled a bust of Friedrich Ebert, first German President of the Reich. His widow and his son, the deputy to the diet of Wurttemberg-Baden, attended the ceremony. Professor Heuss called Ebert a symbol of that German unity which is founded on freedom. Original Sound "Friedrich Ebert's name is still well known in the Soviet Zone of Germany, even if the Soviets try to sink it in oblivion and to misuse his name". Then under the ringing of the Freedom Bell, the bust of Friedrich Ebert was unveiled.
c. Auto Show
Like a giant magnet, the Auto Show in the Mess Halls near the Radio Tower attracted huge crowds of interested experts and laymen. One of the most remarkable exhibits was the special Volkswagen (People's Car) for theNegus Haile Selassie of Abyssinia: it is a car with ivory, gold and leopard fur. In 12 halls, seven nations show their newest car models. 626 cars and motorcycles are on show. This is the new Mercedes 300.
a. Grenzlandring Race
The car-racing season comes to an end. The last race was on the Grenzlandring, Germany' fastest track. Favorite of the race for No. II cars was Hans Stuck in an AFM. But international champions raced against him. Paul Greifzu, BMW, was his most dangerous rival. 200.000 spectators saw interesting duels. Hans Stuck drove the 12 rounds in his old way, and won the race with an average speed of 206,3 KPH.
b. Training Robinson and Turpin
Sugar Ray Robinson prepares for his return bout against Randolph Turpin for the middle weight world champion title. Robinson trains hard and in earnest to re-conquer the title which he lost in July to Turpin in London. But World Champion Turpin also prepares for his great fight. The meeting of these two masters of boxing in New York will be the sensation of the international boxing world.
c. Dancing Tournament
At Baden-Baden Kurhaus a dancing tournament for the "Grand Prize of Europe" took place. The eleven best couples from Europe and overseas participated. The teams from England, Australia and the Netherlands came into the final round. Finally, England won: pair No. 3 became the new European dancing champions.
d. Roller Skating Championships, Detmold
Dance on roller skates was shown by Ria Baran and Paul Falk at the Roller Skating Championships in Detmold. They delighted the audience by their elegance. In spite of strong competition, Baran-Falk won their 10th title: five for ice skating and five for roller skating.
Persons in the Film
Baran, Ria ; Acheson, Dean ; Blech, Leo ; Ebert, Friedrich ; Gromyko, Andrej ; Heuss, Theodor ; Joshida ; Truman, Harry ; Falk, Ria ; Robinson, Sugar Ray ; Stuck, Hans ; Turpin, Randolph
Border ring ; United States ; Detmold ; Berlin ; Bonn ; Korea ; Borneo ; Baden-Baden ; San Francisco ; San Francisco
Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Boxes ; Demonstrations ; Monuments ; Returnees, evacuees, Outlander ; festivals ; motor sports ; Musical events ; Night ; Pacts ; Political events ; skating ; Sports details, fouls ; sports audience, sports spectator ; Cities ; Dance ; Korea ; automotive industry ; War, prisoners of war ; Coronations ; Cultural events ; People ; Contracts ; Weapons ; Exhibitions ; aftermath of war
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