01 1st 2nd anniversary of the founding of the Federal Republic flags in front of the Federal House. German flag, great. Heuss upon arrival with geschientem arm, half-close. Flags of the countries on the wall of the Chamber. Adenauer speaking totally, half close to the original sound. "On this day we commemorate with special love Berlin and the German brothers and sisters behind the iron curtain. We ask them to stand steadfast and determined. The day of the peaceful restoration of German unity will come."
(32 m) 02 D train breaks through the iron curtain small station. Train from the Czech Republic on track. Refugees who came by train from the train. Dispatcher talks about escape, original sound with his family and baby on her arm. "Why have they fled with your colleagues with your 24, from Czechoslovakia?" "This was due to political terror in us." "Can you talk the group for all? All because of political terrorist escaped?" "Yes, all, all." "What's over in Czechoslovakia? Is there an internal resistance?" "Now, it is possible, because we are 80% against regime."
(34 m) 03 updates in the near future a. San Francisco: Japanese peace treaty Gromyko at the lectern, total. Dean Acheson, half-close. Gromyko leaves the room in protest. Dean Acheson signs the peace treaty. Joshida signs, half-close.
(23 m) b. Eisenhower, an honorary citizen of Marnes la Coquette Eisenhower immediately, is half-close. Awarding of honorary citizenship. Eisenhower next to Mamie Eisenhower, half close, beckoning.
(15 m) c. Eisenhower during autumn manoeuvres in Northern Germany Eisenhower passes through terrain. Montgomery runs in an open car. Soldiers in the manoeuvres of European troops. Tank. Soldiers at the gun. Stealth tank. Aircraft. Eisenhower as an observer, half-close.
(29 m) d. Munich: Silesians meeting sign welcome Silesians. Costume groups. Appearance of Krakonoš. Mass on the Königsplatz. Emperor speaks, half-close.
(19 m) e. Frankfurt: peace prize of the German book trade for Albert Schweitzer Heuss geschientem arm at the lectern. Albert Schweitzer, half-close. Heuss presented the award to Schweitzer. Albert Schweitzer speaks of flower-decked podium, totally original sound. "Nobody in the world can today received the peace prize for performance, that is obvious, but everyone must accept him only as an encouragement for what he wants to do with simplicity and humility for the idea of peace."
(25 m) 04 sports a. Berlin: International Athletics Festival during the Festival weeks 110 m hurdles: race in ZL. Zepernick runs and WINS in 14.8 seconds. Presentation of Cup, half-close. 5000 m race: Herbert Schade goes into the lead and won in 14 minutes, 22 seconds.
(22 m) b. Stuttgart: Hockey - international match Germany - Switzerland 4-1 game. Swiss player score 1 goal. Terrier in addition to spectator. Bulli. Germany storms and score goal. Total viewers. Germany will score the 1st goal shortly before the end.
(24 m) c. Helsinki: Olympic buildings capture of the city from above. Stadium. Great tower of the stadium. Pan across Stadium with empty seats. The swimming stadium. Craftsmen in the stadium. The velodrome with two riders, totally. Buildings of the Olympic village.
(37 m) 05. Frankfurt: wrestling Primo Carnera - Kurt toe both wrestler in the ring in fight. Laughing spectators, half-close. Wrestling on the floor and Cap. Referee whistles. Carnera won.
01 Federal Republic commits national day of commemorating the second anniversary of the founding of the German Federal Republic was in whole Germany and the free Berlin solemnly committed. Highlight of the national day of remembrance of the German people was the ceremony in the Bonn Federal Parliament.
Federal Chancellor Dr. Adenauer said in the day Parliament of especially the German East, its uniting with West Germany was prevented by the Communist arbitrariness to this day.
(Original sound: "to this day think we with special love of Berlin and the German brothers and sisters behind the iron curtain.)
We ask them to stand steadfast and determined. The peaceful restoration of German unity will come a day".)
02. D-train breaks iron curtain with the D train to freedom. An adventurous chapter in the struggle for freedom of the people behind the iron curtain. This scheduled Prague D train, the locomotive driver and 24 Czech citizens over the border fled to Selb in Bavaria. At breakneck speed, the train ran through the Czech border. The Communist terrorist has escaped, asked passengers to asylum in the Federal Republic as political refugees. A revealing episode, which illustrated the existence under Communist pressure hitting. The Czech train dispatcher who had fled with his family in a newsreel interview reported: (original sound: "why you escaped with your colleagues with your 24, from Czechoslovakia?) This was due to political terror in us.
Can you speak for all of this group? All because of political terrorist escaped? Yes, all, all.
What's the over in Czechoslovakia on the? Is there an internal resistance? Now, it is possible, because we are 80% against regime.")
03. updates in the near future: a. Japanese peace treaty, the Japanese Peace Conference is finished. Until the last moment, the Soviet delegate Gromyko tried to prevent the conclusion of the peace treaty.
But the overwhelming majority of the free world and voted for a resumption of Japan's in the circle of free Nations. Gromyko demonstratively left the session.
The solemn ceremony reaches its climax: 49 Nations signed the peace treaty. For the United States: Secretary of State Dean Acheson.
Finally, Prime Minister Joshida is Japan, his name on the historic document.
b. Eisenhower, honorary citizen of honoring people of Marnes la Coquette is General Eisenhower.
The suburb of Paris, which the Commander of the Atlantic forces Pact serves as a residence, was appointed honorary citizens the General and his wife. A small town pays tribute to a great man.
(c). Maneuvers in Northern Germany from France came to General Eisenhower to the great autumn manoeuvres in Northern Germany in which participated also the British Marshal Montgomery. The British manoeuvres involved troops from the United States, France, Holland, Denmark, Norway and Belgium.
Through such military merger and joint exercises, Europe is always more strengthened against any aggression.
In particular, the tactical cooperation between air and land forces was tested.
Over 100,000 men from 7 Nations participated in the Allied maneuvers.
d. Silesians meeting, Munich, the Bavarian capital was marked by the large Federal meeting of the Silesians. It was a celebration of love of the homeland and a rally of the never dwindling hope of a return to the areas of or and Neiße. Among the costumes and symbols of the unforgettable home: Rübezahl, the mountain's Specter of the giant mountains. On a rally on Munich's Königsplatz, the displaced once again proclaimed their right on their old home. The representative of the Federal Government appealed to the conscience of the world to make up for the wrongs committed on the displaced.
e. Peace Prize for Prof. Schweitzer, German President Heuss presented the outstanding theologian and physician Albert Schweitzer "Peace prize of the German book trade". This ceremony of the major scientist and silent missionary of humanity took place in the festively decorated Paulskirche.
(Original sound: "nobody in the world can today received the peace prize for performance, that is obvious, but everyone must accept him only as an encouragement for what he wants to do with simplicity and humility for the idea of peace.")
04. sports a. athletics, Berlin during the Berlin Festival weeks also the sport has its festive season. One was the international athletics meeting in the Mommsen Stadium.
The post-war best Zepernick (white trousers) won the 110-meter hurdles in 14.8 seconds.
In the 5,000 m race, the German record man Herbert Schade again showed his excellent form. He increased his lead from round to round and only the Swede Albertson could follow first. But he finally fell back. The cheers of the audience, Herbert Schade won with 14 minutes, 22 seconds.
b. Hockey win Germany's hockey international match Switzerland Germany. The Switzerland (white trousers) and Germany had its first post-war meeting in Stuttgart, Germany. In the 14th minute goal for the Switzerland.
But now, Germany has been more and more superior. The German striker series repeatedly besieged Swiss goal.
Here the 3rd goal for Germany.
Shortly before the end of the game, Germany increased its success on 4:1 c. Olympic Stadium, Finland Helsinki: architectural preview of the Olympic Games of 1952. The giant Tower of Helsinki's new stadium has become a symbol of the Finnish capital. The white town in the far North has offered up everything, to give a festive setting for peaceful competition of the world's best athletes.
The swimming pool is equipped with heating systems.
Here and there lay the artisan finishing touches to the buildings where the great Olympic competition will take its historical course.
The new velodrome.
The Olympic village can accommodate more than 5,000 athletes. In addition, 50,000 guests from all over the world are expected. Finland is ready to give them all a big reception.
d. mammoths of the mat Carnera struggles against toe In the Hoppezelt in Frankfurt struggled 2 mammoths of the mat: the former boxing champion Primo Carnera, 2 m 05 high, and – in the picture on the right - the German wrestler giant toe, still 12 cm larger.
The two giants were in crashing peak. A biceps duel, in which it was tremendously. Primo Carnera won in the third round. Toe survived the defeat with gnashing teeth.
01. The Federal Republic Celebrates Its National Commemoration Day
The 2nd anniversary of the foundation of the German Federal Republic was celebrated in Western Germany and in Free Berlin. Highlight of the national commemoration day was the State ceremony in the German Bundeshouse.
Federal Chancellor Adenauer remembered particularly the German Eastern Provinces, whose re-union with Western Germany is hindered by Communist despotism.
Original Sound: "To-day we remember Berlin and the German brothers and sisters beyond the Iron Curtain We ask them to stand firm. The day of a peaceful re-union will come."
02. A Train Breaks Through The Iron Curtain
By train to freedom. An adventurous chapter from the struggle for freedom of people beyond the Iron Curtain.
On this regular train from Prague, the engine-driver and 24 Czches fled to Selb in Bavaria. At full speed the train drove through the Czech border station. Safe from Communist terror, the travellers asked for permission to stay in the Federal Republic as political refugees. An informative episode which illustrates life under Communist pressure. The Czech trafficsuperintendant, who took his whole family along, said in an interview:
Original Sound: "Why did you flee together with 24 other Czechs?" "We fled because of political terror." "Can you speak for the whole group? Did they all flee because of political terror?" "Yes, all of them." "How is life to-day in Czechoslovakia? Is there a resistance movement?" "It is possible, because 80% of the population are against the government."
03. Actualities in Brief:
a. Peace Conference, San Francisco
The Japanese peace conference comes to an end. Until the last moment, Soviet delegate Gromyko tried to prevent the signing of the treaty. But the overwhelming majority of the free world voted for a re-admission of Japan into the union of free nations. Gromyko walks out on the conference. The solemn ceremony reaches its climax: 49 nations sign the peace treaty. Secretary of State Dean Acheson signs for the United States. Premier Yoshida signs for Japan.
b. Eisenhower Becomes Honorary Citizen
The population of Marnes La Coquette honors General Eisenhower. This suburb of Paris where the Supreme Commander of the Atlantic Pact Forces lives now made the general and his wife honorary citizens. A small town honors a great man.
c. Maneuvres in North Germany
General Eisenhower came from France to attend the big maneuvres in North Germany, which were also attended by British Field Marshall Montgomery. Troops from the United States, Great Britain, France, the Netherlands, Denmark, Norway and Belgium participated. The tactical cooperation of air and ground forces was specially tested. By these international maneuvres Europe will gain strength against agression. 100.000 men from seven nations participated in the maneuvres.
d. Meeting of the Silesians
The Bavarian capital was the scene of a great meeting of the Silesians. It was a feast of love for the lost homeland and a demonstration of enduring hope for a return to the land east of the Oder and Neisse River. Among the costumes and symbols of the unforgotten homeland: Old Nip, the spirit of the Riesengebirge. In a mass-meeting on Munich's King's Square, the refugees proclaimed again their right to the homeland. Representatives of the Federal government appealed to the conscience of the whole world to rectify the unjustice done to these peoples.
e. "Peace Prize" for Prof. Schweitzer
Federal President Heuss presented to the outstanding theologian and physician Albert Schweitzer the "Peace Prize of the German Bookselling-Trade," The honour to this distinguished scientist and missionary of humantiy took place in St. Paul's Church in Frankfurt.
Original Sound:"Nobody has the right to receive the Peace Prize for a deed which is obvious. One can only receive it as an encouragement for what he should do with simplicity and humility for the ideal of peace."
a. Athletics, Berlin
During the Berlin Festival, sport had its festive days too. One was the International Athletic Meet in the Mommsen Stadium. The 110 meter high-hurdles was won by Zepernick (white shorts) in 14,8 sec. The 5.000 meters was won by Schade in 14,22 minutes. Only the Swede Albertson could get near him, but he fell back shortly before the finish.
b. Hockey: Switzerland vs. Germany
Hockey match between Switzerland and Germany. Switzerland (white shorts) and Germany had their first post war meeting in Stuttgart, A goal for Switzerland. But Germany put on more and more speed. The German forwards besieged the Swiss goal. The 3rd goal for Germany. The match ended 4:1 for Germany.
c. Olympic Stadium, Helsinki
Helsinki: an architectural preview of the Olympic Games of 1952. The huge tower of the new stadium in Helsinki is already a landmark of the Finnish capital. The white town in the North is making every effort to give a festal frame to the peaceful competitions of the sportsmen from all over the world. The swimming stadium is equipped with a heating system. Worksmen finish the buildings in which the games will take place. The new track for bicycle races. The Olympic village will house more than 5.000 sportsmen. 50.000 spectators are expected. Finland is ready to give them a festive reception.
d. Mammoths Of The Mat
At Frankfurt's Hoppe Tent, two mammoths of the mat wrestled: the former world champion boxer Primo Camera, 2,05 meters (on the right) and the German wrestler Zehe, 2,17 meters. The two giants were in excellent condition. Primo Carnera won in the 3rd round.
Persons in the Film
Acheson, Dean ; Adenauer, Konrad ; Eisenhower, Dwight ; Eisenhower, Mamie ; Gromyko, Andrej ; Heuss, Theodor ; Joshida ; Kaiser, Jakob ; Montgomery, Bernhard ; Schweitzer, Albert ; Carnera, Primo ; Schade, Herbert ; Zehe, Kurt ; Zepernik
Berlin ; Stuttgart ; Frankfurt ; Helsinki ; Munich ; Bonn ; Selb ; Korea ; Bavaria ; France ; San Francisco ; San Francisco ; North Germany
Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Customs ; Railways ; Interviews ; Flags ; Refugees ; Olympic Games 1952 ; Medals, awards, honors ; Pacts ; Policy ; Political events ; Rings ; Spoprt-Ehrungen ; sports audience, sports spectator ; sports facilities ; Costumes ; Buildings ; Athletics, jogging, fun run ; Maneuver ; Contracts ; Distributed ; Hockey ; Cinema commercials ; Anniversaries, Jubilees, birthdays ; German 99.169 weekly show GmbH: ; Policy ; Sports honors ; aftermath of war
Translated by Microsoft Translator