01 UN-Conference in Paris: Western powers present disarmament plan, Moscow rejects from Palais de Chaillot, totally. Eiffel Tower, previously UN flags. UN flags, large. Foreign Minister Wyshinsky welcomes Foreign Minister Eden, totally. Cameramen. Dean Acheson in addition to Eden, great. Eleanor Roosevelt among those present, total. Truman in radio address, big, talks about disarmament proposals. Wyshinsky goes to the lectern and speaks actuality, total and close to half. He rejects disarmament proposals and make their own proposals. Wyshinsky goes to his place and is complimented for the speech, close to half of the Soviet delegate Malik.
(47 m) 02 updates soon a. Göttingen: 200 year celebration of the Academy of Sciences crowd on the road. Car driving through crowd. Heuss gets out of car, half-close. Heuss as a listener of the celebration, close to half. Under Prime Minister Kopf listeners and the President of the Academy of Heisenberg, total. Heisenberg talks, half close, and receives congratulatory addresses of foreign scientists. People stand up and clap.
(17 m) b. Bonn: Heuss honors Davis - Cup team Heuss in the circle of the tennis player Gottfried von CRAMM, Ernst Buchholtz and Rolf Göpfert, half-close. Silver bay leaf, big. Heuss presented by CRAMM and Göpfert bay leaf, half-close.
(10 m) c. Bonn: Heuss receives U.S. - parliamentarians Villa Hammerschmidt, totally. Senators entered the House. Heuss with his American guests on the terrace, half-close.
(12 m) d. Berlin: air-raid shelter of the Reich Chancellery debris from the destroyed Reichstag building. Men with lamps go through underground passages under the Tiergarten Park. Bricked door leads to the East zone. The former air-raid shelter for diplomats and the Reich Chancellery bunker. Wine cellar of the Reich Chancellery.
(28 m) 03 Berlin: venom snake farm people pass on snake cages. Snakes in captivity. Cobra, it's great. Snake is taken out of cage, taken behind head and Venom taken from. Tarantulas in the cage. Scientist takes poison spider. Poison is filled in Arzeneiflaschen.
(43 m) 04. fashion and Carnival a. Bad Godesberg: winter fashion Jaques Fath mannequins on catwalk show fur coats. Day dress. Cocktail dress with wide 3/4 of long skirt. Dress with wide sleeves of fur. Evening dresses. Evening gown with veil stole.
(33 m) b. Cologne: Carnival start at the 11.11 Carnival. Swaying. Men in short shorts and striped stockings swaying. Camera celebrated with.
(19 m) 05 sport a. keel: Holstein Kiel - HSV 0:4 game scenes. Call boys, half-close. Game at the Kiel gate. Warning running out the door and catches ball. HSV shoots 1:0 cheering spectators. HSV shoots 2:0 players embrace. Viewers jump. HSV shoots 2 goals.
(35 m) b. Frankfurt: turn international match Germany - Switzerland bars Turner. Adalbert Dan Hutton in floor exercise. Josef Stadler, Lucerne, on the high bar. Audience clapping. Helmut Bantz on the horizontal bar.
(32 m) c. Florida: water ski water skier behind boat. Water skiers on small skis character run. Jump. Jump with rotation. Mass jump without falling.
01 Western powers present disarmament plan. the United Nations Conference in Paris - Moscow rejects from the bustle at the Palais de Chaillot in Paris. 60 delegations from around the world representing their States in the so far most significant meeting, attended by the United Nations. Soviet Russia Foreign Minister Wyshinsky welcomes Anthony Eden, which is again British Foreign Minister. The 6th General Assembly of the United Nations began with a highly political activity of the Western powers. The American Secretary of State Dean Acheson presented the major disarmament plan of the Western powers to the Assembly and called for the Soviet Government to prove their real desire for peace by contributing to this plan.
A few hours before President Truman had created a strong appeal to the Soviet Union in a radio address, to accept disarmament proposals of the United States, Britain and France as a basis for negotiation. In the following speech, the Soviet Foreign Minister Wyshinsky flatly rejected the peace plan of the West. He replied with the usual hate speech and a counter-proposal of Soviet style. Despite this abrupt reply, the Western powers will continue to strive for the realization of their all-encompassing disarmament plan. The cynical speech of Wyshinskys to which the Soviet delegate Malik congratulated him, is met with the public opinion of the free world only unanimous rejection.
02. updates soon: a. 200 anniversary of the Academy of Sciences of Göttingen three episodes from the weekly program of German President Heuss.
The old university town of Göttingen received the Federal President to the 200 anniversary of the Academy of Sciences. Over 400 significant scientists of the country and abroad took part in the great ceremony. Representatives of numerous foreign universities - including from Stockholm, Amsterdam, Helsinki, Bern, Vienna, London and Paris - handed over to the President of the Academy, Professor Heisenberg, congratulatory addresses.
(b). Von CRAMM when Heuss, a more pleasant duty for German President Heuss was Gottfried von CRAMM, Ernst Buchholtz and Rolf Göpfert, the ceremony of the German Davis Cup team. The President presented them with the silver Laurel leaf, the highest sports award of the Federal Republic.
c. Senators of United States at Heuss also received a delegation of American parliamentarians, who stayed some time in the capital city to study the Federal President. After congratulations greeting words, in which Professor Heuss particularly American aid for the reconstruction of Germany acknowledged, an informal get-together with American guests.
d. maze, Berlin research journey through the catacombs of Berlin. The labyrinth under the Tiergarten Park. During the clean-up work on the destroyed Reichstag building, the workers encountered underground passages and shelters of the Hitler'schen Government. The course system extends to the former Reich Chancellery and the Kroll Opera. Even deeper ones plants are the can be examined only if a ground water has been removed.
An another gang, the top Russians have blocked already leads in the eastern sector. Here the shelter for diplomats and here was for the former Government.
There are still the empty shelves in the wine cellars of the Reich Chancellery. Last witness of a chaotic destruction 03. Berlin: charitable poisonous snakes snake farm in the big city: 60 different reptiles from all over the world behind the glass walls of a small laboratory meander in the middle of Berlin. The Cobra also belongs to this useful snake pit. Because their otherwise dangerous venom, like that of their kind, is required in the chemical and pharmaceutical industries to produce soothing medicines. Every 10 days - oops - the dangerous farm residents on a glass table, come to secrete their venom. They are "milked", as the zoologist says. He can bite the snake in a glass bowl, in which the sprayed out poison is - collected charitable gift in the service of medical science.
These too are not pleasant contemporaries: bird-eating spiders and spider. Their venom is still stronger and more dangerous than that of snakes. As part of specific drugs, it helps in rheumatic diseases and certain other disorders. The healing gift is taken from the poison claws of spiders.
The Institute of medical biology provides research, which determines the recovery of the strange healing substance. So, poisonous snakes, poisonous spiders are involuntarily to - farm animals.
04. The season barometer promises: "wintry and volatile. Cheering up in sight."
a. Jacques Fath "winter volatile and increasingly covered" fashion show promises the season barometer of the French fashion Prophet Jacques Fath. In the Redoute in Bad Godesberg he showed during a charity event, as it considers most adapts to the wetterwendischen season.
A winter preview from the perspective of Paris: Variable and partially covered!
b. Carnival start cheering up in sight! You promise again in the Carnival Office of collected honor guards of the Prince Carnival.
As Prelude and preview of the upcoming off-camera time, Cologne celebrated the traditional prelude to the great Carnival of buffoonery and joie de vivre to the 11.11 at 11:11.
05. sports: a. football HSV. /. Holstein Kiel of the Hamburger Sportverein encountered Holstein Kiel.
(Hamburg in white shirts). It was a campaign loaded with tension and a bomb victory of Hamburg score in the Holstein Kiel Stadium. Even the rainy lawn could not affect the game driven by dynamics on both sides.
Great combinations get HSV. The sensation for the Northern German football community began with the first goal. Still in the first half, Hamburg rose to 2-0.
Despite good individual performances, Holstein was no goal.
The Hamburg lead rose to 3-0. Guests put the final point in the sensational battle 4-0.
b. gymnastics Switzerland. /. A convincing win in Germany in Frankfurt the German national-Turner team via the world champion team of Switzerland. Adalbert Dan Hutton, Germany, in a finished floor greasing.
Josef Stalder, Lucerne, surpassed all expectations of more than 10,000 spectators with his outstanding routine on the horizontal bar. But with surprise, judges and viewers experienced as was Helmut Bantz, Germany, with his brilliant performance of best single Turner of Länderkampfes. He led his team to a triumphant victory of Turner.
c. water skiing, Florida the top performances, which showed the American water ski luminaries in their training to the U.S. Championships in Florida were no less artistic.
Acrobatics on the smallest Wasserskieren of the world.
The world record in the long jump is available to more than 27 meters.
This master of the water jump added even a playful turn.
Finally, a rapid mass water jump of master quadrille.
01. The United Nations In Paris - The Western Powers' Plan for Disarmament
Intense activity in the Palais de Chaillot in Paris. 60 delegations from all parts of the world represent their nations in what may prove the most important General Assembly of the United Nations. Soviet Foreign Minister Vishinsky greets Anthony Eden, who is again British Foreign Minister. The 6th General Assembly of the United Nations started with political activity by the Western powers. The American Secretary of State Dean Acheson delivered the great disarmament plan of the Western powers and asked the Soviet government to prove its will for peace by co-operating with this plan. Only a few hours earlier, President Truman had appealed emphatically over the radio to the Soviet Union to accept the clearly outlined propositions for disarmament by the United States, Great Britain and France as a basis for negotiations. In the speech which followed, Soviet Foreign Minister Vishinsky refused to consider the peace plan of the West. He replied with the well-known tirades of hate and a Soviet-model counter-proposal. In spite of this rude answer, the Western Powers will continue to strive for the realisation of their great disarmament plan. The cynical speech of Vishinsky - on which Malik congratulated him - is unanimously rejected by the free world.
02. Actualities in Brief
a. 200 Years. Academy of Science, Göttingen
Three episodes from this week's program of Federal President Heuss: the old university town of Göttingen welcomed the Federal President for the 200th anniversary of the Academy of Science. More than 400 scientists from Germany and abroad participated in this ceremony. Representatives of many foreign universities - among others from the universities of Stockholm, Amsterdam, Helsinki, Bern, Vienna, London and Paris - presented congratulatory addresses to the President of the Academy Professor Heisenberg.
b. "Silver Laurel" for the Davis Cup Team
Another pleasing duty of the President of the German Federal Republic was the honoring of the German Davis Cup team. Gottfried von Cramm, Ernst Buchholtz and Rolf Göpfert. The President presented them with the "Silver Laurel" the highest sport distinction of the Federal Republic.
c. US Legislators in Bonn
The President of the Federal Republic welcomed a delegation of American legislators who visited the capital of the Federal Republic. After a hearty welcoming speech, in which Professor Heuss expressed appreciation of American help for German recovery, an informal social gathering took place.
d. Labyrinth, Berlin
Voyage of discovery through the catacombs of Berlin, the labyrinth under the Tiergarten. While clearing the rubble of the destroyed Reichstag, workmen discovered underground passages and air raid shelters for Hitler's members of the government. The passages lead from the former Reichs Chancellery to the Kroll Opera House. Other passages can only be examined when the water is pumped out. Another passage leads to the Eastern Sector of Berlin, but the Russians walled it up. This was the air raid shelter for diplomats. In the wine cellar of the former Reichs Chancellery are still the empty shelves - last witnesses of the chaotic downfall of the Reich.
Poisonous Snakes as Benefactors
Snake farm in a big city: in Berlin, 60 different snakes from all parts of the world live behind glass in a small laboratory. This cobra belongs to this useful snake pit, as their dangerous serpent's venom is necessary for many medicines. Every 10 days they are put on a glass table, and their poison is drained off. The zoologist lets the snake bits a glass bowl into which the poison is collected healing poison for use in science. These spiders are also not lovable. Their poison is sometimes even stronger than serpent's venom. As part of special medicines it helps against rheumatism. The heeling poison is taken from the jaws of the spiders. The Institute for Medical Biology distributes this strange medicine.
04. The Barometer of the Season Says:
a. "Wintry and Changable. Good Prospects for Brightening Up"
"Wintry and changable: cover up!" says the barometer of the French designer Jacques Fath. In the Redoute in Bad Godesberg he showed his latest creations. A wintry preview. changable, and partly covered.
b. Good prospects for brightening up - that is the promise of the Honor Guard of Prince Carnival. As the start for the coming carnival, Cologne celebrated the traditional prelude on November 11th, eleven hours eleven minutes.
a. Football. HSV Hamburg vs. Holstein Kiel
The Hamburg Sport Club met Holstein Kiel (Hamburg white shirts). It was an exciting game and a great victory for Hamburg. Even the slippery field could not influence the two teams. With the first goal, sensations began. After the first half, Hamburg scored another goal. In spite of good individual performances, Holstein could not score a single goal. This game was wen by Hamburg with 4:0.
b. Gymnastics. Switzerland vs. Germany
In Frankfurt, the German gymnastics team won over the world champions from Switzerland. Adalbert Dickhut, Germany, during his excellent performance. Josef Stalder, Switzerland, suprized the 10.000 spectators by his outstanding skill. But Helmuth Bantz, Germany, surpassed the Swiss World Champion. He was the best single gymnast and led his team to victory.
c. Water Skiing
The American water-ski champions showed their skill during their training for the American Championships.
A performance on the smallest water-skis in the world. World record for the high-jump is 85 feet, but this aquatic acrobat adds a new twist.
Finally: a mass jump by specialists.
Persons in the Film
Bantz, Helmut ; Buchholz, Ernst ; Acheson, Dean ; Eden, Anthony ; Heisenberg, Werner ; Heuss, Theodor ; Kopf, Hinrich ; Malik, Jakob ; Roosevelt, Franklin Delano ; Truman, Harry ; Wyschinsky ; Cramm von, Gottfried ; Dickhut, Adalbert ; Göpfert, Rolf ; Stalder, Josef ; Warning, Walter
Bonn ; Kiel ; Frankfurt ; Florida ; Paris ; Cologne ; Göttingen ; Bad Godesberg ; Berlin ; United States
Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Higher education ; cameramen, cameramen ; Carnival ; Flags ; Carnival ; Football ; Medals, awards, honors ; Spoprt-Ehrungen ; sports audience, sports spectator ; 99.412 Deutsche week show GmbH: State visits (outside) ; Cities ; Animals (except dogs) ; Debris ; Gymnastics ; UN ; Buildings ; automotive engineering, automotive ; People ; water skiing ; Surfing ; Science ; Fashion ; Anniversaries, Jubilees, birthdays ; Japan ; Sports honors ; aftermath of war
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