01 policy of the week a. Paris: meeting of the political Committee of the United Nations Dean Acheson, great. Representatives of Colombia, Chile and China. The Soviet delegate Malik, half close, again rejects disarmament proposals.
(12 m) b. Adenauer in Paris the French Foreign Ministry, great. Adenauer going up stairs, total. Adenauer between Dean Acheson and Schuman, half-close. Swivel to Schuman and Eden. Handshake Schumann-Adenauer. (Abolition of the occupation Statute)
(12 m) c. Rome: Council of the Atlantic Pact States deputies go up stairs. Courtroom. The Canadian Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Pearson, speaks, half-close. (UN and Atlantic Pact are organizations of peace)
(16 m) 02. The flood disaster in Italy flood in the area of the Po. Trees in the water. Map with trace of the flooding area. People drive in boat by road. Man wearing cat. Men wading with household goods by water. Weeping woman. Woman with headscarf in boat, great. House collapses. Furniture on barges. People cook on top of stove outdoors. Helicopter. Aerial view of the flooding area.
(44 m) 03 Rotterdam and Bremerhaven: Atlantic - army grows flags in Rotterdam. Eisenhower speaks to Canadian troops, half-close. Soldiers March past at Eisenhower. Eisenhower greeted arriving U.S. troops before troop in Bremerhaven.
(27 m) 04. Rome: Pope Pius announced the new Holy basin of the bishops at St. Peter's. Pope Pius supported on litter. Pope Pius on throne Chair at Holy pronouncement. Swivel to the dome of the Cathedral. Indoor shots. The mortal remains of Padre Ignazio da Laconi in glass coffin.
(35 m) 05. Copenhagen: explosion accident in the Marina fire extinguishing beam. Unloading operations at night. Destroyed houses in the Navy arsenal. King Frederik at the scene, close to half. Damaged truck. Accident, total.
(26 m) 06. colorful image gallery a. Amsterdam: competition of the makeup artist makeup artist at work. Replica of Emperor Napoleon III. Free mask formation. Faces and big monster.
(17 m) b. Paris: handbag fashion mannequin sits down with handbag on sofa. Small, heart-shaped bag. Bag with built-in music box.
(21 m) 07 sport a. Berlin: Soccer Städtekampf Berlin-London 1:1 game in front of the German goal. Goalkeeper Birkner fends off. Spectators, half close, on elevated stands. Players fall. Birkner holds. Laughing audience. England plays and scoring 1-0. In the 2nd half, Berlin shoots the compensation.
(43 m) b. Berlin: Hans Stretz José Borondo beats Gong knock out punch. The Boxer in the ring in the exhibition hall at the radio tower. Excited spectator. Santana will Borondo after 90 seconds knocked out referee counts. Borondo is run by aides in his corner.
(34 m) c. Zugspitze: Skibob chairlift. Bob driver slide bobs. Skiers ride on Skibikes. The Zugspitzenhaus. MIRL Buchner, great. Fall Dagmar Rom on Skibike, laughing, big, on departure. Ride through the target.
01 policy of the week: a. Political Committee of the United Nations, Paris of the political Committee of the General Assembly of the United Nations in Paris continued its debate on the disarmament proposals of the Western powers. Soviet Russia again rejected the comprehensive plan of the United States, Britain and France, and in turn threw the Soviet disarmament plan in the debate. A new propaganda maneuver instead of honest willingness to negotiate.
b. Adenauer in Paris, the French Foreign Ministry in Paris, Chancellor and Minister of Foreign Affairs Dr. Adenauer met with the Foreign Ministers of the 3 Western powers to the first Viererkenferenz.
Topic of the meetings was the General Treaty, which will replace the occupation statute in the Federal Republic and make Germany's relations to the Western powers at a level of equal partnership.
c. Atlantic Pact, Rome 90 delegates of the Atlantic Pact countries met in Rome to the 8th meeting of the Atlantic Council. The defence of the West is the theme of the international conference here. The Canadian Foreign Minister Pearson said about the importance of the Conference: the United Nations and the Organization of the Atlantic Pact were both part of the same policy, which will keep the peace e and eliminate any temptation of aggression.
02. the flood disaster in Italy: Hundreds of thousands of homeless incessant rains have exacerbated the terrible plight of the population in the Northern Italian disaster area. A second tidal wave of Po spilled out over the severely tested country. 100,000 hectares of fertile land are under water. Eight towns were buried by the flood waters. Entire villages have disappeared from the Earth. A catastrophe of enormous proportions, whose Schaden not even is. There, where the Po was its banks, came down a metre-high wave across the country and buried everything among themselves. Hundreds of thousands of people were forced to flee. A train of misery is passing over the vacant streets. How in the world, so relief efforts for the victims of the natural disaster were taken everywhere in the Federal Republic. Clothes, medicines and cash donations to protect hundreds of thousands of homeless people that the greatest need.
03. Atlantic army grows: units of a Canadian Infantry Brigade landed in Rotterdam. General Eisenhower, the Supreme Commander of the Atlantic Pact armed forces, received the troops are now stationed to reinforce the army of the Atlantic Pact on European soil.
Another 5 Canadian units will follow shortly and nearby Hanover take quarters.
Then General Eisenhower went to Bremerhaven, to greet the first units of the 28th US Infantry Division. The remaining troops of this Division will arrive until the end of the year in the Federal Republic. Thus, 6 American divisions in the Federal Republic will be stationed, which is available within the international Atlantic Pact army for the protection of the free Europe.
04. in the St. Peter's: Pope Pius announced the new Saints in a ceremony three sublime forms of Christianity were canonized in St. Peter's Church in Rome: Ignazio da Laconi by Sardinia, Antonio Gianelli of Liguria and Francesco Bianchi of Naples.
Pope Pius XII, proclaimed the canonization of the three large of the Catholic Church in the festively decorated Cathedral.
The remains of the 1701 rest born Padre Ignazio da Laconi in a glass coffin in the small church of his hometown in Sardinia.
05. the heavy explosion accident in Copenhagen a massive explosion devastated the Danish Navy port Holmen in Copenhagen. 16 men were killed in the fires. First, a small gasoline tank from still not clarified reason had caught fire. Shortly thereafter went 7 sea mines in the air. In the marine arsenal, followed by more heavy explosions that caused tremors 50 kilometers away. A large part of the port facilities is completely destroyed. The damage is estimated at 60 million Deutschmarks. King Frederik went immediately to the site of the accident. Still searches for missing under the rubble.
06. colorful image gallery: a. make-up competition in Amsterdam the best make-up artist for a competition of uncontrolled Schminktöpfe and wigs met. The main task was the historically faithful replica of Napoleon of the third - and after a short time 14 more or less similar to portrait toggle beards were the jury.
Then it was said: shoot the reins his FA had free reign of the free invention - and any of the highly-skilled Gesichtsveränderer.
This amazing fabric out, faces and Monster by such abomination came that it was a real thrill... b. New handbags also fashion accessories is taken seriously by the Parisian fashion creators. For example, they showed in a special fashion show: handbags of each caliber in countless varieties.
The new bags defoliate like flowers or close like mussels, they are even ingeniously simple, refined times extravagant made of satin or Antelope skin. This for example is a small marvel of fashionable technology: the Karthotek leather strap with built-in music box.
07. sports: a. soccer Berlin. /. London London-Berlin (German white chair covers). A football game that unleashed enthusiasm. Especially the acrobatic goalie Birkner received applause time and again. The English capital city team besieged the German goal in the first half. But Birkner held what was to keep. But then an English attack rolled up from the middle of the field - long, quickly and accurately. The stadium held their breath.
A brilliant combination and London led 1-0. With the page change the balance of power changed abruptly. The Berlin initiative now. Now it was on them to launch a large-scale attack. A surprising shot - and it was 1:1 - a tie which the Berlin can be proud.
b. boxes, Berlin in the exhibition hall at the Berlin Funkturm former German Middleweight Champion Hans Stretz (white trousers) came to a lightning victory over the Spaniard José Borondo. Borondo went after 90 seconds of fighting for time on the boards. This Flash defeat Spanish came before the audience.
c. Skibike, Zugspitze on the Zugspitzplatt a caravan of skiers Bob with hi and Gaudi opened this year's winter season. Also the Austrian Olympic team switched their skis with the original novelty of this snow sports pleasure.
MIRL Buchner amused themselves, because the stark outsiders dominated the approach slope this time. Only perfect cyclists were well over the line. The cannons of the skis were often crash landing. Dagmar Rom, their sign ski world champion, came while in a brilliant balancing act by the goal, but she also remained without a win.
A fun start to the snow season.
01. Political Events of the Week:
a. political Committee of the UN in Paris Soviet Again Refuses Disarmament Plan
The Political Committee of the General Assembly of the UN in Paris continued its discussions about the disarmament plan of the Western powers, Soviet Russia declined again the great plan of the United States, Great Britain and France and delivered its own disarmament plan. A new propaganda maneuver instead of honest readiness for negotiations.
b. Adenauer in Paris
Federal Chancellor and Foreign Minister Adenauer met the Foreign Ministers of the three Western powers for the first Four-Power meeting in Paris. Theme of the discussions was the General Agreement which will abrogate the occupation statute of the German Federal Republic and will put the relations of Germany to the Western powers on a mane equal level.
c. Atlantic Pact Conference, Rome
90 delegates of the Atlantic Pact nations met in Rome for the 8th session of the Atlantic Pact Council. The defense of the West is the theme of this international conference. The Canadian Foreign minister Pearson said about the importance of this conference: "The United Nations and the Atlantic Pact Organisation are parts of the same politics: to secure peace and to remove every temptation for aggression."
02. The Flood Catastrophe In Italy Hundreds of Thousands Homeless
Endless rain has sharpened the misery of the population in Upper Italy. A second tidal wave of the Po River devastated the land. 100.000 hectars of fertile farm land are under water. Whole villages have disappeared in the floods. A catastrophe of immense extent. The damage cannot yet be estimated. Where the Po River overflowed its banks, a tidal wave several meters high flooded the land and burred everything. Hundreds of thousands had to flee. A caravan of misery moves over the roads not yet flooded. As from all parts of the world, relief organisations in the Federal Republic rushed to help the victims of this disaster. Clothes, medical supplies and money donations help the homeless.
03. The Atlantic Pact Armies Grow
In Rotterdam, soldiers of a Canadian Infantry Brigade disembark. General Eisenhower, Supreme Commander of the Atlantic Pact Forces, welcomed the troops who are to be stationed in Europe to strengthen the Atlantic Pact Armies. Five more Canadian units will follow shortly and will be stationed near Hanover.
Then General Eisenhower went to Bremerhaven to welcome the first units of the 28th Infantry Division. The rest of this division will arrive in the Federal Republic before the end of this year. Altogether, six American divisionsas part of the international Atlantic Pact Armies will be stationed in Germany, prepared to protect the freedom of Europe.
04. In St. Peter's Cathedral
Pope Pius Proclaims New Saints
In a solemn ceremony, three personalities of Christendom were canonized: St. Ignazie da Laconi from Sardinia, St. Antonio Gianelli from Liguria and St. Francesco Bianchi from Naples. Pope Pius XII. proclaimed the canonization in the specially decorated St. Peter's Cathedral. The body of Father Ignazio da Laconi who was born in 1701, is in a glass coffin in the small church of his home in Sardinia.
05. Explosion Disaster in Copenhagen
A terrible explosion de[...]astated the Danish Naval harbor of Holmen in Copenhagen. 16 firemen were killed while extinguishing the fire. At first, a small gasoline canister caught fire; shortly afterwards seven sea mines exploded and shook buildings in a radius of 50 kilometers. A great part of the harber is completely destroyed. The damage is estimated around 60 million D-marks. King Frederik went immediately to the scene of disaster. The search for missing and wounded continues.
06. Lighter Side of the News
a. Make-Up Competition
In Amsterdam, the champions of make-up met for a competition. The task was to create a counterpart of Napoleon III - and after a short time, fourteen twisted moustaches posed for the judge. The next task was to create a mask. The result was astonishing: masks of such horribleness that it was a pleasure to look at them.
b. New Handbags from Paris
Accessories are taken seriously by the Paris fashion designers. In a special fashion show they showed handbags of every sort. The new handbags unfold like flowers or close like shells. They are made from satin or antelope skin. Sometimes plain, sometimes extravagant. This is a small wonder: a filing-cabinet on a leather string with a built-in musical box.
a. Football: London-Berlin
Football match: London vs. Berlin (the Berlin team in white shorts). A game that was cheered enthusiastically by the Berliners. The acrobatic goal keeper Birkner was especially applauded. The team from London besieged the German goal but Birkner stood firm. But then - an English attack same. The spectators held their breath - a briiliant combiantion and London was leading with 1:0. After the changing of sides, the Berliners took the initiative. They started an attack, and the score stood 1:1. That was the final result and the Berliners can be proud of it.
b. Boxing: Stretz vs. Borondo, Berlin
In the exhibition hall near the Radio Tower in Berlin, the former German Leight-Heavy-Weight Champion Hans Stretz (white shorts) won a quick victory over the Spaniard José Borondo. After 90 sec. Borondo was floored.
c. Ski Bob Race, Zugspitze
On the Zugspitz Plateau, a caravan of ski-bob racers started the winter season. The Austrian Olympic ski team participated too. Mirl Buchner was in gay mood as only outsiders won the races. Only skilled bicycle riders could reach the finish; the ski champions crashed on the track. Dagmar Rom, Ski World Champion reached the finish but could not win. A gay start for the winter season.
Persons in the Film
Birkner ; Borondo, José ; Buchner Fischer, Annemarie ; Acheson, Dean ; Adenauer, Konrad ; Eden, Anthony ; Eisenhower, Dwight ; Frederik von Dänemark ; Laconi da, Ignazio ; Malik, Jakob ; Pearson, Lester ; Pius XII. ; Schuman, Robert ; Rom, Dagmar ; Stretz, Hans
Berlin ; Zugspitze ; Paris ; Rome ; Bremerhaven ; Copenhagen ; Rotterdam ; Italy ; Amsterdam
Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Boxes ; Hands ; Disasters ; Explosions ; Flags ; fire protection ; Fire Brigade ; Women, mothers ; Football ; Political events ; Religious events ; Skibike ; Sports details, fouls ; sports audience, sports spectator ; sports facilities ; UN ; Buildings ; maps ; Military ; Military events ; Water ; water emergency ; Competitions ; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen ; Fashion ; NATO ; Jobs ; aerial photographs ; Crew ; Fire brigade ; Military ; aftermath of war
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