01 Strasbourg: Session of European Parliament silhouette of the Strasbourg Cathedral. Cityscape. Flags before the Maison de l'Europe. Spaak on arrival, half-close. Carlo Schmid on arrival, half-close. Carlo Schmid in conversation, great. Courtroom.
(21 m) 02. New York: air-raid - probe alarm road. The air raid headquarters. Men and women put on helmets in alarm. Crowd before Keller. People get out of bus. Schoolchildren walk in basement. Stationary traffic. Wacky shots after the end of the exercise. Race cars and people.
(35 m) 03 updates soon a. Bonn: Heuss calls "Thanks to donation of the German people" on Heuss at the lectern, half-close. Foundation to acquire images of contemporary artists and give thanks for assistance to peoples. Adenauer, great listeners. Blücher, big, Heuss speaks, great.
(13 m) 03 updates soon a. Italy: floods - wedding houses stand in the water. Little cat sits on tree. Wedding party going on boats. Bridal couple is married on boat. Ring Exchange. Young couple drives on boot.
(15 m) b. Bremen and Eystrup: explosives attacks?
Newspaper Bremer Nachrichten. Headline: Dr. Wolfard killed by assassination - the editorial building of the Bremen messages. Torn-out window in the room of editor in Chief after the assassination. Glaser cement a window. Destruction at the post Office of Eystrup after explosion of an explosive device in package.
(19 m) d. Munich: Professor Shuster, U.S. Land Commissioner of Bavaria, adopted himself before returning to America Shuster says goodbye to the press. Close-up of Shuster. Handshake with his successor Dr. Oron Hale.
(10 m) e. UN delegates Mrs. Edith Sampson on lecture tour Mrs. Sampson (African American) speaks on lecture tour about her work as an international expert on social problems, great.
(9 m) 04 colourful image gallery a. Göttingen: skeletons made of plastic skeletons are made from plastic. Workers in the production of bone. Casting of parts in forms. Spinal cord is strung. Skeleton is assembled and packaged in a box. Skeleton encounters box again.
(24 m) b. Rome: demonstration of winter fashion in Zoo mannequin sitting at wells. Pelzgefütterte jacket. Polar bears, big. Demonstration against pillars. Swan in the water. Getting into sports car.
(22 m) c. Düsseldorf: Vienna ice Revue ice dance of troupe, Waltz. Clown on the ice.
(32 m) 5th sport a. London: football - international match England - Austria 2:2 kick-off. Serious viewers. Playback. Storms. Goalkeeper keeps. Spectators close to half full-image. In the second half, Austria shoots the 1:0 spectators wave small flags. England shoots 1:1 and shortly after that 2:1 English Defender's hand. Austria scored penalties to 2-2. Viewers stops program in front of his face.
(28 m) b. Gelsenkirchen: Schalke 04 - FC Köln 2-1 game scenes. Schalke plays to consider. Goal for Schalke, compensation for Cologne. Boys swing flags. Defender's hand in the Cologne area. Scarf penalty to the 2: c. Hanover turns 1 (25 m): table tennis - international match Germany - Portugal 8:1 Brown, Germany, triumphs over Campas, Portugal. Dr. MacFarlane, Germany, triumphs over Ramos, Portugal. Young spectator, large. Audience clapping. Germany WINS 8:1 presentation of flowers.
(23 m) d. Berlin: six days rider on the track. Falls. Hunts in the Sports Hall at the radio tower.
01 Strasbourg: European Parliament advises is further promoted the idea of a European Union common policy in Strasbourg. The Consultative Assembly of the Council of Europe has started their year's session with the debate on a common European policy.
Among the German delegates: Professor Carlo Schmid. The formation of a European agricultural Union is one of the further plans of the European Parliament with a supranational authority at the top. Such cooperation of European agriculture will improve the nutritional basis for 157 million Europeans.
02. New York: A trial for 8 million people located in the Hauptgeschäftszeit of New York undertook the metropolis an interesting sample: the greatest city in the world tested even surprisingly its protection measures. An air-raid shelter sample alarm turned New York into a deserted city. With the first siren flooded 8 million people to the prescribed courses. In two minutes, the streets were desolate.
New York stood still. The practice arose from the principle, always alert to be always well prepared. The attempt was shiny.
And when it was over, everyone tried to make up for lost time.
03. updates soon: a. thanks to donation of the German people, German President Heuss called for a "thanks to donation of the German people". The Foundation wants to acquire works by contemporary German artists and passed these works of art as a symbol of gratitude the peoples that have helped the German people so A lot in the years of the emergency. These gifts from more than 20 countries have exceeded the value of 1 billion marks.
b. flood wedding, Italy a touching episode from the heavily audited disaster area in Northern Italy. While the floods now drop after their week-long work of destruction, 2 young people starting a new life. Still surrounded by the endless masses of water they are married. And the boat becomes a wedding carriage.
c. explosives attacks the Chief Editor of "Bremer Nachrichten" was killed by a bomb attack in the Editorial Office of his newspaper. The infernal machine was sent to him in the form of a postal packet by unknown assailants.
On the same day, an explosive device in a parcel exploded also in the post Office of Eystrup on the river Weser. Also a death toll here to complain. Several people were seriously injured. A Special Commission of the judicial police has launched a comprehensive investigation.
d. Professor Shuster says goodbye to Professor George Shuster, the American land Commissioner for Bavaria, returned to the United States. With a thank you for the good cooperation during his term, he adopted by the representatives of the Bavarian public. His successor as U.S. Land Commissioner for Bavaria is Dr. Oron Hale.
e. Mrs. Sampson in Germany of Mrs. Edith Sampson, American delegate to the United Nations Commission for human rights, is on a lecture tour in Germany. Mrs. Sampson talked about their work in the United Nations as an expert on international social problems.
04. colorful image gallery: a. skeletons made of plastic skeletons made of plastic. This is the new product of a factory for teaching in the university town of Göttingen.
The over 200 bones in the human body are reproduced from a new plastic material. The individual parts are poured into forms, retouched, and then mounted on a tripod to the perfect skeleton.
After the fingers the vertebrae of the spine. Schools, universities and scientific institutes all over the world are the consumers of this artificial skeletons. Really, a strange export article.
(b). The sights of winter fashion fashion show at the Zoo, Italy in Rome once presented themselves for a change before the Zoo - attractions of which fashion so often draws her inspiration.
Fur and wool - on four and two legs. And all were at the height of the season.
c. Vienna ice Revue "Sounds of Waltz" rustled through the Düsseldorf ice floor. A surging ice skate Revue of traveling Viennese Ice Ballet.
And after the grace of humor: when to be the clown, he goes on the ice...
05. sports: a. football: England Austria called it the game of the year, the Decade, and even of the century: the Austrian national team (in white shorts) played in London's Wembley Stadium against England. Both teams staged again and again dangerous attacks, but the Hintermannschaften were insurmountable.
The second half began with a sensational 1-0 for Austria. The game has been turbulent. England converted a penalty kick for a 1-1, and 8 minutes later it was 2-1.
The events escalated to. An English defender made hand. Chased the penalty for Austria - and the ball into the net. 2-2 ended the meeting of the championship team.
b. Soccer: FC Schalke. /. 1. FC Cologne from London to Gelsenkirchen. The 1 FC Cologne (white trousers) and Schalke 04 yielded a dramatic fight in front of 35,000 spectators.
The first half remained without a goal. Schalke dominated the field. Cologne remained in the defense. And after a single handedly of Kleinas fell in the 58th minute of the opening goal for Schalke. Then came a Cologne attack and it was 1:1 6 minutes before the end. Hand in the penalty area by Cologne. Matzkowski converts the penalty to the final 2-1 victory for Schalke.
c. table tennis international match Germany Portugal met a table tennis-choose from Germany and Portugal in the Hannover Fair Sports Palace to an international match. Brown, Germany, won over the Portuguese champions of Campas with a 2:1.
The German Dr. MacFarlane won against his refined playing opponents of Ramos with 2:1 (Ramos in white pants).
Overall, the German team 8-1 won a brilliant success against the spirited guests.
d. six day race, Berlin start to the 35th Berlin 6 days hens. 25 riders from 7 Nations went Right away on a long hunt. Some small, fortunately harmless falls took a breather in this wild start. But then, the gyro is turned back in full swing and the Sports Hall at the radio tower was raging in 6-day old bliss.
Europe Council Confers About General Police
In Strassbourg, the idea of European Alliance is furthered. The Advisory Assembly of the Council of Europe started its session this year with discussions about a general European policy. Among the German delegation: Professor Carlo Schmid. The constitution of a European Agrarian Union with a super authority on the top is a further plan of the Europe Council. By cooperation on European agriculture, nutrition for 157 million Europeans will be improved.
02. New York:
Rehearsal for 8 Million People
During the busiest office hours of New York, the huge city undertook an interesting rehearsal: the greatest city in the world made a surprise test of its precautionary measures. A mock air-raid alert transformed New York into a deserted city. At the first sound of the sirens, millions of people went to their prescribed places. In two minutes, the streets were deserted - New York stood still. The drill followed the principle to be always on guard, always well prepared. The rehearsal was a full success. And when it was over, everyone tried to make up for lost time.
03. Actualities in Brief
a. Gratitude-Donation of the German People
Federal President Heuss called for a "Gratitude Donation of the German People." The foundation will buy works of contemporary artists and will give these works of art to the nations who have helped the German people during the years of want. Donations from more than 20 countries amount to more than one milliard D-marks.
b. Marriage in Italy
A touching episode from the flooded areasin Upper Italy. As the floods slowly recede, a young couple start a new life. Surrounded by the floods they are married and the boat becomes a bridal coach.
c. Fatal Explosion, Bremen
The editor of the "Bremer Nachrichten" was assassinated by a bomb. The infernal machine has been sent in a post parcel to the editor by unknown murderers. On the same day, another machine exploded in the post office of Eystrup. One man was killed, several persons were dangerously injured. A special police commission started an intensive search.
d. Prof. Shuster Returns to the US
Professor George Shuster, American Land Commissioner for Bavaria, returns to the US. With thanks for the good cooperation he received during his term of office, he bids good-speed to the Bavarian public. His successor as Land Commissionar for Bavaria is Dr. Oron Hale.
e. Mrs. Sampson in Germany
Mrs. Edith Sampson, American delegate to the UN Commission for Human Rights, is on a lecture tour through Germany. Mrs. Sampson spoke about her work with the United Nations as expert for international social problems.
04. Newsflashes from the Lighter Side
a. Skeletons for Export
Artificial skeletons are the latest product of a factory producing apparatus for instruction in the university town of Goettingen. The more than 200 bones of the human body are made from a new artificial substance. The separate bones are cast in forms, retouched and put together into a skeleton. After the fingers comes the backbone. Schools, universities and institutes of science from all parts of the world are customers. Really a strange article for export!
b. Styles at the Zoo
In Rome, objects of fashion interest were shown in front of objects of natural interest - a fashion show in the Zoo. Fur and wool on two and on four legs - and each of them fashionably dressed.
c. Viennese Ice Show
Waltz melodies sounded over the Ice Stadium in Duesseldorf the great show of the Viennese Ice Ballet was performed. After the graceful dancers a clown: when a clown feels too well he is put on ice.
a. Football: England vs. Austria
They called it the game of the year, of the decade and even of the century. The Austrian National team (white shorts) played in London's Wembley Stadium against England. Both teams started dangerous attacks but the backs stood firm. The second half began with a sensation: a goal for Austria. The game became turbulent.An eleven meters free kick scored the first goal for England. The score was 1:1, eight minutes later it was 2:1. The tempo quickened - an English defender touched the ball with his hand - an eleven meters for Austria - goal! The game ended 2:2.
b. Football: FC Schalke vs. 1. FC Cologne
From London to Gelsenkirchen. 35.000 spectators saw a dramatic game between FC Schalke 04 and 1. FC Cologne (white shorts). No goal was shot during the first half. Schalke was superior; Cologne could only try to defend its goal. After 58 minutes, Schalke shot the first goal. Cologne attacked and the score was 1:1. Six minutes before the end: an eleven meters for Schalke. Matzkowski shoots the goal and the final score is 2:1 for Schalke.
c. Table Tennis: Germany vs. Portugal
Teams from Portugal and Germany met in Hanover for a Table Tennis Competition. Braun, Germany, won over the Portuguese champion Campas with 2:1. Dr. Mauritz, Germany, won over Ramos with 2:1 (Ramos with white pants). The German team won with 8:1.
d. Six-Day Race, Berlin
Start for the 35th Berlin Six-Day race. 25 riders from 7 nations started for the long race. Several harmless crashes occured. But the merry-go-round went on and one and the spectators enjoyed the tension of a 6-Day race.
Persons in the Film
Braun, Heinz ; Adenauer, Konrad ; Blücher, Franz ; Hale, Oron ; Heuss, Theodor ; Sampson, Edith ; Shuster, George ; Spaak, Paul Henry ; Schmid, Carlo ; Campas ; Mauritz ; Ramos, Julio
London ; Gelsenkirchen ; Hanover ; Berlin ; Düsseldorf ; Bremen ; Eystrup ; Strasbourg ; Munich ; Göttingen ; New York ; Rome ; Federal Republic of Germany ; Bonn ; Federal Republic
Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Ice skating ; Industry ; Europe, EDC, EEC ; Flags ; Foreign workers ; Football ; Political events ; Cycling ; Sports details, fouls ; Spoprt-Ehrungen ; sports audience, sports spectator ; sports facilities ; Cities ; Animals (except dogs) ; table tennis ; UN ; Buildings ; Air raid ; Medicine ; Transport: General ; Welfare, aid agencies, care ; Zoo, Wildlife Park ; Revues ; Fashion ; Jobs ; Assassinations ; Crew ; Industrial ; Sports honors ; aftermath of war
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