01 updates soon a. Washington: Truman sends "Message to the nation" members stand and applaud, total. Truman speaks at the lectern, close to half, actuality (stabilization of the free world).
(22 m) b. Washington: Churchill speaks before Congress enters Churchill with wake room, totally. Churchill speaks interview (merger of the free peoples against communist aggression), great. Deputies clapping, total.
(20 m) c. Herleshausen: rally the FDP at the zone boundary torchlight procession. Bundestag Euler speaks, o-ton: "We call for the first a binding declaration of the Soviet Union as the command's the Pieck and Grothe well-being." VW with speakers. Listeners with torches. Speakers, great.
(24 m) d. New York: reception for Captain Carlsen KONFETTI rain on Broadway. Carlsen waves standing in the car, half-close. People on the side of the road. Mayor awarded certificate for Honorable services Carlsen before the Town Hall. Carlsen says, half-close.
(15 m) 02. Paris: Young Germans visiting the United Nations young men get on train. Frankfurt-Paris Est train sign. Palais Chaillot, great. Hall of the United Nations. Young people in front of UN building. Youth speaks to reporters, actuality: "we received really European here and have the opportunity for a fruitful and European work to evaluate our experience that we gained from the General Assembly and the meetings of the commissions, with the aim of a United States of Europe." Young against Notre Dame. Pan across the portal.
(35 m) 03. streiflichter from Germany a. Munich: European Championship of the professional dancers dancers on the floor. In the Viennese Waltz, you win German Paul and Margrit Krebs, no. 6 and no. 11, the Australian pair of World Championship in show dance. The winner Hugh Carter and Hazel Willis, England dance Foxtrot.
(38 m) b. Stuttgart: kitsch Museum woman gives coffee from coffee pot in the form of cat. Milk jug in the form of a cow. Liquor bottle in the form of a blowtorch. Skull and crossbones as a match holder. Liquor bottle with straws and medals. German hero shoe Polish. Toilet roll "Alone at last".
(27 m) 04 sports a. Krefeld: Prussia Krefeld - Canada 2-7 ice hockey game. Canada is far superior. Viewers jump. Attacked the Canadians and scoring.
(15 m) b. Dortmund: Borussia Dortmund - Schalke 04 3-0 game on snow-covered square. Players will fall on the smooth floor. Dortmund shoots two goals. Audience clapping, filling the screen. Third goal for Dortmund. Viewers raise arms, half-close.
(26 m) 5th Garmisch: International winter sports week opening: athletes running the ice with flags. Dr. Ehard opened the winter sports week, close to half. Snow is falling. Skating: World champion Dick button's freestyle high jumps. Snowy Garmisch. People dig out cars. Car drives with high snowfall on the roof. Snow plow. Blades out of the bobsled run. Four-man race: Bobs at the start and on the track in turns. The German Bob with Anderl Ostler starts and drives. The winning team with Anderl Ostler and Nieboer, half-close.
01 updates soon: a. Truman and Churchill before the Congress before the United States Congress in Washington, made the President Truman his traditional message about the "State of the nation". With regard to the stabilization of the free world in 1951, the President said: "the peace of the close cooperation of the free Nations and the common effort depends, to curb aggression and prevent a war. In this relationship the year 1951 was very successful." President Truman marked the year of 1952 as a decisive year for the Defense effort of the free world.
A few days later the British Prime Minister Winston Churchill took the floor before the US Congress. He assured that Britain fully stand on the United States and will continue to strengthen the defense of the free world to the greatest efforts. Churchill concluded his speech with the words: "Under threat by Communist aggression the fraternal Association of the United States with Great Britain and the Commonwealth have been promoted as well as the new unit adults in Europe."
a rally of the free democratic party with speakers in the Soviet zone was transferred to b. FDP rally at the zone boundary in Herleshausen. Bundestag Deputy Euler stated on behalf of the FDP to the plan of unification free elections: (original sound: "We encourage the first a binding declaration of the Soviet Union as the command's the Pieck and Grotewohl.")
Further demanded the speaker: a neutral control of the elections, international guarantees of freedom before, during and after the elections, the immediate termination of the terror in the Soviet zone and the release of all political prisoners.
c. Capt. Carlsen in United States New York received Captain Carlsen entered by his heroic perseverance on the sinking "flying enterprise" in the history of seafaring. In a triumphal procession, the Broadway always set-up as him the men of exceptional services, became Captain Carlsen New York City Hall headed.
Here, the Mayor gave a certificate for Honorable services received the hero of the day with modest words the guest of the city.
02. Paris: Young Germans visiting the UN 30 representatives westdeutscher and Berlin youth organisations in the context of the cultural exchange program of the U.S. High Commission went to Paris. Purpose of the trip was an appartements study visit to the UN in the Palais de Chaillot. The young Germans had access to the political discussions of the General Assembly of the United Nations and increased insight into the international cooperation of the individual commissions and UNESCO. One of the participants expressed his impressions: "we are receiving genuine European here and have the opportunity for a fruitful European work to evaluate our experience that we gained from the General Assembly and the meetings of the commissions, with the aim of a United States of Europe."
Three more groups of young people will make the same trip. In addition, they have the opportunity to learn about the city on the Seine. Through this direct insight, the German youth with the great work of the United Nations should be made known.
03. streiflichter from Germany: a. dance tournament, Munich the international top-class of the ballroom dancing met at the invitation of the Dance Institute Sackey in the Munich Deutsches Theater to a prestigious tournament of the professional dance couples.
The Viennese Waltz became a roaring success of the German master pair number 6, Paul and Margit Krebs. 12 pairs from eight countries danced to the "Grand Prix of Europe".
Number 11, the Australian world champion pair of show dance.
The previous year's winner Hugh Carter and Hazel Willis, England again became European champion 1952.
The A lot of acclaimed pair Once again showed the consummate elegance of his masterful skills in solo.
b. kitsch Museum to the warning and deterrent, there is a special exhibition of tastes aberrations in the Museum of Stuttgart country crafts.
The horriblen rarities of this extremely amusing kitsch Museum include the coffee donations end kitty cat and the Piebald porcelain cow as a milk jug.
The blowtorch as liquor bottle. The skull and crossbones as a match holder and the colored beauty with silky soft hair, masterpieces of kitsch-horror industry. A liquor bottle from buttons, colorful glass beads and Kaiser Wilhelm medals.
And because we are just at the heroic, we To want to forget not the German Holden shoe Polish. The rest is silence.
04. sports: a. Ice hockey Prussia Krefeld. /. Canada the Canadian world champion team of ice hockey unleashed a storm of enthusiasm in Krefeld, Germany. Against this precision machine of the Canadian two-meter giant, the German Champion could not A lot align Prussia Krefeld.
With tremendous force and lightning combination, the world champion made attack on attack. It was a master game, the Canadians 7-2 won.
b. football Schalke 04. /. Borussia Dortmund against Schalke 04 (in the dark Jersey) and Borussia Dortmund met 30,000 spectators in Dortmund. The two home teams fought an exciting meeting.
Schalke could withstand the strong wildcard until half-time 0-0.
The marshy ground was to create two teams.
In the second half, the superiority of the Dortmund came clearly to the course. The hosts went ahead and overran the defense of score with 2:0.
Shortly thereafter fell third Dortmund goal. Borussia remained victorious 3-0.
05 in Garmisch began: the international winter sports week three weeks before the start of the Winter Olympics in Oslo, Norway met the sport's elite from 14 Nations Once again before Olympic competition in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany.
The Bavarian Minister-President, Dr. Ehard opened the 8. International winter sports week.
The figure skating world champion, Dick button, United States has been stormy cheers. The 22-year-old American showed a new einstudierte freestyle with wide ausholenden arches and brilliant jumping and swing figures.
As the first contest should begin, the Bavarian Winter Wonderland overnight snow was buried. The cars were almost gone and columns of Schneeschippern were on the way to first clear streets, squares and Stadium.
Also the bobsled run had to be shoveled free only before the versatile program of the winter sports week could begin.
It was then At last such weather-related delay at the start. Germany, Austria, America and Sweden fought for the southern German championship in the four-man event.
The fastest time of the day in turn drove the German world champion team Anderl Ostler. With a breathtaking ride through the high ice curves, Ostler won the Southern League title. The next day, he won the German Championship.
01. Actualities in Brief:
a. Truman and Churchill Before Congress
President Truman gave his traditional "State of the Union" message to the American Congress in Washington. Speaking of the stabilisation of the free world in 1951, the President said: "Peace depends on the cooperation of the free nations and the common efforts to stop aggressions and prevent war. In this view, 1951 was a very successful year." President Truman defined 1951 as a decisive year for the efforts in defense of the free world. A few days later, Britain's Prime Minister Winston Churchill spoke before the American Congress. He assured them that Great Britain stands beside the United States and will continue her greatest efforts to strengthen the defense of the free world. Churchill closed his speech with the words: "Under the threat of Communist aggression the brotherly union of the United States, Great Britain and the Commonwealth was furthered as much as the new union of Europe."
b. FDP Demonstration
At Herleshausen near the zonal border a demonstration of the Free Democratic Party was transmitted by loudspeakers into the Soviet Zone. In the name of the FDP Bundestag Delegate Euler declared about the plan for genuine free elections. original Sound: "We demand first a binding declaration by the Soviet Union, as the boss of Pieck and Grotewohl."
Furthermore the speaker demanded: a neutral control of the elections, international freedom guarantees, before, during and after the elections, the immediate termination of terror-politics in the Soviet Zone and the release of all political prisoners.
c. Capt. Carlsen in USA
New York gave a hero's welcome to Capt. Carlsen, whose endurance on the sinking "Flying Enterprise" entered into the history of navigation. In a triumphal parade up Broadway, traditionally given to men of outstanding achievement, Capt. Carlsen rode to New York's City Hall. Here, the mayor presented him with a certificate for distinguished public service, which the hero of the day received with a modest speak.
Young German's Visit The UN
30 representatives of youth organisations from western Germany and Berlin went, in the course of a cultural exchange program of the US high Commission for Germany, to Paris. Object of this 10-days trip was to see the United Nations in the Palais de Chaillot at work. The young Germans attended the political discussions of the General Assembly of the UN and studied the international cooperation of the several. commissions of UNESCO. One of the young Germans reported about his impressions:
Original Sound: "We were received in real European spirit and we have the opportunity to evaluate our experiences we gathered at the General Assembly and the sessions of the commission for a greater European cooperation, with the United States of Europe as a goal."
Three more groups of young Germans will make the same trip to study the work of the UN. Furthermore, they have the opportunity to see the town on the seine River. By this studying of the work of the United Nations, the German youth will get acquainted with the big task of the UN.
03. Newsflashes from Germany:
a. Dancing Tournament, Munich
The international top ball-room dancers met in Munich's Deutsches Theater in a festive tournament of the professional dancers. The Viennese waltz was a complete success for the German champions Paul and Margit Krebs, No. 6. Twelve couples from 8 nations danced for the "Grand Prix de Europe." No. 11, the Australian World Champions.
As last year, Hugh Carter and Hazel Willis, England, became European Champions for 1952. The successful couple showed, in a solo, the perfect elegance of their mastership.
b. Museum of Common Knick-Knacks
A special show of bad taste is to be seen in the Trade Museum in Stuttgart - as warnings and horrible examples. The coffee pot in form of a cat and the China cow as a milk jug belong to the horrible rarities of this amusing museum. The soldering-lamp is a liqueur bottle. The match holder on an artificial skull find the beauties with reel hair are horrible examples of bad taste. A liqueur bottle made out of buttons, colored glass-pearls and Emperor medals. But let's not forget the "German hero's Shoe polishing Creme." The rest is silence.
a. Ice Hockey: Canada vs. Preussen-refeld
In Rrefeld, the Canadian Ice Hockey World Champions delighted the spectators. The German Champions Preussen-Krefeld could not stand up against the master team. With enormous force and quick combinations, the world Champions made one attack after another. It was a masterplay which was won by the Canadians with 7:2.
b. Football: Schalke 04 vs. Borussia Dortmund
With 30.000 spectators looking on, Schalke 04 (dark shirts) and Borussia Dortmund met in Dortmund. Thetwo famous teams played an exciting game. During the first half Schalke resisted their opponents. The muddy ground hindered both teams. In the second half, the superiority of the Borussia Dortmund team became clear. They took the lead and scored two goals. Shortly afterwards they scored the third goal and won by 3:0.
05. In Garmisch The International Wintersport Week Started
Three weeks before the beginning of the Olympic Winter Games in Oslo the sport elite from 14 nations met in Garmisch-Partenkirchen for a pre-Olympic competition. The Bavarian Minister President Dr. Ehard opened the 8th International Wintersport Week. The Ice Figure Skating World Champion Dick Button, USA, was cheered enthusiastically. With wide glides end brilliant jumps and swing figures, the 22-year-old American showed a new skating routine. As the first competition was to start the Bavarian winter paradise was buried over-night under masses of snow. The cars nearly disappeared and columns of snow-sweepers worked to uncover the streets, squares and stadium. Also the bob-sled run had to be freed of the snow, before the manyfold program of the Wintersport Week could start. With this delay due to the weather the games finally started. Germany, Austria, the US and Sweden competed for the South German Championship in four men bob-sleds. The World Champion Team Anderl Ostler rode the fastest time of the day. With a breathtaking run he rode through the steep curves and won the south German Championship. One day later he won the All German Championship.
Persons in the Film
Button, Richard ; Carlsen ; Churchill, Winston ; Ehard, Hans ; Euler ; Truman, Harry ; Carter, Hugh ; Krebs, Margit ; Nieberl, Lorenz ; Ostler, Anderl ; Willis, Hazel
Krefeld ; Dortmund ; Garmisch-Partenkirchen ; Paris ; Herleshausen ; Stuttgart ; New York ; Munich ; Washington
Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Bobsleigh ; Railways ; Ice skating ; Border DDR/BRD, borders ; Interviews ; Education, youth ; Football ; Medals, awards, honors ; Political events ; sports audience, sports spectator ; sporting events ; 99.412 Deutsche week show GmbH: State visits (outside) ; Dance ; UN ; Buildings ; automotive engineering, automotive ; Art ; Works of art ; Curiosities ; Elections ; Winter ; Listener ; Hockey ; aftermath of war
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