01 updates soon a. Berlin: Heuss visited the Borsig-Werke Heuss goes through factory, totally. Workers as a listener, filling, half close and big picture. Heuss speaks half close and big.
(15 m) b. Berlin: Heuss gives Luise Schröder Bundesverdienstkreuz Luise Schröder stands next to Ernst Reuter and politicians. Heuss Luise Schröder presented the order, half-close. The cross of merit, big. Luise Schröder thanks, actuality: "and I must therefore it accept women in East Berlin as a thanks for the Berlin women, not only for the West women, but also for those who were used to us and in the future hopefully again fully belong to us." Thank you very much, Mr. President."
(14 m) c. California: flooding and snow storm cars drive through water. Cars are unearthed from the mud. Snow plow shovel free road. A snowbound cars.
(19 m) d. Frankfurt: milk truck before dairy milk plant. Shield: Here helps the Marshall plan. Automatic Flaschenreinigungs and filling bottles. Bottles on treadmill. Finished bottles come in stand.
(23 m) e. Bremerhaven: arrival of American air force units US flag ship. Military band plays. General Norstadt welcomed the troops upon arrival, half-close. Norstadt shaking hands with soldiers, great.
(15 m) f. Korea: US ships for Korea Korean sailors go on ships. Get the American flag. Korean flag. Ship sails on the sea. Snowfall.
(13 m) 02. streiflichter from Germany a. Berlin: Green Week Poster green week in the background of the radio tower. Flower beds. Chickens in cages, cattle, pigs. Poster with pig and inscription made in Berlin. Piglet drinking mother animal. Child playing with piglets. Sleep piglet.
(21 m) Munich: Fasching guard "Cologne red Sparks" the Carnival guards, the Funkenmariechen and the dance officer dancing on the Town Hall courtyard. Mayor Wang on the balcony of the Town Hall, close to half.
(16 m) c. Munich: performance of operetta "The Merry Widow" Waltz dance on the stage. Singer sings "I'm going now to the maxim". Csardas dancers.
(22 m) 03 Garmisch: completion of the winter sports week special slalom of the women's ice hockey - downhill skiing men's - ski jumping - adoption of the Olympic team of the Werdenfelser land in the snow mountains. Chair lift. Special selection of ladies: it run OSSI Reichert (3rd), Evi Lanig (2nd) and Mirl Buchner (1.). MIRL Buchner settles glasses and drinking from Cup. Ice hockey: Germany - Milan 7:4. goalkeeping holds. Crowd gate. Audience clapping. Men's downhill: runner on the track. Fall. Run through the goal. It wins Engelbert Heider, Austria. Heider to win, great. McCloy on skis, half close, as a spectator, large. Ski jumping: ski jumpers go with skis on his shoulder to the Hill. Jumping in the snow flurry. Fall. Toni Brutscher jumps and finishes second. Jump of winner Sepp Weiler. Adoption of the Olympic team: In the Town Hall Knight adopted the German Olympic team for the winter games in Oslo by stop, half-close.
01 updates soon: a. Prof. Heuss in the Borsig-Werke "Berlin has fought for democracy, Berlin has fought for Germany".
With these words German President Heuss paid tribute to the perseverance and the construction work of Berlin in a speech on the Borsig-Werke.
Before 3,000 members of the movement, the President compared Western Trade Union work with the Communist system of the work brigades, which undermine the solidarity of the workers.
The President's speech culminated in the words: "Berlin made again the name of Germany in the world."
b. Louise Schroeder merit received wife Louise Schroeder, the large Federal cross of merit during his Berlin German President Heuss awarded the former Mayor of Berlin. Mrs. Schroeder thanked not only in the name of all West Women - (original sound: "and I shall therefore it accept women in East Berlin as a thanks for the Berlin women, not only for the West women, but also for those who formerly belonged to us and in the future hopefully again fully belong to us,.") Thank you very much, Mr. President!")
c. mud and snow in California downpour and devastating storms raged out of control in Southern California. In the area of Los Angeles, hundreds of cars in the mud mass sank.
What the sky in the South water donated he lowered in the North of the country as snow. Remote communities sign snow drifts up to 19 meters. And here too, the buried cars are a grotesque scale for the extent of the weather disaster.
d. bottles milk plant 240,000 litres of milk per day-this is the enormous power of this newly established pattern-bottle milk plant in Frankfurt. Through support from the U.S. High Commission, the Federal and provincial government and the city of Frankfurt could exploited the latest experiences in the construction of the plant. In permanently sterile held assets, the milk is cleaned, pasteurized, and enriched by ultraviolet irradiation with vitamins. This work, the most modern of its kind in Europe, has been with two-thirds of the total cost, over two million deutsche mark are built from ERP funds.
e. air force units in Bremerhaven further strengthen of American defense forces in Europe: In Bremerhaven officers and crews of a tactical reconnaissance detachment of the U.S. air force arrived. General Norstad, the Commander of allied air forces in Europe, welcomed the incoming troops. The new unit will initially be stationed at various places in Germany and are later moved to France.
(f). A marine unit of the Republic of Korea took over four American warships for the patrol service in Korean waters to U.S. vessels for Korea. Another help for the Korean people struggling for his freedom.
The formal transfer takes place by the change of flag. The ships will protect from Communist submarines now the Korean coastal zone.
02. streiflichter from Germany: a. "Green Week", Berlin at the Berlin Funkturm "1952 Green Week" opened. The traditional exhibition is the largest and most important agricultural, forestry and horticultural show of in Germany.
Performance and success, present and future on the modern farm are also points of attraction for the many interested visitors from the East zone.
A comprehensive exhibition, which provides an overview of the high level in all areas of German Agriculture.
(b). "Red Sparks" in Munich the Cologne Carnival came to the Munich Carnival, and with his fidelsten representatives: the Red Rock, spark with their lovely "spark-Marie".
The "stupid invasion" from the Mayor and hundreds of onlookers danced in the courtyard.
c. "Merry Widow", Munich also the Munich State Opera is dedicated to the boisterous Carnival mood: Franz Lehar's "Merry Widow" sings and dances in a dazzling whirl over the boards.
(Original sound) 03 Garmisch: brilliant finish of the winter sports week the last exam of the German winter sport's elite before the start of the Olympics to Oslo is over. The Werdenfelser land around Garmisch-Partenkirchen showed up Once again in radiant splendor, as the best of all disciplines here fought for the pre-Olympic victory Laurel.
Here the special slalom for ladies. OSSI Reichert, no. 4, won the 3rd place.
EVI Lanig was in a great run to 3/10 seconds faster. She won 2nd place. And then, Mirl Buchner shot into downright fantastic form on the slope. She was faster than Evi Lanig again by 5/10 seconds.
As winner in the special slalom, Mirl Buchner will now start at the top of their colleagues after Oslo.
The fight against the Diavoli Rosso Nori from Milan was to an Olympic - trial by fire of the German ice hockey team (white sweater). Participation in Oslo should depend on the outcome of this last game. The German ice hockey team won this test. She defeated the Milanese "Red Devils" with 7-4.
In ideal snow conditions, also the 3 1/2-kilometer Kreuzeck departure became a tempo-noise of the frenzied masters. Over a difference in altitude of 960 metres, they hunted through the flying powder snow to the Valley.
Here the Austrians Engelbert Haider won in a stunning fall away. Engelbert Haider set a new course record with an average speed of 60 km. A prominent guest: the American High Commissioner McCloy.
With the special jumping on the major Olympiaschanze found the 8. International winter sports week its glittering conclusion. A dense flurry of snow with poor visibility hampered the performance of 37 jumping runners from 5 Nations.
Toni Brutscher won 2nd place.
Sepp Weiler won superior this severe competition 1 / 2 and 69 1/2 meter with two jumps of 79 which are Garmisch Winter Olympics end.
In the festive hall, Dr. Ritter von halt adopted the German Olympic team.
57 active winter sports is now the watchword:- and now to Oslo!
01. Actualities in Brief:
a. Prof. Heuss At The Borsig Plant
"Berlin has fought for democracy Berlin has fought for Germany." With these words, Federal President Heuss honored the endurance, and the work of rebuilding of the Berliners in a speech in the Borsig plant. Before 3,000 workers, the President compared the work of the Trade Union in Western Germany with the Communist system of worker brigades which undermine the solidarity of the workers. The speech of the President reached its climax with the words: "Berlin made the name "Germany" shine once more in the world."
b. Distinguished Service Medal for Mrs. Louise Schroeder
Federal President Heuss presented the former Oberburgomaster of Berlin, Mrs. Louise Schroeder, with the Grand Medal for Distinguished Service. Mrs. Schroeder gave thanks not only in the name of all the women of Western Berlin - -
Original Sound: "but also for those who have belonged to us and will soon, we hope, again belong to us, the women of Eastern Berlin. Thank you, Mr. President."
c. Storm Catastrophies, USA
Torrental rains and storms devastated areas in Southern California. In the Los Angeles area hundreds of cars were engulfed in the flood of mud. In Nothern California, the storms brought snow instead of rain. Isolated communities had snow drifts as deep as 50 feet. And here also the cars measure the extent of the catastrophe.
d. Factory for Bottled Milk (ERP)
60.000 gallons of milk per day-that is the enormous output of this newly built factory for bottled milk in Frankfurt. By support of the US High Commission, the Federal government and the magistracy of Frankfurt, the most modern equipment were used in this factory. In constantly sterile machines, the milk is purified, pasteurized and enriched with vitamins by ultra-violet rays. This factory, the most modern in Europe was built with 2 million D-mark from the ERP, two third of the entire cost.
e. The 17th Tac. Recon. Wing Ground Echelon in Bremerhaven
More reinforcement of US defense troops arrived in Europe: in Bremerhaven officers and soldiers of the Tactical Reconnaissance Wing, Ground Echelon, of the US Airforce arrived. General Norstad, Commander of the Allied Airforces in Europe, welcomed the troops, The new division will be stationed first in several places in Germany and will be transferred later to France.
f. US Ships for Korea
Sailors of the Republic of Korea's Navy took over 4 American warships for patrol service in Korean waters. A further help for the Korean people struggling for their freedom. The formal transfer is concluded by the changing of the flags. The ships will now protect the Korean coast against Communist submarines.
02. Newsflashes from Germany:
a. "Green Week", Berlin
Near the Radio Tower in Berlin, "Green Week 1952" was opened. This traditional exhibition is the biggest and most important agricultural exhibition in Germany. Production and success, present and future of a modern farm are special points of interest for the many visitors from the East Zone. An extensive exhibition wich gives a review of the high level of Western Germany's agriculture.
b. Cologne Sparklets
The Carnival from Cologne came to the Fasching in Munich-with its gayest representatives: The Red Sparklets from Cologne With their charming majorette. In the court-yard of the town-hall the visitors danced before the mayor and hundreds of spectators.
c. The "Merry Widow" in Munich
Fasching's mood in Munich's Gärtnerplatz Theater: "The Merry Widow" by Franz Lehar dances over the stage: Original Sound
Festive Closing of the Winter Sports Week
The last test of the German winter-sports' elite before the start of the Olympic Games in Oslo came to an end. The countryside around Garmisch showed all its glamour as the champions fought for the pre-Olympic decisions. Ossi Reichert, No. 4, became third in the women's slalom, but Evi Lanig was 3/10 sec. faster and became second. And then, Mirl Buchner came over the track, 5/10 sec. quicker than Evi Lanig. As winner of the women's slalom, Mirl Buchner will compete in Oslo.
The ice hockey match between the Germen ice hockey team (with white pullovers) and the Italian team Diavoli-Rosso-Norj from Milan became a pre-Olympic test. Participation in Oslo depended on the result of this match. The German team won the match and defeated the "Red Devils" from Milan with 7:4. With ideal snow conditions the 3 1/2 km long Kreuzeck track became a very fast track. From a height of 960 meters they raced down to the valley. The slalom was won by the Austrian Engelbert Haider with an average speed of 60 km, a new record. A prominent guest: American High Commissioner McCloy.
With the special jump on the big Olympic jump the 8. International Winter Sports Week came to an end. Heavy snow and bad visibility diminished the performance of the 37 jumpers from 5 nations. Toni Brutscher became second. With two jumps of 79 1/2 and 69 1/2 meters Sepp Weiler won the event. The Garmisch Winter Sports Weak is finished. In the decorated hall of the town-hall Dr. Ritter von Halt bids God-speed to the German Olympic team. This slogan for 57 winter sportsmen is now: . . . Off to Oslo!
Persons in the Film
Brutscherm, Toni ; Buchner Fischer, Annemarie ; Heuss, Theodor ; McCloy, John ; Norstad, Lauris ; Reuter, Ernst ; Schröder, Luise ; Wimmer, Thomas ; Heider, Engelbert ; Lanig, Eva ; Reichert, Ossi ; Ritter von Halt, Karl ; Weiler, Sepp
Garmisch-Partenkirchen ; Frankfurt ; Berlin ; Bremerhaven ; Korea ; Munich ; California ; Garmisch Partenkirchen
Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Industry ; Carnival ; Disasters ; Flags ; Carnival ; Musical events ; Olympic Games 1952 ; Medals, awards, honors ; Shipping ; Ski, skiing, ski jumping ; sports audience, sports spectator ; sporting events ; 99.412 Deutsche week show GmbH: State visits (outside) ; Dance ; Animals (except dogs) ; Korea ; automotive engineering, automotive ; Landscapes ; Marshall plan ; Technology, industry ; Military ; Water ; water emergency ; Winter ; Listener ; Agriculture ; Hockey ; Construction ; Exhibitions ; Crew ; Industrial ; Agriculture ; Military ; aftermath of war
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