01 England mourns his King of the Royal mounted guard. Guns firing salute in Hyde Park and the Tower Bridge. Flag to half-mast. Review: Coronation of King George in 1937. Royal family portrait at coronation. King George, Queen Elizabeth, Queen Mother, Mary, Princess Elizabeth, Princess Margaret. Family portrait at the baptism of Prince Charles (archive). The last images of King George, waving at the airfield at departure of Princess Elisabeth and Prince Philip to Africa and Australia. Churchill with cylinder at the airfield, close to half, for the reception of Princess Elisabeth. Princess Elisabeth increases with Philip from aircraft. Heralds proclaim Princess Elisabeth as the new Queen, original sound. Fanfare brass. Crowd in front of Palace. Flag is full.
(70 m) 02 updates soon a. Bremen: Carl-Schurz-Gesellschaft bust of Carl Schurz, great. Heuss speaks at the 100. Anniversary of emigration by Carl Schurz to America before the Carl-Schurz society about its merits, to raise the democratic way of life.
(18 m) 03 Bonn: Parliament votes for German defence contribution Chamber, totally. By Brentano speaks, half-close. Emperor and Seebohm on Government Bank, half-close. Blücher, half-close. Ollenhauer speaks, half-close. Adenauer on Government Bank in addition to Blankenhorn. Adenauer speaking, half-close. Ollenhauer sitting next to Carlo Schmidt. Adenauer speaking, actuality: "It is a vital decision of the whole German people, including the Germans behind the iron curtain." Vote. Luise Schröder gives voice. Counting. Ehlers announces results. Congratulations for Adenauer.
(54 m) 04 sports a. Vienna: European Championships in figure skating the winners of the Championship during the training. Men: Helmut Seibt, Austria, pair: RIA Baran - Paul Falk, ladies: Jeanette Altwegg, England. Pirouette, great legs. Pirouette.
(28 m) b. Braunschweig: 0:1 player play Eintracht Braunschweig - HSV in the snow. Players will fall. Spectators, half-close. Woitkowiak scores the goal for the HSV.
(18 m) c. Braunlage: German Nordic Ski Championships cross-country skier on the course in the countries relay 4 x 10 km. Running through the forest. The fullback of Bavaria I runs first through the target. Winner Heinz Hauser wins the Championship of the Nordic combined. Ski jumping: Sepp Kleisl jumps and is second with 47 and 43.5 m. Toni Brutscher a. WINS Hamburg with 45 and 46 m (45 m) 05. colourful image gallery: artist Festival rotating poster artist Festival. Ballad singer sings with organ. Chapel and dance. Masks. Image varies.
(27 m) b. speaking parrot man with parrot on the hand. Parrot sings: "O Donna Clara", coughs, laughs, gets 'Stand up' and sings high as Erna Sack.
01 England mourns his King in London and anywhere in the British Empire, the guns thundered a funeral salute by 56 volleys. The news of the death of George VI, who was crowned in 1937 to the King, shook millions of people in England and in all parts of the world. Rarely a people and with him other peoples connected in loyalty, a deep sympathy to the fortunes of the Royal House has taken, as in the era of King George VI.
Here the last pictures of the deceased monarch, as he is by his eldest daughter, Princess Elizabeth, before her trip to Africa and Australia took farewell.
Princess Elizabeth in Africa received the news of the sudden death of her father. Winston Churchill and the English Government's highest figures received it on her return to London now as Queen Elizabeth II. In mourning the deceased monarchs and reverence for their new Queen filled hundreds of thousands of streets and squares in London. During a festive ceremony, the proclamation of the new Queen was at 5 different places in the English capital.
02. updates in the near future: Carl-Schurz-Gesellschaft, Bremen before 100 years entered the German immigrant Carl Schurz American soil. On this occasion, the Carl-Schurz-Gesellschaft Bremen paid tribute the life work that man who is closely associated with American history and the development of democracy. The American land Commissioner for Bremen, Admiral Jeffs, urged to continue the good work that has been started by Carl Schurz a century ago. German President Heuss pointed out in his speech: with the help of Carl Schurz, it was possible to raise the democratic way of life.
03. Bonn: The Bundestag approves a German defence contribution a German contribution in a European defence community was 2 days before the Bonn Bundestag to the fundamental debate. Incoming declarations, MEPs expressed the position of their parties on this important issue before the Forum of representatives of the people. The social democratic opposition justified their rejection of such resolution so that the conditions required of her for agreeing to a military post of in Germany have not been met. The coalition parties, the CDU/CSU, FDP, and DP, however, declared its willingness to maintain and secure peace in the world for a German contribution to the European Defense community to engage. The Chancellor declared himself for the creation of a strong Europe to fend off Communist threat.
(Original sound: "It is a vital decision of the whole German people including the Germans behind the iron curtain.")
After the live debate, it came to the vote. 156 members voted against the resolution. 204 deputies declared themselves for a German participation in the defence of the West under full equality.
The result of the voting is seen as a vote of confidence in the policy of the Federal Government. The confirmation by the Bundestag of German readiness to participate in the defense of Western Europe in principle, is another important step to combine the forces of the free world.
The great debate turned out to be the German Bundestag as a real Forum of free expression and democratic parliamentarism.
04. sports: a. Figure Skating Championships, European Championships in figure skating in Vienna Vienna. The ranking remained unchanged. Helmut Seibt, Austria, here in training, became European champions in Vienna again in 1952. Also RIA and Paul Falk, German world and European champion in 1951, again won the highest European title with their phenomenal performance. And here Jeanette Altwegg, the English world and Europe champion, who could also claim their title against strong competition.
b. HSV Hamburg football. /. Eintracht Braunschweig in thick snow received the Hamburger sport-Verein Eintracht Braunschweig (in dark shirts).
The hartgefrorene floor made to create two teams.
Woitkowiak scored the first goal for Hamburg guests.
Despite increasingly becomes the Brunswick, it remained at this result.
HSV won 1-0.
a dark snow sky hung c. Nordic Ski Championships, Brown capable also of Braunlage in the Harz, as tens of thousands of spectators and the skiing elite to the German Nordic Ski Championships came.
21 participants went on the grueling route to the countries competed over four 10 km.
With gasping breath, the driver moved its course through the quiet winter forest of German Highlands. German champions Bayern was I with Heinz Hauser as fullback, who won the German championship in the Nordic combined.
A sharp North-Western wind, snow and sleet covered the brocken road-a Hill as the start character to the competing was given. Sepp Kleisl, no. 4, was ranked second with 2 jumps of 47 and 43, 5 meters.
And here Toni Brutscher, who was with jumps of 45 and 46 meters winner.
05. colourful image gallery: a. Carnival in Hamburg Hamburg is also rushing the ball nights. World artists met at the "Mont Sartre", a Carnival magic on the Elbe - with splashes of the Seine.
The Hanseatic League brawled in the Existentialist Eddy and Paris Air reversed everything only to turn around was.
b. talking Parrot (original sound)
01. Britain Mourns Her King
In London, and everywhere in the British Empire, a mourning salute of 56 guns followed the news of the death of King George VI., and brought sorrow to millions of people in England and the whole world. Rarely has a nation, and with it other friendly nations, taken such a deep interest in the way of life of the royal house, as under King George VI.
These are the last films of the deceased monarch as he waved God-speed to his oldest daughter Princess Elizabeth before her journey to Africa end Australia. The news of the sudden death of her father reached Princess Elizabeth in Africa. Winston Churchill and high officials of the British government received her on her arrival in London, now as Queen Elizabeth II. Mourning for their dead monarch and honoring their new queen, hundred of thousands jammed the streets and squares in London. In a solemn ceremony, the proclamation of the new Queen was read at five different places in London.
02. Actualities in Brief
Carl Schurz Society, Bremen
100 years ago, the German emigrant Carl Schurz arrived in the United States. On this occasion, the Carl Schurz Society in Bremen honored the man and his life-work which as soldier and statesman is closely connected with the history of democracy. The American Land Commissioner for Bremen, Admiral Jeffs, asked Germans to continue the good work commenced by Carl Schurz a century ago. Federal President Heuss emphasized in his speech: Carl Schurz helped make possible a democratic way of life.
The German Bundestag Votes on the German Defense Contribution
The question of a German contribution to European defense was discussed for 2 days by the Bundestag in Bonn. In an earnest debate, the deputies explained the point of view of their parties towards this important problem before the forum of the representatives of the German people. The Social Democratic opposition objected to the resolution which demanded consent to a military contribution by Germany. The coalition parties, CDU/CSU, FDP and DP declared their willingness to pledge a German contribution to the European defense union, to preserve and secure peace. Federal Chancellor Adenauer spoke for the creation of a strong Europe to avert the threat of Communism:
Original Sound: "It is a matter of life and death for the German people, and that includes the German behind the Iron Curtain."
After 20-hours of debate, the voting began. 204 deputies declared their consent for a German contribution to the defense of the West. 156 deputies voted against this resolution. The outcome of the voting is seen as a vote of confidence for the Federal government. The confirmation by the Bundestag of the German willingness to participate in the defense of Western Europe is a further important step towards the concentration of strength of the free world. The great debate proved the Bundestag to be a real forum of free opinion and democratic parliamentarianism.
a. European Figure Skating Championships, Vienna
European Ice Figure Skating Championships in Vienna. The ranking-list is unchanged. Helmut Seibt, Austria, seen here during his training, became again European Champion for 1952. Ria and Paul Falk, the German World- and European Champions 1951 retained their European title. And finally, Jeanette Altwegg, the British World- and European Champion defended her title against strong competition.
b. Football: Brunswick vs. Hamburg
In heavy snow Eintracht Braunschweig (dark shirts) met the Hamburg Sportverein. The hard frozen ground made it a difficult game for both teams. Woitkowiak shot the only goal for Hamburg. And that was all in spite of the superiority of the Brunswick team. Hamburg SV won by 1 : 0.
c. Skiing Championships
Dark snow clouds covered the sky over Braunlage in the Harz Mountains as tens of thousand, of spectators gathered for the Nordic Ski Championships. 21 competitors started for the relay race over four times 10 kilometers. Heinz Hauser became German Champion. A sharp wind, snow and ice covered the Brockenweg jump as the jumping started. Sepp Kleisl, No. 4, was second with two jumps of 47 and 43, 5 meters. Tony Brutscher won the, jump with two jumps of 45 and 46 meters.
05. Newsflashes from the Lighter Side
a. Carnival in Hamburg
Carnival also reigns in Hamburg. The artists met at "Mont Sartre," a ball on the Elbe River with splashes from the Seine River.
Original Sound music
The Hamburgers danced as existentialists and everything went topsy-turvy.
b. Talking and Singing Parrot
Original Sound "... and this is Laura from Bahia. We will sing a duet: 'Oh Donna Clara, I saw you dancing' Now cough! Again! And what do you say when you get up in the morning? Get up! Coffee! And now, Laura will sing like a lark in the sky."
Persons in the Film
Altwegg, Jeanette ; Baran, Ria ; Brutscherm, Toni ; Adenauer, Konrad ; Blankenhorn ; Blücher, Franz ; Brentano von ; Prinz Charles ; Churchill, Winston ; Ehlers, Hermann ; Elizabeth von England ; Elisabeth II. von England ; Georg VI. von England ; Heuss, Theodor ; Kaiser, Jakob ; Margaret von England ; Mary von England ; Ollenhauer, Erich ; Philip Mountbatten von Edinboroug ; Seebohm ; Schmid, Carlo ; Schröder, Luise ; Schurz, Carl ; Falk, Ria ; Hauser, Heinz ; Kleisl, Sepp ; Seibt, Helmut ; Woitkowiak
Braunschweig ; Vienna ; Braunlage ; Düsseldorf ; Bonn ; London ; Hamburg ; Italy ; Bremen
Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Ice skating ; Higher education ; Carnival ; Flags ; Carnival ; Football ; Policy ; Political events ; Ski, skiing, ski jumping ; sports audience, sports spectator ; Animals (except dogs) ; Deaths, funerals ; Korea war ; Coronations ; Cultural events ; Military ; Engagement ; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen ; Architecture ; Military ; Policy ; aftermath of war
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