01. the funeral of King George VI. people on the street. Lying in State in Westminster Hall. Population passes on the coffin. Queen Elizabeth, Princess Margaret, Princess Elizabeth veiled in funeral service, totally. Funeral procession. Marines pull carriage with coffin. Funeral in Windsor Castle. Soldiers carry the coffin.
(30 m) 2 updates in the near future as Cologne. Before of the Munich Frauenkirche Church flags at half-mast funeral services for King George. Flags on half mast before Ignatius House in Frankfurt. Funeral service in the Church of England in Cologne. Heuss and diplomats on arrival, half-close.
(16 m) b. Frankfurt: Conference on women Mrs. McCloy at the lectern, half-close. Puts on glasses and speaks in English, o-ton: "the happiness of our children depends on whether we are alert enough that no weeds growing, neither at school nor in the press, in the judiciary, nor by political adventurers. We hold the freedoms that we have: the peace and the human rights. We will retain only both, if we are prepared to use us for them." Faces of listeners, tall and half close.
(29 m) c. Bayern: wild feeding wildlife in the snow. Hunters carry feed bales. US planes drop hay bales. Man wears hay to feeding site. Wild eats at feeding site.
(23 m) d. Frankfurt: Christian Socialist Congress fat, big, talks, quote: "I'm sure in the name of all German good trade unionist to speak, when I say that German trade unions are willing to make their contribution to the shaping of the European idea." As Paul Henry Spaak listeners with headphones, is great. Paul Henry Spaak on the lectern, half-close.
(32 m) e. Norderney: swim competition swim swimmer swimming in the wave pool. Herbert Klein launches and swims a new world record in 100 m butterfly. Man with a stopwatch. Herbert Klein rises out of the water, and congratulations.
(18 m) f. Gelsenkirchen: Hippo baby Hippo cow enters the water. Little Hippo remains. Hippo swims back and nudges Hippo baby in the water. It goes down and come back up. Both hippos in the water.
(19 m) 03 Oslo: the Winter Olympics 1st report: (Olympic fire, opening, two-woman bobsleigh, ice hockey, downhill ladies) cityscapes in Oslo. The Olympic torch ignited in Mountain ski veteran Sondre Norheim. Ski runners carry the Olympic flame in relay after Oslo. Invasion of the athletes in the ice stadium, Bislett Stadium. The team of the United States. Invasion of the German team. Anderl Ostler and Nieboer, half-close. People clapping and waving. Princess Ragnhild speaks the opening words. Torch bearer lit the Olympic flame. The FIBT: Start. Bob on the railway. Ostler, Nieboer, great. You watch the race. Start of the German bobs. Victory ride. Germany wins against the United States and of Switzerland. Ostler and Nieboer, great. Ice hockey: Germany - Czechoslovakia 1:6-game. Players fall. Shot on goal for the Czech Republic. Downhill - women's: ski runners. MIRL Buchner, half-close. Andrea Mead Lawrence, United States, runs and crashes. Runners on the track. Trude Jochum-Beiser, Austria, runs and wins gold medal for Austria. MIRL Buchner runs through the goal and win the silver medal.
01. the funeral of King George VI, with deepest emotion England took leave of his King. An endless train of mourners of all grassroots classes passed to the Catafalque in Westminster Hall. Hundreds of thousands of British citizens lined the streets of London and proved to be the last honor the deceased monarch. The Kings, heads of State and Government of many nations followed the incalculable grief course, at their head with her daughters, Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother and Princess Margaret. According to tradition, 147 Marines moved the carriage on which the coffin with the insignia of the King rested. The poignant funeral procession in the crypt Chapel of the Royal family came to an end after the transfer from London to Windsor Castle. A silence of 2 minutes in all parts of the British Empire accompanied moment, because King George the sixth to rest was buried.
02. updates in the near future: a. The flags were funeral services for King Georg Auch in Germany, as everywhere in the world, to commemorate King George on half-mast set. In the newly built Church of England in Cologne, a funeral service was Instead of. The heads of the diplomatic missions in Bonn and numerous members of the Federal Cabinet had appeared at their top German President Heuss. The English Bishop of Fulham celebrated the funeral service at the same hour, when the Beisetzungs celebrations for the deceased monarch began in London.
b. Conference on women to the deepening of German-American relations gathered more than 150 representatives of German women's organizations at a Conference in Frankfurt. Mrs. McCloy, the wife of the American High Commissioner, said in her opening speech: (original sound: "the happiness of our children depends on whether we are alert enough that no weeds growing, neither at school nor in the press, in the judiciary, nor by political adventurers.) We hold the freedoms that we have: the peace and the human rights. We will retain only both, if we are prepared to use us for them.")
Mrs. McCloy explained in the qualifiers which give the women social and their possibilities in international understanding.
c. the unusually heavy snowfalls of in recent weeks brought the mountain wildlife in need wildlife feeding in many places. Only with great difficulty, the hunters on the feeding grounds can get to protect the animals from starving to death.
American aircraft were commissioned this Samaritan the supply of the wild. You throw down hay bales. The people of remote mountain farms and towns make saving food then the feeding stations.
In all herds, such as here on the border between Bavaria and Tyrol, the game comes to the feeding.
d. Socialist Congress in Frankfurt met the 5th Congress of the "Socialist Movement for a United States of Europe". Christian fats, the Chairman of the German Trade Union Confederation, said: "Europe can only live if it receives not only a new form, but also a new content."
(Original sound: "in sure in the name of all German good trade unionist to speak, when I say that German trade unions are willing to make their contribution to shaping the European idea.")
Paul Henri Spaak said in his speech: "Europe could in future only exist, if it will unite its economy, its markets and its currency."
The delegates from 12 European countries committed themselves to social democracy in a United Europe.
(e). Herbert Klein swims world record at the Olympic test fighting of the float in Norderney Herbert Klein crowned his fantastic career with a new world record.
Herbert Klein, who already holds the world record progression 200 metres breaststroke, set the world best performance of the Russians Meshkov 100 m 8/10 seconds.
Herbert Klein the line with 1 minute, 5.8 seconds f. hippo baby and now watersports beginners swam in impressive form. 40 quintals liveweight present their offspring. The Happy Hippo cow at the Gelsenkirchen Zoo goes with her clumsy children to the first swimming lessons. Hydrophobia does not apply. The loving mother has drastic educational methods.
Well, where's he? Well, so! The baby is already feels in his element, when it was also baptized with nil, but in not with Westphalian water.
03. First image report: the Olympic Winter Games in Oslo, the Norwegian capital, Oslo is dedicated to the five rings, the symbol of the Olympics. In Morgedal in Telemark inflamed Sondre Norheim, the venerable old masters of skiing, cooking his Heimos the Olympic flame, then 100 Norwegian skiers in a torch relay brought to Oslo. Through valleys and over mountains went the drive from the birthplace of the skis to the Olympic venue of sports youth of all over the world. The sport's elite from 30 Nations moved at the Bislett Stadium in Oslo. The German team was welcomed with applause, when she moved over to the official gallery. Then said Princess Ragnhild, daughter of Crown Prince, the opening words. The Olympic flag was raised and the last Olympic torch runners appeared in the arena.
Feverishly applied the final preparations for the two-man race. In four rounds, each team had to defeat the newly built railway at Holmenkollen. It was a tough fight to hundredths of a second. The German world champion pair Ostler Nieboer carefully observed the competitors. And then the Germans even at the start. At the rate of one hundred kilometers it crosses over the 1500 metre distance, 15 curves over 300 meters gap.
The four runs ended with the victory of the Germans against the American and the Swiss team. Anderl Ostler and Lorenz Nieberl won the first gold medal for Germany.
The German ice hockey team (with shirt numbers) against Czechoslovakia joined after the battle with Canada and the United States. Under the increasing pressure of the Prague, the German defence despite outstanding individual performances lost the connection. The Czechs won in this harsh but fair game 6-1. After Mirl Buchner surprisingly had taken the bronze medal is in the giant slalom, the German sports world eagerly looked on their participation in the downhill. Strongest international competition was at the start. The young American Andrea Lawrence Mead, who had superior won the gold medal in the giant slalom, on the 1400-metre route through two crashes far came back. The pitfalls of this Olympic slope at the best and boldest participants was highest technical and physical requirements. Here, the Austrian's Trude Jochum-Beiser finish. She won the first gold medal for Austria. And thats Mirl Buchner! She remained just behind the winner and thus won the silver medal for Germany. A great success for MIRL!
01. The Funeral Of King George VI
With deep emotion, Britain paid homage to its king. An endless queue of mourners passed the catafalque in Westminster Hall. Hundred of thousands of British citizens line the streets of London paying homage to the deceased monarch Kings, state leaders and government chiefs of many nations followed the huge procession headed by the Queen Mother with her daughters Queen Elizabeth and Princess Margaret. After an old tradition, 147 Navy ratings draw the gun-carriage with the coffin of the king and the insignia. After the journey from London to Windsor Castle, the mourning process ion ended at the chapel. Two minutes of silence in all part of the British Empire attended the moment when King George was laid to rest.
02. Actualities in Brief
a. Mourning Service for King George
As everywhere in the world, the flags were set at half-mast in Germany in rememberance of King George. In the newly built English Church in Cologne a mourning service was held. The chiefs of the Diplomatic Corps in Bonn and numerous members of the Bundes Cabinet were present headed by Federal President Heuss. The English bishop of Fulham conducted the mourning service at the same time as the burial for the deceased monarch began in London.
b. Women's Congress
To fosten German-American relations, more than 150 representatives of German Women's Organisations met in Frankfurt. Mrs, McCloy, wife of the American High Commissioner, said in her opening speech:
Original Sound: "The happiness of our children depends on our vigilance that no weeds grow either in the schools or in the newspapers, the administration of the law or by political adventurers. Let's hold firm the freedom we have, the peace and human rights. We can only maintain them if we are willing to support the."
Furthermore, Mrs. McCloy explained the social task of women and their possibilities for creating understanding among the nations.
c. Feeding the Deer
The unusually heavy snow of the last weeks brought famine to the deer in the mountains. With great difficulties the forest-keepers try to reach the feeding places to protect the animals from starvation. US planes participated in this help-action for the deer. They dropped bales of hay and the farmers in the isolated mountain houses brought the bales to the feeding places. In big herds, as here near the border between Bavaria and Tyrol, the deer came to the feeding places.
d. Congress of the Socialist Movements for the United States of Europe
In Frankfurt, the 5th Congress of the "Socialist Movement for the United States of Europe" held a session. Christian Fette, Chairman of the German Trade Unions, said: "Europe can only live if it gets not only new form but also new meaning."
Original Sound. "I am sure I speak in the name of all good Trade Union members when I say that the German Trade Unions are ready to add their contribution to the forming of the new European idea."
Paul Henri Spaak said in his speech: ''Europe can only last in the future if it unites its economy, its trade and its currencies." The delegates of 12 European nations acknowled a socialist democracy in a united Europe.
e. Herbert Klein Swims New World Record
At the pre-Olympic competitions in Norderney, Herbert Klein topped his phantastic career with a new world record. Klein, who already holds the world record in 200 m breast stroke, broke the world record over 100 meters held by the Russian Meshkov by 3/10 sec. In brilliant form, Herbert Klein covered the course in 1 minute 5,8 sec.
f. Hippopotamus Baby
And now swimming lessons for beginners. The 2000 kg, hippopotamus in the Zoo in Gelsenkirchen presents its baby and teaches it the first swimming lesson. Fear of water is not permitted. The loving mother has drastic methods. Hey! Where is the baby? There it is. The baby is happy even if it's not baptized with water from the Nile River but from Westphalia.
03. First Films:
The Olympic Games in Oslo
Oslo, capital of Norway, is under the sign of the 5 circles, the symbol of the VI Olympic Games. In Norgedal in Telemark, Sondre Norheim, the veteran of skiing, lit the Olympic Fire at the fireplace of his home which is then brought by 100 Norwegian skiers in a relay race to Oslo. Through valleys and over mountains the torch is carried from the birth place of skiing to the Olympic gathering point of sportsman from all nations. Friendly competitors from 30 nations entered the Bislett Stadium in Oslo. The German team was greeted with cheers [...]s it passed the reviewing stand. Then Princess Ragnhild, daughter of the Norwegian Crown Prince, spoke the opening words. The Olympic flag was hoisted and the last [...]n of the Olympic torch-run entered the arena.
The last preparations for the two men bobsled race are made. In 4 runs, cach team [...]d to go over the new built bobsled track t[...] the Holmenkollen. It was a hare race; hundredth part: of seconds counted.
The German world Champion team Ostler-Nieberl watched the othe[...] competitors keenly. And now, the Germans start. At a speed of 100 KPH, they race over the 1500 meters long track with 15 curves and a difference in height of 300 meters. The 4 runs ended with a victory of the German team before the American and Swiss teams. Anderl Ostler and Lorenz Nieberl had won the first Gold Medal for Germany.
After the match against Canada and the US, the German ice hockey team (with numbers on the back) played against the team from Czechoslovakia. In spite of excellent performances of the German players, they lost the game. The Czechs won by 6:1.
After Mirl Buchner had won the Bronze Medal in the slalom race, Germany's sportmen looked anxiously for the results of the downhill race. Strongest international competition was at the start. The young American girl Andrea Lawrence-Mead who had won the slalom race, fall back on account of two spills on the course. The 1400 meters long track was very difficult and demanded the utmost skill. Trude Jochum-Beiser won the first Gold Medal for Austria. And here is Mirl Buchner She came in shortly behind the winner and won the Silver Medal for Germany. A great success for Mirl!
Persons in the Film
Buchner Fischer, Annemarie ; Elizabeth von England ; Elisabeth II. von England ; Fette, Christian ; Heuss, Theodor ; McCloy ; Margaret von England ; Ragnhild von Norwegen ; Spaak, Paul Henry ; Jensen, Ole ; Jochum-Beiser, Trude ; Klein, Herbert ; Mead, Andrea ; Nieberl, Lorenz ; Norheim, Sondre ; Ostler, Anderl
Norderney ; Oslo ; Frankfurt ; Burep ; Bavaria ; Munich ; London ; Cologne ; Gelsenkirchen ; Ludwigshafen, Germany ; Norway
Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Europe, EDC, EEC ; Flags ; Women, mothers ; Olympic Games 1952 ; Political events ; Religious events ; Swimming ; Sports details, fouls ; sports audience, sports spectator ; Cities ; Animals (except dogs) ; animal welfare, animal welfare ; Deaths, funerals ; Zoo, Wildlife Park ; Listener ; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen ; Trade unions ; aftermath of war
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