01 updates soon a. Oakridge: nuclear reactor interior of the reactor. Scientists win cure for diseases from nuclear energy. Work of reactors with artificial hands.
(26 m) b. Hamburg: Congress for cultural freedom writer of Stefan Andres talks about the position of the creative mind between East and West, close to half. Listeners and audience, great.
(10 m) c. food: opening of the America House the German and the American flag next to each other. Prime Minister Arnold upon arrival to the opening ceremony, half-close. Reading room.
(18 m) d. Berlin: customs smuggling cars driving on a wet road. West police checked vehicles, coming from the eastern sector. Furniture parts, stockings and roll of cloth are found in a truck. The confiscated goods will be stored in big Halle.
(24 m) 02 mad Kehraus parade in Munich, Mainz and Cologne. Funny cardboard heads, car, Jamal and peeling.
(31 m) 03. Highlights of the Winter Olympics: the masters of Oslo 2. report: (slalom men's speed skating, slalom ladies, downhill men's figure skating, ski jumping, bobsleigh) Olympic flames, great. Flags. The ski jump. Ski jumper. Cross country skier, Eisschnelläufer. Slalom men: stone, Eriksson, Norway, on the slopes. He won the silver medal. Runner crashes. Othmar Schneider, Austria, wins the gold medal. Othmar Schneider after victory, half-close. Speed skating: Hjalmar Andersen, Norway, at the start, half-close. Barrel. Andersen outweighs 5000 m, 10,000 m and 15,000 m. Hjalmar Andersen on podium, half-close. Slalom women: Marianne strange, Germany, crashes. MIRL Buchner runs and third parties. Start, run, and ride through the goal of OSSI Reichert. You win the silver medal. MIRL Buchner and OSSI Reichert embrace. Andrea Mead, United States, slips in the first round, but WINS in the second round and win the gold medal. Andrea Mead between OSSI Reichert and Mirl Buchner, half-close. Men's downhill: stone Eriksson with skis on his shoulder, half-close. Christl Pravda, Austria, runs and is third-party. Zeno Colò, Italy, at the start, half-close. His run. He won the gold medal. Colo exhausted after walking, half-close. Figure skating: Dick button on the ice. He won the gold medal. RIA and Paul Falk in pairs to win the gold medal. RIA and Paul Falk during the award ceremony between the siblings Kennedy, United States, and the siblings Nagy, Hungary. Ski jumping: ski jumper on the Hill and jump. Toni Brutscher is fourth best Central Europeans. Tornjörn FA Abdullah, Norway, silver medal, Arfinn Bergmann, Norway, wins the gold medal. Four-man: The Bob United States 1 on the line. The Bob Germany 1 with Ostler and Nieboer at the start. You win the gold medal against the United States.
Munich: Reception of Ostler and Nieboer crowd at the train station. Train arriving. Trip by Ostler and Nieboer with flowers by crowd.
01 updates soon: a. nuclear factory in this huge laboratory in Oak Ridge, United States, nuclear energy to a new cure for diseases developed. Capsules containing tiny amounts of uranium load these mysterious nuclear machine.
Radio active isotopes may be transported only in thick-walled vessels, Which one does not let through the dangerous gamma rays. Behind thick concrete walls and Windows, protected by a metre-thick walls of water, the nuclear technician move highly sensitive artificial hands. Each movement is transferred to the equipment inside the laboratory, where the hazardous material is tested. The guided grippers carry the radio active material in a measuring apparatus.
Blessed atomic energy which has already shown her wonderful work in the fields of medicine, biology, and agriculture.
b. Congress for cultural freedom of the position of the creative mind between East and West. The writer of Stefan Andres 'Congress for cultural freedom"at the Hamburg University spoke about this topic.
The rally was a demonstration of the free spirit against the thoughts dictatorship of communism.
c. America's new home opened Amerika Haus, Essen In the Ruhr city of Essen Central.
Numerous domestic and foreign guests participated in the inauguration celebrations, among them Prime Minister Arnold. 300 newspapers and journals, an extensive library, a documentary archive, artistic events and exhibitions aimed at providing visitors a true reflection of the United States.
d. Customs smuggling, Berlin around Berlin is not only the East-West border, but also the Ostmark-Deutsche Mark currency border. West Berlin police controlled upcoming vehicles on illegal importation from the eastern sector. A customs border to protect of the Deutsche mark and the West economy. Out the smuggling of this van, furniture parts are to the fore.
And here it rains grips and bolts of cloth from the double roof of the car. The smuggled goods will void the seizure.
A bizarre sidelight out of town with two currencies, on the border between East and West.
02. from the Rhine up to the ISAR: mad Kehraus with 15 chapels romped the Munich carnival procession through the town of ISAR.
With the white sausage parade was Once again up here, before the Carnival calendar called irrevocably to the large Kehraus.
The Revue of the Schwellkopp finished the boisterous Carnival magic at the parade in Mainz. And in Cologne, the great masquerade Once again surged through the streets of unfettered happiness.
The Carnival Ulk of foolish time ended with timpani and trumpets, with wit and humor.
03. highlights of the Winter Olympics: Olympics were the champions of Oslo VI unforgettable holidays. They gave the world a good example and model of friendly competition. Representatives of 30 Nations United as an Ambassador of goodwill and fair spirit, the ideals of the people of the free world.
Soviet Russia stayed away from the athletic competition. The other peoples but sent your best representatives, regardless of race, color, religion or political conviction. Worn by the same spirit, they proved to be true masters of sports and the sporting - regardless of whether in victory or defeat as.
The slalom course was riddled with 50 heavy gates. This time, the Norwegian stone Erikason, winner of the giant slalom, won the silver medal. On the difficult course, there were many falls. Here comes the winner Othmar Schneider, the 24 year old Austrian medical student. He won the gold medal by just 1.2 seconds.
Hjalmar Andersen, Norway sports Idol and world record man, was the most successful participant of the Olympic Games. Excellent style, he raced to the rail of the Bislett Stadium. Andersen won three gold medals in the Eisschnellaufen over 1500, 5000 and 10,000 metres.
84 participants struggled to the Laurel in the women's slalom. High tension was in the air. The German Marianne strange came by fall to their chances.
Here Mirl Buchner, who had so successfully cut off the bronze medal in the giant slalom and the silver medal in the downhill. She was third in this race. The big surprise was her colleague OSSI Reichert, Sonthofen, took the second place with excellent time of 2 minutes, 11 seconds.
The favorite Andrea Mead, United States, slip on the first pass. Valuable seconds lost the giant slalom winner. But then drove the 19 year old in the second round on Biogen and breaking. In a breathtaking ride she repeated the lost time. From OSSI Reichert and Mirl Buchner won their second gold medal the A lot admired ski girl from the United States.
The ACEs of the Alpine in the downhill was a breakneck chase. Christl Pravda, Austria, who had already won the silver medal in the giant slalom, finished third here.
The Italian world champion Zeno Colò raced in a daring shot ride across the slope. The thousands of spectators at the steep slope held their breath. It was a murderous run that brought a gold medal in Italy.
Dick button, the four-time American world champion was also on the ice of the Olympic Stadium unbeatable and remained a superior winner.
In the Olympic pairs competition, Germans were RIA and Paul Falk the undisputed favorites. Violent applause accompanied the great achievements of the world champion pair. The Falk won the third gold medal for Germany before the siblings Kennedy, United States, and Nagy, Hungary. An immense amount of 180,000 spectators filled the white square in front of the Holmenkoll-Hill. It was a folk festival - the crowded Stadium fascinated the world jump champion The young Oberstdorfer, Toni Brutscher, finished fourth here as the best Central Europeans. It was a triumph of the Norwegian jumper elite. Torbjörn FA Abdullah took the silver medal. And with 67 1/2 and 68 meters, his compatriot Arfinn remained miner of A lot likely Olympic champions.
When the heavyweight in the bobsleigh for the second time at the start, the German Olympic champions in the two-man had put together a new team of four. The most dangerous opponent was the Bob United States 1 now the weighty Bayern hunt went to the second gold medal. And again succeeded Anderl Ostler with his team to beat all competitors. A hot contested victory was earned, the Bavarian capital received the Olympic doubles champion with jubilation and enthusiasm. The Munich of famous and imposing national bobsled team prepared a triumphant reception.
01. Actualities in Brief
a. Atomic Energy Fights Disease
In this huge laboratory at Oak Ridge, USA, atomic energy is developed as a new medical weapon against disease.
Capsules containing minute quantities of uranium load this mysterious atomic machine. Radio-active isotopes can only be transported in heavily-leaded Containers which prevent the escape of the dangerous gamma rays. Behind thick concrete walls and Windows shielded by a meter-thick water wall, the atom technicians move sensitive artificial hands.
Every movement is duplicated by the apparatus inside the laboratory where the dangerous material is tested. The remote controlled handles transport the radio active material into a measuring apparatus. Beneficial atomic energy which has already wrought miracles in medicine, biology and agriculture.
b. Congress for Cultural Freedom
The state of the Creative spirit between East and West: author Stefan Andres spoke on this topical theme before the "Congress for Cultural Freedom" in Hamburg'suniversity.
The meeting was a demonstration of the free spirit against the dictatorship of ideas by Communism.
c. America House, Essen
In the centre of Essen, in the Ruhr district, a new America House was opened. Many [...]uests from Germany and abroad attended the opening ceremony, among them Minister President Arnold. A comprehensive library, 300 newspapers and magazines on file, a documentary film archive, shows and exhibitions give a true reflection of life in the United States.
d. On the East-West Border
In Berlin they have not only the East-West border but also a currency border between the East mark and D-mark. The police of Western Berlin control cars coming from the East sector for illegally imported goods. A customs border to protect the D-mark and the economy of Western Berlin. In a hiding place for smuggled goods in this truck parts of furniture were found. And in the double roof of this car were stockings and bales of textile fabrics. The smuggled goods are confiscated. A strange side-light from the town with two currencies on the border between Last and west.
02. From the Rhine to the Isar:
The End of Carnival
With 15 band s of music, Munich's Fasching parade went through the streets of the town. Including a parade of sausages, the festival spirit reached its climax before Fasching came to an end.
At the Carnival parade in Mainz, the swollen heads represented the finish of the crazy times.
For the last time for this year, the Carnival parade went through the streets of Cologne. With drums beating and trumpets sounding the crazy times ended.
03. Highlights Of The Olympic Winter Games: The Champions Of Oslo
The VI th Olympic Winter Games were unforgettable days. They showed the world a wonderful example and model of friendly competition. The representatives of 30 nations assembled as ambassadors of good will and fair play: ideals of the people of the free world. Soviet Russia was absent from this competition of free athletes. But the other nations sent their best representatives irrespective of race, religion, color or political belief. Borne by the same spirit they proved themselves - irrespective of victory or defeat - true Champions of sport and sportsmanship.
The slalom track had 50 very difficult gates. The Norwegian Stein-Eriksson, winner of the giant slalom, won the Silver Modal in the slalom race. Many erashes occured on the very steep track. Here comes the winner: Othmar Schneider, 24-year old Austrian medical student. He won the Gold Medel by 1,2 sec.
Hjalmar Andersen, the sport-idol of Norway and world Champion, was the most successful competitor of the Olympic Winter Games. In brilliant style, he raced over the rink of the Bislett Stadium. Andersen won three Gold Medals in the following competitions speed skating over 1500 meters, 5,000 meters and 10,000 meters.
84 competitors started in the women's slalom. The atmosphere was tense with excitement. The German Marianne Seltsam lost her chances on account of a crash. Here is Mirl Buchner, Germany, who had already won the Bronze Medal in the giant slalom and the Silver Medal in the downhill race. She was third in this race. The great surprise was Ossi Reichert Sonthofen, Germany, who came in second in only 2 minutes 11 sec. for the run. The favorite, Andrea Mead, US, slipped during the first run. Precious seconds were lost. But in the next run she staked everything. In a breath-taking race she made up the lost time and won the competition from Ossi Reichert and Mirl Buchner. That was the second Gold Medel she won.
The downhill race was a neck-breaking affair. Christl Pravda, Austria, who had already won the Silver Medal for the giant goal race, became third. At a daredevil speed, the Italian world champion Zeno Colo raced over the track. Thousands of spectators hold their breath. It was a murderous run which brought a Gold Medal for Italy.
Dick Button, four times America world champion, was unbeatable and won the ice figure skating which case.
In theOlympic Ice Figure Sketing for couples, the Germans Ria and Paul Falk were favorites. Oviations accompanied the great performance of the world champions. Second, the brother and sister Kennedy, US, and third, the Nagys, Hungary
The Falks won the third Gold Medal for Germany. A tremendous crowd of 180,000 spectators filled the place at the Holmenkoll jump. It was [...] public festival and the jumpers from all over the world fascin ted the crowd in the over crowded Stadium. The young German Toni Erutscher from Oberstdorf pleaced fourth, and was the best middle-Europe in competitor. The jump became a triumph for the Norwegi ns.
Torbjörn Falln[...]ger won the Silver Medal while countryman Arfinn Bergman won the Gold Medal with two jumps of 67,5 und 68 meters.
As the heavyweights of the German bobsled term went to the start for the second time, they had made up a new team for the four-men-bobsled race. The most dangerous opponent was the team from the US. Now the German team starts for their second Gold Medal. And again, Anderl Ostler succeded in winning a first for Germany. The Capital of Bavaria received the Olympic double winners with cheers: Munich gave them a heroes' welcome.
Persons in the Film
Andersen, Hjalmar ; Baran, Ria ; Bergmann, Arnfinn ; Brutscherm, Toni ; Buchner Fischer, Annemarie ; Button, Richard ; Andres, Stefan ; Arnold, Karl ; Schmid, Carlo ; Colo, Zeno ; Falk, Ria ; Falkanger, Torbjörn ; Kennedy, John F. ; Mead, Andrea ; Nagy ; Nieberl, Lorenz ; Ostler, Anderl ; Pravda, Christl ; Reichert, Ossi ; Seltsam, Marianne ; Schneider, Othmar ; Stein-Eriksson
Oslo ; Munich ; Oak Ridge ; Food ; Mainz ; Cologne ; Berlin ; Hamburg ; Bad Godesberg
Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Libraries ; Books ; Border DDR/BRD, borders ; Carnival ; Flags ; Carnival ; Olympic Games 1952 ; Police ; Spoprt-Ehrungen ; sports audience, sports spectator ; Buildings ; Cultural events ; Customs ; Listener ; Astrology ; Construction ; Crew ; Sports honors ; aftermath of war
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