01 General Eisenhower farewell to Germany Koblenz: Eisenhower Get up stand, total, and decreases parade by French troops. Francois Poncet stands next to him. Parade of French troops.
Frankfurt: Eisenhower, great. McCloy to stands, half-close. Plane parade. Took of the American troops. Eisenhower greeting, half-close.
Bonn: Car ride up front of the Palais Schaumburg. Eisenhower gets out of car and enters the building. Eisenhower stands in front of the Palais Schaumburg in addition to Adenauer. In their accompanied by McCloy and interpreters Weber. Eisenhower speaks, half-close. Photographers and cameramen. Handshake Eisenhower - Adenauer.
(43 m) 02 Germany celebrates the "labour day" may move to Hamburg. Rally at the Königsplatz in Munich. Maypole. Dance around the Maypole in Bavarian rural communities. May rally in Berlin. Christian fats at the lectern, half-close. Heuss speaks, o-ton: "I follow not too accurate, because my epicurean is limited, the Eastern Soviet press. But somewhat I'm following them, and I've never seen that in the eastern sector, or in the Eastern people have fled West Berlin or West Germany, in order To find political protection." Audience, great.
(46 m) 03. A prominent refugee from the East, a report on the reasons of his escape, actuality are Gerhard Rummler, personal press officer of the Soviet zonal Secretary of State Dertinger,: "through my work as a personal assistant to the press of the ostzonalen Foreign Minister Dertinger I came personally to the firm conviction that the Kremlin is not seriously at all about his alleged willingness to all-German elections and the reunification of Germany. The people in East Germany know this perfectly well and look forward and confident on the attitude of the Western Nations in their vast majority."
(28 m) 04 updates soon a. Washington: peace treaty with Japan signed the document. Dean Acheson reads message of Truman.
(11 m) b. mother's day Villa Hammerschmidt, half-close. Heuss speaks before representatives of the Church and charitable organizations. Managing Director of the lectures speaks, o-ton: "In the past year we have collected nearly 3 million mark and could send 38,000 tired and exhausted mothers in recovery of that money. And we hope that we get sufficient funds this year to help more mothers." Women in recovery homes on lounge chairs and walking.
(15 m) c. departure of Stuttgarter kickers in the United States team goes through the crowd to the aircraft. Players waving on the aircraft stairs. Scandinavia launches aircraft.
(10 m) 05. whisper of the eastern zone picture of Stalin hanging on the wall. Soldier sitting at desk phone without Sprechmuschel (direct line to Moscow). Phone rings. Soldier takes off and stops. Soldier goes with visitors in factory to visit. Machines operate at full speed. Rising power curve. From machine, plate is continuously elevator out of service.
(28 m) 6th sports a. Cologne: football Germany - Ireland 3-0 teams invade. Referees and team captains choosing page. Kick-off. Bleachers image filling and half close. Germany in the attack. 1-0 to Germany. Cheering spectators, half-close. Headed goal by Germany.
(32 m) b. Antwerp: boxes Heinz Neuhaus - attacking Karel Sys Neuhaus, but cleverly dodging sys. Result of the struggle: point victory for sys. Boxers hug after the fight.
(27 m) c. London: Newcastle United-arsenal 1-0 soccer cup Churchill greeted the two teams. People wave. Kick-off. Arsenal charge ahead. Newcastle before the gate. Goalkeeper running out of the gate, but shot across goal. Latte shot by arsenal. Shortly before the end, Newcastle strikes up a 1-0. Winning team with the trophy.
01 General Eisenhower farewell General Eisenhower, the outgoing Commander of the Atlantic Pact armed forces of Germany, took leave of the Allied troops stationed in Germany.
In Koblenz, the General declined the last parade of the French troops.
At the Frankfurt Stadium, where the American High Commissioner McCloy, generals and admirals of the United States took installation in the Gallery, 200 aircraft of all types flew over the parade field. Then began the took 4,000 soldiers in field uniform, General Eisenhower took leave from Federal Chancellor Dr. Adenauer units of the American army, the Navy and the air force, at the Palais Schaumburg in Bonn. The European defence community and the German Allied Treaty were Once again at the center of the meeting between the Chancellor and the General returning to the United States. Prior to German and foreign journalists said General Eisenhower about this meeting: "We have discussed what we can do To give European youth a chance to build their future in peace and freedom. We believe that the youth of Europe deserves a better fate than our generation."
02. Germany as in all countries of the Western world celebrates the "labour day" impressive demonstrations in the whole country celebrated also the working people of the Federal Republic of the "labour day" in enormous freedom rallies. From the North Sea to the Alps, from Hamburg to Munich, millions from all strata of the population to powerful demonstrations for freedom in peace and social justice gathered. Members of enterprises under the bright Spring Sun may have been found in the rural districts of Bavaria's dance together. At the heart of the celebrations, the massive demonstration of freedom stood on the square of the Republic in Berlin. Over half a million from the West and the East of the divided city had gathered on the border of the Soviet sector. According to Christian, fats, the Chairman of the German Trade Union Confederation, said German President Heuss: (original sound: "I follow not too accurate – because my genus addiction is limited – the Eastern Soviet press.) But somewhat I'm following them, and I've never seen that in the eastern sector, or in the Eastern people have fled from West Berlin or West Germany, in order To find political protection.")
03. a prominent fugitive has fled the East Gerald Rummler, the personal press officer of the Soviet zonal Secretary of State Dertinger, to West Berlin. Antoinette fled because he was forced by the NKVD to spy on his superior Dertinger, and it also looked through the Soviet game with the fate of the German people (original sound: "through my work as a personal assistant to the press of the ostzonalen Foreign Minister Dertinger I came personally to the firm conviction that the Kremlin is not seriously at all about his alleged willingness to all-German elections and the reunification of Germany.) The people in East Germany know exactly this and look forward and confident on the attitude of the Western Nations in their vast majority.")
04. updates soon: a. peace treaty with Japan the peace treaty with Japan has entered into force. After the ratification of the Charter by the United States and 9 other countries, a message President Trumans, in which the new bonds of friendship between the two Nations is pointed out made US Secretary of State Dean Acheson in Washington.
b. President Heuss "Mother's day" for mother's day, German President Heuss said to the representatives of the Church and the various welfare organisations.
For the Müttergenesungswerk, the Managing Director, Mrs. Dr. Nopitsch said: (original sound: "In the past year we have collected nearly 3 million mark and could send 38,000 tired and exhausted mothers in recovery of that money.) And we hope that we get sufficient funds this year to help more mothers.")
c. Stuttgarter kickers flew the "Stuttgarter kickers" to United States at the invitation of the German American Football Association after the United States.
The team will compete in various cities of the United States against American football clubs. Hundreds of sports enthusiasts adopted the representative of German football sports.
05. new episode: whisper of the zone Commissioner: sit down, Comrade!
Man: Thank you Very much. What is a funny phone? Can you don't even just talking?
Commissioner: That is our direct line for moskau man: (laughs) very good!
Commissioner: To command! To command! To command!
Commissioner: Now you will experience what! Now I'll show you our "Steam hammer" pattern factory.
Director: So, in the last year target achieved! This year 100% more. Next year: absolute record.
Commissioner: And what do you produce?
Director: Signs! Shields Lauter! Prima design. All with the same text.
"Elevator out of service!"
06. sports: a. football: Cologne Germany - Ireland 3-0 the Müngersdorfer Stadion in Cologne was the venue of the revenge-meeting of the German soccer national team against Ireland.
Germany in black pants. After several attacks of the Germans, Ireland had a huge opportunity. But the ball went over the crossbar.
But then a cheering roared through the stadium: Posipal scored the 1-0 to Germany.
Now, the attack of the German fire was ignited.
They laid siege to the Irish goal. After the second goal by Ottmar Walter, Taha increased the German country win 3-0.
b. boxes sys. /. The German European champion Heinz Neuhaus Belgian Karel sys turns to a heavyweight revenge Neuhaus, Antwerp in Antwerp.
Neuhaus with stripes on the trousers.
The fight was over ten rounds. Neuhaus tried in vain to meet the always evasive Belgian. Neuhaus lost his line in the second half of the meeting. The old ring Bunny of Karel sys with all waters washed away from this sent all attacks.
The International War Tribunal: 4 rounds for sys, 3 for Neuhaus, drawn 3. The fight wasn't about the title of the European champion, but Neuhaus lost for the first time in 28 Professional fights.
c. London: Newcastle is Cup Winston Churchill welcomed the teams of Newcastle United (in striped shirts) and arsenal. London Wembley Stadium was crowded to bursting as the two teams to fight for the most famous football trophy contested the world.
The game began with dangerous attacks by arsenal. But then, the favorite Newcastle unleashed a game of atemraubender drama. But Arsenal's defense stood as a bulwark, although the Defender Barnes had to retire after just 20 minutes because of a knee injury.
The voltage is increased with each minute of the second half. Again Newcastle is attacked, but the ball went just over the goal. Arsenal is going on. -Gasp the hundred thousand but the ball goes against the crossbar, artistic individual enrapture the stadium to storms of applause. As - 1-0 for Newcastle beheads 5 minutes before the end - the Chilean International Robledo.
What succeeded in this century of still no English team has reached Newcastle: last year's winner again won the "Cup final".
01. General Eisenhower Bids Farewell to Germany
General Eisenhower, departing Supreme Commander of the Atlantic Pact Forces, bade farewell to the allied troops in Germany. In Koblenz, General Eisenhower reviewed for the last time the French troops in Germany. In Frankfurt's Stadium, with High Commissionar McCloy, generals and admirals of the US forces on the reviewing stand, 200 planes of all types flew over the stadium. Then the parade of 4,000 soldiers in battledress, units of the US Army, Navy and Air Force. At the Palais Schaumburg in Bonn, General Eisenhower bade farewell to Federal Chancellor Adenauer. Main point of the conversation between the chancellor and the general who returns to America were again the nagotiations about the establishment of a European defence union and the German-Allied treaty. Before German and foreign journalists, the general reported about this meeting: "We have discussed what we can do to give European youth a chance to built their future in peace and freedom. We believe that the youth of Europe deserves a better fate than our generation had."
02. Germany Celebrates "May Day"
As in all countries of the Western world the workers of the Federal Republic celebrated "May Day" with huge demonstrations. From the North Sea to the Alps, from Hamburg to Munich, millions of all classes of the population gathered for powerful demonstrations for freedom, peace and social justice. In the rural districts of Bavaria, the workers gathered in the sunshine for a May dance. The focal point of all celebrations was the demonstration for freedom on Berlin's Republic Square. More than half a million people from the West and the East of the divided town gathered near the border of the Soviet sector.
Following Christian Fette, chairman of the German Trade Unions, Federal President Heuss spoke:
Original Sound: "I do not follow too closely the Soviet press, as my pleasure in it is limited. But in some measure I do, and I have never read that people from West-Berlin or West-Germany fled into the East sector or to the East zone to find political refuge."
03. A Prominent Refugee from the East
Gerald Rummler, the personal press attaché of the East Zone's Foreign Secretary Dertinger, has sought refuge in West Berlin. He fled because he was forced by the NKWD to spy on his chief Dertinger, and because, over and above that, he saw through the game that the Soviets are playing with the fate of the German people.
Original Sound: "In my capacity as personal press attaché to East Zone Foreign Secretary Dertinger, I gained the firm conviction that the Kremlin by no means takes seriously its alleged willingness towards all-German elections and towards the reunion of Germany. The people in Eastern Germany are well aware of this and in an overwhelming majority look hopefully and confidently towards the attitude of the Western nations."
04. Actualities in Brief
a. Treaty of Peace with Japan
The treaty of peace with Japan has been signed. After the ratification of the treaty by the US and nine other states, in Washington Secretary of State Dean Acheson read a statement by President Truman which pointed to the new bonds of friendship between the two nations.
b. Mothers' Day
On the occasion of Mothers' Day, Federal President Heuss spoke before representatives of the clergy and several welfare organisations. About the help-program for mothers, Mrs. Dr. Nopitsch, chairman of this program said:
Original Sound: "During the last year, we collected nearly 3 million marks which enabled us to give a holiday to 38,000 tired and overworked housewives. We hope that this year we will again get enough money to help more mothers."
c. Stuttgarter Kickers Left for the US
By invitation of the German-American Football Association, the "Stuttgarter Kickers" left by plane for the US, This team will play against American football clubs in several American towns. On Stuttgart's airfield, hundreds of sport enthusiasts bade farewell to these representatives of German football.
05. East Zone Whispers No. 3
Commissar: Take a seat, comrade!
Little Man: Thank you. That's a funny telephone! How can you talk back?
Commissar: That is our direct line to Moscow.
Little Man: Very good. Ha,ha,ha (Bell rings)
Commissar: Yes, Sir! Yes, Sir! Yes, Sir! Now, you will see something. I must inspect our model plant "Steam Hammer!"
Director: This is our schedule: last year we filled all Orders! This year: 100 % more! Next year: we shall break all records!
Little Man: Wonderful! Wonderful!
Commissar: And what are you producing here?
Director: Metal strips! Lots and lots of metal strips! First rate quality! And all with the same legend:
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a. Football: Germany vs. Ireland
In the Müngersdorfer Stadium in Cologne the German national football team (black shorts) met a team from Ireland.
After the Germans had missed several chances to score a goal, Ireland also missed a great chance: the ball went over the goal. Posipal shot the first goal for Germany and the Stadium cheered him. Now the Germans had picked up strength and besieged the Irish goal. After a second goal by Walter, Termath shot the 3rd goal for Germany. Germany won the match by 3:0.
b. Sys Beats Neuhaus On Points
In Antwerp the German European Champion Heinz Neuhaus (with striped shorts) and the Belgian Karel Sys met for 10 rounds. Neuhaus tried in vain to land a decisive punch. In the second half, Neuhaus became unsteady and Karel Sys avoided all punches. The international referee decided: 4 rounds for Sys, 3 for Neuhaus, 3 undecided. This was not an official fight for the European title but Neuhaus, for the first time in 28 fights, lost a fight.
c. London: Newcastle Wins the Cup
Winston Churchill greated the teams of Newcastle United (striped shirts) and Arsenal. The Wembley Stadium in London was jammed as the two teams contested for the most famous football trophy in the world The play started with heavy attacks by Arsenal. But Newcastle played with breathtaking skill. Arsenal's defence stood firm in spite of the loss of Barnes, who had to withdraw from the field on account of a torn knee ligament. The tension mounted. Newcastle attacked and the hundred thousands held their breath but the ball hit the crossbar. No goal had been scored but 5 minutes before the end Robledo headed a goal. In this Century no team had ever succeeded in winning the Cup twice in succession, but Newcastle last year's wiener won the Cup again.
Persons in the Film
Acheson, Dean ; Adenauer, Konrad ; Churchill, Winston ; Eisenhower, Dwight ; Fette, Christian ; François-Ponçet, André ; Heuss, Theodor ; McCloy, John ; Rummler, Gerald ; Weber, Paul ; Neuhaus, Heinz ; Sys, Karel
London ; Cologne ; Antwerp ; Frankfurt ; Koblenz ; Hamburg ; Bad Godesberg ; Baden-Baden ; Berlin ; Bonn ; Munich ; Bavaria ; Washington
Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Boxes ; DDR ; Hands ; Interviews ; cameramen, cameramen ; Refugees ; Women, mothers ; Leisure, recreation ; Football ; Spoprt-Ehrungen ; sports audience, sports spectator ; Dance ; automotive engineering, automotive ; People ; Military events ; Welfare, aid agencies, care ; Listener ; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen ; NATO ; Cinema commercials ; Crew ; Anniversaries, Jubilees, birthdays ; Trade unions ; Japan ; Sports honors ; aftermath of war
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