01 updates soon a. England: devaluation of Sterling financial Minister Sir Stafforf Cripps at airport after returning from Washington. Sir Stafford Cripps, great talks, quote: "we have boldly created the opportunity, let US take it, let US maintain and not destroy the full employment we have all now." Newspaper front page. Brokers and people are pushing in the London Stock Exchange. Closed banks. Amsterdam Stock Exchange closes. Stock exchange listings.
(30 m) b. The end of the airlift aircraft on the airfield. Team will be welcomed. Flying plane and landing in Berlin. Major General Tunner, Chief of the air-bridge, Ernst Reuter, and the Commander of the airfield of RAF Gatow, welcomed the pilots.
(22 m) 02 Yehudin Menuhin plays in Berlin Titania Palace. Sergiu Celibidache in rehearsal with Yehudin Menuhin and the Berlin Philharmonic. Celibidache conducts the Brahms Violin Concerto. Menuhin plays. Posters for concerts sold out with shield. Berlin organ grinder SERENADES, listen with his wife Menuhin.
(52 m) 03. London: international fashion show - everything from wool mannequin dress presents. Costume. Long coat with wide sleeves of fur. Red afternoon dress with long full skirt and veil hat. Double-sided coat. Evening dress made of muslin with matching stole.
(34 m) 04. streiflichter from Germany a. Wiesbaden: voluntary self-monitoring body for the film industry transfer film self control in German hands. The President of self-control Professor of horny and Curt Oertel, Managing Director, half-close. Brigadier Crowe reads transfer Declaration.
(14 m) b. Cologne: housing lottery of the NWDR woman walks through debris. She buys a lot. Meeting in the City Hall of Viersen. Woman turns free sprocket wheel. Notary verified numbers. Organizer says, quote: "1-2-3 thank you very much. The notary flies over the rows of numbers. 36688. now we To want see if the lucky Messenger are so busy as earlier. Thank you very much. The gain in the maid Ida Birkholz went to Lübeck." Number is drawn from a filing cabinet. Reporters visited the winner in Lübeck. Actuality: "so I would like to congratulate you first to the 10,000 mark, gained in the housing lottery of the Nordwestdeutscher Rundfunk."
drive wheel by means of rope through the Höllental (37 m) c. of train Spitz artists artists. Artist turns under wheel on Trapeze. Artist goes over the rope and climbs above others across.
(34 m) 5th New York: UN treated current problems topic: prohibition of nuclear weapons, control of nuclear energy, nuclear explosion in Russia? Flags of the UN States in the district. Delegates in the Hall. Wyshinskij, half-close. Wyshinskij welcomes Bevin and Dean Acheson. Carlos Romulo enters the lectern as the President of the Assembly. Acheson, half close, Wyshinskij, half-close. Wyshinskij on the lectern. He goes to his room, totally.
(30 m) 06. Munich: football South - North 2-2 game. North scores goal 1:1 hugging players. Second half. Kick-off and play. Goal for South. Audience clapping. Controversial offside goal for North. Viewers filling picture. Northern shoots corner. Players from North curled the ball out of the gate. Southern shoots past penalty. Mounted police protects the referee after the game.
01 updates soon: a. devaluation of the pound has devalued the pound by 30%. This is the outcome of the Conference of American, British and Canadian financial experts in Washington.
On his return to London the British Chancellor of the Exchequer, this far-reaching decision announced [...], Sir Stafford Crip.
(Original sound): "we have boldly created the opportunity, let US take it, let US maintain and not destroy the full employment we have all now".
For days, the world was under the effect of this event. Thousands of excited brokers after the announcement of the drastic measure huddled in the London Stock Exchange. And behind the closed doors of the. Banks of England and the British Commonwealth worked feverishly on the implementation of the new provisions. Many exchanges, including those of Amsterdam, concluded vorübergehendihre goals. Many countries followed the British measures. In the course of this devaluation movement, also the conversion rate of the Deutsche mark against the dollar by 20% has been reduced.
(b). The end of the airlift flew the last American airlift aircraft to Berlin. Over 2 million tonnes of supplies were brought by British and American aircraft at around 277,000 flights to Berlin.
The last Skymaster in Berlin Tempelhof, ended up with 7 tons of coal.
Thus, the largest company in the history of aviation has found graduated.
Major General Tunner, head of the air-bridge, Mayor Reuter and the British commander of the airfield of RAF Gatow, group captain yard, welcomed the pilots who have performed the most flights from the entire staff of the airlift.
02. Menuhin plays an artistic event in the Berlin Titania-Palast in Berlin: the great American violinist Yehudi Menuhin plays on his Stradivarius.
Here A few pictures of the rehearsal with the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra under the baton of Sergiu Cellibidache. Menuhin plays the famous violin concerto by Brahms.
The sample to be an amusing interlude: a Berlin organ grinder SERENADES the larger music colleagues. And Menuhin makes good face to the whining game.
03. fashion from London: everything from wool international fashion show in London.
This time it's the wool, which is guiding and password of the season.
Here an English costume. Turquoise and Brown Tweed skirt. This Brown waistcoat and jacket. All made of the same fabric.
This tweed coat is a French idea. With patch Palzmanschetten. Maybe something flashy, but certainly attractive and... chubby.
Belgium introduces a red afternoon dress. Also made of wool, and with the toppings from the same material.
And again an English model: a coat, inside you can slide outward. A versatile piece of clothing.
And here a coral evening dress made of finest wool Georgette.
Wool anytime of the day!... . And where a wool, is also a way to process them practical and appealing.
04. streiflichter from Germany: a. control of German films In the Schloss Biebrich near Wiesbaden Allied film censorship and the "voluntary self-control of the German film industry" passed.
200 representatives of German films and domestic and foreign authorities were present.
The President of self-control, Professor of horny and left by him: Curt Oertel, the Managing Director of the new German test Commission.
Brigadier Crowe, the Chief of the information Department of the British zone, read out the Declaration of surrender.
b. Düsseldorf houses Lottery at intervals of three weeks, the Nordwestdeutsche radio in Cologne organized a housing lottery.
Purpose of this lottery is to make a contribution to tackling the housing shortage.
You can buy a ticket for a DM. To play either for themselves or for any refugee, Bombengeschädigten or other needy.
The main gains exceed the 10,000 mark, which may be used only for construction purposes.
The lucky numbers are determined in a colorful afternoon event - as here in the City Hall of the town of Viersen in the Rhineland.
(Original sound): "X - 2 3: thank you very much." The notary flies over the sequence of the numbers. 36688. now we To want look whether the lucky Messenger are again as busy as before. Thank you very much.
The gain in the maid Ida Birkholz went to Lübeck.
So I would like to congratulate you first very warmly to the 10,000 mark, you have gained in the housing lottery of the Northwest German radio Cologne.
c. Zugspitze artists every now and again on the rope above the Valley of hell!
These artists take the stroll across the abyss of the Zugspitze on a 1 1/2 inches strong rope, 1200 meters above the Earth.
A cold and gusty winds from the West. Reckless abandon daring? -for the Zugspitze artists only a small change from the eternal monotony of the circus dome.
This motorcycle ride with Trapeze acrobatics is but only a start. It is now about one on the rope zusteigen sitting away in dizzy heights. These include nerve by the strength of such wire ropes.
Da - a long step - a slight oscillation of the rod - and quietly, as if it were an afternoon stroll, the artist continues.
05. New York UN addresses current issues delegates from 59 Nations fill again the Conference Hall of the UN on long Iceland for New York.
Around 80 urgent problems of international politics are on the agenda.
The Soviet Foreign Minister Wyschinskij welcomes the British Foreign Minister Ernest Bevin. and the American Secretary of State Dean Acheson.
Carlos Romulo, the former delegate of the Philippines, was elected the President de Assembly. To the Declaration of President Truman, that evidence of a nuclear explosion in the Soviet Union to exist, Wyschinskij rejected any opinion.
"Banning of nuclear weapons" and "Control of Atomic Energy" have become the latest and most difficult problems of this session of the United Nations.
01. Actualities in Brief:
a. Pound Devaluation
The British pound was devaluated by 30%. This is the result of a conference of American, British and Canadian Finance experts. Sir Stafford Cripps, the British Chancellor of the Exchequer announced this important decision after his return to London. (Original Sound in English). The whole financise world stood still for days under the impact of this event. Thousands of excited stockbrokers crowded the neighbourhood of the stock exchange after the announcement of this decisive measure. Behind the closed doors of the Bank England and the British Commonwealth they work feverishly carrying out these new regulations. Many of the stock exchanges, such as in Amsterdam, closed their doors temporarily. Several countries followed the British measures. The D-Mark exchange rate was decreased by 20% to the dollar by devaluation.
b. The End of the Airlift
The last American Airlift plane flew to Berlin. More than two million tons of goods were flown to Berlin in 277,000 flights by British and American machines. The last Skymaster landed with 7 tons of coal at Berlin Tempelhof Airfield. The greatest program in the history of aviation has come to an end. Major General Tunner, Chief of the Airbridge, Burgermeister Reuter, and the British Commanding Officer of Gatow Airbase as well as Captain Yard greeted the pilots, who made the greatest number of flights of all Airbridge personnel.
02. Menuhin in Berlin
An artistic event at Titania Palace, Berlin: the great American violinist Yehudi Menuhin plays on his Stradivari. Here are some pictures of a rehearsal with the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Sergiu Cellibidache. Menuhin plays the famous violin concert by Brahms: (Original Sound). After the rehearsal an amusing intermission: a Berlin organ grinder plays for his great music colleague - and Menuhin smiles at this mechanical music.
03. Fashions from London:
All Made of Wool
International Fashion Show in London. This time wool is the hit of the season. Here is an English tailored suit. A tweed skirt of turquoise and brown wool, and a brown waistcoat and jacket. Every piece of the same material. This tweed coat is a French idea. It has fur cuffs. A little striking - but certainly charming and warm. Belgium shows a red tea-dress. Also made of wool. And another English model: a coat whose inside one can turn up. And here is a coral-red evening dress made of finest wool material. Wool for every hour of the day! ... And where wool exists there is also a way to make charming and tastful dresses.
04. Newsflashes from Germany:
a. Self Control of the German Film Industry
At Biebrich Castle near Wiesbaden the Allied film censorship was transferred to the "Voluntary Self Control of the German Film Industry." 200 representatives of the German Film Industry and German and foreign authorities were present. The President of the Self Control, Professor Geiler and on his left, Curt Oertel, manager of the new German examination committee. Brigadier General Crowe, Chief of the Information Service of the British Zone, read the declaration of the transfer.
b. Housing Lottery, Düsseldorf
Every three weeks the Northwest Broadcasting Station Cologne arranges a housing lottery in order to help solve the housing problem. One ticket costs 1 DM. You can play for yourself or for a refugee or a bombed-out victim or other needy persons. You can win up to 10,000 D Marks, which may only be used for a housing project. This shows how Viersen, a small town in the Rhineland, found its winner: (Original Sound): "- 2 - 3. Many thanks. The notarian checks the figures. 36688. Now let's see, whether we are lucky again. Thank you. Winner is the housewife Ida Birkholz from Lübeck. I want to congratulate you very very much about the 10,000 D-Marks which you have won in the housing lottery of the Cologne Broadcasting Station."
c. Zugspitz Artists
Again on a rope over the Höllental! These artists risk balancing on a 11/2 centimeter-thick rope, 1200 meters above the ground. A cold and sudden Westwind makes it even harder for the artists. Daring spirit? For these artists it means only a little change from the normal circus work. This ride on a motorbike is only the beginning. Now one of the artists has to climb over the other. This requires nerves as strong as this rope. Now - a big step - a little shaking - and he moves on quietly, just as it were only a little stroll.
05. New York:
UN Discusses Actual Problems
Delegates of 59 nations again fill the big assembly room of the United Nations at Long Island, New York. About 80 urgent problems of international politics were on the program. The Soviet Foreign Minister Vishinski greets the British Foreign Minister Ernest Bevin and the American Secretary of State Dean Acheson. Carlos Romulo, the former delegate of the Philipines, was elected President of this assembly. Vishinski gave us answer to the question of an atom explosion in the Soviet Union. President Truman said that there are different proofs of this fact. The "Prohibition of the Atom Weapons" and the "Atom Control" have turned out to be the most difficult and burning problems of the UN assemblies.
06. Football with Disharmony:
North-South 2 : 2
This match was looked forward to with great excitement. South Germany: dark shirts. The South leads 1 : 0. Both teams seem nerveous. The umpire makes false decisions. In the 35th minute the match stands 1 : 1. After the intermission the game is still tied. Goal for the South. 2 : 1. The decisions of the umpire get more and more uncertain. Here the much disputed goal for the North. But all objections were without any result. The stadium becomes a witch's kettle. Now the North pushes the ball out of the goal by hand. Eleven meters. But the ball misses the goal. The third meeting after the war of South- and North Germany ended 2 : 2. The Umpire was able to leave the field only with the help of the police.
06. Fussballkampf mit Dissonanzen:
Nord - Süd 2:2
Ein mit grosser Spannung erwartetes Spiel war der Kampf Norddeutschland gegen Süddeutschland in München.
Süddeutschland: dunkle Hemden.
Mit 1:0 konnte der Süden in Führung gehen.
Beide Mannschaften wirken nervös.
Dazu kommen unsichere Entscheidungen des Schiedsrichters.
In der 35. Minute kann der Norden ausgleichen. Mit 1:1 geht es in die Pause.
Nach dem Wiederanpfiff abermals ständige Angriffe der Süddeutschen. Noch immer ist das Spiel beider Mannschaften ohne rechten Zusammenhang.
Tor für Süddeutschland. Es steht 2:1.
Die Entscheidungen des Schiedsrichters werden immer unsicherer.
Hier das umstrittene Abseits-Tor für Norddeutschland.
Doch alle Reklamationen bleiben erfolglos. Des Stadion verwandelt sich in einen Hexenkessel. Die Süddeutschen sind immer wieder im gegnerischen Strafraum. Ein norddeutscher Spieler faustet den Ball aus dem Tor.
Elfmeter. Aber der Bill geht ins Aus.
2:2 endete diese dritte Begegnung nach der Kriege zwischen Nord-und Süddeutschland. Der Schlusspfiff ging im Tumult der 35,000 Zuschauer unter. Nur mit Polizeischutz konnte der Schiedsrichter den Platz verlassen.
Persons in the Film
Acheson, Dean ; Bevin, Ernest ; Celebidache, Sergiu ; Cripps, Stafford ; Crowe ; Geiler ; Oertel, Curt ; Reuter, Ernst ; Romulo, Carlos ; Tunner ; Wyschinsky ; Menuhin, Yehudi
Munich ; Zugspitze ; Wiesbaden ; New York ; Fassberg ; England ; Cologne ; Berlin ; London
Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Banking, banking ; gambling ; Flags ; filmmaking ; Foreign workers ; Football ; Musical events ; Radio, television ; Sports details, fouls ; sports audience, sports spectator ; Debris ; UN ; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen ; Fashion ; Architecture ; Crew ; finance ; aftermath of war
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