UFA-Wochenschau 98/1958 10.06.1958
01 Bonn: The 17th of June breakdown from NDW 437 / 2: Parliament commemorates the June 17 in a ceremony. Looking back on the events of 17 June 1953 (23 m) 02 Heuss in the United States aircraft rolls out. Eisenhower Heuss in Washington is located on the airfield. 15s presents. Salut. Ride through the city. Heuss lays down wreath at the tomb of the unknown soldier in Arlington. Wreath-laying ceremony at the tomb of the first President of the United States George Washington. Heuss visited art gallery. Reception of the German Embassy at the Mayflower Hotel. Eisenhower welcomed Heuss outside the White House, both great in a white Tux. Among the guests of Wernher von Braun, Felix von Eckart by Brentano, Mamie Eisenhower and Dulles.
(53 m) 03 Algeria: cheers storms to de Gaulle breakdown from NDW 437 / 3: acclaimed by the masses is de Gaulle standing by Algiers. Balcony he proclaims equal rights for Algerian and French (interview) the 300,000 people. Singing the Marsseilaise. De Gaulle goes through the crowd. (23 m) 4th Bonn: the French Ambassador Couve de Murville reported Maurice Couve de Murville, French Ambassador, visited Adenauer talks to France's policy. Handshake with Adenauer von Brentano.
(9 m) 5th Moscow: industrial fair Berthold Beitz, Chief Representative of the Krupp company gets out of car. Beitz visited industrial exhibition in Moscow. Beitz prior to original rendering of Sputnik III. (18 m) 6th Zurich: Sanatorium for birds injured are birds found on in veterinary practice, which is open day and night, released and treated. Bird hospital.
(27 m) 07 CSSR nature reserve of Chropyn seagulls nest with eggs in the reeds. Little gull hatches from the egg and swims in pond.
(27 m) 08 Salzburg: couple adopted 10 crew children (not meters specified) young married couple with their 10 adopted at breakfast. Colored children when driving with the car.
09th Dießen/Ammersee: SOS Children's village construction of the children's village. Laundry is hung up. Children play outdoors. SOS Children mother with children.
(38 m) 10 Tokyo: Asian Games breakdown from NDW 437 / 7: Emperor Hirohito opened the Asian Games. As a guest next to him are the Shah of Persia. Pigeons fly up. 5000 m run: start and run. It is Inoue / Japan in 14.39,4 minutes. A spectator close to half. High jump: Ethirvarashinan / Ceylon WINS with 2.03 m long jump: hang Sung Chul / Korea WINS with 7.45 m swim 400 m: Yamanaka / Japan new world record swims in 4.23,9 minutes. 100 m race: Khaliq / Pakistan, WINS at 10.9 sec. Marathon running: Runner on the track. Under de blazing sun To give up many runners. Lee Chang Hoon / Korea arrives first at the stadium. At the finish, he collapses and is taken away. Winner's time: 2 hours, 32 minutes, 55 seconds. Final rally with Fireworks.
(39 m) 11 Epsom Derby bookmakers. Track visitors, Queen Elizabeth and Princess Margaret on arrival. Horses in the lead ring. Start and race. Guersillus leads from the start up to the inlet in the HomeStretch. Comes from behind a crass outsider hard ridden forward and WINS with 5 length lead under Jockey Charlie Smirke. Winning horse with Jockey Charlie Smirke.
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Adenauer, Konrad ; Beitz, Berthold ; Braun von, Wernher ; Brentano von, Heinrich ; Dulles, John Foster ; Eckardt von, Felix ; Eisenhower, Dwight ; Elisabeth II. von England ; Gaulle de, Charles ; Heuss, Theodor ; Hirohito von Japan ; Margaret von England ; Muhammed Riza Pahlewi von Persien ; Murville de, Maurice Couve ; Ethirvarashinan ; Hang, Sung Chul ; Inoue ; Khaliq ; Lee, Chang Hoon ; Smirke, Charlie ; Yamanaka
Sachindex Wochenschauen ; cameramen, cameramen ; art jumping ; Photographers ; Political events ; Rockets ; Horse riding, horse racing (without harness) ; Reviews ; Satellite ; Swimming ; Sports details, fouls ; sports audience, sports spectator ; sporting events ; Animals (except dogs) ; diving ; wreath stoppages ; Athletics, jogging, fun run ; Military ; space ; Welfare, aid agencies, care ; Foreign policy events ; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen ; Exhibitions ; Crew ; Anniversaries, Jubilees, birthdays ; Military ; transport
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- Title mark Memorial Day June 17 origin: Archive Heuss in United States camera: Luppa de Gaulle in Algeria origin: Gaumont Murville at Adenauer in Bonn camera: fire Beitz (v. Krupp A. G.) in Moscow origin: DEFA "Bird sanatorium" in Zurich origin: Cine journal seagulls reserve Chropyn/Czech Republic.
Origin: State children's village Ammersee camera: Hafner "Asian. Sports games "in Tokyo source: Asahi news Epsom Derby in London origin: Pathe news final brand"
70th Anniversary of the Opening of the First SOS Children's Village (April 15, 1951)
On April 15, 1951, the first SOS Children's Village opens in the Austrian village of Imst, initially providing 45 children with a new home in five houses. The foundation for the donation-based facility had been laid just two years earlier.
The initiative goes back to Hermann Gmeiner, a medical student at the time. He wanted to take care of the misery of the countless children abandoned or orphaned during the Second World War. Considering the deplorable conditions prevalent in the children's homes during the post-war period, and having been raised as a half-orphan by his older sister himself, it is a matter close to his heart to make it possible for parentless and homeless children to grow up in family-like communities. In the SOS Children's Villages, several children live together with a "surrogate mother" in a common house in a village compound. The SOS Children’s Villages had two role models: 1) the Pestalozzi Children's Village, which was established in Trogen, Switzerland, between 1944 and 1946, primarily for war orphans, and 2) the „Children's Homes“ that were established by deaconess Eva von Tiele-Winckler in the 19th century.
Gmeiner quickly founded other SOS Children’s Villages, first in Austria and later in many other European countries. In 1960 all facilities merged under the umbrella organization SOS Children’s Villages International, with Gmeiner as its president. The first SOS Children's Village outside of Europe was established in South Korea in 1963, soon followed by villages in other parts of Asia, South America and Africa. When founding father Hermann Gmeiner dies in 1986 after almost four decades of selfless dedication to his social work, he leaves behind a legacy of 233 SOS Children's Villages in 85 countries. Today, the organization, which is still financed by donations, looks after more than 400,000 children in 572 SOS Children's Villages in 137 countries.