Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 22/1950 27.06.1950
1st 1900 years city Cologne Mercedes drives in front of the Gürzenich. Fixed Assembly. As the audience at the ceremony: Heuss Cardinal Frings, Prime Minister Arnold, General Bishop, Bundestag President Dr. Köhler, half-close.
(15 m) 02 Ruhrfestspiele 1950 Dolly of the NDW. Werner Krauss gets out and speaks. Original sound. "Yes, I am happy, glad that I'm back for 6 years in Germany, and that I can open the Recklinghausener Festival with. Do you want more?" Celebration meeting 'King Lear' clapping audience. Werner Krauss and starring bow.
(26 m) 03 farewell visit of the High Commissioner Brian Robertson at Heuss. Arrival of the new High Commissioner reverses Sir Ivone Kirkpatrick Rollsroyce, Mrs. Robertson gets out of car and Brian Robertson. Greeting a COP, big. Handshake Heuss-Robertson. Heuss in conversation with Ms. Robertson. Twin-engined propeller aircraft lands. Ivone Kirkpatrick and wife get off plane. Stand of the British army presented. Kirkpatrick, on the microphone.
(27 m) 04. Paris: negotiations on the underlies sitting Foreign Minister, Schuman, half-close. The representatives of Italy and Belgium. Schuman says, total. The German delegation with Professor Walter Hallstein and Assistant Director Blankenhorn.
(17 m) 5th war in Korea North Korean troops crossing the border to South Korea. Driving trucks with soldiers. The Commander-in-Chief of US troops Douglas MacArthur in addition to Johnson Secretary of Defense and Chief of staff Omar Bradley, half-close.
(27 m) 06. California: inauguration of the Shasta dam band is bisected. Water runs down the dam.
(14 m) 07 London: 2 small brown bear bear play with the guards, run through the enclosure. Little bear falls into the moat.
(21 m) 08 California: election of Miss California girl go in bathing suits on the runway. Winner with sash and trophy.
(15 m) 09 Kiel week 1950 Heuss goes to launch half-close. Regatta of the stormy wind dragon boats. Boats on the turning buoy.
(31 m) 10 Hamburg: show jumping Derby full grandstands in Flottbek. Rider on the course. Horse denied obstacle. The great wall. Award ceremony: Fritz Thiedemann on Loetto with wreath. 2. Thies Kohlsaat on arnica.
(37 m) 11 final of the German Cup VFB Stuttgart - Kickers Offenbach 2-1 in the Olympic Stadium of Berlin game scenes. Stutgart storms. Shot on goal 1:0 viewers total. Players will fall. Goal for Offenbach after half-time. After winning Stuttgart audience swing flags.
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Arnold, Karl; Bishop; Blankenhorn; Bradley, Omar; Frings; Hallstein, Walter; Heuss, Theodor; Johnson, Louis; Kirkpatrick, Ivonne; Köhler, Erich; Krauss, Werner; MacArthur, Douglas; Robertson, Brian; Schuman, Robert; Kohlsaat, Thies; Thiedemann, Fritz
Sachindex Wochenschauen; Electricity; Hands; Interviews; Football; Police; Horse riding, horse racing (without harness); Reviews; beauty pageants; Sailing; Spoprt-Ehrungen; sports audience, sports spectator; Animals (except dogs); Korea war; automotive engineering, automotive; Cultural events; Military; Foreign policy events; Listener; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen; Buildings in North America; Crew; Anniversaries, Jubilees, birthdays; Military; Sports honors; 14 find book new German newsreel slow motion
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Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 22/1950
Die Zeit unter der Lupe (Other title)
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- Title brand 1900 years Cologne camera: basic Ruhrfestspiele camera: reason Robertson/Kirkpatrick in Bonn camera: basic Shumen plan Conference in Paris origin: Pathé journal Korea origin: Metro Shasta - dam origin: Metro bear twins in London Zoo origin: Pathe news Miss California origin: Metro "Kieler Woche" camera: Stoll jumping Derby in Hamburg camera: Stoll football championship 1950 camera: Obeng final brand
70th Anniversary of the Beginning of the Korean War (June 25, 1950)
The Korean War is the Cold War’s first proxy war. It is also one of its bloodiest. It begins on June 25, 1950, when the North Korean People’s Army crosses the border of the divided peninsula. Two years earlier the Soviet occupation zone in the north became the socialist “Democratic People’s Republic of Korea” and the American occupation zone in the south became the capitalist, more western-oriented “Republic of Korea”. A number of border transgressions follow. Both presidents had the peninsula’s eventual unification in mind, albeit each according to their own political ideology. North Korea’s attack in June of 1950 was a step towards its own idea of a unification.
Head of state Kim-Il-Sung had secured support from Moscow and Beijing in advance. The communist leaders expected a swift victory over the “decadent West.” But things turn out differently. The USA obtains a mandate for a military intervention from the United Nations. Initially North Korea conquers almost the entire southern part of the peninsula, before UN-troops in cooperation with the South Korean army retaliate and seize a majority of the entire northern part. This action triggers the invasion of hundreds of thousands of Chinese “volunteers”, who drive the opponents back behind the demarcation line of the 38th parallel.
General Douglas MacArthur demands the use of nuclear weapons and wants to expand the war to Chinese territory. US-President Truman dismisses these ideas, relieves General MacArthur as Supreme Commander in Korea and instead relies on armistice negotiations. In the meantime the conflict has grown into a trench and civil war with minimal territorial gains on either side but massive loss of human lives. The US army amplifies the bombing of North Korea and uses vast amounts of napalm for the first time. Almost every city in the north is bombed into a wasteland. Up to a quarter of the North Korean civilian population was killed. Overall casualties are 2.5 million North Koreans, 1.5 million South Koreans, 1 million Chinese soldiers and almost 40,000 GIs. The hopelessness of this war leads to the signing of an armistice three years after its started, but peace has yet to be made.
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