Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 127/1952 01.07.1952


1 Hamburg: German Derby 1952 spectators filling image (title underground) and half-close. Elegant spectators. Lady in a long dress with hat in addition to Lord in striped jacket with hat. Close-up of a spectator at the side with earrings. Horses run. Start of 11 horses. Horses in the race. Spectator looks through binoculars. No. 4 crooks leading the field. Horses In the Wandsbeker arc, from behind. Horses on the backstretch. Elegant spectator. As viewers of Franz von Papen, great. Home stretch. Border Bock is located at the top. Outside m comes under Jockey dispute. Both jockeys ride with whip. M takes over and WINS. Inlet in ZL. Victor m, Stud Waldfried, receives wreath. The owner of Graf Spreti and daughter.

02. Human seen: Professor Dr. Carl Diem sport University Cologne: Professor Diem receives congratulations on his birthday. Carl Diem at the sports ground as a spectator in shot put. Carl Diem at the 3000 m race. Carl Diem and family at the coffee table to celebrate of his 70. Birth day. Son Karl Jürgen, high school student, in his hobby of stamp collecting. Daughter Gunhild, 19 years, biologist and teacher with tennis rackets. Ms. LILO diem. Sports pedagogue, educates sport in Cologne. Students in floor exercises. Daughter Karin, 10 years with Carl Diem in schoolwork. Carl Diem before Bookshelf. His own works: Olympic flame, Asian Equestrian Games, physical education at Goethe. Daughter Gudrun writes work on Friedrich Nietzsche. Foster son Wolfgang at boxing.

03. Dean Acheson in Berlin Berlin, American and German flag side by side at Town Hall. Contact Dean Acheson, Ernst Reuter and McCloy at City Hall. Dean Acheson speaks (not original) guarantee of the Western powers for security Berlin. Acheson at groundbreaking ceremony for American Memorial Library. As viewers Ernst Reuter, is great.

04. Cologne: Inauguration of the House of the radio broadcasting house. Director Haider speaks interview at inauguration. "This House is the listeners to think it should be for them to use." Director-General Dr. Grimme original sound speaks: "The broadcasting may be independent of the Government as he should embrace not this or the party". At the lectern Theodor Heuss and Prime Minister Arnold. Running tape. Mixer. Orchestra plays.

05. Long beach: Election of Miss Universe parade of beauty queens on the car through the city. Miss Great Britain, Miss France, Miss Sweden (6), Miss Germany Renate Hoy from Munich (5th), Miss Hong Kong (4), Miss Greece (3.). The winner Miss Finland Kuusela. The beauty queens in swimsuits side by side.

06. Hamburg: Training Hein ten Hoff Ten Hoff in forest run with coach Franz Mück. Ten Hoff with axe when the tree falls and saws. 2 Dachshund as a spectator.

07. Cologne: Day of the police service dog German Shepherd looks on wall about poster. Dog demonstration. Police officers run alongside Shepherd dogs that jump over high Explosove. VW of new German newsreel goes alongside with cameraman on the roof. Dog jumps in ZL. Policeman keeps tires. German shepherd dog jumps through. Dog in attacking enemy person in cotton jacket. Close-up of Shepherd.

8th Tour de France cyclists on the route from Brest to Rennes. Cyclists, drinking from bottle. Fausto Coppi / Italy. Winner of the 1st stage van Steenbergen / Holland. Cyclists on the track by racing at Le Mans. Stage winner Rosseel / Belgium.

09th Kieler Woche 1952 Heuss as a guest of the Kiel week welcomes ship's boy on sailboat. Heuss with cap on sailing yacht future. Start of dragon boats. Regatta and U-turns. Regatta of boats of start.

10 Berlin: German Athletics Championships 3000 m steeplechase: Helmuth Gude / Esslingen is ahead. Run Helmuth Gude. Run by target as winner 8 minutes 50 seconds in. Pole vault: Jump of the winner o with 4 meters. 800 m run: start. The previous master Cleve crashes, gets up again and continues. Stone won in 1 minute, 49.5 seconds. 100 m race women: start. Maria Sander Danixh WINS in 11.8 seconds. The winner, half-close. Javelin throw women: litter of champion Jutta Krüfer / Berlin 44,35 meters. 1500 m run: start. Günter Doroh runs before Werner Lueg. In the last round, Lueg attaches to the final sprint and WINS in world record time of 3 minutes 43 seconds. Werner Lueg is congratulated.

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Acheson, Dean ; Arnold, Karl ; Diem, Karl ; Grimme ; Hartmann ; Heuss, Theodor ; Hoym, Renate ; Kuusela ; McCloy, John ; Papen von, Franz ; Reuter, Ernst ; Spreti ; Cleve ; Coppi, Fausto ; Doroh, Günter ; Gude, Helmuth ; Krüger, Jutta ; Lueg, Werner ; Mück, Franz ; Örtel ; Rosseel ; Sander-Domagalla, Maria ; Steenbergen ; Steines, Bert ; Hoff ten, Hein


Cologne ; Berlin ; Long Beach ; Hamburg ; Kiel ; France


Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Buildings in Germany ; Boxes ; stamps ; Books ; Dogs ; cameramen, cameramen ; Flags ; Photographers ; Police ; Portraits ; cycling ; Horse riding, horse racing (without harness) ; Radio, television ; beauty pageants ; Sailing ; Sports details, fouls ; Spoprt-Ehrungen ; sports audience, sports spectator ; State visits (inside) ; Athletics, jogging, fun run ; Anniversaries, Jubilees, birthdays ; Dogs ; Sports honors ; 14 find book new German newsreel slow motion


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Weekly Newsreel

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Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 127/1952

Die Zeit unter der Lupe (Other title)

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Title brand German Derby 1952 camera: Hardenberg, Stoll Menschl. Prof. Dr. Diem seen camera: reason Acheson in Berlin camera: Obeng Funkhaus in Cologne (inauguration) origin: excerpts from Miss Universe origin: Metro training ten Hoff origin: POS. 202 archive police service dog camera: basic Tour de France origin: Pathé journal "Kieler Woche" camera: Stoll Olym. Athletics in Berlin camera: Obeng, Obeng final brand

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Carl Diem’s 140th Birthday (* June 24, 1882)

Carl Diem is one of the most outstanding personalities in German sports history. As a functionary, journalist, educator and scientist he played a key role in shaping the development of organized sports from the German Empire to the Federal Republic.

Born in Würzburg in 1882 and raised in Berlin, he discovered sports - which was just becoming popular as an alternative to gymnastics - as a teenager, founded his first club and began to get involved in the club system. The enthusiastic runner also made a name for himself with journalistic reports of sporting events.

 In 1913, he became secretary general of the "German Reich Committee for Physical Exercise" and worked there for the continuous development of national sports. The year before, on his initiative, the "German Sports Badge" was introduced, which is still awarded today. In 1920, Diem was one of the co-founders of the "German University of Physical Education" in Berlin - the first sports science institution in Germany – where he would hold the position of prorector.

When the National Socialists came to power in 1933, he lost his post - presumably because of his refusal to join the NSDAP. He only retained his function as secretary general of the organizing committee for the 1936 Berlin Olympics. Instrumentally involved in their planning and execution, Diem initiated the very first torch relay from Greece to the venue, which is still customary today. He subsequently headed the Olympic Institute in the Reich capital and published a series of scientific and ideological writings, including the three-volume work "Olympic Flame".

After the war, he founded the German Sport University Cologne, which he led as rector until the end of his life in 1962. In the 1950s, he was awarded the Federal Cross of Merit and the Olympic Order of the IOC.

Following his death, his services to German sport were held in high esteem initially. Since the 1980s, however, his role during National Socialism has been met with increasing criticism: among other things there were anti-Semitic statements made by Diem, the propagation of sport for the training of future soldiers, and a perseverance speech given shortly before the end of the war to Hitler Youth conscripted for the Volkssturm.

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