Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 151/1952 14.12.1952


1 Berlin: Nativity play of the twelve apostles municipality performance of uses of performers of the municipality. Maria, Jesus, Joseph, the shepherds and the Magi actuality: "we moved into big Express, 400 Meil in 13 days." We moved the mountain up, the star was still high above the House. The star shines, and in the treasure, as we To find the mother with the Kindelein."

02. Eisenhower in Korea Eisenhower in a small courier aircraft on the flight to Korea. Eisenhower rises from military machine in uniform without insignia and with fur hat. Driving in a jeep to the front. Welcome by Syngman Rhee. Eisenhower looks through binoculars. Gun strikes. Major John Eisenhower alongside his father. Food is served from the field kitchen. Eisenhower at dinner and troop units. UN troops at the took before Eisenhower.

03. Casablanca: Bloody riots in French Morocco look through slit on road. French soldiers patrol through the city. Ruined car to stop. Arab prisoners are interrogated. Weapons.

04. England: Malaya English helicopter helicopters start to test flight and are intended for the troops in Malaya.

05. London: A-man helicopter engineer constructed a-man helicopter as a means of transport of the future. Fuel is poured through a funnel. Propellers rotate.

06. Vienna: fur jewelry woman sitting in front of mirror on Earth with fur clip earrings and fur chain. Mannequin with fur clip earrings, Jaguar Choker and bracelet. Woman puts on Leopard glasses. Fur necklace for the evening.

07. Brussels: Christmas lights Christmas lights with lights and stars in Brussels streets.

08 human seen: Portrait Käthe Kruse Donauwörth: Käthe Kruse sits at her desk, her sits a mannequin. Käthe Kruse takes the head off the mannequin. Various mannequins with wigs. The grandchildren perform children's fashion. Little girl with long fragrant dress. Little boy in Dungarees. Little girl sitting model for doll, the daughter of Käthe Kruse works. Doll heads are painted in puppet workshop. Various Käthe - Kruse dolls, large.

09th Zermatt: Ski course for Swiss ski instructor Swiss ski instructor in downhill at the slope. In the background the Matterhorn.

10 Garmisch: ice hockey feet - huge Lake 5-0 game. Think about feet plays. Storm runs and shots on goal. in between A few viewers in the dark. Players fall.

11. Mexico: Carrera p Amerikana competitor lowers flag. Car start to the longest road race in the world, 2,000 miles through Mexico. Pictures of the car in the race on the streets. Karl Kling WINS Mercedes with a new record.

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Eisenhower, Dwight ; Eisenhower, John ; Kruse, Käthe ; Rhee, Syngman ; Kling, Karl


England ; Düsseldorf ; Korea ; Donauwörth ; Vienna ; Casablanca ; Berlin ; Brussels ; Mexico ; Garmisch-Partenkirchen ; Zermatt


Sachindex Wochenschauen ; motor sports ; Portraits ; Religious events ; Jewelry ; Ski, skiing, ski jumping ; Skibike ; Toys, toys ; Sports details, fouls ; Unrest ; Korea war ; Aviation ; Christmas ; Hockey ; Aviation ; 14 find book new German newsreel slow motion


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Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 151/1952

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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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