Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 255/1954 17.12.1954
01 gambling revolves ballot of the Zahlenlottos. Boy draws Los. Roulette game. Pferderenn-weather. Slot machine Hall. People play at lucky machine.
(40 m) 02 Brussels: unleashed Jazz Negro Jazz Band. Studies of the musicians. Conductor swirls with his batons.
(24 m) 03. Stockholm: the Nobel prizes (o) arrival of the Royal family in ballroom. King Gustav Adolf VI. awards the Nobel Prize for Physics at the German professors Max Born and the daughter of the ill Professor Walter Bothe. The American Ambassador in Stockholm took the prize for literature for Ernest Hemingway. Play the Swedish national anthem. Bust of Alfred Nobel.
(45 m) 04 Bonn: signing of a Spanish-German cultural agreement a german Spanish cultural agreement to deepen the cultural relations Konrad Adenauer and the Spanish Ambassador Aguirre Gonzalo sign.
(9 m) 05. England: Tornada of London - flooding in Dublin collapsed facades after tornado in London. Flooded streets in Dublin. People riding in boats. Must be given to vulnerable homes. Collapsed bridge.
(17 m) 06 Austria: Christkindl post office boy write wishlist to Santa Claus and throws the letter in the letter box. Postman goes through snow. At the post Office of "Christmas" Santa Claus reads the Christmas post. Envelopes from all over the world. Letters are stamped and sent by the "Christkindl" to writer.
(22 m) 07. India: Dance Festival in Bihar men dance with masks Indian dance game.
(20 m) 08 United States: modern missile missile launch by ship. Directed away by radar approaching the missile target and hits. Target aircraft to crash. Small missiles "the sparrows" orbiting target aircraft, meet, and cause the plane to crash.
(24 m) 09 Dortmund: Heinz Neuhaus - Rex Laine / United States, draw Gong beat boxes. Neuhaus intercepts Laine and counters. Laine is cautioned by the referee. Laine is attacking fiercely. Neuhaus is defended, Laine meets and collect points. In the last round, attacking Neuhaus. The martial court despite better fight by Laine on "Draw". Both boxers in the ring.
(31 m) 10 Glasgow: Soccer Scotland Hungary 2:4 game on hard frozen ground. Hungary shoots the opening goal. Hungary rushes. Hidegkuti that shoots 2-0. The goal of Scotland Hungary improved after 3 minutes to 3:1 2nd half: free-kick for Scotland leads to the 3:2 Hungary goalkeeper Farago prevented by gloss parades the compensation. At the last minute, Hungary the 4: shooting 2 (41 m)
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Die Zeit unter der Lupe (Other title)
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- Track: Our time gambler camera: Luppa Lional Hampton origin: Belgavox Nobel Prize origin: Nuet Kurz exposed: Bonn Agreement camera: Essmann flood in England origin: Pathé news Christmas post camera: Karna mask dance India origin: Indian film rockets origin: Metro boxes Neuhaus - Rex Layne camera: Essmann, basic football: Hungary Scotland origin: Pathé news final
Max Born’s 50th Death Anniversary († January 5, 1970)
Max Born is one of the most remarkable physicists and mathematicians of the 20th century. His research contributes substantially to the founding of theoretical quantum physics.
Born into a bourgeois German-Jewish family Born attends universities in Breslau, Heidelberg, Zurich, Cambridge and Göttingen where he studies mathematics, physics, astronomy as well as law and moral philosophy. After completing his habilitation in 1909 with a work on the “relativistic electron” he does research at the universities in Göttingen and Frankfurt before accepting a position as professor extraordinarius of theoretical physics at the Friedrich-Wlhelms-University in Berlin, where he gets to work with luminaries like Albert Einstein and Max Planck. Four years later he gets his first professorship at Frankfurt am Main. In 1921 he is called to Göttingen. There he develops fundamental portions of quantum mechanics, among his assistants is Werner Heisenberg.
After the Nazi Party comes to power he is suspended without pay and emigrates to England. At first he works at the Cavendish Lab in Cambridge. In 1939 he assumes the prestigious position as Tait professor in Edinburgh. Born retires in 1953 and returns to Germany. One year later he is honoured with the Noble Prize for his statistical interpretation of wave function, also known as “Copenhagen Interpretation”.
Born is outspoken about philosophical and social questions, in particular he talks about the responsibility of scientists. Together with 17 other leading nuclear scientists he signs the Göttingen Manifest in 1957, which opposes the German government’s plans to arm the West German military with nuclear tactical weapons. In 1970, at the age of 87, Born dies in Göttingen, of which he had been an honorary citizen.