01. from the big policy a. Bevin in Berlin plane. Bevin is welcomed by Ernst Reuter, half-close. General Robertson and General Bourne, big. Robertson and Bourne welcome Bevin. Bevin is next to Robertson, half-close. Bevin speaks at the airfield and would like to thank the pilots and the German staff. Listeners, half-close. Reuter walks in addition to Bevin to the car. Ride the wagon train. People waving on the side of the road.
(25 m) b. London: signing of the Statute to the formation of the Council of Europe meeting the representatives from ten European States at St. James Palace. Signature of the Statute. Bevin signed, large.
(13 m) 02 auto industry on tours Braunschweig: Büssing-nag - Assembly Hall of the car plant. Workers during assembly work. Completion of the 6000 truck after the war. Ceremony. Decorated truck rolls off assembly line. Wolfsburg: VW-Werk. The 50,000 VW rolls off the Assembly line. The anniversary car giveaway. Lottery wheel is rotated. 500 bicycles will be raffled. Winning a 17-year-old apprentice. He gets in the car.
(40 m) 03 Israel now member of the UN Dr. Weizmann speaks in New York at stand before microphones. People wave. Dr. Weizmann upon receipt in addition to Truman, half close beside them Mrs. Truman and wife Weizmann. Opening of the Jewish Consulate in Munich. The articles of incorporation and the first entry. The Jewish flag is flown.
(31 m) 04. Princess Margaret in Italy aerial photos of Naples, the Fort, Santa Lucia and the Boulevard via Carraciolo. Princess Margaret is on the hotel's terrace. Views of the Gulf of Naples and Mount Vesuvius. Capri. Margaret goes with flowers. Margaret moves in a rowing boat to the Blue Grotto.
(35 m) 05. Munich: library for blind America House. Blind man's library. Blind for the book Edition. Man writes on a typewriter with Braille. Blind people read in the library. Blind children to read Braille. Boy finds a book off shelf. War blind man reads. Blind reading time on his watch.
(52 m) 06. Found in Egypt: treasures of the Pharaohs excavation site. Sphinx, symbol of the Egyptian Sun God, from Temple Street between Karnak and Luxor. Mummy of priest, 4000 years old. Museum in Cairo: perfume containers of Alabaster, 1300 BC. The golden throne of KNABE King Tutankhamen. Sarcophagus of the King does. Face mask of the King does.
(39 m) 7th United States: Kentucky Derby 1949 track, total. Viewers go through entrance lock. Women with big hats. Start engine starter. Start. Horses in the arc. Olympic results. Entrance arch in the HomeStretch. Ponder forges ahead in the HomeStretch of the 6th place and WINS with three lengths. Sprint again in slow motion. Audience, great. Disappointed viewers. Spectator pleased. Horse with Jockey after the victory.
01. from the big policy, a high point in the political life of Berlin was the visit of the British Secretary of State Ernst Bevin. Mayor Reuter, General Robertson, the British military Governor of Germany, and Maj. Bourne, the British commander of the city of Berlin, welcomed Bevin. During a tour of the airfield of RAF Gatow, the Foreign Minister thanked the allied pilots for their extraordinary performance and the German staff for his help on the great work of the airlift. Mr. Bevin said he will allow no agreement at the upcoming Paris Foreign Ministers Conference that could prevent the Germans to form a rational, free and unfettered democratic Government. At St. James Palace in London, the representatives of ten European States signed the Statute establishing the Council of Europe. Mr. Bevin said on the occasion of the signing of this historic document: "The Council of Europe was Europe's hope alive." In August, the first session of the Council takes Instead of in Strasbourg.
02. auto industry on tours rising production figures in the automotive industry. In the Büssing-NAG works in Brunswick, the 6000 ste trucks was completed after the war. Plant management and staff welcomed this event in a small ceremony. In addition to the supply of the German economy the plant was able to export the first cars in its new production.
Anniversary celebration in the Volkswagen factory in Wolfsburg. The 50,000 ste Volkswagen of the post-war production ran from the Assembly line. This anniversary car was among the 9,000 members of the factory verlest. In addition, another 500 bicycles were to win.
And Fortuna said it well: the lucky winner of the car was a 17 apprentice, a refugee from Silesia. In Wolfsburg, 40,000 Volkswagen, 1950 at least 60,000 will be built this year.
03. Israel now member of the United Nations with the inclusion in the United Nations of the State of Israel could also be celebrate one-year anniversary. Dr. Weizmann, President of Israel, spoke on this occasion in New York. He said the task of Israel is difficult: a geographically small country have to take many of the immigrants. And new living conditions should be created for all.
Dr. Weizmann was also received by President Truman. The State of Israel established agencies abroad. A Consulate was opened in Munich. The articles of incorporation and the first entry.
At the end of the celebration is hoisted the flag of the State of Israel.
04. Princess Margaret in Italy on the fly via Italy: Naples - the Castle - Santa Lucia with the Boulevard via Carraciolo.
These were the first impressions of Italy travel by Princess Margaret of England.
Now in Naples itself. A view from the hotel's terrace on the Gulf of Naples and Mount Vesuvius.
Then to Capri, the fabled island of the Emperor Tiberius.
A rowing boat is the world famous Blue Grotto.
05. Munich: Library for the blind in Munich opened a library for the blind in the Amerika Haus. Blind people can borrow books from the library and take home - or enjoy reading in the reading room. The use of books is free of charge.
A living almost entirely took over the edition of books. The entries for the card file are written on a typewriter with Braille.
In the reading area. Blind children palpate the sublime character and points that make up the alphabet of Braille.
500 volumes on the shelves - the scientific work up to the novel of the entertainment.
A war blind man with his wife while reading a book. These books open the gate to the world of the blind. The blind man reads exactly the time on his watch at the sublime numerals and hands. The reading session is finished.
06. were found in Egypt: treasures of the Pharaohs brought new excavations in Egypt thousands of years ancient treasures of the Pharaohs to the light of day. Line unknown Sphinx, the vicissitude of the Egyptian Sun God, icon found on the Temple Road between Karnak and Luxor on the Nile. The mummy of priest - 4000 years old - will be brought forth from an exposed Vault. Fantastic art objects lie beside the dead witnesses of the ancient culture of Empire and now fill the glass cases of the Museum in Cairo. A perfume container made of Alabaster, manufactured 1300 years before Christ.
The golden throne of the boy King Tutankhamen.
The sarcophagus of the King does. The Golden envelope shows artistically perfect representations of the ancient gods of the Niltales. Immense values, fabulous treasures come from the tombs of the Pharaohs 14. Strange beauty and still mysterious significance come together in this witness from earliest history.
I'm the face mask of the King. Lapis lazuli is decorated with the head of the former ruler of the Nile.
07. United States: Kentucky Derby in 1949 was ran America's most popular race for the 75th time - the Kentucky Derby. One hundred thousand spectators on the track at Louisville - $100,000 price, the stake. -From the start - and already the race runs 14 horses.
It goes over a distance of two kilometers.
No. 5, the favorite of the race, the horse of Olympia, is located at the top.
In the inlet bend leads still Olympia, closely followed by no. 1, Palestine.
The race seems decided - there is the sensation - the horse "Ponder" - No. 3 - moves to inexorably square from 6 front. Shortly before the finish, "Ponder" depends on the leading horse and sure win by three lengths.
The finish Once again in slow motion. The brilliant riding technique of the Jockey Steve Brooks is especially clear. Steve Brooks rode a great race home, a real Jubilee victory!
01. About Great Politics
A highlight of Berlin's political life was the visit of British Foreign Minister Ernest Bevin. Burgomaster Reuter, General Robertson, British Military Governor in Germany, and Major General Bourne, British Town Commander of Berlin, welcomed Bevin. During an inspection of Gatow Airfield Bevin thanked the Allied pilots for their efforts and the German personnel for its help in the operation of the great air lift.
Mr. Bevin said that at the future Paris Foreign Ministers Conference he would not permit an agreement which would hinder the Germans from erecting a free and democratic government. At St. James Palace in London the representatives of 10 European States signed the arrangement to establish a European committee. Mr. Bevin declared when this historical document was signed: "The E.C. will give hope to the life of Europe." In August Strassburg will be the scene of the first session of the E.C.
02. Motor Car Industry
Motor car industry records increased production. The Büssing-NAG factories at Brunswick produced their 6000th truck since the war ended. The whole factory celebrated this event. Besides supplying the German economy the factory has already exported some trucks. A jubilee was also held at Wolfsburg Volkswagen factory. The 50,000th Wolkswagen of post-war production was finished. This car was raffled among the 9,000 employees. Besides that 500 bicycles were given as prizes. The lucky winner of the car was a 17-year-old refugee from Silesia. This year approximately 40,000 Volkswagens will be produced, and in 1950 60,000.
03. Israel Member of the U.N
Together with its first anniversary the State of Israel celebrated its membership in the United Nations. Dr. Weizmann, President of Israel, spoke in New York: "Israel has the difficult task of housing numerous emigrants in a small country. And good conditions of life have to be established for all." Dr. Weizmann was also received by President Truman. At Munich the consulate was opened. The first entry in the foundation document. At the end of the celebration the flag of Israel was raised.
04. Princess Margaret inItaly
Flying over Italy: Naples - the castle - Santa Lucia with the Via Carraciolo. These were Princess Margaret's first impressions of her journey to Italy. Arriving at Naples: a view from the hotel terrace to the Gulf of Naples and Vesuvius. Capri, the Island of Emperor Tiberius. By boat to the world-famous Blue Grotto.
Library for Blind People
At the Munich America House a library for blind people was opened. The blind can borrow books here and take them home or read them in the reading room. There is no fee for the loan of these books. An almost completely blind man distributes the books. The entries in the files are typed by a special typewriter. Blind children feel the plastic letters. 500 books are at the disposal of the blind, including scientific literature. A war-veteran with his wife.
The books open the door of the world to the blind. The blind can read the time on a special watch. Reading time is over.
Teasures of the Pharaoes
New excavations in Egypt revealed treasures of the Pharaoes thousands of years old. An unknown Sphinx, the miraculous Symbol[...] of the Egyptian Sun God, was found in the road between Karnak and Luxor. The mummy of a priest - 4000 years old - is found. Phantastic works of art found beside the dead witnesses of an old cultural state fill the museums of Cairo. A parfume container of alabaster, made 1300 years B.C. The golden throne of young King Tut. The golden cover displays unique artistic designs of the old gods of the Nile valley. Enormous treasures were found in the graves of the 14 Pharaoes. The mask of King Tut. Lapis lazuli decorates the head of former rul[...]er of the Nile.
Kentucky Derby 1949
For the 75th time the Kentucky Derby, America's most popular race is run. Hundreds of thousands of spectators on the racing track near Louisville. 100,000 Dollars isthe prize. 14 horses start in this event. The favourite, Olympia, No. 5, is in the lead. On the turn Olympia is still leading, closely followed by No. 1, Palestinian. The race seems to be won - but suddenly Ponder - No 3. gains from 6th place, passes the leading horse and wins by 3 lengths. The finish once again in slow motion. Steve Brook's brilliant riding wins.
Persons in the Film
Bevin, Ernest ; Bourne ; Margaret von England ; Reuter, Ernst ; Robertson, Brian ; Truman, Harry ; Weizmann
Egypt ; Cairo ; Berlin ; Munich ; Nuremberg ; London ; Wolfsburg ; Braunschweig ; Naples ; New York ; United States
Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Libraries ; Books ; gambling ; Europe, EDC, EEC ; Flags ; Pacts ; Political events ; 99.412 Deutsche week show GmbH: State visits (outside) ; Cities ; Watches ; UN ; automotive engineering, automotive ; automotive industry ; Art ; Works of art ; Contracts ; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen ; aerial photographs ; Archaeology ; Exhibitions ; Crew ; Berlin blockade ; aftermath of war
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