Welt im Film 266/1950 05.07.1950


1st Korea map Korea. Seoul's cityscape. UN Security Council session due to attack of Communist troops in Seoul. Empty chair by Soviet Russia. Vote on aid for the hijacked Republic of Korea. McArthur, Commander of the UN forces, large.
(33 m) 02 Berlin: Congress for cultural freedom of Assembly in the Titania-Palast. Ernst Reuter at the lectern, half close, welcome speech, original sound holds: "... from all the countries here to ask, in this city, in this place of daily troubles and daily struggles in companionable discussion trying to dare, To find an answer to the questions that move the world." Listeners applaud. At the lectern, large, Ignazio Silone, Italian author. Among the listeners of Robert Montgomery, United States, large. It speaks the French poet of Jules Romains, large, original sound. Great at the lectern Alfred Weber, Professor in Heidelberg, Josef Csaoski, Poland, large, Sidney Hook, Professor University of New York, great. Closing speech at the radio tower. Radio tower. Arthur Köstler, writer from England, talking big, o-ton: "the intellectuals of the West have left their defensive positions. The offensive has taken friends, freedom."
(58 m) 03. streiflichter from Germany a. Berlin: Chapel of the US air force plays conductor and Orchestra, totally. Listeners, screen-filling. Air force band playing stars and stripes.
(21 m) b. Berlin: wreath-laying ceremony at the Soviet war memorial the Memorial. Young man lay down with a wreath bow wreath the victims of Soviet concentration camps.
(10 m) c. Stuttgart: homecoming of the German football champion footballer get off train. Youth of the clubs in football dreß. Crowds of people. Players carried on shoulders. Ride through the city.
(17 m) d. Munich: fashion show swimwear once and now mannequins demonstrate bathing suits of the past with 3/4 length trousers. Modern swimsuits and bikinis. Large hats. Mini bikini.
(24 m) 04. Stuttgart: Soapbox limit young on the track. Exit in Hay. The limit: Two boys ride shortly before the finish side by side on the track. The winner with wreath of Frankfurt.
(32 m) 5th sport a. keel: the German Handball Championship final hate Winterbeck-Kiel - police Hamburg 10:9 game. Goalkeeper keeps. Viewer calls. Goal throw. Spectators clap and take up arms. Players from Kiel in the crowd.
(22 m) b. NJ: marble - boys playing marbles Championship. Boy eating ice cream, big.
(14 m) c. United States: powerboat world record of Stanley Sayres travels with his motor boat SLO MO Shun new world record of 258 kilometers per hour.
(13 m) d. Berlin: Lloyd Marshall proposes Dieter Hucks knockout ring in the forest stage. Shock Exchange. Hucks must in the second round to floor. Referee counts. Further boxes. Heavy shock Exchange. Audience, great. In the seventh round, Hucks to ground again and is counted. Winner by k.o. Lloyd Marshall. Audience clapping.
(34 m)


Persons in the Film

Csapski, Josef ; Hook, Sidney ; Köstler, Arthur ; MacArthur, Douglas ; Montgomery, Robert ; Romains, Jules ; Silone, Ignazio ; Weber, Alfred ; Hucks, Dietrich ; Marshall, Lloyd ; Sayres, Stanley


Stuttgart ; Kiel ; Berlin ; New Jersey ; United States ; Munich ; Seoul ; New York


Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Boxes ; Handball ; Football ; motor boat race ; Musical events ; Soapbox ; Spoprt-Ehrungen ; sports audience, sports spectator ; sports facilities ; sporting events ; Cities ; Deaths, funerals ; UN ; Buildings ; concentration camp ; Korea ; Cultural events ; maps ; Listener ; Fashion ; Construction ; Crew ; Sports honors ; aftermath of war


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Welt im Film 266/1950

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