01. the global days of Bonn: Germany agreement solemnly signed aircraft Get up airfield. Eden is welcomed. Dean Acheson rises from aircraft. McCloy, half-close. Car driving in front of the Villa Hammerschmidt. Schuman gets out of car. Police officer greets, large. Heuss Acheson, McCloy, Adenauer, half-close. Heuss and Schuman, half-close. Photographer. Eden Heuss and Adenauer. The Federal House. Signing of the contract. Adenauer speaking actuality on the Treaty, half-close. Eden signed, half-close. Schuman signed, half-close. Dean Acheson signed, half-close. Adenauer signed, half-close. Eden, Schuman, Adenauer and Acheson stand side by side, half-close. Deed, great. Adenauer speaking at press conference, in addition to Felix von Eckart, o-ton: "we are convinced that the path we have embarked on, is the only possible way to reach a reunification in peace and freedom. Only in connection with the European peace and the world peace it will be possible, that one day we come together with our brothers and sisters in the East."
(81 m) 02 updates soon a. Alaska: flight over the North Pole go fur clothing to aircraft pilots of a weather station. Plane taking off. Flight over the North Pole, aerial view of the Arctic.
(17 m) b. Lüneburg Heath: returnees home returnees walk and sit on bench and into the forest. From East concentration camp Homecomers speaks, o-ton: "the medieval methods were applied: torture, Quälung, hits." 54 comrades are slain, which wanted to say not the untruth or were believed in the law."
(25 m) c. Mainz: SCHOTT works produce Jenaer Glas plate: here, the Marshall plan helps greatly. Fixed Assembly at the opening of the glass factory. Operation of the production of Jena glass.
(14 m) 03 sport a. Oberhausen: Athletics - competitions long jump: 7.19 m jumps Fallak, Göbel WINS with 7.39 m discus women: Marianne Werner raises 44.11 m and WINS (ZL). 1500 m run: Werner Lueg goes into the lead at 800 m, being overtaken but in the final sprint by Rolf Lamers, who wins with 3 minutes and 49.4 seconds. Award ceremony with Lamers and Lueg.
(26 m) b. Berlin: Potsdam - Berlin relay runners on the road. Change of season. Günther Dorow during the run, great. Change. Runners of the Charlottenburg district runs as a winner by the target.
(14 m) c. Hamburg: HSV - 1 FC Saarbrücken 4-1 viewers, half-close. Saarbrücken score goal. Audience gets large. Stool shoots 2-1 to Hamburg. Boys jump on the sidelines. Shot on goal for Hamburg.
(24 m) d. Bern: car race start. Race car on the track. Car is skidding and overturns. Carrier bring stretcher. Taruffi, Italy, as a winner in the race, half-close.
(16 m) 04 colourful image gallery a. Berlin: film star lookalike doppelganger Theo Lingen coiffed Doubel Grete Weiser. Doubel Hildegard Knef. Doubles by Hans Albers. Grete Weiser in addition to Carl Schönböck as a spectator, half-close. Doubles by Paul Hörbiger. Käthe Haack laughing as a spectator. Willi Birgel stands between Doppelgangers. Grete Weiser laughs out loud about Doubel. Willi Birgel claps, great. Doubles in a row beyond the stage, led by Marlene Dietrich.
(31 m) b. Bremen: master drummer Freddie Crump Haque Trommler in chef uniform drumming on drums and against his teeth at the gig in the Astoria-Varieté.
01. the global days of Bonn: Germany Treaty solemnly signed delusion in Cologne the historical days, in which the Federal Republic of Germany regained full sovereignty began with the meeting of the three Foreign Ministers of the Western allies on the airfield.
By the German Allied agreement Which one supersedes the occupation Statute, the Federal Republic has become an equal partner in the community of free Nations. The Treaty must be ratified now by the parliaments of the countries.
After a recent Conference with Federal Chancellor Dr. Adenauer, German President Heuss was a worthy reception the high guests in the Villa Hammerschmidt. The American Secretary of State Dean Acheson featured the political importance of the contract with the words: "of the West for the peace-keeping efforts have received a great support by the people of the Federal Republic and of Berlin. But we have not achieved the goal of our policy is reunited up throughout Germany.
The West welcomes the new partners of the Western community of Nations in its constant efforts for the peace of the world. In the Federal Council Hall in Bonn, then met the Foreign Minister to the signing ceremony of the contract. Federal Chancellor Adenauer Once again pointed to the historic importance of the agreement.
("Original tone: this work is our country, the freedom will bring to Germany.")
Then signed the British Foreign Secretary Eden first the Treaty.
Dean Acheson for the United States of America signed for France, Robert Schuman. Last, the German Federal Chancellor and Minister for Foreign Affairs at the table and undersigned joined the agreement for the Federal Republic, which now occupies its new place of equality with all the rights, benefits and obligations in the community of free peoples. After the speeches of three Western foreign ministers, German Chancellor Dr. Adenauer said in a press conference: (original tone: "we are convinced that the path we have embarked on, is the only possible way to reach a reunification in peace and freedom.) Only in connection with the European peace and the world peace it will be possible, that one day we come together with our brothers and sisters in the East.")
02. updates soon: a. North Pole flight this fur-hooded pilots of a U.S. weather station to start an adventurous flight.
At regular intervals, the flights from its base in Alaska in the eerie desert of ice around the North Pole. Here, watch, and meteorologists recorded the polar air currents, which are decisive for the formation of weather on the continent. The weather machine via the Arctic infinity thunders at almost 60 degrees below zero. This is the geographical North Pole, where one of the machines ended up in these days for the first time.
b. returning home in the quiet countryside of the Lüneburg Heath, the returnees home is Fischerhof. Here, people To find a loving recording, which have found their way from the prisoners and concentration camps of the East to the West. Under medical care, they should receive desperate and hopeless again mental buoyancy and new zest for life. The statements of these victims of inhuman justice are shocking accusations against the Communist terrorist behind the iron curtain.
(Original sound: "the mittelalterlichsten methods have been applied: torture, Quälung, hits.") 54 comrades are slain, which wanted to say not the untruth or were believed on the right.")
c. works of SCHOTT, Mainz with over 9 million mark, for the most part from Marshall plan funds, was a new, powerful work of the famous Jena Glaswerke in Mainz. The in the eastern zone headquarters of the company was expropriated by the ostzonalen Government. The new Mainz plant can again supply the entire optical industry of in Germany and meet its large export orders.
03. sports: a. Olympic testing struggles of athletes Olympic test fights of the athletes in Oberhausen.
The performance of the German Olympic team are increasing All the time. Fallak reached 7 19 metres in the long jump, Göbel stuck with 7 m 39 the winner.
In the women's discus throw, Mrs. Werner reached the largest expanse with 44 m 11.
In the 1500 metres, the German Mittelstreckler elite became apparent in outstanding form.
Werner Lueg sat down at 800 meters to the top in Black Jersey. In the Sprint he was not up to but the bumping out Rolf Lamers.
Lamers won with 3 minutes, 49.4 seconds ahead of Werner Lueg.
b. Potsdam-Berlin relay relay Potsdam-Berlin. The Soviet zone boundary shortened the racing traditional 40 years of. The 15 teams therefore took part in Wannsee, Berlin. The runner team sports club Charlottenburg ran Günther Dohrow, who a few days earlier had set a new German record in the 1500-meter run.
The sport club Charlottenburg won the 80 metres ahead.
c. football HSV. /. 1 1. FC Saarbrücken (in dark shirts) against HSV entered Hamburg. FC Saarbrücken in a preliminary round game of the German Football Championship.
After the opening goal of the HSV, guests of the Saar could force compensation. But then came the HSV in action. Stool scored the 2-1 to Hamburg.
The North was in excellent form. To change the page, it was 3:1. And in the second half, Hamburg decided the revenge fight with a fourth goal.
The Hamburg winner remained 4-1.
d. go start of the fastest auto race in Europe, 21 cars on the dangerous track of Bern race, Bern. An exciting incident.
Only 8 of 21 cars arrive at the destination. The Italian Taruffi was fastest in the first run to the car World Championship.
04. colorful images sheet: a. doppelganger by movie stars NANU? Theo Lingen brings Grete Weiser in fancy? It was a delightful parade of lookalike of famous movie stars, who stood in Berlin of a jury. Hildegard Knef and Hans Albers - in multiple copy - strolled across the catwalk. The laughter storms fought over, even in the original, here faithfully copied, such as Paul Hörbiger. Who is right? Willi Birgel times three showed the audience. This double issue the greatest delight of true attracted the Grete Weiser. But a double from startling resemblance. The final parade of this changing copies of famous stars led by Marlene Dietrich.
b. master drummer Freddie Crump, the master drummer, is again on a world tour. here in the Astoria Music Hall in Bremen. A whirling artist of the drum kit.
01. Historic Days in Bonn:
The Contractual Agreement Signed
With the arrival of the three Foreign Ministers of the Western Allies at Wahn Airport near Cologne, the historic days began in which the Federal Republic will regain full sovereignty. By the signing of the German-Allied agreement which abrogates the occupation status, the Federal Republic will become an equal partner in the family of the free nations. The agreement still must be ratified by the parliaments of the three nations. After a last conference with Federal Chancellor Adenauer, Federal President Heuss received the distinguished guests at the Villa Hammerschmidt.
US Secretary of State Dean Acheson marked the world-wide importance of this agreement with the following words: the efforts of the West to establish freedom have met with invaluable Cooperation on the part of the people of Western Germany and West Berlin. But the goal of our policy will not be reached until Germany is once again unified. The West welcomes the new partner of the Western family of nations in the great cause of world peace.
In the Bundesrat Hall in Bonn, the Foreign Ministers met for the signing of the agreement. Federal Chancellor Adenauer pointed again to the historic importance of this agreement:
Original Sound: "This agreement will bring freedom to our country, to Germany."
British Foreign Secretary Eden was the first to sign the agreement. Robert Schuman signed for France. Dean Acheson for the United States of America. The last to sign was the German Federal Chancellor and Foreign Minister. He signed for the Federal Republic, which will now take its new place of equality in the family of the free nations with all the customary rights, Privileges and obligations. After the speeches of the three Foreign Ministers, Federal Chancellor Adenauer said at a press conference:
Original Sound: "We are convinced that the course we have entered upon is the only possible way to a re-union of Germany in peace and freedom. Only in association with peace in Europe and world peace will it be possible chat one day we will be united with our brothers and sisters in the East."
02. Actualities in Brief
a. Flight Over The North Pole
The pilots of an American Reconnaissance Station, muffled up in furs, started an adventorous flight. In regular flights, the planes fly from their base in Alaska to the sinister ice regions around the North Pole. Here, meteorologists observe and chart the polar-air-masses which effect the weather all over the world. At 60 degress under zero, the planes roar over the Arctic. This is the North Pole, where a few days ago, one of these planes landed.
b. Home for Former POW's from the East
In a rural district of the Lüneburger Heide is a home for former POW's called Fischerhof. Here, people who came from the prisons and concentration camps in the East to the West are tended with loving care. Under medical supervision, they regain health and joy in life. The statements of these victims of an inhuman political system are moving accusations against the Communist terror behind the Iron curtain.
O.S. "Medieval methods were used: torture, torment and beating. 54 of our comrades were killed because they did not want to lie, and believed in justice."
c. Schott Plant. Mainz
With more than 9 million D-Marks - for the greater part from the Marshall Plan - a new branch of the famous Zeiss Glass Plant in Jena was built in Mainz. The original plant in the East Zone was expropriated by the Soviet Zonal Government. The new plant in Mainz can now supply the whole optical industry in Western Germany and can fulfill its great export orders.
a. Pre-Olympic Athletics, Oberhausen
Pre-Olympic test for the athletes at Oberhausen. The German Olympic team is already in good form. In the broad jump Fallak reached 7 meters 19 but Göbel won with 7 meters 39. The discus-throw for women was won by Mrs. Werner with 44 meters 11. In the 1500 meters race the German team was in excellent form. Werner Lueg (in black) took the lead after 800 meters. But in the finish, Lamers went ahead and won the race in 3 minutes 49,4 Sec. before Lueg.
b. Relay-Race: Potsdam to Berlin
Relay-race from Potsdam to Berlin. The Soviet zonal border hrs shortened the 40-year old traditional race track. Therefore the 15 teams started at Wannsee. Günther Dohrow ran for the team of the Sport Club Charlottenburg. Only a few days before, he had set up a new German record over 1500 meters. The Sport Club Charlottenburg won by a lead of 80 meters.
c. Football: HSV vs. 1. FC Saarbrücken
On an elimination-bout for the German Football Championship in Hamburg, the 1. FC Saarbrücken (dark shirts) played against HSV Hamburg. After the first goal by the HSV the guests from the Saar equalized. But now the HSV went ahead. Schemel shot the second goal for Hamburg. The North-German Champions were in excellent form. After the first half, the score was 3:1 for Hamburg. In the second half, Hamburg scored one more goal and won by 4:1.
d. Auto Race, Bern
Flying start for the fastest car race in Europe. 21 racing cars start over the tricky course in Bern, Switzerland. An exciting incident. Only 8 of 21 cars finished. The fastest driver was the Italian Taruffi.
04. Newsflashes from the Lighter Side:
a. Film Star Doubles
Who is that? Theo Lingen as Grete Weiser's hairdresser? It was an amusing parade of doubles of famous film stars who presented themselves to a jury. Several Hans Albers went over the gang-way. The Originals laughed heartily. That is a double of Paul Hörbiger. Which is the right one? Willy Birgel together with three doubles. The double of Grete Weiser got the most applause. The final parade was led by Marlene Dietrich.
b. Freddy Crump
Freddy Crump, the drum-champion, is again on a starring tour around the world. Here he is at the Astoria Theater in Bremen. An amusing master of the percussion-instruments.
Persons in the Film
Acheson, Dean ; Adenauer, Konrad ; Birgel, Willi ; Crump, Freddie ; Eckardt von, Felix ; Eden, Anthony ; Haack, Käthe ; Heuss, Theodor ; McCloy, John ; Schönböck, Karl ; Schuman, Robert ; Weiser, Grete ; Doroh, Günther ; Fallak ; Göbel, Margret ; Lamers, Rolf ; Lueg, Werner ; Schemel ; Taruffi ; Werner, Marianne
Bern ; Berlin ; Oberhausen ; Hamburg ; Bonn ; Alaska ; Lüneburg Heath ; Mainz ; North Pole ; Bremen
Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Returnees, evacuees, Outlander ; Industry ; cameramen, cameramen ; filmmaking ; Football ; motor sports ; Musical events ; Pacts ; Police ; Press, press conferences ; Sports details, fouls ; Spoprt-Ehrungen ; sports audience, sports spectator ; Buildings ; automotive engineering, automotive ; Athletics, jogging, fun run ; Marshall plan ; Meteorology ; Contracts ; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen ; aerial photographs ; Anniversaries, Jubilees, birthdays ; Japan ; Industrial ; Sports honors ; aftermath of war
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