Welt im Film 7/1945 29.06.1945
1st uprising in Prague house fronts. Street signs are torn down, thrown papers from Windows and burned with a swastika. English, American and Russian flags. German soldiers on roadblock. Soldier with rubber truncheons from behind. German soldiers marching through the streets. Radio station with Czech soldiers. Street fighting. Citizens fires behind dustbin. Barricades, dead, strikes by missiles. Dead are moved away. Fight on rooftops. Protect, burning houses, water spray be directed to Keller. Leave SS soldiers in tanks. Captured soldiers with hands and traitor of his country with your hands and handcuffs. Russian armored car with red flag insert. Population cheers. Eduard Benesch returns home. Reception at the station. Finland. Women with flower garlands. Benesch travels through the city, cheering and waving.
(115 m) 02. Found American soldiers carry deportees artworks art treasures from a cave by forest. Paintings and sculptures are loaded on trucks and train. American expert checks documents. Castle new Swan stone. Different medallions (large), cassette with jewels, silver bowl, cat picture and American soldiers with pictures.
(79 m) 03 flying fields free of fog danger aircraft on the airfield. In a pump room. Flight box with cables, which are filled with oil. Oil is ignited by man. Flames, smoke. Burning strips make visible landing machine trajectory in the darkness. English plane lands.
(42 m) 04 military Government food. Forest, Lake, Trümmerhaus. Water delivery in Essen. From tap water runs into large saucepan. People draw water and carry it in buckets to go home. Civilians working on the water supply. Streets torn-up. Pipe linings. Classroom. Adults with "MG Police" armbands To write. Teaching as a traffic COP. Traffic COP waving, tall, in use on the road. Sign screen "victory Herald Office". Editorial inside. Men and women in front of typewriters. Signs German, Italian, Dutch, French, Polish screen. Man from typewriter and two women. Typewriter, that's great. Type-setter at work. Printers typesetting machine. Man reads deduction. Houses front hamburger indicator, before English Jeep. English soldiers invite newspapers and leave. Distribution of newspapers to foreign workers from barracks. Different readers, big.
(93 m) 5th Commission for war crimes London streets. Meeting room with delegates. Quisling as a defendant in Norway, large profile. Firing squad on a field deployed near Brunswick. Spy is bound to a stake. Firing squad shoots. Man falls to the ground and carried to the coffin. A second spy is tied to a pole and shot.
(56 m) 06. Drama of an aircraft carrier warships and planes across the ocean. Firefight and aerial combat. Aircraft crash. Long crash of an airplane into the sea trudelnd. Aircraft carrier Franklin is taken. Explosions, giant fire cloud. Deletion attempts on board. Wounded are supplied. Black mushroom. Clergyman in dying. Destroyer comes to the rescue. Lifeline thrown on board. Sailors are pulled to safety. Sailors to jump into lifeboats and in the water. Lifeboat in the sea. American flag. Joined the team on deck. Franklin in the harbor of Pearl Harbour. On deck religious ceremony. Heads large, laughing. Flag. Damaged ship before the statue of liberty.
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Sachindex Wochenschauen; Railways; close-ups, detail; Justice; Disasters; Flags; Foreign workers; News, communications; Medals, awards, honors; Political events; Police; Shipping; Schools, training; 99.412 Deutsche week show GmbH: State visits (outside); Cities; UN; Unrest; Buildings; War, prisoners of war; war crimes, war crimes; Art; Works of art; People; Military; Water; water emergency; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen; Agents; Construction; Military; aftermath of war
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