Welt im Film 9/1945 13.07.1945
01 may parade in Moscow of red square. Shield, large, 1 may, and flags. Pictures of Stalin and Lenin. American, British and French officers as guests. Marshal Stalin, Marshal Breschilow, and President (?) come and go in the stands. Tower with a clock that shows "10 o'clock". Took. Stalin greets. Marching band, troops and sailors. Insertion of spectators. Tanks in formation, a tank with a red flag, SUVs. View from above on the red square.
(78 m) 02-secret weapons of war are shown helicopter fly over the landscape. Helicopters alone, big. Soldier goes without landing. Camera runs on a car. Great shots of helicopter flying and turning. Super bomb will be transported to the aircraft and secured with special device under the plane. Plane taking off. Record flying from below with bomb. Bomb is notched out and falls. Explosion on the ground. Destroyed bridge, Bielefeld. Railway bridge, viaduct of Bielefeld.
(71 m) 03. The millionth prisoner returns home moves aircraft on the airfield. A band plays. A soldier gets out of the plane. Flag of the allies. Soldier salute with hand of hat and walks to the open car. With bouquet ride through the streets. Large French flag on the car. People wave.
(38 m) 04 food for Holland American ship in the port of Rotterdam. Dock workers at the wharf. Equip. Waving of sailors to the land. Unload with cranes and workers chain. Loaves of bread are brought port workers at a table. Food on the road. People eat from pots. Human snake faces business. American car brings food. Children prior to the showcase, seen from the inside. Scaled-down people. Outside front of a hospital. People starved in the ward beds. A dead emaciated to the skeleton.
(59 m) 05. The village of Oradour debris. A delegation passes through the streets to the Church. Crowd. Weeping women in mourning clothes. Surviving child. Sign "Oradour".
(25 m) 06. reconstruction of war damage Trümmerstraßen. Water truck. Large milk jug in the running water. People with buckets of water. Work on the pipeline. Broaching machine removes debris from the streets. Sign "Water 1/2 8-20 Uhr". Crane. Repair a bridge, steel girders are placed. American officer advises sitting with the men around the table. Valuables in sacks are filled, salvaged from damaged Bank building. Military Court: Judges and assessors examine a gun. Audience and defender. Defendant will be interrogated before the judges table, next to him is the interpreter. American judge.
(85 m) 07 Beethoven collection returns to Bonn back from a rock cellar boxes are worn. Piano is lifted onto a lorry. A restored bridge drive trucks to Bonn. "In this House, Ludwig van Beethoven was born on December 17, 1770." sign, large, Truck is unloaded.
(44 m) 08. Civilian fleet in Gotha of old DKW car. Driver is controlled. Auto repair shop. A wheel is mounted off a truck. Tankwartin fills tank cars are labeled "Civilian Vehicles". Sister boards with red cross arm band car. Milk jugs are driven. Vegetables will be dumped. Horse-drawn carriage. Truck with sacks.
(44 m) 09 March in Okinawa map of Japan and Okinawa. Theater of war. Impacts of grenades. Soldiers load gun. Soldier with headphones, another with binoculars. A hill is stormed. Slow rise through swampy terrain. Car drive through a flooded area. Soldiers in coverage. Approach of the troops. Wounded are supplied.
Persons in the Film
Lenin, Wladimir ; Stalin, Josef
Cologne ; Bonn ; Gotha ; England ; Holland ; France ; Oradour ; Rotterdam ; Okinawa ; Moskau
Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Banking, banking ; Bombs ; Misery ; Justice ; Children ; Flags ; Musical events ; Parades ; Shipping ; Cities ; Debris ; Buildings ; automotive engineering, automotive ; War, prisoners of war ; Art ; Works of art ; maps ; Curfew ; People ; Weapons ; Water ; water emergency ; Welfare, aid agencies, care ; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen ; Jobs ; Construction ; Anniversaries, Jubilees, birthdays ; finance ; aftermath of war
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