01 last fight pictures from the Pacific Allied ships in the Pacific. The deck of an aircraft carrier. Aircraft carrier entering the escort. The English Admiral Rollins used over in a chair lift to the battleship USS Missouri to meet with Admiral Wolsey. Planes and ships. Board team observed with binoculars. Guns fire, great. Bombs are thrown at Japanese airfields. Admiral Wolsey consults with his staff. Soldiers on the ship go into position. Back firing guns, big.
(100 m) 02 soldiers are farmworkers German soldiers at the point of discharge. Be fingerprinted. Military badges are taken from the shoulder and the CAP close-up. The soldiers at the crop on the field.
(28 m) 03. London: world peace the Church House, Westminster, London. Meeting of the Preparatory Committee of the United Nations. The Chairman, the representative of China, doctor Wellington Chu. The representatives of the Nations seated at tables.
(19 m) 04. Oslo: Quisling to death sentenced a prisoner wagon drives above. Quisling gets out and goes into the Court building. The courtroom. Quisling in profile and from the front, great. Quisling runs again after ruling jurisdiction and continues with a prisoner carriage.
(28 m) 5th Oldenburg: field marshal Montgomery in Oldenburg in a small plane sitting Montgomery. After the landing damaged the plane. Canadian soldiers present. Montgomery continues down the front. Field marshal Montgomery distributed awards to the soldiers.
(24 m) 6th river shipping in China a river in a Gorge of the foothills of the Himalayas. Chinese move junks in the River on the shore with long ropes. Close-ups of feet and forward stemmenden legs. The junks in the River, total. The men are with full force in the rope and pull the ships forward.
(45 m) 7 camera review food workers in reconstruction work in food. Debris will be cleared. Shield road closed duds. Unexploded ordnance thrown from a truck in a sand drift. A British soldier sets the fuse and take cover. Demolition. Destroyed bridge. Allied soldiers during the construction of the bridge. Car body. The tracks will be renewed. Work on cars. Vehicle park. A tram comes. People jostling in the car and wait at the bus stop. A crowded train departs.
(54 m) 08 Allied soldiers on leave in Switzerland the Swiss mountains. A train through the countryside. Allied soldiers go through the streets and face shop Windows. Showcase filled with clocks, screen-filling. Two soldiers with girls on the walk. Soldiers on the shore of the Lake. A sightseeing boat. Trip across the Lake. Sausages and bottles are in shop Windows. Shelves filled with bottles of wine and liquor. A mountain stream and dam basin. A railway car, electrified. Scenery with the Matterhorn.
(66 m) 09. Radio localization radar researchers Dr. Taylor, Director of the Research Institute of electronics and his assistant, Dr. Young. Great in the picture of the cathode ray tube. Flow of electrons and figure on the fluorescence movie. Animated representations of the work of the radar. Air defence in the trick. Anti-aircraft guns. A man with big headphones. Anti-aircraft troops at headlights. Lights shine in the sky. Aircraft in the light beam will be fired. Gunfire. Blurry plane in the fog. Pilot unclear. Soldiers with headphones. Instruments in the aircraft.
(132 m) 10 Heidelberg aerial photographs of Heidelberg. Close-ups of Professor Schönfeld, skin specialist, Professor Seifert, throat, nose and ear specialist, Professor Ochone internist, Professor Helpach, Department of psychology, Professor Karl Heinrich Bauer enters the clinic. At the same time, the surgeon is the Rector of the University. Students on the way to the University. Lecture Hall in the surgery. A sister with a newborn comes. Professor Bauer presents the lecture. Professor Steinbeck, internist, head of the surgical Department and Rector of the University Professor Heinrich Bauer on motorcycle.
01 the overwhelming power of the Pacific fleet, which set Great Britain against Japan, before it offered its surrender shows last fight pictures from the Pacific Ocean in this image report. On the side of the powerful American fleet, Great Britain had strong units in action. In addition to the battleships, the aircraft carrier operated. Before the atomic bomb was dropped, the Japanese air force was lame beat and shot Japan's war machine together. Preparations for the invasion of Japan, but Japan was already a battered nation. The few Japanese pilots who dared to interfere with the fighting, were taken to the crash. It was superior to the power of the allies to water and in the air. While this film recordings were made, an American fleet in the vicinity of the British ships operated. Pilots of both fleets bombarded the Japanese homeland, and on the sea, it came to a meeting between the admirals Rollins and Wolsey, on the American battleship USS Missouri. The British Admiral. It was Admiral Wolsey's 3rd fleet, opened along with the aircraft carrier Association 38, the major offensive against the Japanese homeland, the offensive, which should prepare the landing on Japan. From dawn to sunset were the carrier-based fighters in the use against military targets on land and in the waters of the country of the root. More than 70 Japanese airfields were damaged to the extent that no single Japanese hunters had the opportunity to ascend to the defense. 4 days after the air strikes Japan undergoes a humiliation that is second to none. Admiral Wolsey and his staff check the last details. Time of first attack and "Clear for action"! 40 cm guns step into action, became the fleet in the waters of Hondschu position, only 480 km from Tokyo. For two hours the steel works behind the hills with fire were covered. The Japanese fired a single shot over the course of 2 days. Japan had offered his total surrender in the next few months, but the atomic bombs were dropped. They have saved more lives, as they destroyed and forced Japan to offer its unconditional surrender.
02. soldiers are agricultural workers for the first time German soldiers are willing participants in an offensive field marshal of Montgomery, on the operation to ensure the grain. All peasants in the army be called. Fingerprints are taken and everyone is checked for its reliability. All military insignia be removed from uniforms. The German soldier is again a civilian, with the obligations of the civilians. The former farm workers receive instructions from a German landowner. The task is big. Only with hard work, only work with Germany can save from the misery that has sown it everywhere in Europe.
03. securing world peace In the Church House, Westminster, Londond found Instead of the 1st [...] of the Preparatory Committee of the United Nations, one of the first steps for the realization of the world security certificate of San Francisko. During the first 14 days of the representatives of China, Dr Wallington Chu, will preside. Here the representatives of 30 United Nations work at the [...]
04. Quisling doomed in this courthouse in Oslo is Quisling death under the charge of betrayal of the country. The police has taken special precautions, and no unauthorized is allowed to enter the building. But Quisling knows the way. The judge negotiate a case that is unique in the history of Norwegian justice. An indictment of 7000 words lists 9 crimes committed against the State Quieling. Quisling, who enjoys the dubious honour to have given a new Word to various countries throughout the world, its name, after the hearing, which lasted 3 weeks, heard Quisling dasUrteil: death.
05. field marshal Montgomery in the aircraft, the field marshal Montgomery to Oldenburg Oldenburg flew, to give where Canadian forces war Medal, crashed on landing. With an hour of 80 km, the small plane against a tree on the edge of the Alexandra bounced airfield. As if by a miracle, the field marshal and his companion was unhurt. The parade was Instead of the fixed hour, and Canadian soldiers of 3 divisions received the awards, which purchased them on European theaters by field marshal Montgomery, personally.
06. river shipping in China China in the last days of the war. Through the canyons and ravines of the foothills of the Himalayas, the almost superhuman strength tension and input Chinese brought the supplies material for their troops who defend them against Japan for 14 years. The junks large Chinese flat boats, loaded with empty gasoline drums, upstream to be. When they reach a point in the narrow Canyon, where torrential flow complicated the trip, all boats are anchored to one and the men must together take all their forces, to bring this one about the difficult route. You do not subside and not work, to the ruble sake, not for purchase, but for the peace and freedom China's, destroyed by a 14-year-old war. You did it. Diligence and will solve the most difficult problem, even transportation problems.
07. camera Rundschau eating food, seat of the Ruhr area and seat of the Krupp works, one of the most beschädigsten cities of in Germany. Here, as everywhere, the rubble be cleared away, and the reconstruction is in full swing. The streets are repaired, dud raised from volunteers from the ruins and brought to the demolition out-of-town. To make it operational again the transport network must be given to streets and bridges reconstructed. Allied soldiers help at work. The railway facilities need to be repaired. The base and the tracks are laid for freight in the service of peace. Engines are repaired and from the stock of existing vehicles to get the best for the transport of coal, food and those goods that receive the city alive. In Essen, the trams running again, and in food as in other cities are dis first car so crowded that it is almost impossible to To find space. But it is wiederaufwärts in Germany. Trains roll again, it only a few for this grateful and slowly carves up Germany's way out of the chaos and gradually it triggers one of his most difficult issues, the problem of transportation.
08 Allied soldiers on leave in the Switzerland spend some happy Allied soldiers now 7 days holidaying in the mountains of Switzerland. For the men who fought before a year on the Rhine, that means staying in another world, in a country that remained unaffected by the war. The Switzerland is a dream land of abundance, full of luxury goods, which has almost forgotten the rest of the world. This small country was the paradise in the middle of a world, lit by the flames of war. The Switzerland wears the fruits of their love of peace. Food is there in abundance, wine, liqueurs, aperitifs. The lack of coal caused the Switzerland to realize their hydro-electric plans. New dams were built, a source of strength for the electrified mountainous terrain. All in all is a model country that soldiers can visit the Switzerland. In the shadow of the 4500 m high Matterhorn and its other mountains an independent, peace-loving and arbeitswilliges people live.
9th radio locating radar, one of the epoch-making inventions of World War 2. 2 scientists on behalf of the American Navy, Dr. Taylor, Director of research in the field of electronics and his young Assistant contributes to the success. The experience gathered during the last 50 years in the field of radio and television, helped the development of cathode ray tube, the heart of radar that measures the time in millionth seconds. When in action, a stream of electrons flows through the cathode-ray tube and appears as a visible point on the fluorescent screen. Changes the Volt voltage keep the points in faster or slower movement. They seem accelerated a fixed line to keep track of the time button. The period of time the points needed to disconnect the line is exactly calculated for the targeting. If the radar antenna sends out their vibrations, they fall back from the unknown destination, and the result appears as a vertex on the radar screen, the distance and the speed of the moving aircraft is given. An aircraft equipped with radar recorded the presence of a large vessel to his left, later a small hull. The vertices coincide. The broadside can appear larger as his bow of a ship. A marine saying plane found the enemy fleet in the vicinity. The guns of the Allied Association can destroy the enemy's fleet from great distances without seeing them. The ring of air defense to an English industrial town continuously send out radar vibrations. This defense helped win the battle of Britain. The goal of the enemy is discovered, the vibrations bounce back. The antenna sends its rays straight against the enemy. By the receiving antenna, the effect will be sent to the main control station and from here go the commands of the light stations and anti-aircraft batteries. Closer to the enemy aircraft. His lane will be closely watched. Spotlight to take action. The enemy is clutching. The automatic guns fire. This invention which almost completely defeated the surprise moment in this war, will play a large role in peace in the air and maritime transport. The pilots, who had to land in the Nobel, the victim of poor visibility was often, in spite of best radio equipment, now the control station of the airport with the help of the radar ensures Woodrat landing him. The plane loses its buoyancy. Is the risk of a crash landing, but in time the control tower sends a warning. Instructions for safe landing are given. Radar is the most effective weapon since the invention of the airplane and is overshadowed only by the atomic bomb in its meaning. Such as aircraft and bomb, radar is the work of American and Allied researchers. But now the guns are silent At last, and the achievements of the war experience in the service of peace.
10 Heidelberg Heidelberg at the river Neckar. The oldest University of in Germany, the University of Heidelberg, is the first that has again opened their classrooms. The skin specialist Professor Schönfeld, Professor Helpach, who holds the Chair for psychology and have an internist Professor SIEBECK began neck and nose specialist Professor Seiffert, the internist Professor Ochone, who with their Verlesungen in the Faculty of medicine. Professor Karl Heinrich Bauer, the head of the surgical Department and new Rector of the University of Heidelberg. In his speech of the Rector, Professor farmer said: old Heidelberg, once the bulwark of German democracy, can now therefore go, to exert its influence. (No interview). In this lecture, Professor Bauer his lectures on treating newborns. The schleunigste opening of schools and universities in Germany is operated by the Allied military authorities with all means and promoted.