Welt im Film 22/1945 12.10.1945

Synopsis

1st United States - General de Gaulle in America rotorcraft aircraft. General de Gaulle gets out and is greeted by the French Ambassador Henry bonnet and the American, Byrns Secretary of State. De Gaulle in front of the White House with President Truman. White House, totally. Greet de Gaulle in addition to Truman. Big heads. Car driving before. De Gaulle gets out and is greeted by Mrs. Roosevelt. He lay down a wreath at the tomb of Roosevelt. The decorated tomb. De Gaulle and Mrs. Roosevelt, great. Ride through New York City in an open car. People on the roadside and confetti. De Gaulle is received at City Hall by Mayor Laguardia. Photo reporter. De Gaulle awarded the honorary citizen of New York. LaGuardia is an officer of the Légion d'honneur. De Gaulle pins a medal on the impact of his jacket him. Klatschendes audience. De Gaulle laughing. Ottawa: De Gaulle and Prime Minister Mackenzie King prior to the Memorial. De Gaulle lay down a wreath. The War Memorial. Flying aircraft. Landing. De Gaulle's reception by members of the Government. 15s presents. De Gaulle greeting.
(101 m) 02 London - the Council of Foreign Ministers Lancasterhouse, London. Foreign Minister Molotow reverses and enters the House (unclearly). Large round table in the courtroom. Sitting at the table. England's Foreign Secretary Ernest Bevin, the British Ambassador to France Duff Cooper and Molotov, the delegates of China and State Secretary Byrns, representative of the United States.
The teams of the HSV and Altona 93 run (36 m) 03 Hamburg - football on the playing field. Spectator cuts. Kick-off. Stephen II score a goal for the HSV. Game scenes. Final score 3:1 (51 m) 4th London - the Mighty Atom a British soldier with a small motorcycle on the arm. He puts up the saddle and let the motor. A flak helper so that leaves such as on a scooter. A man comes with a small motorcycle from the entrance of the House and drives off to work in the road transport. Lever of the Krades, large.
(34 m) 05. France - blowing up a bridge in Marseille the Marseille port with a high bridge. Explosive charge on the bridge piers. Explosion. The bridge collapses. People are standing next to the rubble.
(24 m) 6th England - St. Leger horse racing racing ground in York with giant crowd, totally. Crowded parking lot. Subdials with snakes by Wettlustigen. The table showing the race. Jockeys on the way to the race course. Really. Horses in the lead ring and on the way to the start. The race. The horses Stirlin Hazel, Loretto and rising life and Chamosaire in a row. Spectator cuts. Chamosaire goes as the winner by the target. The winning horse, head large.
(80 m) 07 Oxford - the new Spitfire workers when working on the aircraft. A pilot enters the pulpit. Rotating propeller. Start a fighter. Car manufacturing. Injection of bodies. Car on the Assembly line. Engines. A worker quoted operations on piece of paper. Car engine. Tires, screen-filling. A tire is mounted. Car rolls of the production line. Cars leave the factory gate. Workers on wheels on the way to work.
(62 m) 08 Hamburg: Schmeling Court Criminal Justice building in Hamburg. In the prison car comes Max Schmeling and goes into the Court building. Space for negotiation. Schmeling in the conversation window, close up. Shield, large, military Government. Schmeling leaves the Court and Board his car. Onlookers. He departs.
(29 m) 9 Tokyo - Japanese surrender the battle ship Missouri at sea. General Mac Arthur goes aboard a destroyer. General Mainwright, the hero of Bataam and General Dolittle, who dropped the first bomb on Tokyo, come. Guns of the Missouri. Admiral Niemitz enters the ship. The sailors stand at attention. General MacArthur is welcomed by the Admiral. Aerial view of the ship's deck. The Japanese Foreign Minister Shigemitsu with wooden leg and General Umetsu come on board. The delegations will face off. Mac Arthur reads a speech, close-up profile. Shigemitsu cylinder goes to the table and sign. Text of the capitulation document excerpts, screen. General Umetsu signs below. A reporter. MacArthur signs. He is the first spring General Mainwright and the second General Perzival who stand behind him. The Japanese serious and quiet. Admiral Niemitz signed. Admiral Holsey, who whispers something in his ear to MacArthur and Admiral Cherman stand behind him. (Shots from behind). The Russian delegate signs. Planes in the sky, before the silhouette of the battleship.
(121 m)

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Persons in the Film

Bevin, Ernest; Bonnet, Henry; Byrnes, James; Cooper, Duff; Dolittle; Gaulle de, Charles; Holsey; Laguardia; MacArthur, Douglas; King, Mackenzie; Mainwright; Molotow, Andrej Wjadscheslaw; Admiral Niemitz; Perzival; Roosevelt, Franklin Delano; Shigemitsu; Truman, Harry; Umetsu; Dörfel, Charly Bernd; Schmeling, Max

Places

Hamburg; York; Washington; London; United States; Oxford; New York; Tokyo; Pacific; Paris; Marseille; Japan; Ottawa

Topics

Sachindex Wochenschauen; Industry; Justice; cameramen, cameramen; Football; Medals, awards, honors; Political events; Horse riding, horse racing (without harness); Shipping; sports audience, sports spectator; Blasting; 99.412 Deutsche week show GmbH: State visits (outside); Buildings; automotive engineering, automotive; automotive industry; War, prisoners of war; Electronics; People; Military; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen; aerial photographs; Japan; Industrial; Military; aftermath of war

Type

Newsreel (G)

Genre

Periodicals

Translated by Microsoft Translator

Title:

Welt im Film 22/1945

Country of Origin:
Germany

Year of Production and/or Release

Date of Release:
12.10.1945
Year of Production:
1945

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