Welt im Film 23/1945 19.10.1945

Synopsis

1st Munich - glockenspiel turns again Munich town hall tower. Swing down. Front of the Town Hall. People on the Town Hall square. Crane during reconstruction work. Rotating figure dance of the Carillon. The tournament and the Safi dance. Panoramic view from the Tower on the town with visible war damage to the houses.
(52 m) 02 England - London English flyer on an airfield greets his heroes. Group Captain Bader introduces an officer Lord Downing. Fighter planes at the airfield. Group Captain Bader boards a plane. The relay in the clouds and across London. Waving children. Aerial photos of Tower Bridge, St. Paul's Cathedral and Trafalgar Square. A V floor as an exhibit. Clement Atlee, British Prime Minister, speaks at the opening of the week of Thanksgiving.
(60 m) 03 Austria - holiday on the Danube excursion steamer in Linz on the Danube. American soldiers go on board. You are sitting on the deck. The shore passes. You are sitting and sunning themselves. Three soldiers play Skat. The soldiers are leaving the ship.
(32 m) 04. Paris - International Women's Congress women in a meeting. Several close-ups of women's faces. The women in the profession: Sales clerks in department stores, seamstresses in the sewing room and on the machine, large, Manglerinnen before washing, generally before the Cabinet and with headphones. Two women wear a stretcher with a patient. A sister, close-up, with syringe. Dentist, technician, front of the microscope, mountain workers on Loren and sorting of coal. Melkerinnen at milking a cow.
(43 m) 05 Hamburg - the first boxing matches boxing ring on the Rothenbaum sports ground. Walter Neusel and Richard Vogt boxing it. Impact Exchange and spectator cuts. The eighth round will be shown with a shield. In the background the Church of John in Harvestehude. Richard Vogt WINS on points. Walter Neusel pictured, great.
(44 m) 6th United States - a general return General Mainwright gets out of the plane. He hugged his sister. Mainwright large. Ride through the city. With his son greeting troop inspection. Arrival at the airport in Washington. He will be received by his wife. He and his wife through the city driving with an open car. Crowds before the Washington Monument. Sign welcome skinny. President Truman gives him the Congressional Medal of honor, totally.
(50 m) 7 Göppingen - a peaceful industrial factory in Göppingen, Germany with the plate above the roof Bros. Märklin & Cie. workers working on toy trains with wrench and file. Men examine small running vehicles. Boys against a showcase with errant toy train. Märklin trains on board in the shop. Soldiers as a spectator of the model railroad and at the time of purchase.
(47 m) 08. Far East - Singapore again English warships on the sea. Sisters in uniform by female military aboard a ship. British officers go aboard the Sussex. A Japanese tug brings Japanese who come on board. The Japanese signed the document of surrender. The Japanese leave the room. Landing boats. Soldiers go ashore and be shipped out. Country Tau is ejected at landing. Singapore. Cityscapes, extinct streets. A Japanese soldier with rifle stands post. Barbed wire barricades are cleared away. British soldiers marching and driving with trucks in the city. Residents cheer with your hands. Crowds and cheers in the population. An English prison camp. The inmates cheer the liberators and get cigarettes. Scaled-down figures be investigated and go, some limping, almost naked before the barracks. A plane takes Admiral Lord Mountbatton and General Sir Slint. Drive to the State building. Troops arrayed. Lord Mountbatton progresses down the front. 7 Japanese under the leadership of General Takatis come and enter the State building. Lord Mountbatton holds a speech. The Japanese sign and seal the document. Lord Mountbatton signs. The Japanese left the building after them Lord Mountbatton. The English flag is hoisted on the mast, close-up of the flag.
(178 m) 9 Hamburg - trade unions in the construction of the broom Hof in Hamburg. A representative of the military Government reads a speech in English, O sound. An English translated the speech as an interpreter, O sound. Viewers. Paul Weber, a retired construction trade unionists, speaking O sound. Viewers heads, great. Cameraman filming. Paul Weber climb a scaffold and tapping with hammer and chisel the Naziembleme, swastika and writing German labour front from the front of the houses.
(78 m)

Persons in the Film

Attlee, Clement; Bader, Astrid; Downing; Mainwright; Mountbatten, Louis; Slint; Takati; Truman, Harry; Weber, Paul; Neusel, Walter; Vogt, Richard

Places

Hamburg; Munich; Gotha; Singapore; London; Paris; Göppingen, Germany; United States; Washington; Pacific; Linz; San Francisco

Topics

Sachindex Wochenschauen; Boxes; Trade, finance; Industry; Children; Emblems; Flags; Women, mothers; Medals, awards, honors; Political events; Rockets; Travel; Shipping; Toys, toys; sports audience, sports spectator; sports facilities; Cities; Buildings; War, prisoners of war; Electronics; Art; Works of art; People; Military; Holiday; Weapons; Listener; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen; Jobs; aerial photographs; Construction; Anniversaries, Jubilees, birthdays; Trade unions; Industrial; Military; aftermath of war

Type

Newsreel (G)

Genre

Periodicals

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Title:

Welt im Film 23/1945

Country of Origin:
Germany

Year of Production and/or Release

Date of Release:
19.10.1945
Year of Production:
1945

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