01 England - largest ship in the largest dock the ship Queen Elizabeth half total with steaming stacks. The dry dock of Southampton, total. Whirlpool, screen-filling. The ship from the front, total, close-up of the bug with font Queen Elisabeth. Many men pull tow ropes, totally. Close-up of the ship from the front. Painter in the painting of the ship, half total. Close-up of the bugs with swing from top to bottom to the anchor chains. Close-up of the propellers. Workers appear tiny. Close up of the vessel, pivoting around the ship forward.
(51 m) 02 Hamburg - fight of the disease shield typhoid vaccination. Two reporter wearing a sick person out of the House in the ambulance, totally. Men in disinfecting clothes carry bedding from bed posts and to disinfect the bed position and the room, half total. Fill the bedding in a waiting car, totally. Close-up of a man with a mask over the face. Shield large Bakt. Laboratory. Technicians at work, half the total, in the laboratory. Many large and small vaccine bottles side by side, filling picture. Close-up of a syringe and the bottle with vaccine. Crowd prior to the injection point, half total. People go to the vaccination venue, half total. Vaccination in the breast, half total. Protection certificate, great.
(43 m) 03 football - international competition in Vienna the teams run spectators, half the total, half total. Pan of the French team, half total, Austrian Elf, half total. The leader of the game To give the hand, half total. The stadium, half total. Game scenes and less clear shot on goal. A French player makes a throw-in, total. Indistinct game scenes. Occupation soldiers among the spectators.
(60 m) 4th U.S. commemoration of the Navy In the background the silhouette of the skyscrapers of New York. In the foreground sailors at a memorial service. The American flag and a white flag with a Red Cross in the wind fluttering, great. A ship laden with wreaths and flowers is, half total. Naval gun, before wreaths, large, in the background the statue of liberty.(Good attitude). Sailors cast wreaths and flowers overboard, half total. Officers salute. Floating wreaths on the sea.
(34 m) 5th Brussels celebrates Churchill driving wagon train, totally. Young people in the branches of a tree, total. Churchill with cylinder and daughter Mary, in uniform in an open car, half total. Shield, large, Avenue Winston Churchill. Churchill waving standing in the car, driving past cheering people, half the total. In the University, Churchill receives honorary doctorate, half total. Churchill Get up the balcony of the town hall with daughter Mary, half total. Crowds, from the top photographs, forming a V sign. Churchill, half the total, with Hat waving, on the balcony. Churchill goes on board a ship, totally. Churchill waves ashore, half total from behind.
(40 m) 6th Kiel - University again opened total of a-filled Hall. Professor, laterally great. The President speaks, half total. Students go on a ship, where they live, half total. When working with tables sitting in the cabin of the ship, half total. Close-ups of the faces of students in the Lecture Hall.
(38 m) 07. Almost 1000 km/h jet fighters at the airfield, total. The pilot climbs, half total. Close-up of the nozzle and a wheel. Start of the airplane, totally. Aerial photographs from the flying pulpit on water and sand. Flying hunters, total. Observers on the Earth, total. Landing, total.
(50 m) 8th Athens - Canada's first Ambassador vessels in the port of Athens, half total. Canada's first Ambassador major general la Pleche, great. He goes with wife, son and daughter of the ship, half total. Workers go cart with sacks, half total. The Ambassador checks the contents of bags, half total.
(27 m) 09 Burma - cinema in the jungle total, primitive benches. The disinfectant, get hands. A narrow film equipment, half total. Excerpts from the presented film, including Lana Turner. Faces of indigenous girls, big, and close-ups of native.
(28 m) 10 Dachau process - the judgment of the courtroom, half total. The judges come in. Judges and audience contact, half total. The dock, half total. Large: Accused Nr. 1 camp commandant Gottfried Weiss, accused Nr. 3 Josef Jaroli, accused Nr. 15 of doctor Klaus Karl Schilling. Big other prisoners, Nr. 27 Fritz Cup. Swearing of witnesses, half total. The witness goes to the dock and shows on a prisoner who stands up. Prince Friedrich Leopold of Preussen on the witness stand, half total. The Defender talks, half total. In the Court the accused go in a row for dinner, half total. Food output from a saucepan in trowel, half total. Dr. Weiss, Commandant of the camp sits at the table, half total. Annoying Dr. Schilling waves against the camera, half total. Guard at the gate, total. The verdict is read, half total. The judge, the interpreter translated the verdict, O sound. The defendants will be called individually and hear their judgment standing half total. Bodies of concentration camp.
01 England: Largest-ever ship in the largest dock the English giant steamer "Queen Elizabeth", since the war troop carrier, is in dry dock in Southampton before a new ocean voyage overtaken.
The dock contains 15 million litres of water. It is pumped empty in four hours.
The giant ship is held by ropes and tow ropes.
Yet while the water in the dock goes down, the hull Gets a new paint job as only three anchor at the bow.
Dry lived, you can see the huge proportions of the Queen of the sea really. It is no less land impressive as in their natural element.
02. fight against the epidemic to prevent any possibility of a typhoid epidemic, Hamburg's health management has taken energetic measures. Whitehorse, Canada occurring cases are isolated Right away. Special squads to disinfect houses and washing of the diseased.
A general vaccination was used; in the Bakterilogischen. Institute creates sufficient vaccine for the mass treatment.
Here is one of the 55 vaccination, in which hamburgers of all ages are vaccinated. Help people keep healthy and resistant to wear.
03. soccer international match in Vienna the first post-war international match in the Prater Stadium saw France Elf as guests of the Austrians.
Numerous guests of honour and 55 000 spectators came despite bad weather.
The French team.
The Austrian team.
The game was from kick-off away in the character of the classic back football.
The French tried to rip the game itself by speed. They shot the first gate.
But then Austria was sure clear one of Neumer, report final result of 4: 1 goals of Decker, lead three. Thus Austria's football has become equal again 04 in his first international match. Commemoration of the Navy in America a solemn church service in memory of the men takes Instead of United States, who give their lives for the fatherland in the service of the Navy. All religions unite in this impressive celebration. From 20 American ports vessels leak their decking are laden with a cargo of wreaths.
The flowers are thrown on the water - a greeting for the 55 000 sailors who fell in this war on all the oceans of the world for America.
05. Brussels celebrates Churchill rarely British statesman was greeted so warmly on the continent, like Winston Churchill during his visit to Belgium.
Accompanied by his daughter Mary travels through the streets of Brussels, which are filled with cheering people.
He receives the title of honorary doctor at the University.
On the balcony of the Town Hall.
Enthusiastic Brussels form the V symbol, the character of the confidence of victory, which became popular through Churchill during the war around the world.
06. Kiel - University re-opened before one year, this was still a machine Hall produced torpedo detonators and Treibminen for the German Navy. The arms factory was rebuilt. It now houses the University of Kiel, which is opened here. You had to find new ways for placing the students in the badly damaged city. It is partly in 3 anchored in the harbour vessels Hamburg, Orla and Barbara, where also classrooms and study rooms were established. Thanks to this inventive improvisation, students can enjoy 2750 a thorough academic training.
07. England: Group Commander Wilson starts almost 1000 km/h with a mass-produced Gloster Meteor jets of the British air force to a record attempt. The aircraft has no propeller, it is driven by the gas, which pushed out from the two nozzles under the wings. The launch: the machine lifts off easily and elegantly...
The timekeeper at the inspection post. They work with the latest devices.
In record time the prescribed Messtrecke along...
The second more than 266 meters...
16 km per minute...
Almost 1000 km/h...
Courage, good nerves, and lightning-fast reflexes belong to this flight just above the water. The average result of two tests was: 976 km per hour. A new world record, which is 220 km higher than the earlier.
8 Athens: Canada's first Ambassador in Athens was Canada's first Ambassador Maj. Gen. la Fleche with his family.
After his arrival, the Ambassador visited reloading the food that delivered the UNNRA, the relief and reconstruction work of the United Nations, for the starving population of Greece.
09 Burma: Cinema in the jungle of the jungle, itself the scene of many exotic films, here becomes the projection booth.
Admission to all free. Disinfection against mosquitoes and malaria, however, forced.
It runs a big Hollywood film, and here is the Western world... exotic.
The ideal of beauty is a matter of taste... especially in Burma.
10 Dachau process: the judgment on the grounds of the concentration camp Dachau - at the scene of the debt - has been called the Expiation for the crimes committed and determined.
The Court: an American military court presided over by Brigadier General Lentz.
The accused: 40 people - mostly members of the SS.
The charges: Cruelty, abuse, killing, Prügelungen, torture, Verhungerungen, assault and humiliation - committed on civilians and allied prisoners of war. In addition, the implementation of inhuman experiments on helpless prisoners.
(No. 1) The Commander of the camp, Martin Gottfried Weiss.
(No. 3) Josef Jarolin. He admitted to have ordered the shooting of 700 inmates.
(No. 15) The doctor Dr. Klaus Karl Schilling. He conceded by medical experiment the death of approximately 3 000 prisoners.
(No. 27) Fritz Bocher was cited as one of the biggest sadists in the camp.
A witness is sworn in.
The witness identified one of the accused. Prince Friedrich Leopold of Prussia acts as another witness, who himself was a prisoner in Bachau.
The Defender talks.
The negotiation break carried the defendants for lunch.
This is the former Commandant of the camp white.
Dr. Schilling opposes to the recording.
The day of the verdict.
36 of the 40 defendants are sentenced to death by hanging. The others received prison sentences.
Every sentence is translated through an interpreter.
Each of the accused step forward and accept his judgment.
The defendants - so the prosecution representative stated in his closing speech - have forfeited the rights all, to live in human society. The death sentence is necessary so that the world know that such crimes never again be tolerated.
Largest Vessel In Largest Dock
The British giant steamer "Queen Elisabeth", since the war troop transporter, enters the graving dock of Southampton for a quick checkover before crossing the Atlantic again.
This dock contains almost 15 million Liters of water. It can be emptied in 4 hours.
The largest vessel of the world is secured by cables and nosed by fussing tugs.
The painters start work as the waterlevel drops. The "Queen Elizabeth" is the only ship in the world with three anchors forward.
On the dry land, the Queen of the oceans does not look less imposing than in her natural element.
The Fight Against Epidemics
The Hamburg Ministry of Health takes strong measures against a possible outbreak of a typhoid fever epidemic.
As soon as a new case is reported, the infected persons are immediately isolated in hospitals. Their dwelling and belongings are disinfected by special disinfection squads.
A general protective inoculation was ordered. The bacteriologic institute produces sufficient vaccination-fluid for these mass injections.
This is one of the 55 inoculation centres in Hamburg, where the population of every age is vaccinated with antidote against typhoid fever, thus helping to keep the town in a sound and fit condition.
International Football Latch in Vienna
The French football eleven are guests of the Austrians in the first international post-war match in Vienna.
Many prominent guests and 55 000 spectators attend it in spite of bad weather.
The French team.
The Austrian aleven.
The match demostrates once again the classic Viennese football style.
The French try to force the pace. They succeed [...] scoring the first goal.
But then Austria takes the lead. 3 goals by Decker, one by Neumer bring the final result to [...]1.
Thus Austria again asserts herself with the first international football match in her country.
Navy Memorial Day
In the United States an annual service is held in memory of those who lost their lives in the service of their country.
All religious faiths unite in this impressive ceremony. From 20 American ports ships put to sea loaded with wreaths. The flowers are cast on to the water - in honour of the 55 000 killed on all oceans of the globe for America.
04. Brussels Hails Churchill
Seldom has any British Statesman received so rousing a welcome on the continent as the prople of Belgium accorded to Winston Churchill.
Accompanied by his daughter Mary he drives through the streets of Brussels, crowded with cheering people. In the University, he receives the honorary degree of a Doctor of Laws.
On the balcony of the City Hall.
Children form the historic V-sign which Winston Churchill popularised during the war throughout the free world.
06. Reopening Of Kiel University
A year ago this hall was an armament factory, producing torpedo ignition devices and drift-mines for the German navy. Rebuilt and reconstructed, it now houses the University Kiel which is being reopened here with a solemn festivity.
New ways had to be found for the lodging of the students in the heavly damage town. Many of them now live on 3 ships "Hamburg", "Orla" and "Barbara". They are also equipped with studies and lecture rooms.
Owing to this inventive improvisation 2750 students and girls untergraduates can already receive thorough academic instruction at Kiel university.
Group captain Wilson starts for an attack on the World's airspeed record with a jet fighter[...] [...]direraft of the R.A.F.
This plane has no propellers, it is driven by two yet blasts under the wings.
The machine takes off smoothly and gracefully. The controllers are equipped with the most modern timing machinery.
In a record speed along the marked line ... than 266 yards per second 1.01[...] miles per minute ...
606 miles per hour
[...] Courage strong nerves and split-second reaction are indispensables for such a flight close over the water level.
The average speed of these two flights is 606 mph. a new record, topping the previous one by 137 mph.
Movies In the Jungle
The jungle, itself often scene of exotic pictures, here becomes movie house.
Free admission for all and. sundry, but ... desinfection against Mosquitos and Malaria compulsory. A Hollywood star-studded Film is screened and here the western world appears ... exotic.
Feminine beauty is a matter of taste ... particularly in Burma.
Canada's First Ambassador To Greece
At Athens, Major General La Fleche, Canada's first Ambassador, arrives with his family.
Later, he inspects the unloading of supplies which UNNRA delivered for the relief and rehabilitation of the starving people of Greece.
08. Dachau Trial: The Verdict
In the grounds of the former Concentration Camp Dachau - scene of the crime the punishment was demanded and determined.
The court: U.S. Military Court of Justice, headed by Brigadier General Lentz.
The accused: 40 persons - mostly former members of the SS.
The accusation: Cruelties, miss-treatments, killings, beatings, tortures, starvation, abuses and indignities commited against civilians and Allied Prisoners of War. Furthermore the inflicting of inhuman medical experiments on helpless prisoners of the camp.
(No 1) The commander of the camp, Martin Gottfried Weiss.
(No 3) Josef Jarolin confessed to have ordered the shooting of 700 prisoners.
(No 15) Dr. med. Klaus Karl Schilling is responsible for the death of 3000 prisoners through medical experiments.
(No 27) Fritz Becher was declared to have been one of the most infamous sadists of the camp.
The witness identifies one of the accused. Another witness is Prince Friedrich Leopold of Prussia, himself a former prisoner of Dachau.
The council for the defence makes a point. During the recess the accused are led to the lunch hall.
The former commander of the camp, Weiss. Dr. Schilling protests against the newsreel-camera.
The last day of the trial.
36 of the 40 accused are sentenced to death by hanging. The rest to penal servitude.
Each sentence is translated by an interpreter. Ono defendant after the other stands up and receives his sentence.
In the final words of the prosecutor All the accused have forgone the right to live in human society. The death sentence is neccessary so that the world shall know that never again such crimes will happen.
Persons in the Film
Becher, Fritz ; Churchill, Mary ; Churchill, Winston ; Friedrich Leopold von Preußen ; Jarolin, Josef ; Schilling, Klaus Karl ; Weiss, Gottfried
Vienna ; Gotha ; Burma ; England ; Brussels ; Kiel ; Dachau ; Hamburg ; Southampton ; New York ; United States ; Athens
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