01 people go the first free municipal elections at a polling station in Lauterbach (half total). The polling station inside, ballot paper is folded and envelope (half total). Hands move in a file (large). Voters cast ballot in a ballot box (half total). Wasserburg am Inn: people go to vote (total). At the polling station distribution of votes. Voters with the horse-drawn sleigh come Rottach (Tegernsee) (half total). Newspaper title page: victory of the CDU.
(62 m) 02 Churchill in the United States the ship "Queen Elizabeth" (half total). Churchill gets out (total). Soldiers watch from a ship's hold. Churchill beside Mrs. Churchill (half total). The ship is by tugs from the port pulled (half total). Churchill after his arrival, waving (half total).
(28 m) 03 Hamburg - country art school opens National Arts school opened. Art students working on sculptures (some close-ups). Nude model in the art class. Potter (large). Making a vase (large). Girl at the spinning wheel (half total) and on the loom (large). Architect on the drawing board (half-total).
(29 m) 4 new from the Nuremberg trial the dock (total). A witness comes and swears (total). The French prosecution representative at the speaker's table (total). Hess, Göring (half total).
(39 m) 05. images from all over the world (123 m) a. Baden in snow and ice men run in speedos through the ice and wash themselves with snow (total). Women swim in ice water (total).
(21 m) b. wrestling match in Paris wrestling match in Paris 'Catch as catch can'. Wrestler falls into the ropes, is lifted on the shoulders of the opponent and thrown down.
(19 m) c. long distance world record of an aircraft landing a plane. The crew gets out and is congratulated on the long-distance record (half total).
blow (12 m) 6th United Nations flags from 51 Nations at the Central Hall in London (total). State Banquet at St. James Palace in London. Eden, King George, next to him Bevin and Attlee (half total). The American Secretary of State Byrnes (half total). Meeting room (total). Among those present the American delegation leader, Stettinius and Mrs. Roosevelt. Clement Attlee gives the opening speech (half total). Election of the Chair. The delegates To give up her voice. The Belgian Foreign Minister Spaak is selected (total). Gromyko on the lectern (total).
01. the first free municipal elections in d. The first free municipal elections were Instead of 13 years in the American occupied zone. Was chosen among 20 000 inhabitants in all places.
For the first time again determines the voters through the ballot, by whom and how his community should be managed.
Here A few pictures of Lauterbach in Hesse, Germany.
And here Wasserburg am Inn. Residents meet their election duty in the early morning. In some places, over 60% of all votes had been given off until noon.
In many places of Upper Bavaria, as here at the Tegernsee, Rottach, voters from remote farms with sleigh arrived.
The brisk turnout of 87% proves the reawakening of political interest in all layers of the population.
The population of Bavaria, Baden, Württemberg, and greater Hesse gave their votes secret ballot. The Christian-social - or the Christian Democratic Union - is in the Grand total at the top.
02. Churchill is Churchill in U.S.A with the 'Queen Elisabeth', the largest ship in the world, to America. Often, as a statesman, he has crossed the Atlantic. This time he goes totally private with his wife three months to recover.
Thousands of Canadian soldiers, who return to their homeland are on board.
Upon his arrival in New York, Churchill said he ran several landings in recent years. This landing recovery ready however treat him.
03. Hamburg: art school opened as first in the British zone was opened the art school in Hamburg.
In six semesters, about 300 students here learn the basics of sculpture, painting and various arts and crafts stores.
Principle of the school is to develop the practical skills in addition to the artistic skills. Elegant tableware are fed to the economy from these workshops.
Thus contributes the art school in the reconstruction.
04. Nuremberg evidence of British and American charges against the individual defendants is finished.
In the new section, the French prosecution called a number of witnesses in court who made the shocking details about the conditions during the German occupation of France and other countries.
The French indictment began by noting that the incidents in the torture chambers of the Gestapo in all countries were equal. It policies of violence and iniquity must have been, which came from higher German authorities. At the end of his arraignment, the French Prosecutor Dubost said: "Is actually the crime of these people is that they have restored the German people to 12 centuries, that they have devised an anti-terrorist policy as reallocating and carried out against all the subjugated peoples, and against their own people!"
05. from all over the world: a. Never cold - this is the slogan of this bath Club in Sweden, which members immediately jump out of the steam in the snow.
How cold should survive such a "Whupping"!
The ladies go further - right into the ice water...
The 600 members of the Club swear on this exciting alternating baths be not cold feet.
(b). From all over the world: Here is something "hotter". In Paris, the two wrestlers show how to wear out a small difference of opinion "in the free style".
The referee is so free to express his opinion on the matter.
"He whispers something" means this martial art in the free style.
A small addition for the audience.
And now a carousel-like ride with low shot from halfway up.
Finally one on the shoulders and the referee is a better overview due to on the belly. Tapping the legs says: "I give up, that's it to me!"
(c). From all over the world: This overweight "Flying Fortress" of the United States Air Force set a new world record in the long-haul flight. The machine flew to Washington in 35 hours non-stop the over 13 000 kilometre-long route from the island of Guam in the quiet Ocean.
Beating the previous English long distance world record 1500 kilometers.
06. the flag of 51 Nations blow United Nations from the Central Hall in London, where the first General Assembly of the United Nations took place.
Ahead of the opening meeting King George VI at St. James. gave a Palace the delegation leaders and members of the British Cabinet State Banquet - the first since the war. The St. James Palace is the oldest residence in London. Henry VIII built it for Anne Boleyn.
The British King, left by him Foreign Secretary Bevin, before him Prime Minister Attlee, right the American Secretary of State Byrnes. Two thousand delegates are gathered for the opening ceremony of the meeting, including 20 foreign ministers and several Prime Ministers. The British Prime Minister Attlee gives the opening speech. He says among other things: "It's the peoples of the Earth, to choose their representatives between life and death!"
After the election of the President was Instead of.
The Belgian Foreign Minister Spaak received the most votes.
The first tasks of the peace organisation were to elect of the non-permanent members world - Security Council, the creation of the social and Economic Committee and the Commission for the control of atomic energy.
In the first days, the urgent international issues came to the treatment. In the UN Security Council the problems in Indonesia, Persia and Greece by the responsible statesmen with that openness have been raised, which alone can be the basis for a lasting world peace.
05. All in Wrestling
These two wrestlers in Paris show how one settles a dispute in "all in wrestling".
Finally the loser finds himself on his two shoulders and the umpire himself flat on his tummy to habe a better view.
Tapping with the leg means: "I give up, I have had enough".
05. Cold Comfort
"Get rid of running noses!" - thats the battle-cry of this Swedish bathing club, and the members run out of the steam-hot Sauna bath right into the snow. Not even the strongest 'flu, can stand this freezing remedy.
The ladies go a step farther - namely into the ice-water.
All 600 members believe in these hot-cold baths and say it's the healthiest thing in the world.
05. Long Distance Record
This huge Super Fortress of the American Air Force achieved a new world record in long distance flying. The plane crossed the 20.917 miles from the Isle of Guam in the Pacific to Washington in 35 hrs. nonstop.
This beats the former British world record by 2.414 miles.
06. United Nations
The flags of 51 nations hang from Central Hall in London, meeting place of the first General Assembly of the United Nations.
Before the inaugural session King George VI. entertained the leaders of the delegations and the representatives of the British Cabinet with a state banquet at St. James Palace, built by Henry VIII. for Anne Boleyn.
The King, Mr. Bevin at his left, in front of him Prime Minister Attlee, the American Secretary of State Byrnes to the right.
Two thousand delegatesbassemble for the inauguration among them twenty Foreign Secretaries and several Prime Ministers. The British Premier Attlee delivers the inaugural speech. He warns that it depends on the people of the globe to choose by their representatives between life or death.
Then the chair-man is elected.
The Belgium Foreign Minister Spaak receives the majority of votes.
The first tasks of the Peace Organisation were the election of the temporary members of the World-Security-Committee, the institution of the Social and Economic board and of the Control Commission of Atomic Energy. Urgent points of international controversy were immediatly dealt with. The problems in Persia, Indonesia and Greece are discussed by the statesmen concerned with that frankness which is the only possible basis for a permanent world-wide peace.
Persons in the Film
Attlee, Clement ; Bevin, Ernest ; Churchill, Winston ; Eden, Anthony ; Georg VI. von England ; Roosevelt, Franklin Delano ; Spaak, Paul Henry ; Stettinius
Paris ; London ; Washington ; Nuremberg ; Hamburg ; U.S. zone ; New York ; Lauterbach ; Water Castle ; Rottach ; Sweden
Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Justice ; Flags ; News, communications ; Political events ; Travel ; Rings ; Schools, training ; UN ; war crimes, war crimes ; Art ; Works of art ; Holiday ; Elections ; Water ; water emergency ; Winter ; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen ; aftermath of war
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