01 France - to de Gaulle - Gouin newspaper reading end passers-by (half total). Front page of newspaper "De Gaulle's resignation" (large). De Gaulle on the coast immediately (half-total). Felix Gouin (half total). Cameramen in front of the Government building. The new cabinet (half total).
on skis to children (30 m) 02 Oberstdorf - what will become a master of ski in Oberstdorf school (total). Class rooms (total). Child shows with the pointer on the table, where ski figures are recorded (half total). Children and teachers on the training Hill. Climbing up, departure (total). Ski jump over a small hill with falling (total).
(42 m) 03 peace in China General Marshall gets out of the plane (half total). He is greeted by Generalissimo Tschiangkaischek (half total). Tschiangkaischek and woman next to Marshall (total). Flight over China (aerial view of the mountains). Chinese troops leave the plane (half total) and March off.
(36 m) 04 pictures from all over the world a. Racing small cars a car driving with rocket propulsion and cloud of smoke behind it (total).
(15 m) b. repair the monument to Lord Nelson in Trafalgar Square column of Nelson in Trafalgar Square in London (half total). On knitting, a ladder is raised (total) to determine the monument of bomb damage. Pan across the column from the bottom to the top.
Zoo Leopard (large) (17 m) c. young leopards and Lions in the Milwaukee play in the cage. The Leopard mother fauchend. Lioness with Cubs (big) at the Milwaukee Zoo. United States. The small lion play lying on the back. Lion's head (large).
(21 m) d. dresses for Paris Revue dancers tailor workshop (half total). Materials to be cut. Fitting of Revue dresses (half total). Performance of the dancers. They're dancing a Cancan.
(24 m) 5th World Trade Union leaders in Germany meeting of trade union leaders (half total) in Hamburg. Sir Walter Citrine, England, President of the World Trade Union Federation, speaks (half total). The American trade union leader Sidney Hillman (large). Leon Jouhaux (France), Kal (Holland) half total. Tarrasow (Russia), Edwards (England), half the total. Harbour cruise, call of the Union leader with port workers (half total). Meeting in Frankfurt/Main: the Hessian labor Minister Miller speaks (half total). The participants sit at round tables. Conference in Munich: the Bavarian Roßhaupter Minister of labor speaks (half total).
(48 m) 06. UNO - for world peace meeting at the Albert Hall in London (total), field marshal Alexander, as Chairman (half total) on the lectern. Eleanor Roosevelt speaks (half total). The delegates hold signs with the name of their Nations (total). World Safety Conference. Bevin, Gromyko, Stettinius (half total). UN Assembly. Spaak on the lectern (total). UN sign (large).
01 France: After de Gaulle Gouin of the head of State of the French Republic, General de Gaulle, stepped down. By the Armistice in June 1940 until the Allied victory, he was the symbol and the hope of the French resistance.
The Socialist Felix Gouin was elected his successor by a strong majority. He is 62 years old. Gouin was one of the French delegates who voted against the Pétain's Armistice vigorously.
Here the new Cabinet, which has a broad base in the Parliament. The first measures of the new leaders are a radical restructuring of the economy.
02. Oberstdorf: What will a ski master Oberstdorf's children how to ski literally in the school. In this lesson, no one is missing Of course.
The theory on the Board first.
And now the practice in the snow.
Before you can go down, you must first learn rising up.
The first arc are the hardest. Here, the little ones already To try to make great leaps.
Sometimes it gets also a somersault.
On the Oberstdorf Hill, the big show what they have learned at that time.
All jumping hills student of Oberstdorf are top class.
Here, Sepp Weiler is a new Hill record of 71 m.
No. 7 Sepp Weiler after the record jump.
03. peace in China General Marshal, the United States Ambassador to China, comes after Nanking to mediate in the conflict between the national Government and Communists.
Generalissimo Tschiangkaischek welcomed him. The joint efforts led to a ceasefire agreement between the warring parties.
Generalissimo Tschiangkaischek and his wife received General Marshall in her house.
American army planes carrying Chinese troops in remote parts of the country. The flight takes you over the great wall of China. Is this forces, the land of Japanese stragglers to clean and use again Chinese authorities anywhere in the country.
After almost 20 years of war, China is now looking to a future of harmony and peace.
04. pictures from all over the world a. big race the smallest cars! Looks like toys and drives such as the fire brigade.
One of them has even rocket additional. Warning: just POPs!
b. to: images from around the world get here Lord Nelson, England's greatest naval hero, for the first time visit for 27 years. With ropes and ladders, to defeat the 60 m high column, one of the landmarks of London - and the winner of the battle of Trafalgar, as after the first world war, studied on bomb damage.
And just like in 1919 of the findings is: Lord Nelson remained unshaken.
c.-to: the Stork brought young Leopard images from around the world at the Milwaukee Zoo, USA. For the time being they see Not yet to the fear out.
Also the Löwenbabies are quite well-mannered and harmless. The mother is fond of it to eat. Later once they are be less friendly.
d. to: Images from around the world have generally little Parisian Revue dancers — but little has to be good.
Madame Rasimi, the line-up of the Paris Revue dressmakers, know exactly what the audience wants to see. The costume is the "dress to the beautiful Vista"!
Final number is and remains the Cancan - now, as then, as Madame Rasimi even danced it.
05. World Trade Union leaders in Germany, the leaders of the World Confederation undertook a journey through Germany to study reviving trade union life and general labour issues.
In Hamburg, they took part in the license transfer for a Union newspaper.
Sir Walter Citrine, England, the President of the World Confederation.
Sidney Hillman, the American trade union leader.
Léon Jouhaux, France.
Tarrasow, from the Central Council of Soviet trade unions. Edwards, England. The Commission during a trip through the port of Hamburg.
Everywhere, touch was taken in direct conversation with the German workers.
In Frankfurt/a. main had the Commission, as in many other German cities, meetings with U.S. and German authorities and trade unions.
The Hessian labor Minister Müller.
In Munich, the Bavarian Minister of labor Rosshaupter of the Commission gave an overview of worker issues in Bavaria.
The Commission will report a precise WACS, which includes the workers organisations from 56 countries with 70 million members.
06. UN convened the British United Nations Association for world peace delegates of the United Nations to a large rally at the Albert Hall in London. Field marshal Alexander presided. Mrs. Roosevelt urged the women of the world of to intensive participation in the work of peace. This is the UN Security Council, which established the foundations of world peace in practical and intensive work. The first crucial tests of its effectiveness were addressing especially the Greek and Indonesian issues.
The scoring after thousands gathering was a powerful demonstration of a thought: that never again a war can devastate this earth.
The General Assembly of the United Nations was closed after a Conference period of 36 days. She will meet again on September 3 in New York.
The President of the General Assembly, Spaak, spoke the final word. He said among others that have shown the 51 Nations, the sincere desire to work together. He can To give a message of faith and hope of the world that's why.
d. After de Gaulle: Gouin
General de Gaulle, head of the French Republic, has resigned. Since the armistic in June 1940 to the final victory of the Allies he was the symbol and the hope of the French resistance. With a majority of votes 62 year old Socialist Felix Gouin becomes his successor. Gouin was one of the French deputies who strongly opposed the Petain armistice.
This is the new Cabinet. The first measure of the new chief of the government will be a drastic re-organization of Francés financial and economic system.
The Kiddies Ski-School
The children of Oberstdorf learn skiing at school. This is one lesson no pupil ever misses. First theoretical instruction at the black-board. Then practical training in the snow.
Before one can ski down the hill - one has to learn how to climb up.
Small mites attempt big jumps.
Sometimes it results in a somersault.
On the Oberstdorf ski-run grown up champions show what they have learned at this school.
Many pupils of Oberstdorf have grown into champions of world championship class.
Sepp Weiler sets up a new record with a 71 meter jump. Here he is, No. 7, just after this recordbreaking feat.
03. Peace In China
General Marshall, United States Ambassador, arrives in Nanking to lend his efforts to the medidation of China's domestic strife. He is welcomed by Generalissimo Chiang Kai Shek. Their united efforts finally result in arranging an armistic between the warring factions. Generalissimo Chiang Kai Shek and his wife entertain General Marshall in their house. Planes of the U.S. Air Force are employed in the transport of Chinese troops to remote districts, flying over the great Wall of China. These troops have the job of rounding up Japanese stragglers and of restoring Chinese administration.
After almost 20 years of war China looks hopefully towards a united and peacefull future.
04. News Flashes From Everywhere
Big race of the smallest runabouts! They look like toys but run as fast as the fire-brigade.
One of them has even got a rocket device. There she goes ... !
Lord Nelson, Britain's greatest Admiral, receives a visitor for the first time in 27 years. With ropes and ladders the steeple-jack climbs to the top of the 187 foot column to give London's landmark of the naval battle of Trafalgar a structural check-up for bomb damages.
But, as in 1919 the verdict is: LordNelson remained unshaken.
The stork has brought baby leopards to the Milwaukee-Zoo in USA. They are not yet looking very dangerous, are they?
The lion cubs, too, are still polite and well behaved. But just wait and ... see.
The Paris revue-dancers usually wear little - but that little must be attractive.
Madame Rasimi, doyenne of revue tailoring, knows what the spectators want to see. This costume provides facilities for enterprising sightseers.
The highlight is the Can Can - now as of yore when Madame Rasimi danced it herself.
05. World Trade Unionists In Germany
Leaders of the World Trade Union undertake a tour of inspection through Germany to study the reviving life the of trade unions and to discuss general questions of the organization.
In Hamburg they attent the licencing ceremony of a trade union news-paper. Sir Walter Citrine, England, Secretary General of the British T.U. Congress and president of the World Trade Union.
Sidney Hillman, the leader of the American Trade Union.
Leon Jouhaux, France.
Tarrasow of the Central Commitee of the Sovjet T Us. Mr. Edwards, England.
The commission drives through Hamburg harbour. Everywhere the unionists confer with the German workers, themselves.
In Frankfurt/o. Main and other German towns the commission arranged conferences with American and German authorities and trade unions.
The Hesse Minister of Labour Müller.
In Munich the Bavarian Minister of Labour, Rosshaupter, gives the commisson an outline of the labour problems in Bavaria.
The Commission will report their findings to the World-Union which comprises the trade unions of 56 countries with 70 million members.
06. U N O For Security of World Peace
The British United Nations Association invited the delegates of the UNO to a great rally at the Albert Hall in London.
Field Marshall Alexander was in the chair. Mr. Roosevelt called on all women of the world to cooperate in the task of securing the security of world peace.
This is the UNO Security Council which hammers out the practical, down-to earth details of how to banish war. The treatment of the Greek and Indonesian problems were the first decisive proof of the Councils efficiency. The assembly of many thousands of UNO members was a mighty demonstration of the idea: never again shall a war devastate this globe. The General Assembly wound up the conference after 36 days, to reassemble in New York on the 3rd of September.
The president of the General Assembly, Spaak, concluded the final meeting with the statement, that all 51 nations have shown the sincere desire to cooperate. Therefore, he could give the world a message of confidence and hope.
Persons in the Film
Viscount Alexander ; Bevin, Ernest ; Citrine, Walter ; Edwards ; Gaulle de, Charles ; Gouin, Felix ; Gromyko, Andrej ; Hillmann, Sidney ; Jouhaux, Leon ; Küppers ; Marshall, George ; Müller, Friedrich ; Roosevelt, Franklin Delano ; Roßhaupter ; Spaak, Paul Henry ; Stettinius ; Tarrasow ; Tschiangkaischek
Oberstdorf ; London ; Gotha ; Hamburg ; Frankfurt ; Munich ; Paris ; China ; France ; Obersdorf ; Milwaukee
Sachindex Wochenschauen ; cameramen, cameramen ; Children ; News, communications ; Political events ; Schools, training ; Ski, skiing, ski jumping ; Dance ; Animals (except dogs) ; UN ; Buildings ; Winter ; Zoo, Wildlife Park ; Fashion ; Jobs ; aerial photographs ; Trade unions ; Japan ; aftermath of war
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