01 Mrs. Roosevelt visited Germany Mrs Roosevelt in the circle of journalists, speaking (half-total). Woman's head, younger (large). Mrs. Roosevelt leaves the House with a bouquet of flowers (half total) and climb a car. Wagon train at the Brandenburg Gate (half total). Destroyed Reich Chancellery (half total). Mrs. Roosevelt welcomed English officers (half total). The Reich Chancellery bunker (half-total).
(36 m) 02. Pope Pius XII blesses children Pope Pius held (total) on his throne. He blesses the crowd. The Swiss guards (half total). Pope Pius kneeling (half-total). He speaks with people who kneel before him and blesses them (half total). Pope Pius Get up the balcony and blesses the amount (total).
(30 m) 03 Germany - flood aerial photographs of the floodplain of the river Weser. Houses under water, water in the streets (half total). Flooded Hohenzollern bridge in Cologne (half total). The Cologne Cathedral and blasted Rhine bridge (total). Ferries on the river Rhine (total). Residents walk through water on chairs and in boats (half total). Cars and bikes go through the water (half total). A man wears a boy on the back (half total).
(49 m) 4 new from the Nuremberg process General Rudenkow to the lectern holding (half total) the indictment for Russia. The dock (half total). Heinrich Hoffmann, body photograph Hitler, ordered photographs on a table (half total) and passes it a military policeman.
(42 m) 5th Churchill in Miami arrival of a train (half total). Churchill leaves the car (half total). Churchill and Lady Churchill in the car (half total). Palm trees, Churchill and Mrs. Churchill walking in the garden (half total). Newspaper reporter photograph sitting (half-total) Churchill and Lady on a bench. Churchill, alone (large), Mrs Churchill (large).
a. aircraft car small plane flies (26 m) 06 pictures from all over the world (96 m) (total) and lands. A man takes off the wings, and the vehicle runs as a car further (half-total). The vehicle moves in a garage (total).
(20 m) Beach crowded b. heatwave in Australia and people in the lounge chairs (half total). Surf with swimmers (total). Water slides (total). A little boy with swimsuit (half total) drinking from a hose. Boy runs on a rotating wheel in the water and falls into the water (total).
(16 m) c. (total) connection to the moon to make radar radar apparatus. Man operated shift lever (half total). Scoreboard (total). Power surges are recorded (total).
(22 m) d. flying people in a variety driving artists in an airplane under the ceiling (total). Trapeze artist in the tooth slope and the toe slope on the Trapeze (half total). Slapping viewers (half total). The artist dump is (half total).
01 Mrs. Roosevelt visited Germany Mrs. Roosevelt, the widow of the late great President of the United States, undertook a three-day trip through Germany after their participation in the London Conference of the United Nations. In Frankfurt/a. main declared German journalists, that the most urgent tasks of German women in the area are a new children's and youth education.
In Berlin, Mrs. Roosevelt visited female members of the U.S. Army and several refugee camps. Then she visited the destroyed Reich Chancellery, where they greeted by senior Russian officers was the Reich Chancellery bunker......... From Berlin, Mrs. Roosevelt went to Ireland for short stay.
02. Pius XII. bless children in St. Peter's Church to Rome, the largest church of in Christendom, the faithful received the blessing of the Pope, who celebrated his 70th birthday on March 2. Among them are thousands of children whose parents were killed or deported in the turmoil of the war. They are now managed by the UNNRA and other charities.
After the solemn service, reflected the Pope on the balcony and gives the blessing of the amount of those on St. Peter's square.
03. West-Germany: Flood the worst flood disaster since 100 years Germany struck. Continuous rainfall led to a rapid rise in the rivers, which entered their banks, flooded streets and fields, ripped away houses and bridges, and laid down the road. The storm bells rang in many areas. From the pulpits of churches, the men were called for the construction of emergency dams.
These aerial photographs were made in the Weser region. Agriculture suffered severe damage caused by the washing away of arable land. The debris of blasted Hohenzollern bridge in Cologne, which prevent the outflow of water and change the course of the river here as everywhere. The traffic is maintained on the emergency bridge - ferries are used for relief.
In the villages, residents and troops To try to work their way through the floods themselves. Quickly made rafts and boats, one moves through the flooded streets.
The damage are Not yet over. According to latest reports, the water in the begins to fall areas hardest hit.
04. Nuremberg ended the Soviet Russian prosecution at the Nuremberg trials. After the indictment of General Rudenkows, the other Russian prosecutors to hand commands, photos, documents and films explained that was prepared for the invasion of the Soviet Union long. The Soviet accusations against party and army are on crimes against humanity, flagrant atrocities, murder on millions of Russian prisoners of war and civilians, destruction and systematic looting of the country.
Also, the arrested body photographer of Heinrich Hoffmann, Hitler's is located in Nuremberg. Earlier, he had the sole right to publish images of Hitler and his environment and thus earned a Millionenvermögen. Now he works in the image section of the courthouse, where his personal knowledge of the accused and the rich photo material of his publishing house of the intelligence and evidence of benefit.
05. Churchill in Miami on his trip to America has left after a stormy welcome New York Churchill - and went with his wife to Miami. There, the 71-year-old statesman spent part of the winter in mild sunshine of Florida, bathed, painted and recovered, as far as the newspaper reporter and-photographen had time and rest him to.
At the end of his stay, the diagnosis of doctors was: he was never in better health and... Mood.
06. images from all over the world: a. aircraft auto the latest American small car can both fly how drive.
After landing the wings be clipped him... and it rolls further than Earthbound Flitz.
The combined trip ends without having to change at home in the garage.
It takes flying lessons only 6 hours to fly this all world machine.
b. heat wave in Australia so the winter sees in Australia... at the moment there is a heat wave with an average temperature of 42 degrees in the shade there. Who anyone can spend the hottest hours of the day at the beach - for many safe the most comfortable way of...Winter sports. These young citizens of Sydney's drop looking for its cooling.
c. radar that is the well known radar apparatus, with the American radio engineers for the first time the connection with the Moon produced - a performance that made a sensation even in this age of technical surprises.
Here, the high-frequency electric shocks to the moon will be sent.
... and on this plate's rays returning from visit to Moon are made visible. The tour lasts exactly 2 1/2 seconds from 760 000 km.
06. images from all over the world: c. flying people main attraction of Berlin Palace vaudeville is "Hildegard and bébé" - one of the really large numbers of artistry currently.
Once something new in the field of aerial acrobatics - without a safety net and other security devices... only based on courage, skill and - toe feeling.
01. Mrs. Roosevelt visits Germany
After the UNO Meeting in London Mrs. Roosevelt, the widow of the late US president, makes a threedays tour through Germany.
In Frankfurt she is interviewed by German girl reporters and states her views on the future tasks of German womanhood.
In Berlin Mrs. Roosevelt visits female members of the US Army and inspects several DP Camps. Later she arrives at the ruined Chancellery where she is welcomed by high-ranking Russian Officers ... She inspects the air-raid shelter of the Chancellery ...
From Berlin Mrs. Roosevelt leaves for a short stay in Ireland.
02. Pius XII. Blesses The Children
In St. Peter's Church in Rome, the largest cathedral of Christianity, a vast gathering receives the blessing of the pope who was 70 years old on March 2 nd. Thousands of children are among the congregation, orphans whose parents were killed during the war.
The kids are now under care of UNRRA and other relief organisations. After the service in the cathedral the pope appears on the balcony and blesses the waiting crowd on Th. Peter's Place.
03. Western Germany:
Western Germany is the scene of the worst floods Germany has had in a century. Exeptionally heave rains caused the sudden rising of all rivers, devastating roads and fields, washing away houses and bridges. Church bells sounded the alarm.
From the pulpits every ablebodied man was summoned for the building of emergency dikes.
These airial pictures were taken in the Weser-area.
Agriculture suffers heavely as the soil is washed away by the waters.
Rubble of the blasted Hohenzollern-Bridge in Cologne obstructs flow of the torrentail waters, forcing them here and elsewhere into new channels. Traffic is directed over a temporary bridge, and ferryboats help in the transportation. The rural population and the Occupation Troops get around by means of boats and quickly constructed rafts.
The extent of the damage cannot be estimated yet.
According to latest reports the water is beginning to drop in the worst afflicted areas.
In Nuremberg Trial, the Sowjet Russian bill of indictment is concluded. After General Rudenkows speech the other Russian prosecutors prove through documents, orders, photographs and films that the German attack on Russia was prepared a long time in advance.
The Russian indictment against the Party and the Wehrmacht includes crimes against humanity, atrocities, the slaughter of millions of Russian Prisoners of War and civilians, destructions and systematical looting of occupied territories.
Hitler's personal photographer, Heinrich Hoffmann, has been arrested and is in Nuremberg, too. Once, he had the monopoly to publish pictures of the Führer and his entourage and made a fortune out of it. Now he works in the Documentary Department of the Palace of Justice where his personal knowledge of the accused and the extensive photomaterial of his publishing business are utilized in the interests of clarafication and justice.
05. Mr. Churchill In Miami
From New York where they had received a rousing welcome, Mr. and Mrs. Churchill went by train to Miami.
Here, the 71 year old Statesman spent part of the winter in the mild sunshine of Florida - bathing, painting, taking it easy ... though the press and newsreel men were always hot on his trail.
At the end of his holiday the doctors' verdict is: He was never in better health and spirits.
06. a. The Flying Automobile
The latest American small car can fly as well as run. In the hangar, propeller and wings are quickly removed ... and the automobile takes its place in the street traffic.
The combined trip ends at home in the garage.
All the driver needs is 6 hrs flying instruction and "pilot's licence".
b. Winter in Australia ... at an average of
103 degrees in the shade. Those that can spend their time at the beaches ... which is their idea of wintersport.
This Sydney youngster hits the right idea for keeping cool with the least possible effort.
06. c. Radar
This is the famous Radar apparatus with which American engineers succeeded for the first time to "reach for the moon" - a sensation even in our age of technical surprises.
Here the beams of high frequency energy are shot to the moon ... ... and this radio waves screen records the returning.
The Radar pulses strike the moon and return, making the round trip of nearly half a million miles in just two and a half seconds.
Berlin "Palace Music Hall" presents "Hildegard and Bébé", top-flight artists in every sense of the word.
The daring young lady on the flying trapeze works without net or any other security device.
She does'nt need them ... having everything at the tip of her toes.
Persons in the Film
Churchill, Winston ; Hoffmann, Heinrich ; Pius XII. ; Roosevelt, Franklin Delano ; Rudenkow
Berlin ; United States ; Frankfurt ; Australia ; Nuremberg ; Miami ; West Germany ; Heidelberg ; Rome
Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Justice ; cameramen, cameramen ; Disasters ; Children ; Women, mothers ; Leisure, recreation ; News, communications ; Radar ; Travel ; Religious events ; sports audience, sports spectator ; Buildings ; automotive engineering, automotive ; war crimes, war crimes ; Holiday ; Variety ; Water ; water emergency ; Listener ; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen ; aerial photographs ; Architecture ; Japan ; aftermath of war
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