Welt im Film 41/1946 01.03.1946
01 industrial building chimney with caption "Dunlop" next to a crane (half total). Workers at machines in the production of tyres (half total). Workers roll (half total) tyres to the camp. Bicycle tires (total). In Munich, the company Metzler, factory hall with machines for the manufacture of rubber gloves (half total). Einmachringe (half total). Worker cuts a Gummy rubber (half total).
(47 m) 02 Germany - charity for children Lübeck: Red Cross car driving (half total). A sister takes a baby from a crib/cot (half total). Children under the Sun (total). Sisters sitting next to each other and To give the bottle babies (half total). Baby with bottle (large), kids in bed (half total). Truck driving (half total) before the Holstentor in Lübeck. Sign "Point of Swedish children feeding" (large). A woman takes advantage of food (half total). A boy eats (large).
(32 m) 03. Nuremberg trials - Paul as a witness Marshal Paul enters the stand (total). He will be sworn in (quote): "I swear to the Almighty and omniscient God that I tell the pure truth, I conceal nothing and sit nothing will." > the Russian prosecution officials questioned him. Paul responds (quote): "what took place in the Soviet Union, as I carried out, was prepared for a long and carefully disguised plan." Question of advocate by Keitel (no interview): "you took over so the leadership of the army informed the newly established facts, which happened on Stalingrad. Have you had to make no objection to the tool of the regarded you as a criminal attack?" Answer Paul (quote): "I explained just, I took over the command, the extent of the crime, which was in the opening and conducting this war of conquest, have not recognized to the extent as I was, and could see how my experiences that I had to collect as Commander of the 6th Army at Stalingrad, then showed it." The dock (total).
(63 m) 04. The mining disaster of Unna Headframe (half total). Destruction in the Bay (half total). Rescue workers (half total) with gas masks. Face of a miner (large). Bicycle stand (half total). Women in front of the pit (half total). Workers with shovels to the pit (half total).
(36 m) 5th UNRRA - University in Munich interior of the Deutsches Museum with UNRRA shield (half total). Foreign students in the chemical laboratory (half total). In the Lecture Hall (total).
(22 m) 06 pictures from all over the world (108 m) a. Record flight of jet aircraft jet aircraft before the start (total). The pilot enters (half total). Inflammation of the nozzle (short). Start (total). Flight (total). Rolling out of the machine (total). Pilot laughing in the Office (half total). The pilot gets out (half total).
(24 m) b. crows Plage on the fields of flocks of birds (total). Crows on the box (total). Damaged plants, corn on the cob (half total). A special bomb is attached with a stick in the tree (half total). Men collect the dead birds on (half total). Flocks of birds (total).
(22 m) c. prefab aluminum parts factory. Production of prefabricated houses made of aluminium. Model of the prefabricated house (total). The House itself (total).
d. (18 m) Tower jumping in Australia diving (total). Different jumps in slow motion (total). Mass jump by various diving boards (total).
(22 m) e. ski Carnival in central forest Carnival in Mittenwald - ski jump and run in disguise (total). Travel with baby strollers (total).
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Sachindex Wochenschauen; Higher education; Industry; Justice; Carnival; Disasters; Children; Carnival; Women, mothers; Pests and pest control; Cities; Animals (except dogs); diving; war crimes, war crimes; Medicine; People; Welfare, aid agencies, care; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen; Construction; Mining; Industrial; aftermath of war
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