1 representative for Schleswig-Holstein Interior in the Kiel municipal theatre (half total). The military Governor of Schleswig-Holstein, Lieutenant-General Barker speaks (half total) and Steltzer President of the upper. Heads of listeners (large), men and women.
(26 m) 02 Berlin - bunker is hospital Zoo bunker Berlin (total) and closeups. Allied soldiers at the anti-aircraft guns on the roof (half total). Sign "Robert Koch hospital" (large), tooth station. Sisters go through the bunker (half total). The elevator goes up (half-total). The operating room (total). A clear is taken away (total). A doctor takes off his rubber apron (total).
(33 m) 03 London - UN final of the 1st Conference of UN Assembly in London (half total). Ernest Bevin at the lectern (half total). The American delegation leader of Stettinius (half total) goes to the lectern. Secretary-General Trygve Lie speaks (half total). The participants raise at the end.
(34 m) 04. Munich - cleansing law signed the Deputy American commander, Lieutenant-General clay and Ambassador Murphy take part in a meeting in Munich (half total). Wilhelm Hoegner (half total). The Bavarian State Minister of special tasks Schmidt speaks (original): "the first consequence of the announcement of the new law is a flood of letters, I not everyone can answer. I take therefore the opportunity, through the weekly news "World in the film" to respond to the most frequently asked questions." Question: What has the largest group of those responsible to expect, the follower? "The law allows, by paying a fine for the compensation fund or through volunteer labor, to To find the transition into the ranks of democratic forces willing to build the hangers-on." Question: The law only applies to the American zone? "At the moment, Yes." But already there is the principle that the dismissed workers under this Act in a different zone not shall be employed because the attached law policies of the Board are binding for all over Germany. After release of the control board this law should be fundamental to all Germany."
(59 m) 5th salvaged treasures artworks are from crates taken (half total). Stand with images (half total). Restorer at work (half total). Landesmuseum Wiesbaden (total). Visitors in an exhibition (half total). The Guelph treasure with the Guelph cross from the 6th century (total). Self-portrait of Rembrandt's (total). Tilman Riemschneider's evangelist John. Head of Nefertiti from the year 1370 BC (total and large).
(33 m) 06 pictures from all over the world (117 m) a. helicopter with 5 world records flying helicopter (total). Passenger is deposed in the air on a rope (total) and resumed. Helicopter (large) flies with 17 passengers on both sides.
(29 m) b. Stained glass window of Strasbourg Cathedral come back Strasbourg Cathedral (half total). Crates are unloaded (half total). Crates inside the Church will be opened. Stained glass window (large).
(18 m) c. sponge search in the Gulf of Mexico sailing boats (total). A diver jumps into the water (total). The diver comes up (total). A man pours the sponges from the net (half total). Men enter with their feet on the sponges and douse them with water, to remove foreign objects (half total).
(23 m) d. freestyle wrestling in Chicago wrestling in Chicago. An Indian fights against a white man. Fall down, shoulder throw, jumps, etc. (total).
(26 m) sea lions jump e. jumping sea lions at the San Francisco Zoo over an obstacle (total). You blow into a tube (half total) and slip on a slide in the water.
1 representative for Schleswig-Holstein In Kiel City Theatre opened the newly appointed provincial Landtag of Schleswig-Holstein. These representatives of the people can make their own decisions in the context of the orders issued by the military Government.
The British military Governor of Schleswig-Holstein, Lieutenant-General Barker and o President Steltzer opened the first session of the first democratic provincial Landtag in the British zone.
02. Berlin: Bunker is hospital Zoo in Berlin is a ugly symbol of the war, the so-called bunker of the Zoo train station. It is 45 m high. Yet the destroyed anti-aircraft guns are on the roof.
Various departments of the Robert Koch hospital are now housed. The five floors of the bunker are connected by elevators.
There is also an operations room. All doctors, nurses, and nurses provide several hundred patients.
03. London: United Nations: the first Conference the final sessions of the first General Assembly of the United Nations in London had threatened as a main point of discussion the food crisis, the Europe and other parts of the world.
The British Foreign Secretary Bevin reported crop failures Around the world. The UN must deal with the desperate food situation to avert the risk of millions of people in many areas.
The American delegation leader, Stettinius said to the active help of the United States in tackling the food problem. He explained the main purpose, which brought together the United Nations, they preserve the Individiums.
The Secretary-General of the United Nations, the Norwegian Trygve Lie, closed the session. The participants gather again in September in New York.
04. Munich: cleansing law signed in a solemn state funeral was signed in Munich the "law for liberation from national socialism and militarism" by the Prime Minister of Bavaria, Württemberg-Baden and greater Hesse. The Deputy American military commander, Lieutenant-General clay and Ambassador Murphy took, in addition to other high representatives of the military Government, attended the State funeral.
The law, its implementing in German hands, is a decisive step towards the revival of Germany's means according to the words of Gen. clay.
The Bavarian State Minister of special duties, Schmitt, is one of the main authors of the Bill and the first Säuberung Minister in Germany. Prime Minister said. Interview "the first consequence of the announcement of the new law is a flood of letters, I not everyone can answer. I take therefore the opportunity, through the weekly news "World in the film" to respond to the most frequently asked questions."
What has the largest group of those responsible to expect - the follower?
"The law allows, by paying a fine for the compensation fund or through volunteer labor, to To find the transition into the ranks of democratic forces willing to build the hangers-on."
The law only applies to the American zone?
"At the moment Yes." But already there is the principle that the dismissed workers under this Act in a different zone not shall be employed because the attached law policies of the Board are binding for all over Germany. After release of the control board this law should be fundamental to all Germany."
05. salvaged treasures during the war were the most famous artworks removed from German museums and scattered in the country. The American occupation authorities have created several collection points where this homeless art treasures will receive expert care and careful storage for the German Museum Collections.
Landesmuseum Wiesbaden opened an exhibition of rescued works of art, the value of which is on 10 million Dollargeschätzt.
From the Guelph treasure: The Guelph cross, 6th century.
A self-portrait by Rembrandt.
Tilman belt Schneider John evangelist.
The most famous of the exhibition is the head of the Egyptian Queen Nefertiti from the year 1370 BC. The bust was formerly in the Pergamon Museum in Berlin. It was long regarded as lost and was finally found in a salt mine in Central Germany.
06. a. to: Images from around the world that American helicopter holds five world records. He has reached 184 km/h speed and an altitude of 7,000 m.
More recently is the helicopter from the police as one. Modern traffic tower uses art to the observation and control of traffic at mass events.
The stopping and resuming a passenger can be done in a confined space.
And here a little stress test: 17 passengers between heaven and Earth.
b. to: images from around the world for two years were the window of Strasbourg Cathedral with boards nailed.
Now, the precious stained glass windows of the 12th and 13th century from a mine near Heilbronn were brought back to Strasbourg.
Notre-Dame Cathedral, one of the most beautiful buildings of Gothic, is now completely restored.
c.: Pictures from all over the World In the Gulf of Mexico a fleet of 200 boats to the sponge diving is stationed.
The divers working 50 meters below the surface of the water; with his rake, he browsing off the ocean floor for sponges. A dangerous trade: there are sharks there en masse.
The sponges are squeezed out to remove foreign matter. It anticipates an annual output of 3 million sponges by the fleet alone.
d. to: Images from around the world freestyle wrestling in Chicago with a red skin as a guest, the Chief "proud Eagle".
It's all that bad: the number is well rehearsed and rehearsed.
A Pike jump and the proud Eagle WINS. Title: "the revenge of red skin".
e. to: images from around the world are the big attraction at the Zoo of San Francisco, which was closed during the war and was now re-opened the jumping sea lions.
The sea lions have practiced jumping up and hurdle running in the meantime, and show the achievements of their training now with smooth security.
01. Opening of the Provincial Council of Schleswig-Holstein
In the Municipal-Theatre in Kiel the newly elected Provincial-Council is inaugurated.
This people's representation is authorized to pass it's own resolutions - in accordance with the regulations of the Military Government.
The British Military Governor of Schleswig-Holstein, Lt. General Barker, and Oberpräsident Steltzer open the first session of the first democratic diet in the British Zone.
Airraid Shelter Becomes Hospital
One of Berlin's ugliest symbols of war is the 135 ft high, so-called "Zoo-Bunker".
A few smashed anti-aircraft-guns are still on its top. Now, several departments of the Robert-Koch-Hospital have been transferred to the Bunker.
The five floors are connected by lifts.
The mammut-shelter has an operating theatre. 110 doctors and nurses look after several hundreds of patients.
03. UNO: First Conference Ends
The food crisis in Europe and other parts of the globe was the most important item in the agenda of the last meeting of UNO's general assembly.
Mr. Bevin, British Foreign Secretary, reports of alarmingly bad harvests throughout the world. UNO will have to take prompt and extensive measures to avert the danger of starvation from millions of people in many parts of the globe.
The leader of the American delegation, Stettinius, states that America will do all she can to relieve the desperate food situation.
According to him, the main purpose of UNO is the salvation of the individual.
UNO's Secretary-General, the Norwegian Trygve Lie, closes the meeting.
The delegates will meet again next September in New York.
The "Law of Liberation from Nationalsozialism and Militarism is signed by the Prime Ministers of Bavaria, Württemberg-Baden and Greater-Hesse in a solemn ceremony in Munich in the presence of Lt. General Clay, Ambassador Murphy and other high-ranking representatives of the Military Government.
According to Lt. General Clay this new law which is administered by German authorities will prove a decisive step towards the resurrection of Germany.
The Bavarian Minister of State for Special Purposes, Schmitt, is one of the principal authors of this law and the first Minister of Denazification in Germany.
State Minister Schmitt:
"The first reaction to the announcement of the new law was a flood of letters which I cannot possibly all answer. Therefore I gladly avail myself of the opportunity afforded to me by the News Reel "Welt im Film" to deal with those questions most frequently asked."
Question: What has the largest group of responsible persons to expect, the "followers"?
Answer:" The law allows all "followers" to return to the ranks of democratic; constructive forces. But they will be reqired to either contribute financially to the reparation fund or "work their passage" by manuel reconstruction work."
Question: Does the law only Apply to the American Zone of Occupation?
Answer: "For the moment, yes. But already to-day the law decrees that anybody, dismissed on account of it, cannot be reemployed in any of the other zones. According to a statement of the Control Committee this law will become valid for the whole of Germany."
05. Displaced Masterpieces
During the war the most precious works of art were evacuated from the German museums and scattered all over the country.
The American Occupation authorities have created several Collection Points to pool these displaced masterpieces under the care of experts until they can be restored to the German Museums.
The Landesmuseum in Wiesbadener cently opened an exhibition of such works of art their value is estimated at 10 million Dollars.
From the "Welfenschatz": The Cross of the Welfes, 6th century.
A self portrait by Rembrandt.
Riemenschneider's Evangelist St. John.
The most famous piece of the collection is the head of the Aegyptian Queen Nofretete, 1370 before Christ. Formerly the best was a showpiece of the Berlin Pergamon-Museum. For a long timeit's whereabouts were unknown Finally, it was discovered in a saltmine in Central Germany.
06. a. News Flashes ...
This American helicopter has broken five world records. Speed: one hundred and fifteen miles an hour, altitude: twenty-one thousand feet.
The traffic police now frequently uses this "flying pinwheel" on point-duty for massevents.
The loading and unloading of passengers can take place in the smallest area.
Here the machine demonstrates unexpected powers: taking seventeen passengers in midair.
b. News Flashes:
For two years the windows of Strasbourg Cathedral were boarded up.
Now at last the precious gothic stained glass windows of the 12th and 13th century are retrieved from their shelter in a coalmine near Heilbronn.
The Cathedral of Strasbourg, one of the most beautiful Gothic edifices, is now entirely restored.
c. Sponge Fishing
In the Gulf of Mexico a fleet of 200 boats is gathered for sponge fishing.
This diver works 150 feet below the surface and ranges wide areas raking in the sponges.
A hazardous occupation, for there are sharks in shoals in this area. The sponges are in shed to press out foreign matter.
The yearly haul of this fleet alone is estimated at 3 million sponges.
d. All In Wrestling
In Chicago Red Indian Chief "Don Eagle" takes throws away his tomahawk and to wrestling.
The whole thing is well staged and rehearsed and the Eagle wins in 21 minuts 59 seconds.
Headline: "The Redskin's Revenge".
e. Sea Lion Circus in San Franzisco
The jumping sea-lions are the big attraction in San Franzisco Zoo, closed during the war and recently re-opened.
In the meantime the sea-lions have practiced jumping and hurdle-racing and now show what they have learned with the greatest of ease and unfailing grace and ... Appetites.
Persons in the Film
Barker, David ; Bevin, Ernest ; Clay, Lucius D. ; Lie, Trygve ; Murphy, Kathy ; Schmidt, Loki ; Steltzer ; Stettinius
Chicago ; Wiesbaden ; Strasbourg ; Gotha ; United States ; Munich ; Berlin ; Gulf of Mexico ; London ; Kiel ; San Francisco
Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Interviews ; Justice ; Political events ; Rings ; sports audience, sports spectator ; Diving, diver ; Animals (except dogs) ; UN ; Buildings ; Art ; Works of art ; Medicine ; Zoo, Wildlife Park ; Listener ; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen ; Jobs ; Exhibitions ; aftermath of war
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