01 American cotton for Germany freighter in the port of Bremen (half total). Cotton bale from the hold with a crane (total). Bales of cotton (large). Textile spinning machines (half total). Workers of spinning machines (half total).
(25 m) 02 Cardinal von Galen Cardinal by Galen in Münster after his appointment as a cardinal (half total).
(21 m) 03 New Zealand - largest Bush fire of ever of small plane before a large cloud of smoke (total). Bush fire. Ground (half total) To try to smother the flames. Trees are cut down (half total). Flames lick up (total) on a tree trunk. Aerial photographs of the fire.
(27 m) 04. sports - title (4 m) a. ball - Switzerland - Austria 8-0 the cycle-ball teams from Austria and the Switzerland welcome (half total). The game with two players on each team (half total). Slapping viewers (half total). Wheels and ball in each game scenes (large). Result: Switzerland - Austria 8-0. (27 m) b. obstacle - hunting race at Cheltenham obstacle hunting Championship in Cheltenham, England. Horses on the lead ring (total). A Jockey goes on (total). The obstacle race (total). Fall, the Jockey is wounded and stays (total). The winner of the horse-riding (total). Uncoupling of steaming horses (half total).
(33 m) c. football - South Germany - West Germany 3-0 run the teams (half total). The crowd in the stadium (half total) in Stuttgart. The team captains Kuzorra, West - Lehner, South (large). Game scenes, header, scenes in front of the gate of the West German team, with goalkeeper Turrek. The first goal shoot Morlock. Result: southern Germany - Germany 3:0 (28 m) 5th Berlin - black market flies on the Brandenburg Gate (half total). The black market with barter (half total). Police on trucks drive (total). The police jump off (half total) and arrest the dealers. The police officers encircle the black market and bring the people on the vehicles (half total). Weeping woman (half total). The trucks drive (total) in the police headquarters.
(42 m) 6th Nuremberg - Göring in the cross-examination of Göring in the interrogation (total). The British Prosecutor Sir David Maxwell-Fyfe (total) directs the interrogation. Lord Justice Lawrence (half total). The defendants (half total). Jackson on the lectern (half total). Question: "when did you realise, that lost the war for Germany?" Reply Göring (quote): "it is extremely difficult to say, in any case, I believe relatively late, so I mean at a relatively late time fixing has formed with me, that the war is lost." Previously I thought still in Remi chances and hoping. Just so I say mid to end of January 1945, January 1945 I saw no hope."
(49 m) 07 pictures from all over the world - title (3 m) a. American giant aircraft aircraft with ongoing propellers (total). Propeller (large). Pan across the machine. Start (total). Passengers in the machine (total). A man shaves, the Stewardeß with a tray (half total). You into the seats sleeping (half total). A young lady in the bed.
(17 m) b. quintuplets the Canadian quintuplets on their 12th birthday. Review: The five babies on the seventh birthday.
(25 m) c. of model cars of model-cars go round and round (half total). Model cars (large). Table with records of individual races (half total).
(19 m) d. diving Tower jumping from different diving boards (total). Several funny cracks by clowns.
01 American cotton for Germany In the port of Bremen is the American freighter "John Milledge", the 14'000 brings American cotton bales after Germany. More shipments will follow. Through this effort of the U.S. Government all looms in all zones will be busy in the next few weeks.
Hundreds of thousands of German textile workers To find back work and bread.
40% of the finished products are exported, 60% remain at home for the German demand.
02. Cardinal v. Galen died a few days after his return from Rome, where he had been consecrated by Pope Pius XII. Cardinal, Cardinal Galen in Münster in the 69th year of life.
These pictures show his reception after the Cardinal was ordained in Münster.
Cardinal Galen became known through his unflinching courage and his brave stance against the oppression of the Church far beyond Germany, in the years of Nazi rule. Sympathy rallies - including a telegram of field marshal Montgomery came from all over the world.
03. New Zealand: biggest Bush fire of ever when the cameraman landed in New Zealand on the Taupo airfield, the airfield of flame was surrounded. Millions of trees were burned. The biggest Bush fire of ever devastated vast forests of New Zealand.
Everyone helped to curb the ravages of fire. Trees were felled wood-free routes to win and to put a locks before the forward raging flames. As the fire was finally contained.
04. sports in Vienna met Austria and Switzerland to an international competition in the ball. (Switzerland with a white cross).
Each team has only two players - or driver - and all four people in the field must be virtuoso of the ball as the wheel... Athletes and artists at the same time.
Whoever touches the ground with his foot, must return to the base line and can continue until then. The Switzerland defeated the brave resistance of the Austrian team 8-0.
At the obstacle hunting race at Cheltenham in England were the best English class horses over the 6 km-long railway with its 24 obstacles.
Still, the field is located close together, but the heavy course brings the horses apart soon...
Right, you see a new method over the hurdle to climb.
The field chasing fall further - – the Jockey seems to be hurt.
Next - over the last obstacles. Until the very end... here goes the leadership shortly before the finish, is the favorite of Jubill flight at the top... but the second is catching up, pulls right and passes in the brilliant finish - Prattler is the winner of the classic Cheltenham race.
(A hot race: no wonder that steams the winner...)
The first great inter zone game between southern Germany and West Germany took Instead of in the Neckarstadion, Stuttgart.
50000 spectators were present. The Southern white sleeves. The team captains Kuzorra West - Lehner South.
Away from the kick-off there was a fast, technically sophisticated playing.
Both teams were experienced international players, such as copper, Kitzinger, Lehner and Walter at South, Tibulski, Szepan and Kuzorra at West.
It was always superior to South Germany. Only the excellent goalkeeper Turrek saved Germany from a higher loss - he held what was to keep.
South Germany won 3-0. Here the first goal by Morlock.
05. Berlin: Black market flies to Berlin... Brandenburg Gate and surroundings, the center of the black market.
A few unusual snapshots get the cameraman. Traffickers among themselves - unobserved and undisturbed.
It exchanges and offers and estimates, and will agree... or not.
As wärs? The coat against the case...? The conclusion doesn't work.
Laundry is always much in demand. Here there is everything... sometimes police, and then it's hot: the black market is blown.
No one can escape. Resistance is broken Right away, the entire black market is circled. All - whether participants or spectators - are first brought to police headquarters. There, each case is examined, the innocent will be released, the guilty punished. The fight against the National Pest continues relentlessly black market.
06. Nuremberg: cross-examination In the trial, the accused leader - Göring - by the prosecution representatives of America, England and the Soviet Union in the cross-examination was taken Göring.
Sir David Maxwell-Fyfe, the British Prosecutor, during the interrogation.
Lord Justice Lawrence had to call multiple times Göring to the order, as he repeatedly tried to make long speeches. The other defendants followed the interrogation with rapt attention.
The American Chief Prosecutor Jackson took Göring in the cross-examination. In one of the most important points came up: Göring was asked when he became aware that the war for Germany is lost.
(Original sound speech Göring).
07. images from all over the world a. American giant aircraft, the latest American transport aircraft. The propeller can be changed - the machine can also reverse rank on the airfield. The launch of the giant machine is very fast and smooth.
The aim of the first flight is Canada. The aircraft can carry 52 passengers, and - as you can see - in a very pleasant way. There are washing and dressing rooms and a small kitchen. The armchair can be transformed into beds in half a minute. The upper bed is hidden in the wall. Good night ladies, Sleep well to Canada!
b. quintuplets because we - arrived in Canada do you recognize these five Canadian girls? You have heard already of them. There are the famous Quintuplets, whose happy Geburt became a world sensation in 1934. You weighed only 10 pounds then all together and their viability was doubtful. But they grew and thrived, and healthy children.
She looked on her 7th birthday. Today, a native American Chief's family held a dance in her honor... In may they are 12 years old - Annette - Emilie - Yvonne - to be quite set Cecilie and Marie - five young ladies, who already make an effort, and adult... c. model cars these adults are engrossed in an apparently very childlike game. You can be on a London rooftop garden, a veritable race wear some kind of toy cars. The small racers have correct petrol engines and can reach speeds up to 65 km an hour - the thing is so serious technical importance. The cars circling the railway guide wires, so that they are not thrown in the air. The crazy times recorded exactly. The Nürburg race on the roof garden! Small cars can have great fun fun... d. competition and here of an American cameraman in Miami Beach. An old, but still vigorous animated.
Very new, however, is this kind of PLoP in the water. A very lively performance!
01. American Cotton for Germany
In Bremen harbor anchors the American steamer "John Milledge" with 14'000 bales of American cotton for Germany. Further shipments will follow. Owing to this offer of the American government the cotton mills of all occupied zones of Germany will be able to resume full production. Thus hundreds of thousands of German textileworkers will again find employment.
40% of the cotton goods will be exported in return for the raw material, 60% will remain in Germany for German consumption.
02. Cardinal v. Galen +
A few days after returning from Rome, where he had received the purple cap from Pope Pius XII., Cardinal Galen died, 69 years old.
These pictures show his reception in Münster after having been created a Cardinal.
During the years of Nazi-dictatorship, Cardinal Galen became known far over Germany's borders by his undaunted opposition against the oppressors of the Church.
Condolences poured in from all parts of the globe - among them a telegram from Fieldmarshal Montgomery.
03. New Zealand:
Worst Bush-fire in the History
When the Cameramen landed on Taupo airfield in New Zealand, it was already ringed by fires.
The greatest bush-fire of its kind in the history of the Dominion devastated millions of trees.
Everyone turned out to fight the flames - trees were felled to make fire-breaks. Thus the fire was finally controlled.
Austria and Switzerland met in a cycle-ball match in Vienna (Swiss team with white cross). Each team consists of only two players and all four have to be artists both of the ball and the bycicle.
Who touches the ground with his foot has to ride back to the start-line before reentering the play. Switzerland won 8 : 0.
At Cheltenham in England the best British horses take part in the classic steeple-chase over the 4-mile course with it's two dozen jumps.
At first, the field keeps close together but the heavy course soon thins it out. Watch out for a new method to "climb" over a fence.
On and on ... a crash ... the jockey seems to be hurt.
The lead changes again and a ain ... here, the favourite "Jubill Flight" is still in front but the second horse gains, neck-and-neck, and passes in a brilliant finish - "Prattler" is the winner of the National Hunt Chase at Cheltenham.
A hot race: now onder he's boiling over.
Neckar Stadium is the scene of the first interzonal soccer-match between South and West Germany.
50'000 spectators watch the event. The "Southerns" wear white sleeves. The two captains: Kuzorra-West and Lehner-South.
From the Kick-off it is a quick and technically superb match.
Both teams have such experienced international players as Kupfer, Kitzinger, Lehner and Walter for South - and Tibulski, Szepan and Kuzorra for West Germany.
The South players always had the upper hand. Only the excellent goal-keeper Turrek saved the West-team from a far higher defeat. South Germany wins 3 : 0. Here is the first goal shot by Morlock.
And again Black Market
Berlin ... Brandenburg Gate and vicinity, Centre of the Black Market.
Some rather unusual snapshots: Black Marketeers among themselves - unobserved and undisturbed. They barter and offer, they assess and close deals - or not.
How's that, the leather coat for the suitcase? - You can find almost everything here ... sometimes also the police, and then things happen: The black market is raided, nobody can escape. Resistance is immediately broken, the whole area is surrounded. Everybody, participant or bystander, is taken along to the police station. There, the outsiders are released, the racketeers punished. The campaign against the Black Market goes on without letting up.
In Nuremberg, Goering, defendant Number One, is crossexamined by the prosecutors of America, Great Britain and the USSR.
Sir David Maxwell-Fyfe, the British chief prosecutor. Lord Justice Lawrence calls Goering to order as he frequently attempts to deliver rambling speeches. The other defendants follow the examination with greatest interest.
Now, the American chief prosecutor, Jackson, crossexamines Goering.
One of the most important points is raised: Goering is asked when he became aware of the fact that the war was lost for Germany.
(Original sound Goering speech).
07. New Flashes
a. American Giant Airliner
This is the latest American transport airliner. Reversible-pitch propellers make it possible for the plane to back up. The Giant machine's take-off is noticeably fast and smooth.
Destination of the plane's first trip is Canada. Inside, fifty-two passengers have - as you see - most of the amenities of modern travel.
There are dressing and wash rooms, and a small kitchen.
The seats can be converted into berths in less than half a minute. The upper bed is hidden behind the wall.
Good night, ladies, sleep well ... till Canada.
...And as we have just arrived in Canada - do you remember these five Canadian girls? They are the famous Dionne quintuplets whose birth in 1934 created a world sensation.
At that time, the babies weighed only eleven and a half pounds and it was doubtful if they would live.
But they did live and grew up into healthy children.
The 7th birthday of the quins. And to-day an Indian Chieftain family entertains them with a Tribal dance. In May they will be 12 years old: Emilie - Yvonne - Cecilie and Mary - five young ladies who already want to appear very ladylike and grown-up.
c. Model cars' race
These adults on the other hand, seem to be absorbed in a Kiddie's game. They are having a motor race on a London roof-top.
Their small cars have engines powerful enough for a speed of 80 miles - so the hobby has quite a practical technical side to it, too. The cars are led by wires along the track to avoid side-slipping.
The speed of each car is carefully registered. A new idea in speed cars ...
d. High board
This is a rather more aged gag of an american Cameraman at Miami Beach but it still does it's stuff.
And here is an altogether new way to get into the water, with a dash, a splash and a crash.
Persons in the Film
Galen von ; Göring, Hermann ; Jackson, Robert ; Lawrence ; Maxwell-Fyfe, David ; Kuzorra ; Lehner, Helga ; Morlock, Max ; Turek, Toni
Stuttgart ; Vienna ; Cheltenham ; Miami Beach ; Gotha ; New Zealand ; United States ; Canada ; London ; Bremen ; Nuremberg ; Berlin ; Münster
Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Hobby ; Industry ; Justice ; Disasters ; Fire ; fire protection ; Fire Brigade ; Football ; Police ; Cycling ; Horse riding, horse racing (without harness) ; exchange market ; sports audience, sports spectator ; Black market ; Deaths, funerals ; diving ; war crimes, war crimes ; Economy ; Welfare, aid agencies, care ; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen ; Jobs ; aerial photographs ; Anniversaries, Jubilees, birthdays ; Fire brigade ; Industrial ; aftermath of war
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