Welt im Film 46/1946 08.04.1946

Synopsis

1 Southampton - New York - ship of brides beckoning people on the shore (half total). Young women on the ship with her children in the cabin (half total). Women and children in the dining room (half-total). Children head behind the bars of a playpen (large). The ship of Argentina from the front (half total). (Total), the women leave the ship. Hug and kisses in greeting the men (half total). Crying baby in the arms of the father.
(30 m) 02 stark Memorial meeting at a place in Frankfurt (total). A man (total) unveiled a plaque. The inscription (large) "here stood the Börneplatz synagogue, Which one was destroyed on November 9, 1938 Nazi criminals". Several speakers (large).
(26 m) 03 new United States Ambassador en route to Moscow the new Ambassador Bedell Smith representative of the American military Government (total) is located at the airport in Frankfurt, in addition to the aircraft. Bedell Smith (half total). A poodle is served (total) from the aircraft. The American Supreme Allied Commander Europe Mac Narney, Bedell Smith and wife. Car departs (total).
(16 m) 04 pictures from all over the world (72 m) a. desert Lottery indigenous in the Sahara (total). Balls are shot in a large wire basket (large) as Lottery. A ball falls out. Native head (large), camel head (large). Arabs fire from guns (total). Play the natives with cards (half total).
(22 m) b. fashion show façade of the Femina (half total). Hilde Weissner (large), as a presenter of a fashion show. Presentation of dresses, hats and bags. In the audience of Victor de Kowa (half-total). The audience, including Russian soldiers, clap (half total).
(34 m) c. magician magician in Paris will bring a cigarette from a man's collar (half total). A large bouquet of flowers brought from the collar of a man, a knife stabs through the hand, a dove flies out of the jacket of a man. A magician conjures up the audience away (half-total). Empty rows of chairs (half total).
(16 m) 05. Skagerrak - poison gas into the sea freighter at sea (total). An English warship (half total). Fluttering English flag (large). The German crew leaving the ship (half total). Application of explosive charge by Englishman (half total). A soldier climbs down to the ship's hull on a rope ladder (total). Men put on gas masks (half total). Cinematographer behind newsreel camera with gas mask (total). Demolition of ships (total). Men with gas masks watch the demolition (half total). Sinking ship (total).
Nuremberg (46 m) 06. process In the witness box being interrogated by Ribbentrop (total). The dock (total). The Secretary of State in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs by Steengracht on the witness stand (total). Question the Defender von Ribbentrop (interview): "Hitler was a man, the explanations and objections was accessible?" Response from Steengrachtts (original): "in the first few years after 1933, he was there, but he locked the objections and statements in the course of time is objectively more and more. During my almost two years activity no case is practically me more recalled, in which he would have approved our templates. On the contrary, it had always feared to get him through any personal suggestions just for opposite measures of violence. The main feature of his character was mistrust. Who drove this incomparable fruits, therefore factual decent people were, if they wanted to influence Hitler in their sense of m. E. completely losing battle. On the other side but suggestions to violence or mistrust statements of irresponsible creatures found an ear Very much unfortunately. These people were then referred to as 'strong', while the behavior of each only reasonably normal people as a 'Weakness' or defeatism was condemned, and by a reasonably quiet once expressed opinion influence of this man could be lost forever."
(84 m) 7th Wuppertal - 45Jahre Schwebebahn monorail in Wuppertal, Germany in operation (big and half total). The Interior of the train with passengers (half total). Boarding at the station (half total). Exit, drive through Wuppertal (total). The State of the train Guide (total).
(32 m) 08 sports (43 m) a. wheel - circuit races in Munich starting cyclists in Munich (half total). People along the roadsides (total). "Start", band, race through the city (total). Viewers from debris of houses and in the rubble (total). A Bell (large) ushers in the final round. Signboard "Target" (large). The PuTTY Steiner, Nuremberg, winner receives the wreath (total).
(25 m) b. Athletics - Indoor Sports Festival in Madison Square Garden sports festival in Madison Square Garden. Pole vault (4.11 m), short-haul, medium-haul 1 mile. Sieger Mac Mitchell.
(18 m)

Narration

Narration (English)

Persons in the Film

Kowa de, Victor; MacNarney; Ribbentrop von, Joachim; Smith, Bedell; Steengracht; Weißner, Hilde; Kittsteiner; MacMitchell

Places

Munich; New York; Southampton; Frankfurt; Wuppertal; Sahara; Nuremberg; Skagerrak; Berlin; Paris

Topics

Sachindex Wochenschauen; gambling; Dogs; Justice; cameramen, cameramen; Children; Women, mothers; Political events; Cycling; Shipping; Spoprt-Ehrungen; sports audience, sports spectator; sports facilities; Blasting; Animals (except dogs); war crimes, war crimes; Kissing, kissing scenes; Athletics, jogging, fun run; People; Transport: General; Magician, magic; Listener; Fashion; Anniversaries, Jubilees, birthdays; German 99.169 weekly show GmbH:; Japan; Dogs; Sports honors; aftermath of war

Type

Newsreel (G)

Genre

Periodicals

Translated by Microsoft Translator

Title:

Welt im Film 46/1946

Country of Origin:
Germany

Year of Production and/or Release

Date of Release:
08.04.1946
Year of Production:
1946

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