1 Hoover in Warsaw and Vienna aircraft after landing (large). Streets of Warsaw (total), Hoover (half total). Polish children (large). Hoover goes through the rubble of the city (total). Polish woman with headscarf (large). Hoover speaks with the population (half total). Debris from Warsaw (total). Arrival of the aircraft in Vienna. Hoover gets off the plane (half total). Welcome address by General Marc Clark and representatives of the Austrian Government (half total). Hoover in the car (half total). Reception at the Government, sitting in conversation at a table, Hoover (half total).
(42 m) 2 heavy earthquake in the Pacific Ocean strong surf (large). Ship in the background (totally). Ship in waves (totally). Map of the Pacific Ocean with the Aleutian Islands as the center of the quake (large). Aerial photographs of the devastated coast of California. Destroyed houses (half total) and fallen telegraph poles on the coast of Chile (half total). Women rise from a truck (total). A child descends with a dog (total). Child with two dogs on the arm (half total).
(33 m) 03 process Nuremberg Kaltenbrunner is the stand (total and half total). The Commander of the concentration camp Auschwitz and Mauthausen of Rudolf Höss is called relief witness for Kaltenbrunner heard, ask (o): "What position they had in the year 1944?" Reply (original sound) Rudolf Höss: "In the year 1944 I was Office Chief D1 in the economic and administrative main office in Berlin. The previous inspection of the concentration camp in Oranienburg was my services."
(59 m) 04. streiflichter from Germany (158 m) a. Cologne Cathedral Cologne Cathedral and the Rhine bridge (total). Panoramic view from the Cathedral on the Rhine and the debris of the Cologne city. Roofer on the roof of the Cathedral (total) for repairs. Damaged tiles are thrown down (total). Roofing (large). Hammering a nail (large).
(33 m) b. rags collection boy girl at the counter bags with rags To give out (total). A woman on a scale weighs (half total). Women sorting the rags (half total). A man enters the rags in a big box together (half-total). The rags come in a shredding machine (half total), including a swastika tie. Spinning machines and looms (half total). Roll of cloth (large).
(33 m) c. guide dogs and police dogs guide dogs in training (total). You go in a car. Dog in the car on the road (total). The dog goes with a blind man (total). Police dogs in training (total). Police with dogs (total). Shepherd heads (large). The dogs jump over obstacles (total). A dog goes on a criminal in the cotton wool suit off (total).
(34 m) d. bells from cannons Heidenheim, Württemberg (half total). Three bells are decorated on a cart (total). Population is gathered on the street. Moving to St. Mary's Church (half total) with flags. The horse with the Bell (half total). Schoolchildren. The Tower of St. Mary's Church (half total). A priest consecrated the bells (total). Among the audience of military officials and nuns (half total). The inscription of the bells (large).
(31 m) e. circus Krone before American newspaper publishers of the circus Krone makes a presentation. Dancer with bear (total). The bear goes on a little bike (total). The bear drink from a bottle (total). Elephant and horse at a rocker (total). The elephant rises above this horse (big).
Vienna (27 m) 5th - anniversary of liberation that took soldiers (total). The Commander-in-Chief of the four occupying powers go side by side (total), Marshal Konjew, Russia, General Marc Clark, America, major general winter clay, England, General Bethouart, France. Major General Komarov (total) reports on the troops. The commanders act off salute the company (total). Set down (total) wreaths at the Memorial of the Red Army. (Total) they take off the parade on the grandstand. Representatives of the Government of Austria on the grandstand (total). Parade of Russians, Americans, British, and French.
(53 m) 6th England the hardest race in the world in Aintree Racecourse with crowd (total). Crowds in the stands (half total). Home of the Grand National (total). Jumps and falls (total). A horse without a rider jumps in the ditch (total). Slow motion when jump. Crash on an obstacle (total). Prince Regent, the favorite, gallopping (half total). Winner: Lovely cottage. The winning horse with the Jockey between the public (half total).
1st the American ex-President Hoover in Warsaw arrived Hoover in Warsaw and Vienna on his world tour to the examination of the nutrition situation. The Special Representative of President Trumans visited the destroyed city. The plight of the people is indescribable. One of the most urgent, but also most difficult tasks of Hoover is here to create improvement.
Hoover came to Vienna. At the Tulln airport, he was greeted by General Marc Clark and representatives of the Austrian Federal Government.
Hoover then had meetings with government authorities on the nutritional situation. This, he said: "Jch after many years once again to Europe came as after the first world war - the beleaguered nations of this important to bring the help of America and the rest of the world. Jch came this time Very much late, but, as I hope not too late, to provide effective help."
02. Heavy earthquake in the Pacific by an earthquake in the Pacific Ocean a huge tidal wave rolled up thousands of miles across the ocean and caused severe damage.
The stove of the quake was on the bottom of the sea in the area of the Aleutian archipelago. The tidal wave struck with full force against the coast of California and Hawaii.
Aerial photographs To give a glimpse of the violence of the waves, which could be broken by any banks. Houses and roads have been destroyed, many people were killed. The city of Hilo on Hawaii was considered particularly affected.
Even on the coast of Chile, 11000 kilometres from the heat of the quake, tidal wave was felt. Aid of the authorities began Right away. Many residents lost home and have and must now elsewhere must begin a new existence.
The dog - the best Playmate - is also saved.
03. Process Nürnberg in Nuremberg accused Kaltenbrunner was questioned first then by his defenders, under cross examination by the American representative of the prosecution.
Kaltenbrunner, who was General of the SS and head of the Empire - security main office until the collapse, is responsible for the establishment of concentration camps and the atrocities there. He denied all charges, all witness statements and the authenticity of the documents submitted to him, including his own signatures.
The statement of the former commanders of the Auschwitz and Mauthausen concentration camps proved a sensation of horror: Rudolf Hoess. He was questioned as a witness of relief for Kaltenbrunner.
(Original sound of Höß)
Höss had made following statements oath before his interrogation include: "Jch commanded Auschwitz until to the 1. December 1943, and suppose that there for at least two and a half million victims were executed and exterminated by gassing and burning. At least another half million died due to hunger and disease, making a total of about 3 million deaths. "
Elsewhere in his sworn statement, Höss said literally: "the ones, who go to work in the camp brought. Others were sent to the extermination plants Right away. Children at the tender age were destroyed indiscriminately, because they were unable on the basis of their youth to work."
04. streiflichter from Germany: a. Cologne Cathedral from the rubble of the heavily-damaged Cologne dominated with unbroken force the Cathedral. But the war was also this unique structure of German Gothic wounds. To save and preserve the 600-year-old landmark, the largely destroyed roof is covered now.
First, the old damaged roof panels are removed. Then putting rafters and finally Roofer set the new zinc plates.
The work despite the lack of tools, cranes and lifts is progressing quickly, an encouraging picture of the reconstruction.
b. rags new things out of old rags! In the collection of many German cities, all No more usable fabric scraps come together to be reprocessed to yarn or cloth.
280 kinds of fabric are sorted out and pressed into bales. Then they come into the tear machine. Finer fabrics cotton or rayon, the coarser varieties produce material for mattress fillings, and even the waste can be used for the roof pappen-and carton manufacturing.
The finer wool wanders in the spinning mills, where it is spun into yarns.
In weaving mills are made then the yarn cloth.
So, new things arise from rags.
(c). Dog training future guide dogs Trainingsapprat are trained in the Jakob von Uexküll Foundation in Hamburg with a new, so-called "artificial man". The car weight corresponds to a rising people in severity and size. So accustomed to the dog at every step a wards, only on the nursery slopes – later also in road transport.
The training is completed: his future protégé is entrusted to the dog. The noble properties: Loyalty, vigilance and obedience joined by now from another: sense of responsibility.
For 40 years, the dog is also a faithful helper of the police. In the Hamburg police service dog Division he receives training and training - no whip and other coercion.
And now the special training: there are four-legged Athletics record performances.
The master test: and to the straw man needs A lot of cotton.
(d). The municipality of Heidesheim in Württemberg has can be from own resources after the war poured the first bells bells from cannons. The material comes from shattered German cannons, which were released by the military Government for casting.
In the presence of representatives of the military Government, the clergy and the authorities, the five new bells have been brought to St. Mary's Church and there solemnly consecrated.
Quite Heidenheim took part in this event. The ore of cannons sounded belligerent - the Arch of the bells announced the peace.
e. circus Krone time something else: dressage and artistry on the stage - this news offered circus Krone at a reception of American newspaper publisher in Munich.
It has staked a bear this wheel.
(Nicole errant bear).
As a conclusion: A special allocation for Riesenbabies. (Bear gets milk bottle). Come on die Schaukel, Luise - or the mass have to do it. (Horse and elephant on the seesaw). Here, each step can be fatal... but the elephant prove that he understands also on difficult transitions. (Elephant rises above horse).
05. Vienna: anniversary of the liberation of the celebration of the first anniversary of the liberation of Vienna found Instead of a parade, attended the troops of all four occupying powers.
Major General Komarov, the Commander of the parade, reports the allies associations assigned to.
Then the Commander-in-Chief of the four occupying powers pace the squadrons of honour of, from right: Marshal Konjew, General Bethouart, General Marc Clark, Maj. winter sound.
Then move the 4 Commander of the Red Army monument, before they lay down wreaths. Also thought Federal Chancellor Figl and Mayor grains of the dead with wreath-laying ceremony.
The celebration culminated in the Grand Parade. With bands playing, the Russian guard battalion passed first.
French Alpine Hunter. From the VIP of the four Supreme Commander declined the took.
Also the Federal Government leaders were present.
06. England: The hardest race in the world for the first time in six years found that in Aintree, England, "Grand National" Instead of - the heaviest test for horse and rider, and with the largest turf event in the world.
Start. Seven km track with about two dozen breakneck obstacles lie before them. 34 are started, only 6 came to the target. There only at the Grand National. There are already the first 6 out of the race at the third hurdle.
The worst crash of the race: The horse it costs life - the Jockey Luckily just the victory.
No hurdle without crashes. No crashes without exciting moments for jockeys, spectators and - the film camera.
That happens when they stick without pilots at sea.
The slow motion is a picture of the difficulty of the race. The 19thc is obstacle to undoing a whole pack and so inviting hole turns into the fence in a trap for a horse after another.
Now it is already teeming with reiterlosen horses. Even without a Jockey, they omit no hurdle and run their race to end.
The penultimate hurdle. Only 6 jockeys are still in the saddle.
Prince Regent, the most selected horse, front away.
And now the last obstacle.
Running in the final straight. And now the sensation: two reiterlose horses go first through the target. You Of course do not count. The favorite but fell back.
The winner is a lovely cottage.
The audience is grateful to the Jockey of the Jockey and his horse.
01. Hoover in Warsaw and Vienna
On his inspection tour of the worlds distressed areas Ex-president Hoover arrives in Warsaw. The special emissary of President Truman tours the totally destroyed city. The people's plight is indescribable, and Hoover has a both urgent and difficult task in front of him.
Hoover also visits Vienna. On the Tulln airfield he is welcomed by General Marc Clark and representatives of the Austrian Federal Government. While discussing Austria's food problems in the Federal Chancellor's office Ex-president Hoover states: "After many years I have once again come to Europe - as I did after the first world war - to bring to the threatened people of this continent the help of America and other nations.
This time I came very late, but, I hope, not too late for effective help."
02. Heavy tidal waves in the Pacific
A tremendous earthquake at the botton of the Pacific tidal wave and sent it rolling tousands of miles over the Pacific Ocean.
The quake's origin was off the Aleutian islands.
With viresistible force the wave swept across the coast of California and Hawaii.
Airial views give an impression of the tidal wave's destructive power.
Houses and roads were devastated, many killed. The city of Hilo on Hawaii suffered the worst demage.
Even the coast of Chile - 7000 miles away - was affected.
Hilo, was devastated. Large areas were flooded and enormous havoc caused.
03. Nurembeg Trial
In Nuremburg the defendant Kaltenbrunner is cross-examined first by his counsil and then by the American prosecutor.
Kaltenbrunner - who up to the collapse of Germany was SS-general and head of the Reichs-Security-department is made responsible for the establishing of the concentration camps and the atrocities committed there. He denies all points of the accusation, all statements of the witnesses and also the authenticity of the documental evidence offered, including his own signatures.
A peak of horror is marked by the evidence of Rudolf Hoess; formerly commander of the concentration camps Auschwitz and Mauthausen, now testifying for Kaltenbrunner.
(Original sound Hoess) Already before his cross-examination Hoess had made the following statements under oath: "I commanded Auschwitz until the 1th of Dez. 1943 and estimate that at least 2 and 1/2 million prisoners have been executed and liquidated there by gassing or burning them to death.
At least another half million died of starvation and disease - altogether about 3 million victims."
In this sworn statement Hoess also declares, in his own words: "Those who were able to work were sent to the camp. All the others were immediately dispatched to the annihilation establishments.
Children of tender age were indiscriminately destroyed as they were unable to work on account of their youth."
04. News flashes from Germany:
a. Cologne Cathedral
Out of the ruins of the heavily damaged Cologne the Cathedral still towers with unbroken might.
But this unique building of the German Gothic did not escape the ravages of war. To secure and preserve this 600 year old landmark the damaged roof now reseives a new covering.
First the broken tiles are removed. Then new rafters are fastened and finally the tilers lay the new roofing.
In spite of the shortage of cranes and tools work is proceeding at a good pace - an encouraging picture of reconstruction.
b. Rag Collection
New textiles from old rags! The collecting points of many German towns gather all useless rags to utilise for the manufacture of yarn and cloth.
280 different kinds of rags are sorted out and then pressed into bales. Then they are fed into the rending-machine. The more delicate fabrics are turned into cotton wool, the rougher material is used to fill mattresses, and even what's left can be used for the fabrication of roofing felts and cardboard.
The wool is then turned over to the spinning mills, were it is spun into yarn. In the weaving-mills the yarn is woven into cloth. Thus, old rags make new textiles.
c. Training of dogs
In the Jakob-von-Üxküll foundation near Hamburg dogs for the blind are trained with a help of a special apparatus, the so-called Roboter.
The Contraption weighs about the same as a walking man. Thus the dogs become used to a charge, first in the training-grounds - later also in street traffic.
The schooling is finished: the dog is introduced to its new charge. The noble qualities of fidelity, vigilence and obedience are henceforth amplitied by a new one: sense of responsibility.
For 40 years the dog has also been useful helper of the police.
In Hamburg new dogs are trained - without whip or other compulsion.
d. Bells from cannons
The parish of Heidenheim in Württemberg was lucky enough to obtain the first church bells cast after the war.
The raw material - smashed German cannons - was released by the Allied Milit. Government for the casting.
In presence of representatives of the Milit. authorities, of the clergy and the civil administration the five new bells are carted to St. Mary's Church where they are blessed.
All Heidenheim attends this event. The brass - which once sounded "war" - now announces "peace".
e. Circus Krone
Performing animals in the drawing room - this innovation is presented by Circus Krone on occasion of a reception of American newspaper publishers in Munich.
A cycling bear.
An extra-ration for big babies.
And here: don't fence me in.
Anniversary of Liberation
A parade was held on occasion of the first anniversary of Vienna's liberation. The troops of all four Occupation forces took part.
Major General Komarow, commander of the parade, makes his report.
Then the chief commanders of the four occupation forces review the guards of honour, from left to right: Marshal Konjew, Major General Winterton, General Marc Clark, General Bethouart.
Then the officers approach the Monument of the Red Army where they lay down their wreaths.
Likewise Federal Chancellor Figl and Town Major Körner honour the dead soldiers.
Highlight of the day is the parade. With the bands blaring first the Russian battalion of the guards marches past, then the American troops, British units.
French chasseurs alpines.
The four chief commanders review the parade from their stand, as also the heads of the Austrian government.
The most difficult race in the world
For the first time since 6 years the "Grand National" is held in Aintree, England - the severest test for horse and horseman and one of the most sensational turf-events in the world.
"They're off". 4 1/2 miles of the toughest course are ahead with a round two dozen of the most hazardous jumps. 34 took off, but only 6 were destined to finish the course. That's the way it goes at the "Grand National".
At the third hurdle already the first six are out of the running.
The notorious Beeches Brook and the heaviest crash landing of the day: fatal for the horse - hisjockey had a narrow escape.
No hurdle without crashes. No crashes without thrilling moments for jockeys, spectators and - the camera.
The time retarder demonstrates the severity of the race. At the 19th jump the gap in the fence becomes a real trap, and horse after horse gets cought in it. Now, the riderless horses are in the majority, but they, too, tackle the jumps and tunder on the finish.
Only 6 jockeys are still in their saddles. "Prince Regent", the favourite, leads the field.
The last jumpt. And now the sensation: Prince Regent" drops back, and "Lovely Cottage" wins.
The public is grateful to the jockey and the jockey to his horse.
Persons in the Film
Bethouart ; Clark, Marc ; Hoess, Rudolf ; Hoover, Herbert ; Kaltenbrunner, Ernst ; Konjew ; Wintxerton
Aintree ; Cologne ; London ; Warsaw ; Vienna ; Chile ; Heidenheim, Germany ; Bremen ; Nuremberg ; Pacific ; Hamburg ; Munich ; Gotha
Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Bells ; close-ups, detail ; Craft ; Dogs ; Industry ; Justice ; Disasters ; Children ; Emblems ; Women, mothers ; Parades ; Police ; Horse riding, horse racing (without harness) ; Religious events ; Shipping ; sports audience, sports spectator ; 99.412 Deutsche week show GmbH: State visits (outside) ; Cities ; Animals (except dogs) ; Debris ; Buildings ; war crimes, war crimes ; maps ; Water ; water emergency ; Circus ; Listener ; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen ; Jobs ; aerial photographs ; Construction ; Anniversaries, Jubilees, birthdays ; Dogs ; Industrial ; aftermath of war
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