01 France - vote on the new Constitution people when going to the polling station (total), and at the polling station in the cabins (semi-total). An old woman is the ballot paper in the ballot box (half total). Thorez, General Secretary of the Communist Party at the ballot box (half total). Herriot, comes from the ballot box (half total). Clock (large) 6: 00. Vote counters to get the ballots from the ballot box (half total). When counting out (half-total). Men on the phone (total). A man on the phone (large). Auto Attendant (half total) with switchboards. Men at the typewriter (total). Telegraph (large). Big Board: Oui Non 48.8% 51.2%.
(32 m) 02. America - remembrance day for Roosevelt the Manor of Roosevelt (half-total). Mrs. Roosevelt, President Truman lay at the grave a wreath down (total) review: funeral of Roosevelt, coffin on Mount (total), mourners at the grave (total). Gun salutes (total), geschmücktes grave (large). Crowd at the Memorial Service (total). Gromyko (large). Mrs. Roosevelt speaks (half total). Truman speaks (half total).
(37 m) 03 Berlin streiflichter (94 m) a. Tiergarten Berlin aerial views of the Tiergarten Park. Monuments (total). Machinery for cleaning-up operations (large). Women in finding wood (half total). The terrain is flattened (total). The victory column (large). Working with the plough, sow (totally) women. Shovels to potatoes (half total).
(37 m) b. Telegraph apprentices training post apprentices in the Telegraph Office (half total). The apprentices during cable work (half total). Hands and cable (large). The apprentices working on pylons and capacitors (half total).
(21 m) c. Hans Albers in Hebbel - Theater as Liliom poster "Liliom" (half total). Line at the Hebbel (total). Hans Albers singing as Liliom (original sound) "Come on the swing, Louise". Hans Albers on the swing around him dancing people (total). The audience claps (total). Hans Albers at the stage exit between autograph hunters (total).
(36 m) 04. Germany - Sir Sholto Douglas takes office a plane lands in Berlin (total). The stand (total). Sir Douglas leaves the plane and is greeted by General Thomas, General Robertson and Vice Admiral Walker (half total). Sir Douglas walks down the company (half total).
go (17 m) 5th process Mauthausen - the verdict the accused KZ-Wächter in the building of the military court in Dachau (total). Spectators in the courtroom (total). The defendants (half total). The military judge (half total). General Prickett reads the sentence for each defendant (half total) original sound. The interpreter (half total) original sound. The defendants come forward individually (half total). "The Court has decided upon the agreement of at least 2/3 of the members present at the meeting, and sentenced to death by hanging. Time and place of execution will be determined by the higher military authority. "." The accused is again removed (total). August Eigruber assumes the dock to hear his sentence (half total). The defendant Hans Hegenscheidt, Caspar Klimowitsch, Hans Spatzenegger (half total). Victor Zoller goes between two military policemen to the shelter of the cell (total).
(78 m) 6th Osnabrück - Berlin - City children again go home farmhouse (total). Children climb on a horse-drawn carriage (total). Farewell to the farmers (half total). The horses (half total). Waving at the downhill (half total). With the luggage on the train station (total). The luggage is loaded (total). The children receive a soup (half total). Basket with lunch (half total). The children climb on the train (half total). Car beds (total). The stationmaster raises the exit sign up (half-total). Wheels up driving map (large). The children waving from the Windows (half total).
(37 m) 07 pictures from all over the world (126 m) a. Aga Khan in diamonds weigh up crowd in Bombay (total). Large scale (half total). A car moves out (half total). The Begum (half total). Aga Khan climbs the scale (total). Diamonds are placed on the other side of the scale (total). Aga Khan on the scale (half total). The audience (half total). Aga Khan rises from the scale (half total).
(42 m) b. Shakespeare's 380 birthday monument to Shakespeare's Stratford (total). Flags flown on the masts to the celebration of the 380th anniversary of birth (total). Procession through the streets of Stratford (total). Waving flags (half total).
(20 m) c. auto race in Nice cars (large). Start (total). Ride through nice (total). Spectators on the road and in the Gallery (half total). Winner: Villoresi, Italy.
drive old cars, United States vintage cars (20 m) d. (total). Boarding in old-fashioned clothes (half total). Women's legs when boarding (half total). Allow the crank (half total). The wheels (large), Horn (big). Driver in old-fashioned costumes (half total). Shaking of the fender and the steering wheel (large). Drive through the countryside (total).
01 France: Vote chose France over the new Constitution for the eleventh time in its history on a constitutional proposal. In the communes in France and the colonies steps of twenty million eligible voters to the ballot box, to the draft Constitution presented by the Government to take a position.
Thorez, General Secretary of the Communist Party in voting...
And Herriot, who chose in Lyon.
After the election, the whole country expects the result excited and impatient.
At two o'clock in the morning, it was clear that the "no" votes prevail; the population rejects the new Constitution proposal.
02. America place for Roosevelt Memorial on the occasion of the first anniversary of the death of Franklin Delano Roosevelt, the widow of the deceased and President Truman down wreaths at the grave.
These shots from last year show the funeral ceremonies for Roosevelt, was hijacked shortly before the victory of the allies from the life. Also the Soviet representative of the United Nations, Gromyko, is present at the memorial ceremony. Mrs. Roosevelt then passes the country seat of the late, great President as a national property of the public.
President Truman thanked on behalf of the American people. America - he said - will be always striving to act in the sense of Roosevelt's for the welfare of the country and around the world.
03. Berlin images: a. Tiergarten Berlin of the war - and the emergency have transformed the Zoo from Green Park to the grey desert. But the depressing sight of agitated, broke the giant area changed in these days on the new; The Barrens action of the Berlin City Council, also the Zoo for the vegetable and potato cultivation will be used.
English help tractors in the processing of the soil. From 900 acres of the former parking lot, about 400 morning partly on a large scale are managed, partly to gardeners. The inhabitants of Berlin's apply their kitchen gardens to the victory column.
The Zoo made previously for the rest of the Berlin. He will now serve their diet.
b. Telegraph apprentices, 250 new apprentices for the Telegraph and telecommunications are trained In the previous Reichspost Central Office in Tempelhof. The apprenticeship is three years. Thorough theoretical and practical training of apprentices in all branches of their new profession is carried out in this period.
The classrooms are furnished for all craft work - there are even training linkage for outdoor works, where the replacement of insulators first can be rehearsed "in the Hall" and learned.
c. Albers in Berlin Hans Albers plays again in Berlin! After a 12-year-old game break... at the Hebbel Theater... in its former glory and role in Franz Molnár's "Liliom".
The autograph hunters on the big game hunt go after the presentation.
04. Germany: Sir Sholto Douglas enters his Office at the airfield of RAF Gatow in Berlin, Air Marshal arrives Sir Sholto Douglas, who competes his offices as Commander-in-Chief of the British armed forces in Germany and as military Governor of the British zone.
His welcome General Thomas, General Robertson, Vice Admiral Walker and other high-ranking officers had appeared.
Sir Sholto Douglas is the successor to field marshal of Montgomery's, who was appointed the Chief of the British general staff.
05. process Mauthausen: Judgment in Dachau wrote the American Miltärgericht the decision against those responsible for the former Mauthausen-Gusen concentration camp. Of 61 defendants, 58 to death were sentenced by the strand, three received life prison sentences. Each defendant individually steps forward and takes the Chairman: General Prickett, against the verdict. August Eigruber, former Gauleiter of Oberdonau, one of the main responsible persons for the Commons, where from 1942 to the end of the war, 70,000 people of a violent death died.
And if after the other: the defendant Hans Hegenscheidt.
The defendant Caspar Kanchwala.
The defendant Hans Spatzenegger, who murdered hundreds of victims in the Mauthausener quarry with his own hand.
The last of the criminals sentenced to death, Viktor Zoller, will be brought back after the verdict in the bunker of the cell.
' 06 Osnabrück-Berlin: Gros city child go back home goodbye to the country, return to home and parents, says that during the winter in the context of the British relief operation Stork for these Berlin children "were housed in the District of Osnabrück.
Now they go home, part of a total 9,000 children from the British sector of Berlin, which were sent by the action of stork.
Horse and carriage are to the station. Everyone gets a hot meal and food for the trip. The parents are seeing healthy, well recovered children. The average weight gain is 8-10 pounds.
On the train, two children have a bed; Nurses and doctors will accompany the transport.
Body and nerves of children are rested and energized, and resistant for a new life in the big city.
07. images from all over the world: a. Aga Khan in Bombay recently one of the most remarkable charity festivals of the world found Instead of. The exotic Prince Aga Khan celebrated his 60th anniversary that he weigh up yourself in diamonds left and überwiess the proceeds of this unique ceremony of welfare and the economy of his subjects.
70,000 spectators watched the spectacle. The French wife of Aga Khan.
The Prince, who traces his descent back up on Mohammed, enters the scale.
And now, box is placed on the box. The stones are packed in clear plastic containers. The Aga Khan's wife watching, as the pointer of the scale increases. -70 container with diamonds, worth $ 2 million, are necessary to weigh the 222 pounds of Aga Khan.
Big is the donation, that flows to his people as the weight of the ruler.
He himself kept only the smallest stone with the smallest value - to the memory of his Diamond Jubilee -.
b. Shakespeare in the romantic English village Stratford-on Avon, the 330th anniversary is celebrated by William Shakespeare. He was born here, and here he died on the day of his 52nd birthday.
The flags of the United Nations flying over the festival city.
Like every year, so a ceremonial train from Shakespeare's birthplace to the Church and from there to his grave moves again.
The tribute has folksy character, not the rigid pomp of an official ceremony. The citizens of the city and the foreign guests visit the historical sites, including the great son of the small town was born centuries ago and died in car race in Nice in Nice... c. opened the authors season with the start of "Casino prize".
the circuit on the famous "promenade des Anglais" is equivalent to driving through. The winner of this class achieved an average speed of 86 km.
And now the race of heavy vehicles. The "Grand Prix", which will be held for the fourth time. After hard struggle over the 208 km long route, the Italian Villoresi WINS finally with a hourly 104 km.
d. old cars, United States Yes, cars are also. But to the 50th anniversary celebration of the American automobile industry is not about records and profit of rounds of-it's going green as in the grandfather's times.
So a motorized outing was at the time. Boarding - a blend of grace and artistry. The start - stimulate yourself to everyone and then everything in anticipation, whether the kilometres Eater goes forward, backward, or... in the air trembles.
But it was beautiful but...
Plebiscite on new constitution
For the eleventh time in her history France voted on a proposal for a new constitution.
In all French municipalities and in the colonies20 million people went to the polling-booths to decide on the referendum.
Thorez, Secretary General of the Communist Party, casts his vote ...
And Herriot, who votes in Lyons.
After the poll is concluded the whole country awaits the result with impatiently and excitedly.
At two o'clock in the morning the issue becomes clear: the "no" s have the majority; the population has rejected the proposal.
Memorial day for Roosevelt
On the first anniversary of Franklin Delano Roosevelt's death the widow of the late President and President Truman lay wreaths on his grave. A year ago the great American President died, shortly before the victory of the Allied arms. The memorial ceremony is also attended by the Sowjet representative of the UNO, Gromyko. Mrs. Roosevelt formally dedicates the old Roosevelt estate to the public. It is to become a national shrine.
President Truman thanks her in the name of the American nation.
America, he says, will always strive, as Roosevelt did, for the welfare of her people and those of the whole world.
03. Berlin News:
The war - and its aftermath transformed the green park of the "Tiergarten" into a grey desert. The depressing picture of the fallow, torn up grounds is new undergoing a fresh change again: In the framework of the municipal "Fallow-land Action" the Tiergarten is being utilised for growing vegetables and potatoes.
Of the 900 morgen area of the former park 400 will be cultivated partly on a large scale and partly shared out among small-holders.
By British tractors help cultivate the soil and the Berliners start raising their small gardens near the "Victory column".
Formerly the Tiergarten looked after the Berliner's recreation - now it will serve for his nutrition.
In the former Central Post Office in Tempelhof 250 new apprentices are schooled for future jobs as telegraphists.
They have to go through 3 years of apprentice-ship, during which they receive thorough theoretical and practical instruction in every branch of their new profession.
The instruction-rooms are equipped for every type of work - there are even practice - devices with the aid of which the pupils can rehearse and learn outdoor work such as the exchanging of insulators, etc.
c. Hans Albers in Berlin
Hans Albers is back in Berlin! For the first time after 12 years absence from the stage - he appears in the Hebbel-Theatre - in his former famous star-part in Franz Molnar's "Liliom".
After the show the autograph-hunters rally: the chase is in ... and it is big game they are hunting.
Sir Sholto Douglas takes over
Airmarshal Sir Sholto Douglas arrives at Gatow airfield to take up his duties as Commander in Chief of the British Forces in Germany and as Military Governor of the British Zone.
General Thomas, General Robertson, Vice-Admiral Walker and other highranking officers welcome him on his arrival.
Sir Sholto Douglas is the successor of Field-Marshal Montgomery who has been appointed Chief of the British General-Staff.
05. Mauthausen trial
In Dachau, the American Military Court pronounced sentence on those responsible for the former concentration camp Mauthausen. Out of 61 defendants 58 were condemned to death by hanging; three were sentenced to life imprisonment.
Each of the accused steps forward to receive the sentence from the presiding juedge, General Prickett. August Eigruber, the former Gauleiter of Oberdonau, was mainly responsible for the camp in which 70.000 people were put to death, alone in the time from 1942 till the end of the war.
One after the other: this is the defendant Hans Hegenscheidt.
The defendant Caspar Klimowitsch.
The defendant Hans Spatzenegger who - with his own hands - killed hundreds of victims in Mauthausen quarry.
The last one of the condemned men,Viktor Zoller, No. 61, is led back to his cell after the pronouncement of his sentence.
Evacuated kids return home
Farewell to the country, return to home and parents, thats the order for these Berlin children who during the winter had been evacuated by the British "Action Storch" and housed in the district of Osnabrueck.
Now they are returning home, first contingent of altogether 9.000 children evacuated from Berlin's British sector.
Each child gets a warm meal and sandwiches for the journey. The parents will meet healthy, well recovered kids whose increase in weight averages between 10 and 12 pounds. The railway carriages are equipped with beds, one for two children; nurses and doctors accompany the transport.
The children are physically and mentally strengthened and fit again for a new life in the large city.
07. News flashes from everywhere:
a. Aga Khan
Bombay was recently the scene of one of the world's most remarkable charity festivals. The Aga Khan celebrated his Diamond Jubilee by letting himself be weighed publicly in diamonds and dedicating the net profit to the welfare and relief of his people.
70.000 spectators, among them many foreign guests, came to attend the festivities. The diamonds are brought to the stadium under police guard.
Aga Khan, who derives his ancestors from Mohammed, mounts the weighing machine.
The diamonds are packed in plastic bulletproof containers. And now, box after box is put on the scales. The French wife of Aga Khan watches as the weight mounts - 70 diamonds containers - worth 2 million dollars - are necessary to match the 243 lbs. of Aga Khan.
Large as the weight of the ruler is therefore the sum which is bestowed on his people.
He himself only keeps the smallest diamond of the smallest value as a souvenir of his Diamond Jubilee.
In the romantic English town of Stratford o/Avon the flags of the United Nations salute the occasion of William Shakespeare 380th birthday. Here he was born and here he died, on his 52nd birthday.
Once a year the procession of remembrance goes from Shakespeares birthplace to the church, from the church to his grave.
The procession is informal, unrehearsed and has none of the stiff pomp of an offical ceremony. The people of Stratford and guests from everywhere assemble to visit the historical places where the great son of the small town was born and where he died.
The motor-racing season in Nice was opened with the annual event of the "Casino-Prize". The course - on the famous Promenade des Anglais - had to be circled 45 times. The winner in this class attained an average speed of 70 m.p.h. And now the "Great Prize of Nice" - contested for the fourth time. After a stiff race over the 260 miles distance the Italian Villoresi finally wins an average speed of 85 miles.
d. Ancient cars. USA
Yes, these too are cars. But here on the 50th Jubilee of the American Motoring Industry there are no records they are not out for scores and records - they are off for a joy-ride like in grandfather's time. A motor-ride in those days was a real event. There's even an emergency exit for nervous people.
The big thrill comes when everybody waits if the car is going to go forwards, backwards or up into the air.
But still it was fun - while it lasted.
Persons in the Film
Albers, Hans ; Die Begum ; Douglas, Sholto ; Eigruber ; Gromyko, Andrej ; Hegenscheidt, Hans ; Herriot, Edouard ; Khan, Aga ; Klimowitsch, Kaspar ; Prikett ; Robertson, Brian ; Roosevelt, Franklin Delano ; Spatzenegger ; Gaede, Thomas ; Thorez, Maurice ; Truman, Harry ; Walker, Harold ; Zoller, Victor
Nice ; United States ; Gotha ; Berlin ; Osnabrück ; Stratford ; Dachau ; France ; Holland ; Bombay
Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Railways ; close-ups, detail ; Justice ; Children ; motor sports ; News, communications ; Reviews ; Schools, training ; sports audience, sports spectator ; Cities ; Animals (except dogs) ; concentration camp ; automotive engineering, automotive ; Cultural events ; Military ; festivals ; Elections ; Welfare, aid agencies, care ; Listener ; Agriculture ; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen ; Jobs ; aerial photographs ; Crew ; Anniversaries, Jubilees, birthdays ; Agriculture ; Military ; aftermath of war
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