01 State men traveling in an airplane climbs the South African Prime Minister field marshal of Smuts (total). He has been greeted in Berlin by major-general Erskine (half total). He strides down the company (total). Smuts goes through the destroyed Reich Chancellery (total). Entrance of the bunker of Hitler (half total). Smuts at a school in Hamburg (half total). School children in the school feeding (total). Smuts and Senator Landahl (half total). Ottawa field marshal reverses Alexander in a car (total). Field marshal Alexander and wife get off (total). Go stairs up (half-total). Alexander and woman side by side (half-total).
(56 m 2) pictures of the reconstruction - bridges over the Rhine and Neckar the South Bridge at Cologne (total). Men working on the bridge (half total). General Thomas (half total) cuts the Ribbon at the opening. The first train over the bridge (total). The Friedrich Ebert-bridge at Mannheim (total). The Mayor of Mannheim (total) cuts the tape. General Parker (total). People go over the bridge (total). A decorated tram (half total) runs over the bridge.
(47 m) 03 sports (61 m) a. football: British soldier team - Sheffield United 5-1 football in Berlin's Olympic Stadium. A team of British occupation soldiers against Sheffield United play it. British soldiers as a spectator (half total). Game scenes (total). Shot on goal (total). Female military among the spectators (half total). Result: British soldiers - Sheffield United 5:1 (28 m) b. Joe Louis and Billy Conn, United States Joe Louis and Billy Conn on the scale (half total). Joe Louis, Billy Conn and the doctor (half total). Joe Louis signed the (half-total). Billy Conn signs (half total).
(16 m) c. marathon in Boston the runners on the track (total). The winner, the Greek of Kyriakides runs through the destination (total).
(17 m) 04. Also Japan selects released Japanese election posters (half total). Papal conclave (total). Speaker (large). The mass marches (half total). Turmoil on the road (total). Japanese are in line before the polling station (total). At the polling station at the select (half-total). A Japanese woman chooses (half total) with the child on the back. Japanese put the ballot in the ballot box (total). The ballot box is tipped out (total). Crowd on the road (total).
(40 m) 5th Malmedy starts Adolf Hitler barred prison window - 74 defendants of the SS - Leibstandarte (half total). The prison bunker in Dachau (total). An Allied soldier goes through the corridor of the prison and is in the cells (total). The lever on the door will be taken back (large) and opened the door. Sepp Dietrich (half total) on the side. Generalleutnant of Hermann Friess is asleep (half total) on the bed. The indictment (large). The judges come into the courtroom (total). The Chairman General Dalbey (large). On the witness stand, the American Lieutenant Dary says a (large). The witness described a shooting (original English/German). The witness goes to the dock and points to the defendant, who at the time had participated in the shooting (total).
(65 m) 6th Prague - death sentence against Karl Hermann Frank Street in Prague (total). Files in the Court (total). Men and women sift documents (total). Frank during the proceedings before the microphone (half total).
(21 m) 07. Every day 150,000 pencils wood factory, warehouse space (half total). Factory (total) at Faber-Castell. Workers on the machine (half total) in pencil manufacturing. Hands access (large) mines. Threading the mines by a machine (half total). Pencils on a bunch of (half-total).
(36 m) 08 pictures from all over the world (83 m) a. Observatory United States snow mountains in Colorado (total). Observatory (total). Man on a large telescope (total). Explosions on the Sun's surface (half total).
(27 m) b. Billiards world champion Lanputt at the billiards table (total). He pushes the balls into a hat and long series of balls along, meets high ball and catches it.
(17 m) c. Veterinary Clinic Salzburg waiting room in a Salzburg animal clinic. A schnauzer is sitting on a Chair (half total). A young lion sitting next to a man, a sheep, a Spaniel on the lap of a woman and a cat (half total). A veterinarian opens the sliding door (half total) and enters the small Schnauzer. The veterinarian is a medicine the dog (half total). The lion is sitting under the Sun (half total). A horse is an x-ray (half total). The doctor considered the chest X-ray (half total). The horse stands with its mouth in a frame for dental treatment (half total). The Spaniel is weighed (half total). The doctor examines a bird's claw, a Siamese cat is tapped (half total). Basket with young boxers (half total).
01 State men traveling the South African Prime Minister field marshal of Smuts arrived for a visit to Germany.
In Berlin, he is received by major-general Erskine and senior officers.
He later nights a tour of the destroyed Reich Chancellery.
The bunker of Hitler's.
Then, the 76-year-old field marshal came to Hamburg. among other things, he attended a school which by action of the British relief agency for children Hamburg's daily school meals take place in there.
In Ottawa, the capital of Canada, field marshal Alexander introduced in his new post as Governor General of Canada.
Alexander, who contributes the solemn action, civil led the victorious British armies in North Africa, Sicily and Italy during the war. He now carries the name Viscount Alexander of Tunis to the scene of his greatest victory.
02. Pictures of the reconstruction: bridges over the Rhine and Neckar after achtmonatlicher work was restored the South Bridge destroyed in January 1945 in Cologne and now solemnly inaugurated. It was built by a British railway construction company initially as a single track along with German workers. Later, she will be expanded together. The 630 m long Rhine bridge is one of the most important links in the German and European transport network.
General Thomas, the Commander of the British army of the Rhine, passing the bridge traffic in the presence of numerous guests of honour. The special train happens the breaks, take trains daily from now on 46 and 38 passenger trains with the guests.
In Mannheim, which was restored Friedrich - Ebert-bridge solemnly inaugurated. General Parker and other high-ranking Allied officers attend in addition to the guests of honour of Württemberg-Baden opening. The Mayor of Mannheim opened the bridge, which connects the districts of right and left of the river Neckar.
The first tram, decorated and occupied with kids, opened for traffic.
03. sport a. football for the first time since the war in the Olympic Stadium in Berlin a public sporting event was Instead of.
A consisting of professional footballers of British occupation forces (white trousers) played United, which is a leader in the English League against the champion team of Sheffield. Senior Allied officers were present as guests of honor and many football fans of many Nations. Also Berlin's sports came in large numbers. In a game of big class, the soldier team won 5: 1 goals.
b. Billy Conn, United States as prelude to the World Championships in the heavyweight boxing of the title holder Joe Louis (left) and his challenger Billy weighed Conn and medically examined. Conn is the ' heavier ' boy '. Five years ago, Louis beat Billy Conn already. This time Conn wants to take revenge.
And here the signing of the Treaty of the fight. The world champion meeting will Instead of on June 19 in New York.
c. marathon race, United States 50 years of marathon race over the classic distance of 42 km will take place in Boston, America.
Over 100 runners at the start, among them were many masters and good offspring.
The winner was the Greek of Kyriakides, who won the race in 2 hours, 29 minutes, 27 seconds.
04. also Japan chooses freely again in the first free elections to democratic principle certain the Japanese people even his Government. Before the elections, things hot up in meetings and processions - the opposition against the ruling Cabinet of Baron Shideharas is great.
27 million Japanese, 75% of all voters, gave her voice--the highest turnout in the history of Japan.
The elections themselves were quiet. The result showed a strong liberal conservative block in leadership, with Prime Minister Joshida at the top.
General MacArthur declared the election result, the Allied Supreme Commander in Japan: "the Japanese people has perceived sincerely the opportunity, free to assert its will. Democracy has made as a healthy step forward."
05. Malmedy massacre trial begins: 74 defendants of the Leibstandarte SS Adolf Hitler in Dachau began the trial of 74 members of the Leibstandarte SS "Adolf Hitler" for serious war crimes.
In his cell, the most important defendant expected the hearing: Sepp Dietrich, former Colonel-General and Kommandour of the Leibstandarte Adolf Hitler. Lieutenant-General Herman Friess, a further main defendant.
The defendants are accused to have killed many hundreds of American POWs and Belgian civilians during the Ardennes of winter 1944/45. The Chairman of the American military court is General Dalbey. Already the first few days of negotiation provided a dramatic climax with the examination of the American Lieutenant [...]ry. He is one of the 6 survivors of a group of about 150 American prisoners of war. All others were massacred on December 17, 1944 by SS men. The witness describes all details of the massacre, which he only escaped that he turned dead.
The witness is prompted to identify the defendants, the first shots gave the signal for the mass murder -.
06. Prague: death sentence against Karl Hermann Frank in Prague was Karl Hermann Frank, former SS - Chief of police and Minister of State for Bohemia and Moravia, by a Czech folk Court to death by hanging sentenced.
Frank was among others found guilty: the violent change of the Czech Constitution and the arrangement committing countless crimes against law and humanity. These include the destruction of the village of Lidice and the genocide of its population.
These are the last shots of the trial of Frank. Three hours after the verdict, the sentence was carried out.
07. work every day 150,000 pencils in Bavaria again 10 pencil factories, including the largest in the world, Faber Castell in Nuremberg.
Reconstruction of work was carried out vigorously and be fabricated again 150,000 pencil per day today.
While earlier foreign Woods, especially cedar, were used, one turns around now partly on native wood, alder and pine. Insert the mines is partly mechanical, partly through handwork.
Before the war, the factory exported a large portion of their products. Now, the most urgent domestic demand for lead, copy and color pencils can be met first.
08 pictures from all over the world: a. United States Observatory In the State of Colorado is America's highest Observatory. Here, in 3,500 metres above sea level, one tries to fathom the mysteries of the Sun. With a special apparatus, the Coronagraphen, of which there are only three specimens in the world, recorded the otherwise invisible operations on the edge of the Sun.
The possibility is given to get always more detailed knowledge of the processes on the Sun and its effects on the human life the researchers.
Here, the film shows the explosions on the Sun's surface for the first time. To influence the weather, over longer periods of time. Their observation is evidence of long-term weather forecasts.
Also on the radio reception, they have influence. The enormous gas clouds shoot up to a height of 160,000 kilometers.
b. pool of Sun ball to the cue ball. In Brussels, world champion Lannputt shows how you can reap admiration and applause with an "offensive" thing.
A simple Carom bored him – he must be artificially difficult there.
But even that seems him A lot too simple.
c. Animal Clinic Salzburg the Salzburg clinic waiting room there is a truly heavenly harmonious State.
Dog patient No.. 1 has stomach - "can help the dog."
Lion patient No.. 2 suffers from skin rash: the doctor prescribes him a dose of artificial desert sun.
Horse patient No.. 3 has a dental ulcer, which reduces down its value and its performance. He will be x-rayed and treated in order to be able to work again full.
So patient followed by patient, and all suffering and pain the animal world (whether they now creepeth upon or crawls) are cured here.
The hospital is an institution of State Government to the rescue and treatment of livestock and breeding animals of all types and sizes. Everyone comes up in the Noah's Ark medical - and again it says: "Next, please".
01. Statesmen in the news
The South-African prime-minister Fieldmarshal Smuts arrived in Germany for a visit.
In Berlin he was received by Major General Erskine and Colonel Rein. Later he visited Hitler's air-raidshelter in the Wilhelmstrasse and the destroyed Reichschancellery.
The 76 years old Fieldmarshal visited Hamburg, too. Besides other institutions he inspected a school and saw the daily feeding of the pupils - a British relief action for the schoolchildren of Hamburg.
In Ottawa, Fieldmarshal Alexander takes over his new duties as Governor General of Canada. Viscount Alexander, who is wearing civilian clothes during the solemn act, commanded the victorius British Armies in North-Africa, Sicily and Italy.
Bridges across Rhine and Neckar
After eight months work the South-Bridge in Cologne - destroyed in January 1945 - has been restored and was now formally inaugurated.
In presence of many guests of honour General Thomas, Commander of the British Army of the Rhine, openes the bridge which was built by a British Railway Construction Unit together with German workers.
Later, the bridge which at present is only single-tracked will be enlarged to doubletracks. The 600 yards long bridge is one of the most important connections in the German and European trafficsystem.
The special inauguration train crosses the bridge. 46 goods trains and 38 passenger trains will from now on use the new bridge every day.
In Mannheim the restored Friedrich-Ebert-Bridge was formally inaugurated.
General Parker and other highranking officers and guests of honour from Wurttemberg-Baden attend the ceremony. The bridge connects the two sections of Mannheim across the river Neckar.
Dr. Braun, the major of Mannheim, cuts the tape.
The first streetcar, festovned and with a load of children, initiates the traffic over the bridge.
For the first time since the end of the war the Olympia-Stadium in Berlin is scene of a big sportive event.
A team of the British Occupation Forces - mostly professional players - meets the crack home-team Sheffield United (black shorts) which is leading in the British league.
High ranking officers and many soccer fans of all nationalities attend the match, as well as a large number of sportloving Berliners.
After a technically excellent game the soldier-team won 5 : 1.
b. Billy Conn, USA
Before signing up for the world heavy-weight contest title-holder Joe Louis and his challerger Billy Conn are examined by the doctors and then weighed in.
Five years ago Billy Conn was beaten by Louis. Now he plans to take his revenge.
And here the signing of the contract.
The big fight takes place on June 19th in New York.
c. Marathon Race, USA
Since 50 years, the annual marathon race over 26 miles takes place in Boston, USA.
101 athletes are in the running - among them the Greek Kyriakides, a compatriot of the first Marathon runner.
He wins the classic race in 2 hrs. 26 min. 27 seconds, beating many former champions and joung hopefuls, and receives the laurel wreath of the Marathon Champion.
04. Japanese Go To Poll in Free Election
Japan goes to the polls in her first free election. 27 million men and women, that is 75% of all eligible voters, went to cast their vote - the largest percentage in Japanese history.
Before the voting there is a lot of spirited campaigning - there is considerable opposition against the government of Baron Shidehara.
The voting itself proceeds in orderly fashion.
A strong liberal-conservative block lead by primeminister Joshida, gains the majority of votes. Commenting on the elections General Mac Arthur, the Allied Commander-in-chief in Japan, stated: The Japanese people have wholeheartedly grasped the opportunity to express their free will. Thus, democracy has made sound and decisive progress."
In Dachau the trial opened against 74 members of the Leibstandarte SS Adolf Hitler" charged with gravest war-crimes.
In his cell waits the most important defendant, Sepp Dietrich, former commander of the "Leibstandarte SS Adolf Hitler".
Lt. General Hermann Friess, another of the chief defendants.
The men in the dock are accused of having killed many hundreds of American prisoners of war and Belgian civilians during the Ardenne-offensive in the winter 1944/45.
The president of the American Military Tribunal is General Dalbey. Already the first days of the trial brought a dramatic high-light during the evidence of one of the principal witnesses, the American Lieutenant Lary. He is one of the six survivors of a group of 150 American P.W.[...]s. All the others were slaughtered on the 17th of Dec. 1944 by SS-men. First the witness describes the details of this massacre, which he only escaped by feigning death.
The witness is then asked to point out the man who fired the first shots - the signal for the mass-murder. (original sound track)
Death sentence for Karl Hermann Frank
K.H. Frank, former SS-Chief of police and Statesminister for Bohemia and Moravia was sentenced to death by hanging.
Frank was found gulity of the overthrowing of the Czech constitution by force and of the ordering and committing of numberless crimes against law and humanity. The annihilation of the village Lidice and the mass-murder of its inhabitants was only one of them.
These are the last pictures of the trial. Three hours after the pronouncement of the sentence Frank was hanged.
07. Each day 150.000 of pencils
Ten Bavarian pencil factories, among them the world's largest, Faber Castell in Nuremberg, have resumed production.
Reconstruction work was carried out with zest and vigour and to-day already 150.000 pencils are produced each day.
Formerly foreign wood - particularly cedar - was used for pencil production but now the pencils are made mostly of native woods such as alder and pine.
The lead strips are filled into the wooden holders partly by machines partly by hand.
Before the war a large part of this factory's output was exported.
Now, only the most urgent inland requirements for lead and coloured pencils can be covered.
08. News flashes from everywhere
a. Observatory in USA
The State of Colorado is the world's highest observatory. Here - eleven thousand five hundred feet above sea level - the scientists ski to their unique job of probing the cosmic unknown.
With the aid a coronagraph, one of three in the world, the otherwise unobservable activity on the sun's surface is studied.
Through its use the scientists are able to add to their knowledge of the mystery of the sun and its influence upon man-kind.
Here motion pictures show for the first time the violent motion of solar upheavals which influence our weather. Thus, by their observation, the weather forecast can be reported considerable time in advance.
Radio reception, too, is greatly influenced by solar disturbances. Tremendous clouds of burning gasses rise to a [...]ght of 100.000 miles.
From the orb of the sun to the billiard-ball. In Brussels, world-champion Lannputt demonstrates how to earn applause and cheers with a trick and a click.
c. Animal hospital, Salzburg
In this waiting-room of the Salzburg veterinary hospital every animal awaits his turn in perfact harmony.
Patient No. 1 has stomach trouble. Doctors orders taste bad but act promptly.
Patient No. 2 has a rash: the doctor prescribes him a dose of artificial desert-sun.
Patient No. 3 has a bad tooth. He is radiographed and treated so that he can soon work again.
Thus patient after patient sees the doctor, and all worries and pains of the animal-world are healed.
This hospital is an institution of the government for the rescue and treatment of all kinds of valuable animals.
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