Welt im Film 53/1946 27.05.1946
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).
Persons in the Film
Viscount Alexander ; Dalbey ; Dary ; Dietrich, Sepp ; Erskine ; Frank, Karl Hermann ; Friess, Hermann ; Landahl, Heinrich ; Parker ; Smuths ; Gaede, Thomas ; Conn, Billy ; Kyriakides ; Lannputt ; Louis, Joe
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80th Birthday Anton-Wolfgang Graf von Faber-Castell (* June 7, 1941)
His family name is almost synonymous with pencils and colouring pencils. He has been at the helm of the established family business for almost four decades, now in the eighth generation: Anton-Wolfgang Graf von Faber-Castell. Born in Bamberg in 1941, he received a law degree and worked as an investment banker in London and New York for several years before he was brought into the company management by his father at the age of 34. After his father's death in 1978 he became the company’s sole managing director. In 2000 "the Count" finally became chairman of the board of management, when the company is turned into a non-listed stock corporation.
The company was founded in 1761 by the carpenter Kaspar Faber, who began producing "Bleyweißstefften" made of wood and graphite. The pencils became world famous when great-grandson Lothar Faber introduced different degrees of hardness in the 19th century. In 1862, the successful entrepreneur was even raised to the rank of nobility. After the premature death of his only son the continuation of the company was secured by the marriage of his granddaughter Ottilie to Count Alexander zu Castell-Rüdeshausen and the new company and family name Faber-Castell was introduced. Before and after the Second World War, Anton-Wolfgang Faber-Castell's father expanded the company: he added new branches and manufacturing facilities and acquired shareholdings and licenses in almost every continent. His son later carried on this strategy, so that Faber-Castell advances to become the world's largest manufacturer of colouring pencils and pencils. He also advocates more sustainable and environmentally friendly production and compliance with a social charter.
After the death of the company patriarch in 2016 the family inheritance worth several hundred million Euros was passed to his four children. The company has since been managed by CEOs from outside the family for the first time.