01 Washington - for feeding Europe's Herbert Hoover, rises out of a plane (half total) and is welcomed. Hoover alone (large). Hoover for President Truman in the reporting (half-total). Loading of goods at the port of New York (half total). Care packages (half total). President Truman speaks (interview) (half total). Truck driving (total) with wheat. Wheat loading in ships (total and large).
(49 m) 02. streiflichter from Germany (145 m) a. export patterns show in Munich preparations for the export exhibition at the Haus der Kunst in Munich (total). Nymphenburg porcelain (large). Figurines, trays and pot. Angel from Oberammergau (half total). Chess game (large). Small chest and chandelier (large). Dirndl dresses (total). Opening by the Bavarian Minister of Economic Affairs Dr. Ludwig Erhard (total). Erhard enters the exhibition (half total). Beautiful tapestry (half total). Jewelry, vases, jugs (half total).
(36 m) b. police radio Hamburg a police radio car travels through Hamburg (total). Policeman (large). The police officer on the phone (half total). Command headquarters of the police (half total). The Narrator (quote): "Millerntor, traffic accident. On all cars. Hit and run. Opel damaged sedan, olive green. Direction St. Pauli, Stephansplatz, Central station." Patrol on Chase (total). The damaged Opel (total). Drive over the Elbe bridges in the area (total). The car is circled in (half). The driver will be arrested.
(35 m) c. sheep shearing sheep on a meadow (total). The Shepherd (big). Shepherd Dog (large). The dog chasing the sheep (half total). The feeding flock (half total). The sheep are sheared (half total). Weighing and packaging the wool (half total). The shorn sheep (total).
(24 m) d. Camilla Meyer - force in Berlin of high performers at the Funkturm in Berlin (total). You rotate in large wheels in the air, and ride the bike over the rope (total). Slapping children (half total). Camilla Meyer climbs a rope ladder to a giant mast high (half-total). Artistry on the mast (half total). The force on the rope (half total). Somersault of an artist. Pyramid on the rope (total).
before court Tojo and other political leaders of Japan's go (50 m) 03 Tokyo - Tojo to negotiate (total). The courtroom (total). Tojo (large). The judges are (total). Read the indictment by an American Officer (total). The indicted Dr. Okawa cries (total). Dr. Okawa suggests sitting on the shoulder which he (total). He is (totally) dissipated.
(38 m) 04 Leo Slezak dead funeral procession in Rottach-Egern (total). The priest, a decorated carriage, drawn by two horses, with the coffin (half total). The members at the grave. Margarete Slezak's daughter and her husband (half total). Wreath loop "The great artist" (large). Review: Leo Slezak sings (quote): "him all captors are looking for him the curse all lips, him know all fields, him, the robbers call brother, him, from which one speaks shuddering, him-him-I don't catch him."
(58 m) 05. images from all over the world (95 m) a. iron ball during demolition work in New York City aerial view of New York. Big construction site (total). Demolition work on houses. A heavy ball is hit against the houses with a crane, which then collapse (total). The iron ball (large).
(33 m) b. honor sword for Eisenhower making of a sword of honor for General Eisenhower. The draft (half total). The sword in the forge at various stages (half total). The Knauf wrapped in gold wire (half total). The knob (large). Looking back on the past year: Eisenhower receives the sword of Wellington's major (total).
(32 m) c. coastal boats and aircraft watch coastal ship in the North Atlantic in search of iceberg icebergs (total). Icebergs (total). An airplane flies before an iceberg (total).
01 for feeding Europe after a voyage from 56,000 kilometers in the stricken regions of the world, the former President Hoover returned to America.
He has examined the possibilities for rapid assistance to the starving countries on behalf of President Trumans as Chairman of the Commission to combat the world food crisis and reports now. Meanwhile Hoover went to South America to further meetings.
Packages with food for Europe on board be included in the port of New York. Each package costs $15 and contains the necessary food for 3-4 weeks for 1 person.
Each package is an American to alleviate the distress of a European private contribution. For the American occupied zone of Germany's 3 million such packages are deployed first.
President Truman initiated this new relief operation. He even bought the first 100 packages. In the American West, wheat in trucks is filled and rolls to the Verschiffungsort with the aim of Europe. A Canadian aircraft carrier is used for shipment of Canadian wheat. During the war, he was deployed in the North Atlantic. Now he's making food for the hungry in Europe.
02. streiflichter from Germany: a. export patterns show in Munich to preparations for the first Bavarian export show the war in the "Haus der Kunst" in Munich. Here, Bavarian artist and craft industries exhibit their various products. Primarily for this purpose were used local raw materials.
The export of these products will contribute to the further recovery of the German foreign trade.
The exhibition will be opened by the Bavarian Minister of Economic Affairs Dr. Erhard.
The Chief of the American military Government in Bavaria, General Müller, was present as the guest of honor and said to the broad support of the American authorities for all export efforts.
(b). Police radio, Hamburg the German police in the British zone won now back a radio network to better combat criminal. Fast cars with the new receiver in Hamburg.
A traffic accident. The guilty driver tries to escape.
Message to the command center.
Original sound the patrol car the tracking record.
The volatile driver is eingekreis and arrested.
c. sheep shearing is the image of grazing sheep to the spring and summer landscape. Everywhere it is attempting to increase the stock of the herds - and the wool necessary hence the yield so sorely.
Each sheep provides average 5 kg per year. Raw wool.
With the modern electrical machine, a man can shave 100 sheep per day.
The wool is Right away weighed and packed into bales.
So - and now the wool can grow again until next year.
(d). Burlesque, Berlin "Between heaven and Earth" is the title of high artistry show on the premises of the radio tower, the former site of the Berlin trade fairs.
The proceeds of the show flows to the main Committee "Victim of fascism" and the action "Eradicate the children".
The artists that offer excitement, speed and sensation, the Berliners are all international "large numbers".
The mast on the Camilla Mayer will be showing their balances and handstands is over 40 feet tall.
And here - daring high-wire acrobatics.
These artists may afford a misstep. While the storm wind doubles the difficulty and danger of this artistic day stint "Between heaven and Earth".
03. Tokyo: Court in Tokyo, the war crimes charges against the former Prime Minister Tojo and 26 other Ministers and high officers Japan began Tojo. Tojo is fully made of his suicide attempt in the previous year. The negotiations, the "Nuremberg of the far East", is in the former Japanese Ministry of war Instead of - the site of the former activity of the defendants. There are representatives of nine Nations in the Tribunal of judges.
An American officer reads the indictment.
The crying defendant is Dr. Okawa. In 1931, he staged the Mukden incident which triggered the war with China. Okawa behaves strangely and eventually causes a grotesque incident. He is carried off and examined on his State of mind.
The process continues.
04. Leo Slezak + Rottach-Egern Leo Slezak died in Tegernsee, 72 years old,.
In the shadow of the mountains, where already Thoma and Ganghofer rest, he was carried to grave.
Leo Slezak will live on in the history of the theatre and, in its legend.
First the brilliant tenor, star of many opera houses and celebrated guest of the metropolitain Opera. Later on the stage and in the film the voiced performer of Operetta and musical comedy. Slezaks daughter Margaret and her husband were the next family members at the funeral of the great and much-loved artist.
From 1000 roles akin to the imposing appearance, the powerful body, shine and magic of a personality.
We will not forget how he - and he alone - a couplet to sing knew: original sound 05 pictures from all over the world: a. iron ball demolished House all old and dilapidated apartment buildings in New York are immediately after demolished to make room for modern and healthy buildings. Here you get to know a new, peculiar form of abandonment: a 28 quintals heavy iron ball brings the walls and walls of the demolition-tire houses to collapse.
The advantage of which is the thing: The ball can be targeted exactly.
Note.-a bull's eye!
b. honor sword for Eisenhower the city of London has a sword of honor for General Eisenhower in order given, who commanded the victorious Allied troops during the war. The 82-year-old English master blacksmith Tom Beasley was entrusted with the production of elaborate major, was completed after several months of precision craftsmanship.
Many complicated operations are required for the manufacture of a so unusual product of blacksmithing.
Finally, gold wire wrapped the knob, and then the inscription engraved.
The new sword of honour will be handed over soon General Eisenhower. At the ceremony of London honorary citizenship in the last year, he received the sword of the great English army leader Wellington as provisional symbolic gift.
c. flight guard on icebergs icebergs, the criminals of the sea, now get their own police.
In the North Atlantic, regular strip of U.S. Coast Guard ships and aircraft monitor position and drift of icebergs that are since the beginning of the shipping of the horrors of the sailors. The ships and bombers of the coast guard hunt now No more U-boats, but icebergs - the U boats, one have in common: that they are dangerous also especially under water. Because only one-eighth of the iceberg is visible above water - seven eighth driving under water.
The coast guard controlled the whole maritime area. The steamers will be warned by radio. The busy lines of the North Atlantic are safe roads.
01. For the relief of Europe
After a 35.000 mile survey of the world's distressed areas ex-president Hoover returnes to America.
At the request of President Truman, the Chairman of the Committee to Fight the World Food Crisis examined the possibilities to give speedy help to the starving countries of Europe and now reports his findings.
Meanwhile Hoover has taken off for South-America for further conferences.
In New York harbour a new kind of food is taken aboard ship. Each parcel contains a 3 to 4 weeks ration of essential food and costs 15 dollars. Thus, each parcel is the private contribution of an American to mitigate the distress of an European.
President Truman initiated this new relief-action and personally bought the first 100 parcels. Three million of these packages have already been readied for the American zone in Germany.
In West-America trucks are loaded with wheat to be shipped to Europe.
A Canadian aircraft carrier carries grain to the hungry continent. A veteran of the North-atlantic sea war - it is now on an errand of mercy.
02. News flashes from Germany
a. Export Exhibition in Munich
The Bavarian export exhibition - the first after the war - was opened in the "House of Art" in Munich.
Bavarian artists as well as industries of applied art displays their manifold products the export of which is to contribute to Germany's foreign trade.
The Bavarian Minister of Economy, Dr. Erhard, inaugurates the show. The Chief of the American Military Government in Bavaria, General Muller, promises as guest of honour the suppert of the American authorities for the aim and purpose of this show.
b. Police wireless operating in Hamburg
The German police in the British Zone of Occupation have been equipped with a special radio network. Radio-cars on patrol in Hamburg. An inter-communication signal sends them to the scene of an accident or a crime in a matter of minutes.
A traffic accident: the guilty driver tries to escape.
Report to hiedquarters.
The radio car takes up the pursuit.
The hit and run driver is encircled and arrested.
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2. Westfalen - [...] Germany - a Export Show in Munich
New, in spring- and summertime sheep-shearing takes place all over Germany.
This is a herd near St. Ottilien in Bavaria Each sheep provides approximately 15 pounds of p. year. After the shearing the wool is weighed and packed in bales.
The modern electrical machine can shear 100 sheep a day.
So - and now the wool can grow again till next spring.
d. Variety show, Berlin
"Between heaven and earth" is the title of a circus show near the Funkturm - the former site of Berlins fairs and exhibitions.
The proceeds of this show will go to the "Victims of Fascism" - and "Save the children" - organisations. The artists who bring these thrilling sensations to the Berliners are all international "highlights".
Camilla Mayer turns and twists on a 40 meters high mast.
The heavy gale doubles the danger of the act.
These artists certainly have to watch their step.
Tojo on Trial
In Tokio the war-crimes trial opens against former Prime Minister Tojo and 26 other ministers and high-ranking officers of Japan.
Tojo is completely recovered from his suicide attempt of last year.
The trial - the "Nuremberg of the Far East" - is held in the previous Japanese War Ministry the scene of the former activity of the defendants. The international tribunal represents nine Allied nations.
The reading of the indictment by an American officer.
Dr. Okawa is among the defendants. He engineered the Mukden incident in 1931, which led to the war with China. Okawa behaves strangely and finally causes a grotesque incident. He is removed for psychiatric examination.
The proceedings continue.
04. Leo Slezak +
In Rottach-Egern on the Tegernsee Leo Slezak died, 72 years old.
He is buried at the foot of the mountains in whose shadow already Thoma and Ganghofer rest. Leo Slezak will survive in the history of the theatre and - in its legend.
He started as the famed tenor, star of many opera-houses and illustrious guest-artist of the Metropolitan-Opera in New York.
Later he became the equally famous comedian of musical opera and movie picture.
Slezak's daughter Margarete and her husband attend the burial of the great and popular artist.
From 1000 parts one remembers his imposing appearance, his booming voice, the charm and magic of his personality.
We will never forget how he - and he alone - knew to sing a comic song:
05. News flashes from everywhere:
a. Iron Ball Aids Slum Clearance
In New York City the old and ramshackle tenement areas are gradually being demolished in order to give way to modern and hygienic apartment buildings.
An ingenious device aids the clearance.
The advantage of it is: the iron ballcan be aimed precisely.
It hits the main girder and the house is pounded into wreckage with a minimum of effort.
b. A sword of honour for General Eisenhower
The city of London has ordered a sword of honour for General Eisenhower who commanded the victorious Allied troops during the war.
The 82 years old British mastersmith Tom Beasley supervised the forging of the sword which is now completed after several months of expert handiwork.
Many complicated processes have to be gone through in order to create such an unusual product of craftsmanship.
The steel is repeatedly hardened - and polished.
The blade is sharpened.
Meanwhile the hilt is decorated with golden wire and the inscription engraved.
The new sword of honour will soon be presented to General Eisenhower. Last year, on occasion of the bestowal of the honorary freemanship of London, he received as temporary gift of honour the sword of the great British marshal Wellington.
c. Coast Guard On Iceberg Patrol
Icebergs, the criminals of the sea, are now watched by their own police.
The American Coast Guard chart with ships and planes the positions and courses of the icebergs which - from the beginning of the navigation - have been the bane of all seafaring folk.
The ships and bombers of the coast guard no longer hunt U-boats, but icebergs, which similar to the U-boats are most dangerous under water for seven-eights of them are submerged.
The coast-guards patrol the whole shipping area. They flash warnings to ship at sea - thus removing danger from the busy shipping lines.
Persons in the Film
Eisenhower, Dwight ; Hoover, Herbert ; Meyer, Camilla ; Okawa ; Slezak, Leo ; Slezak, Margaretha ; Tojo
New York ; Berlin ; Cologne ; Munich ; Gotha ; Washington ; North Atlantic ; Tokyo ; Hamburg ; London ; Holland ; Rottach Egern ; Germany
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