01 American press visit in Germany running a plane (half total). General Müller welcomes American journalists at the airport in Munich (total). The journalists in an exhibition (total). Map of Bavaria (total). Camera (large) with sign "World in the film". Book "Mein Kampf" (large). Meeting with Dr. Högner and members of the Cabinet (total). Tour of the Dachau (total). The execution level (total). Walk through the gas chambers (total). The Malmedy process, courtroom (half total).
(53 m) 02 Prague - death sentence to Frank (total) enforced court in Prague, read out the death sentence. Frank (half total). Frank at the execution site. Crowd (total). Frank under the gallows with the noose around his neck (total).
(27 m) 03. streiflichter from Germany (104 m) a. explosion in the mine near Celle salt mine near Celle (total). Debris from an explosion (half total). Men go with gas masks (total). The mine shaft (large).
(24 m) b. Corpus Christi in Cologne Corpus Christi procession in Cologne (total). Choirboys (large). Kneeling people along the roadside (total). Archbishop of Faustino (total) lead the train. The cross is worn on houses ruins past (half total). Worship before the DOM (total). Place in front of the Church full of people, houses ruins behind it.
(29 m) c. Sanitätslager in Fulda potash mining Neuhof bei Fulda (total). Camp of sanitary articles: cotton, medicines, instruments (half total). The stocks of the mine run (half total) with an elevator.
(24 m) Bell Tower repair, Berlin Tower of Mathäuskirche in Berlin Steglitz (total). Repair work on the Tower (half total). Workers suspended on ropes on boards outside the Tower (half total).
(27 m) 04. Paris - Conference of Foreign Ministers is (totally) Ernest Bevin and Molotov. Secretary of State of Byrnes (America) welcomed the participants (total). Bidault welcomes Molotov (half total). Sitting at the table: Bevin, Bidault, Byrnes and Molotov.
(24 m) 05. A. police, New York kinder play images from all over the world (116 m) on the road in the traffic (total). The children play basket ball (total). Children at tables in the drawing (total). The children on a boat on the Hudson River (total).
(24 m) b. fish, France fishermen on the shore (total). Angler (half total). Sport fishing in the Mediterranean, with mask and fins and Harpoon fish Hunt (total). Prisoners of fish on the boat lying (half total). A guard on a rock in his Horn blows (total). He jumps into the water and brings up (totally) a diver.
(32 m) c. of white Maharajah, Sarawak Sir Charles Brooke, the last White wheel Shah in North Borneo, is under a large umbrella, a companion carried ashore (total). The wheel Shah at a meeting (total).
(11 m) d. dancing elephant, Austria an elephant dancing enters the ring to the circus of Konrad in Austria (total). The elephant is dancing and bows (total).
(19 m) e. Fashions, France two mannequins ancestor in a horse-drawn carriage and get off (total). Flower children and hats (half total). Two mannequins in sports clothing walk through the Park (total). Picnic in the Park (total). Bust of Amor next to a mannequin (half total).
(30 m) 6 boxes in Hamburg - ten Hoff suggests Runge Ten Hoff suggests Runge. Gong beat (large). The boxing ring in bad Segeberg (= later Karl-may open-air theatre) (total). Fierce blow exchange between ten Hoff and Runge. Ten Hoff boxes superior. Runge staggers (half total). Raj goes to the floor. Runge in the corner (total). Runge's. The winner by technical knockout is (totally) Hein ten Hoff.
01 American press visit to Germany in Munich received general Müller, head of the military Government in Bavaria, 12 of the most important American Publishers and journalists. The guests To want learn about Germany's situation in all phases of daily life.
They visited an exhibition on the statistics of the cultural building work carried out by the American offices can be seen under the leadership of General Müller and Colonel MacMahon.
It was the reading in the Third Reich, and newspapers and literature of today.
The internal issues of Bavaria were discussed in a meeting with Prime Minister Dr. Högner and members of his Cabinet. The former Dachau concentration camp was visited.
The tree, where thousands of prisoners were hanged.
And the execution state, where they shot the detainees with pistols. The gas chambers. The American journalists then attended a meeting of the Malmedy process, which is being negotiated in Dachau against members of the Leibstandarte SS Adolf Hitler.
02. Prague: death sentence to Frank carried out the death sentence pronounced by a Czechoslovak people's Court against the former police Chief of the SS and Minister of State for Bohemia and Moravia, Karl Hermann Frank, was carried out in jail Pankraz in Prague. Frank was found to be the violent change of the Czechoslovak Constitution and of committing numerous crimes against law and humanity guilty. He is responsible for the destruction of the village of Lidice and the genocide of its population.
So ends one of the highest dignitaries of the Nazi regime.
03. streiflichter from Germany a. Explosion, Celle In the salt mine Hänigsen near Celle - stored in the large munitions that the former German Wehrmacht 650 metres in depth - was created by inflammation of 5,000 tons of explosives a heavy explosion disaster.
The destroyed Förderhaus with the mine shaft. Immediately after the disaster could be the fire contained and prevents the looming explosion in another 3,000 tons of explosives.
Because of strong underground fires, it was impossible to penetrate on the place of the disaster rescue teams. 83 miners were killed in this disaster.
b. Corpus Christi, Cologne, under large participation was Instead of in Cologne the first Corpus Christi procession after the war.
The ceremonial train was moving across the ring road and through the destroyed city. At the top of the cathedral chapter and the high clergy step the Archbishop Dr. Frings of Cologne. A church service at the South Portal of the Cathedral was the crowning of the procession.
(c). Sanitätslager, the former potash mine Neuhof bei Fulda Fulda the Wehrmacht had 1943 underground created her biggest Depot.
The camp was freed by the American occupation authority of the large Hessian Government for the medical treatment of the civilian population.
Huge stocks in the values of over 15 million marks is stored here, including 20 wagon cotton, 30 car Mull, 40 wagon vaseline, 7,000 kg. Quinine and over 100 million vitamin tablets. Also many heights Sun, operation cutlery and other medical devices.
The material, a total of over 800 wagon loads, now serves to resolve the sensitive shortages of medicines and medical instruments.
d. currently, the damage caused by artillery fire at the Tower of the St. Matthew Church in Berlin-Steglitz be patched Bell Tower repair, Berlin because there is the risk of collapse.
The Elimination of war damage to towers requires special training and special devices. Every worker must here literally "be on the height".
Devices and the workers themselves are raised with the Tower elevator. This approach saves the Very much expensive scaffolding, which would cost 68,000 mark, and A lot of wood, Matthew church alone.
The Tower specialists carry out all necessary work - they are bricklayers, plumbers and roofers at the same time. And good climbers, if their summits in the middle of the big city.
04. Paris: Conference of Foreign Ministers at the meeting in Paris Conference of the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Soviet Russia, America, England and France were taken important decisions.
Decisions about the future of the Italian colonies and the city of Trieste are taken among others.
The four foreign ministers: Bidault - Prime Minister and Minister for Foreign Affairs of France of Byrnes - the American Molotov - Soviet Russian and Bevin - the English Secretary of State. According to the decision of the four foreign ministers convened the European Peace Conference on 29 July.
05. images from all over the world a. police children, New York, as in all big cities in New York the youth by playing on the road at risk. Now, has the police of these children adopted and thereby proves to gentle and understanding host.
Clubs were founded by the police, in which the youthful sports and dealing with music, drawing and craft work.
The range of child-friendly police also boat trips. Over 5,000 boys and girls are enthusiastic participants in these trips on the Hudson River in the wider surroundings of New York as a guest of the police.
b. fish, France the surest sign of the dog days in France are the long chains of passionate anglers on all fish waters.
A gentle breeze brings cooling. Even more enjoyable sport fishermen in the Mediterranean namely spend the dog days - under water!
In the romantic hunting grounds of the depth of the sea, they pierce their prey.
Above but wakes the eye of the law. Nobody may stay out too long - and if he does, he becomes the prey of the underwater policemen.
But only in the dog-days.
c. White Maharajah, Sarawak Sir Charles Brooke, the last White wheel Shah in North Borneo, returned after 4 1/2 year absence in his Kingdom of Sarawak.
104 years Sarawak stood as an independent State under the protection of Great Britain. Now, the land on a proposal by wheel Schah Brooke as a Crown Colony in the British Empire has been adopted.
d. dancing elephant, Austria Bubi is the only elephant in the Austrian circus Konrad, who survived the war.
He is regarded as a serious contender at the World Championships in the heavyweight punch.
(e). Fashions, France the last creations of Paris fashion do not need to shy away from the light of the Sun. On the contrary - in outdoor only looking, how good are these models on the summer and the wearer.
Compared to the previous year's models, the sports and street clothes have become longer. A minor correction, beauty, is clamped at the Amor, personally.
In the forest, a picnic 1946 decides the improvised fashion show.
06. boxes in Hamburg, Germany ten Hoff suggests Runge in bad Segeberg near Hamburg former European champion of amateurs, who met ten Hoff (right corner) and the former Olympic champion Runge in the preliminary battle for the German Heavyweight Championship in professional boxing.
1st round. After initial pat-down the first sharp hit change. Runge is the more experienced Boxer - the enormous range and the larger youth itself has ten Hoff. Also in the second round, Runge is still Very much dangerous - he ends up A few hits, which however do not shake the hard ten Hoff.
In the 3rd and 4th round superiority is increasingly clear ten Hoff.
Raj looking for close combat because he is No more fixed on the legs.
During the break, the opponents are refreshed by their seconds.
5th round. The blows of ten Hoff hail down on Runge who continues to struggle but to always.
Now he must to the ground - but the Gong rescues him again at "8".
In round 6 heavy body and head shot covers ten Hoff the badly battered opponents with a series - Runge staggers, the referee counts - Runge arises again - but it is Too much.
Runge's. Ten Hoff is the winner by technical knockout He meets the current master Walter Neusel on August 3 in the title battle.
01. American Journalists Visit Germany
Munich: General Muller, Director of the Office of Military Government for Bavaria, welcomes twelve important American publishers and newspapermen. These representatives of the American Press have arrived to familiarize themselves with all aspects of every-day life in Germany.
Guided by Gen. Muller and Col. MacMahon, they visit an exhibition showing, among other things, the results and statistics of cultural reconstruction work performed by American Information Control.
This is what the Nazis printed - and here are the papers and reading matter of to-day. The internal political issues of Bavaria are discussed with Ministerpresident Hoegner and members of his Cabinet.
A visit to the former concentration camp at Dachau.
The tree which was used as a gallows for thousands of prisoners.
The execution stand, where the inmates were shet as pistol-targets.
The gas chambers.
The newspapermen attend a session of the McLaedy trials, held in Dachau. The accused are members of the notorious Leibstandarte SS Adolf Hitler. (Hitler's SS Life Guards)
Karl Hermann Frank executed
The sentence of death pronounced against Karl Hermann Frank, former head of the SS police and State-Minister for Bohemia and Moravia, was carried out in the Prague Pankraz Jail.
Frank was found guilty of destroying the Czechoslovakian Constitution, and of innumerable crimes against right and humanity. He was responsible for the annihilation of Lidice, and the mass-murder of its population.
And this was the end of another Nazi bigshot.
03. German Highlights
a. Explosion disaster, Celle
Five thousand tons of explosives went up in flames in the salt mine at Haenigsen, near Celle, where huge stocks of former Wehrmacht ammunition were stored 650 metres below ground. The fire was brought under control immediately after the catastrophe, thus preventing the explosion of another 3.000 tons. The rescue crews could not reach the center of the holocaust because of the violent fire underground. 33 miners died in the blast.
b. Corpus Christi Day, Cologne
The first post-war Corpus Christi Day procession in Cologne was attended by great numbers of the devout in this city. The solemn procession passed through the Ringstrasse and the ruined city.
The cathedral chapter and ecclesiastic dignitaries were headed by Dr. Frings, archbishop of Cologne. The procession was followed by a service held at the south entrance of the cathedral.
c. Medical Supply Depot, Fulda
In 1943 the Wehrmacht established its biggest supply depot underground in the Neuhof potassium mine near Fulda. This depot has been released by the American occupation authorities to the government of Greater Hesse for the treatment of civilians.
Enormous stocks, worth more than 15 million Reichsmarks, were stored here, including 20 freight loads of cotton-wool, 40 of vaseline, 30 of bandage, 7.000 kilograms of quinine, and more than 100 million vitamin tablets. In addition, there were great numbers of sun-ray lamps, sets of surgical instruments, and other medical supplies.
These materials, totalling over 800 freight-car loads, will now serve to relieve the serious shortage of medical and surgical supplies.
d. Repairing a church steeple, Berlin
The damage caused by artillery fire to the steeple of Matthäus Church, Berlin-Steglitz, is being repaired. The steeple was in imminent danger of collapse. Repairing war-damaged church towers requires special training, and special implements, too.
Every worker has to be, literally, a "top" man. Tools and worknen are hoisted by the tower elevator. This method does away with expensive scaffolding, which in this instance would have cost 68.000 marks and much timber.
The steeple specialists perform all necessary work: they are masons, tilers and plumbers at the same time.
And they are also excellent Alpinists, although their mountain peaks are located in the middle of a big city.
Foreign Minister's Conference
Many important matters have been discussed at the Paris conference of the foreign ministers of England, America, Soviet Russia and France, Among other things, decisions have been reached regarding the future of Italian colonies and the city of Trieste.
The four foreign ministers: Bidault, French president and Foreign Minister; Byrnes, the American; Molotov, the Russian; and Bevin, the British Foreign Minister.
The four ministers concurring, the European peace conference has been scheduled for July 29th.
05. Picture from all over the world
a. Police help New York children
As in all big cities, New York's youth are in danger when playing games in the streets.
Now the police take care of these youngsters, and prove amiable and understanding hosts.
Clubs have been founded by the police, where the kids practise their sports or occupy themselves with music, designing and handicraft.
Boat trips figure in the program of the police. More than 5.000 boys and girls, as guests of the Police Department, are enthusiastic passengers on these boat-excursions on the Hudson River.
b. Fishing, France
The surest sign of the dog-days in France is the long line of passionate anglers along all the fishing streams.
A slight breeze proves refreshing.
Other amateur fishermen pass the dog-days in the Mediterannean --- under water.
They spear their prey in the romantic hunting grounds in the depths of the sea.
But above watches the keen eye of the law. No one is permitted to remain too long; and if he does, he falls victim to the under-water policeman. But only during the dog-days.
c. The white Maharadjah of Sarawak
Sir Charles Brooke, the white Maharadjah of Sarawak, Northern Borneo, returned to his kingdom after an absence of four and a half years. For 104 years Sarawak was an independent country under British protection.
Now it has been annexed to the British Empire as a Crown Colony, following a proposal by Rajah Brooke.
d. Dancing elephant, Austria
"Bubi" is the only elephant in Konrad's Austrian Circus who survived the war.
He is considered top candidate for the world championship in heavy-weight dancing.
e. Fashions, France
The latest creations from Paris.
In the open air these models blend with summer scene --- and with their wearers.
Compared with last year's models, sport and street dresses are a little longer.
Beauty does not Seem to get much help --- Cupid in person is obliged to do his bit.
A picnic in the forest finishes the improvised fashion show.
06. Boxing in Hamburg:
ten Hoff beats Runge
In Bad Segeberg, near Hamburg, the former European amateur champion ten Hoff (in the right corner) meets the ex-Olympic champion Runge in the semi-finale for the German heavyweight championship (professional). First round: They dance around, taking stock of each other, then, they traded stiff punches.
Runge has more experience, but ten Hoff counts on his enormous reach and his youth.
Second round: Runge is very dangerous, and lands often, but the blows do not affect the toughter ten Hoff.
Third and Fourth rounds: ten Hoff's superiority grows more and more evident.
Runge tries to fight at close quarters, as he is getting groggy.
Both contestants are glad when time out sounds. Fifth round: ten Hoff's punches are wearing down Runge, who still continues to fight.
Now he's down - but the bell saves him again. Sixth round: ten Hoff attacks his weakening opponent with a series of hard blows to head and body.
Runge staggers -- the referee counts -- Runge rises once more -- but it is too much.
Runge gives up.
ten Hoff wins by a technical kayo.
On August 3rd he will fight for the title against the present champion, Walter Neusel.
Persons in the Film
Bevin, Ernest ; Bidault, George ; Brooke, Charles ; Byrnes, James ; Frings ; Molotow, Andrej Wjadscheslaw ; Runge, Herbert ; Hoff ten, Hein
Bad Segeberg ; Berlin ; Munich ; Celle ; France ; Dachau ; Prague ; New York ; Fulda ; Paris ; Mediterranean ; Cologne ; Sarawak ; Vienna ; Hamburg
Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Boxes ; Justice ; cameramen, cameramen ; Children ; Emblems ; Explosions ; fishing ; News, communications ; Political events ; Police ; Religious events ; Shipping ; 99.412 Deutsche week show GmbH: State visits (outside) ; Diving, diver ; Animals (except dogs) ; Buildings ; concentration camp ; Cultural events ; maps ; Medicine ; Transport: General ; Circus ; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen ; Fashion ; Construction ; Exhibitions ; Japan ; aftermath of war
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