01 industry under construction (77 m) a. State Porcelain Manufactory Berlin in the State porcelain factory in Berlin working a worker with kaolin. Machine turns. Hands shape dish on circular Potter machine. Henkel's workers sticking to Cup. The cups are bathed before burning in a liquid and placed on a Board. Workers walled up the opening of the kiln. Workers looks through the peephole in the kiln. Workers with cups and jugs. Pan across plates, bowls and cups.
(41 m) b. Bergakademie in Clausthal, resin teacher teaches students. Students in the Lecture Hall, half-close. Rock samples. The students in technical training on machines. Tower, great. Miner's lamps be explained. Practical training in the mine. Elevator goes down. Miners go in the gallery. Bergmann pushes lore. Miners at demolition of coal.
(36 m) 02 ally Board meets in Berlin car ancestor. The Commander-in-Chief of the four occupying powers get out of their car and entered the building. Guards greet. Close-up: Marshall Sokolewski, Russia, General Mac Narney, America, Air Marshal Sir Sholto Douglas, General King, England and France. The Commander at the negotiating table, half-close. Long shot of the Assembly Hall.
(31 m) 03 Wimbledon: final of the tennis master players on the playing field, total, when he comes. G.E. go Brown, Australia, and y. Petra, France next to each other. Opponents in the final. The men's final. Petra playing in long pants with Cap (2 m). Brown falls on impact, Petra behind the baseline. Clapping spectators, total. The heads of the audience each turn the ball. Petra WINS. He jumps after the game about the rope. The two players after the game, half-close.
(42 m) 04. streiflichter from Germany (98 m) a. education in Stuttgart traffic COP controls the traffic. Posters "Eyes on passing children on the hand". Children go with companion on the road. Policeman stops traffic classes. Children play football on the street. Hand presses on the Horn button at the steering wheel of the car, great. The boys get to the page. The driver of the car shakes his head. Cyclists with box on the shoulder and passengers on the handlebars. COP stops cyclists that ride four of them side by side. Man falls from the tram. Pedestrian is reading on the road. He falls in front of a car. Casualty between two cars. Salvage cars. The injured person is pushed on a Gurney in the salvage cars. Police officer controls the traffic.
(34 m) b. production of sundials in Berlin worker in the manufacture of watches. The small sundials, side by side. Two passers-by gather on the street. One asks the other according to the time. The other brings his Sundial out of his pocket and read the time.
(35 m) c. Hamburg children ride in which small children go Switzerland at the hand of their mothers. Girl receives map hung from the Red Cross around his neck. Luggage of the children with the followers of the Red Cross. The children go on a long train through debris road. The children in the train station Altona. You get on the train. Boys on the compartment window, large. Train shield "Switzerland Red Cross". The children wave. Drive wheels up. Mothers wave train departing from the platform.
(29 m) 5th Malmedy process: the judgment the defendants stand in the courtroom at the entrance of the judges. The American judges sit. The courtroom, total. General Dalbey reads the sentences. Sepp Dietrich Get up and turns before the judges table, to hear his sentence, half-close. (Life imprisonment). Verdict actuality. The accused of Georg Fleps is actuality to the verdict (death by hanging). The defendants be removed one at a time. Various officials before the judges table.
(54 m) 06. The experiment of bikini globe before the Bikini Atoll. Natives of the atoll to be evacuated. Laughing indigenous woman, great. Woman with boy and a small dog, half-close. Natives go to the ship. Model of grouping of target vessels. The American battleship USS Nevada, the Japanese battleship Nagato, the German Cruiser Prinz Eugen. Guns, big. There are scientists with dark glasses on observation ships. Plane taking off. Man controls the remote controlled aircraft. Self working instruments in the aircraft. Men fix war material to the test vessels. Aircraft, combat vehicles. Anchor chain is lowered. Anchor falls into the water. The men close the hatches. Aircraft on the island Kwajalein. Writing on a plane: Dave. S dream, which is to drop the atomic bomb. The crew of the aircraft at a meeting before the departure. The Dachshund Fritzi parachute going aboard. 4-motor machine to start. Flying machine. Clouds. Soldiers on board cameras. Aerial photographs of the ships. Aircraft flying in the clouds.
01 industry under construction: a. Berlin porcelain the State porcelain factory in Berlin in the Tiergarten district is now primarily devices for chemical industries and for the sanitary requirements. Then comes the manufacturing use dishes, and finally to maintain the 200-year old tradition of the famous Berlin art porcelain. A plate is created.
Before burning the objects with a mixture of feldspar, quartz and chalk are glazed. They go into the kiln, whose opening is walled up each time. The glut is observed, measured the heat. Before the war, the porcelain factory employed 500 workers. Now, 90 workers in the operation are active. An increase in production is included in Vista.
b. mining school am Harz junior at Mountain engineers and increase is trained in Clausthal mining Academy and mountain school again. The prerequisites for the difficult practical work be won in four-year theoretical instruction.
Students must master technical skills also machinery and weather customer.
In this model, the supply of fresh air in the mine explains future engineers.
And here are mine lamps, the weather beating reliable indicator of dangerous.
This is followed by practical training in the mine itself.
Only if the student under the guidance of experienced familiar with all requirements of the work above and below ground Hauer and Steiger, his education is considered to be completed.
02. Berlin: Allied Control Council meets "World in the film" shows for the first time a meeting of the Allied Control Council in Berlin - with the new participants of the Council.
The Commander-in-Chief of the four powers were formed to the 33rd session of the Board. Marshal Sokolewski - Soviet Russia, General Mac Narney - America, Air Marshal Sir Sholto Douglas - UK, and General King - France.
03. Wimbledon: Final of the Tennis Masters Wimbledon in London, the Mecca of the tennis player, after six game break again shows an old picture of peace: huge crowds, colorful summer life and bustle and the best tennis of the best international players.
A special highlight is the final in the men's singles. In the final of the first post-war Wimbledon 2 metre Frenchman Yvon Petra and the Australian geo frey confront Brown. Both are representative of the style of modern, fast and hard. Each charge is fired like from the cannon. Brown also used a two-handed forehand stroke to increase his massive "drive".
Petra won the two first sets. Then, Brown drew even.
The decisive fifth set was hard controversial. Petra Sieger and thus 1946 Wimbledon champion was finally after a bitter battle.
A nice, fast paced, pictorially and athletic tournament in the old tradition of tennis - Wimbledon stronghold.
04. streiflichter from Germany: a. education in Württemberg-Baden in Stuttgart alone 853 traffic accidents occurred within one year, 109 people were killed, including 13 children.
These frightening numbers prompted the American military Government and the police to a radical campaign against traffic offenders.
Weeks of education were held in Stuttgart, Heidelberg and other cities of Württemberg-Baden. Everywhere, warning posters, demonstrations showing how not to do it. These examples illustrate very clearly the consequences that may have incorrect behavior on the road.
Therefore, Eyes on road!
(b). Sundial, Berlin to the things that brings the Sun on the day, has recently also the exact time of day for Berlin and its surroundings.
The Berlin physicist Dr. Rüter has designed a Pocket Sundial, whose dial is set on Berlin and the Margraviate of Brandenburg. The mechanism is housed in a Plexiglas case, - a magnetized Razor is the core--a shadow stick - the hands of the clock.
An improved version, which indicates the time even with an overcast sky by infrared rays is in preparation, and dials for other parts of Germany.
The monthly production of this "Astronomical Observatory in the Pocket" is now 10,000 pieces. It is to be increased considerably.
The RAC clock does not determined after the moon.
"Pardong, könnense mind telling me what time it is?"
"Certainly – small wait, it is exactly 15 h 52 Berlin solar time."
c. Hamburg the Hamburg children Switzerland children recover in the Switzerland. In turn, the Swiss Red Cross supports the German youth by makes it possible a three-month vacation in the Switzerland 5 to 10 years old children. The selection is carried out only after the point of view of the Erholungsbedürftigkeit.
The first transport includes 450 children from Hamburg's emergency areas.
The Altona station, the children from their parents for a vacation trip that will bring them strength and recovery goodbye. Upon arrival you are distributed to numerous care centers, which has provided the Swiss population.
A further transport with the same number of children will follow later this first group.
05. Malmedy massacre trial: the verdict In the Malmedy massacre trial in Dachau was awarded the judgement against the 73 accused members of the Leibstandarte SS Adolf Hitler. 1944/45, 43 of the defendants were sentenced to death, the remaining 30 to prison sentences of 10 years to life for shooting of 900 American prisoners of war and numerous Belgian civilians during the Ardennes offensive in the winter.
The Chairman, General Dalbey, read out the verdicts.
Sepp Dietrich: former Colonel-General and Commander of the Leibstandarte, at the same time Commander-in-Chief of the 6th Panzer army.
He was sentenced to life imprisonment.
The accused of Georg Fleps, who scored first on prisoners of war American soldiers.
The American chief prosecutor decided his indictment. Colonel Ellis, with the words: "It must be given to understand the German people that the principle of eradication, which was the slogan of his last fight, can create him no newer and better world but that it means only misfortune for the country's own people and Fatherland."
06. The experiment of bikini in one of the remotest parts of the world, the Bikini Atoll in the Pacific Ocean, the largest scientific experiment of ever took Instead of. The dropping of an atomic bomb on 73 vessels. The footage shows the preparations.
First of all, the horseshoe-shaped atoll is evacuated. The residents are accommodated on a remote and safe island.
Then moves the massive research expedition in position. Initially the 73 ships. A model shows their grouping. Among the ships, the red painted American battleship "Nevada" the Japanese battleship "Nagato", and the former German Cruiser "Prinz Eugen". About 15 km away lie the observation ships. On them there are many hundreds of scientists view. Including physicists, chemists, Ocean researchers, weather experts and doctors.
Remote-controlled machines are a part of the involved aircraft. You fly unmanned with measurement and photo equipment in the danger zone. On the experimental ships located - animals of all kinds - a wealth of every imaginable use material for the greatest ordeal of world history.
The ships drop anchor, bulkheads and hatches are closed. Every man goes by the Board.
On the island Kwajalein the flying fleet is stationed "Dave's dream", which is to drop the atomic bomb from a height of over 10,000 m, which takes part in the experiment, including the aircraft.
Shortly before the bombs dropping the last instructions to the issued immediately involved in the experiment.
As a good-luck charm the dachshund "Fritzi" will be taken - complete with parachute.
Around one million images to be recorded by the film and camera people in the first 30 seconds after the explosion.
The experiment was also exactly as shown here dress rehearsal. It brought main findings for the further exploration of the immense powers of the tiny atom.
01. a. Berlin Porcelain
The state-owned Porcelain Manufactory in Berlin, Tiergarten district, produces at present firstly appliances for chemical industries and sanitary needs. Manufacturing of porcelain for daily use comes second, and, finally the 200 year old tradition of the famous Berlin aristic porcelain, too, is maintained.
Up to the war, 500 workers were employed by the Berlin Porcelain Manufactory, now the factory operates with 90skilled works.
Here objects for daily use are produced.
The porcelain-mass is kneaded.
A plate is shaped. Before burning, the objects are varnished by means of a mixture of quartz and chalk.
Then they are put into the ceramic kiln whose aperture must be walled in each time.
The glow is controlled, the heat checked.
The brand-new household ceramics are ready, and the factory's trade mark, renowned all over the world, will vouchsafe their quality.
Industry is rebuilding
b. Mining School
A new generation of engineers and miners is trained in the Mining Academy and School at Clausthal in the Hartz Mountains. A four year's course of theoretical instruction prepares the grundwork. The students must master machine-mechanics and meteorology - besides the special professional knowledge.
This model demonstrates to the future engineers the fresh-air supply of the mine.
These are miner's lamps - also reliable indieators of the dangerous mine gases.
On-the-job training in the mine.
Only when the student, instructed and supervised by experienced hewers and fore-men, has become acquainted with all requirements of the work above and below ground, his training is deemed finished.
A Meeting of the Allied Control Council
"Welt im Film" for the first time presents a meeting of the Allied Control Council in Berlin, with its new members.
The representatives of the four Powers: Marshal Sokolovski, for Soviet-Russia. General König, for France. General Mc Narney, for USA.
Air-Marschal Sir Sholto Douglas, for Great Britain. The four commanders gather for the 33rd meeting of the Allied Control Council.
Wimbledon: Tennis finals
Wimbledon near London, the Mekka of the tennis world, once again shows its old peacetime appearance after a 6 year intermission: huge crowds, gay and colourful bustle and the best brand of tennis of the best international champions.
The men's finals in a special highlight. The first post war-Wimbledon sees as finalists the over 6 feet tall Frenchman Yvon Petra and the Australian Geoffrey Brown.
Both are representatives of the modern, fast and hard style. Every service comes like a cannon ball. Brown also uses a two-handed grip to improve his powerful drive.
Petra won the first two sets. Then Brown draws even. A fierce battle ensues for the decisive fifth set. Petra finally wins and thus becomes Wimbledon champion 1946.
A beautiful and thrilling match - in the finest tradition of the shrine of Tennis, Wimbledon.
04. German Highlights:
a. Trafic discipline for Wurttemberg-Baden
Stuttgart alone had 853 traffic-accidents within one year: 109 persons were killed, among them 13 children.
This alarming casuality list caused American Military Government and Police to start a drive against offenders of traffic-rules.
Weeks of traffic-education were held in Stuttgart, Heidelberg and other towns of Wurttemberg-Baden. Posters warn everywhere and demonstrations teach how one should not behave. These examples render most evident the consequences of wrong behavior in the street.
Therefore: Be careful on the roads.
b. Sundial, Berlin
The latest of the things the sun brings to light is the exact hour of the day for Berlin and surroundings.
The Berlin physicist Dr. Rüter has designed a pocket sun-dial the face of which is calculated for Berlin and the Mark Brandenburg.
The mechanism is housed in a box of artificial glass, a magnetezed razor-blade is its heart, and a small indicator the hand, showing the hour by its own shadow.
An improved type is being prepared showing the hour also with clouded sky by means of infra-red rays furthermore dial-plates for other regions of Germany are in preparation.
At present the output of this "pocket-observatory" amounts to 10.000 pieces a month, but it is to be considerably increased.
I. Speaker: " 'xcuse me, what time is it?" II. Speaker: "Moment, please, 11.32 Berlin sun time."
c. Hamburg-children in Switzerland
Children from Hamburg spend vacation time in Switzerland. German youth is again supported by the Swiss Red Cross giving children between 5 and 10 the chance to recover in Switzerland for 3 months. Need for recovery is the only standard of selection.
The first transport comprises 450 children from the distressed areas of Hamburg. After their arrival, they are distributed among numerous recreational stations provided by the Swiss population.
Bidding "Farewell" to their parents in Altona Central Station, the children leave for a vacation that will restore their health and strengthen their system. This first group will be followed later by another transport with an equal number of children.
The Malmedy-trial at Dachau ended with the pronunciation of the sentences against the 73 defendants, all of whom belonged formerly to the SS Leibstandarde Adolf Hitler.
For killing 900 American PWs and numerous Belgian civilians in winter 1944/45 during the Battle of the Bulge, 43 of the defendants were sentenced to death, and the remaining 30 to imprisonment terms of from 10 years to life.
General Dalbey, president of the court, reads out the sentences. The defendant George Fleps, who was the first to shoot on american PWs.
Sepp Dietrich: former colonel-general and commander of the Leibstandarte, and supreme commander of the 6th Panzer army.
He was sentenced to life.
Colonel Ellis, US. chief accuser, closes his bill of indictment with the words:
"It must be brought home to the German people that the principle of extermination, the slogan of their last war, will not create for them a newer and better world - but that it means only misery for their own nation and their country.
06. The Bikini test
Bikini Atoll in the Pacific, one of the world's most remote places, was the scene of the greatest scientific test in history: The drop of an atomic bomb on 73 ships. The brief symbolic designation of the test was "Operation Crossroads", designed to bring about decisive disclosures as to many effects of atomic energy hitherto unknown. These pictures show the preparation for the test.
The horseshoe-shaped atoll is evacuated. The natives are brought to another island, outside the danger-zone.
Then the enormous researchexpedition moves into position: at first the so-called "guinea-pig fleet" among others the American battleship "Nevada", painted red as target ship, the Japanese "Nagato" and the German cruiser "Prinz Eugen". They cast anchor; the crew leave the ships.
At a distance of some 15 kms of the target the observation ships are moored. On board are more than many hundreds of scientists, among them physicists chemists, meteorologists, zoologists, oceanographers, radio experts and physicians.
All of them are there to observe the effects of atomic fission on water, land and atmosphere and all kinds of human installations, for on board the target ships, in addition to all kinds of animals, there are all sorts of articles: motor vehicles, technical instruments, food and clothing to pass the biggest endurance-test of history. Kwajalein is the base for the air fleet, which will participate in the experiment, among others "Dave's Dream", which will drop the atomic bomb from more than 30.000 feet.
Part of the planes are remote-controlled craft. They fly pilotless into the danger zone, equipped with measuring- and photographic instruments. Immediately before the drop, last instructions are given to those directly taking part in the test - and to the crowd of waiting reporters, photographers and cameramen. 1 million pictures were taken during the first 30 seconds of the explosion. The special goggles are put on and "Dave's Dream" begins its historical flight - to gain further knowledge of the tiny atom's enormous power.
Persons in the Film
Brown, G. E. ; Dalbey ; Dietrich, Sepp ; Douglas, Sholto ; Fleps, Georg ; König, General ; MacNarney ; Sokolewski ; Petra, Y.
Wimbledon ; Bikini ; Berlin ; Clausthal-Zellerfeld ; Altona ; Kwajalein ; Dachau ; Stuttgart ; Hamburg
Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Railways ; close-ups, detail ; Hands ; Higher education ; Dogs ; Industry ; Justice ; Children ; Women, mothers ; Posters, fonts, banners ; Political events ; Police ; Travel ; Shipping ; sports audience, sports spectator ; Tennis ; Watches ; Accidents ; automotive engineering, automotive ; war crimes, war crimes ; maps ; People ; Holiday ; Transport: General ; Welfare, aid agencies, care ; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen ; aerial photographs ; Astrology ; Construction ; Mining ; Crew ; Dogs ; Industrial ; aftermath of war
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