Welt im Film 66/1946 28.08.1946
1st Canadian Prime Minister Mackenzie King in Berlin Mackenzie King resigns from the aircraft of the Canadian air force, half-close. Welcome address by Sir Sholto Douglas, half-close. Mackenzie King gets into his car, half-close. Mackenzie King visited the ruins of the Reich Chancellery, totally. He stands before the Führerbunker and at the place where Hitler's body is burned. Mackenzie King walking half-close.
(23 m) 02 process Flossenbürg in Dachau great bars outside courthouse in Dachau. American military judges sit. Concentration camp overseer of the kz Flossenbürg in the dock, total. Some defendants, great. A Polish witness on the stand. You Get up and facing the defendants Wilhelm Brusch, cloud Castle attached female camp commandant. This Get up. (O-ton - incomprehensible). The witness shows on a second accused, stand up.
(59 m) 03 Monte Casino rises again the debris from Monte Casino. Monk clean-up work. Broken Bell of the monastery, great. Monks at the salvage of valuable writings.
(22 m) 04. How is the weather?
Clouds over the mountains. The Observatory on the Zugspitze. Meteorologists at work on the weather station. Various instruments. The Fehmarnbelt lightship perform measurements under the sea surface. From the coast, a weather balloon is high left to check the wind conditions. Meteorologists from weather maps. Man writes with headphones on typewriter. Radio announcer gives out weather reports.
(49 m) 5th Frankfurt: German athletics - Championship start of the 5000 m run. Runner, total and half close. Spectators in the stands, half-close. Eberlein, Munich WINS by a safe margin in the time of 15 minutes and 12.4 seconds. Eberlein is congratulated after the run, close to half. Hein, Hamburg, won the hammer throw with 51,62 meters. High jump women: Elbert, Munich WINS with 1.57 m. 100 m run men: four runners run almost simultaneously by the target. Winner: Pfeiffer, Frankfurt. Pfeiffer is by old master Hubert Huben congratulates after the run, half-close. Pole vault: country Schütz, Cologne skips 3.70 m and is German champion. 80 m hurdles women: it wins Danixh, Frankfurt am Main with 11.8 seconds. After the victory, half-close. 4 x 100 m relay men: it win the Stuttgarter kickers with 43.5 seconds ahead of Eintracht Frankfurt. 1500 m race: the race leads Dompert, Stuttgart. In the Sprint he is overtaken by Kaindl, Munich, won in 3 minutes 59.6 seconds. Kaindl and Dompert at the award ceremony, half-close.
(84 m) 06 bikini: nuclear blast under water the Bikini Atoll, total. U boat in the sea as a target ship. Signal flag goes up on the mast. Soldiers leave the target ships. Verification of measuring instruments. Soldiers on observation ship take binoculars to his eyes. Cameramen on board a ship. Second hand advances, great. Man is great. Explosion. A water tower shoots high. Remote-controlled planes fly over the explosion site in the clouds. Footage of the explosion from a built-in camera on the plane. Recording of the explosion by a camera mounted on a tower on bikini. Rising water mountain. The control ships total. Man checks radioactivity with Geiger counters. The Japanese battleship Nagato with side. Sinking American aircraft carrier Saratoga. Flying aircraft, large. Cameramen with cameras on board the aircraft. Again pictures of the explosion (Very much good shots).
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Sachindex Wochenschauen ; close-ups, detail ; Justice ; cameramen, cameramen ; News, communications ; Radio, television ; Shipping ; 99.412 Deutsche week show GmbH: State visits (outside) ; Debris ; Buildings ; concentration camp ; Landscapes ; Athletics, jogging, fun run ; Meteorology ; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen ; Jobs ; Astrology ; Construction ; German 99.169 weekly show GmbH: ; Japan ; aftermath of war
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