01 a year Dana (German General News Agency) shield, large: Dana. Radio with headphones. Girl writes on a typewriter. Fernschreiberinnen. Editors Dana. Man writes on a typewriter. Letters of the typewriter To write on sheet, large. Shield: "Publishing Director and editorial". Three young women read the 'Frankfurter Rundschau' newspaper page with font on the road "Reports Dana Funk".
a. International Athletics competition in the Berlin Olympic Stadium people go totally to the Olympic Stadium, (46 m) 02 sport (96 m). Crew officers going up the staircase to the bleachers in the stadium, half-close. The Olympic Stadium, total. Crew mates on the grandstand. Runner arrives with torch and lit the Olympic flame. A man in the audience stands and photographed. The press gallery. The audience Get up. 100 m race of men: it wins small, Holland in 10.9 seconds. 200 m race of men: it wins small, Holland. Clapping spectators, standing, half-close. Pole vault: It wins the Frenchman la Vergre (slow motion). 4 x 100 m relay: changing the last bar, the runner of England loses the season. 1 United States 2 Belgium, 3. Denmark. Klatschendes audience, total, boy both poor throws up, half-close.
(61 m) total b. Deutsches Derby in 1946 in Munich race visitors on the racetrack. People before the betting counters, total. The racing display. Cashier in cash at the betting counter. Occupation soldiers in the stands, half-close. A man ringing off the race. The race. It performs solo with Jockey Gerhard Streit the horse. Spectator with old-fashioned hat and fur, large. Inlet: Bertalda, Ostermond, solo, quartzite. Jockey Gerhard Streit in addition to the winning horse with a wreath after the race, half-close, congratulations. Solo with wreath and bow: 'German Derby 1946' (34 m) 03 atom in the retort the nuclear Centre Oak Ridge. Scientists when evaluating the nuclear tests of bikini. Signs in the rooms: 'Danger'. Men with Geiger counters to examine radioactivity.
(39 m) 04. streiflichter from Germany (86 m) a. Hamburg: Heulbojen ship sails on the Elbe River, great. Buoy, great. Steersman of the vessel at the wheel. A Bell buoy and a Patsy, tall. Captain looks through binoculars. The buoys mark a ship wreck. Men of the waterway Office rise to buoy, to control it. The buoy is hoisted on a crane, big. The men clean the buoy. Renewal of the Blinkfeuers. Ship drive next to the buoy in the river.
(35 m) b. Frankfurt / Main: performance on stage Shakespeare: "What you want" visitors go to the open-air stage in the Carmelite convent on the Römerberg. The people sitting in the monastery courtyard, total. Actor of the städtischen Bühnen Frankfurt play "What you want". Scene snippets in the backdrop of the monastery.
(22 m) c. Berlin: female police from the police school in Berlin Spandau girls in gym clothes, behind police officers come. The girls in training in Jiu Jitsu. Laughing policemen and girls as spectators. In the closet, the girls receive uniforms. The policewomen at trying on uniforms. Two police officers stop boys on a bicycle. Police officers bring children across the street.
(29 m) 5th British zone - week of remembrance for the victims of fascism in Hamburg. Men marching in a train and bear URNs of executed the people's Court. March across the Lombardsbrücke. Senator Heitgres, Chairman of the Committee of former political prisoner speaks at the Ohlsdorfer cemetery. Young people carry the urns with wreaths to their resting place. The decorated tombs. Itzehoe: Unveiling of a memorial for the victims of fascism and wreath-laying ceremony.
(40 m) 6 England: start to new record of Lancaster - aircraft Aries settings of part of of the aircraft Aries. Refueling of the aircraft. The elfköpfige crew from the aircraft. The plane with rotating propellers. Startzu a new record flight.
(20 m) 07. Animals from all over the world (71 m) a. New Jersey: bees bees sit on a honeycomb, totally. The bees sit around the neck of the bee-keeper.
(7 m) b. Paris: Monkey is modeled a sculptor skin head of a chimpanzee. The monkey takes hammer and chisel and working on the bust.
(14 m) c. Sydney: greyhound racing alive rabbits two greyhounds are distracted by a passing rabbit during the race and run behind the rabbit. The Hare beats a hook and jumps over the dogs. Chase scene in slow motion. The two dogs fall over each other and the hare runs away.
01 a year DANA is the German general news agency - known as DANA - the News Office of the American zone.
Here the radio Centre of DANA. Enter messages from all over the world. There are around 160,000 words. You are listened to, transmitted on Telegraph and automatically recorded by the Central Office of DANA.
DANA was founded a year ago by the information control Office of the American military Government and has transmitted messages to the extent of about 7 million words in the newspapers since September of last year from its Central Office in Bad Nauheim.
In the DANA editors get their final shape the messages and are then delivered to the newspapers.
The messages of DANA communications be wirelessly recorded by the newspapers.
And so she takes the reader in his morning newspaper. DANA a year means a year of objective reporting.
02. sport a. Olympiad, Berlin at the Olympic Stadium in Berlin was a major international athletics meeting Instead of the disputed by relatives occupying forces stationed in Europe.
General McNarney, Commander of American forces in Europe, opened the games.
8 Nations compete for the victory.
For the first time since 1936, the Olympic flame was lit again.
80,000 spectators, including 70,000 Germans who saw exciting fights - especially during the runs -.
One hundred metres. All participants lie close together.
There he separates from the field Dutch small and WINS superior in 10.9 seconds. Small won also the 200 metres.
The Frenchman la Vergre took the pole vault. Four times 100 meters relay. A race full of pace and power. Bel the leadership changes each change.
England goes into the lead. As the last man of the English season loses the staff.
The fullback of the Americans is in a magnificent Sprint in the lead and secures victory for America. The overall result, America took first place ahead of Belgium and Denmark.
b. Derby, Munich on the Gallop-Bahn in Munich-riem, the German Derby equipped with 100,000 marks was run from crowded grandstands. 16 horses went on the 2,400-metre line. From the start was the favorite, the Stallion "Solo" under Jockey Gerhard Streit, no. 3 sharp struggles gave it to the courts.
"Ostermond" and "Quartzite" referred by "Bertalda" on the 3rd and 4th place.
"Solo" won as expected and certainly "Bertalda".
The Wettlustigen were not quite on their cost - since the Totalizer paid only 14 for 10 for the victory of the "Solo" in the German Derby Favorites in 1946.
03. atom in the retort here are the first shots from Oakridge, the American nuclear research center.
In these laboratories equipped with steel Chambers, retorts, and blast furnaces, in particular the attempts are evaluated by bikini. Everywhere signs "Danger" warning, and you can see this little capsule will handle Which one caution: their radiation is deadly if not handled.
The work of this modern Alchemist is the hugest scientific task of mankind: here is the nature of one of their deepest secrets the splitting of the atom and the controlling and harnessing the thereby released vast energies wrested,.
Atomic by-products, in particular for medical use, be inspected here at the same time their availability.
This product is examined prior to shipment to other laboratories with the violinist device for radio active radiation.
The Oakridge works mark the beginning of a new progressive era of humanity, of the atomic age.
04. streiflichter from Germany a. Heulbojen, Hamburg in the North and Baltic seas have been made narrow gullies mine free by Räumboote. All ships must follow exactly these so-called forced paths marked by buoys.
Here a buoy, by striking at night and in fog which is heard.
Here a Patsy. It also serves as a qualifier when visibility is poor.
Other buoy marks a wreck.
All of these buoys are All the time controlled by the men of the water Street Office and overhauled from time to time.
Clean one of the up to 10-ton buoys of seaweed, rust and dirt.
Renewal of the luminous At night Blinkfeuers.
The gas filling keeps a ton a year.
Securing the waterways for food transporters and other navigation means free, safe ride.
(b). What you want, Frankfurt M In the cloister of the 700-year-old Frankfurt Carmelite Convent established an open-air theatre. The Klosterhog in its architectural beauty reminiscent of Frankfurt's former famous historical site and open air theatre on the Römerberg. In the Carmelite convent, the ensemble of the Städtischen Bühnen Frankfurt plays a new staging of Shakespeare's comedy "What you want".
Viewers follow spellbound c. are the harmony of the monastic environment with the figures of Shakespeare's world female police, Berlin at the instigation of the occupying powers in Berlin-Spandau police schools and trained future police officers Oberschöneweide. A subject is Jiu-Jitsu, where one learns remarks against abuses.
After six weeks of training they sit an aptitude test, then starts the practical service; the minimum age is 23 years, maximum age 35 years. Next level: the clothing... for some still an intricate matter.
Berlin is to receive a total of 350 female police force. The first 80 are already trained and in all four sectors of Berlin are already available in the service; next to the road, they monitor especially children and young people. The dress rehearsal is passed - Miss Schup from now on belongs to the Berlin street scene.
05. British zone: week of remembrance for the victims of fascism in nearly 2,000 Nazi concentration camps and prisons eleven million people lost their lives. During a week of Memorial to the memory of those millions victims of fascism, the solemn transfer of 28 urns to the Ohlsdorfer cemetery found Instead of in Hamburg. They contain the ashes of Hamburg anti-fascists, that by the people's Court were sentenced to death and executed.
At the Ohlsdorfer cemetery, the Chairman of the Committee of former political prisoner speaks Hamburg's words of remembrance, Senator Heitgres. Then, the urns are worn by representatives of Hamburg youth organisations to the last resting place. On the same day, a memorial for the victims of fascism was solemnly unveiled at Itzehoe. This first monument in the British zone has been created by former political prisoners. This remembrance week to - committed in the future every year in September to be dunned commemorate the eleven million death victims of Nazi persecution.
06. England: Start to new record English Lancaster-"Aries" is the most famous in international aviation circles veteran of test flights of all kinds.
In their previously traveled 200,000 kilometers of flight this machine undertook inter alia a flight around the world, and one in the Nordpolargebiet. A lot of world records raised the "Aries" and her elfköpfige crew. Here you can see them for example in her last start after Australia. She covered the distance in 42 hours - 10 hours faster than in the previous record flight in 1935.
07. animals from all over the world animals from all over the world! From Calcutta to the warthog and from Tromsø to the Canarienvogel.
First station: New Jersey. Bees engros. This gentleman is not a Fakir and a beekeeper in the Sunday suit. Please only closer to connect - or rather not (so no sting left).
Second station: Paris. Town of fine arts, the graces and Genii. The muses and models. Here you see how a model is working creatively on the artwork. "Give me that thing.
What you can do, I can do that long. - And now I want to show you what is art. You see: so. Of you can carve you a disc off. So - what I call a self-portrait, what? - and something like that bite the fleas on granite.
Terminus Sidney: an involuntary deposit in a Greyhound race. Unlucky by rabbit on the way - and the cameraman runs the two rare luck of this random shot.
Who is still betting on the rabbit? NA, na, na, na, response: the Hare. First he shows the two times, what is a rake.
Magdalena - growl... then off to early through the middle. Well, just don't push - it comes on it everyone - or not.
Goodbye, ladies and gentlemen! My name is rabbit - I don't know anything.
01. One year - DANA
The "Allgemeine Deutsche Nachrichten Agentur" - briefly called DANA - is the news-office for the US-Zone's newspapers.
One year ago, DANA was founded by the Information Control Division of American Military Government and since September of last year its Bad Nauheim central office fleshed news of some 7 million words to the newspapers. Some 7 million words would cover a Morse slip which could be wound 6 times around the globe.
The DANA wireless Station. News from all over the world arrives. The daily average is about 160.000 words. They are received, transmitted to telewriters and automatically recorded by the DANA central office.
From there the report is relayed to the DANA editorial office. The editor passes it on for processing and then - after a further check - it goes to the "Hell"-writer office for wireless-transmission to the papers. DANA news flashes are received by the papers by wireless.
And this is how the reader finds them in his morning paper.
One year DANA - means one year objective reporting.
a. Olympics, Berlin
In the Berlin Olympic stadium the big international track- and field events take place. Contestants are the members of occupation forces in Europe, eight nations participating.
General McNarney, Supreme Commander of the American Forces in Europe, opens the meet.
The teams march in.
For the first time since 1936 the Olympic Fire is kindled again.
80.000 fans, 70.000 Germans of them, see many exciting contests - particularly the races.
The 100 metres. All runners keep close together. Then, the Dutchman Klein pushes ahead and wins easily in 10.9 seconds. Kleins wins also the 200 metres.
The pole vault is won by the Frenchman La Vergne. 4 x 100 metres hurdle relays. A race full of dash and excitement.
With every relay the lead changes. The third relay - England is far ahead - but the last man drops the stick and America forges ahead from the second to the first place.
In the total result, too, America wins the first place before Belgium and Denmark.
b. Derby, Munich
On Munich-Riem race-track the 100.000 mark German Derby takes place in front of overcrowded stands. 16 horses are at the start.
From the word go the favourite, the stallion "Solo" mounted by jockey Gerhard Streit, No. 3, takes the lead.
"Bertalda" outruns "Ostermond" and "Quarzit" leaving them the third and fourth places.
"Solo" wins safely as expected. Thus the tote pays only 14:10 win 12:10 place.
03. Atom in the test tube
These are the first pictures from Oakridge, American centre of atom research.
In these laboratories equipped with steel chambers, test tubes and melting furnaces the latest atom experiments, particularly the Bikini test results are evaluated.
Everywhere, signs warn of "Danger" and it can be seen how carefully this small capsule is treated: for it's radiation is deadly if handled carelessly.
The work of these modern alchemists serves the most important scientific task of mankind: to explore one of Nature's deepest secrets - the fission of the atom and the taming and utilization of the enormous energies thus released.
Atomic by-products, especially for medical use, are concurrently examined as to their applicability. Before shipment to other laboratories, this product is tested with the Geiger-counter for radio-activity. The work done in Oakridge marks the beginning of a new and progressive epoch, the Atomic Age.
04. German Highlights
a. Life-buoys, Hamburg
In the German Sea and the Baltic, narrow shipping lanes have been cleared of mines by mine sweeper. All ships have to follow strictly these routes [...]-ked by buoys, in order not to share the fate of the many wrecks along the course.
A signal buoy, which can be heard also in foggy weather by clanging of a bell.
And a howling buoy. The latter, too, serves as a warning signal when visibility is poor.
Another buoy marks a wreck.
All these buoys are regularly checked by the men of the Water-Ways Office and reconditioned from time to time.
Cleaning of one of these buoys, which weighs up to 10 tons, of seaweed, rust and dirt.
The blink light which sparkles at night is reconditioned.
One gas filling suffices for one year.
The safeguarding of the water-ways means free and safe traffic for food transports and all other ships.
b. Open Air Theatre, Frankfort/Main
In the cross-walk of the 700 year old Frankfort Karmeliter monastery an open-air stage has been installed.
The old monastery-yard's architectural beauty matches the famous, now destroyed historic site and open-air theatre of the Römerberg.
In the Karmeliter monastery the cast of Frankfort's Municipal Theatre present a new production of Shakespeare's "As You Like It".
Under the round arches are the seats of the spectators view, enthralled by the harmony of the ancient monastery and the figures of Shakespeare's world.
c. Policewomen, Berlin
On the initiative of the occupation powers future members of the women-police-force are instructed in the police schools at Berlin-Spandau and Oberschöneweide. One subject is jujitsu. After 6 weeks instruction they pass an efficiency test and then the job begins; the age limits are from 23 to 35 years.
The next step: uniforms ... for some at first a rather involved affair.
Berlin is to get a total of 350 Women-policemen. The first 80 are already trained and are on duty in all four sectors of Berlin. Besides traffic-duties they are to supervise children and youngsters on the streets.
The dress rehearsal is over - from now on Miss Bobby will be a permanent character of the Berlin street-scene.
05. British Zone:
Week of commemoration for the victims of fascism
In nearly 2.000 Nazi concentration camps and prisons nearly eleven million persons were killed. In a week of commemoration for these millionfold victims of fascism a solemn transfer of 28 urns to the Ohlsdorf cemetery takes place at Hamburg. They contain the ashes of Hamburg anti-fascists, who were sentenced to death by the People's Court and executed.
At Ohlsdorf cemetery Senator Heitgres, president of the Committee of Hamburg's former political prisoners, addresses the audience.
The urns are carried by representatives of Hamburg youth unions to the new graves.
The same day a commemorative monument for the victims of fascism was solemnly inaugurated.
This first monument within the British Zone was built by former political prisoners.
In future this week of commemoration shall take place in September every year - an admonition to remember the eleven million victims of Nazi persecution.
Take-off for a new record
The English Lancaster-plane "Aries" is one of the most famous veteran of test-flights of all kinds.
In its 200.000 kilometres of flight this plane has performed a flight around the world and another into the Arctic circle.
And each time the job was the testing of aeronautic innovations - before introducing them into the regular air service.
Incidentally, the "Aries" and its crew of eleven set up a series of world records. Here f.i. it is preparing to take off for its recentflight to Australia.
It covered the route in 42 hours - 10 hours less than the last record flight in 1935.
07. Animals from all over the world!
Animals from all over the world! From Calcutty to the warthog, and from Tromsö to the canary. First lap: New Jersey - this man is no fakir but a bee-keeper in his sunday suit. Please, get a little closer - or rather not (so that not sting remains).
Second lap: Paris, city of arts, of graces and geniuses, of muses and models. Here we see how the model, too, collaborates creatively in the work of art. "Give that thing to me. Now I'll show you what real art is. See? That's what I call a self-portrait - and so life-like that the fleas are going to bite on granit soon."
Terminus Sidney: an unrehearsed incident in a greyhound race. An unsuspecting happens alon (and the lucky camera-man bags this amazing "candid camera" shot).
Who backs the hare? Answer: the hare. Take your time, boys - it may be your turn next - or rather not. Bye, bye, gentlemen! So long - and no ill feelings.
Persons in the Film
Heitgres ; Klein, Hans ; Streit, Gerhard ; Vergre La
Munich ; Berlin ; Sidney ; Oak Ridge ; England ; Federal Republic ; Hamburg ; Itzehoe ; Federal Republic of Germany ; Frankfurt ; United States
Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Women, mothers ; News, communications ; Police ; Horse riding, horse racing (without harness) ; Shipping ; Sports details, fouls ; Spoprt-Ehrungen ; sports audience, sports spectator ; sports facilities ; Animals (except dogs) ; Cultural events ; Athletics, jogging, fun run ; greyhound racing ; Science ; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen ; Jobs ; Astrology ; Anniversaries, Jubilees, birthdays ; German 99.169 weekly show GmbH: ; Sports honors ; aftermath of war
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