1 Berlin: Before the winter bags are loaded on trucks. Loaded meat from refrigerator. Cabbages on trucks. People get coal at the dealer with cart. Bags are loaded from wagons. Men drive boxes on carts. Care packages are part of a freight train. Care packages are loaded on trucks. Women sit on assembly line and packaged sweets for children. Men in the construction of Nissen huts. Nissen, total.
(54 m) 02. New York: the meeting of the United Nations delegates drive through the city to the Town Hall. In the first car Secretary General Trygve Lie and the President of the Assembly of Paul Henry Spaak sit, totally. Waving in the second car, total, the Russian main delegate Molotov and Wischinsky. The motorcade, total. Delegates on the balcony of the Town Hall, including Molotov, totally. Assembly Hall on the site of the World Expo. Various delegates upon arrival. US Secretary of State Byrnes climbs out of his car and goes to the building, totally. Eleanor Roosevelt on arrival. Molotov and Wischinsky. President Truman and wife upon arrival. The meeting room, inside. The delegates rise, total. Truman at the opening speech, half-close. Delegates applaud total.
(51 m) 03. streiflichter from Germany (107 m) a. Bavaria: potato action crew vehicles. Bauer leads a cow from a wagon. Potatoes are dug from farm wagons on truck. Cow stands next to U.S. trucks. Major General Magruder, Chief of transportation. The trucks drive the potatoes after Munich.
(25 m) b. Berlin: rubber sole making men rolling rubber wheels. Rubber wheels and rubber soles are processed in a factory in Berlin Gatow. Machine disassembled aircraft tyres. Workers and workers when cutting out soles of gun strips. Cut rubber heel.
(26 m) c. Lauterbach: fashion show mannequin with make-up. Mannequin puts on hat and binds veil in front of the face. Mannequins walk down the stairs. Presentation: Costume, old-fashioned hat and bag. Band playing. Coat, afternoon dress with applications stitched-on. Dress with sleeveless denim jacket. Clapping audience.
(29 m) d. Augsburg: training of police dogs, police officers with dogs on a leash in a series. Shepherd, great. Dog jumps over the barrier wall. Dog at work on the man, totally. Dog bites in the sleeve of the man. Dog hangs on floor, carry two police officers between them. Viewers behind barrier with Terriers. Dog climbs ladder. Terrier, great. Again, the dog go down head.
(27 m) 04. search engine for children and parents woman goes into space with font: "Red Cross search service". Sisters at the desk next to file. Sisters search in list boxes. Children in the home. Doctor examines boys. Boy on the scale. Children will receive cups with milk. Children at play at tables. Baby in the playpen. Children eat at the table with family, which have recorded. Boy on the farm helps when cutting. (54 m) 5th original from all over the world (80 m) a. trotting home machine in Florida start with a main machine and races.
(11 m) b. Gallopers in Canada with official helicopter the official sitting in a helicopter, which floats above the track.
(6 m) c. Australia: 3 year old boy swims and jumps from Springboard little boy jumps backward from the springboard. He makes head jump higher springboard. He swims.
(9 m) d. Texas Rodeo cowboys on wild jumping horses. Cowboy falling down. Cowboys on Bulls. The bull throws himself on the ground and throws off the tab. Clown on Bull.
(23 m) e. Mexico fishing with bait attached to the parachute angler bait attached to parachute onto the water, can. Angel in the hand of the anglers, large, will be turned back. Pike will be on leash.
(16 m) f. pig-Wettschwimmen pigs in the swimming competition. Pork with wreath.
1 Berlin: Winter Berlin is gearing up for the winter. As far as possible, the people themselves will help himself, but in many areas, it relies on the use of the occupying forces and supplies from abroad. The problem of food supply is paramount. Get regular shipments of Canadian wheat on the land and waterways. Refrigerated railroad cars bring meat from the other zones, also vegetables from Holland arrives.
One of the most difficult problems is the procurement of fuel. Try by all means to ensure at least the most urgent requirements.
Help is coming from abroad. Donations to the Red Cross from Ireland and of Switzerland in the form of condensed milk and other high-quality foods. Monthly run two or three trains from the Switzerland with food, medicine and clothing for children, sick and old people.
Care packages from America. Until end of October 17,000 of these packages in Berlin were issued - up Christmas 10,000 packages should arrive even a week - a contribution to the relief of suffering.
English army food is sorted. The Becker bites are distributed this winter to Berlin children.
British army barracks, so-called "Nissen huts", be raised for homeless Berlin. Other assistance measures are in preparation, partly in implementation. And each has 2 New York as a factor more to alleviate the distress of winter in Berlin: the meeting of the United Nations the United Nations meeting for the first time in New York. The delegates on the ride through the city to the Town Hall. First car: Trygve Lie, the General Secretary, and Paul Henri Spaak, the President of the General Assembly.
In the second car: the Russian main delegates Molotov and Wischinsky.
New York City Hall representatives of the city welcome the participants of the General Assembly. And here the venue: the Assembly Hall on the site of the world's fair of 1939 arrival of the delegates. The American Secretary of State Byrnes.
Mrs. Roosevelt, the widow of the late President. The Soviet Foreign Minister Molotow and the Soviet delegate Wischinsky.
President Truman and wife.
In his opening speech to the General Assembly, President Truman welcomed the delegates of 51 Nations.
Meanwhile, the United Nations General Assembly has concluded the general debate. The practical work is the individual committees. They included decisions on the admission of new Member States on issues of disarmament and the refugees all over the world.
03. streiflichter from Germany: potato action, Bayern says Frost: danger for the potatoes.
And frozen potatoes are a heavy loss for the diet. Before intrusion of stronger Frost, so the American military Government was trucks for the transport of potatoes available.
Potatoes on American trucks are loaded in Parsdorf from Munich.
General Mayor Magruder, the head of the Department of transportation, and other high officers of the military Government in the potato action.
Truck on truck rolls a total 3,000 quintals to Munich - potatoes. An important contribution to the difficult problem of the urban supply.
b. rubber sole making Berlin old tires of guns, planes, and automobiles are recycled to now practical. This factory in Berlin-Gatow, E.g. processing rubber soles and heels.
The wheels of the war machine to become useful tools of peaceful everyday life.
Here, aircraft tyres are sawn and sliced. This machine splits the rubber gun tyres into rubber plates, from which the soles are stamped. The remains are not worthless, because even rubber heels also made them.
This is a factory - 15,000 pair of soles and heels - current month performance is to be increased soon to double.
c. fashion show, Lauterbach Lauterbach to Fulda found Instead of a truly modern fashion show, where several textile companies of Hesse showed her new fashion creations. Because models every luxury and boondoggle avoided was contemporary - in favour of a practical, modern, bourgeois taste.
For example: this coat - flattering for each wearer (and their companions).
Am distinctive afternoon dress...
The cute show Instead of found in the Municipal Museum of Lauterbach - so each model is a museum piece. And The best of it: the shown things are intended not only for export but also for the German demand.
d. the Bavarian State police performed their service dogs police dogs, Augsburg in Augsburg. German shepherds, Rottweilers, and Giant Schnauzer show what's new in the field of dog training. Work on the man: during the training, the subject carries a padded sleeve of giants like a modern Götz von Berlichingen.
With sharp teeth, the dogs go the break to tackle. This black Schnauzer holding to the bar. A number of tooth force powered by paw.
And here the four-legged detective goes a criminals on the roof! One of the most difficult feats of dog training.
Back, it is even more difficult, but also it is managed. The police dog Academy master class passed the maturity examination with gloss and barking.
04 parents today are looking for-search engine for kids and parents everywhere in Germany their children, children of their parents. War and post-war turmoil caused these unnatural separation of large and small family members who seek now to To find. The search service of the Red Cross has helped thousands to the reunification in connection with press, radio and charitable associations. The two main search service offices in Hamburg and Munich. Here converge the ads of the parents and the registration of children looked after by the Red Cross.
A part of more orphaned children is housed in homes, as shown here in a former "the SS Lebensborn". The 260 inmates - orphans, partly boulders of war - be well looked after by sisters and supplies. Doctors regularly check their State of health.
Still, members are sought for 30,000 children. A large part of the children through the search service finds recording with families, especially in the countryside. By playing, teaching, and cooperation in home and justice, they forget the sad lot of her youth.
About 100 children To find back her parents weekly by the mediation service of the Red Cross. Thousands still waiting. And each dreams of the day and the hour of reunion.
05. original from all over the world an original of the turf: mechanized start - the latest in the trotting races in Florida. The start machine looks like a giant pacemaker, ensures smooth start and prevent cheating by horse or rider. And after the flight from the stack, opens the whole apparatus and of leaving the field - the field.
Mechanized official - a new idea in Canadian racing.
The helicopter hovers over the racetrack and the flying referee sees the jockeys on the finger and the NAGs on the nose lengths, with which they win baken anntlich.
Original in springboard: three cheese Danny Robertson from Sidney jumps high and three years old, already the largest... in the wet element. Pike jump, somersault, and screw - are the ABC of the school of life for him - the whole life is a single pool for him. Original of the Prairie: If the Cowboys from Texas To want relax time, then they ride wild horses. So where do I start, fresh from the Prairie, has his own views about dressage. But mostly manages the feat: the horse performing its rider. One makes it with buck jumps with rhythmic twitches and the third is doing so, as if it was loaded with power. For a change: (or rather - seconds) on a bareback Bull. He offers a broader basis, but develops a greater momentum. The riders sometimes don't know whether he's sitting on a cattle or on a compressed air drill. The action itself remains the same: lots of dust from the cowboy is as quickly as possible.
Original from fishing: in Mexico the fish are smart, but anglers still smarter. When the Pike off the shore, then the fisherman must strive just to the Pike. In other words: he sends him the bait by air mail. A balloon is also the fat bite on the sea and a parachute can be discreetly slip him on the water surface. There - the gewiegte Pike knows nothing of the human ingenuity. Until, too late, he finds out that the thing has a hook.
Original of the bristle livestock: pigs can swim? A scientist says 'no' and a dozen pigs said: "yet". On their ham, they slip into the circuit. An exciting race unravels – the participants lie snout to snout.
Hey differently around you pig! The ice legs spin just so. Now it's the sausage! The bristles - excuse me - buck viewers the hair. But the victory is the favourite to take No more! Ink and laurel wreath for the winner in the pig Derby. She won with a length of pork rinds. You have to have pig!
Preparations for winter
Berlin prepares for the winter. So far as possible people help themselves but on many sectors they depend on the assistance of the occupation powers and foreign supplies. Biggest problem is the food-supply.
Supplies of Canadian wheat arrive regularly by road, track and waterways. Refrigerator cars bring meat from the western zones.
Vegetables arrive from Holland.
Fuel is one of the most difficult problems. Everything is [...]one to obtain and bring in the most urgently needed minimum supply.
Also from other parts help arrives.
Donations of the Red Cross in Ireland and Switzerland - condensed milk and other highgrade foodstuffs.
Everymonth two or three trains carrying foddstuff. medical supplies and clothing for children, sick and old people arrive from Switzerland.
British army foodstuffs are sorted. The delicacies will be distributed during the winter among Berlin children.
CARE parcels from America. Up to October 17.000 of these parcels have been distributed in Berlin - and till Christmas 10.000 full parcels will arrive each week - a further contribution to ease the distress.
British army barracks, so-called "Nissen-huts", are erected for homeless Berliners. 4 to 5 persons can be housed in such a shelter.
Other measures of relief are already in preparation, or in execution. Each of these measures is one more factor contributing to ease the hardships of the Berlin winter.
02. New York:
Conference of United Nations
The U.N. meet in New York for the first time.
The delegates on their way through the town to the town-hall. In the first car: Trygve Lie, secretary general and Paul Henri Spaak, president of the plenary assembly. In the second car: the Russian chief delegates Molotov, Vishinski and Gromikov.
Are the town-hall of New York, representatives of the town welcome the participants of the plenary assembly. The site of the conference: The conference hall of the 1939 World Fair area.
The delegates arrive: Soviet Foreign Minister Molotov and Soviet Delegate Vishinski.
American Secretary of State Byrnes.
The late President Roosevelt's widow.
In his opening speech before the full assembly President Truman welcomes the delegates of 51 nations.
Meanwhile the meeting of the U.N. has finished the general deliberations. The practical work has been turned over to the various committees. They made resolutions concerning to the admission of new members, international questions of disarmament and the world-wide problem of refugees.
03. German spotlights
a. Potato action, Bavaria
Frost means: Potatoes in danger.
Frozen potatoes are a serious loss to nutrition.
Before hard frost sets in the Transportation Section of American Military Government supplies trucks for the transport of potatoes.
At Parsdorf near Munich potatoes are loaded on American trucks.
Major General Magruder and other high-ranking officers of Military Government watch the potato action.
One truck after another starts for Munich - a total of 3.000 cwts. of potatoes. An important contribution to the difficult problem of big town supply.
b. Production of rubber soles, Berlin
This factory at Berlin-Gatow makes rubber soles from old automobile-, airplane-, and gun tires. Thus the wheels of the war machine become useful accessories of peaceful every-day-life.
Airplane tires are sawn up and cut to pieces.
This machine splits the solid rubber of gun tires into rubber plates, from which the soles are stamped.
The left-overs are not waste because they are utilized for rubber heels.
The present monthly production of this one factory - 15.000 pairs of soles and heels - will soon be doubled.
c. Fashion show, Lauterbach
At Lauterbach near Fulda a topical fashion show displayed the latest models of Hesse textile manufacturers Topical - because these models were free of all luxury and flippancy - in favour of a practical, plain modern style.
For instance, this overcoat ... flattering for every wearer (and her companion).
A charming afternoon frock ...
This show takes place in the Municipal Museum of Lauterbach - thus every model becomes a museum piece! And best of all: the models are not only for export but also for the German market.
d. Police dogs, Augsburg
In Augsburg the Bavarian rural police presents its service dogs. Alsatians, Rottweiler and Riesenschnauzer demonstrate the latest developments in dog training. Tackling a man: for this job the trial person has an enormous wadded sleeve like a modern Götz von Berlichingen.
But even the criminal's cudgel cannot frighten the dogs.
They are literally blow - and stab proof.
With sharp teeth they attack the fugitive.
The muster-pupil climbing a ladder.
One of dog-training's most difficult achievements.
The return trip is still more difficult, but this, too, is managed.
The master class of the police dog academy brilliantly passes the final test.
04. Search activity for children and parents
Everywhere in Germany nowadays parents seek their children, children their parents. War- and postwar troubles caused this forced separation of young and old family members, who now are trying to find each other again. The Red Cross Seach Service has helped to reunite thousands of people but some 30.000 children still seek their parents.
The two central offices of the Search Service are located in Hamburg and Munich. Here the search requests of parents and the records of children, cared for by the Red Cross, converge.
What happens meanwhile to the orphaned children? Part of them are housed in homes as in this former SS rest centre". The 260 inmates - partly orphans, partly war foundlings - are well cared for and attended by nurses.
Doctors make regular examinations of their state of health.
Many of the children, by agency of the Search Service, find a home with a family, especially on the land.
Games, education and help in farmwork and household make them forget the sad fate of their youth.
About 100 children a week find their parents again through the Red Cross Search Service. 30.000 more wait still. And everyone dreams of the day and hour of such a reunion.
05. Oddities from all over the world
Oddity on the turf: mechanized start - the most recent innovation at the trotting races in Florida. The machine looks like a giant pace-maker, secures a simultaneous start and prevents cheating by horse or rider. And after having smoothly started the whole flock, the apparatus disappears and leaves the track to the competitors.
Mechanized racing steward - a new idea used on the Canadian turf. The helicopter hovers over the finish-straight and the flying referee watches the jockeys closely and observes the horses' noses, with which they customarily win the race.
Oddity of the diving board: Tiny three year old Danny Robertson from Sydney is already an accomplished diver. Header, salto, screw - are his ABC of growing up and to him the whole world is just a splash-basin.
Oddity of the prairie: If the Texan cowboy want to relax, they arrange a rodeo and break in wild horses. Such a mustang, coming directly from the prairie, has its own ideas about taming and breaking in - but generally the trick works: the horse breaks in its rider. One triesit with rough capers, another with rhythmic convulsions, and the third seems to be charged with high power current.
For a change: Riding lessons (or rather - seconds) on the back of unsaddled bulls. This animal offers a broader basis but in return develops a bigger centrifugal power. Sometimes the rider does not know whether he is mounted on a bull or a pressed-air hammer.
Oddity of angling: In Mexico, fishes are cunning but anglers beat them at their own game. If the pike does not come to the shore, well, the angler has to go to the pike. That means: he sends him the bait by airmail. A balloon carries the fat bait over the ocean and a parachute takes it gently to the surface of the water. There the shrewd pike has not the slightest idea of human ruses - until it finds out - too late - that there is a hitchin the business.
Oddity of pig: Are pigs able to swim? A scientist said "No" and a dozen pigs squealed "Yes". And they prove it in a swimming contest by a pig breeder in Brazil. Here the starting machine is a chute - on which they glide "per ham" to the race track. An exciting race develops - the contestants fight snout to snout - hey, silly pig, the other way round! - the pig's knuckles whirl around, but the favourite's victory is already assured.
Flourished and laurels for "Rose from the South", winner of the pigs' derby.
Persons in the Film
Byrnes, James ; Lie, Trygve ; Magruder ; Molotow, Andrej Wjadscheslaw ; Roosevelt, Franklin Delano ; Spaak, Paul Henry ; Truman, Harry ; Wyschinsky
Florida ; Canada ; Australia ; Berlin ; Munich ; Mexico ; British zone ; Lauterbach ; Augsburg ; Texas ; New York ; Bavaria
Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Misery ; Trade, finance ; Dogs ; Industry ; Children ; fishing ; Police ; Horse riding, horse racing (without harness) ; Rodeo ; beauty care ; sports audience, sports spectator ; Search ; Animals (except dogs) ; harness racing ; diving ; UN ; Economy ; Welfare, aid agencies, care ; Home ; Listener ; Fashion ; construction ; Entertainment, festivals ; Crew ; Dogs ; Industrial ; aftermath of war
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