01 streiflichter from Germany a. Berlin: electoral of magistrate conventioneers in the town house in the election of the Berlin Municipal Council, total. Hilde Körber, the Councilor, half-close. Berliner Bär at the front of the Hall. MPs raise arms in vote. Among those present Luise Schröder, total. The elected Lord Mayor Dr. Ostrowski puts on glasses and speaking, total (no interview), present gossip.
(26 m) b. Ahrensburg: head go down to the bog archaeological man. Soil is investigated. Finds in the Museum of prehistoric antiquities in Kiel. Man considered findings with magnifying glass. Idol (15,000 years old). Two spearheads. Man sits in front of microscope. Enlarged: pollen.
(28 m) c. Berlin: Judith Anderson to visit Judith Anderson, big, in the conversation at the table sitting with the head of the American news control. At the Press Club in conversation with Käthe Dorsch, Eric Clark, Director of film, theatre, music and Paul Bildt, half-close.
(20 m) d. Lübeck: Holy Spirit hospital as nursing home the Holy Spirit hospital, total. Old people go to the hospital. Small spaces in the nave. Old woman makes her bed. The postman brings the mail. Old men and women in the cooking. Man rings a little bell. Crucifix on the wall. Old woman hangs on her door Board: am not here. Knit community room, women, men read.
(30 m) e. Berlin: children's book exhibition clapping audience, half close, at opening of the exhibition. Wigwam as a cashier. Children pay admission. The exhibition space. Mural: Struwelpeter and Max and Moritz. Books in the exhibition: Struwelpeter, Max and Moritz, Alice in Wonderland, Dr. Doolittle. Little girl opens book from the gingerbread house and witch plastic rise. Exhibition of children's drawings. Image: refugee trek with font: "Where are we To find a new home?" Children in the reading room while listening to a storyteller, half-close.
(35 m) 02. Augsburg: Messerschmidt - works repair cars and produce milk churns the ruined halls of Messerschmidt plant in Augsburg. Aircraft destroyed with swastika on the rear wing. Workers clean bricks. Workers in reconstruction work. Workers at the repair of vehicles. Welder with mask. Engine is repaired. Man pulls car for agriculture. Two horses pulling the wagon. Machine presses plate. Worker exchanges milk jug in bath. Milk jugs ride on trucks. Workers pile on each other milk cans.
(54 m) 03 pictures from around the world as United States: prefabricated wooden house depends on crane. Homes are transported on special vehicle. The houses are fixed on the spot. Two men wear wardrobe in the House. Men wear window panes. Window has to be pushed.
(23 m) b. China: reconstruction of the dams on the Yangtze River aerial view of the Yangtze River. Rammaschine. Chinese in building the dams. Chinese bear rocks on the shoulders. Chinese approaching Earth on carts.
(24 m) c. Australia: examination of Mastiff Shepherd dogs to a leash. Sheep run across the meadow. The dog is driving the sheep in a corral. Dog driving geese in a small Corral.
(24 m) d. England: new dressmaker forms hat on the head of mannequins and catches in last spring him. Hat presentation: Hat made of striped fabric with a bow. Black cap made of velvet with feathers. Hat with ostrich feathers.
(29 m 04) Vienna: Ballet School (the Vienna Opera??) 4 little girls on the training wall. Student exercises before mirror. Training the older students and the master class. Dance performance.
01 streiflichter from Germany: a. Berlin magistrate In the large conference room of the new town house in Berlin was the choice and commitment of the new Berlin magistrate Instead of. See the Councilor the actress Hilde Körber.
The Mayor of Berlin was elected with the votes of all four groups Dr. Ostrowski.
Under the three mayors a woman: Ms Luise Schröder.
In his inaugural speech, the new Lord Mayor Dr. Ostrowski explained: the new Constitution is aimed to restore political freedom and to entrust it to the Berlin population.
In his closing remarks, Dr. Ostrowski is known as a passionate advocate of freedom and independence, and of the physical inviolability of the individual.
b. Fund in the bog in a bog in Ahrensburg in North Germany, peat workers encountered a site of prehistoric remains. Several thousand stone tools were found, also arrowheads, skeletons of racing animals and other items, some up to 20,000 years old.
The sensational finds are among the oldest in Europe. They came to the Museum of prehistoric antiquities in Kiel.
The scientists hope that these and other peat works will lead to the discovery of another prehistoric treasures. A 15,000-year-old idol.
And here in the magnification of pollen... ten thousand years pollen from the history of the world.
c. Judith Anderson in Berlin in Berlin met the great actress Judith Anderson for a short visit.
General Mc Clure, the Chief of the American news control for Germany, in an interview with the actress. Then, with Käthe, Judith Anderson in the American Press Club in Zehlendorf met cod.
With: Eric Clark, the head of the Department of film, theatre, music and Paul Bildt. One of the main reasons for visiting Berlin Judith Andersons was the desire to become acquainted with her large German colleague, in the Berlin staging of the piece: "A family" played the same role, embodied the Judith Anderson at the American premiere.
d. nearly 700 years ago, Holy Spirit hospital, Lübeck in Lübeck built a charitable foundation of the Councillors in the Hospital of the Holy Ghost. Today, the Foundation serves as a nursing home.
The old people are housed in 140 small and homely equipped rooms in the nave. The day has its fixed Division: putting his room in order, the postman brings the mail, you visited In the morning on a chat, cooking together and eating lunch together.
Then separate the interests - a 92-year-old Gets an afternoon visit, while a 95 year old prefers the cinema. War and post-war chaos have barely touched the peaceful community of old people. Time stands still... and protect their retirement years.
the international book exhibition opened e. youth book exhibition, Berlin in Berlin. Hiking the show has already been shown in Frankfurt, Munich and Stuttgart. It includes contributions from 12 countries.
The children To find here a rendezvous of all known figures in children's literature - by Pinoccio to Gulliver and the steadfast Tin soldier to the immortal characters of fairy tales by Grimm and Bechstein.
And Of course Struwelpeter and Max and Moritz.
A small miracle: the crisp House of Hansel and Gretel is growing from the book pages.
In addition, children's drawings are exhibited which mirror fate and scenery of our time to the part.
And in the reading room the fairytale aunt tells the smallest the most beautiful children's stories.
b. Yellow River, about the rise of the Japanese to stop China, the Chinese had blown up the embankments of the Yangtze Kiang eight years ago. Vast areas of fertile land had been flooded. Now go to and again stemming the uncontrolled flood.
Ten thousand Chinese people are employed at the regulatory work. Modern technology and age-old practices stand side by side – it applies to force the Yellow River, China's most powerful current, back in his old bed. The goal must be reached soon, because the flooded land is lost the diet.
Hundreds of thousands of tons of rice and wheat to be harvested each year on the reclaimed ground - much needed food for millions of Chinese.
04. Messerschmidt repaired cars delivers milk jugs sixty percent of earlier Messerschmidt works in Augsburg, who once built fighter planes, were destroyed in the war. But anywhere on the bombed-out factory site reconstruction is progressing. 1,200 workers are active at the time here. You constructed a brick shine to accelerate reconstruction. Seventy-five percent of the original building blocks can be used again.
The Messerschmidt factory are allocated to individual private entrepreneurs. This company here began building the Hall completely destroyed a year ago 13. Today, engines specialists repair many vehicles battered some of the.
Automobiles from almost every country on earth went through this repair site - 58 different types of cars have been repaired so far.
From existing resources of aircraft production the same manufactures everywhere usable vehicles - car for the needs of agriculture - stable and yet Very much light built. The chassis is designed so that the loading surface remains always horizontal. Another company has contracted to produce 250,000 Essgeschirren by the High Commissioner for refugees for Bavaria.
Also making, furniture and building hardware such as door handles, window handles, and so on. The production programme are also cooking pots and milk jugs. In seven steps, milk jugs emerge from deep-drawing sheets.
The factory supplies now monthly 15,000 milk jugs for the needs of dairies and farms. Messerschmidt - once the epitome of warlike armour - is the quality concept for peaceful use items.
03. images from all over the world: a. homes move to United States if the residents cannot come to the House, then the House comes to residents - at least in America in the State of Oklahoma.
There, a factory has given their war-dismissed workers own houses. These houses served until now as office space – now they 300 kilometers on special cars marketed in the vicinity of the factory, so the new homeowner can come to the job easily and quickly.
One-way traffic on the route was a day for the move.
Mobile homes - the dream of the future. You live where you don't want to just live. And during the procession, complete with home and hearth, it just means: all aboard!
(c). Dogs herding sheep, Australia master test of herd dogs in Australia. This evaluates the intelligence points: winner stays, who drives his flock as soon as possible in the temporarily built barn.
The agreement between Lord and dog is excellent. A hint is sufficient.
The four-legged friend proved to be also learned goose girl.
The chatter of the protest is great, but he passes the Bill and's going forward without stepping, single - file March.
And now into - in the pan... Excuse me, in the stable. Clean work. You can see: the dog is trained on the goose.
d. hat in five minutes, England a London fashion school showed at a screening of her best students, as you can conjure up a distinctive hat with little time and even less substance.
The ingredients: some felt, A few feathers, a few fashionable trifles and - A lot of imagination.
And just five minutes each candidate stood for the creation of his art. Short-lived hats for a fast time.
05. young on the Fusspitze of the Opera lies in ashes - but the Opera Ballet lives and works - trained and learns.
Here is the "Taferlklasse" of the Ballet. 6 to 10 year old girls and boys, the so-called "frogs". You practice the 5 positions, which constitute the basic element of the art of Ballet. Like before them countless generations of dance, so must master the difficult stretch and stretching completely also. The bar is rubbed bare by the handles of many future ballerinas...
Mirror, mirror on the wall... it serves the control of every movement, because the second course, the 10 to 17 years old, know only a rallying cry: work, training... Many in the course of the studies must excrete again by the children of the first course. Only the most talented come about eight in the Opera Ballet - forty.
A third course brings the graduation of dance. The "frogs" of the Taferlklasse Veglia and eleven have become - the pupil of the master class.
The difficulties of the continuation of the ballet after the war were great. Was moved five times before the right samples Hall was found - lack of clothes and ballet shoes... but Vienna dance talent works - and the pirouettes swirl back in the high school of Ballet.
01. Highlights from Germany:
a. Berlin Town Council
The Session Chamber of the new Berlin City Hall was the scene of the election and installation in office of the new Berlin Town Councillors. One of the aldermen is actress Hilde Körber.
Dr. Ostrowsky became Chief Burgomaster, elected by all four factions.
In his inaugural speech Dr. Ostrowsky said that the new constitution will again political freedom for the population of Berlin.
In his final words Dr. Ostrowsky stressed individual freedom and independence.
b. Discovery in the Swamps
In a swamp near Ahrensberg, North Germany, peat-cutters found prehistoric remains. Several thousand stone instruments were found - as well as arrow-tips. skeletons of reindeer and household implements - some of them 20.000 years old. These sensational finds are among the most ancient in Europe. The findings were put into the Prehistoric Museum in Kiel. The scientist hope that these and other peat-cutting operations will uncover still more prehistoric treasures.
A 15.000 year old idol ... 2 speer-tips ... and here under the microscope, pollen ... 10.000 years old pollen from the prehistoric world.
c. Judith Anderson in Berlin
The famous American actress, Judith Anderson, arrived in Berlin for a short visit. General Mc Clure, Chief of the US. Information Control Division in Germany, chats with the actress. Then Judith Anderson met Käthe Dorsch in the American Press Club in Zehlendorf. With them are: Mr. Eric Clark, Director of Film Theater and Music Control, and Paul Bildt.
Judith Anderson came to Berlin to become acquainted with her great German collegue, who just played the same part in "A Family" which Judith Anderson played on the American stage in 1939.
d. Holy Ghost Hospital, Lübeck
Almost 700 years ago the Lübeck aldermen established a charitable institution in the Holy Ghost Hospital. Today the institution became a home for the aged. The people are housed in 140 small, neat rooms in the nave. The day has a regular program: They have to put their rooms in order, the postman brings mail, the people go to see each other for a chat in the morning, they cook and dine together. Then everybody goes his own way - a 92 years old grandma prefers a feature picture.
War and postwar disorders left the quiet community almost untouched. Here time stands still ... and protects the evening of life.
e. Youth-book exhibition, Berlin
In Berlin the international youth-book exhibition was opened. This book-show has already been exhibited in Frankfurt, Munich and Stuttgart and contains youth literature from 12 countries. Here the kids find all the known fairy tale favourites of the world - from Pinoccio to Gulliver and from the brave tin soldier to the unforgettable figures of Grimm and Bechstein fairy-tales.
And - of course - Struwelpeter and Max and Moritz.
A little miracle: Hänsel and Gretel's house emerges from the book pages.
Children's sketches are shown, demonstrating the scenes of our times. A kind lady tells the little one fairy stories in the reading room.
02. Messerschmidt repairs motor-cars, manufactures milch-cans
60% of the former Messerschmidt plant in Augsburg which produced fighters suffered from war damage. But everywhere on the devasted lot of the factory reconstruction work is in progress.
At present 1200 workers are re-employed. They built a brick-cleaner to hurry up rebuilding 70% of the old bricks can be used again.
The Messerschmidt plant was divided into many units. This firm began one year ago with 13 workers to reconstruct the damaged halls.
To-day motor-specialists repair many almost unusable vehicles. Many spare parts have to be made in the factory. Motor-cars from almost all countries go through this repair-shop ... 58 different types of vehicles.
Raw material from plane production. The same plant makes carriages for farmers - always useful vehicles - which can be drawn by one man if necessary. The chassis is constructed in such a way that the loading surface is always horizontal. Another factory has received on order from the Bavarian Refugee Commissioner for 250.000 dinner-services. The factory also produces 15.000 milk-cans a month for the dairies and farms.
Messerschmidt - which once meant armament - now means household goods.
03. News flashes from everywhere:
a. Moving houses, USA
If people cannot come to a house - then the house comes to them - at least in America, in the State of Oklahoma. There workers coming back from the Army were given houses by a factory. Formerly these houses were used as office-buildings --- now they are transported 300 kms away to the vicinity of the factory, so that the new proprietors can get quickly to their work.
Transportable houses - the dream of the future. You can live just were you want to.
b. Yellow river
In order to stop the advance of the Japanese troops, the Chinese blew up the Yangtse-Kiang dykes eight years ago.
Immense areas of fertile land were flooded. Now the floods are being put under control again. Tens of thousands of Chinese toil in the regulating works. Modern equipment and ancient methods are combined to force China's Yellow River back to its former bed.
The task must be completed soon for the flooded fields are badly wanted for cultivation.
Hundred of thousands of tons of rice can be grown every year on the regained fields - important food for millions of Chinese.
c. Dogs tend sheep
In Australia sheep dogs are given a champion test. Their intelligence is scored: the winner is the dog who brings his sheep into the make-shift stall in faste+ time. The understanding between dogs and owners is extraordinary: a sign does it all.
The dogs are also good geese-guards. The protesting cackle is loud, but the dog does not mind, and off they go in single file to their pen.
A good job.
You see: the dog is trained to handle geese.
d. 5-minutes-hats, England
Pupils of a fashion school in London show how to create a nice hat within a short time and with every little material. A little piece of felt, some feathers and a few additionals is all that you need ... and plenty of imagination.
Each producer had exactly 5 minutes for her task. Quick hats for a hurried era.
04. Ballet dancers of the future
The Viennese Opera House is destroyed - but the ballet survived. Here, the "Taferl" class, 7 to 10 year old boys and girls, the so-called "frogs". They practise the five classic positions, the basic element of the ballet. As they did for innumerable dance-generations, they have to practise the severe exercises.
The mirror on the wall controls each move, for the second class --- the 10 to 17 year old pupils have a single task: toiling and training ...
Many of the 1st class children fall by the way side, as only the most gifted can join the Opera ballet - about 8 out of 40 competitors.
The 3rd class brings the finish of study. The "frogs" of the 1st class became master-pupils of the master class. It was hard to carry on with the ballet under post-war conditions: they had to move for 5 times until the right rehearsal hall was found - there was a lack of clothes and shoes ... but Vienna's dancers of the future work and whirl in the pirouette.
Persons in the Film
Anderson, Judith ; Bildt, Paul ; Clark, Eric ; Dorsch, Käthe ; Körber, Hilde ; MacClure, Robert ; Ostrowski ; Schröder, Luise
Ahrensburg ; Augsburg ; China ; Berlin ; Lübeck ; United States ; Vienna ; England
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