1 Munich: Company Rodenstock, 5 million glasses a year writing Rodenstock in the House. Workers at the Workbench in eyewear manufacturing. Cutting of glass. Plaster the glasses with coal pitch. Grinding and polishing of lenses. The cut and polished glass is broken out. Workers at the stamping of the versions. Inserting the lenses in frames. Woman at packing of glasses.
(47 m) 02 Nicaragua: the Jet trainer in the goldfields aerial view of the gold rush town of Siuna. Loading of goods in aircraft. Start a propeller aircraft with additional jet propulsion. Aerial view of the site. Landing and restart of the aircraft.
(39 m) 03. Stuttgart: the verdict in the k - process U.S. military judge sit, half-close. The verdict against 11 bombers saying Chambers in Stuttgart and surroundings is spoken. Chief Judge Herro read the judgment, half-close. Main culprit of Siegfried k, is 23 years old, to the death sentenced by the strand. Original sound. Siegfried Kabus, great. Frederick Engelhardt, 57 years, large, prison gets 15 years. Defendants come forward and hear judgment. Two teenagers left the Court building.
(40 m) 04. personalities of the day a. Sir Sholto Douglas visited Hansa Colliery in Dortmund Air Marshal Sir Sholto Douglas visited the Hansa Colliery in Dortmund, great. Construction site with mountain homes. Cars with UK stander.
(22 m) b. Lieutenant-General Geoffrey Keyes is Commander in Chief of the American armed forces in Austria train station in Vienna. 15s presents. General Keyes leaves the train, close-up of Geoffrey Keyes. Keyes greets that took troops. He climbs cars.
(16 m) c. field marshal of Smuts in Athens and return to South Africa, Smuts in Athens. Immediately, totally. Greek soldiers in period uniforms, great. Smuts along with Crown Prince Paul and Princess Friederike, total. Aircraft on the airfield in South Africa. Smuts greets his wife at the airport with Kiss, totally. Government building Pretoria, total. Smuts, tall, speaks sitting at the desk.
(33 m) 5th Kurt Spitzing variety school, Berlin: Codonas of children's future hit wheel and do a Handstand. Children make gymnastic exercises on the ground. Loosening and agility exercises of the children. Little girl at the gymnastics rings. Girl makes Handstand. Girl does a Handstand on the arm of the teacher. Hitting cyclists on a band without using the arms.
(39 m) 06 pictures from all over the world a. England. Plane crash plane is located on houses roof.
(17 m) b. Indian wedding the groom moves in a horse-drawn carriage, accompanied by Lance cavalry and marching soldiers. Parade of wedding gifts, in the hands of Indians held up. Wedding party. Indian Princes. Dancers. Wedding guests. Groom on throne.
(28 m) c. Gmunden: Allgäu: hunchback run run men with hoods, which represent the constellations through the village.
(13 m) 07 sport a. Munich: football Munich 1860-1. FC Nürnberg 0:0 football game ranked snowman. Media in the stadium, total. Game scenes before the Münchner Tor. Spectators, half-close. Nuremberg's goalkeeper Lindner holding a ball. Munich player shoots with overhead kick. Viewers kneel at the edge of the playing field.
(30 m) b. Hamburg: box to the German Middleweight Championship - Dieter Hucks, Homberg, beating Gustav Eder, Berlin, K.O.
The Boxer in the ring corner. Gong. Boxer in the 1st round, feel himself. Shock Exchange, half-close. Viewers with binoculars, large. Dieter Hucks lands hits on the Chin of the opponent. Eder goes down. Referee Pippow counts out Gustav Eder. Total viewers. Gustav Eder led to his corner and attracts bathrobe, total. Dieter Hucks with wreath, large.
1st 5 million glasses a year who is a glasses wearing - or needs - knows the name of Rodenstock. Today more than ever. Because the company must deny a far larger part of the entire German glasses demand today than in earlier times.
1,200 workers currently produce five million glasses in the two plants in Munich and the Bavarian Forest rain – about 35% of the total demand in Germany are covered.
After cutting the Einkitten of the unprocessed glasses with coal pitch.
Then the grinding and polishing.
The center of the glass is determined with the finest instruments.
The ground and polished glasses are broken out.
Stamping of frames for eyeglasses and finally insert the glass into the frame.
The finished eyewear - a quality product of precision and durability.
Deliveries to customers is done by an optician, each receiving a monthly quota.
02. Nicaragua: The Jet trainer in the gold fields of South America's largest gold rush town Siuna is one of the most advanced cities of the world at the same time. All technical systems, all machines have been linked to aircraft in this remote corner of Nicaragua. Every screw, every nail is air Postgut, all houses were supplied from the air, so to speak,- and so it is today with the supply: every gram food flies the inhabitants in the pantry. Hundreds of miles away are loaded the goods destined for Siuna - plane aircraft takes off, because 6,000 people To want to be supplied.
An additional Jet Propulsion serves as a starter, because the airfields in the rugged mountainous country have only short focal roads.
And here landing on the airfield in Siuna. The supply air is worth: the machines land on Golden ground - un often start with Golden load.
03. Stuttgart: The verdict in the Evans process in Stuttgart wrote the decision against the eleven bombers on the casting chambers of Stuttgart and surrounding an American military court.
The process had pointed the poisoning of a generation with frightening clarity, a youth, which, with Nazi doctrine steeped, as life purpose considered only an act of violence and destruction. The Court, chaired by Chief Justice Herro sentenced the main culprits, the 23-year-old Siegfried Kabus to death by hanging.
Evans was the self-chosen ringleader of the gang, which was a church at Vaihingen in fire, carried out explosive attacks on public buildings and planned more terrorist acts. His defenders called him the "ideal product of National Socialist education".
Nine of the culprits are Not yet 20 years old.
Her helper and go-between, the 57-year-old Friedrich Engelhardt, was sentenced to 15 years in jail. Seven of the young criminals were given prison sentences of 10 to. 30 years. Two received shorter prison sentences with probation and were buried Right away free.
04. personalities of the day: a. Sir Sholto Douglas the Russian commander who visited British occupation zone, Air Marshal Sir Sholto Douglas, the Zeche Hansa in Dortmund a visit.
The coal of the Ruhr area is the key to the reconstruction of Germany and new stimulating of its economy.
One of the most pressing concerns of the Allied authorities is therefore the housing problem for the miner and its sufficient food.
Sir Sholto Douglas convinced on an inspection tour of the implementation of the measures.
b. General Keyes Lieutenant-General Geoffrey Keyes, previously Commander of the III. U.S. Army in Germany, arrived in Vienna, to accept the representation of General Mark Clark, who attends the meetings of the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs in London.
He was greeted on his arrival in Vienna on the Franz-Josefs-Bahnhof General Tate and his new staff members.
General Lieutenant of Keyes will soon become the successor of General Clarks as Commander of American forces in Austria.
c. a statesman on travel of the Prime Minister of South Africa, field marshal of Smuts, attended at the invitation of the Greek Government in Athens on his way back from the New York Conference of the United Nations.
Here he received his Duchy of Athens and the University awarded him an academic dignity.
From Athens, the flight took place after South Africa.
On home soil, Smuts is greeted by his family. The Prime Minister resumed Office in the Government building of Pretoria. But first he thanked the to the microphone for the wealth he received sympathy rallies on the occasion of his travel, performance, and homecoming.
05. Codonas of future also the three Codonas, the most famous air number of all time, began once small... as small as this artistic talent in the Kurt Spitzing-vaudeville-Schule in Berlin-Steglitz.
If you want high can fold together only as a package, have to learn who has great leaps, only small skip... Early cringes what wants to be a Contortionist.
The acrobatic children start training at the age of 3 to 4 years. The lessons by experienced former artists. First, the body is soft, supple and bouncy made and fought the muscle soreness. Then a high school will be gradually from the preschool and the toddler a Luftikus.
So learns the offspring of "large numbers".
The stint is done on the fly. A hard school!
But one in which no one... remaining seated.
06. images from all over the world: a. aircraft disaster, England one of the most amazing cases of "Blessing in disguise" occurred in the vicinity of the British airfield of Northolt.
This Dakota machine lost height right after the start and sat down in the middle of the dining room of a House on the edge of the airfield.
Effect: Rooms, destroyed five A few no injuries to crew, passengers and tenants Schreck seconds.
There was a significant crash - though but a child playing on the ground floor, thought it was just the chimney sweep.
b. Indian wedding, the eldest son of Maharaja of Janda celebrated his wedding with all the gloss and pomp of Indian Princely Court.
The parade of wedding gifts.
The celebration lasts a full week - but everything happens under strict observation of Oriental customs.
Everything can be filmed: the dancer, the wedding guests, the groom, the bands, the pageant... just not the main thing: the bride. What a pity!
c. Glöcklerlauf around this time haunted and haunts it again anywhere in the Alpine country. The old habits come back to their right: pull in Gmunden on lake Traunsee Glöckler wintry game on the courts of the farmers. The magnificent head covers are decorated with the constellations, the bells should expel the evil spirits of the mountain.
With this wintery disguise symbolized the struggle of light against the darkness...
07. sports: a. football, Munich in Munich in southern Germany, leading teams of the 1st FC Nuremberg and Munich faced in 1860.
Despite the cold and snow, 35,000 spectators appeared to see this important football meetings.
Here scenes before the Münchner Tor. 1860-striped dress. The hartgefrorene floor made to create A lot to both teams.
The Munich were superior to soon. Only Nuremberg great goalkeeper Lindner prevented the defeat of his club. Lindner was the most unlikely balls. After the 0-0 game, Nuremberg continues lead the table with several points.
b. Hucks Eder suggests, the title holder Gustav Eder, Berlin, and Dietrich Hucks from Homberg fought Hamburg in Hamburg for the German championship in the middleweight division. Over 10,000 spectators were present.
The first and only round.
First scan is the opponent.
Eder has younger Challenger his (with belt) 10 years [...]is experience of 150 fights as a professional Boxer ahead.
He is trying to adjust to the unusual Rechtsauslage by Hucks.
Because the decision comes, unexpectedly,: Hucks lands a left to the Chin of Eder's, and the title holder goes down! Referee Pippow, counts - Eder, never knockout carved into his career, can rise up No more.
New German Middleweight champion is Dietrich Hucks after a struggle Not yet two minutes.
01. 5 millions of spectacles a year
Who uses or needs a pair of spectacles knows the name of Rodenstock. To-day more than ever, for this factory has to supply a much larger part of the German demand for spectacles than in former times.
At present 1.200 employees in both plants in Munich and Regen Bavarian Wood produce 5 millions of spectacle-glasses a year - thus covering about 35% of the whole demand in Germany. After the glasses are out they are fastened by pitch.
Then the grinding and polishing.
With the aid of precision instruments the centre of each glass is fixed. The cut and polished glasses are broken out.
The holders are made and the glasses inserted. The finished spectacle - a product of precision and quality.
By jet-plane into the Goldmines
South-America's largest gold mining town Siuna is also one of the most advanced cities in the world. All technical equipments, all machines were brought by plane to this remote corner of Nicaragua.
Each screw, each nail was air-carried, all houses were transported this way - and this still goes for the daily supplies: every ounce of food has to be flown so to speak into the pioneers refrigeratore. Cross country transportation would last weeks - and be more difficult and expensive than by air.
Hundreds of miles away the goods for Siuna are loaded up - plane after plane takes off, for 6.000 people have to be supplied. An additional jet-device is used as starting aid as the airfields in the rocky mountains are only small. The transport by air incidentally is quite worth while. The machines land on golden ground and often take off with a golden load.
Sentence in the Kabus-Trial
In Stuttgart an American Military Tribunal sentenced the eleven accused of having made bomb-attempts on the Spruchkammern of Stuttgart and surroundings. In the course of the trial the poisoning of a whole generation became shockingly evident, the mental distortien of young people who - imbued with nationalsocial doctrines - have come to regard violence and destruction as their only purpose of living.
The tribunal under the Chief Justice Herro sentenced the main defendant, the 23 year old Siegfried Kabus, to death by hanging.
Kabus was the self-elected leader of the gang which set fire to a church near Vaihingen, blew up public buildings and planned even worse acts of violence. His counsel called him an Ideal product of Nazi-education."
9 of the defendants are not yet 20 years old. Their helper and contactman, 57 years old Friedrich Engelhardt, was sentenced to 15 years imprisonment. Seven of the youthful criminals got jail terms from 10 to 30 years. Two of them got short prison sentences with probation and were immediately released.
04. Personalities of the day
a. Sir Sholto Douglas
The commander-in-chief of the British Zone of Occupation, Air-marshal Sir Sholto Douglas, visited the coal-mine Hansa near Dortmund. The Ruhr-coal is the key to Germany's reconstruction and her economic revival. Therefore Allied officials give special consideration to the task of the housing problem of the miners and their sufficient feeding. On his tour of inspection Sir Sholto Douglas checked the execution of all orders and measures undertaken to ease the existing difficulties.
b. General Keyes
Lt. General Geoffrey Keyes, former commander of the IIIrd US Army in Germany, arrived in Vienna in order to deputise for General Mark Clark who takes part at London conference.
On his arrival in Vienna Franz-Joseph-Station he is welcomed by General Tate, the American Ambassador Minister John Erhart and members of his new staff.
Lt.-General Keyes will shortly Succeed General Clark as commander-in chief of the U.S.forces in Austria.
c. Field Marshal Smuts
The Prime-Minister of South-Africa, Field-marshal Smuts on invitation of the Greek government visited Athens on his way back from the UNO meeting in New York. Here he was made a freeman of Athens and received an honorary academic degree.
Back home he is welcomed by his family. In the Government Building of Pretoria he resumes his office. But first[...] makes a radio speech thanking his listenes for all letters of sympathy on account of his journey, work and return home.
05. Codonas of to-morrow
Even the three Codonas, the most famous trapez-artists of all time, began in a small way - as small as these acrobatic pupils of the Kurt Spitzing variety school in Berlin-Steglitz. The variety kids begin their training already at the age of 3 to 4 years. Experienced former musichall performers are the instructors. First the joints have to be made smooth and the muskels trained.
Then the beginners school gradually becomes high-school. Thus, the Codonas of to-morrow learn their profession ... till they, too, fly through the air with the greatest of ease ...
06. News flashes from everywhere:
a. Plane - crash, England
One of the most extraordinary cases lucky escapes happened in the vicinity of the british air-field Northolt. Soon after take-off this Dakota lost heighth and landed on top of a dining-room a house near the air-field.
Result: five rooms destroyed, a few moments of suspense, but nobody hurt. There was a loud crash, though - but a child playing in a lower room thought: it's only the chimney-sweep.
b. Idian wedding
The oldest son of the Maharadja of Janda held his Wedding with all the glamour of an Indian prince's court. The festival lasted for one whole week - but everything strictly according to oriental rules and customs.
Everything could be filmed, the dancer, the guests, the bride groom, the band, the procession ... except the principal subject of interest: the bride. What a pity!
Ground this time of the year human ghosts and spooks haunt the Alp district.
The old customs come into their own again: in Gmunden o/Traunsee the "Glöcklers" perform their strange masquerade, their mighty head-dresses depicting the stars, the bells ringing to ban the evil ghosts of the mountainside.
This wintry carnival symbolizes lights victorious combit against darkness.
a. Football, Munich
In Munich, the leading teams of South-Germany, 1.1. FC Nürnberg and Munich 1860, met in the finals. Inspite of frost and snow 35.000 spectators came to see this important event.
[...] action scenes near the Munich goal.
1860 in striped dress. The frozen ground makes the going rough for both teams.
The Munich team was the better one and it was only due to the Nuremberg goal-keeper Lindner that his side did not lose. Lindner almost performed miracles. After this game, 0 : 0, Nuremberg still leads by several points.
b. Hucks beats Eder, Hamburg
In Hamburg the title holder Gustav Elder, Berlin, was challenged by Dietrich Hucks, Homberg, for the German Middle-weight Champion-ship. More than 10.000 spectators were present. Eder (with belt) has the experience of 150 fights as professional over his 10 years jounger challenger. In the first and only round the oponents first try each other out. Eder tries to get used to Huck's unusual Straight right. The decision comes like a sudden flash of lightning: Hucks lands a left on Eder's chin and the champion goes down! Referee Pippow counts and Eder, who was never K.o.'d in his entire career cannot get up again. New German Middleweight Champion is Dietrich Hucks - after a Blitz-fight of less than two minutes.
Persons in the Film
Douglas, Sholto ; Engelhardt, Friedrich ; Friederike von Griechenland ; Herro ; Kabus, Siegfried ; Keyes, Geoffrey ; Paul von Griechenland ; Smuths ; Eder, Gustav ; Hucks, Dietrich ; Lindner ; Pippow
Hamburg ; Munich ; Dortmund ; Pretoria ; Vienna ; Gmunden ; Nicaragua ; England ; India ; Stuttgart ; Berlin ; South Africa ; Athens
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