01 England battling cold and snow high pile of snow houses. Man shovels free entrance. Narrow path between big mounds of snow. Rails Wilder to. Soldiers to clear rails. Soldiers when the wood in the forest. Barge with coal on the water. Barge transports coal, large. Coal run via conveyor belt into wagons. Man is soft. Train.
(33 m) 02. streiflichter from Germany a. Rüsselsheim: care packages for employees of Opel works the Opel works in Rüsselsheim, Germany, total. Trustee of the firm Opel on the lectern, total. Listeners, including nationals of the occupying power. Children, half-close. Shield: Care packages output, great. Distribution of care packages by Germans. Care are drawn on sled through snow packages.
(22 m) b. 80th birthday of professor Emil Nolde Seebüll landscape on the West coast of Schleswig-Holstein. Nolde House. Emil Nolde enters his room, totally. Nolde sitting at the desk, half-close. His paintings in the exhibition space, great. Nolde painting in the exhibition room of the House, considered close to half.
(24 m) c. Hamburg: Swedish Red Cross opened shoe repair men build a barracks. Swedish, English and German Schuster in shoe repairs. Woman in uniform pays out with shoes bag. Shoes, screen-filling. Repaired shoes on the shelf. Children running from the school, totally.
(25 m) 03 Nuremberg: Franz von Papen before the casting Chamber German judges come a total. Listeners, half-close. By Papen as a defendant in coat with fur collar, half-close. Various settings of the courtroom. (Sentence: eight years labor camps - appeal).
(44 m) 4 apprentices in training apprentices in the Reichsbahn during construction of locomotive. In the apprentice's workshop in learning by filing of the vise. Mason apprentices in a Munich school for theoretical lessons in the class. Teacher faces Panel with drawing. Apprentices at the walls, arched. Apprentices at a shipyard on the Stade shipyard in Kiel. Roofer apprentices receive instruction on the model. You can cover even the roof in a Hall. Apprentice Baker pushes the sheet in the oven. Apprentice kneads dough for Journeyman's examination. He weighs dough, shaping breads, dough loaves of bread to bake. Ballet School. Little girl in exercise, flexing of the hull front and back, legs high. Little girl dances in the dance dress. Handstand reverse splits. Little girl in pants with flowers. Dancer curtsies. Hairdressing apprentices, male and female when working on wigs. Hairdressing apprentices at the shaving and hair cutting. Hairdressers in hairdressing salon. Apprentice mountain workers run one after the other in the uniform front vents. Boxes. Apprentices beat wood root to support of the tunnel. In classroom lessons about miner lamp. Distribution of diplomas of the Mountain School of Bochum, after passing the exam. Testimony, great. Agricultural apprentices. Girl at work in the garden. Watering plants in the greenhouse. Milking. Feed the chickens. Chimney sweep apprentices on rooftops with chimney sweeping, total and great in Berlin.
(19 m) 5th sport a. Braunschweig: Hallenschwimmwettkampf Lower Saxony Germany launch of swimmers, frontal. Crawl. Audience on the edge of the basin. Swimming season. Lower Saxony WINS 88-82 points.
(25 m) b. Switzerland: youth sports kids at snowball fight. Children on skis in downhill. Young on skis, in the background the Matterhorn. Man with sunglasses, woman, big boy with sunglasses. Boy climb on the slopes (from behind). People on the ice rink. Feet of a skater in a Pirouette. Girl on the ice. Boys playing ice hockey on the ice rink. Ice hockey game of the kids in the snow on the village road. Girl of Stemmbogens learning. Downhill skiing, total.
01 England battling cold and snow also recorded exceptional snow depths and degrees of cold England this winter. Some areas look like landscapes in the high north of Europe.
Windows and entrances must be shoveled free to maintain the connection with the outside world.
Often railway lines are gone with the wind for miles. Soldiers help to make important traffic routes. Even when the wood snakes they tackle vigorously with.
A shortage of coal, gas, and electricity has forced most severe restrictions in all areas of public life. Cuts and shutdowns make every single household in England.
Therefore, each coal supply for essential operations is a small victory in the great winter battle.
02. streiflichter from Germany: a. care packages were for their children by making a generous donation of the General Motors surprised 2,500 members of the Opel works in Rüsselsheim, Germany. In a small ceremony, the Trustees of the company Opel announced that every family with a child younger than ten years receives a care package in the weight of 22 kilos.
A representative of the care organisation undertook the distribution of the first packages - the first corporate donation in this article 2,500 packages - 2,500 happy children and parents.
b. Professor Nolde, one of the greatest living German painter Emil Nolde, commits his 80th birthday in recently.
In Seebüll on the West coast of Schleswig-Holstein he lives and works in his Studio house built to his own design. The artist, who is considered one of the most important innovator of German painting, was outlawed during the Hitler era. At that time, more than a thousand of his works were removed from public museums.
Nolde is the painter of luminous, glowing colors.
-Nolde calls prison of his pictures during the prohibition time - works from all periods of the master located in the exhibition room of the House.
(c). A workshop for repair of children's shoes opened Swedish Schuster of the Swedish Red Cross in Hamburg. The first barracks sent from Sweden is made up. Young Swedish, English and German Schuster press initially as a construction worker.
Whether shoes are collected in the Hamburg schools. The sole material comes from Sweden.
It is connected to a sewing room, where the mothers of the children can mend dresses, stockings and lingerie.
The Swedish Red Cross carries out this beautiful charity at the behest of the international plant hosts and the Swedish Quaker.
03. Nuremberg: Papen before the casting Chamber under great stress of the public was Nuremberg Chamber of saying driving against Franz von Papen, the former Vice-Chancellor and Ambassador of the Third Reich, the brought to conclusion.
After his acquittal by the international military tribunal, Papen had now because of his debt to the German. To take responsibility for people. The process revealed the background of German policy before the advent of the Hitler-system. Papen, has made free as arose in the course of the negotiations - the Nazi party in an instant, because she already had passed its peak helped to again rise by any means and the Chancellor post for Hitler.
The diplomat of the old school had its own objectives while last but not least, had to experience it but that the development of him went across. As a pioneer of national socialism, Papen's Franz was sentenced to eight years labour camps and other reconciliation measures. Seventeen months pre-trial detention were deducted from the sentence. The Bavarian Minister for special tasks and also the accused himself appealed against the judgment.
The Austrian Government has filed extradition Papen, to pull it due to preparation of the connection to the account.
05. What is my boy?
Apprentices a tour through A few of the most important professions in education shows that the problem of the next generation gradually enters normal cars. School and teaching, learning and testing get back its old value.
In special apprentice workshops, thorough preparation for example the apprentices of the Reichsbahn received in three-year training period for their future profession.
The 350 Mason apprentices of a Munich school enjoy lessons in theory and practice. The test is at the end of the apprenticeship. As everywhere, experienced master provide the technical skill and the small but vital "gimmicks".
Here, the candidate as a task needs to build a vault.
The shipbuilding industry is permitted to a limited extent again for fishing purposes. Here's apprentices on the Stade shipyard in Kiel at work.
The young people in the construction industry has today particularly good prospects. On teaching centres, roofers apprentices are taught by masters of models. Then the right roofing, also in the Hall. Almost everywhere especially scarce on roofing apprentices.
To make our daily bread to be also learned - in a three-year apprenticeship. Here pictures of a journeyman's examination. The bread over the bread to cake - fine pastries to the rod of the salt: aspiring bakers must dominate all.
A small detour to the artist young - in this case to a ballet school. This includes fitness, energy and zeal. Young moves on hands and toes, which wants to become a prima ballerina.
It's going to head to the hairstyle that.
In Munich, only male apprentices have chance to learn the hairdressing. An aptitude test on the employment office is the first examination of the future hair artist. The girls have the virtue of otherwise - they far outweigh the number of male candidates. Understandable!
Sports training of the offspring of miners in the Ruhr area. One of the most important professions for reconstruction is of the miners. In practical work, as well as in a 3 to 4-year-old study on mountain academies the contenders are prepared on the profession of the miners, the Hauers and the Steiger.
Becoming a miner, advantage today some, such as increased rations. The care of this profession is considered to be especially important, because Germany's future depends on the coal.
The next generation on the cusp of the profession. Distribution after passing the exam.
An ancestral profession is to be farmer. But also agricultural work must be - learned thoroughly on farming or on individual farms. The vegetable production up to the pig feeding, milking to the chickens: all branches of the farming operation here are teaching specialist.
Parade of black lucky charms on the chimney of the big city. Yes, it's done so, so it returns to fireplaces in airy heights. At the time a hundred aspiring to the profession of the black man's are trained in Berlin. A profession that - remains the same through the centuries with its dual mission: To sweep chimneys... Good luck to bring.
06. sports: a. Hallenschwimmen in Braunschweig a swimming contest between Lower Saxony and Germany was held.
The match consisted of single, seasons and a water ball game.
In two teams, one saw German top swimmers, and the results reach to international services.
There were five new year highs.
The representation of Lower Saxony won with 88 points. West Germany reached 82 points.
b. Swiss youth sports, the Switzerland - the Centre of the winter pleasures - is also the stronghold of youth sports: from the snowball fight in 2,000 meters up to the whizzing downhill on skis. With the Matterhorn in the back's rising up again as well, and the younger one starts, his chances are greater once to become a master of the white art.
And here is Tammie - the youngest conqueror of the promontory. Now the skater - young and older practices and rehearses: pirouettes and lion jumps, loops and counter three.
The longing of all this girl is: once like Sonja Henie to float above the ice, jumping and dancing.
The boys keep the solid ice hockey and more. Often the village road replaced the traditional ice hockey rink.
Main thing: it will be played.
Still: Tammie against it is giant slope - 1: 0 for the slope.
And now the ABC of skiing: the youth learn the Stemmbogen, the basis of every departure.
Tammie still on the slope. Once he is make it already. And then he is gliding in broad sweeps, as these masters of long boards. You hiss at Bilbrey past that the powder snow flies only so. But Bilbrey says to himself: Yes with violence!
01. England fights against frost and snow
England, too, records extraordinary snowfall and low temperatures this winter. Several districts look like Sub. Arctic landscapes.
Windows and doors have to be cleaned from snow to keep contact with the outside world.
Railroad tracks are often covered with snow-drifts. Soldiers help clean important lines of traffic. They also make themselves useful in cutting wood.
The shortage of coal, gas and electricity forced severe restrictions on the public. Besides that, the cutting and switching-off of electricity has hit every household in England.
Every allocation of coal for vital establishments is a little victory in this great battle against the winter.
02. News flashes from Germany:
2.500 employees of the Opel Plant in Ruesselsheim were excited by a generous gift for their children from the General Motors Corporation. In a little ceremony the custodian of the Opel Plant made known that each family with a child under the age of ten would receive a Care-Parcel weighing 22 Kilos.
A representative of the Care-Organisation distributed the first parcels - the first gift of this kind from a foreign corporation. 2.500 parcels - 2.500 happy children and parents.
b. Professor Nolde
One of the greatest living German painters, Professor Nolde, will shortly celebrate his 80th birthday.
He lives and workes in his personally designed studio at Seebuell near the West coast of Schleswig-Holstein. The artist who is known as one of the most important innovators in German art was boycotted during the Hitler regime. More than a thousand of his works were then removed from public collections.
Nolde paints in bright and glowing colors.
The exhibition hall in his house - Nolde calls it the prison of his paintings during the time of suppression - works of all the master's creating periods are displayed.
c. Swedish Cobblers
In Hamburg the Swedish Red Cross opened a repair-shop for children's shoes; the first prefab barrack, sent from Sweden, is beeing put up. First the young Swedish, British and German cobblers do building work. The worn out shoes are collected in the Hamburg schools. The material used comes from Sweden.
In an additional sewing-room, the children's mothers can repair clothes, stockings and undies.
This Swedish Relief-Action was suggested by the International "Werkscharen" and the Swedish Quakers.
Papen at the Decision Board
The Nuremberg Decision Board Trial against Franz von Papen, former Vice-Chancellor and Ambassador of the Third Reich, just brought to its conclusion, aroused great public interest. After his acquittal by the International Military Tribunal, Papen was tried for his guilt against the German people. The tribunal revealed the background of German policy before the Hitler-system.
And during the course of the trial it was proved that Papen brought the National Socialist Party to new heights when it had already lost power; and he also prepared the office of Chancellor for Hitler. This diplomat of the old school followed personal aims, too; but developments outgrew his plans.
As pioneer of National Socialism Franz von Papen was sentenced to eight years in a work camp, and other punishment, also.
17 months already spent in prison were subtracted from the sentence. The Bavarian Counsel for Defence and the defendant himself appealed against this sentence.
The Austrian Government proposed Papen's extradition, to call him to account for his work in the Anschluss.
04. What is to become of my boy?
A survey of some of the more important professions shows that the problem of apprenticeship is gradually becoming normal.
Schools and apprenticeship, teaching and learning again assure their old value.
At special apprentice workshops of the "Reichsbahn", for instance, the apprentices receive a three years education and thorough preparation for their future profession.
The 350 bricklayer apprentices of a Munich professional school get theoretical and practical instruction. At term's end come examinations. Skilled masters transmit technical ability and the little but important tricks. Here the student has to build a vault.
Ship-building will be resumed for fishing purposes. Here are apprentices working in the Stader dockyard in Kiel.
Apprentices in the building trade have today a bright future. In special building schools the teachers use models to instruct tiler-apprentices. There is a special need for tilers.
It is also necessary to make our daily bread - and that is taught in a three year period of instruction. Pictures of a journeyman examination. From bread to cake - from fine cakes to salt-sticks; all that the baker of the future must know.
Now to the young artists - a ballet-school. Who wishes to become a Prima-Ballerina has to go on hands and toes, early in life. Here are the hairdressers. In Munich, at present, only male apprentices can learn hairdressing. A test examination at the labor office has to be passed first. The girls outnumber the boys.
Sports training for mining apprentices in the Ruhr-district. Their profession is one of the most important ones for reconstruction. With practical work and a three to four year period at the Berg-academy the students are prepared for the mining job.
To become a miner today brings many advantages, among them increased rations. And the nurturing of this profession is most important, as Germany's future depends on coal.
An ancient profession is that of the farmer. But this work, too, has to be learned - at agricultural schools or farms. From crowing vegetables to feeding swine, from milking to raising chickens: all branches of farming taught here.
Parade of the black "luck-bringers" on the chimnies of the city.
Yes, this is how a chimney is swept.
In Berlin at present 100 apprentices are being trained in the profession. A profession that has not changed for centuries - - with its double mission: to sweep chimnies and to bring luck.
Brunswick was the scene of a swimming competition between Lower Saxony and West Germany. There were single contests, relay swimming and a water-polo game.
Both teams had first-class swimmers, and results came near international records.
There were five new best-records of the year.
The representatives of Lower Saxony scored a close Victory with 88 points, west Germany making 82 points.
b. Swiss Youth Winter Sports
Switzerland - centre of winter sport - from a snowball fight 2.000 meters above sea level to fast ski-races down the mountains.
With the Matterhorn in the background, the ascent seems to be easy, and the younger the beginner the greater are his chances of becoming a master on skis.
And here is Purzel, the youngest sportsman. And now the skaters - young and old try and train; pirouettes, jumps and figure skating. These girls have one ambition: to glide and dance over the ice like Sonja Henie.
The boys stick more to ice-hockey. And the village street becomes a hockey field.
Still Purzel struggles up the big hill - and the score is one up for the hill.
And the ABC of skiing: they learn how to make a "stembow", the basic exercise for skiing down hill.
Purzel still fighting the slope. Eventually he will succeed and then glide down like the older sportsmen.
Persons in the Film
Nolde, Emil ; Papen von, Franz
Braunschweig ; Switzerland ; Rüsselsheim, Germany ; England ; Seebüll ; Nuremberg ; Rüsselsheim, Germany ; Hamburg ; Vienna
Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Railways ; Ice skating ; Craft ; Industry ; Justice ; Children ; Forestry ; Women, mothers ; Shipping ; Swimming ; Ski, skiing, ski jumping ; sports audience, sports spectator ; Dance ; automotive industry ; Art ; Works of art ; Landscapes ; People ; Military ; Winter ; Welfare, aid agencies, care ; Listener ; Hockey ; Jobs ; Ausbildung ; Crew ; Anniversaries, Jubilees, birthdays ; Industrial ; Military ; aftermath of war
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