01 Nuremberg. The lawsuit against the industrial present in the courtroom to stand up. American judge be a total. American flag behind the judges table. Beginning of the trial. The defendants, industrialist and head of the flick concern, are called. Interview: "the United States against Friedrich Flick, Otto Steinbrink, Konrad Kaletsch, Bernhard Weiss, Hermann Terberger." The defendants, half-close.
(29 m) 2nd President Truman in Mexico plane on the airfield in Mexico City. Welcoming Committee goes President Truman, totally. Welcome, total. President Miguel Aleman in addition to Truman, half-close. Truman will be handed over the keys of the city as a tribute. Ride through the streets. Truman speaks at the National Palace, totally and half close. Actuality: "together we must live and together we must transfer. Therefore, we must have world peace." Crowd, totally. Truman and Aleman sit on bleachers, half-close. Girls perform folk dances. Flags of both countries flag presentation. (45 m) 03. streiflichter from Germany a. Frankfurt: rebuilding St. Paul's Church that destroyed St. Paul's Church in Frankfurt and debris. St. Paul's Church, great. Mayor Kolb, great. The Prime Minister of Hesse, Christian Stock, great. The city Commander of Frankfurt, Colonel Phellps, great. Kolb lays cassette with certificate in wall that is bricked up.
(19 m) Munich: manufacturing plastic maps workers of the company Wenschow in Munich in map production. Relief will be filled with plaster. Form is non-refundable. Giant camera swivels and photographed map. Various maps. Hand scrolls in the World Atlas.
(39 m) c. Goslar: Harz Canary people with packages go by road with half-timbered houses. You go into a House. Man unwraps cage with a Canary. Cages next to each other. Competition of the best singers. Canary in the cage, large. Judges from cages in evaluation. Prizes and cups on the table.
(23 m) 04 flood everywhere destroyed bridge into the Weser. Destroyed Truman bridge and railway bridge near Bremen, Germany. Tree protruding from the water. Horse-drawn carriage travels through water. Cars in the water. Flooded land. 2 boys go on a raft. People get from boat. England: People riding in a boat. Young man carries a girl on the back by water. Houses and trains in the water. Flooded land, total.
(46 m) 05. images from all over the World President Auriol in Toulouse Auriol is waving in the car, half-close. People cheering on the side of the road. Auriol climbs out of the car and enters accompanied by the Town Hall, totally. People, screen-filling. Auriol speaks at the Town Hall, large and half close. Clapping audience.
(20 m) b. Antarctic expedition Byrd waving American flag. Dogs pulling sled in the snow. Tunnels in the ice as a warehouse. Man with lamp goes through ice tunnels and get stored goods.
(18 m) c. rowing training the University team Oxford oarsmen at the training in slow motion.
(21 m) d. Veit shock Krakow St. Mary's altar figures of the altar, great. Restorers at work on the world famous figures.
(23 m) 6th Bielefeld: more insulin workers in production of insulin. Man takes the pancreas of animals out of freezer. Production phases. Spinning Bowl centrifuge. Laboratory. Small mice are inoculated with the insulin test means. Insulin bottles, wholesale.
(36 m) 7th sea lion in distress at sea waves of the Pacific Ocean. Waves beat on the coastal bluffs. Sea lions on the rocks in the surf, search in the vicinity of the coast protection. Cameraman keeps spotlight on the sea lions. The herd among the rocks.
1 Nuremberg: The trial against the industrialist in Nuremberg is Instead of the first trial against Nazi industrialist before an American military tribunal. The head of the former flick group are indicted. Friedrich Flick was considered the richest man of in Germany during the war.
The defendants are responsible for the exploitation of the countries occupied by Germany and the forced deportation of millions of foreigners.
The reading of the extensive indictment begins by calling the defendants: (original sound: "against the United States: Friedrich Flick, Otto Steinbrink, Konrad Kaletsch, Bernhard Weiss, Hermann Terberger") the process unveiled to an increasing extent the interests of Nazi war planning and National Socialist heavy industry.
02. President Truman in Mexico as first President of the United States visited Henry Truman one the neighboring Mexico State visit. At the airport of Mexico City, he was welcomed by President Miguel Aleman and members of his Cabinet. The handing-over of the keys of the city was the first ceremony for the guest. The official visit of Truman's highlights the good and friendly relations of the two countries.
The American President to the Mexican people spoke in the National Palace. While he said that lasting peace and security the goal of all people in the world is equal to Which one language, race or nation they belong to.
In the big Stadium of Mexico City, an event of the Institute of fine arts was Instead of in the presence of the two Presidents. The lively and picturesque folk dances in Mexico were presented in front of 40,000 spectators.
At the end, living flags symbolize the friendship of the two neighbouring republics.
03. streiflichter from Germany: a. St. Paul's Church St. Paul's Church in Frankfurt, the venue of the first German National Assembly in 1848, was almost entirely destroyed during the war.
The city of Frankfurt will rebuild the Church to the centenary in 1948.
Christian Stock, the Prime Minister of greater Hesse, and the city Commander Colonel Phellps.
The cassette with the deed will be immured.
Renowned monetary and material donations have been entered from all over Germany to rebuild of St. Paul's Church.
b. relief maps in Munich Wenschow developed a new process for the manufacture of plastic maps. First translated the contour lines of a map of old type with utmost accuracy in a solid model. Filling in of the reliefs with plaster - last corrections of the heights.
After putting together the final relief image corresponds to the exact view from above from a great height. Now it is a giant camera on the model and then recording!
A copy of the maps in the press will be printed after the development of the plate. Final retouches to the finished card. A comparison with old style cards shows How much more the new map reflects the terrain.
On orders of the military Government are now produced atlases and scientific works for schools and other purposes according to the new procedure.
c. Harzer roller a riddle: what is in the packages that are carried through the streets of Goslar with so great caution?
There are valuable Canaries, bred in the Harz, the world-famous Harzer roller.
Join here in fine singing competition.
A fast athletic scoring decides who the best twitters, Coos, and rolls.
Positive points are according to the rating list: Koller, knobby, Schockeln and broody hens.
Negative points: zip, nose tours, Saint and Schnatter.
The rules are there so high...
04. Flood anywhere recorded Europe floods after the harsh winter this spring everywhere. Rhine, Elbe, oder and Weser led drift ice and flooding.
In Bremen, the floods destroyed all three of the bridges. Here the Truman bridge and remains of the railway bridge, the traffic was largely paralyzed and had to be maintained in part with rafts and barges. The damage is significant in all areas, also lives to complain.
The water of most German rivers has fallen now.
England was struck by severe floods. Namely agriculture had large losses. In many areas the seed was destroyed over three million sheep, cattle and small livestock were killed in the floods. Whole villages were cut off, vast tracts of the country impassable. It is the largest natural disaster, which has affected England since time immemorial.
05. images from all over the world: a. Auriol French President Auriol visited Toulouse in southern France.
Auriol, who is Southern French, is enthusiastically welcomed by the population.
In the City Hall of Toulouse, he thanked for the warm welcome in his closer homeland.
This is the first tour of France, which Auriol undertook after his election as President.
b. Byrd on his various earlier expeditions to the Antarctic Admiral Byrd service camp established. From the base Little America were distributed the goods on a string of supply depots.
Tunnels were driven into the ice. The food were encamped in a huge natural ice cellar. Today – after 15 years - the men of the new Byrd expedition To find intact the camps, the food still edible. And they enjoy it!
Frozen meat. Brand South Pole, fresh like 15 years ago.
c. Oxford-Cambridge and Oxford-Cambridge again. The 93. Even the two university teams faced this spring.
Here pictures from the training of the Oxford team, which won the race last year after 13 defeats.
Slow motion shots - which the excellent style of the team should be clearly marked.
England was in a fever of anticipation. Meanwhile, the world's most famous boat race has taken place: this time, Cambridge won again... with strong superiority.
02. images from all over the world: b. far-shock-altar of the high altar of St. Mary's Church in Krakow was at war's end in a cellar of the Castle Wawel found. German troops had removed the altar from the Church.
The famous work of the Nuremberg sculptor Veit shock, who long lived in Krakow, had suffered through transport and storage. In painstakingly artists deal with the recovery of this important creation of late Gothic wood carving art of the 15th century. After completion of the altar is To find again site in St. Mary's Church in Kraków, where he has stood through centuries.
06. more insulin insulin, the only cure for diabetes, will be restored to an increasing extent in Germany. These recordings come from a factory in Bielefeld.
The raw material, the pancreas of animals for slaughter, reached in frozen condition in the factory. The processing takes several days. Last stop is the bucket centrifuge. In the laboratory, the pure insulin is tested by inoculation of animals on its intensity and. Only then is the filling of the substance.
The insulin was discovered in 1922 by the Canadians of Banting and best. Until then, an effective treatment of diabetes mellitus was impossible. The beneficial medicine is sick mankind without patent restriction free. Insulin brings help key the sick and get them at full working capacity. Sea Lion in distress Spring storms sweep over the Pacific Ocean. Resounding wave brand on the steep banks of the North American State of Oregeon.
Not only the shipping has to fight against the power of the elements, the animals of the sea can not resist the storm surges.
These unique images show a cattle by sea lions, who had to take refuge under the coast. Camera people brought about the shots at the risk of life.
Sea Lion in distress!
The storm continued for days has driven this most divers and swimmers of the world's oceans on land. Many of them today are based on the rocky cliffs.
The trial against the industrialists
An American Court in Nuremberg is the scene of the first trial of Nazi industrialists. The accused are the directors of the former Flick-combine. At the end of the war Friedrich Flick was known as the richest man in Germany.
The defendants are accused of exploiting the countries occupied by German and are held responsible for the displacing and mistreatment of millions of foreigners.
The reading of the indictment begins with the naming of the accused.
(Original sounds "The United States against: Fr. Flick O. Steinbrink Kl Kaletsch B. Weise T. Terberger")
The trial revealed the tie-up between Nazi war-planning and Nazi heavy industry.
02. President Truman in Mexico
Harry Truman is the first President of the United States who paid Mexico a state visit during his term of office.
He was welcomed by President Miguel Aleman and his cabinet-ministers at the airfield in Mexico City. The presentation of the keys of the city was the first honour paid to the guest. Truman's official visit marks the friendly relations between both countries.
In the National Palace the American President addressed the Mexican people. He said that constant peace and security was the aim of all good men - no matter what race, language or nation they belong to.
The Institute of Beaux Arts arranged a great show in presence of both Presidents at the great Stadium in Mexico City. Vivid and picturesque Mexican national dances were performed before 40,000 spectators.
Living flags symbolize friendship between the neighbour-republics.
03. News Flashes from Germany:
a. St. Paul's Church
St. Paul's Church in Frankfurt, the scene of the first National Assembly in the year 1848, was almost completely mined during the war. The town of Frankfurt will reconstruct the church by the 100th anniversary in 1948.
Christian Stock, Prime Minister of Greater Hesse, and Military Commander Colonel Phel[...]s.
A case containing historical documents is sealed into the foundations.
For the reconstruction of St. Paul's Church contributions in moncy and materials from all parts of Germany were received.
b. Plastic Maps
The Munich firm of Wenschow has developed a new method of making plastic maps. First the lines of altitude are reproduced on a plastic model.
Then the plaster cast - and a final correction for altitude. After being put together, the finished relief-map is similar to a bird's eye view.
The model is photographed by a huge camera.
After the plate is developed - a copy of the map is printed. Last corrections are made, and comparison with old maps demonstrate the superiority of the new plastic maps.
By order of the Military Government, atlases and scientific maps for schools and other purposes will be made by the new method.
c. "Harz Canaries."
What is in the parcels which are so carefully carried through the streets of Goslar?
The parcels contain precious canaries which are bred in the Harz Mountains, the world-famous "Harz Rollers."
A singing competition.
A system of point - scoring decides the best singers: so many points for the good performers, and so many against the feathered prima-donnas who don't come up to scratch.
04. Floods everywhere:
After the severe winter Europe is suffering from spring floods everywhere.
The rivers Rhine, Elbe, Oder, and Weser have reached new high-water records.
In Bremen the floods destroyed all three bridges. Here the Truman-Bridge and the remains of the railroad bridge. Traffic is at full stop, and rafts and little boats have to be used. In all districts the damage caused is considerable; there has also been loss of life.
The waterlevels of most of the German rivers had gone down again.
England, too, was overrun by great foods. Agriculture has had great losses. In many districts the seed was destroyed, more than 3 million sheep, cattle, and small animals were killed in the floods. Whole towns were cut off, wide districts isolated. This was the greatest catastrophe from flood which has ever befallen England.
05. News Flashes from everywhere:
a. President Auriol
French President Auriol visits Toulouse in Southern France, Auriol, who himself is a Southerner, is heartily welcomed by the people.
In the City Hall of Toulouse he expressed his thanks for the hearty welcome in his home-district.
This is the first tour through France which Auriol undertook after his election.
b. Admiral Byrd
On his former expeditions to the Antarctic Admiral Byrd established stores for provisions.
At the base depot of Little America the goods were divided into a chain of storage warehouses.
Tunnels were broken in the ice. Thus the foodstuffs were stored in a huge natural ice-box. Today - after 15 years - the members of the new Byrd expedition find the stores untouched, the food still eatable.
Frozen meat - trade mark South Pole - fresh after 15 years.
c. Oxford-Cambridge training
This spring the two University - teams meet again for the 93rd time.
Here the Oxford team in training. They won last year's race after 13 losses.
Slow motion shots reveal the excellent form of the team. England waited for weeks.
In the meantime the world's oldest boat-race took place: and this time Cambridge won again, easily.
d. Veit Stoss Altar
The high altar of St. Mary's Church in Krakow was discovered after the end of the war in a cellar of Wawel Castle. German troops had re[...]oved it from the church.
The world-famous creation of the Nuremberg master Veit Stoss, who lived for a long time in Krakow, had suffered considerable damage by transport and storing. Artists are busily engaged in the restoration of this most important work of 15th century Gothic wood-carving. After its repair the altar is going to be replaced in St. Mary's, where it stood for centuries.
06. More Insulin
Insulin, the only remedy for diabetes, is again manufactured in Germany in increasing quanttity. These shot[...] are taken at the Bielefeld plant. The basic component, the pancreatic gland of slaughtered animals, is sent in anfrozen state[...] to the factory. The process of manufacture takes several days.
The last process is the [...]entrifugal operation. In the laboratory the plain Insulin is checked by inoculation of test-animals. Then the remedy is packed.
Insulin was discovered in 1922 by the Canadian Docotors Banting and Best.
Up to that time an active treatment of diabetis was impossible. The remedy is at the disposal of the sick without restriction by patents.
Insulin brings the sick decisive help and keeps them at normal working capacity.
07. Sea-lions in danger
Spring brings storms over the Pacific Ocean. Waves as high as houses burst against the steep shores of the North American state of Oregon.
Not only ships have to fight the wave[...], but the animals of the sea also bow to the power of the storm.
These unique pictures show a herd of sea-lions which tried to escape to the shelter of the coast. The camera crew took these pictures at the risk of their lives.
This storm, lasting for days on end, has driven these skilled divers and swimmers of the ocean ashore. Many of them were killed on the rocky cliffs.
Persons in the Film
Aleman, Miguel ; Auriol, Vincent ; Flick, Friedrich ; Kaletsch, Konrad ; Kolb ; Phellos ; Steinbrink, Otto ; Stock, Christian ; Terberger, Hermann ; Truman, Harry ; Weiss, Bernhard
Oxford ; Frankfurt ; Antarctica ; Mexico ; Bielefeld ; Nuremberg ; Munich ; Pacific ; Bremen ; England ; Krakow ; Toulouse ; Goslar ; Hanover ; Mexico City
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