01 may celebrations throughout Berlin: moving at the Brandenburg Gate. May meeting in the Lustgarten. Youth rally at the Sports Palace.
Munich: Working meeting on the Theresienwiese. The Bavaria statue. Crowd, screen-filling.
Hamburg: may move on the Lombards bridge with banners work and bread for all. Flags. People above planned and Bale.
Food: Onslaught banners we miners demanding better nutrition and the hourly wage. Crowd, screen in front of houses ruins. Speakers, great.
Ebenhausen/Bavaria: People around the Maypole. Trachtenkapelle marches on, totally. Pan across the Maypole. Dance around the Maypole in Bavarian costume.
(54 m) 02. The fire disaster of Texas City of Texas City - clouds of smoke the fire catastrophe. Aerial photographs of burning benzene containers. Burning oil tanks with black clouds of smoke. People run. Burnt cars. People are looking for in the rubble. Evacuation of wounded and dead on wearing. Burning tank, large. Doctors and nurses at wounded. Clouds of smoke, screen-filling.
(39 m) 03 Bremen today rubble of Bremen. People come from the ship. Tram runs through debris. The market square with historical buildings. The Roland. The Town Hall. The Cathedral. People go through the Böttcherstraße. The train station. COP, big, regulates the traffic. Port facilities. American flag on a ship. Aerial view of the city.
(39 m) 04-updates soon a. United Nations Commission in Greece cars driving through hostile terrain. Clap people on the side of the road. The men ride on small horses. Greek troops. Prisoner behind barbed wire, beckoning. Aerial view of the country.
(27 m) b. Sir Alexander Fleming in Vienna Sir Alexander Fleming; Discoverer of penicillin, visited Vienna. Close-up of Fleming. Federal Minister speaks Hurdes, great. Federal Chancellor Figl in conversation with Alexander Fleming, great.
(15 m) c. United States: Milton Reynolds flight around the Earth Reynolds rises in aircraft. Rotating propeller. Launch of the aircraft At night. Landing in Tokyo. Welcome by Geishas. Flying aircraft. Landing in New York City At night. Reynolds, surrounded by people.
(23 m) 05. pictures of the reconstruction: Hanomag work, total. Workers in factory machines. Workers working on engines for anchor tug. Engines to the test. Mounting the anchor tug. Installation on the Assembly line. Welder. Tractor left factory Hall. Tractor with plow in the field.
(39 m) 06. Munich: film launch in Geiselgasteig film studios in Geiselgasteig, total. Production of the first film in the U.S. zone "Between yesterday and tomorrow". Stagehands at work. Destroyed Regina Palace Hotel. Looking from the outside, wall is torn down. Rebuilt the hotel in the Studio. Hotel lobby. Victor Stahl as hotel manager at the reception, half-close. Illuminator to headlights. Victor de Kowa and Sybille Schmitz, half-close. Makeup artist make-up Sybille Schmitz, large. Harald Braun, as a Director, with stage directions with Sybille Schmitz. Ilse Werner next to Winnie Markus, great. Christer Löck, Willi Birgel, Victor Stahl, half-close. Camera moves back. Recording. Cameramen behind the camera. Sybille Schmitz, Victor de KOWA, Victor steel, in game scene.
(65 m) 07 sport a. Kassel: German forest cross country Championships stopwatch, great. Mass start. Runners in the run through the forest. Josef Legge, Bochum, WINS ahead of Eberlein, Munich. Run through the goal. Team champion Munich 1860 (30 m) Berlin: Berlin Cottbus Berlin cycling cyclist insert food and set up their bikes. Mass start for professional drivers. Bicyclists riding through the city, over bridge. Road sign of Prenzlauer Allee. Bicyclists riding terrain. People are on the side of the road. Ride through the target. Winner: Hermann Schild, Chemnitz, with a bouquet of flowers, half-close.
(29 m) c. Florida: water ski water skier in group behind the boat. Art figures. Water skiers going backwards on one leg. Gymnastics on a pole between two runners. Jump from Schanzeund falls.
01 may celebrations everywhere as anywhere in the world, was in Germany again as Festival of working people and day of reconciliation of peoples celebrated may 1. The highlight of the events in Berlin was a demonstration in the Lustgarten. At the Sports Palace an impressive rally was Instead of on the eve of may of 1, which turned especially to the youth of Berlin. In Munich the toiling under the statue of Bavaria on the Theresienwiese were formed. The Bavarian Trade Union Confederation organized this demonstration, which brought in addition to speeches also orchestral and vocal performances of the work force.
In Hamburg marched 60,000 professionals through the streets of the city to the exhibition space despite the bad weather "un Blomen", where among others, the Chairman of the Hamburg said unions.
In food the same image: Parades of working people with placards and speakers with speeches to the masses. In thousands of small towns and villages, there was a may celebration of old-fashioned style - as here in Ebenhausen in Bavaria. After moving through the village, the dance among the Maypole decides the feast day of all working people.
05. fire disaster in Texas City the North American port city of Texas City was hit by a massive fire and explosion disaster. The extent and the consequences of this disaster dominated the headlines of the American press for days.
An explosion on a French cargo ship were the immediate cause of the disaster.
Burning debris put a chemical factory on fire - the benzene tank and shortly thereafter were refineries and 50 oil tanks ablaze. Toxic fumes spread to port and city. For 24 hours, Texas City from the outside world was cut off.
A panic broke out among the population. New, huge fires were formed again. The incessantly successive explosions had the force of a volcanic eruption.
According to recent findings, one-third of Texas City is destroyed. Over one thousand deaths and more than three thousand injured are complaining. The damage amounted to about $30 million.
The fire disaster has made a ghost town of Texas City, which had to be abandoned by their inhabitants.
03. Bremen today the old Hanseatic City of Bremen has lost in the wars over 40 per cent of all buildings: 60 000 houses about 25 000.-many famous historical sites, such as the municipal scales, the granary and the Pack House lines are No more.
The market square with its historic buildings has been preserved. The Roland - the emblem of Bremen - the war made it through safely, as the Town Hall, a magnificent building from the 15th century. The Cathedral, however, suffered damage will be repaired at the time.
The well-known böttcherstraße is damaged. Bremen once lived through global trade - port is now mainly for deliveries of the allies of the English and American zone of in Germany.
Bremen today - the image of a city that wants to win back their validity as a traditional marketplace.
04. updates soon: b. Greece, Greece is currently the focus of international politics. A Commission of the United Nations travelled the country in the Interior, to investigate the diverse problems on the spot. Arduous trips - by car and horse - is the scene of the riots and the emergency. Call disputes and unclear boundary conditions leave the country does not come to rest.
Also camps are attended by the representatives of the United Nations. All parties have their say, so that can form an objective judgment the Commission of all contentious issues.
(b). Penicillin inventor visited Vienna in honor of the discoverer of penicillin, Sir Alexander Fleming, who came to Vienna, a reception took place Instead of in the Ministry of education. Federal Minister Hurdes praised the contribution of the great British Explorer. His discovery prevented the outbreak of mass epidemics after this war.
Official British and Austrian personalities took part in the reception as well as many scientists, among them Chancellor Figl.
c. the pen King Milton Reynolds undertook world flight from New York with the intention to break the previous world record of around 91 hours a flight around the world. In a converted fighter bomber Reynolds flew with two companions about Paris, Cairo, Calcutta to Shanghai. The next stage was Tokyo, where friendly geishas welcome the record flight.
It continued through Alaska back to New York, where Reynolds landed again after just 79 hours. The new world record holder sprinkled fountain pen brand "Reynolds" with the enthusiastic crowd upon his arrival.
The route travelled by him amounted to around 28,000 kilometers. The 80 days that dreamed a Jules Verne for the trip around the world, have become still no 80 hours.
03. pictures of the reconstruction: Hanomag Hanomag works, once the manufacturer of the famous, A lot bewitzelten and much-loved small cars, today, are the main providers of German Agriculture.
After heavy war damage is the production of tractors in constant and considerable rise. Some 200 agricultural tractor from two different types of leave monthly the expansive factory halls, furnished according to the most modern technical aspects. The Hanomag, is essentially independent with our own workshops for castings and forgings, as well as for engine and transmission manufacturing up on supplies from specialized industries.
Each engine passes the test. When is the mounting of the tug on the Assembly line. In addition generate the Hanomagwerke with its 4000-strong workforce of road tractors, different types of trailers and spare parts of all kinds.
As a valuable aid for agriculture are the Hanomagwerke at the top of the German production of tractors. Their products by the first tillage To find to harvest a versatile use.
06. the first film in the American zone is turned movie start in Geiselgasteig in the remaining undamaged film studios in Geiselgasteig near Munich. He has the title "Between yesterday and tomorrow!"
The procurement of material for the buildings, the costumes and the extensive technical apparatus is difficult. Pick up! -Each nail is precious!
The destroyed Regina Palace Hotel in Munich is the main scene of the action. Crucial scenes play here in the ruins. The reality today is the background for many events of this film. And then - one of wonder as they exist only in the film. The Hall of the Hotel rises again at the film studio in Geiselgasteig. The staircases, stairs, everything exists, as it once was. And the hotel manager of the past is now the actor Victor Staal. Spotlight on! The cameraman is the light for a scene with Sybille Schmitz and Victor de Kowa. And while makeup, lighting, sound engineer, and the many other helpers of the technical staff make final preparations, the Director Harald Braun rehearsing with the actors.
Ilse Werner - an expert guest in the Studio - and Winnie Markus, one of the main characters. Christer Löck Willy Birgel and Victor Staal, which are rotation-free at the moment.
Now picture of the rehearsed scene. 10 hours work in the Studio revealed a scene that takes place in 2-3 minutes on the screen as an episode at the Regina Palace Hotel in his film form... arises between yesterday and tomorrow 07 sport: a. Forest run start to the German forest country Championships. With the participation of 80 athletes from all four zones a German forest cross country Championships held in Kassel to the erstenMale 12 years back.
The race, ran away from the start in Very much a good pace, and soon formed a group that stayed together over the whole distance of six kilometers.
Through parking areas and along rivers is the target. Munich, almost indistinguishable from a foot injury recover Eberlein, ran a big race. He moved up to close to the winner - Josef Legge, Bochum, who won in 19 minutes, 27 seconds.
Eberlein secured the Sportverein 1860 Munich also Rot-Weiss Oberhausen team victory with his second place.
b. cycling wheel remote drive are a tugging ice tasting for material and driver. The traditional race was Berlin-Cottbus-Berlin as a specimen - and more: a dogged struggle of the Knights of the pedal. 80 participants, the elite of professional drivers, went over a distance of 260 km. in 1909, the race for the first time has been shut. -This is the 30th time. Everything on wheels that has a name is also in 1947.
By Cottbus it goes back, the goal against.
It was a ride of the incidents. Crashes and glitches threw promising candidates out of the race. Only one-third of the launched riders reached the finish.
Hermann Schild, Chemnitz won finally with a time of 7 hours and 14 minutes.
c. water skiing ski season in Florida.
Their first tour with the beginner's course at a wonderful powder snow - excuse me, in the glorious water dust.
Now the Advanced. Everyone adheres so well or so complicated it is.
The instructors here waives the otherwise so important "template" and goes Instead of its full backing.
A small turn liner under the motto: "fresh, pious, cheerful, wet!"
At the end, as it should be for hearty skiers, a jumping competition. Yes - since no eye stays dry!
01. May-day everywhere
As the rest of the world in Germany, too, celebrated the 1st of May as festival of the workmen and day of unity among the people.
The Berlin highlight of the day was a demonstration held in the "Lustgarten." At May-day's eve the "Sportpalast" was the scene of an impressive meeting addressing particularly the younger generation of Berlin.
In Munich all Workers met on the "Theresienwiese" in front of the statue of the "Bavaria." The Bavarian Trade Union conducted this demonstration which included - besides speeches - also orchestra- and vocal performances by the workers.
In Hamburg, in spite of the rainy day, 60 000 workers and employees marched through the streets to the grounds of the exhibition "Planten un Blomen," where among others the chairman of the Hamburg T.U.s addressed the audience.
In Essen the same picture: Workers marching and speakers addressing the [...]sses. In thousands of small towns and villages May-day was held in the traditional manner - f.i., here in Ebenhausen, Bavaria. After a processi[...]a through the village a dance under the May-tree ends the Day of all Workers
02. The Fire Disaster of Texas City
The North American harbour town Texas City was hit by a tremendous fire and explosion disaster. For days this tragedy dominated the headlines of the American press.
An explosion on a French freighter was the direct cause for the catastrophe.
Burning rains set the Benzol-containers of a chemical factory afire - and shortly after refineries and 50 oil-tanks were burning. Poison gas spread over the harbour and the city. For 24 hours Texas City was cut off from the outer world.
Among the population a panic broke out. Again and again huge fires started. The endles explosions had the power of a volcano eruption.
Up to now one-third of Texas City is destroyed. More than one thousand people were killed and three thousand badly hurt. The damage uns up to 30 million Dollars.
Texas has become a ghost town after the fire and was evacuated by its inhabitants.
03. Bremen to-day
The old Hanse town of Bremen has lost more than 40% of its housing capacity of 60 000 Houses about 25 000 were demolished.
Many famous historical buildings as the "Stadtwaage," the "Kornhaus," and the "Packhauszeilen" do not longer exist.
The market place with its historical buildings escaped undamaged.
The "Roland" - Bremen's landmark - is intact, as well the city-hall, a magnifiecent building of the 15th century. The cathedral on the other hand has been damaged and is at present undergoing repairs.
The famous Boettcher-Street has also suffered. Bremen once prospered by her world-wide trade - now her harbour is a reception centre for imports of the Allies for the British and American Zone in Germany.
Bremen to-day - the picture of a city which is endeavouring to regain its Importance as a traditional centre of commerce.
04. Actualities in brief:
At present Greece is a focal point of international politics. A UN Commission undertook a trip into the interior of the country to inspect the manyfold problems at its place of birth. The dangerous drive by car and on horseback to the scene of troubles and want. Innerpolitical quarrel and also obscure border conditions do not let the country come to rest.
The representatives of the UN inspect prison camps, too. All parties are heard in order to get an objective view on all problems in question.
b. Penicillin discoverer visits Vienna
A great reception was held at the Ministery of Education in honour of the famous discoverer of Penicillin, Sir Alexander Fleming, who visited Vienna.
Federal Minister Hurdes lauded the merit of the great British scientist, whose discovery prevented the danger of mass epidemic after the war.
Besides many scientists, the reception was attended by official British and Austrian personalities.
c. World flight
The Fountain Pen-King, Milton Reynolds, started on a world flight from New York in order to break the existing record of 91 hours. Reynolds and his two companions first flew via Paris, Kairo, Kalkutta to Shanghai. Their next stop was Tokyo where they were received by friendly Geishas.
And on they flew over Alaska back to New York where they landed after 79 hours. A Jules Verne once dreamed of 80 days for a round trip of the globe. To-day it takes less than 80 hours.
The Hanomag Factories which once produced the famous, much lampooned and much beloved midget motor-cars, are now one the most important suppliers of agriculture.
After the heavy damages of the war were repaired, the production of tractors is gradually increasing. Appr. 200 field tractors leave each month the large work halls which are fitted with the most modern equipment.
The plant has its own workshops for casting and for motor and gear making, and is thus independent exept for deliveries of specialised parts.
Each finished motor has to pass examination. Then, the tractor is put together on the assembly line. Besides tractors the plant with its 4000 employees produces steam rollers, trailers of different types and spare parts of all kinds.
The production of the Hanomag plant is an invaluable help for the farmer who uses Hanomag machines from the ploughing of the fields to the threshing of the corn.
06. Filmproduction resumed in Geiselgasteig
The first feature-film in the American Zone is now in production in the undamaged Geiselgasteig Studios near Munich. The film has the title: "Between Yesterday And To-morrow."
Here, as everywhere else, material for the sets, the costumes and the large technical apparatus is in short supply.
Pick it up! Each nail is precious!
The damaged Regina Palace Hotel in Munich is one of the principal scenes of the film. Here, inmidst the ruins, decisive incidents of the screenplay are staged. The reality of to-day forms the background for many parts of this feature.
And then - one of the miracles which unfortunately only happen in the movies - the lobby of the hotel is reconstructed in the Geiselgasteig studios. The stairs, the entrance and everything else is recreated as it was before. And the hotel-manager once upon a time is to-day the actor, Victor Staal. Lights! The cameraman sets the light for a scene with Sybille Schmitz and Victor de Kowa. And while the makeup-man, light electricians. sound engineer and all the other collaborators of the technical staff finish their last preparations director Harald Braun rehearses with the actors.
Ilse Werner - an expert guest in the studio - and Winnie Markus, one of the stars.
Carsta Löck, Willy Birgel and Victor Staal who - at present - have [...]cess.
Now the shooting of the rehearsed scene. Ten hours of work in the studio produces a scene which only lasts 2 to 3 minutes on the screen.
Thus an episode in the Regina Hotel comes to life ... in its filmic shape ... between yesterday and to-morrow.
a. Forest Race
In Kassel 80 runners from all four Zones compete in the German Forest Race Championship, the first to be held after 12 years. Right from the beginning a leading group forms and keeps close together over the whole distance of 6 kilometers.
Through parks and along rivers they run to the winning pole. Eberlein, Munich, just recovered from a leg injury, ran a great race. He comes close to the winner: Josef Legge, Bochum, 19 min., 27 sec.
Eberlein was second and thus scored the team victory for "1860 Munich" before "Rot Weiss" Oberhausen.
b. Bicycle race
Long distance cycle races are a wear and tear test for material and rider. The traditional race Berlin-Cottbus-Berlin was such a test. 80 competitors, the cream of the profissionals, drove a distance of 260 kilometers.. In 1909 the race was held for the first time. This one is the 30th. In 1947, too, every star performer is on the track.
In Cottbus they turn back. It was a thrilling race: crashes and break-downs threw prospective competitors out of the race. Only one-third of the starting teams reached the winning pole. Herman Schild, Chemnitz, won in 7 hours and 14 Minutes.
c. Water skiing
Water-skiing season in Florida.
First the beginners, then the adepts.
An acrobat on water skis!
Finally a jumping championship in the water.
Persons in the Film
Birgel, Willi ; Braun, Harald ; Figl, Leopold ; Fleming, Alexander ; Hurdes ; Kowa de, Victor ; Löck, Carsta ; Markus, Winnie ; Reynolds, Milton ; Schmitz, Sybille ; Staal, Victor ; Werner, Ilse ; Eberlein ; Legge, Josef ; Schild, Hermann
Kassel ; Berlin ; Florida ; Hanover ; Ebenhausen ; Bremen ; Texas City ; Munich ; New York ; Greece ; Vienna ; Hamburg ; Food
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