Welt im Film 108/1947 20.06.1947
01 food from the sea extends fishing boat. Fishing boat in the Baltic Sea. Fishing with nets in the fishing - fishing overtake networks. Crab fishing, sea gulls fly around the boat. Return of the boats in the evening. Fishing boats in the harbour with stretched out nets. Fish are distributed in boxes and on trucks. Sign at home "North Sea fish Hall". People at sale in the Hall.
(34 m) 02 images from all over the world a. San Francisco: From steel helmets kitchen appliance is steel helmets are sorted and melted down in steel mill for further processing as a kitchen utensil.
(18 m) b. Brazil: Solar Eclipse telescopes and instruments be placed for observation of the solar eclipse. The eclipsed sun sets behind the shadow of the moon. Time-lapse shots of the Eclipse.
(25 m) c. England: Sir Malcolm Campbell - powerboat world record race motor boat Bluebird II, great. Malcolm Campbell, big, very good. Campbell rises in his boat. Campbell at the wheel of the Jet-powered Rennbootes.
(17 m) 03. Epsom: Derby visitors to the Racecourse, total. Crier, speakers. Notice boards. Arrival of the Royal couple and Princess Elizabeth, total. Jockeys on horses, half-close. King and Queen and Princess Elizabeth in the lodge with binoculars, oblique from behind, close to half. Start. The race, total. The French horse Pearl Diver goes before the finish in leadership and overtaken the favourite Tudor minstrel. Pearl Diver WINS with four lengths ahead. Slow motion recording to go. Jockey on winning horse to race, half-close.
(53 m) 04. streiflichter from Germany a. Berlin: international book exhibition of British military Governor, Brigadier Hinde, in opening remarks, half close. Memorial plaque for outlaw writer during the Third Reich. Representatives of all four occupying powers and exhibition visitors visit book expenses.
(28 m) b. Frankfurt / Main: volunteers for the Ruhr mining miner Chapel plays. Young volunteers for the mining industry. Several speakers. Crew officer kill Peter Dorn, the 1000th volunteer a wreath and presented him with a gift.
(23 m) c. Hamburg: bells return home cranes at the port. Bells. Bell, great. Bells will be shipped with a crane on a ship. Bells run melåen on carriage to the Church in Würzburg. Population headed bells. The consecration of the Bell.
(29 m) d. Ulm: Soapbox young in Soapbox, large. Wheel is mounted on. Boy and cars will be weighed. Several riders in the race. The limit switch. Timekeeper. The winner will receive congratulations and wreath crew officer.
(31 m) 5th stamp exhibition in New York traffic in street of New York. People go through stamp exhibition. Man considers stamp through magnifying glass. Stamp sheet with Roosevelt, screen-filling motif. Exhibits from the collection of the King of England and President Roosevelts. Pope Pius brand under the magnifying glass, great. Small black mark from British Guinea, most valuable brand of the exhibition, large. (39 m) 06. Hamburg: animals from Hagenbeck animal park are for maintaining London sent guards go with Flamingo Park. Guards wearing Pelican. Guards drive Strauß in box. Kangaroo is driven in box. Elephant push cart with the boxes. Loading the boxes at the port. Ride on car in London. Keepers at London Zoo brings Pelican pond. Kangaroo jumps into the enclosure.
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Sachindex Wochenschauen; Libraries; Books; Bells; Trade, finance; Industry; fishing; motor boat race; Musical events; Postal, postal services; Horse riding, horse racing (without harness); Shipping; Soapbox; Yo-Yo; sports audience, sports spectator; Animals (except dogs); People; Meteorology; Transport: General; Zoo, Wildlife Park; Jobs; Exhibitions; Mining; Crew; Anniversaries, Jubilees, birthdays; Industrial; aftermath of war
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