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.
01 food from the sea now has their main fishing season to coastal fisheries. On the Baltic Sea, the small, barely 20-metre-long boat in flotillas drive to the Swedish coast. Often the boats that operate on the high seas such as Nutshells, stay three or four days on the road. Two work together and haul the net between them.
The average yields are 150 quintals fish per boat.
Also, the crab fishing on the North Sea coast, between Büsum and St. Peter, has begun this year under good conditions. The crabs are distributed mainly because of its low durability in coastal areas.
So, a particularly important role in the present food crisis falls to the German coast fisheries in the North Sea and Baltic Sea.
The food from the sea helps to improve the rates of food and at the same time ensures a variety of kitchen receipt.
04. images from all over the world: a. Arms and war materiel for modern needs production recycled steel helmets, United States also the resource-rich America. So, the steel works in San Francisco process 150,000 steel helmets, originally for marine forces in the Pacific Theater! were destined.
The high content of the steel helmets of Tin and magnesium makes especially their use in the production of household and kitchen appliances.
b. Solar Eclipse, Brazil scientists from 10 Nations gathered in Brazil, to observe the total solar eclipse. She was visible only in a narrow strip of Central Brazil.
Most modern instruments are used for observation. In addition to the astronomers other researchers engaged in the observation of meteorological operations and cosmic radiation.
The Moon moves from the Sun. His shadow covers it completely.
And here a time lapse recording. The total eclipse of the Sun took 228 seconds, so not quite four minutes.
(c). Blue Bird of the famous English racing driver Sir Malcolm Campbell wants to improve his own world record in the powerboats. His new boat "Bluebird two" is as the first boat in the world equipped with Jet Propulsion.
The previous record, set in 1939 Sir Malcolm Campbell, located at 227 km/h.
Sports showman explained it would be for the record attempt, mainly, to stay with the boat out of the water rises below the speed.
03. England: The Derby day of Derby in England. This classic race at the same time sports festival, folk entertainment, holiday and mass trip is for 164 years. A colorful picture of busyness, betting fever, fair Carnival, fashion show and sporting high-voltage.
Hundreds of thousands watch the race. England takes part in it. The King and Queen and Princess Elisabeth go to their Lodge.
Off it goes the distance of 1 1/2 miles. They're almost 2 1/2 miles. The hot favourite is ' Tudor minstrel "make the race? It seems so. Because ' Tudor minstrel "leads almost. Still, the field is located close together. There, a French horse "Pearl Diver" in the top tier moves outside. And now, the most dramatic moment of the race: "Pearl Diver" happens the Favorites ' Tudor minstrel "and goes to the top.
The French horse wins more and more ground and eventually leads to the target with four lengths. The slow motion camera shows the unexpected, but superior victory of "Pearl Diver."
the totaliser for the victory of the French outsider in the Derby in 1947 paid 400 for 10.
02. streiflichter from Germany: a. interzonal book exhibition at the Charlottenburg Castle in Berlin opened the interzonal exhibition "The new book", which organised the Berlin magistrate in connection with Berlin publishers and booksellers.
Brigadier General Hinde, the British military Governor, in the opening speech. Plaques for 3, Empire outlawed German writer.
The representatives of all four occupying powers to visit the booths of the exhibition "The new book".
The show includes a total 4,500 books and 280 periodicals. 700 volumes of foreign literature complement the exhibition, which gives an overview of the new German literature after the war.
b. voluntary for the Ruhr mining in Frankfurt am Main, the 1000th reports Ruhr volunteers from the American zone. At the same time, 400 volunteers for the Ruhr mining could are handled for the first time in a week.
This was the occasion for a small, hosted by the Hessian Government celebration, attended by representatives of the military Government.
All the speakers stressed that Germany's fate with the coal production stands or falls. Therefore, each volunteer is an immediate helper in the reconstruction of the whole country. Peter Dorn, the 1000th volunteer, was sent with a wreath and a gift on the journey.
c. a gathering place of rescued church bells is bells Hamburg today. in 1942, the Nazis issued a Decree according to which every German parish had to deliver all the bells one to melt a. Nevertheless, 90 percent of the bells survived the war. In Hamburg alone 12,800 bells of various kinds, which now returning after careful review of their origin and current status in their hometown.
These bells from southern Germany will be returned on the waterway.
And now the obtaining of the bells in the hometown. Here an example. With festively decorated horse and carts they will be picked up in the port of Würzburg and in the neighboring village of Rimpar.
In solemn procession, the population led the bells to the Church where they are consecrated. The bells, once again peaceful purposes since 1000 years symbol of faith.
Children's race, big race of the small driver in Ulm Ulm. Preparations for the launch of egg crates and similar Companion. Everything is built from waste material itself.
Weighing of cars and drivers; It starts in several weight classes - as the major.
And as the big race guns, these small stucco and Carraciolas To try to get everything out of their car. You go almost as fast as the tram.
With strength and endurance, it goes down the mountain, and without engine damage everyone on the target.
And now the great price of Ulm.
Congratulations and wreath for the winner.
05. on the 100th birthday of the stamp in New York, the largest international exhibition of postage stamps found Instead of on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the postage stamp. Eagerly and enthusiastically the army of stamp collectors all over the world followed this giant exhibition of small treasures. Even President Roosevelt was an avid philatelist. His image now appears on the postage stamps of many countries. Loans from the collections of Rossevelts and the King of England, who owns the largest private collection in the world, are among the many rarities of the exhibition.
The small pieces of colored paper on this show represent a value of over $100 million.
The most valuable item in the exhibition is a small, black brand of British Guiana with a par value of one cent. It stands today with $50,000 in the course and suggests that even the famous Blue Mauritius.
In its 100 years of existence it has come a long way the stamp.
06. animals on holiday if the food doesn't come to the animals, then the animals just to feed... According to this motto, 45 animals of the animal park Hagenbeck at Stellingen began a holiday these days. They come in the London Zoo and fed up there for three years with the necessary calories. Then they return to Germany.
Still, they are unaware of their treatment and are resisting violent - but to no avail the loading.
Goodbye remains still a treat, so the home in good memory.
Now, it goes on the journey... In the modern Noah's Ark, it is above the water, and then in the new environment, the London Zoo.
Succeeds the first water landing, it acclimatizes soon and the Kangaroo jumps in the already large...
01. Food from the sea
Costal fishing is at its peak now. On the Baltic the lettle 20 meter cutters go as far as the Swedish coast.
The boats, which look like nutshells on the sea often stay out for three or four days. Two boats operate together and carry the net between them.
The average haul per boat is 150 hundredweight.
Shrimp fishing on the North Sea coast has started this year under good conditions between Büsum and St. Peter. The shrimps are formed mostly in the coast district.
German coastal fishing in the North Sea and Baltic have an important part in helping solve the present food crisis.
Food from the sea helps to improve rations and also makes the bill of fare more interesting.
02. News Flashes from everywhere:
a. Steel Helmets, USA
Even America, which is rich in raw material, uses up war-material for the production of household goods. This steel factory in San Francisco reclaims 150.000 steel helmets which were made for the Navy in the Pacific Theatre.
The high percentage of tin and magnesium in these helmets makes them especially usefull in the production of household good.
b. Eclipse of the Sun, Brazil
Scientists of 10 nations met in Brazil to study the total eclipse of the sun. The phenomena was only visible in a small part of central Brazil.
Up-to-date instruments are used for observation.
Besides the astronomers, other scientists study the meteorological occurrence.
The moon passes before the sun and covers it entirely.
And here pictures taken with the time-accelerator camera.
The total eclipse lasted for 228 seconds - not quite four minutes.
c. Blue Bird
The famous racing driver Sir Malcolm Campbell is trying to improve his own world record in motor boat driving. His new boat Blue Bird II is the first jet-propelled boat.
His former record attained in 1939 was 227 kilometers per hour. The sportsman declared that his special care in the new record must be not to exceed a speed which would lift the boat out of the water.
Derby Day in England. For 164 years this classic race is a great day for everybody. A colourful picture of the activity, the fever of betting, fashion show, and sporting thrill. Hundreds of thousands see the race. The whole of England awaits the result. The King, the Queen and the Princesses enter the Royal box. Off they go over the track of 1 and 1/2 miles. Is the favourite,"Tudor Minstrel", going to win? Well, it looks like it. "Tudor Minstrel" is leading. The field is still bunched.
Now the French horse "Pearl Diver" reaches the leading group. And now the most thrilling moment of the race: "Pearl Diver" passes the favourite and takes the lead.
The French horse gains more and more and wins by four lengths. the slow motion camera records the unexpected victory of "Pearl Diver". 40 to 1 were the odds on the victory of the French outsider in the Derby of 1947.
04. News Flashes from Germany:
a. Interzonal Exhibition
In Berlin's Charlottenburg Castle the interzonal exhibition "The New Book" has been opened. The arrangements were made by the Berlin Magistrates in cooperation with Berlin publishers and book dealers. Brig. Gen. Hinde, British Military Governor, made the inaugural speech. Commemorative tablets for the German writers who where shun in the Third Reich.
Representatives of all four Occupational Forces visited the different displays.
The exhibition contains 4.500 books and 280 weeklies. 700 examples of foreign literature complete the show which gives a survey on present German literature.
b. Volunteers for the Ruhr
In Frankfurt/o. Main the 1000th volunteer to the Ruhr was enlisted. He came from the American Zone. At the same time 400 volunteers in one week were recorded.
This was the occasion of a little party arranged by the Hesse Government at which representatives of Military Government participated. All speakers pointed out that Germany's fate goes up or down with coal production.
Therefor each volunteer is a direct help in the reconstruction of the land. Peter Dorn, the 1000th volunteer, with a wreath and a gift was sent on his Ruhr journey.
c. Church Bells
Today Hamburg is a collection centre for rescued church bells. In 1942 the Nazis ordered every German community to deliver up all bells but one to be melted down. 90 % of these bells survived the war. In Hamburg alone there are 12.800 bells of various sizes which are being sent back to the owners after proper examination.
Here bells from Southern Germany are transported back by water. The arrival of the bells. In the harbour of Wurzburg they are unloaded and brought to the neighboring village of Rimpar.
The whole population accompanies the bells in a procession to the church, where the bells are blessed.
Bells, symbol of Christianity for 1000 years, now again serve peaceful purposes.
d. Children's Race, Ulm
The great race of the little drivers in Ulm. Preparations befor the start of soap-box and similar vehicles. Everything is made by the kids themselves.
Weighing-in of the competitors and the vehicles. The race is driven in several weight classes - just as the grown-ups do. And like the great champions the small Stuck's and Carraciola's try to go as fast as they can - and they drive as fast as the street car - well, almost as fast.
Down the hill - and without a crash everybody arrives at the winning post.
Now, the great Prize of Ulm.
Cheers and a wreath for the winner.
05. 100th Anniversary of the Postage Stamp
On the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the postage stamp, great international exhibition of stamps was shown in New York. Enthusiastic stamp collecters from the whole world follow the gigantic show of the little paper valuables.
President Roosevelt was a stamp fan. His head is shown on the stamps of many countries. Pieces out of the collection of Roosevelt, and the King of England, who has the greatest private collection in the world, are the main points of attraction.
The little coloured pieces of paper in this show represent a value of more than 100 million dollars.
The most precious piece is a little black 1 Cent stamp from British Guiana, which is worth 50.000 Dollars - - more than the Blue Mauritius.
During the 100 years of its existence the stamp has travelled far!
06. Animals on furlough
When food does not come to animals, they have to go to the food. So 45 animals of the Hagenbeck-Stellingen Zoo go on a trip to the Zoo in London, and will be fed there for three years. After that they will come back to Germany.
They still do not know about the reason for the journey and do not like the shipping.
In a modern Noah's Arke they go over the water and then to their new home, the London Zoo.
The first water landing goes well - they will get used to their new quarters. The Kangeroo is already taking it on the jump.
Persons in the Film
Dorn, Peter ; Elizabeth von England ; Elisabeth II. von England ; Georg VI. von England ; Hinde ; Campbell, Malcolm
Epsom ; England ; Ulm ; Berlin ; New York ; Frankfurt/Main ; Baltic Sea ; North Sea ; Würzburg ; Büsum ; San Francisco ; Brazil ; Hanover ; Hamburg
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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