01 bridges to the world - Frankfurt / Main: Dena transmitter Hamburg: German press service meeting participant and speaker at the commissioning of the transmitter. Kurt Frenzel, Chairman of the Management Board of the Dena, turn on the transmitter. Transmission tower. Meeting participants in the Hamburg City Hall during transfer of the service into German hands. Mayor Brewer in the audience, half-close. Mr. Sprigge Dr. Betz presented the license for the German press service, half-close. Fernschreiberinnen.
(32 m) 02. This was Wimbledon queues in front of cash. Visitors at the entrance of the Center Court. Visitors with veil hats. Play on different courses, totally. At a stand post cards of the tennis players. Viewers turn heads, half-close. Viewers with paper helmets as a protection against the Sun, half-close. Among the last eight only two European players. Yvon Petra, France, close to half the game with long trousers and hat. Audience clapping. The Czech Drobny will take ball, half-close. Semi-finals women: Margaret Osborn, United States, defeated opponent. You also wins the final. Margaret Osborn, great. Finals of men: Jack Kramer, United States, plays against Tom Brown, United States. Judge on his chair. Jack Kramer wins and jumping over the net, totally. King George Cup, he presented, close to half. In addition to King George, Queen Elizabeth is.
(60 m) 03 Summary reports from Germany a. Berlin: demolition of the Zoo bunker of the bunker, total. English pioneers in preparations for the demolition. Demolition. Bunker collapses. Large cloud of smoke. Cameraman in protecting a house films. The exploded bunkers, large. Occupying troops from the debris.
(30 m) b. desert axes / Rhön: coal extraction cage runs the St. Barbara Grube with brown coal. Hauer in the mining of coal. Miners push Loren from Earth tunnel. Coal will be paid out of cage in wagons.
(22 m) c. ornithological Scharhörn man goes through sand of the North Sea Island. Flock of birds. Seagull in the dune grass, great. Men see through binoculars. Hatched from Seagull next to two eggs. Seagull is caught and ringed, great. Foot ring, large. Man throws Gull to fly in the air. Flock of birds before sunset.
(31 m) 04. The world's fastest people a. California: Colonel Boyd nozzle flight record Colonel Boyd with flying helmet, large. Jet rolls before aircraft hangar. Flying jet aircraft designed in total. Men on measuring instruments.
(22 m) b. England: John Cobb, speed record for cars John Cobb, racecar, half-close. Streamlining of the car is placed. Race, great.
(14 m) 05 80 years Bethel Bethel, total. Sister with bouquet goes through Park and lay down flower bouquet on the grave of Friedrich Bodelschwingh. Bust of the founder of the Institute Friedrich Bodelschwingh. Home occupants sit on chairs and sun loungers in the garden. Sisters play with children circle games. Work in the garden. Young woman on a loom. Man watch workshop. Worship in the open air.
(36 m) 06. Updates soon a. Paris: Ministerial Conference Marshall plan Ernest Bevin at the arrival to the negotiation, great. Bidault speaks, half-close. Bevin, delivering speech as the elected Chairman, total. (Economic and non-political character of the meeting).
(15 m) b. Rome: visit of Eva Peron in Vatican children waving flags. Eva Peron waves of aircraft stairs, half-close. Eva Peron is directed to the audience to Pope Pius XII.
(15 m) 07 sport a. Düsseldorf: Football Championship of the British zone of HSV - Borussia Dortmund 1-0 game scenes, totally. Scene at the Jarpenguin gate. HSV player misses on the target. Goalkeeper warning keeps ball, half-close, and is shot down by the gate. HSV shoots a goal to 1:0 viewers, screen. Borussia's corner has a shot blocked. Richard Dörfel receives wreath, half-close. The team of HSV, total.
(36 m) b. Cologne: boxes. Heavyweight Championship: Hein ten Hoff - Jean Kreitz draw stroke change of the Boxer, half-close. Jean Kreitz goes to the ground, fighting continued. Final gong. Hein ten Hoff with wreath, large.
01 bridges to the world: send messages and receive that bridges to the world. The new DENA transmitter was taken on the sacred floor near Frankfurt am Main.
The DENA, the news agency of the American zone, has built this 30 kilowatt transmitter place the transmitter burned in the previous year.
Kurt Frenzel, the Chairman of the DENA the Board of Directors, switches on the transmitter, which emits its broadcasts throughout Germany and Europe.
And a step to the establishment of a free, independent German intelligence: the news agency, the British zone, the "German press service" in German was convicted in Hamburg hands. In a ceremony in the City Hall, the Chief of British control of information, Mr. Sprigge, presented the license to Dr. Betz, the Chairman of the DPD.
The news agencies of the American and British zones hit the bridges in the world.
02. This was Wimbledon for the second time after the war, Wimbledon moved the Mecca of the tennis athletes, the masses under its spell,. On the playgrounds and the grandstands, formally crackled the tension that repeatedly raises this oldest and largest tennis tournament in the world. Wimbledon went on to its old form.
Only two Europeans were among the last eight of the tournament.
Yvon Pétra, France, last year's winner.
The Czech Drobný - obviously a temperamental player. Both were eliminated.
Among women, the American representatives showed a very precise, hard tennis, which were not up to the other players. Here the semi-finals. Margaret Osborn prevailed over all other competitors and won the final against her compatriot Doris Hart 6-2, 6-1.
The King and the Queen of England had appeared to the men's final.
2 Americans, Tom Brown and Jack Kramer deny this endgame. Clear favorite is Jack Kramer. He has lost only a sentence in all games.
Both players show a hard, fast attacking game.
Jack Kramer won superior 6-1, 6-3, 6-2.
The winner of Wimbledon receives the coveted trophy from the hand of the King.
03. streiflichter from Germany: a. demolition of the Zoo bunker, Berlin in Berlin the former command bunker of the flak in the vicinity of the Zoological Garden was blown up. The detonation is preceded by extensive preparations and safety measures.
A special Department of British pioneers worked for three weeks so distributed 12 tons of explosives on the different floors of the huge concrete block. The bunker doors were sealed with sandbags. Then it was time.
Immediately after the explosion, the bunker in which sagged together and disappeared in a huge mushroom.
In the days of the blowing up of rested all traffic in the Western of part of Berlin. The bunker had a height of 40 meters and was built with extraordinary material. 25,000 tons of Ferro-concrete and 10,000 tons of cement now form a single pile of debris.
b. Brown coal in desert axes in the Rhön took the brown coal pit St. Barbara the first conveyor in operation, which was built since the war in the American zone.
The mine was closed until 1945. Today it has a feat of the day again.
The small staff of 120 men working in three shifts and promotes daily up to hundred tonnes of brown coal. With the critical fuel situation in the Rhön is also this post of mine essential.
c. Bird Observatory, the North Sea Island of Scharhörn is a branch of the former Heligoland Bird Observatory, which relocated to Göttingen as a consequence of the war events with their collections and archives. Scharhörn, small, located between Cuxhaven and Helgoland nature reserve, is a preferred meeting point of for migratory birds from all over the world and breeding ground of the various sea and shorebirds.
Here the animals in their way of life are observed, captured temporarily registered and ringed.
The "personal data" to be sent the Bird Observatory, which has the records of more than a million birds.
The ornithological Institute founded in 1910, has many valuable contribution to the study of bird life and the often mysterious bird migration.
04. the American Colonel Boyd in a Jet starts the fastest people in the world in California, to break the world speed record. The old record of 987 kilometers held by England. This time are to be achieved over a thousand km hour. A special route must be flew through four times.
And it succeeds! Colonel Boyd reached 1.005,6 kilometers per hour. -He is the fastest man in the world.
With this car the Englishman John Cobb has 1939 set the speed record for cars. 596 km/h.
After a thorough overhaul of the car, Cobb wants to start a new record attempt.
Streamlining can be used only after the driver has taken his place. Cobb wants to try to get this time to 650 km/h.
Colonel Boyd and Cobb are the fastest people in the air and on the ground... to the next record.
05. 8o Years Bethel the world-famous Bethel institutes in Bethel, near Bielefeld commemorated the 80th birthday of its existence.
They are inseparably linked with the name of their founder, Pastor Friedrich von Bodelschwingh.
The health city Bethel emerged from a nursing home for epileptics. Today, this town of mercy includes 60 nursing homes, hospitals, training centres and enterprises, with 6,500 inhabitants. Here, sick of all professions are looked after physically and mentally. But also refugees and displaced persons To find loving recording, as far as the accommodation conditions allow. Alone in 1946, over 30,000 people took care and accommodation. The son of the founder, Pastor von Bodelschwingh, who died in the previous years has received the institution of two world wars over and saved his Pfleglinge prior to the forced killing of national socialism.
Bethel is one of the most important agencies of the Evangelical Church of in Germany.
06. updates soon: a. Ministerial Conference, Paris at the Paris Conference to advise on the Marshall Plan 16 European countries took part. Main task of the meeting was establishing an organization which up to 1. September to design a European utility so, in the words of Foreign Minister Bidaults, "an inventory of needs and resources of the countries of Europe." The British Foreign Secretary Bevin was unanimously elected Chairman. In his opening speech, he stressed that the Conference was wearing an economic and not of a political nature.
b. Senora Peron Senora Eva Peron, formerly South American movie star, now wife of the Argentine President visited several European countries.
The now 27-year-old Senora Peron is the first woman in South America, which actively takes part in the State Affairs of her husband.
During their stay in Rome she was received by Pope Pius XII..
Here, Senora Peron will be directed to the audience.
07. sports: a. football, Dortmund before 50,000 spectators fought in the Düsseldorf Rhine Stadium Borussia Dortmund and Hamburg Sports Club to the Championship of the British zone. The Hamburger sport-Verein, white shirt, is away in the attack from kick-off.
Here a great opportunity for the people of Hamburg - they will be missed. Then comes Borussia, but Hamburg goalkeeper saves.
And here a goal for Hamburg.
It is 1: 0 for the representatives of Northern Germany, which remain in the attack.
And here a corner kick for Borussia, who is repelled by the Hamburg backs.
The last great opportunity for Hamburg: the Torwartvon Borussia missed the ball, but Hamburg's striker can not take advantage of the opportunity. -So it retains the result of 1-0.
The Hamburger sport-Verein has almost, but earned the Championship of the British zone won.
b. boxes, Ten Hoff before 30,000 spectators stood in the stadium Cologne Müngersdorf Ten Hoff Challenger Jean Kreitz from Aachen German heavyweight champion.
Ten Hoff has the advantage of longer range than the larger. Karimi is attacking Right away bravely. Aberschon evident in the early rounds, that may be not enough, seriously compromising Ten Hoff.
The struggle shows no particular highlights. Karimi must firstly to the ground, but is not attached, and continues to fight. The two boxers split draw. Keep Ten Hoff German heavyweight champion.
He Once again got away with a slap on the wrist...
01. Bridges into the world:
Transmitting and receiving means building bridges to the rest of the world. At Heiligenstock near Frankfurt o/Main the new DENA radio station was put into operation. DENA, German information agency of the US. Zone, has built this 30 kilowatt station after the former station was destroyed by fire last year. Kurt Frenzel, chairman of the DENA managing committee, switshes in the sender which transmits its information over Germany and all of Europe.
And another step to establish a free and self-responsible German Information service: In Hamburg, information agency of the British Zone, DPD, was put into German hands.
Mr. Sprigge, Chief of British Information Control, hands the license over to the chairman of DPD at a ceremony in Hamburg's City Hall. The information agencies of the American and British Zones build bridges to the world.
For the second time since the war Wimbledon, Mecca of tennis, attracted the masses. There is a thrill on the field and in the stands for Wimbledon presents the world's blue-ribbon tennis. tournaments. Among the last eight competitors were only two Europeans.
Yvon Petra, France, winner of last year's championship. And Drobny, CSR., spirited player. Both were eliminated.
Among the women the representatives of America presented tough but extremely precise play -- and all the other competitors were no match for them. Here is the semi-final. Margaret Osborn wins the game against her countrywoman Doris Hart, with a score of 6:2, 6:1.
The King and Queen watch the men's final.
Two Americans met for this game, Tom Brown and Jack Kramer. Kramer is an easy winner.
He only last one round.
Both players demonstrated hard, fast attacking play. Jack Kramer won 6:1, 6:3, 6:2.
The winner receives the precious cup from the King's hands.
03. News Flashes From Everywhere:
a. Blowing up the Zoo Air-Raid Shelter, Berlin
In Berlin the former AA Headquarters air raid shelter near the Zoo was blown up. Extensive preparation and measures of safety were taken. A special team of British engineers were busy for three weeks placing 12 tons of explosive in the different floors of the huge concrete building. The doors are closed with sand bags. All is set. Immediately after the explosion the shelter collapsed and disappeared in an enormous mushroom of smoke.
On the day of the blow-up all traffic in Berlin's West End was stopped.
The shelter was 40 meters high, and contained an unusual amount of material.
25.000 tons of iron concrete and 10.000 tons of cement are now a huge hill of ruins.
b. Brown Coal
The brown coal pit at St. Barbara in Wuestensachsen/Rhoen put the first deliveries into operation in the US. Zone since the war.
Until 1945 the pit was closed. To-day it has a considerable daily output.
The small crew of 120 men works in three shifts, and hauls up to 100 tons of coal per day. Considering the fuel shortage in the Rhoen district, this contribution is of great importance.
c. Bird Paradise
The North Sea Island of Scharhoern is a branch of the former Helgoland Vogelwarte (Ornithologie Institute) which was evacuated during the war with all its collections and libraries to Goettingen.
Scharhoern, a little natural reservation, is a meeting place for birds of passage from all countries, and many sea birds and coast birds breed here.
The birds can easily be observed, caught, registered marked with rings and released.
The dates on each bird are sent to the Vogelwarte, which already has a card index of more than a million birds.
Established in 1916 this institute contributed many scientific observations to the science of bird life and the mysterious migrations of birds.
04. The Fastest Man in the World
In California Col. Boyd took off in a jet-propelled plane to break the world's record. The old record at 987 kilometers is held by England. This time Col. Boyd tried to attain 1000 kilometers per hour. A special distance had to be covered four times.
And he succeeded! Col. Boyd reached 1.005,6 KPH - - and is the fastest man on the globe.
Mith this car the Englishman John Cobb recorded a speed of 596 KPH in 1939. After the car has been carefully overhauled Cobb will try for another record.
The stream-lined top can be put on the car only after the driver has taken his place. This time Cobb will try to attain 650 KPH.
Colonel Boyd and Cobb are the fastest men in the air and on earth ... .. tili the next record is broken.
05. Bethel's 80th Anniversary
The world-famous Bodelschwingh establishment in Bethel, near Bielefeld, celebrated its 80th anniversary. This establishment is inseparably connected with the name of its founder: Pastor Friedrich von Bodelschwingh.
The hospital town of Bethel started as a nursing home for epilepties. To-day this town contains 60 nursing homes, hospitals, schools and business houses, with 6.500 inhabitents. Here, sick people of every type are physically and psychologically cared for. But refugees and banished people are also admitted to help the housing shortage. In 1946 more than 30.000 people found a home here.
Pastor Fritz von Bodelschwingh, son of the founder who died last year, has kept this establishment running through two world wars, and saved his patients from death by the Nazis.
Bethel is one of the most important relief establishments of the Protestant Church in Germany.
06. Actualities in Brief:
a. Minister's Conference, Paris
16 European states took part in the Paris conference to discuss the Marshall Plan.
The main task was to create an organisation which will project a European Relief Programme up to September 1st; according to Foreign Minister Bidault's words:" an inventory of the needs and resources of the European countries."
Foreign Minister Bevin was elected chairman unanimously in his inaugural speech he pointed out that the conference had an economical, and not a political character.
b. Senora Peron
Senora Eva Peron, former South American film star, now wife of the Argentine President, has been visiting European countries. 27 year-old Senora Peron is the first woman in South America to take an active part in the political work of her husband.
During her stay in Rome she was received by Pope Pius XII. Senora Peron is led to the audience.
07. a. Socker Match, Dortmund
Borussia - Dortmund and the Hamburg Sport Club met at the Dusseldorf Rhine Stadium, before 50.000 sport fans for the British Zone Championship.
The Hamburg Sport Club - in white shirts - attacks right from the beginning.
Here is Hamburg's great chance - - missed! Then Borussia gains - but Hamburg's goal keeper saves the goal.
And here - goal for Hamburg.
1 : 0 for the representatives of North Germany - - who are still on top.
Corner ball for Borussia, which Hamburg defends.
The last chance for Hamburg. Borussia's goal keeper misses the ball, but Hamburg's forward cannot convert. At the end the score is 1 : 0.
The Hamburg Sport Club has won the championship of the British Zone.
At Cologne-Muengersdorf Stadium the German heavy weight champion Ten Hoff met his challenger Jean Kreitz, Aachen, before 30.000 fans.
Being taller, Ten Hoff had the advantage of greater range. Kreitz immediately attacked. But in the first rounds it became evident that he was no match for Ten Hoff.
The fight produced no special thrilling moments. Kreitz went down once, but he fought on.
There was no decision. So, Ten Hoff is still German Heavy-weight Champion. He once again came off with a black eye ...
Persons in the Film
Boyd ; Brown, G. E. ; Betz, Pauline ; Bevin, Ernest ; Bidault, George ; Bodelschwingh von, Friedrich ; Brauer, Max ; Elizabeth von England ; Frenzel, Curt ; Georg VI. von England ; Peron, Juan ; Sprigge ; Cobb, John ; Dörfel, Charly Bernd ; Drobny, Jaroslav ; Kramer, Jack ; Kreitz, Jean ; Osborn, Margaret ; Petra, Y. ; Hoff ten, Hein ; Warning, Walter
Wimbledon ; Cologne ; Düsseldorf ; England ; Berlin ; Desert axes/Rhön ; Hamburg ; United States ; Rome ; Bethel ; Frankfurt ; Scharhörn ; Paris ; Frankfurt/Main
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