01 process Buchenwald - decision shield on courthouse in Dachau, large, Dachau detachment was crimes group. The military judge sit in the courtroom. M.P., SS Josias Prinz zu Waldeck introduces the defendants and former General of the weapons, total. Prince Waldeck accepts his judgment first, great. Interpreter reads the verdict (life imprisonment), original sound. The judge calls Ilse Koch on production (sound). Ilse Koch is paraded, great. (Verdict: life imprisonment). Judges, great. The former camp commander Hermann Pister hears his sentence (death by strand). Various defendants are paraded, total.
(43 m) 02. streiflichter from Germany a. Salzuflen: Garden Festival by English and German garden Englishmen and Germans - fountain in the spa park. General McCreedy delivering opening speech, great. Elephant. English soldier poses with balls. Children run to the bet. Children, great.
(23 m) b. Stuttgart: prefabricated houses on export patterns show exhibition visitors visit prefabricated houses. The different types of houses.
(34 m) c. Wendelstein: Sun - Observatory the Observatory on the Summit of the Wendelstein, total. Close-up. large. Men with telescopes observe Sun. Picture of the Sun. Picture of solar flares on the Sun's surface.
(35 m) 03 returning from Russia sitting returnees with cookware at table and eat great. Soldier spreads rolling cigarette, big. The returnees for medical examination. Wrapped feet, tall. Returnees sit on bed in dormitory. Returnees receive discharge papers and cigarettes at release point. Returnees go through debris. You face shield of Arbeiterwohlfahrt. Returnees in distribution center of clothing with cloths to the feet. Shoes and clothing are available. Returnees walk down the stairs in Castle Hüffe in Westphalia, which was set up as a rest home, with sister. Returnees on deck chairs in the garden.
(59 m) 04. England: 91st birthday by Bernhard Shaw of Shaw's at London Manor. Rooms of the House. Garden shed, which may move to the Sun. Image of the late Mrs Shaw BB´s. relief of Shaw. Bernhard Shaw goes with schwenkendem cane in the Park. The housekeeper cover the table with grapes and fruit. Shaw enters the House.
(32 m) 5th tennis today and yesterday European tour top tennis player. Riggs, world champion of the pros play in the mixed doubles Donald Budge, multiple winner of Wimbledon, and Sarah Cooke, champion of the United States against Pauline Betz, world champion of the pros, and Bobby. Clapping audience. The four American sisters Sutton, best female tennis players at the turn of the century, great. They play in tennis clothes of yesteryear with hats and long skirt. World Champion Helen Wills congratulated the sisters.
(38 m) 06. The world's most advanced train the streamlined Expreß of Chicago-Los Angeles leaves At night from Chicago station. Steaming locomotive. Passengers in the dining cars and sleeping cars. Woman lays in the bed. Man in the shower itself. Man at the hairdresser. Panoramic view from the driver's cab and window of the moving train. Train head-on into the image. Train stops in Albuquerque in New Mexico. Ice and food are invited. The platoon leader in the driver's cab. Train. Trace the 3000 km long distance of Chicago Los Angeles map.
(53 m) 07. Cologne: 50 x German Athletics Championships high jumper, sprinters, hammer thrower. 110 m hurdles men: start and run. It wins Zepernik, Osnabrück. Long jump men: Luther, Hamburg, jumps. Measure. Luther WINS with 7.09 m 5000 m race: Warnemünde, Eberlein, Hamburg and Munich, fight for the victory. Warnemünde WINS with 15 minutes and 19.6 seconds. Javelin throw women: Mrs. Wolf, Nuremberg, it wins with 42,83 m. Mrs. Wolf, half-close. Starter is launching pad. 100 m run men: it wins Fischer, Krefeld, with 10.5 seconds. Fischer after the run, half-close. Athletes will be congratulated at award ceremony.
01 Buchenwald process: the ruling in Dachau was given four-month hearing in the trial of SS members, doctors and guards of the concentration camp Buchenwald the judgment.
Chaired by General Kiel, the American military court recognized all 31 accused guilty. The former General of the Waffen-SS, Josias Prinz zu Waldeck, accepted his judgment first.
(Original sound) Ilse Koch, the only woman in this process and so-called Kommandeuse from Buchenwald, was sentenced to lifelong imprisonment.
The former camp commander Hermann Pister was sentenced to death by hanging.
The death sentence was pronounced against 22 defendants, the other received long-term prison sentences.
Thus ended the trial of the Chief of the camp of Buchenwald, where 53,000 people were a terrible end.
02. streiflichter from Germany: a. : Garden party Salzuflen In the Kurpark of closed Salzuflen found Instead of a garden party, that sociable brought together German and English. General McCreedy opened the first event of its kind that will be repeated in other cities of the British zone.
Fair hustle and bustle, musical and sporting performances combined the guests in summer-colored part of the beautiful spa centre. At the same time, it was a children's Festival - a day of joy for the small participants of between the two Nations.
b. prefab House, Stuttgart on the export pattern show in Stuttgart, a settlement was built by factory-made prefabricated houses. All companies of the US zone in this area joined together at the suggestion of the military Government to a working group. The houses are manufactured formwork using local raw materials. The production works on modern and rational point of view. Completely novel is E.g. the production of walls that are already equipped with electrical and sanitary installations.
It goes without saying that they are at the moment only to a future planning. I draw the beginnings of a new development in the field of housing. This exhibition demonstrates the results of cutting-edge research and proves what can be done in this area in the future.
c. Solar Observatory on the Summit of the Wendelstein in the Bavarian Alps is an Observatory for solar physical research. The altitude of the station - the Wendelstein is more than 1,800 metres above sea level - is excellent observing conditions due to the purity of the air.
In a telescope, the sunlight in a complicated optical process is mirrored, observed and analyzed. The great tower of the Observatory has an Earth, a unit for the study of solar activity. The Wendelstein astronomers calculate also the documentation for the wireless weather advice.
The here photographed sunspot is so great that our Earth thirteen times it would To find space.
They [...]men here show massive gas eruptions on the surface of the Sun. Because what goes in the Sun on - the Coronagraph brings it on the day.
Returning from Russia at the border between the Russian and the Western zones arrive more and more German prisoners of war from the Soviet Union. The returnees come in the American and British zone in transit camps before they are sent to their homes. Women (in the wake of the former Wehrmacht) are among them.
A hospital train in Northern Bavaria, in Hammelburg, as a transit camp. Here, the returnees will receive food, medical care and the release papers. First of all, the sick and infirm were released from Russia. Only 16% are able to work Right away. The others need a special care before they can resume work.
The number of returnees varies. But are bigger shipments before the start of winter in sight.
With a March food, cigarettes and the ingestions, this Russia returning from a camp near Ulm go home. The transition to civilian life is for many of them to a difficult solvable problem.
The Arbeiterwohlfahrt and other organizations help as far as it is in their power. Collections in public and in the companies raise the funds, from which the returnees receive clothing and a tithe.
Each donation for these collections will help alleviate the suffering of these people. The call is issued to anyone who can help.
In Westphalia, the Red Cross has established the Castle Hüffe as a rest home for Russia returnees. Here you can enjoy six to eight weeks rest, relaxation and invigoration.
04. The indestructible Shaw at his country home near London the great poet George Bernard Shaw celebrated his 91st birthday. His house contains a wealth of memories. Likes to work here the rotating after the Sun Garden Cottage, in the Shaw. At the time, he writes a new piece. The portrait of his wife who died four years ago. And here's himself, the indestructible Shaw.
Noon: The housekeeper covers the table; Shaw is still an avid vegetarian.
From the Garden House small isn't strolling through the Park's Shaw to dinner.
The 91jährige is still the old: poet and philosopher, satirist and critic of the time - an original genius in the realm of the spirit.
05. tennis today and yesterday on their European tour visited the American top players in tennis also several German cities.
They showed world class tennis in shows and competitions. Donald Budge, multiple Wimbledon winner. Sarah Cooke, United States Champion. Pauline Betz, the best Berufsspielerin and Bobby Riggs, world champion of the professionals.
And here the tennis elite by... Yes, almost of yesteryear. The four American sisters Sutton dominated the women tennis of the world around the turn of the century. A charity sports celebrations they occasionally show, that they can still play.
At that time you said: is only a Sutton to beat a Sutton. And even today the old ladies are contesting tennis Amazons the youngest of them is over 60 years old. Attention on the backhand - congratulates an experts: the multiple former world champion Helen Wills.
06. the world's most modern train the streamlined Express Chicago-Los Angeles is the most modern train in the world.
At night, it goes from Chicago. The wagons built entirely of steel combines safety with convenience and modern space. The train leads joint lounges in addition to living - and sleeping-car, has bathrooms, Barber and observation car. Inside of the train is a constant average temperature, regardless of whether the ride through the winter landscape of the East or the deserts of the West leads.
The first interruption of the trip is in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Then, the journey continues. Farther to the West. After crossing the Valley of the Rio Grande, the Arizona desert will pass by.
The machine has 4,000 Horsepower and is powered by two diesel engines.
The 3,500-kilometre route of Chicago-Los Angeles is in the air for a distance of Moscow-Lisbon this massive removal is done in 40 hours. East and West of the United States are connected by the most modern train in the world.
07. Cologne: 50 x German Championships at the Cologne Stadium held the German Championships for the 50th time. With excellent weather and track conditions, over a thousand participants fought the decision. 18 new German year highs were the result of competitions.
Here the 110 metres hurdles. From the start leads Zepernik, Osnabrück. Zepernik WINS in 15.1 seconds. -Long jump of men. Winner was Luther, Hamburg, with 7 feet 9 inches.
In the 5,000 metres, Warnemünde, Eberlein, Hamburg and Munich are at the top. You are a bitter race.
Warnemünde WINS in 15 minutes, 19.6 seconds ahead of Eberlein. The women also showed excellent performances. In the Javelin, Mrs. Wolf, Nuremberg won with 42.83 meters.
Exciting runs of the men's 100 metres. In the final sprint Fischer WINS Krefeld, in 10.5 seconds. With these results the German athletes found connection to the international level.
01. Buchenwald Trial
After a four-month trial at Dachau against members of the SS, doctors, and guards of Buchenwald Concentration Camp, the sentences were pronounced. Under the Chairmanship of General Kiel, the American Military Tribunal found all 31 defendants guilty. Former General of the Waffen-SS, Josias Prinz zu Waldeck, was the first to hear his sentence.
Ilse Koch, the only woman among the defendants known as the Commandeuse of Buchenwald, was sentenced to life imprisonment. The former commander of the camp, Hermann Pister, wag sentenced to death by hanging. 22 of the accused were sentenced to death, and the rest to long terms of imprisonment. Thus the trial against those responsible for Buchenwald Camp, in which 53.000 people found a horrible death, was brought to its conclusion.
02. News Flashes From Germany:
a. Garden party, Salzuflen
The Kurpark of the brine-bath at Salzuflen was the scene of a garden party attended by Britains and Germans. General McCreedy opened this first meeting of its kind, which is scheduled to be repeated in other towns in the British Zone. The comings and goings in carnival musical and sporting events united the guests in the attractive frame of the beautiful Spa. At the same time a children's festival was held - - a merry day for the little participants from both nations.
b. Prefabricated houses, Stuttgart
An exhibition of pre-fabricated houses has been established at the Export-Fair grounds in Stuttgart.
At the suggestion of the Military Government, all factories in the U.S. Zonecooperated. The houses are built with a minimum of inland raw-material. Production is carried out by modern and rational methods. Entirely new, for instance, is themanufacturing of walls with complete electrical and sanitary fittings. It is only planning for the future, of course. But the beginning of new developments in house-building is definite. This show displays the results of topnotch technique, and demonstrates what can be done in future in this respect.
c. Sun Observatory
An observatory for sun-exploration is locatad on the peak of the Wendelstein in the Bavarian Alps, 1800 meters above sea level. This location has espacially good observation facilities. By a complicated optical proccss the sunlight is reflected in a telescope and analized. The great tower of the station has apparatus for exploring the activity of the sun. Here the scientists of the Wendelstein record the material for the radio weather forceast. This sun-spot, here photographed, is 13 times bigger then our earth. Here the camera shows immense gas explosions. The Koronograph records everything that happens on the sun.
03. Home-comers from Russia
More and more German P.O.W.'s from the Soviet Union arrive at the border-crossing between the Russian and the Western Zones. In the American and British Zone the home-comers must pass an examination, before they are released. Women too (employees of the former Wehrmacht) are among them.
In northern Bavaria, near Hammelburg, a Red Cross train is used as a discharge camp. Here the homecomers are f[...]d, treated by doctors, and then receive their discharge papers. The sick and disabled men are released first from Russia. Only 16% are able to work right away. The others need special care before they are fit for employment.
The number of the home-comerscannot be estimated, but larger transports are scheduled before the beginning of winter. With K-rations, cigarettes and their papers these home-comers from Russia leave a camp near Ulm. For many of them re-entering civilian life is a hard problem. The Workers Welfar and other organizations help as much as they can.
Collections in public and in factories supply the means with which the home-comers get cloths and some money. Each gift for these collections helps these people. This appeal is addressed to all who can help.
In Westphalia, the Red Cross has established Castle Hüffe as a recreation spot for Russia home-comers. Here they enjoy 6 weeks of rest and recreation.
04. Birthday of G.B.S
At his little country-seat near London the great poet George Bernard Shaw celebrated his 91th birthday. Hishouse contains amultitude of memories and souvenirs. Here is his little garden house, which can be turned toface thesun, which Shaw uses to work in. At present he is writing a new play. The portrait of his wife, who died 4 years ago. And here the poet himself, the imperishable Shaw. Lunch: his house-keeper prepares the table Shaw is still an enthousiastic vegetarian. Leaving his garden-house, Shaw goes to lunch after a little thoughtful stroll through the park. The 91-year-old is still the poet and pilosopher, satyrist and critic of his time, - an original genius.
To-day and Yesterday
On their European tour America's ace tennis-players visited several German towns. Donald Budge, several-time Wimbledon winner. Sarah Cooke, Champion of the U.S.A. Pauline Betz, the best professional. And Bobby Riggs, World Champion of the professionals. And here the tennis-camps of ... well, almost decadesago. In 1900 the four American Sutton sisters were the world-champions of women's tennis. On the occasion of a Welfare Sport Festival, they demonstrated that they still can play. In those days one used to say: only a Sutton is a match for a Sutton. Andeven today these old ladies are still active, allthough the youngest Sutton is over 60 years old. See that back-hand -- Congratulations from an expert: several-time former World Champion Helen Wills.
06. The Most Modern Train in the World
The Stream Line Express Chicago-Los Angeles is the most modern train in the world. At night it takes off from Chicago. The steel cars combine security with comfort. Besides living and sleeping accomodations this train has bath-rooms, hairdressers and observation cars. In the train a steady everage temperature is maintained through the winter in the East, or through the desert heat in the West.
Going west through the Rio Grande Valley and crossing the deserts of Arizona.
The engine developes 4.000 H.P. and is driven by 2 Diesel Motors. The 3.500 km distance from Chicago to Los Angeles corresponds to a straight air Line from Moscow to Lisbon.
This enormus distance is covered in 40 hours. The east and west of the United Statesare connected by the most modern train in the world.
50th German Athletic Championships
At Cologne Stadium for the 50th time the German Athletic Championships were held.
In wonderful weather and good track conditions more than 1000 athlete competed. 18 new German records of this year were attained.
Here is the 110 meter hurdle race. Zepernik, Osnabrueck leads right from the start and wins in 15,1 seconds. The long jump. Winner was Luther, Hamburg, with 7 meters, 9 centimeters. In the 5.000 meter race Warnemünde of Hemburg and Eberlein of Munich are leading and have an exciting contest. Warnemünde carries off the victory with 15 min. 19,6 sec. Eberlein was second.
The women, too, turned in good results. In throwing the javellin Mrs. Wolf, Nuremberg, was best with 42.83 meters. A thrilling performance was the 100 meterrace. Fischer, Krefeld wins in 10,5 seconds.
With these results the German athlets are reaching international level.
Persons in the Film
Betz, Pauline ; Budge, Donald ; Waldeck zu, Josias ; Koch, Ilse ; MacCreery ; Pister, Hermann ; Shaw, George Bernard ; Cooke, Sarah ; Eberlein ; Fischer, Arthur ; Riggs, Bobby ; Sutton ; Warnemünde ; Willis, Helen ; Wolf ; Zepernik
Cologne ; Europe ; Stuttgart ; England ; Salzuflen ; United States ; Ulm ; Dachau ; Wendelstein ; Bad Salzuflen
Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Railways ; Returnees, evacuees, Outlander ; Justice ; Children ; Sports details, fouls ; Spoprt-Ehrungen ; sports audience, sports spectator ; Tennis ; Animals (except dogs) ; Debris ; Buildings ; concentration camp ; parts of the body: eyes, noses, mouths, ears, beard, hands, legs ; War, prisoners of war ; maps ; Athletics, jogging, fun run ; Medicine ; Meteorology ; festivals ; Water ; water emergency ; Home ; Exhibitions ; construction ; Crew ; Anniversaries, Jubilees, birthdays ; German 99.169 weekly show GmbH: ; Sports honors ; aftermath of war
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