01 streiflichter from Germany a. Berlin: building the University of the debris of the Technical University. Students and students in the building. Students push cart. Students To give more bricks in chain and walls. Work in the carpentry shop. Young people stir in food in large pots. Students in a common area.
(24 m) b. Nordrhein Westfalen: youth camp youths before the tents. Young people run into the water for a swim. Ball game before the tents. Boy in the construction of a sand Castle. Folk dance in front of tent, totally. Harmonica player. Boys carry boxes. Dinner at the campsite. Young people sleep in tents.
(21 m) c. Dachau: oxen race children moving. Kid shield "applies to the oxen race". Oxen with calipers. Riders on the oxen. Start of the race. Oxen races on Vergnügunsplatz between carousel. Winner No. 2 with rider, great.
(22 m) 02 Berlin: organ in the exam lyre boxes. Sign "110". Police station. Organ men play listeners before two policemen, in the background. Organ grinder gets business license and is congratulated by a police officer. Business license, great. Pan across back of House. Children dancing to the organ grinder in the backyard. Woman throws a coin out of window.
(51 m) 03 pictures from Germany a. England: demolition of ship wrecks boat on the sea with explosive charge. Wreck. Boat is lowered and loaded with explosives. Demolition (indistinct).
(24 m) b. United States: rode the Colorado Bridge tab. Deep gorge underneath the bridge. Horses shy from ride over the bridge. Bridge, total. The riders ride over the bridge.
(20 m) c. New York: training an ice Revue force during training on the ice. External rotor flings off and again divided up. Cameraman in the middle of the current force.
(16 m) 04. reconstruction of the Jablonec jewellery industry in Kaufbeuren signpost Kaufbeuren - new Jablonec nad Nisou. Construction of houses on the site of a dismantled explosives factory. Workers in production of glass rods. Production of Czech jewelry hand-crafted. Women and men on machines and work benches. String of pearls in the hand of a woman. Gems and jewellery, rings, chains, brooches.
(51 m) 5th sport a. Wuppertal: German wheel standing Championships cyclists ride behind the motorcycle riders. Walter Lohmann, former world champion, goes into the lead, but then falls back because of engine damage of his pacemaker. It wins Jean Schorn, Cologne. Jean Schorn with wreath, half-close.
(32 m) b. Frankfurt / Main: German swimming and jumping Championships 200 m breaststroke: start jumping, viewers, close to half turn. Walter suggests blade first (54.2 sec.). Walter receives congratulations blade, half-close. 100 meters crawl: start. It wins Fritz Lehmann, Braunschweig. After victory in the water, half-close. In the diving, Haase, Hamburg, WINS total. Total viewers. Walter, Brunswick wins the springboard diving, total. Paula Tatarek is champion in springboard diving. Embrace after the victory, half-close.
(34 m) c. Berlin: Swimming Championships of Berlin police 100 meters lifesaving. Policemen swim in uniforms and take over saving when turning. Spectators, half-close. Boxing with a blindfold on board into the water. Boxer and referee fall into the water.
01 streiflichter from Germany: a. Technical University, Berlin in Berlin students from six countries in Europe and America work together with German students to rebuild of the technical college.
The working day for the international youth community has eight hours. This voluntary commitment takes six weeks for each.
The British military Government provides for the building materials, foreign-aid agencies for food.
There are currently nine such communities of the International Student Union in whole Germany. This idea emerged after the first world war. They revived today and benefit from the German Science.
b. children of Ruhr in North Rhine-Westphalia were established in scenic areas of the country summer camps for youth. Boys and girls between 11 and 18 years, who are at home in schwerbeschädigten cities, spend carefree days of rest in game and sport. A total of 120,000 children enjoy this holiday. Some bearings are intended exclusively for young miners.
The food is complemented by donations from the Switzerland and Sweden.
A casual life takes place in the camps, free from any drill.
Fresh and tanned it goes back again after 10 days in the city, to make another ideal place.
c. ox racing, Dachau-takes every year Instead of a race in Dachau, attended the largest ox of the place. This popular amusement is 30 years and remain popular.
The start takes place smoothly, and has been running the race.
It almost goes smoothly until one of the favourites retreats to, that he is an ox.
And here the lucky winner with the fastest oxen.
02. Street organ in the exam, it is not so easy to be in Berlin organ grinder. Those who opt for the court music, must meet some requirement and many conditions. He must discard 20 marks a month - a sample of his rotating art from the police for example with the newly hired organ - rental - to obtain the licence. The barrel organ player and his instrument in the middle of the matriculation examination. (Original sound)
And now he goes out, one of the 125 organ men from Berlin. He is everywhere welcome. As young and old always again likes listening to the soulful tunes of their own or grandfather's adolescence.
03. images from all over the world: a. demining, England still today many wrecks of ships that have fallen during the war are in the sea around England. Battalions of the English fleet eliminate the debris, which threaten the coastal and international traffic. The submerged wrecks are determined by echo sounding or radar. Then begins the most dangerous part of the job. The already unlatched explosives must be made often in the open boat at sea to the right place. The crew of this Räumbootes had to complain recently three fatalities in similar to heavy seas.
Two tons of explosives unchoke risk a A lot frequented by sea.
b. United States Colorado Bridge, this cavalcade of riders taking an unusual excursion. You want to cross mounted the massive Colorado Bridge in North America. It is the highest bridge in the world, every horse shy here given the dizzying depth.
Yet the way force the rider.
The 300-metre bridge is one of the most important sights of the United States.
c. ice Revue, United States appear the first shadows of winter. -But in Very much friendly form. On artificial ice, a Revue force for the coming season coached in New York.
One falls from the role and seeks connection again.
The cameraman in the Centre of events...
There is no season for these artists of the skates.
For them, a single Liszeit is year-round.
04. An industry moves to the bisherin of Czechoslovakia based world-renowned Czech jewellery industry is relocated in the American occupation zone of in Germany.
At Kaufbeuren in Bavaria, the community of newly Jablonec nad Nisou is sozusage from scratch on the site of a former factory. 600 people have found a new home and new work. Other Sudeten Germans continue the tradition of the Czech Schmuckwarenindustrie in Württemberg-Baden and Hesse.
The Gablonzer jewelry business builds on the traditions of old German craftsmanship. His companies employed a total of 70,000 people. Gablonzer products have world-wide reputation, and were always a Very much sought-after export article with 90% of its production.
Before the war, the annual export value reached a height of up to one hundred million mark.
The Gablonzer are now gone in the new home with new zeal to work. The greatest difficulties in the procurement of raw materials, machinery and tools have been overcome.
Many furnaces burn already - more will follow. And the new Czech industry is Very much soon play a significant role in the export sector of the Western zones.
05. sports: a. Nordin risers In the cycling Stadium in Wuppertal, Germany found Instead of the German Championships of the riser.
The pacemaker put before the riders who remain close behind the role of the motorcycle in slipstream and high speeds. The distance is 100 km. Former world champion Walter Lohmann in leadership goes after the fifth round. He lapped the entire field under the cheers of 35,000 viewers several times. At the 68th km but the machine has his pacemaker motor damage. Lohmann falls back. Jean Schorn, Cologne, no. 3, lapped him and holds the top up to the destination. Schorn is new German Champion in the leg with a time of 1 hour, 21 minutes.
b. swimming events in Frankfurt am Main, Germany, the first German post-war Championships in swimming and diving were held. Participants from all four areas fought the title on the Very much serious 100-metre track un. In the 200-meter breaststroke of men master of Sietas suffered a defeat. Walter blade won in 2 minutes 54.2 seconds ahead of Halo and Sietas.
Start of the men's 100-meter crawl swimming. Best crawl swimmer Fritz Lehmann, Braunschweig, who wins the 200 and 400 metres crawl in addition to the 100-meter crawl.
Good performance also in the tower and springboard diving. Haase, Hamburg took the diving of the men. The springboard diving Walter, Braunschweig. Champion in the women's springboard diving was Paula Tatarek.
After the war at the Olympic swim Stadium to Berlin, the Berlin Police Championships were the first German event. Here the 100-metre lifesaving service suit. After the turn, he is adopted and brought to the finish to saving. Sport and professional complement each other here.
At the end of a wet-happy box number blindfolded on a fluctuating basis... only beat vigorously to! That was the wrong guy. Small refreshment during the break. Two in one fell swoop.
01. Reportage from Munich
In Munich's third post-war summer clearing-away rubble and reconstruction are still the first tasks. Of 5 million cubicmeters of rubble, more than one million have been removed. Munich is one of the foremost German towns in the clearance program.
In the "English Gardens" in the city, the rubble is used to build terraces, which later will form little green hills.
The students also clean up their damaged university. Every one, before starting his term of study, does his part in reconstruction. The lecture rooms are still overcrowded.
Theatiner Church - damaged too - and the Feldherrnhalle. The 3rd Reich's memorials are broken.
From Odeon's Place to "Sternecker Bräu", the cradle of the Nazi-Party. Here the first party rallies were hold. And the "Burger-braeu Keller" in which Hitler started his November-riot in 1923. To-day a Youth Club is housed here, which is under the care of the U.S. Army.
"In München steht ein Hofbräuhaus" - well, it is still there, and one even can get a glass of beer in the garden. The beer is very thin, though - and scarce.
And this is how the "Brown House" - once the Centre of the Party - looks like.
Nymphenburg Castle, Munichs pearl of the Baroque Age, is hardly damaged and is used as the scene of festival performance and for excursions.
The former "Haus der deutschen-Kunst" houses the Bavarian Export Show.
Munich's cultural life tries again to reach its former status.
The programme of the theatres is especially extensive, with many well known actors of stage and movies.
An open-air performance amidst ruins was presented by the Junge Theater with Shakespeares "The Taming of the Shrew", held in the ruined "Grottenhof of the Residence".
Munich, heavily damaged by the war, is to-day again the cultural centre of South Germany.
Tyrolese Mountain Race
"Zirler Mountain near Innsbruck has one of Europe's steepest mountain roads.
Here the Austrian Mountain Bicycle Championship was held.
"Steinbock" the inn at Zirl, was the starting point of the race. In the big race 17 competitors from Vienna and the rest of Austria cover the 5 kilometer distance.
Right from the beginning last year's Mountain Champion Pohnetal, Vienna, goes into the lead.
Shortly before the winning pole Pohnetal takes the lead again and wins in 23 min, 30 min. Second Huber, Tyrol.
Dublin Horse Show, Ireland
In Dublin the traditional Riding and Driving Tournament was attended by the President of the Irish Free State. The affair is an important social event, a display of elegance and sporting fashions. The highlight is the jumping for the Agha Khan Cup.
The best horsemen of Ireland, France, England, Italy, Switzerland and Sweden take part. The course has 14 severe obstacles - and horse and rider have to cover it 6 times.
The team which makes the least mistakes is the winner. The British team gained the victory, second Ireland, third France. Ireland's President O'Kalley presents the Cup.
Boxers of the future
Austria's boxing cracks train for the Olympic Games in 1948. In Maiernigg at Wörthersee skilled amateur boxers from all Austrian take 10 day courses. Training and gymnastics and the daily schedule. And now a test of technique: a fight between aspirants to Olympic honours.
02. Barrel-Organ Examination
It is pretty hard to become an organ-grinder in Berlin.
The future barrel-musician must comply with many regulations. He has to give a test performance at the Police Station with his barrel-organ to get the license. For the barrel-organ he pays 20 Marks rent.
The organ-grinder and the organ are given their examination.
And now he goes to work, one of Berlin's 125 organ-grinders, who are welcome everywhere.
For young and old like to hear the melodies of their own and grandpa's youth.
03. News flashes from Everywhere:
a. Mine Sweep-ing, England
There are still many wrecked ships in the waters around England which were sunk during the war.
Demolition teams of the British fleet are engaged in removing these constant dangers to international shipping.
The wrecks are found by radar and other means.
Then begins the dangerous part of the job: the explosive charges have to be placed by an open boat in the right place, often on the high seas.
The crew of this boat recently had three victims in similar rough sea.
Two tons of explosive open a channel which is often used by ships.
b. Colorado-Bridge, USA
This Cavalcade takes an unusual trip. They ride over the immense Colorado Bridge in the state of Colorado, U.S.A., the world's highest bridge. Every horse shies at the dizzying depth. But the riders force their horses through.
The 300 meter-high bridge is one of the sights of the U.S.A.
c. Ice-Revue, USA
Winter shows his first signs --- in a very nice form, though. A Revue team trains on artificial ice for the coming season in New York.
One falls out of his role ---
The cameramen in the centre of events ---
There is no season for these artists on skates, as they are on ice all year through.
04. News flashes from Everywhere:
b. Austria Christian Minister, Japan
Tetsu Katayama is the first Christian Prime Minister in Japan. Here he is interviewed by an American reporter.
A Social Democrat of the Christian Faith has now an important political function in Japan, a sympton of change and progress in the Far East.
Persons in the Film
Haase, Günter ; Klinge, Walter ; Lehmann, Fritz-Günther ; Lohmann, Walter ; Schorn, Jean ; Tatarek, Paula ; Scheel, Walter
Wuppertal ; Frankfurt/Main ; Berlin ; Kaufbeuren, Germany ; United States ; Dachau ; Nordrheim ; Westfalen ; North Rhine-Westphalia ; New York ; England ; North Rhine-Westphalia
Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Camping, Campinger ; Higher education ; Industry ; cameramen, cameramen ; Children ; photojournalist ; Leisure, recreation ; Musical events ; musical instruments ; Police ; Cycling ; Shipping ; Jewelry ; Swimming ; Spoprt-Ehrungen ; sports audience, sports spectator ; sports facilities ; Blasting ; Cities ; Dance ; Animals (except dogs) ; Debris ; diving ; Buildings ; People ; festivals ; Revues ; Construction ; Entertainment, festivals ; Gastronomy ; Japan ; Industrial ; Sports honors ; aftermath of war
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