01 streiflichter from Germany a. Hamburg: memorial service for the victims of fascism people at Memorial Service at the Ohlsdorfer cemetery in total. Coffin is lowered. Swing over the mourners. Wreaths. Burials of the remains of an unknown concentration camp prisoners. Memorial will be inaugurated. Wreath-laying ceremony.
(21 m) b. Berlin: Bell Tower repairs of St. St. Mary's Church St. Mary between ruins. Pan across the Church. Workers on pulleys. Picture of Berlin from above. Spire with managers and workers.
(29 m) 02. A fantastic record, Utah: over 600 km/h in racing the English racer John Cobb, half-close. Men wear the race car. John Cobb enters the race car. The roof is closed. The car on the way to the start and on the race track at the Salt Lake. Timekeeper. The black marker line of the track. John Cobb in his car, great.
(32 m) 03 Karwendel mountains: on the Alp mountains. Miners washing at the well. Bauer is combing his beard. Farmers take bucket from the frame. Cows on the pasture. Bauer caress cows. Farmer pours milk from bucket. Farmer cheese-making before large round pieces of cheese. Farmer with a sickle, great. Peasant and peasant woman sharpening scythes. Farmer harvesting hay. He wears the hay bales on the back. Sheep on the pasture.
(52 m) 04 updates soon a. Rio de Janeiro: State visit Truman KONFETTI rain. Truman leaves waving in an open car, totally.
(14 m) b. Stuttgart: visit by Lord Pakenham Lord Pakenham enters the building. Pakenham while visiting the export show. Close-up. Lord Pakenham at tour of houses from prefabricated parts.
(16 m) c. The Hague: 67th birthday of Queen Wilhelmina Wilhelmina waving in front of Castle, great. Beckoning people total. Wilhelmina sits between Juliana and Bernhard. People sing birthday song Wilhelmina, Juliana and Bernhard, total -, dive-bombing, half-close.
(13 m) 05. A consequence of the drought: power cut river bed dried up. Feet wading through low water. Otherwise sunken stones appear in the Danube. Year 1947 on stone. Man turns off electricity in power plant with lever. Control Panel. Lights go out. In factories, machines stand still. Agitator in large-scale bakery stands still. Empty work room of the Agfa works in Munich. Empty factory Hall and stationary machines in the salamander works in Stuttgart. Bakers in bread baking. Railway workers depends on "Failure of passenger trains" sign. He repaired on schedule train rides. People at work in a railway repair shop. Trams in the depot in Munich. Conductor look out window. Conductors work and sitting alone in the compartment. Crowds at the station. Crowded tram runs out at the bus stop. Jostling crowds. People hang in bunches on the tram and stand on the buffers. The towers of Munich in darkness.
(72 m) 6th sports a. Berlin: European Championships of the Allied armed forces Athletics Auditorium. Among the spectators of the actor Wallace Beery, half-close. 100 m race: Winner is the Dutch small (10.7). Viewers, total, small, half-close. 5000 meter run: Start and run. Viewer, screen-filling. Women clap. It wins the English smart ahead of Frenchman Lapidi. Smart, big. Winners on the podium.
(29 m) b. Forest Hills: Davis - Cup America - Australia waving large Australian flag. Waving US flag large. Game Australian Ali pails against the American Ted Schröder. Total viewers. Schröder falls and continues to play barefoot. During the break, Schröder attracts racing shoes. It wins Schröder in five sets. The victorious American team with large Cup.
(27 m) c. Berlin: box to the German Middleweight Championship Gahrmeister - Hucks the Berlin Waldbühne empty and full of visitors. Young people break through the barrier and storm the seats. Fritz Gahrmeister and Dietrich Hucks changing the stroke. Hucks injured his left hand. Gahrmeister WINS by feeding Hucks and remains German Middleweight champion.
01 streiflichter from Germany: a. day of the victims of fascism to the day of the victims of fascism commemorations Instead of found in many places in Germany.
Representatives of the State, the Church and all political parties thought of by the Nazi regime persecuted. Often were dedicated to memorials, and, as a symbolic act, the remains of an unknown concentration camp prisoners to rest buried. Here a celebration at the Ohlsdorfer cemetery in Hamburg.
The commemorations were everywhere Instead of great sympathy of the population. They were the new democratic Germany peace rallies at the same time.
b. Bell Tower repair, Berlin St. Marien-Kirche in Berlin is one of the few churches that still stand in the Centre of the city. Severe damage to the tower and roof be repaired now. Since there is no new material, you rightly hammering the copper plates seventh out of bullets and used them again. A company whose specialty is Tower repairs without scaffolding, has taken over the Elimination of the damage. The workers pull up even to a pulley.
On the cross - height of 96 m.
St. Marien, whose foundation stone was laid in 1437, is one of the most impressive buildings of North German brick Gothic. Today, the Church has become a center of church life in Berlin.
The worker, true alpinists of the big city, help maintain a cultural monument first rank.
02. a fantastic record: over 600 km/h in the race car!
On the race track at the salt flats in Utah - United States - the Englishman John Cobb starts to a new Redordversuch.
He wants to improve his 1939 record of 590 km/h.
The car is equipped with 2 iced aircraft engines by 1250 HP each.
On the way to the start.
And now the record attempt... The circuit is completely flat. She must be passed through in both directions. The car on the black mark flies like a bullet.
Cobb reached 631 km/h. A new fantastic world record.
03. on the Alm...
Early in the morning, the day starts of mountain farmers in the Karwendel. May they live until October on the Alpine meadows, which is pulling up to the peaks of the mountains. Only one-tenth of the land is usable in the large heights as pasture land. The rest is Rocky and rugged country. The maintenance of cattle among the day stint. Morning and evening milk is brought to the Swiss Alpine by the individual, often geographically far separate pastures. Here the Swiss daily up to 1,000 litres of milk processed into cheese.
A particularly spicy grass, an ideal feed for livestock is growing on the steep mountain slopes. The Haymaking in mountain is hard and often dangerous. Roped, the farmer mows the grass Very much lean in this dry year.
In large bales, the farmers carry down the valuable fodder to the meadow. In the highest regions but the sheep graze until the beginning of the long mountain winter.
04. updates soon: a. Truman the State visit of President Truman was in Rio in Rio de Janeiro the culmination of the Pan-American Conference. The American head of State received an enthusiastic reception in the Brazilian capital.
President Truman was accompanied by wife and daughter arrived in Rio de Janeiro.
His visit fell on the 125-year anniversary of the Brazilian independence.
b. Lord Pakenham in Stuttgart Lord Pakenham, the head of the Germany Department at the British Foreign Office, also Stuttgart visited on the occasion of a new tour through the West zone. A visit to the two export shows followed after meetings at the State Council. The exhibition housed in the Museum of country crafts provides an impressive overview of the performance of the Württemberg economy. A tour of the prefab exhibition ended the Stuttgart stay of the Minister.
c. Queen Wilhelmine, Holland in the Hague Queen Wilhelmine of the Netherlands in full hardiness committed their 67sten birthday.
In the presence of the heir to the throne Princess Juliane and of Prince Bernhard, she accepted the congratulations of the population.
05. a consequence of the drought: power lock the dryness of the summer caused exceptionally low water levels of the rivers.
The Danube has the 1911 sighted hunger stone reveals. A further, so far Not yet gesichteter stone showed up. He now wears the year 1947.
Also the input channels to the electricity plants are often without water. That caused power cuts in large scale, especially in areas, whose electricity supply depends on hydroelectric power.
Industry, trade and transport are equally affected by the shutdowns. The duration of the power cut during the day is [...] .] significant especially in South Germany. Works great, working for the export, lie still. So the Agfa camera Werke in Munich. Companies working also for the need for civil had to temporarily set the work such as the salamander shoe works near Stuttgart - many companies move their work during the night. The bakers - has always been an early riser - begin shortly after midnight with the baking of bread.
Impact of power cuts in the transport sector: many fall on the electrically operated routes trains – including some long-distance.
Companies of particular importance be switched off sometimes - for example repair shops for locomotives. In some cities, there are significant limitations of tram traffic. So completely fails the operation in Munich on Sunday. During the week the tram runs only early, at noon and in the evening to the peak. This means a further worsening the already strained traffic situation. Large crowds waiting for the first trams at stops. And when the train comes, it goes on the whole... The current lock - a consequence of the drought - meets hard business life.
06. sports: a. European Championships of the allied powers at the Berlin Olympic Stadium the second Leichtahletik Championships of the Allied forces took Instead of. See the Zuschaern, Wallace Beery, the well-known American film and television actor.
This is the 100 m race. As in the previous year, Dutch Klein the best sprinter, he was also This time. He won the 100 meters in 10.7. Seconds and also the 200 metres.
The running competitions brought at all exciting fights. In the 5000 metres the prior English adheres smart from the start off in the top flight.
He is overtaken by the Frenchman Lapidi two laps from the end. But just before the goal is smart for the final sprint, passes Lapidi and sickt in 15 minutes, 17.6 seconds. France against the United States and Denmark won just in the overall standings.
b. Davis Cup, United States in the American tennis paradise, Forest Hills, took America with a clear 4-1 victory against Australia in turn the Davis-Pokal.
The most exciting meeting was the single game of the Australian's Ali pails (pictured front) against the American Ted Schröder. Schröder slipping out - and thereby losing the third set. Schröder continues barefoot - but also the fourth set is 9-11 right on Ali pails.
Schröder attracts racing shoes to the fifth set - and he won it 10-8.
Thus, America has won the Davis-Pokal for the 14th time.
c. boxes Gahrmeister. /. Hucks Grosskampftag in the Waldbühne Berlin. The eagerly awaited rematch battle between the German Middleweight Champion Fritz Gahrmeister and his challenger, former master of Dietrich Hucks, brought a record number of visitors. -Sports fanatics broke all barriers.
The Gong strike off attacking Gahrmeister. But Hucks is a worthy opponent. The first 3 rounds bring sharp impact change. Gahrmeister this points more accurate hits. His versatile style of fighting is not Hucks.
By the third round at Hucks beats almost only with the right hand. He smashed the left hand of Gahrmeisters coverage in the first two rounds. A complicated fracture of the metacarpal bone turned Hucks dreaded left off.
Gahrmeister now makes the fight. It fails however, Hucks to ground.
Hucks abandons the fight hopeless for him after a recent painful left blow in the 9th round. -Gahrmeister is a German Middleweight champion.
01. New Flashes from Germany
a. Memorial for the Victims of Fascism
The memorial "Day of Victims of Fascism" was held at many places in Germany. Representatives of Government, Church and all political parties remember those persecuted by the Nazis. Memorial stones were unveiled, and - as a symbolic act - the bodies of unknown Concentration Camp inmates buried. Here is a ceremony at Ohlsdorf Cemetary in Hamburg Everywhere the memorial day found great public interest and demonstrated the will for peace in the new democratic Germany.
b. Steeple Repair, Berlin
St. Mary's church in Berlin is one of the few churches left in the city. Severe damage on roof and steeple are repaired. The sheets of copper perforated by bullets are repaired and used again. A special steeple-repair firm is in charge of the job, done without scaffolding. The workers draw themselves up by block-and-pulley. The cross - 96 meters above earth. St. Mary's, erected in 1437 is one of the most impressive examples of North-German brick building, and now became a centre of religious life in Berlin. The workers, "Mountaineers of the City" help to preserve a 1st class cultural document.
02. Fantastic Record:
More than 600 KPH in a racing car!
The Englishman John Cobb tries for a new record at Utah Salt Lake racing track in the U.S.A. His 1939 record was 590 kilometers PH. His car has 2 ice cooled aeroplane motors, of 1250 horsepower each. On the way to the starting line.
And here he goes ... the track is completely flat and has to be covered in both directions.
Like a bullet the car streaks along the black line. Cobb reached 631 kilometers per hour. A new fantastic world record.
On the Alpine Pastures ...
A farmer's day in the Karwendel Mountains begins in the early morning. From May till October they live on the Alps which slope up to the peak in a series of grass hills. Only 10% of the ground can be used as pasture; the rest is rough and rocky. In the morning and evening the milk is carried from the remote Alps to "Schweizer Alp", where up to 1.000 liters of milk per day is made into cheese. The steep slopes give extraordinary good and aromatic grass for the cattle. The hay harvest a dangerous job in the mountains. Safe guarded by a rope the farmer cuts the grass, which is vera scarce in this dry year. Big heaps of grass are carried down the Alps. In the highest regions the sheep grass remains until the long winter of the mountains begins.
04. Actualities in Brief
a. Truman in Rio
President Truman's state-visit to Rio de Janeiro was the climax of the Pan-American-Conference. The American President was riotously welcomed in the Brazilian capital. He was accompanied by his wife and daughter. And his visit fell on the 125th anniversary of Brazilian Independence.
b. Lord Pakenham in Stuttgart
On his tour through the Western Zones Lord Pakenham, the director of the German Department of the British Foreign Office, visited Stuttgart. After discussions with the Laenderrat he saw both Export Shows. In this show, housed in "Landesgewerbe Museum" the Wurttemberg industry gives an impressive survey of its economic productivity. A walk through the show of pre-fabricated houses concluded the Stuttgart stay of the Minister
c. Queen Wilhelmina, Holland
Queen Wilhelmina of the Netherlands celebrated her 67th birthday in full health at den Haag. In the presence of Princess Juliana, the heir of the throne, and Prince Bernhard, she received the "happy returns" of the population.
05. The Power Shortage
The drought of this summer caused an extraordinary low level in the rivers. In the Danube a "hunger-stone" last seen in 1911 came in sight again. Now we also mark the year 1947.
Channels to the power stations are often without water, causing electric cut-offs, especially in districts depending on waterpower. Industry, handiwork and traffic are equally concerned in the cut-offs, which are very severe during the day, specially in Southern Germany. Large plants working for export are closed. The AGFA Camera Works in Munich. Firms working for public needs had to be closed temporarily, like the Salamander Shoe Factory near Stuttgart. Many plants work during the night. The bakers who always started early in the morning - have to begin work now at midnight.
The cut-offs also affected traffic: electric trains were discontinued.
Some plants of vital importance were not cut off, like the repair shops for engines.
In many cities considerable restrictions were enforced with street cars. In Munich, street cars were completely stopped on Sunday, and during the week the street cars only run in the morning, at noon, and in the evening, causing an increase of the already severe difficulties of transportation. Big crowds of people wait for the first street car. And when it comes, the battle begins. The electricity cut-offs - caused by the drought - are a heavy blow to economic life.
a. Allied European Championships
Berlin Olympia Stadium was the scene of the 2nd Athletic Championships of the Allied Forces in Europe. Among the spectators, Wallace Beery, the famous American actor.
Here, the 100 meter race. As last year, the Dutchman Klein was the best sprinter. He won the 100 meter race in 10,7 sec. and also the 200 meter race.
In the 5.000 meter race the Briton Smart was among the leaders right from the start. Two laps before the finish he is passed by the Frenchman Lapidi. But shortly before the finish Smart spurts, passes Lapidi and wins in 15 min., 17,6 sec.
In the total score France won, second USA and third Denmark.
b. Davis Cup, USA
At the American Tennis Paradise, Forest Hills, America meeting Australia again, won the Davis Cup with a 4 to 1 victory. The most thrilling match was the single of the Australian Dinny Pails (in front) against the American Ted Schroeder. Schroeder slips and loses the third set. Now Schroeder goes on playing barefooted - but also loses the 4th set with 9:11. For the 5th set Schroeder wears running shoes - and wins with 10:8. Thus America won the Davis Cup for the 14th time.
c. Boxing: Gahrmeister vs Hucks
There was a record number of visitors at Berlin Waldbühne on the occasion of the revenge meeting between the German Middleweight Champion Fritz Gahrmeister and his challenger, ex-champion Dietrich Hucks. Sport fans broke through the fences.
Gahrmeister attacks right from the first gong. But Hucks is a worthy opponent. There is heavy fighting in the first 3 rounds. Gahrmeister collects points by well-placed blows. His fast style is too much for Hucks. From the 3rd round on Hucks can only use his right hand, because he broke the middle bone of his left hand. Now Gahrmeister dictates the fighting, but does not succeed in knocking out Hucks.
After a last painful blow with the left Hucks gives up in the 9th round. Gahrmeister is still German Middleweight Champion.
Persons in the Film
Beery, Wallace ; Bernhard von Holland ; Juliana von Holland ; Pakenham ; Truman, Harry ; Wilhelmina von Holland ; Cobb, John ; Gahrmeister, Fritz ; Hucks, Dietrich ; Klein, Hans ; Lapidi ; Pails, Dinny ; Smart ; Schröder, Ted
Berlin ; Forest Hills ; Utah ; Stuttgart ; Hamburg ; The Hague ; Witten ; Karwendel ; Munich ; Rio de Janeiro ; Holland
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