1st Sir Sholto Douglas adopted Sir Sholto Douglas, great, at a desk sitting, are WIF-interview, interview. "I wish you for the future good fortune, prosperity and happyness in a peaceful world." His successor half close Sir Brian Robertson when leaving from home,.
(34 m) 02 United States: salmon fishing either way salmon fishermen on the shore and on boats before Rapids. Rapids of the Columbia River. Fishing on small bridge in front of waterfall with nets. Salmon with power. Salmon is free from power. Diver enters the water. Runs of pipes pumped water from shipwreck. Salmon cans come to the water surface. Cans of salmon in the water, filling the picture.
(30 m) 03. streiflichter from Germany a. Munich: special "50 years of diesel engine" in the German Museum of the Deutsches Museum, half close. Visitors to the exhibition. Model of the first diesel engine, great. Image of the inventor, Rudolf diesel. The son of the inventor, Eugen diesel, in a conversation with crew officer, half-close. The Bavarian Minister of culture Dr. Hundhammer with Hat, great. Trains diesel engine, great. The smallest diesel engine in a toy car. Piston and connecting rod of diesel engine.
(30 m) b. Frankfurt / Main: education week tram runs. People hang out on the running boards of the crowded train. Man jumps up on the tram. Police officer controls the traffic. COP get man off the street. A COP will bring back boy who goes wrong on the road. Man with basket on the shoulder runs against car and is approached. Man lying on the street. COP takes accident. Ambulance door closes. Poster: Warning traffic education week. Warning posters. Boy regulates traffic in addition to policeman. Pedestrians cross the street.
(32 m) c. Lübeck: car wrecks to herds processed thrift and scrapped cars. In workshop, men dismantle cars and produce flock from sheet metal.
(18 m) d. Hamburg: turtles for Hagenbeck Pony Car drives by Hagenbeck. Turtles are on the car, great. Guards wearing the giant tortoises in enclosure. Children riding on the turtles. Viewers are in the district. Turtle sits on scale. Lorenz Hagenbeck, great. Turtle sitting on seesaw. Two guards and two children are on the other side. Weight is not enough. Ludwig Röger, operetta comedians, jumps on the rocker who settles in the balance.
(37 m) 04 United States: Hurricane in Florida Palm trees bent up in the whirlwind. Inflamed water beat against the shore walls. Trees fall over. Destroyed roads and houses.
(30 m) 5th updates soon a. London: opening of Parliament of Reiter guard rides from Buckingham Palace, totally. The Royal carriage goes to the opening of Parliament. People are on the streets. Diplomats entering the Parliament building. The Crown jewels are brought to Westminster. The guard of the tower. The carriage drives. The Parliament building, total.
(22 m) b. Warsaw: The Mayor go visit the Mayor of 7 European capitals through debris. People with reconstruction work in landscape debris. Newly built apartment blocks.
(20 m) 06 pictures from all over the world a. Austria: mountaintop cross for the Dachstein the Dachstein mountain behind Lake in the dark with Summit snowman. Mountaineers climb in the snow. Young people bring cross at the Summit. Priest dedicates the cross. Praying women, great mountain mass on the Summit. The cross, great.
(32 m) b. United States: rescue a water plane from distress the British seaplane "Bermuda sky Queen" starts from the water, great. Card trick trace of the flight from Ireland to the United States. Aerial view of the flying boat after emergency landing close to a weather ship. Rescued from the ship, bagging total. Rescued woman next to sailor, great. The saved leave the ship with children in America.
(27 m) c. New York: Rodeo at Madison Square Garden rider quadrille. Equestrian rides standing on horse. Fall horse feats, Rodeo horses and Stieren.Reiter. Rider jumps from horse and bull fights.
1st Sir Sholto Douglas says goodbye (original sound) Air Marshal Sir Sholto Douglas, the former Commander-in-Chief of the British military Government in Germany, before returning to England of the newsreel world in the film, gave an interview.
This, he stressed that the difficulties in the diet and the deficiencies in all areas, not only for Germany but also for the whole world present serious problems.
Sir Sholto Douglas expressed the hope that Germany soon will reach a better standard of living in cooperation with the Allied occupation authorities.
The Sir Sholto Douglas was succeeded by his former Deputy, General Sir Brian Robertson.
02. salmon - so and so...
The Columbia River in the United States is the Dorado of sport fishermen. Here to start the biggest and fattest salmon. The trip to the fishing grounds is just as abenteuerreich as the hunting after the fast fish that pulls in the autumn to the spawning grounds upstream.
To get the salmon with skilful swing from the rapids. But sometimes, the salmon are still skilled... And here another type of salmon fishing. A sunken freighter carrying 7 million cans of salmon is located at a depth of 30 m.
With hydraulic pumps, pressing up the water from the track. And with the water come the salmon cans to the surface. Salmon is saved in the values of $3 million in this way from the sea - a successful and nutritious Schatzgräberei.
03. streiflichter from Germany: a. diesel engine In the Deutsches Museum in Munich the war damages are that the rooms can again serve as a Museum have been fixed so far,. A special "50 years of diesel engine" opened the new era of this major German Museum, whose Bestände were rescued four-fifths.
The first diesel engine in the world. A portrait of the inventor: Rudolf diesel.
The son of the inventor, Eugen diesel, and the Bavarian Minister of culture Dr. Hundhammer.
Here is one of the largest diesel engines; a railcar motor. And here the smallest. He has only 0.4 CC and pushes a toy car.
Still a giant: piston and connecting rod a 12,000 HP diesel engine.
The diesel engine is No more ubiquitous in the technical life of today.
b. road safety an issue that concerns everyone: today there three times as A lot are fatal traffic accidents as before the war - road safety education should and can help this evil State.
In Frankfurt am Main, the police held a traffic education week with instruction and admonition of traffic offenders. A second accident and the consequences often last a lifetime!
Education captures above all the motorists and cyclists in addition to the pedestrians. Everyone should help his part to bring the scary high curve of road accidents to the sinking. Early exercise itself. .. also applies to the transport sector. A student learns how one directs the flow of cars and companion. He demonstrates a good quarter of an hour long traffic control.
c. everywhere in Germany scrap and waste material in large quantities is located furnaces.
A refugee came up with the idea to use these unearthed treasures. He acquired an old Flacken position with Lübeck and all wrecked cars in the area. He created a workshop in which the car wrecks are broken down from the Flacken position. The resulting sheet serves as a raw material for the standard production of ovens and stoves.
The workers are refugees and the herd are also intended for refugees.
More than 2,300 kilns are already made from the old car plates.
d. turtles of welcome growth for the Hamburg Tierpark. Four giant tortoises of the Galapagos Islands after long voyage ashore enter friend of family of hagenbeck from Chile donated it to the Zoo. There are mossy heads. The oldest turtle has 200 years on top of the tank.
After downloading from a small trial. In the turtle trot it goes in circles.
Insert into the life of this zone begins with the weigh-in.
Director Hagenbeck monitored this contemporary Act, in which the weights - very untimely - not enough. So - the paddle!
The average consumer as a counterweight not also suffice. But now! Heavyweight against heavyweight! The Hamburger operetta comedian Ludwig Röger leaps into the breach and considers that dare. There you go!
04. Hurricane in Florida a storm raced along the coast of Florida, the peninsula in the South-East of the United States. The waters of the Atlantic crashing in huge waves against the shore roads of the villages. The storm was one of the most severe in the history of Florida.
At times, he reached a speed of over 200 km/h. On the basis of a warning the population in security could bring, so that the number of victims remained low. Damage amounted to $15 million.
05. updates soon: a. State opening of Parliament, London, London was Instead of for old-fashioned way the State opening of Parliament.
The Royal couple was greeted at his ride from Buckingham Palace to the Parliament building by a large crowd.
Also the diplomatic corps attended the opening session.
The Crown jewels are placed in a specially designated State car to Westminster.
Centuries old ceremonial State opening of the Parliament are its solemn character.
b. Mayor in Warsaw of the reconstruction of Warsaw is leading the way in his methods.
The mayors of seven European capitals, including those from Paris, Moscow and Prague, as well as the British again advanced Minister Lewis Silkin, here to study of the measures taken so far met. All layers of the Warsaw population volunteered to work.
Whole city blocks were so in a surprisingly short time.
The new residential area are widely applied.
The Warsaw almost completely destroyed by the war will be one of the fastest rebuilt European capitals.
06. images from all over the world: a. Dachstein Dachstein, one of the most striking mountains of in Austria, had until now not a Summit cross.
Young boys and girls from Salzburg wore an iron cross on the 3000 mtr high peaks. In the fog, without point of view, it goes steeply uphill. On the Summit... The cross is designed to withstand many storms; the iron structure is therefore firmly anchored in the rock and screwed-down piece by piece.
A priest consecrates the Summit cross, which many climbers against will light from now on.
A mountain mass decided the celebration on the high peaks of the Dachstein.
b. Clipper accident here a picture story of a dramatic rescue from distress. The British flying boat Bermuda sky Queen was on the way from Ireland to the United States 800 miles northeast of Newfoundland an emergency landing on the water make.
The landing in the vicinity of a U.S. weather ship despite storm and heavy swell.
After 24 hours, there were all 69 passengers, among them 13 children, thanks to the self-sacrificing rescue work of the ship's crew to safety.
As a result of the heavy swell, flying boat that sank briefly in the waves.
A fellow traveller thanks on behalf of all for the salvation of the ship's crew.
In America, where a warm welcome received the travellers and their lifesavers.
c. Rodeo women and men from the Wild West in New York City's largest sports Palace, at Madison Square Garden.
In front of 15,000 spectators, you show how to deal with animals of the Plains.
Sometimes the animals to handle the riders... and not just tender.
And now: change at full speed to the wrestling match with the Bull. It comes across through the arena. The bull forced a remarkable draw.
01. Sir Sholto Douglas says good-bye
Before his return to England, Air Marshal Sir Sholto Douglas, Commander in Chief of the British Military Government in Germany, gave an interview to "Welt im Film". He pointed out that the present food situation and shortages of all kinds were a severs problem not only for Germany but for the whole world. Sir Sholto expressed hopes that Germany, co-operating with the Allied occupation Offices, will soon again a better standard of life. Sir Sholto Douglas will be succeded by his former deputy General Sir Brian Robertson.
02. Salmon-fishing in different ways
Columbia River in the USA is a paradise for all fishermen. Here the biggest salmon are caught. The drive to the fishing grounds is as adventurous as the fishing itself. In autumn the salmon swim up-river to their spawning grounds. By a skillful stroke the salmon is caught - - but often the salmon is more skillful. And this is another way of fishing. At a depth of 30 meters is a shipwrecked freighter which contains 3 million dollars, worth of canned salmon. Pumps push up the water out of the wreck and the salmon cans are thrown up with the water. A successful and nutritive job.
03. New flashes from Germany
The bomb-damaged "Deutsche Museum" in Munich, the largest museum in Germany, was partly reconstructed and some rooms have been opened for a special show: "50th Anniversary of the Diesel Motor". This is the first Diesel motor ever built. A picture of the inventor: Rudolf Diesel. The son of the inventor, Eugen Diesel, and the Bavarian Minister of Culture, Dr. Hundhammer. And this is one of the largest Diesel motors, a train engine. Here is the smallest one, of only 0,4 cubic centimeters, which drives a toy motorcar. And another giant: the piston of a 12,000 horse power Diesel ship engine. The Diesel motor is essential in the technical life of to-day.
b. Traffic Education
A problem which concerns everybody: to-day there are thrice as many accidents in traffic as before the war - - traffic education can solve this evil. In Frankfurt o/Main the police held a Traffic-Educational Week to educate and instruct the people. One second of carelessness and the casualities will often endure a whole life time. Besides foot-passengers the lessons concern motorists and bicyclists. Everybody has to do his part to eliminate the terrible high rate of accidents. A scholar learns how to direct the stream of vehicles for a quarter of an hour. He demonstrates model traffic regulation.
There is a lot of old metal and other material spread over Germany. A refugee had the idea of using these treasures. He bought an old anti-aircraft-artillery stand near Lubeck and all motor-car wrooks in the vicinity. He remodeled this AAA stand into a workshop and dismantled the motor-cars. The sheet metal of the cars is used for large-scale production of stoves. The workers are refugees and the stoves are for the refugees. More than 2,500 stoves have already been made of old motor-cars.
A welcome increase at the Hagenbeck Zoo, Hamburg: 4 monster turtles from the Galapagos Isles arrived here after a long voyage. A friend of the House of Hagenbeck living in Chile gave them to the Zoo. The oldest turtle has a date 200 years old carved on its back. The turtle's life in the Zoo begins with weighing. Director Hagenbeck supervises this business - and finds that the weights are too small. The normal food-rationists won't do it either, So the Hamburg Operetta-star Ludwig Röger helps out.
04. Hurricane in Florida
A hurricane thundered along the coast of Florida, in the South East corner of the U.S.A. Immense waves from the Atlantic sweep over the coastal streets of this district. This storm was one of the severest in Florida's history, and sometimes reached a speed of 200 Kilometers per hour. Because of a storm warning the population was safe, and the number of victims small. The damage in proporty amounted to 15 million dollars.
05. Actualities in Brief:
a. Opening of Parliament, London
Following traditional rules, Parliament was opened in London. On their way to Buckingham Palace the King and Queen were cheered by a big crowd. The Diplomatic Corps, too, attended this session. The Crown jewels were brought in a special States Carosse to Westminster. Centuries-old ceremonies inaugurated the new session of Parliament.
b. Burgomasters in Warsaw
The methods of reconstruction in Warsaw are demonstrated. The Burgomasters of 7 European cities - - from Paris, Moscow and Prague - - as well as the British Minister of Reconstruction, Lewis Silkin, arrived here to study the methods of reconstruction. The whole Warsaw population voluntarily participated in the operations. In an extraordinarily short time whole blocks of houses were erected. The new living districts are extensive. Warsaw, almost entirely destroyed during the war, will be one of the first reconstructed cities in Europe.
06. New flashes from Everywhere:
The Dachstein, one of Austria's best known mountains, had no cross on its peak so far. Young boys and girls from Salzburg carried on from cross up to the 3.000 meter high peak. They ascend the steep path in the fog. The cross has to resist many storms and the iron construction is fastened to the ground. A priest blesses the cross which will in future mark the way of many mountaineers. A mess concludes the ceremony on the peak of Dachstein.
b. Clipper Disaster
Here is a report of dramatic rescue from the sea. On its way from Ireland to the U.S.A., the British airship "Bermuda Sky Queen" had to make a forced landing in the ocean 800 miles north-east of Newfoundland. In spite of storm and heavy sea the landing took place near an American weather ship. Owing to the daring rescue operations of the ships crew all 69 passengers including 13 children were saved after 24 hours. In consequence of the heavy sea the air-boat sank shortly afterwards. A rescued passenger thanks the brave ship's crew in the name of all the rescued. In America the passengers and their rescuers had a hearty reception.
In the presence of 15,000 spectators, men and women of the Wild West demonstrate in New York Madison Square Garden how to handle animals of the prairies. Sometimes the horses also handle the riders ... and not too easily. And now a wrestling match with a bull. Well, the bull did not lose.
Persons in the Film
Diesel, Eugen ; Douglas, Sholto ; Hagenbeck, Lorenz ; Hundhammer, Alois ; Robertson, Brian ; Röger, Ludwig
Warsaw ; Munich ; London ; Dachstein ; United States ; Lübeck ; British zone ; Florida ; Atlantik ; Hamburg ; Austria ; Frankfurt/Main ; New York
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