01 Greece helps United States debris in Greece. Reconstruction of the port. Locomotive is loaded. Loading of bags. Bags are stacked.
(21 m) 02. streiflichter from Germany a. Hamburg: establishment of the international clubs spectators sit in the Town Hall, in the front row of Mayor Brauer, totally. Vaughan Berry as a speaker, half-close. Brauer talks, half-close.
(15 m) b. Westphal raft designer Dr. Westphal, great. Iron tubes are assembled to raft. Tractor pull giant raft. Load tube raft into sheath. Giant raft on the river. Emptying of the raft by tipping over the pipes.
(34 m) c. Hamburg: Hamburg - Berlin 7:1 football player on snowman box. Berlin will score the first goal, total. Spectators, half-close. Playback. Hamburg shoots, total compensation. Viewers with Hat, great. Superior game of the Hamburg players. Gate lap.
(28 m) 03 Berlin, new Scala: dance parody Lieselotte Köster-Jockel steel Lieselotte KÖSTER and Jockel steel show with dance group swing parody. Laughing spectators, half-close.
(37 m) 04 updates soon a. Holland. Juliana and Attlee visit island of Walcheren to inhabitants of the island in costume. Arrival of Juliana and Attlee, total. Attlee speaks and planting tree, totally. The new levees go Juliana and Attlee. The coast with dikes.
(24 m) b. London: the Lord Mayor's inauguration parade through London. The golden carriage is accompanied by Tower guards. Car of the procession with images from the life of the country man.
(19 m) c. Paris: visit Laurel and Hardy Dick and stupid get off the train. Close-up of the comedian.
(12 m) 05. Youth for youth: GYA (German youth Aktivities) read in the reading room. Portrait painting, craft, chess, table tennis, boxes.
(38 m) 6 Germany today: stations queues in front of ticket offices. Hustle before the lock. Former air-raid shelter in Hamburg as a waiting room. Man drinking out of cups. Travelers sleep in the waiting room. Waiting room in Munich. Hustle before the tram in front of the station. People standing on the street. Old, tattered man goes from debris. People run up embankment to coal train, driving slowly past. Exchange on the black market. People push carts in removal of debris. Police raid in Stuttgart. Cigarettes will be paid out of pocket. Goose in a basket. Cigarette packs will be brought from stocking by man. Station Hamburg with burnt-out dome. Train, shield Get up free ride.
01 U. S. will help Greece the American programme for Greece is run in its entirety. The reconstruction of the country hard hit by the war started with the renovation of the port facilities. In addition to the initial emergency aid of 300 million dollars of consumption goods delivered, to support the political and economic situation of Greece.
Day after day, overseas freighters bring building materials, machines, means of transport, clothing, medicines and food.
In addition, Greece will be supported in the framework of the Marshall plan.
02. streiflichter from Germany: a. International Club In the Hamburg City Hall founded the International Club Hamburg. Its President are the British Regional Commissioner for Hamburg, Vaughan Berry, and Mayor Brewer.
Both spoke at the founding meeting of the purpose and tasks of the Club. In addition to the maintenance of spiritual and cultural interests, especially the foreign relations should be encouraged.
The foreign representatives to the founders of the International Club. Missions in Hamburg and renowned personalities of the Hanseatic City.
b. Walter raft transporting coal to accelerate and simplify the designer Dr. Westphal created a new raft.
Dr. Westphal constructed a load tube the size of a D-Zug-Wagens, consisting of 120 tons of coal or ores. Several such tubes are connected to a raft.
Special vehicles sit at the bow and stern of the tractor. But even ordinary tractor can pull the raft. A fleet of load tube is the same and a tenth of the cost of the transport with one-sixth of the crew as a similar-sized barge fleet.
The tubes can be - manufactured inland without recourse to a shipyard. The giant rafts are drawn with the simplest means. The unloading is done either by hook or by special cranes, which upset the last pipe and unload to 120 tons in ten minutes.
c. Hamburg-Berlin-football the traditional football fight Hamburg-Berlin was held for the 50th time. In front of 25,000 spectators, both teams show a fluid game in Hamburg in heavy ground. Berlin: black trousers.
Berlin score the first goal.
Now Hamburg coming up. The ball moves from man to man. Here is the balance. It is 1: 1.
After the break, Hamburg's superiority is obvious. The Berlin team is pushed completely into the defense.
Hamburg shoots another 6 goals in quick order. With a result of 7: Hamburg has won 1 of the 50 previous games 22, 10 were undecided.
03. new Scala, Berlin: Parody and rhythm in the new Scala, Berlin, show Lieselotte KÖSTER and Jockel steel one of the best dance numbers of the season, a parody of the swing - whimsically and funny...
04. News in brief: a. Walcheren the inhabitants of the Dutch island of Walcheren had a memorable day.
Walcheren was been flooded in the last phase of the war by destroying the dams within a few hours.
With hold Juliane, the British Prime Minister, Attlee had come to the small North Sea Island.
After rebuilding the levees will be the island is planted now, admit to the ground stop.
Prime Minister Attlee said in his speech the landing of British troops at Westkapelle, and planted the first tree to the reminder.
A tour which resulted in the new levees hold.
The new trees to help again to make Walcheren, what it once was: a fertile garden of Holland.
b. Lord Mayors Show London, the solemn inauguration of his new Lord Mayor committed to old-fashioned way.
A folk celebration for young and old. The four hundred year old golden carriage is accompanied on their trip through the town by the guardians of the tower.
The traditional parade, the Lord Mayor's show, was This time dedicated to the work of the rural population, which provides the nutrition of the world city: at the moment for England and London a particularly topical issue.
The one hundred thousand spectators came in unusually fine weather fully at their own expense.
c. Laurel and Hardy coming from America met in Paris the two famous movie comedians: Laurel and Hardy.
As "Fat and stupid" she delighted countless movie with her sharp humor.
As you can see, they are old... namely Dick still... and stupid.
05. for youth: increasingly one finds now in town and country the letters GYA GYA - it is the abbreviation for "German Youth Activities," the relief of the American army for the German youth. It began after the end of the war at first unofficially. Eighteen months ago, the care for the German youth was inducted into the program of crew tasks. Clubs were founded, where young people get together to play, entertainment and discussion. Today there are 177 youth hostels in the American zone. 600 members of the occupation army serve mainly the youth clubs - thousands of others help in their spare time. In informal socializing and on a voluntary basis in American clubs for girls and boys come together.
The basis of the GYA is a spacious sports program. Sports equipment and clothing provided by the U.S. Army.
06. stations at the beginning and at the end of each trip is a railway station. However, the stations are more than just a starting point and destination of business or private travel. You are the hub of the unruhvollen life of our days, the focal points of the great migrations, whose Wogen branden from country to city and again from city to country.
Never in the history of the German transport the railway saw such a large mass on the road today. It is an eternal bustling and hunting, an urging and waiting.
The stations are places of transit. In Hamburg, a former air-raid shelter offers accommodation in the stranger the traveller and the homeless for a few hours. Here there is a meal for the shivering A little bit warmth, for the hungry and for the weary a concern instead. Here comes the unruhvolle station life for a short time to rest. The waiting rooms of some stations, like that of Munich, offer a nearly peace moderate image again.
Flourishing life splashes on the forecourt of the railway stations. The traffic here reaches its highest density. The statistics says that most accidents happen close to the stations. The boisterous bustling and urging brings to the surroundings of the train station. The storm on the tram is often the last leg of a journey.
In the middle of the moving drive of the shelters, there are still Islands. Here the word "Wait" is left by the dictionary of station life - waiting on nothing or something...
Further away from the station, the stream of traffic flushes more flotsam and Jetsam of life in the quieter streets.
From the entrance to the station, trains run slowly - also the may. The coal thieves risk for narrow prey: life and healthy bones. The black market often hitting his headquarters near the stations.
Here a picture from Berlin: that is a group of black - with all things... the other group builds, with all the forces... A spotlight on our time!
Sometimes it is called: RAID! - as here in Stuttgart.
This mattress will be cleaned out thoroughly.
Slowly, the stations also change her face. Heal the wounds of war time - and new tracks lead into a new period. But always, the station remains a center of life today.
01. The U.S.A. Helps Greece
The American Relief Programme for Greece is in full swing. The reconstruction of the land which suffered severe damageduring the war began with the repairing of the harbours. Besides the first 300 million dollars, urgent imports were sent back up the political and economic situation in Greece. Day after day freighters bring building material, machines, vehicles, clothes medicaments and food from overseas. Besides that Greece will also get support by the Marshal Plan.
02. News Flashes from Germany:
a. International Club
Hamburg's City Hall was the scene of the foundation of the International Club, Hamburg. The presidents are Vaughan Berry, British Regional Commissioner for Hamburg, and Burgomaster Brauer.
Besides the cultivation of intellectual and cultural interests this club will help to improve relations with foreign countries. The founders of the International Club are representatives of foreign Missions in Hamburg as well as important persons of the Hanse town.
b. Westphal Barges
To improve transportation of coal Dr. Westphal constructed a new barge the size of a vestibule car which can hold 120 tons of coal or more.
Several of those pipes are combined to make the barge. Special boats are fastened at top and end of this float, but ordinary tug boats can be used.
A normal fleet of barges with 1/6 of the crew 1/10 of the cost.
The transport pipes can be manufactured anywhere - - and no wharf is needed.
Simple deviced steer these huge b[...]rges. Special cranes unload the 120 ton contents within ten minutes.
c. Football, Hamburg vs Berlin
The traditional football meeting between Hamburg and Berlin was held for the 50th time. Both teams gave good performances in Hamburg before 25,000 fans.
Berlin: black shorts.
Berlin scores the first goal.
Now Hamburg gains, with fine ball-passing.
Here is Hamburg's chance: 1:1.
After half-time Hamburg is superior. The Berliner's are always on the defence. Hamburg quickly scores 6 more goals. With the result of 7:1, Hamburg has won 22 games out of 50, 10 were undecided.
03. Neue Scala, Berlin
Parody and Rhythm
At the Neue Scala in Berlin Lieselotte Köster and Jockel Stahl bring one of the best dance - performances of this season - a merry swing parody ...
04. Actualities in Brief:
The population of the Dutch island of Walcheren had an unusual day. In the last period of war Walcheren was flooded by the destruction of its dykes.
Together with Princess Regent Juliana the British Prime Minister Attlee had come to the small North Sea island. After reestablishment of the dykes the island is now being planted to stabilize the ground.
Prime Minister Attlee addressed the audience and spoke of the landing of British troops near Westkapelle, and then planted the first tree. With the Princess Regent he walked to the new dykes. The new trees will help to make Walcheren what it was once [...]o: the fertile garden of Holland.
b. Lord Mayor's Show
London held the Lord Mayor's Show according to tradition. A public festival for - old and young.
The guards of the tower accompany the 400-year-old golden coach on its drive through the City.
The traditional Lord Mayor's Show this year was dedicated to the work of the farmers who care for the nourishment of the metropolis: at present a very vital problem for the whole of England.
Beautiful weather contributed to attract hundred of thousands of spectators.
c. Laurel and Hardy
Coming from America the two famous film comediar., Laurel and Hardy, arrived in Paris.
As "Dick and Doof" they enchanted innumerable movie fans. As you see, they are still the old ...
05. For the Youth:
German Youth Activities
In towns and in the country the letters GYA are seen very often now: it is the abbreviation for German Youth Activities, the relief work of the U.S.Army for German Youth. After the end of the war this programme first was begun unofficially. One and a half year ago the care of German Youth was included in the programme of occupational tasks. Clubs were established in which children assembled for play and discussion. At present there are 177 youth homes. 600 Members of the U.S. Forces are in Charge of the youth clubs - thousands more assist in their hours of leisure. Boys and girls join these clubs voluntarily.
An allround sports programme is one of the basis of GYA. Sport equipment and clothes are given by the U.S.Army.
06. Germany to-day:
At the beginning and the end of any travel is a station. But today the stations are more than that. They are the focal point of the migration of nations, a mark of our restless time. Never before in the German history of traffic have such masses of people travelled by rail. It is a continuous pushing and chasing and waiting. The stations are crossroads. In Hamburg a former arraid shelter houses the strangers and homeless people for a short time. Here, cold people have a warm place. The hungry get a meal, and the tired have a place to lie down. Here, in the restless station, lige calms down for a little while. The restaurants of some stations, like the one in Munich already give a peace time impression.
Before the station traffic reaches its climax and statistics report that most accidents happen near the stations. The fight for a streetcar ride often is the last lap of journey.
Amidst the busy places are quiet islands - waiting for something or for nothing - -
Before entering the station the trains go slow: also the coal trains. For this lost the coal thiefs risk their lives.
[...]kwarket opens up its headquarters often near the stations. He [...] picture from Berlin: one group is blackmarket - - the other group builds and works.
Sometimes there is a raid! (As here in Stuttgart).
Slowly but surely the stations change their appearance. The wounds of war heal - - and new rails lead into a new period.
But the station will always be the centre of modern life.
Persons in the Film
Attlee, Clement ; Berry, Vaughan ; Brauer, Max ; Jürgens, Hardy ; Juliana von Holland ; Köster, Lieselotte ; Laurel ; Stahl, Jockel ; Westphal
Stuttgart ; Berlin ; Germany ; London ; Holland ; Hamburg ; Greece ; Munich ; Paris ; Federal Republic of Germany
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