01. punishment for Auschwitz Court building in Krakow. Courtroom. Dock, total. Judges table. Accused with big headphones. Judge renders judgment, half-close. Listeners in the room total.
(27 m) 2 updates in the near future a. Hamburg: handover of the NWDR in German hands passing the North West German broadcasting in German hands - the Hamburg radio House, total. Ceremony in the large auditorium. As listeners in the 1st row of Mayor Brewer and Senator Landahl, total, clapping. The political advisor of the Commander-in-Chief of the British zone, Mr. steel, in speech. Mr. steel the Charter certificate to the Chairman of the main Committee of the NWDR, Dr. Kiesselbach passes. Dr. Kiesselbach goes to the lectern. The bylaws document, large.
(17 m) b. US - army leaves Italy U.S. soldiers take their duffel bag on the shoulder and go over stairs on troop transports. Waving from the ship.
(9 m) c. Wuppertal: Professor Domagk gets handed out the 1939 Nobel Prize Professor Domagk for medicine with employees in his laboratory. DOMAGK sets from Microsoft. The certificate of the Nobel Prize, big. DOMAGK speaks to two employees, standing, o-ton: "after my return from Stockholm thank you I you, ladies and gentlemen, from the Chemical Division, clear, doctor doctor mixing, with all my heart. By the delivery and making your preparations the condition that I could discover the healing power of the sulfonamide gave me is only."
(25 m) 03 United States: friendship train for Europe donations for food train across America. Donations are loaded on the train. Wagons are appended. Locomotive, great. Bags are loaded. The statue of liberty. Ship train passes with wagon friendship statue of liberty.
(31 m) 04. miracle of camera - time lapse and slow of young Americans attached special camera contacts. Headlights light up. IRIS blossoms and Wilts in the time lapse. Flower opens and closes petals. Flowering of the Hibiscusstrauches and closing of the flowers. Special lamps and flash light. Flight of the bee, which is attached with wax to needle in slow motion. Bee dissolves by needle. Bee, it's great. Flight of hummingbirds before normal honey vessels and in slow motion.
(72 m) 05. Hamburg: organization sign on door: Institute for the study of public opinion. Door opens. Man distributed questionnaires to people. Pedestrians on the road. Interviewers questioned people. He questioned dentist in the practice and conductor in the tram. He asked farmer on his farm. Woman on doorstep berated him and closes the door. Evaluate the requests table next to Secretary. Men in front of card.
(32 m) 6th sports a. Manchester: European Championships in bantamweight boxing Peter Kane - Joe Cornelis (Belgium) beat change of the Boxer in the ring. Firing at the spectators, half-close. Cornelis is in the 3. Round cautioned for hitting with the open hand. Shock Exchange. Audience, great. Boxer go to fight in your corner. The winner is the Englishman Peter Kane points.
(25 m) b. New York: America's Ice skaters train for Olympics training the US champion Greta Marrow. Ice dancing. Training an American (25 m) 07. England: it comes up smoking chimneys. Miners in the shaft at coal. Coal is transported on a conveyor belt. Workers in railway repair workshop. Train. Railway workers on Sunday. They put on work clothes and unloading boxcars. Travelling on the London underground. Drive through the tunnel. Subway exit in subway station. Worker in driver's cab of the subway.
(42) 08 mouth harmonica Orchestra star - 20 man 400 instruments play Chapel, total. Musicians sitting in front of many harmonicas and switch the harmonica all the time, depending on the pitch. The Orchestra plays the March "under the Star-Spangled Banner". Conductor, great. Players with different harmonicas.
01 the trial of the main responsible persons for the Auschwitz concentration camp to end went before a Polish court punishment for Auschwitz in Krakow.
The defendants are German camp guards or members of the German administrative staff; it outrageous atrocities against the camp inmates were detected them, particularly against female prisoners.
In total, nearly 300,000 people perished day-to-day Nations in the Auschwitz concentration camp. The Court sentenced 23 defendants to death, 6 to change prison, ten to longer prison sentences, one was acquitted.
The Auschwitz concentration camp is maintained as a Memorial of disgrace so as it stands today... as a lasting memorial to his 300,000 victims.
02. updates soon: a. Nordwestdeutscher Rundfunk In the large Sendesaal in Hamburg the ceremony of the Northwest German radio in German hands found Instead of.
The political advisor of the Oberbefehlhabers in the British zone, Mr. Steel, in his speech.
Among the listeners many leaders of German intellectual life.
Mr. steel passes the Charter certificate to Dr. Kiesselbach, the Chairman of the main Committee of the Nordwestdeutscher Rundfunk. From now on is the North West German broadcasting a separate and independent body.
b. U.S. Army, Italy leaves US occupying forces in fulfilment of the peace treaty with Italy leave the country. Also the English units have given Italy.
Troop return the American soldiers in their home.
c. Nobel DOMAGK In 1939 the Nobel Prize was awarded the German scientist Professor Domagk for medicine.
Since the adoption of Nobel prizes in the Third Reich was prohibited, the price could be handed until now. Professor Domagk received this highest scientific award for the discovery of the medical effectiveness of sulfonamides, - Professor Domagk took the Nobel Prize from the hands of the Swedish King in receiving important remedies against many infectious diseases. In the laboratory of Wuppertal, he is greeted by his staff.
03. across America - from California to New York - a, which collects food for the starving population of Europe train U.S.A friendship train for Europe. This train is named "Friendship train". He is further proof of the desire of the American people, to help Europe. The movie stars from Hollywood To give their part.
Car for car on the train and attach on the 4,000 km-long route, every city, every village donates.
The train is finally too long and have to drive in several departments. Total 270 wagons of full high quality food collected on the ride across America. Of the 12,000 tons, France received 6,000 tons. The rest is intended for the rest of Europe, especially for Italy.
The shipping companies have joined the relief and free transport the entire cargo of friendship turn to Europe.
04. miracle of camera in America a young student of biology has built a special facility, with the help of the film to make visible growth processes of plants.
At certain intervals, lights and camera turn on automatically and hold the individual phases of growth.
And so you can see how falls case for case a plant.
In a matter of seconds, unfold the petals and wither again. A process, which recording requires months of patient work is recorded frame by frame at long intervals. For example every hour a shot. The Strip then performed at a normal pace, the miracle of time-lapse recording is created: the nature is outwitted.
So blooms of the Hibiscus shrub... And here the opposite effect, the focus of the overtime. The camera will reveal the secret of fastest movements, as here of the flying flight. Four sets of special lamps that rotate into faster motion provide illumination.
The film hurtles pictures at a speed of 85 km/h through the apparatus - as soon as a D-Zug. In a second 3,000 images are exposed.
And seems as slow motion of the otherwise invisible rhythm of wing beat - in reality the fly beats in a minute 18,000 times with wings.
The fly is moored with some wax on a needle. Through the heat of the spotlights, the wax melts - the fly detaches from the needle and begins to float in the free space.
And again: fastest movement before the miracle camera. Hummingbirds zip to the honey container - their wings so fast that they can stay in the air. The overtime Magnifier slows down this process to 150 times. You conjures up a graceful, dancing levitation from the blow of the wing. Secrets of nature - revealed through the miracle of the camera.
Your opinion, please...
For more than two years, the Institute for the study of public opinion works in Hamburg. There are similar facilities in other cities. After the pattern of the American Gallup Institute reporters ask the husband and the wife of everyday life for their opinion on issues of politics, the economy, the family - short throughout life.
For all strata of the population, from the housewife of the worker, the farmer and officials up to the academics it says: your opinion please... This survey method yields a precise picture of generally prevailing ideas. Up to three percent exactly, the Institute comes to the correct estimates of public opinion.
An expulsion must be taken through unreasonable in purchase. Here, the results are collected and analyzed. Public authorities - but also the science and the industrial - use the results and findings.
06. sports: a. European Championship of English Championship defended in boxing in Manchester in the Bantam weight, Peter Kane, his title against the Belgians of Joe Cornelis. Kane, fends off the attacks of his challenger in light pants, in the initial rounds with ease. In the third round, the referee of Cornelis due to hitting with an open glove cautioned. The battle brings no decisive moments. After the full distance of 15 rounds, Peter Kane winner explains points. He remains champion.
b. American skaters train right in the heart of New York's train America's best skaters for the Olympics.
Here the five-time American Champion Greta Marrow.
Also the ice dance Get up the program.
America's master runners is an 18-year-old student. In the figure skating, the Studiosus is Professor anyway. He has any prospect of winning an Olympic medal.
07. England: Things are looking up England has been a year of severe economic worries. It begins anew with all signs of improved prospects. Radical restrictions on everyone and hard work of the entire population have led to this relief of the situation alone. The rising performance curve of the Kohlenbergbaues is most important: the danger of coal - and fuel shortage, with all its consequences, is overcome. In the entire transportation, which was recently nationalized, show the same results by organization and hard work. The best professionals of the country working on the reconstruction of the of the war transport apparatus taken with heavy.
The English railway workers have often decided on Sunday employment. Immediately after the Church, the work suit is attracted and started with the unloading of the cargo, so that the cars can reopen on Monday. An external sign of this purposeful busyness is rapidly progressive expansion of the London underground network.
This new line runs through tunnels, which hosted a 8 km long underground factory during the war.
England still has not the concerns and constraints for the entirety of how overcome for each long, but it can be haute already notice: things are looking up!
08 20 men play 400 instruments the harmonica Orchestra "Star" is the only one of its kind in whole Germany. Since its inception 45 years ago, the Orchestra through concert tours in Germany and abroad is known become.-each player has up to 30 harmonicas are to be played according to the key.
The Orchestra brings the March "under the Star-Spangled Banner" by Sousa.
01. Auschwitz Trial
In Crakow the trial by a Polish tribunal against the people responsible for the Auschwitz Concentration Camp was concluded. The defendants are German guards or members of the administration personnel who were accused and found guilty of great cruelties, especially to female prisoners. Altogether about 300.000 people of several nations were killed at Auschwitz. 23 defendants were sentenced to death, 6 to life imprisonment, 10 got long term penalties, 1 defendant was released. The Auschwitz Concentration Camp will remain as it is - as a shameful monument to the memory of its 300.000 victims.
02. Actualities in Brief
a. Northwest German Broadcasting Station
In the great broadcasting hall in Hamburg, the Northwestern Radio Station was given into German hands. The political advisor of the Commander-in-Chief of the British Zone, Mr. Steel, addresses the audience, among whom many leaders in German cultural life are seen. Mr. Steel gives the documents to Dr. Kiesselbach, the chairman of the main board of the Station. From now on the Northwestern Radio Station is an independant establishment.
b. US Army leaves Italy
In accordance with the peace treaty with Italy, the American Occupational Forces leave the country. The British units have also left. Troop transports bring the American soldiers home.
c. Domagk, Nobel Prize Winner
In the year 1939 the Nobel Prize for medicine was dedicated to the German scientist Professor Domagk. As reception of such a prize was forbidden in the 3rd Reich, the winner had to wait until now. Professor Domagk received the highest scientific distinction for the finding of the sulfonamids - important medicaments against many infectious diseases. Professor Domagk received the Nobel Prize from the Swedish King. In the Wuppertal laboratory he is congratulated by his collaborators.
Friendship Train for Europe
Across America - from California to New York - runs a train which collects food for the starving population of Europe. The train is called the "Friendship Train". It is another guesture of the American people to help Europe. Filmstars, too, give their contribution. Car after car is fastened to the train and on the 4.000 kilometer distance each town adds to the line. Finally the train becomes too long, and has to go in several sections. Altogether 270 wagons full of food were collected. From the 12.000 tons France got 6.000 and the rest goes to other places in Europe, especially to Italy. The shipping companies joined this relief work and transport the whole shipment to Europe without cost.
04. Magic Camera
A young student of biology built a special camera device to make visible the growth of plants. Camera and lamps work together after a unique principle and record every single motion of plants growing. And so you see how leaf after leaf falls off a plant. The pictures for such film require months of work. Every hour a picture is taken. The hibiscus bush blooms. And here the super slow-motion camera. The camera will reveal the flight of a fly. Four sets of special lamps which revolve very quickly give the light. The film runs through the camera at a speed of 85 kilometers P.H. as fast as an express train. In one second 3.000 pictures are taken. And thus the fast motionof the wing seems to be very slow - although the fly strikes its wings 18.000 times per minute. The fly is fastened to a needle by wax, and by the heat of the lamps the wax melts and the fly flies off. And another test before the camera. Humming birds flutter so fast that they can stay in the air without moving forward. The super-slow motion camera reduces this speed 150 times. Secrets of nature revealed by the camera.
05. What's your opinion?
For more than 2 years the Institute of Public Opinion has worked in Hamburg. In other places, too, similar establishments have been opened. After the model of the American Gallup Institute reporters ask men and women for their opinion on the problems of politics, economy, family and all other important affairs. For all classes of the population whether it is a house-wife, a worker, a farmer, employee or student, the same question is put: What's your opinion, please? This method of questioning gives a 97%-correct picture of public opinion. A "Scram" happens once in a while. Here, the results are analysed. Officials, science and industry use these results.
a. European Boxing Championship
In Manchester the British-European Champion Bantanweight, Peter Kane met his challenger, the Belgian Joe Cornelius. Kane in light shorts, easily defends against attack. In the third round the umpire warns Cornelius for hitting with the open glove. There are no thrills. After 15 rounds Peter Kane wins on points, and is still European Champion.
b. American Skaters Training
In the midst of the city of New York, America's best men on the ice train for the Olympic Games. Here is the 5-times American Champion Greta Marrow. Fancy skating practise.
America's best is an 18-year-old student (A professor on the ice) He has a great chance of winning the Olympic medal.
England goes ahead
England has passed a year of the severest economic troubles. The new year begins with many signs of better times. Hard rationing for everybody and toil for the whole population have led to this better situation. Most important is the increase of coal production: the danger of coal and fuel shortage is eliminated. The traffic and communication services which were put into the hands of the state also prove the results of organisation and energy. Expert work at the reconstruction of transport apparatus, heavily knocked about during the war. The English railroad workers often decided to work on Sundays. Immediately after divine service working clothes are put on, and the shipment unloaded, so that on Monday the wagons can roll off. Another sign of business is the improvment of the underground network. This new line goes through tunnels which housed 8-kilometers-long factories during the war.
England could not eliminate all sorrows and shortages - but now it can be said: they go ahead!
08. 20 men with 400 instruments
The mouth organ Orchestra "Stern" is the only one of its kind in the whole of Germany. Since it was established 45 years aho this orchestra became famed in Germany and abroad. Each musician ha[...] to 30 mouth organs at his disposal, which he uses for the right melody. The orchestra presents the march "Stars and Stripes" by Sousa.
Persons in the Film
Brauer, Max ; Domagk ; Kiesselbach ; Landahl, Heinrich ; Steel, Tommy ; Cornelis, Joe ; Kane, Peter ; Marrow, Greta
Manchester ; New York ; England ; Hamburg ; United States ; Italy ; Wuppertal ; Krakow
Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Narcotics, drugs ; Boxes ; Chemistry ; Ice skating ; cameramen, cameramen ; Musical events ; Medals, awards, honors ; Plants ; Radio, television ; Shipping ; sports audience, sports spectator ; Animals (except dogs) ; Buildings ; concentration camp ; Countries ; Military ; Welfare, aid agencies, care ; Jobs ; Costumer ; Construction ; Mining ; Crew ; Japan ; Military ; aftermath of war
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