01 streiflichter from Germany a. US zone: aircraft scrap men during demolition work on the old aircraft. The scrap metal is melted in a furnace and aluminium alloy formed into ingots. Aluminium ingots.
(25 m) b. Bad Godesberg: Gasthof "the Linden hostess" long shot of the city. Gasthof "the Linden hostess" (Annie). People go to Inn. Image of the Linden hostess. Notes of the song "A drop in the bucket more." Postcards with address "Ännchen". Students and old men to regulars at beer round. The guest rooms of post vans and calf barn.
(24 m) c. Berlin: school dental clinic receptionist door stop, the boys go. The dentist talks to boys. Boy on treatment Chair in dental treatment. Dental X-ray. Dentist pulls teeth.
(16 m) 2 avalanches and floods mountain in the snow. Avalanche tracks. Search of the mountain rescue service with the search dog Rolf on the search for missing climbers. Avalanche dog finds the backpack of the victim. Strong River currents and waves. Broken bridge in Düsseldorf After ramming through a barge. Flooded fields and trees. Man wading with rubber boots by water and removes dead chicken. Flooded streets and fields. People riding in boats.
(42 m) 03 pictures from all over the world a. Prague: AutoTest on stair car test on stairs in Prague - swivel the longest staircase in the world in Prague. Cars drive up the stairs to the test down and back. Motorcyclists drive down stairs and up.
(22 m) b. Canada: felling tree trunks when transported to the sawmill. Sawing machine cuts the trunks. The tribes slip on railway and fall River.
(17 m) c. United States: floor damage by wild men go on snow field and To find corroded corn on the cob. Man get on plane. Wild fleeing from flying aircraft in nearby forests. Pictures of the fleeing prey from aircraft.
(24 m) 04. Three fates a. King Victor Emanuel of Italy died in exile King Victor Emanuel of Italy died in Egypt in exile - Victor Emanuel, great. Victor Emanuel gets out of Bowl and walks out front by force. He greets from balcony.
(21 m) b. Emperor Hirohito visited Hiroshima's motorcade. Japanese break through the barrier. Police hold back people. Car driving by people trellis. Hirohito gets out of car and takes off hat in salute. Hirohito welcomed orphan children whose parents arrived in Hiroshima to life. Aerial view of the destroyed city. 1945. rebuilt neighborhoods. Hirohito, great.
(25 m) c. From King Michael, King Michael of Romania would like to thank on reception. Michael and his mother Helene salute officers. Michael with raised glass, half-close. People umdrängen train at railway station on his way to Lausanne.
(21 m) 05. The art life a. Munich: art exhibition in the Lenbach Villa men carry pictures in the House. Motorcycle riders brings image. Images in the STÄDTISCHE Galerie in the Lenbach Villa. Commission examined pictures, whether they are to be issued. Visitors in the painting exhibition of the Munich Kunstverein.
(28 m) b. Hamburg: Guest performance of the Australian pianist Eileen Joyce Eileen Joyce on piano, great. She plays the Piano Concerto conducted by Ljubomir Rahul with Orchestra number 1 by Tchaikovsky.
(24 m) c. Berlin: opening of three theatres front of Corso Theatre, the former cinemas Lichtburg. Swing from the ceiling of the Hall above the rank to auditorium with a few people. People in front of the theatre at the Kurfürstendamm. People in the foyer. Ceiling chandelier. The former Metro pole Theater between rubble is reopened as a comic opera. Opening performance of "Die Fledermaus". Swing by ceiling chandelier to stage with scene from the "bat". Actor on the revolving stage performance, total.
(36 m) 6 Australia: shepherd driving flock of sheep with a shepherd 3 sheep over bridge. The Sheepdog Jonny, great. Shepherd drives together three sheep, to drive over the bridge. Sheep attacking the dog. Sheep run over the bridge. Dog is praised by the Lord.
01 streiflichter from Germany: a. aircraft scrapping significant quantities of obsolete and disused American warplanes are in the American occupation zone of in Germany.
You are now, cannibalized after previous demolition, and scrapped. There are also several German planes. The two powers Control Board estimates that 25 to 30 000 tonnes of pure aluminium can be gain from scrapping. The scrap is melted at 8 to 9000 degrees heat and then poured into ingots. 50 percent of this American material was destined for the United States - the other half remains in Germany. On the way, the German economy receives much needed raw material for power lines, electrical equipment, kitchen utensils and tools.
b. Linden hostess in Godesberg am Rhein, the historical house "to the Linden hostess" stands for two hundred years. His landlady Annie Schumacher made it known throughout the world. Many generations of students met with singing and wine. Images, yellowed photographs and notes of the song "A drop in the bucket more" reminiscent of old times. Postcards to reach their destination, despite some comic address.
The Linden hostess died 13 years ago.
Remained but the old student pub is with their cosy guest rooms, the "mail truck" and the "calf barn".
And some "old Lord" is today still sometimes like to back in the Aennchenhaus.
c. school dental clinic, Berlin in Berlin schools To find regular dental examinations Instead of the results show that of the 6 children of up 9jährigen almost 90% suffer from tooth defects.
These alarming numbers increase even in the older school children. Advice and treatment in a modern clinic can stop the widespread complaints and defects smaller damage be repaired Right away - more treatments will only carried out after the consent of the parents. So is felt in a timely manner on the tooth the children.
2 the unusually warm weather brought avalanches and flooding thaw and avalanche falls in January in the mountains. Numerous heavy avalanches were notably in the Alps to Valley. In Bavaria, a skier was Krottental in a basic avalanche. With search equipment and the only avalanche Beagle of in Germany, Rolf, the mountain rescue service was looking for the victim. Rolf was only the backpack of the skier, and the salvage work in big avalanche two days had to be canceled after inconclusive.
In the plane, the thaw led to a rapid rise of rivers and floods. Especially in West Germany, considerable damage was done.
In Düsseldorf, a barge rammed into a pillar of the Freeman bridge that broke apart by the impact.
In Germany alone, 28 bridges and river crossings were destroyed by the floods. The flood reached partly a level stood, which is higher than the greatest heights of the last twenty years. Often, navigation had to be adjusted. Roads and embankments have been flooded, interrupted telephone and transportation links. The damage go into the millions.
03. images from all over the world: a. the world's longest ladder is cars on the stairs, Prague in Prague. It is also the venue for one of the world's toughest performance sample.
A Czech car company can be downstairs rolled their new cars. to test the strength of the brand. Then it's upstairs. With the motorcycles, then the same thing...
As I said - it is a real sample of the performance and not about a staircase wit of the history of the sport, b. logging, Canada in Canada is beaten increasingly wood for the manufacture of paper.
Here a plant in Quebec.
Machines are working directly on the logging, the tribes of the river glide on long slides.
From here they are kehrbach paper mills. Canada wood should help to remedy the lack of paper in the world.
c. Hunt from the air in search of winter food harmful wild in North America often significant corridor. Because the farmer can not monitor the vast acreage, grab a new means to scare away the wildlife.
With an airplane, the fields be overflown on which stand the corn cobs in a bundle to stay over the winter. The machine about flees into the protective forests stroking wild in flying low.
Nothing happens the animals - they get away with the horror - the farmer but preserve valuable corn before the destruction.
04. three fates: a. King Victor Emanuel three personalities of world history - three varied fates.
Exkönig Victor Emanuel of Italy died in exile in Egypt. Victor Emanuel had climbed the Italian throne in 1900, gave the Government his son Umberto 1944 and 1946 finally abdicated. His personality is highly controversial. They called him the little King", since he measured only 1 meter 58 - but also as the rulers and politicians, he had little format. He died a "forgotten" man, at the age of 78.
b. Emperor Hirohito, Emperor Hirohito walks on new, democratic ways.
Recently, he visited the city of Hiroshima, which was destroyed by the first atomic bomb shortly before the war ended.
One million people was on the way to greet the emperor. Today, the ratio of population to the Imperial House is in contrast to earlier completely casual.
Here, Hirohito greets orphan children whose parents came to destroy Hiroshima to life.
2 1/2 years ago, the city of Hiroshima provided this image of total destruction. Now she is purchased new from debris and ashes.
A remarkable number of massive buildings, is located next to many houses, which were built in the light of Japanese construction.
Hiroshima became a symbol for the reconstruction of Japan.
(c). King Michael König Michael of Romania abdicated. His country became a people's Republic. Here you can see him in the last rays of courtly splendour. Meanwhile, the 26-year-old ex-King came with his mother in Switzerland, where you expected his early engagement with the Princess Anna Bourbon-Parma. He now runs the name of Michael of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen.
On the trip to Lausanne, the special train on the Hütteldorfer station in Vienna had short stay. For this period of time, the platforms resembled a buzzing hive. But the main person remained invisible to the great disappointment of the domestic and foreign newspaper reporters and other interested parties. The curious had left.
05. art life: a. Lenbach Villa art exhibition painting and Munich are two inseparable concepts. This year, the Munich Kunstverein commits its 125 anniversary. The old traditional exhibition building of the Association in the Hofgarten arcade fell war victim, now, after a five year break, To find Instead of the exhibitions at the STÄDTISCHE Galerie in the Lenbach Villa.
A Commission will decide Which one works are exhibited. Painter of world renown, such as Spitzweg, lenbach, Defregger and Hans Thoma thank their successes in support of the Munich Kunstverein.
The Club has taught in many exhibitions of the art work of in Germany and other countries. During the Third Reich he kept free of any Nazi influences. Now start a new era in the traditional history of the well known German Art Association.
b. Eileen Joyce, the famous Australian pianist Eileen Joyce gave a guest performance in Germany. In Hamburg, she plays in the music hall under the direction of Ljubomir Rahul's Piano Concerto of number 1 of Tchaikovsky.
(Original music) c. Three theater in Berlin again bought three leading Berlin theatre of rubble and debris. In the North the previous cinema "Lichtburg" became the "Corso Theatre"; two-thousand-seat auditorium is an ofthe stage in Berlin. Here, the cheerful Muse should have their place. The theatre was opened with the world premiere of the operetta "Chanel No. 5". Also the "theater am Kurfürstendamm" bought new, as a jewel of the art of acting. A revolving stage and an excellent technical apparatus make the theatre one which modern Berlin was the artistic beginning of again resurrected "Theatre at the Kurfürstendamm" a new Inscenierung of the "Midsummer night's dream".
And finally the former "Metropol-theater" grew, one of the most famous art cities of Berlin, again from the ruins. It now bears the name "Comic opera" and renewed the glorious tradition of the House with a performance of "Die Fledermaus".
06. One is there against three in Australia, about 90 million sheep and many Shepherd dogs. But there is only a Jonny, the best Shepherd of Australia and winner of many prizes.
Here, Jonny shows his masterpiece. He has the task of driving three sheep over a small bridge. Sheep have expressed a reluctance to go over bridges and it is a feat, to move it to this step. Jonny may not bite or barking--he must curb his temper, even if the sheep unleash their outrage.
A three - dog's will against the stubbornness of the sheep. A whistle of his Lord and Jonny will prevail: a master of his trade.
01. News Flashes from Germany
a. Old Aeroplanes
There are an enormous number of old American planes in the U. S. Zone of Germany which are being broken down and melted into new raw material. Several German planes are among them, also. The Bi-Zonal Control Office estimates that 25 to 30,000 tons of aluminium can be salvaged. The parts are melted at 8 to 9,000 degrees of heat Celsius and then cast into bars. 50% of this American material is sent to America, the rest stays in Germany. So the German industry will get important rawmaterial for cables, electric parts, household goods and tools.
b. The Linden hostess
In Godesberg o./Rhein is the 200-year-old historic inn "Zur Lindenwirtin". It became world famed through its hostess Aennchen Schuhmacher. Many generations of students met here to drink and sing. Pictures, photographs and the notes of the song "Keinen Tropfen im Becher mehr" are reminders of olden times. Postcards arrived, although the addresses sometimes were humourous. The Linden-hostess died 13 years ago. But the student's inn is still there with its comfortable rooms, the "Postwagen and the "Kälberstall".
c. School Dentists, Berlin
There are regular tooth inspections held in Berlin schools. The results demonstrate that 90% of the 6 to 9 year-old children have bad teeth. This perceutage increases with the older school children. Advice and treatment is given in a modern clinic. Small damages are immediately repaired - operations are only performed with the consent of the parents.
02. Avalanches and Floods
The unusually warm weather in January brought thaw and avalanches in the mountains. In Krottental, Upper-Bavaria, a skier was buried in an avalanche. With special searching devices and the only avalanche dog in Germany, Rolf, the "Bergwacht" searches for the victims. Yet the dog only found the rucksack and after two days of searching in the house-high avalanche, the search had to be abandoned. The thaw cauced immense floods especially in Western Germany. In Dusseldorf a freighter rammed the Freeman-Bridge, which broke down. In Western Germany along 28 bridges were destroyed. The floods often reached record heights for the past 20 years. Telephone and traffic connections were interruppted and the damage goes into the millions.
03. News Flashes from Everywhere:
a. Autos Climb Stairs, Prague
The longest stairs in the world are in Prague. A Czech motor car factory tests its new cars by a drive up and down these stairs. The same is done with motor-cycles.
Canada increases wood cutting for paper production. Here is a factory in Quebec. The sawing-machines work directly in the forests and the logs roll down into the river. From there they are shipped to the paper mills. Canada's timber will contribute to relieve the world paper shortage.
Hunt from the Air
During winter the deer in America cause considerable damage to crops on the fields. As the farmers cannot control the vast territory they have a new means of chasing the deer away. By plane they fly over the fields, frighten away the deer, and save their corn from destruction.
04. Three fates:
a. Three personalities in world history - - three changing fates. Ex-King Victor Emanuel of Italy died in exile in Egypt. Victor Emanuel ascended the Italian throne in 1900, in 1944 he handed over the governing power to his son Umberto, and in 1946 he finally abdicated. He was called the "little king" because he was only 1,58 meters high - - and as a ruler and politician he only had little effect. He died, a "forgotten" man, 78 years old.
b. Emperor Hirohito
Emperor Hirohito goes on his new democratic ways. He recently visited Hiroshima which was destroyed by the first atomic bomb. One million people were present to hail the emperor. The relations between the people and the imperial house is now completely reestablished. Here Hirohito greets orphans who lost their parents in the destruction of Hiroshima. 2 1/2 years ago Hiroshima was entirely destroyed. Meanwhile the city revived, and besides many new houses in the light Japanese fashion many brick buildings have been built.
c. King Michael
King Michael of Rumania has abdicated. His country becomes a people's republic. Here he is seen in the last rays of royal splendour. Meanwhile the 26-year-old ex-King went to Switzerland with his mother, and his engagement to Princess Anne Bourbon-Parma is expected soon. He now is called Michael von Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen. On the drive to Lausanne the special train stopped in Vienne, but is was a disappointment for the newspaper reporters, because the ex-King remained invisible.
a. Exhibition in Lenbach Villa
Painting and Munich are unseparable. This year the Munich Kunstverein has its 125th anniversary. The old traditional Hofgarten Arkaden Museum was destroyed during the war. Now, after 5 years the first show is held in the Municipal Gallery in the Lenbach Villa. A jury decides which pictures are shown. Famous painters like Spitzweg, Defregger, Hans Thoma and Lenbach owe their success to the help of the Munich Kunstverein. During the third Reich these painters stayed out of the Nazi sphere.
b. The famous Australian pianist Eileen Joyce
gave a brilliant performance in Germany. In the Music Hall, Hamburg, she played the Piano Concerto No. 1 by Tschaikowsky, conducted by [...]jubomir Romansky. (Original Sound).
c. 3 Berlin Theaters
3 leading Berlin theaters have been reconstructed. In the north the former "Lichtburg" became the "Corso Theater" which seats 2,000 persons, one of Berlin's largest theatres. It was opened with the operette "Chanel No. 5." The "Theater am Kurfürstendamm" was reconstructed, too; a turning stage and good technical equipment make it the most modern theatre in Berlin. Then the "Summernights Dream" was staged. And finally the former "Metropol-Theater" was opened again. Now it is called "Komische Oper", and opens with "The Fledermaus". (Original Sound).
06. One Against Three
There are 90 million sheep in Australia and, of course, a great number of sheep dogs. But there is only one Jonny, the winner of manny prizes. Here, Jonny shows his masterpiece. He has to lead 3 sheep over a little bridge. Sheep have a special aversion against bridges and it is a hard nut for Jonny to crack. He must not bite or bark. Finally Jonny succeeds.
Persons in the Film
Helene von Rumänien ; Hirohito von Japan ; Joyce, Eileen ; Michael von Rumänien ; Romansky, Ljubor ; Victor, Emanuel
U.S. zone ; Hiroshima ; Munich ; Alps ; Vienna ; United States ; Canada ; Bad Godesberg ; South West Germany ; Berlin ; Prague ; La Guardia ; New York ; Egypt ; Hamburg ; Romania ; West Germany
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