01 updates soon a. India: Gandhi's ashes Indians moving masses. Decorated car, accompanied by his sons, the urn containing the ashes of Gandhi's. Water vehicle drives the ashes in the Ganges River. The ashes will be scattered in the water.
(30 m) b. Henry Ford Jr. in Cologne the Ford works, total. Henry Ford get out of car. He visited the factory. Henry Ford driving the 10.000. Ford truck off the Assembly line since the war. Ford trucks.
(17 m) c. King Leopold of Belgium in Havana King Leopold, great. His wife Liana Réthy and Crown Prince Baudouin side by side, great. Baudouin, great.
(9 m) 2 England: the world's best in the table tennis women's single: Gisella Farcas, Hungary, playing against Vera Thomas, England, and prevails. Gisella Farcas Cup, great. Men's individual: Bergmann, England, plays against Vana of Czechoslovakia, and WINS. Bergmann is complimented with Cup. Men's double: Vana and Sankar, Czechoslovakia, win the World Championship.
(30 m) 03. streiflichter from Germany a. Göttingen: Founding of the Max Planck Gesellschaft Otto Hahn speaks, total and big. Bust of Max Planck, great. Otto Hahn is President of the society. People clap.
(18 m) Munich: discussion with Carl Zuckmayer about "The Devil's General" Carl Zuckmayer on the lectern, half-close in a public discussion. Zuckmayer, great. Under present Paul Dahlke, big. Young people ask o-ton: "I believe that the tragic figure, which Mr Zuckmayer Mr Zuckmayer near us, brought us we see boys in this piece, is the Lieutenant Hartmann." Carl Zuckmayer about Oderbruch, o-ton: "for me the Oderbruch was, if I may say this once, a kind of self solution. That the move from a desire to act, he performs the in the piece as acting figure, this is just the expression of what many people felt and suffered have. I think it belongs to the deepest suffering, a person can be granted, what this Oderbruch making out, he turns and he takes through its act entirely on himself."
(31 m) 04. homemade blue mist shield is tobacco Exchange place ' Strunken purchase. People with bundles of tobacco in front of the House. The leaves are weighed in the collection. The supplier receives packets with fermented tobacco. Bales are stored. Tobacco in the slicer. Packaging machine. Tobacco packages on the Assembly line. Smoking spreads whistle, large.
(43 m) 05. The sound performs miracles ultrasound device. Experiments with ultrasound at American University. A siren sound waves can swirl messed up balls in the glass tube. Sound develops mechanical energy. Sound developed heat and lit a pipe. Pipe-smoker, big. Sound waves can shatter glass. Sound makes fog.
(39 m) 06. Germany today: at risk youth young people are on the street, between rubble and found near train stations. Police take away young people. Young girls peel potatoes in a care home. Girl in the kitchen and on the sewing machine. Knit two girls. Young men wash in the laundry room. Clean up of the sleeping room. Lessons in school. Shoemaker's workshop. Boy sewing sewing machine and by hand to suit. Boys at the bakery before oven in the carpentry shop, in the game of chess, table tennis.
(68 m) 07 pictures from all over the world a. France: Rhône dam construction of the power plant. The floodgates are open. The water flows into a canal. Waterfall of the Rhone tauwerkes.
(17 m) b. Japan: phone without change phone booth. Japanese pays with paper money. Operator on the Fernamt. Cashier empties the telephone. Japanese girl counting the money.
(18 m) c. Labrador: parachute dogs of Notgelandetes aircraft along font SOS. Arctic dogs are thrown into rescue aircraft on parachutes out of the plane. Dogs hanging on the parachutes. Wags the dog. Landing the dogs. Sled is discarded. Doctor jumps down with parachute. Dogs pulling sled to aircraft. Verwundeter is then transported away on sleds.
01 updates soon: a. was under the impression of farewell to Mahatma Gandhi, the Gandhi's ashes once again all over India. The final solemn act of the funeral ceremony took place in Allahabad.
The sons of Gandhi sent the ashes of her murdered father's to the confluence of the Holy streams of Ganges and Jumna. Here too, the carriage with the bronze urn containing red, yellow and white rose petals was overwhelmed.
Prime Minister Pandit Nehru and two million devout saw the solemn procession move to the shore.
A combined land-water vehicle brought the URN until the middle of the Ganges.
While the ashes into the water glided, funeral service Instead of found in all towns and villages of the country. Such expressions of devotion and grief have been seen in India.
b. Ford Jr. coming in Cologne from Holland arrived the American Automobile King Henry Ford junior in Cologne. He convinced by the performance status of the Ford plant on the Rhine, and was interested in the social and personal situation of the workers and employees.
Henry Ford truck that was built here since the war, ran the 10 000th off the Assembly line.
The Ford's Cologne plant reached approximately 25% of its pre war capacity. It will be expanded to the largest European Ford branch.
c. Leopold of Belgium of the exiled King Leopold of Belgium visited Havana. His second wife, the current Duchess of Réty and Crown Prince Baudouin is located in his entourage.
The abdication or the return of King Leopold after Belgium depends on the outcome of a referendum.
02. England: The world's best in table tennis at Wembley when London held the table tennis World Championships. Here the women's singles: Gisella Farcas, Hungary, fights against Vera Thomas, England.
The last rally brings victory for the Hungarian. In the men's singles, Miner plays England (front) against the title holder Vana, Czechoslovakia.
Bailey suggested Vana'diel after hard-fought battle in five sets and thus became world champion.
And finally the most exciting game: the men's doubles. The Tschechoslovaken Vana and Sankar won the World Championship here.
03. streiflichter from Germany: a. Max Planck Society in Göttingen was established the "Max Planck Society for the advancement of science". The company bears the name of the great German scholar Professor Max Planck, who died last year.
The German Nobel Prize winner Professor Otto Hahn is its first President.
With the establishment, the Max Planck Society has received a new secured basis free scientific research in Germany. So far 32 scientific institutes of the American and British zones have joined her. All operate freely and independently and shall neither authorities nor the industry.
(b). Zuckmayer discussion, Munich is Carl Zuckmayer drama "The Devil's General" at the time the most discussed work of the German game plans. In some cities, there was public debate... and one of the most interesting in Munich where Carl Zuckmayer dealt with the German youth about the issues raised in the drama. Young audiences identified himself most naturally with the character of Lieutenant Hartmann, who led the crazy hard and have become skeptical of the recent past youth personified.
A greatly debated figure is of the Oderbruch resistance fighters. Zuckmayer itself sees this vehicle of a tragic conflict and judged, he describes it with his own heat and intensity.
(Original sound) 04 is home-built blue haze of tobacco and cigarettes are still in every sense a burning issue of the day. The self-made therefore increasingly gaining importance. It is a long way from the perennial up to the dump: first of all the small and Kleinstbauern their harvest - stems and leaves - cases - bring or bundles to the collection, such as here in Berlin.
The dried self-construction is weighed and converted into an equivalent amount of fermented tobacco - a welcome enrichment of the allocation of the Barber.
The "Settlers pride" or "Embankment of third selection" is stored after delivery in Bale size of 10 to 12 tons.
In this accumulation of leaves, the tobacco sweating out themselves, as it is called in the jargon.
50 degrees of heat are achieved, turning the pile - and it is a total three or four times. Through this process, the fermentation creates a loss of 25%.
And now the tobacco in the iron grip of complicated apparatus is cut and packaged. The own farmer his crops in this form probably barely will recognize. But the more he enjoys it now: to the fullest as a blue haze.
05. The sound performs miracles: the science has discovered a new field of opportunity: the ultra sound. It is sound waves of more than 30,000 vibrations per second. At such high frequency, she can No more hear the human ear. But the silent sound, ultra sound, according to the latest research proves itself to an unexpected source of energy.
Here A few experiments in an American University: A running in full swing - and therefore inaudible - siren designed the mechanical energy to whirl a handful of glass beads mixed up.
In another experiment, the sound energy generates heat. So the noise lit a pipe.
If the vibration frequency of the sound on the vibrations of a glass is set, so the tank shatters. The acoustic power works silently and invisibly.
In a further attempt to install artificial fog in the force field of ultrasound. In a very short time, the fog is brought by the acoustic energy to the disappearance. In practice, the new source of energy is already widely used for killing bacteria.
And this is just the beginning. The science has gained a new powerful helper: the ultrasound.
06. Germany today: at risk youth it is found everywhere, especially near the stations and in the dark side of the big cities. During the last year for example, 27,000 young people under 18 years of age in the Hamburg station bunker were counted.
This uprooted adolescents are at home in all zones and include the picture of the post-war period, such as the black market and the refugee problem.
They were thrown off course - the times are often guilty - and somehow they fend for themselves. Sometime they also come with the law and then is the time appearance neglected youth"to a problem dealing with the public and particularly the care. There are severe cases under the youthful transgressors, but in the majority it is medium and light offences. All youth offenses are tried by juvenile courts.
The youth judge speaks out of jail sentences, or but the transfer in a care home.
Currently 800 young people serve in Bavaria, for example prison sentences, but several thousand are accommodated in welfare institutions, where they can find back through education and work back to a normal life. Most of the delivered - about 2 thirds - are aged between 14 and 18 years. Here the Juvie Bishop Ried am Ammersee. Young people remain the improvement and the move away from the failed existence in homes, to the purpose of welfare education. The young people receive theoretical training and practical training - gender separated -.
It directs these young people with kindness and empathy in the often difficult cases. There is no blocking and no prison sound. Rather attempting to expose the good core, which is in almost everyone, and to develop the positive properties. The achievements are remarkable: so all young people were in the here shown Jugendheim Birch corner in Bavaria examination held at the end of the apprenticeship.
At risk youth - a serious problem of our days.
Rescued youth - an important factor for the future.
07. images from all over the world: a. Rhone Valley lock one of the largest construction projects of France after the war was now completed: the Rhone embankment. The new force reservoir provides additional electrical energy for many cities, including Paris.
This is one of the channels launched in the Rhône. The big moment: Get on - and the water of the mountain river plunge with elemental force in their future riverbed. The water of the Rhone create electric power - a raw material for the reconstruction of France.
b. Japanese telephone the change shortage ruling in Japan led to an original innovation: in the phone vending machine from Tokyo the audience can pay now Instead of with coin with paper money.
The new facility is a sample on the honesty of the telephone user at the same time, because the Bill without any control is inserted in the slot.
Paper is patient and instead of paper gold, every other piece of paper would make the connection.
However, the cashier again with amazement almost; the cashier is right! One of the wonders of Asia: the telephone cell as a moral institution.
c. parachute dogs SOS - emergency landing in the ice desert of Labrador will spark a plane, which was on scientific reconnaissance flight. A machine of the American ambulance service brings help in slightly unusual shape: it yields a complete equipment for Arctic rescue - including sled dogs. Hovering on the parachute is obviously more fun than fear the terrestrial quadrupeds.
Here, the doctor comes the slide from above - or here.
Now, man down, meanwhile received an emergency Association, can be brought to the nearest settlement.
Dogs and doctor prove saviors in the emergency - really like from heaven sent.
01. News in Brief:
a. Gandhis' Ashes
Once again all India united to take leave of Mahatma Gandhi. The last solemn act of the funeral tock place in Allahabad. Gandhi's sons escorted the mortal remains of their assassinated father to the confluence of the holy river Ganges and the Jumna. Everywhere red, white and yellow rose leaves were showered upon the gun carriage with the bronze urn. Prime Minister Pandit Nehru and two million mourners watched the procession as it solemnly moved to the river banks. An amphibian vehicle tock the urn to the middle of the Ganges river. While the ashes slid into the waters, memorial services were held in all towns and villages of the country. Never before has India seen such demonstrations of devotion and grief.
b. Ford Jr. in Cologne
The American automobile tycoon Henry Ford Junior arrived in Cologne in his way from Holland. He looked into the present production of the Ford Works on the Rhine and took a lively interest in the social and personal situation of workers and clerks. Henry Ford watched the 10.000th truck built since the end of the war leave the assembly line. To date the Cologne Ford Works have attained approx. 25 per cent of their pre-war capacity. They are to be equipped as the largest Ford plant in Europe.
c. Leopold of Belgium
Exiled King Leopold of Belgium visited Havana. He was accompanied by his second wife, the present Duchess of R[...]ty, and Crown Prince Baudouin. King Leopold's abdication or his return to Belgium will depend on the r[...]t of a plebiscite.
World Championship, Ping-Pong
The world championship in ping-pong took place in Wembley near London. Here is the ladies singles tournament: Gisella Farcas, Hungary, against Vera Thomas, Great Britain. The last changeof balls gives the victory to the Hungarian. In the single tournament for men Bergmann, Great Britain (in front) plays against the title-holder Vana, Czechoslovakia. Bergmann beat Vena after a bitter fight in five sets and thus became world champion. And finally the most exciting tournament: The doubles for men. The Czechs Vana and Stipek became world champions.
03. Highlights from Germany:
a. Max Planck Society
The Max Planck Society for the Promotion of Science was founded in Göttingen. The Society bears the name of the great German Scientist Prof. Max Planck, who died last year. The German Nobel Prize winner Prof. Otto Hahn is the first president. The foundation of the Max Planck Society has given a new basis to free scientific research. 32 scientific institutions of the US and British zones have joined up thus far. They are all free and independent and are neither controlled by public agencies nor by big industry.
b. Zuckmayer Discussion, Munich
Carl Zuckmayer's play "The Devil's General" is at present the most discussed production of the German stage. There have been public arguments in several German cities. One of the most interesting took place in Munich where Carl Zuckmayer discussed with German youth the problems highlighted by his drama. Quite naturally, the youths identified themselves with Lt. Hartmann, who impersonated the youth of the recent regime, who had been misled and had become hardened and disillusioned. (Original sound). Another problematic person is resistance fighter Oderbruch. Zuckmayer gives a fervent and impressive portrayal of a tragic personality torn between conflicting duties. (Original sound).
04. Home-grown Tobacco Dissolves in Blue-Smoke
Tobacco and cigarettes are still a burning problem of our times. Hence, the importance of home-grown tobacco is steadily rising. It a long way from the plant to the butt; first the growers bring their harvest - stems and leaves - in bags and bundles to the collecting points. That's what is happening in Berlin. Dried home-grown tobacco is weighed and swapped for the corresponding quantity of fermented tobacco - a most welcome addition to the tobacco ration. After it has been collected "Grower's pride" or "Railroad Track3rd Blend" in stored in bales of 10 or 12 tons. In this stack of leaves tobacco ferments itself, as the professional saying goes. When 50 degrees C are reached, the stack is turned. This process has to be repeated 3 or 4 times. The process, which is called fermentation, results in a loss of 25 percent. And then the tobacco is caught between the iron claws of complicated contraptions, cut and packed. Home-growers won't recognize their harvest in this shape. And yet they enjoy it with gusto. Their "blue smoke".
05. Sound Works Wonders
Science has discovered a new field of unlimited possibilities: ultrasound. These are sound waves with a frequency of over 30.000 oscillations per second. These high frequencies cannot be heard by the human ear. However, recent research shows that soundless or ultra sound is an important source of energy. Here are a few experiments made at an American university. A siren going full blast, which produces no sound, develops sufficient energy to agitate a handful of marbles. In another experiment sound energy develops heat and lights a pipe. If the vibratory frequency of sound is adjusted to the characteristic vibration of a glass the vessel will crack. Acoustic energy works soundlessly and invisibly. In another experiment artificial fog is brought into the field of the force of ultra sound. The fog is dissipated within a minimum of time by acoustic energy. In practice, this new source of energy is already being extensively used, for instance for the extermination of microbes. But this is merely the beginning. Science has found a new powerful helper: ultra sound.
06. Germany today:
Youth in Danger
You find them everywhere, particularly near railroad stations and in the dark backstreets of great cities. During the last year 27,000 juveniles under 18 years were counted in the bunkers of the Hamburg railroad station. These homeless teen-agers are at home in all occupation zones. They fit into the picture of post-war conditions just like the black-market and the refugee problem. They have got out of hand. Often circumstances are responsible, and somehow, they are mudding through. Some [...]es, they run afoul of the law, and then the problem of demoral[...] [...]th becomes a problem of grave concern for the public and the welfare agencies. There are serious cases among juvenile delinquents; however, most offenses are of a less serious nature. All offenses committed by juveniles are tried by juvenile courts. The juvenile judge hands down prison sentences or send them to the reformatory. At present, 800 juveniles are serving prison sentences in Bavaria, but several thousands have been sent to institutions where education and work put them back on the road to normal life. The majority of the immates, about two thirds, are between 14 and 18 years old. Here is the reformatory of Bischofsried on the Ammer-Lake. The juveniles are institutionalized until the goal of their detention is reached: reform and a thorough reeducation. Separated by sexes, juveniles receive theoretical orientation and practical professional training. Kindness and understanding for the often difficult cases are the best method for keeping these juveniles under control. There is no confinement and no jail lingo while efforts are made to release the inborn goodness and develop positive qualities. Considerable results have been reached. For instance all juveniles of the Youth Reformatory of Birken-Eck in Bavaria have passed the professional examination held at the end of their training period. Demoralized Youth - a serious problem of our days. Healthy Youth - an important factor for a better future.
07. News of the World:
a. Rhone Valley dam
One of the greatest post-war building projects in France, the Rhone Valley Dam, has now been completed. The new power reservoir supplies electric energy to many cities and also to Paris. Here is one of the canals into which the Rhone was diverted. The great moment has come: the gates are opened and the waters of the mountain river pour with elementary power into their future bed. The waters of the Rhone produce electric power, a prerequisite for French recovery.
b. Japanese Telephone
The shortage of small coins which is also affecting Japan has occasioned an original innovation. Users of public telephones in Tokio can now pay with paper money instead of with coins. The innovation is also a test of the honesty of telephone users, for there is no control device when the bill is inserted into the slot. You can do anything with a piece of paper, and instead of bills any sl[...] of paper will establish communication. But the cashiers are always surprised that receipts are never short! One of the miracles of Asia: the telephone as an educational institution.
c. Parachute Dogs
SOS - An emergency landing in the ice deserts of Labrador is radiod by a plane on a scientific research mission. A plane of the American Rescue Service brings assistance in a rather unusual form: a complete Arctic rescue equipment is dropped and also sledge dogs. Apparently the earthbound quadrupeds rather like to be parachuted. They are not sacred a bit Now a sledge parachutes down, and now the doctor. An injured passenger who has received first aid treatment, can now be taken to the nearest settlement. Dogs and doctor are dropped out of the sky and are coming to the rescue.
Persons in the Film
Bergmann, Richard ; Baudouin I. von Belgien ; Dahlke, Paul ; Ford, Henry junior ; Gandhi, Mahatmah ; Hahn, Otto ; Leopold von Belgien ; Planck, Max ; Rethy von, Liane ; Zuckmayer, Carl ; Farcas, Gisella ; Stipek ; Thomas, Vera ; Vana
London ; France ; Munich ; Labrador ; Japan ; India ; Cologne ; Germany ; Berlin ; United States ; Havana ; Göttingen
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