01 updates soon a. Hamburg: 100 years of Hagenbeck Zoo entrance gate by Hagenbeck. Guests at the anniversary celebration, among them Max Brauer, half-close. Senior Director Lorenz Hagenbeck is congratulated and receive gift. Heads of seals see out of water. Polar bears.
(24 m) b. Oxford: Student Meeting students go through town. Students of from different countries in an interview and during excursions. Visit to Stratford on Avon. Birthplace of Shakespeare's shield of Shakespeare's birthplace. Half-timbered houses in Stratford on Avon.
(26 m) c. Puerto Rico: construction of a power plant workers during the construction of a dam. Men carry sandbags. Tubes are pulled up mountain slopes.
(20 m) 2nd warehouse Moschendorf: returnees, refugees, cross-border returnees before train. Returning to the camp. Issue of gifts from stocks of the Red Cross. Illegal border crossers from the Russian zone in the camp. Women and children with luggage prior to barracks. Refugees in the community room. Children in the camp school during lessons sign up. (41 m) 03. streiflichter from Germany a. Cologne: Hohenzollern bridge debris of the destroyed bridge. Men in the reconstruction. Steamer runs under the bridge. The Cologne Cathedral in the background. Inauguration of the new bridge. O Director Pünder speaks of the two Council zone, half-close. Jeweled train over the bridge. Recording off the train.
(29 m) b. Frankfurt / Main: gya home for youth speakers. Children clap. Fairy pictures on the walls. Children at the craft. American crew officers emerge from House. Two children in the creation of the garden. Smaller children exercise.
(23 m) c. Berlin: air swing swing on air swing, which is over young girls (tune: "Get in the swing of Luise", sung by Hans Albers).
(30 m) 04 sports a. motor racing at the Hockenheimring in starting the 500 cc solo machines. Viewers on the edge of the track. Drivers in the curve. Georg Meier driving as the winner by the target. Georg Meier, half-close. Start of the race car, sports car over 1500 cc. Karl Kling, Stuttgart, WINS on BMW-Veritas. Karl Kling sets his cap after the race in the car, great.
(35 m) b. Hannover: Rugby Championship Victoria Hanover - Berlin Wilmersdorf 33-0 hustle to the ball. Players running with ball. Levy. Spectators running onto the pitch.
(25 m) c. boxes to the Heavyweight Championship: Hein Arno Kölblin proposes ten Hoff k.o. spectators in the Olympic Stadium, totally. Offset box scenes in the first round. Kaiser to the ground must be in the 4th round. Referee counts. The fight will continue. Kaiser comes just above the round. Boxer in their corners of the ring. Audience firing at and big. In the 5th round, have to Köblin back to the ground and gets up at 8. Ten Hoff boxes Kaiser, total knockout media. Ten Hoff and referee pick up Kaiser and carry him in his corner. Ten Hoff with wreath, half-close.
01 his 100th birthday updates soon celebrated a. 100 years Hagenbeck in Hamburg the world-famous Carl Hagenbeck Zoo.
The anniversary was with the participation of many friends and guests of the company with the opening of an exhibition "100 years Carl Hagenbeck" committed.
The current senior chief: Lorenz Hagenbeck was the focus of the honours and hilarious celebration.
With seals, the Hamburg fishmonger Gottfried Clas Carl Hagenbeck began his small animal trade, which reached later international proportions in 1848.
Again fresh seals to the site - as a dumb glotzende representatives of congratulating wildlife are today, 100 years later.
Under the old motto "Let's to Hagenbeck" animal lovers will gather again soon from all over the world to purchase and show in Stellingen.
b. student meeting, England, students from twelve European countries met in the old English university town of Oxford. The Oxford student committees Bonn and Austria gave the impetus for this meeting. Germany and Austria were represented with fifty delegates from the universities of Bonn and Vienna.
The lectures and discussions dealt with student problems of the present and the future. Joint excursions and visits to traditional English sites gave opportunity to initiate personal relationships. Also, Stratford upon Avon, which historical romantic Place of birth of William Shakespeare, was visited.
Away by the great events of the day, the students meeting of Oxford had the purpose of bringing together the young people of all countries in an atmosphere of mutual good will and mutual understanding.
c. Dam, Puerto Rico on the island of Puerto Rico in the Atlantic Ocean is a major achievement of modern technology before its completion. American engineers built an electrical power plant which harnesses the rich water forces of the island, which is in the possession of the United States, here in seven years of construction.
The plant is at the heart of Puerto Rico's 1,000 metres above sea level. Gradients were to overcome up to 45 degrees. The construction of the power plant is part of a 100 million dollar project to increase the economic opportunities of the island.
02. camp Moschendorf: Returnees, refugees, cross-border...
Many lives intersection is the Moschendorf at Court, a shanty town, go through the thousands of returnees, refugees and illegal border crossers. For the returnees, the camp is the last stop, the wide trip to home, staying two or three days and get "the discharge papers as well as gifts of the Red Cross.
Then the gate to freedom opens them. Moschendorf is a gathering place for the illegal border crossers from the Russian zone, who were picked up without papers. From here, most in transport be returned again.
Moschendorf has become the second home for many homeless refugees but. Are you two already, here for three years and is still waiting for grant a residence or a workplace.
Their children are taught in its own school. Kindergartens have been established for children. So, Moschendorf is intersection of many paths and fates in the present-day Germany.
03. streiflichter from Germany: a. Hohenzollernbrücke, Cologne in Cologne was the provisionally restored Hohenzollern bridge traffic passed back. The current pillar of the Hohenzollern bridge were blown up a few weeks before the war ended pointless.
At the beginning of the back building works a 75 metre-wide drive channel for navigation had to be exposed in the middle of the Rhine first. Only then could begin in April 1946 with the establishment of the new construction.
For two years every day 500 people worked on the restoration of the bridge. Steel consumption alone amounted to over 3 1/2 thousand tons. At the inauguration of the restored bridge, o Director Pünder spoke words of gratitude to the workers and railway workers of the two zone directors in the presence of guests of honour.
With the Hohenzollern bridge, the main East-West link across the Rhine is again in operation.
b. GYA home a momentous day for the Frankfurt youth was the opening of the biggest home of G Y 4 - of the auxiliary program of the American army for the German youth.
Five spacious and well-equipped barracks contain administrative offices, reading rooms, Bastelstuben and rooms for theatre, sports, and recreation.
The children create gardens that edit yourself.
There are also sports fields. For the little ones there is a kindergarten - for all boys and girl entertainment and intellectual stimulation.
c. air swing, Berlin of small spring news from Berlin: the looping swing, with which one can take over thanks to special safety devices without danger. All the rest explains Hans Albers...
04. sports: a. race, Hockenheim, Germany start the 500cc solo machines Home Circuit race in Hockenheim near Heidelberg. The race, the fastest in Europe, was surrounded by 250,000 spectators.
You saw many new designs in motorcycles and cars. There were numerous records at this 10th Hockenheim race.
Georg Meier on BMW was the best rider of the day. He absolutely fastest lap at 168 miles an hour and won the race of the 500cc machines and the racing cars.
The sports car over 1,500 cc was 77 kilometres over ten rounds right.
The new designs of BMW were in the lead. Winner was Karl Kling, Stuttgart, on BMW-Veritas. He drove the astonishing average of 161.5 kilometers per hour.
b. German Rugby the first German Rugby Championship was held in Hanover, Germany after the war. It fought Victoria - Hanover (striped dress) and Berlin-Wilmersdorf, formerly BSV 92.
The Hanoverians were in top form; they always had the game in hand and proved that Hanover is still the stronghold of German Rugby sports.
At halftime it was 16-0 to Hannover; the final score was 33-0 to Hannover. A unique result for a championship fight.
5th German championship in the heavyweight division: ten Hoff Kaiser proposes k.o fight to the German championship in the heavyweight division.
In the Berlin Olympic Stadium the German Champion Hein stood before 50,000 spectators ten Hoff (left) and his challenger: Arno Kölblin opposite.
The first three rounds showed a balanced fight without highlights.
In the 4th round, ten Hoff is slightly superior. After a heavy head shot must Kaiser to the ground.
He rises at "8", continues to fight and comes with ACH and crash through the round.
Kaiser is quite taken with, during ten Hoff makes a fresh impression.
The 5th round. Ten Hoff goes the whole hog. Kaiser is severely damaged. He's trying to cling to his opponent.
Kaiser to the ground comes after a series of heavy blows. "8", he is beaten again on the legs, but Very much difficult.
A right. Chop ten Hoff takes the decision.
Superior winner by Hein ten Hoff, the German champion was knocked out.
01. Actualities in Brief:
a. 100th Anniversary, Hagenbeck
Carl Hagenbeck's Zoo at Hamburg celebrates its 100th anniversary with a show called "100 Years Carl Hagenbeck." The present Senior Director, Lorenz Hagenbeck, was the centre of honours and festivities. In 1848 the Hamburg fish dealer Gottfried Clas Carl Hagenbeck opened an animal shop with seals. This establishment later became internationally famous. And again, 100 years later, seals were called to bring the animals' greetings.
b. Students Rally, England
Students from 12 European countries held a meeting at the old English University town of Oxford. The Oxford Students Committee, Bonn and Austria suggested this rally. Germany and Austria were represented by 50 delegates from the Universities of Bonn and Vienna. Problems of present and future students' life were discussed, visits to traditional English places were made, for instance Stratford-on-Avon, the historical-romantic birth-place of William Shakespeare.
c. Dam, Puerto Rico
On the island of Puerto Rico in the Atlantic a gigantic technical project reaches its conclusion after a building term of 7 years. At an altitude of 1,000 meters a power Station was erected to intensify the economic possibilities of this island. The project cost 100 million dollars.
02. Moschendorf, Camp:
Returning POW's and Refusgees ...
Moschendorf Camp is the cross Station for thousands of returning POW's, refugees and people who cross the border illegally. The homecomers stay here for 2 or 3 days and get their discharge papers as well as gifts from the Red Cross. The illegal Wanderers are kept here, then most of them are sent back. For many homeless refugees Moschendorf became a second home. Some have been here for 3 years, and still wait for a home to live in and a place to work. Their children attend a special camp school, and the younger ones are taken of in a Kindergarten.
05. German Championships An Heavyweight:
ten Hoff beats Kölblin
At Berlin's Olympia Stadium 50,000 fans saw the meeting of the German Champion Hein ten Hoff (left) and his challenger: Arno Kölblin.
The first 3 rounds passed without incident.
In the 4th ten Hoff became agressive. Kölblin goes down.
At "8" he gets up and goes on figthing. The 5th round brings the decision. Hein ten Hoff wins by a k.o.
Persons in the Film
Brauer, Max ; Hagenbeck, Lorenz ; Pünder ; Kling, Karl ; Kölblin, Arno ; Meier, Georg ; Hoff ten, Hein
Berlin ; Hockenheim, Germany ; Hanover ; Puerto Rico ; Cologne ; Stratford on Avon ; Frankfurt ; Camp Moschendorf ; Hamburg ; Oxford ; Stratford
Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Narcotics, drugs ; Boxes ; Returnees, evacuees, Outlander ; Higher education ; Children ; Refugees ; Women, mothers ; Leisure, recreation ; motor sports ; Rugby ; Shipping ; Spoprt-Ehrungen ; sports audience, sports spectator ; sports facilities ; Cities ; Animals (except dogs) ; Debris ; Buildings ; Zoo, Wildlife Park ; Construction ; Crew ; Anniversaries, Jubilees, birthdays ; Sports honors ; aftermath of war
Translated by Microsoft Translator