1 Bayern: 585,000 working hours - mangosteen drawbridge construction site opens the drawbridge of the mangosteen. Iron girder to be lifted. Cardinal Faulhaber celebrates opening mass and consecrates bridge. Cooler from Mercedes, big. The restored bridge, built in, total.
(35 m) 02 updates soon a. Rhodes: Count Bernadotte in mediation talks between representatives of Israel and the Arab countries Count Folke Bernadotte in peace negotiations with representatives of Israel and the Arab League on the island of Rhodes. Bernadotte in conversation, half-close. The white aircraft of the United Nations.
(19 m) b. New Delhi: resignation of Lord Mountbatten mass of Indians. Mountbatten moving through crowd. Mountbatten drive in horse-drawn carriage accompanied by a guard of honour to the plane and boards the plane. Rolling on aircraft, large.
(16 m) 03. streiflichter from Germany a. Hamburg: library of the future: micro photography library of the future - two books, great. Reduction of writings on films. Read with special glasses. Reading room of the University of Hamburg with microfilms.
(29 m) b. Hamburg: football - chimney sweep against Baker run teams. Ludwig Röger as referee with a large pipe. Linesman in clothes a waitress. Playback. Play with the referee and linesman.
(31 m) 04. The winner of Wimbledon Auditorium, total. Players go onto the field, half-close. Final of men's single: Bromwich, Australia plays against Bob Falkenburg, United States. Game. Spectators, judges. Bob Falkenburg won in the 5th set and skips over the network. Women's singles: Doris Hart, United States, and Louise Brough, United States, with flowers, half-close. Game. Louise Brough WINS in the second movement. Viewers get up. Men's doubles final: Brown-Mulloy, United States, play against Bromwich Gonzales, Australia. The Australian win. Queen Mother Mary presented the trophy, totally.
Lever switches (54 m) 5th Berlin man power plant. Lights go out. Stationary machines in factories. The Borsig plant in the French zone. The power station in the British zone in the building. Switching to night work. At night, women go to the hairdresser. Waiting room of the doctor's patients At night. Kurfürstendamm. Crowded tram transport constraint. Anthony Eden visited Berlin, waving from balconies and moving through clapping crowd. Loading of coal from aircraft. Start main airport of aircraft on the Rhine. Flight over Berlin. Loading/unloading the bags. Construction of new runways in Berlin. Road roller. Aircraft flying over Berlin. People look up.
01 565.000 working hours: mangosteen drawbridge reopened after almost 3 year construction was the longest and highest bridge in Bavaria, the Mangfall viaduct, restored after. SS troops destroyed the building completely pointless in May 1945, after American tanks already away were rolled. Lack of material the new bridge without scaffolding, had to be rebuilt floating free 68 metres above sea level. It is 320 meters long and 11 meters wide. 585,000 working hours were required for the restoration of the bridge. One of the most important connecting roads between Germany and Austria has therefore become usable again.
Cardinal Faulhaber celebrated a mass on the occasion of the solemn inauguration and inaugurated the bridge.
The viaduct for the transport was released with the first crossing through the car of the Governor's van Wagoner and the representatives of the Bavarian State Government.
02. updates in the near future: a. Count Bernadotte Count Folke Bernadotte, the UN mediator in the conflict in Palestine, has returned home to his reporting to the United Nations at its headquarters on the island of Rhodes. He took Right away renewed peace negotiations with the representatives of the State of Israel and the Arab League.
After the award of the UN Security Council, economic and military sanctions to be imposed on the warring parties if the UN command for permanent truce is not followed.
With this decision of the majority of the United Nations, Count Bernadotte will continue his difficult role.
b. Mountbatten Lord Mountbatten, the last viceroy of India, from his post as the first Governor-General of the British Dominions stepped down. Mountbatten left New Delhi, the longtime headquarters of the British India Government, and returned to England with his wife and daughter. High Indian dignitaries and an honor guard gave him the escort to the airport.
Mountbatten will take over the command of a British cruiser squadron in the Mediterranean in the autumn.
03. streiflichter from Germany: a. library of the future the system widely used abroad the Micrography is now also in Germany more and more developed. You photographed these books or documents in reduced scale. The texts can be read using a special pair of glasses. Following a new procedure, the reductions on movies are produced. 50 standard pages can be accommodated on a film by the size of a half postcard.
The Hamburg University Library has established a reading point as the first institution in the Western zones for microfilm. The library of the future will consist of tiny microfilms. In a single Briefcase you can accommodate ten thousand micro-books. A novel universal reader, a German invention, allows good consideration and proper reading of the micro-graphic writing.
Scientific works, rare books that exist only in a few copies will be made available by the Micrography of a variety of readers.
b. chimney sweep against black vs white - chimney sweep against Baker - Baker was a contrasting sports hit in Hamburg for the benefit of the German help. The well-known Buffo Ludwig Röger whistled its format as a referee with a customized pipe.
And then here we go: the bakers put full steam, while the chimney sweep on their proverbial luck trust.
A linesman with A lot of style and line... The chimney sweep are on the train. You right To want highly - intelligible!
Referees and linesman join too... The bakers are now: it's like bread baking. Overall, the chimney sweep kept the upper hand. How easily could ' go in the eye!
Endkämpfe unusually exciting 04. winner of Wimbledon were the hallmarks of this year's tennis tournament of Wimbledon in London. Every match, every sentence, every ball was hard fought. Here the endgame of the men between Bromwich, Australia, - front - and Bob Falkenburg, America.
Bromwich is first with hard attack game in front. However, Falkenburg adapts itself to the technique of his opponent and catching up. In the dramatic fifth set Bromwich leads again. But Falkenburg draws equally on "five two", and repeated the victory with a scary sharp premium ball.
The women's singles the Americans deny Doris Hart and Louise Brough, plugged in front.
It stands 7-6 in the second set and here the ball that brings victory Louise Brough.
Men's doubles: Americans Brown-Mulloy - front - get against the Australians Bromwich Gonzales the first set. But then, the Australians are superior--the three next sets bring them the victory and the coveted title of a Wimbledon champion. Queen Mother Mary presented the Cup to the winners.
Thus ended the most famous tennis tournament in the world.
05. Berlin the Soviet blockade of the Western sectors of Berlin leads to serious restrictions on the population. Electricity is supplied only for a few hours a day and at certain times of night. Many factories were forced to close due to lack of power. The power station located in the French sector, Borsig is the largest of the Western sectors. It can provide only a part of the necessary current. The power plant is located in the British sector, is still under construction and will be ready only in the autumn.
Some of the factories has converted to night work. Every minute of the power supply is used, and at the end of the work there is no closing time, but a Feiermorgen. The businesses that depend on the current, working also at night. The Berliner for example is in the middle of the night to the hairdresser to the Perm.
Many doctors and medical institutions are forced to work at night.
There are further substantial cuts in the transport sector. The operation on Metro and tram ends at 18: 00. The move order is extended to 20-30 minutes distance. Crowded railways belong therefore to the everyday.
Increased political activity marks the time of the crisis of Berlin.
So, the former British Foreign Secretary and current deputy opposition leader Anthony visited Eden Berlin.
He said the British information center to the Berlin crisis and declared that Great Britain admire the peace and stability of the Berlin population.
Mr. Eden was welcomed wherever he look left, happy except coal, food is the most important supply goods for Berlin. With the intensification of the Berlin crisis was flying the increasingly performed by the Western powers of coal the coal is racked in bags. By the Rhein-Main airport in Frankfurt, 100 twin-engined and 50 four-engined aircraft fly coal to Berlin. British machines bring significant amounts of coal in the Western sectors of day and night. Alone by the Rhein-Main airport, 800 tons of the Wiesbaden airport 400 tons of coal are flown daily to Berlin. The airlift will be expanded to Berlin day and night. New Rollfelder be applied to provide additional home and land facilities for heavy and heaviest aircraft. The air bridge, the answer to the Soviet hunger blockade, has become the largest aviation company in aviation.
01. After 585,000 Working Hours
Mangfall Bridge Finished
After 3 years of reconstruction Bavaria's highest and longest bridge across the Mangfall River was finished. In May 1945 SS-troops senselessly damaged the bridge after American troops had passed over it. Lack of material forced the working teams to construct the new bridge at a height of 68 meters without scaffolding. The bridge is 320 meters long, and 11 meters wide, and took 585,000 working hours for construction. An important link between Germany and Austria has been put back to traffic. Cardinal Faulhaber celebrated mass. With a first crossing by the cars of Governor van Wagoner and the representatives of the Bavarian State the bridge was opened.
02. Actualities in Brief:
a. Count Bernadotte
Count Folke Bernadotte, UN Mediator for the Palestine conflict, returned to his headquarters at Rhodes after he reported to the United Nations. He immediately recontacted the representatives of the State of Israel and the Arab League. By a decision of UN, economic and military sanctions will be started if the UN order to stop fighting is not obeyed. After this decision of the majority of UN, Count Bernadotte goes on with his severe task.
Lord Mountbatten, last Viceroy of India, resigned his post as first Governor General of the British Dominion. Mountbatten left New Delhi to return with his wife and daughter to England. High ranking Indian officials and a guard of honour accompanied him to the airfield. In autumn Mountbatten will command a British cruiser fleet in the Mediterranean.
The Soviet Russian blockade of the Berlin western Sectors leads to severe cuts for the population. Electricity is available only a few hours during the day and at special hours at night. Many factories had to be closed. Borsig Power Station in the French Sector can only supply part of the essential electricity. Another power station in the British Sector is being constructed and finished in autumn. Some factories work during the night.
The Berlin girls go to their hair-dresser at night. Doctors and hospitals are forced to work during the night. Severe cuts are also caused in transportation. "U-Bahn" and street-cars stop at 18 HRS. Trains go only every 20 to 30 minutes. This causes overcrowded cars. The crisis rose with increased political activity. Former British Foreign Minister and now deputy leader of the Opposition, Anthony Eden, visited Berlin. In the British Information Centre he spoke about the Berlin Crisis and stated that Great Britain admired the steadfastness of the Berlin population. Mr. Eden, whereever he was seen, was heartily welcomed. Besides food, coal has to be flown to Berlin. Coal is filled in sacks. At Rhein-Main Airfield near Frankfurt 100 two- and 50 four-motored planes fly coal to Berlin. British planes, too, transport coal to the Western Sectors. From Rhein-Main Airfield alone 800 tone and from Wiesbaden Airfield 400 tons of coal daily are transported to Berlin. New landing fields are built to get additional starting and landing facilities for the heaviest planes. The "Air Bridge", the answer to the USSR hunger blockade, became the biggest aeronautic enterprise to date.
Persons in the Film
Bromwich ; Brough, Louise ; Brown, G. E. ; Bernadotte, Folke ; Eden, Anthony ; Faulhaber ; Mary von England ; Mountbatten, Louis ; Röger, Ludwig ; Falkenburg, Bob ; Hart, Doris ; Mulloy, Gardnar ; Sedgman, Frank
Wimbledon ; Hamburg ; Bavaria ; Berlin ; New Delhi ; Rhodes ; Delhi
Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Narcotics, drugs ; Libraries ; Books ; Electricity ; India ; Industry ; Football ; Night ; Religious events ; Spoprt-Ehrungen ; sports audience, sports spectator ; 99.412 Deutsche week show GmbH: State visits (outside) ; Technology ; Tennis ; UN ; Buildings ; automotive engineering, automotive ; War, prisoners of war ; Medicine ; Transport: motor vehicles ; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen ; Jobs ; Construction ; Berlin blockade ; Industrial ; Sports honors ; Technology ; aftermath of war
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