01 streiflichter from Germany a. Lübeck: Marienkirche swivel via Lübeck, total. Pan across the damaged Church. Damaged Foundation. Pillar is crumbling down. Collection for relief fund for reconstruction. The Holstentor of Lübeck.
(28 m) Munich: trade unionists against black market young people come from Union House. Black market. Young people affix posters. Death of the currency and distribute handouts. Violent confrontation with black merchants who clear the field.
(25 m) 02 Japan: earthquake destroyed five cities aerial photographs of the destruction on the island Hondo. Destroyed houses in the city of Fukui. Recovery of victims. Wounded on cars. Homeless people are looking in tatters.
(30 m) 03 pictures from all over the world a. Austria: combating plant pests with DDT DDT filled bomb exploded and scattered DDT. Bombs on potato field Colorado potato beetle destroy DDT. DDT on crops.
(25 m) b. United States: inflatable rescue boat inflatable boat automatically inflates. Boat is carried to the water. Two outboard engines. Inflatable boat during test drive on Lake Michigan.
(27 m) c. Australia: Kangaroo kangaroos run and jump over fences.
(17 m) 04 Munster camp: the last returning from England returnees get off train. Go with cardboard boxes in the warehouse. Exhibition of ingestions. Returnees in barracks. Returnees climb truck and drive out of camp.
(25 m) 5th Berlin responds aircraft on the Rhine Main airport. Bags are loaded. Plane taking off. Newspaper page tägliche Rundschau - "Soviet Union acquires the whole Berlin's population". Various newspaper clippings. "Unprecedented generosity and humanity". City map of Berlin with zones. Aircraft in RAF Gatow. Transport of residents of the Western sectors of Berlin in return. People get on plane. Arrival of the heads of the Royal Air Force, Air Marshal Tedder in Berlin, half-close. English pilot receives bouquet and kisses from Berlin. Children play in the Olympic Stadium in the district and in the sand. Children at the lunch. Meeting on the Rudolf Wilde Platz. People, screen-filling. There are Professor Edwin Redslob, o-ton: "it's about freedom, personal freedom. "It comes to the fate of our city, which we love because it is claimed despite all the many forms, the real and the spiritual light lock, prepared us, our answer is: Berlin remains bright." It speaks of author Gerd Theunyssen, o-ton: "our opponents have unmasked as enemies and enemies will remain as long as they justify the rape of the body, mind and soul with a socialism, which is a travesty. Down with the people's democracy, long live democracy." Several speakers; Hans Söhnker, Otto Stolz, spokesman of the free Berlin students, Hertha von Gebhardt, writer, Heinrich count Luckner, painter, Walter Karsch, Editor, Victor de Kowa, Günther Birkenfeldt, writer, Reinhardt Hildebrandt, representative of the German resistance movement. Speaker, quote: "I am happy to hear that the gehuldigte Luise Schröder over there is in the Department of Professor Redslob on the corner as a bystander. Now, I ask my most revered, lifts her in the middle of the street corner over a lane for Luise Schröder." Luise Schröder walks through the crowd. Luise Schröder speaks, o-ton: "my dear Berlin and Berliners. How rarely a city and rarely a popular Berlin history, today sits in the emergency. "I thank you, my dear Berlin and Berliners, that you accept everything that is imposed in recent weeks about you in consciousness: fighting for Germany Berlin, Germany does not leave Berlin and Berlin and Germany's democracy fighting for the world."
01 streiflichter from Germany: a. Marienkirche, Lübeck Lübeck fights for its venerable landmark, St. Marienkirche.
Built 700 years ago, the famous Nordic brick Gothic in the war monument was devastated by fire. The most valuable work of art, the Memling-altar preserved.
The 40-meter-high Vault were in motion. Rainwater coming through the Crypts of the Church to see the foundations, the pillars are cracked or shattered, St. Marien threatens to collapse. Lübeck with collections and the sale of medals from the scrap of downed bells trying to obtain funds for the rescue of the massive building. Lübeck's greatest son, Thomas Mann, provided its income from Germany the relief fund already.
b. black market, Munich "Stop with the black market" – this slogan was a group of Munich trade unionists. Through a voluntary action against traffickers To want protects her their new currency. Here is considered black. And here also the trade unionist intervene. With effective posters and handouts. Some traffickers take this action on the slight shoulder recognize others... the seriousness of the situation because there are also concrete arguments.
Finally, the traffickers will clear the field.
Union against black market - 1: 0 for the employees.
02. Japan: Earthquake destroyed five cities the Japanese island Hondo was by a severe earthquake struck. Five cities, including Fukui, the center of the silk industry, were almost completely destroyed. The quake was followed by spring flooding and fires. Over 5,000 deaths and about 8,000 injured were recovered so far. Countless victims lie buried under the rubble. A significant portion of the silk production was destroyed.
Collapsed bridges and tunnels, destroyed electricity and water supply hindered the rescue work started Right away by American and Japanese aid departments. Thousands of homeless people are looking for missing relatives and the remains of their possessions in the ruins of the devastated city.
03. images from all over the world: a. DDT bomb in Austria was out new proceedings against plant pests. Rockets are filled with the famous disinfectants, DDT and depending on needs on the ground or in the air to the explosion. The disinfectant evenly distributed over the plants infested by pests in this way.
This method with success is applied in fruit and vegetable gardens, and also in the fight against the Colorado potato beetle.
Small rockets cause a complete disinfection of infected fields according to type of fireworks frogs.
b. inflatable rescue boat, United States in America, a new lifeboat was tested. A re on the cord, and the raft inflates automatically using a built-in motor.
In a few minutes, a seaworthy boat is from the sleeve. It should To find use mainly for emergency landings by aircraft on the water. You can turn it off also from aircraft to save driving shipwrecked in the water.
Two outboard motors To give the necessary speed boat, a navigation system makes it seaworthy.
The rescue boat provides a safe refuge 20 man.
The first test drive on Lake Michigan is to your complete satisfaction.
c. kangaroos, Australia on the eve of the Olympics show Australian kangaroos, how to take the most difficult obstacles in consummate form as bipeds.
In the wild, the kangaroos can honor enormous jump talents free rein.
A so far unbeaten rescue team in the mass jump over the hurdles.
Sorry, there are no Kangaroo Olympiad.
04. the last returning from England the last 450 returnees from British captivity have left England and arrive in camp of Munster in Westphalia. They have the small baggage - alleswährend saved the captivity and acquired things - with him. The great carried on trucks to the release bearing.
And then the last formalities are met. Some bought tickets to their saved money and flew to their blocked hometown Berlin. Good luck for the ride home.
20,000 prisoners of war have been voluntarily as a worker in England, all others are now on German soil. England has no German war prisoners.
06. Berlin, still stands in the center of world attention. Here the latest image report directly from Berlin Berlin responds the 26th day of the Berlin blockade was for the men and machines that operate the airlift to Berlin, like everyone else. On the Frankfurt Rhein-Main airport a was, as on the other landing sites of the Western zones, as usual. Then came a highly unusual announcement: Moscow had after 26 days At last Berlin remembers. The Russians described its offer as an act of unprecedented humanity and generosity. The Berlin calculated: 100,000 tons of food promise the Russians us, 75,000 tons they owe us but still, result all 25,000 tons - and only to buy the Russian sector. The already tired housewives made the strangest ideas from their future purchasing ways: between Charlottenburg Lichtenberg of Zehlendorf, Pankow and Reinickendorf to Treptow. And they held it still with the airlift that brought their daily rations closer to your door. Because one thing is clear to the Berliners: the Western allies and their aircraft are the best guarantee against hunger. No gesture of the Soviets could compete with RAF Gatow as this English airfield began his week so far arbeitsreichste. The English given the airlift a new flavor: they began to fly thousands of inhabitants of the Western zones, were stranded by the Russian blockade in Berlin home. Interzonenpässe are valid at any height. The so-called raisin bombers are flying back to Hanover to passenger aircraft.
One of the machines brings the head of the Royal Air Force, Air Marshal Tedder to meetings with the British military Government to Berlin.
And then a short pause in the daily work for one of the British pilots a bouquet of flowers and a kiss, presented both by a young Wilmersdorferin as a sign of gratitude to all the men who help bring the city. Finally, also the summer held its way into Berlin and neither blockade nor political crisis, can stop these children of West sector of to enjoy him. In the Olympic Stadium, 800 Charlottenburg children began their major holidays. Sun, games and a hot lunch. A less welcome return for this city tortured by Soviet sanctions.
And now adults: they raise their voice for freedom repeatedly. The largest gathering of the week crowded the wide Rudolf wild square in front of the Schöneberg Town Hall. A protest of the intellectual Berlin under the slogan "Freedom - freedom". The Publisher of Lothar Blanvalet opened the rally and led the first speaker, Professor Edwin Redslob, a sound Redslob "involves spiritual freedom for personal freedom, is about the fate of our city, which we love because it is claimed despite all the many forms, the real and the spiritual light lock, prepared us, our answer is: Berlin remains bright". Then the author Gerd Theunyssen said: "our opponents have unmasked as enemies and enemies will remain as long as they justify the rape of the body, mind and soul with a socialism, which is a travesty. Others who responded for Berlin, down with the people's democracy, long live democracy"were the actor Hans Söhnker, Otto Stolz, count Luckner, the editor Walter Karsch, actor Viktor de Kowa, writer and editor Günther Birkenfeldt and Reinhardt free spokesperson Berlin students, the writer Hertha von Gebhardt, the painter Henry Hildebrandt as a representative of the German resistance movement. And suddenly a break in the program: "I am sound Blanvalet happy, just to hear that the gehuldigte Luise Schröder over there is in the Department of Professor Redslob on the corner as a bystander. Now, I ask my most revered, lifts her in the middle of the street corner over a lane for Luise Schröder."
Sound Luise Schröder "my dear Berlin and Berliners. How rarely a city and rarely a popular Berlin history today sits in the emergency. "You, my dear Berlin and Berliners thank you accept everything that is imposed in recent weeks about it, in the awareness: fighting for Germany Berlin, Germany does not leave Berlin and Berlin and Germany's democracy fighting for the world".
Persons in the Film
Birkenfeldt, Günther ; Gebhardt von, Hertha ; Hildebrandt, Reinhardt ; Karsch, Walter ; Kowa de, Victor ; Luckner, Heinrich ; Redslob, Edwin ; Söhnker, Hans ; Schröder, Luise ; Stolz, Otto ; Tedder ; Theunyssen, Gerd
Lübeck ; Berlin ; Munster storage ; Munich ; Japan ; Austria ; United States
Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Narcotics, drugs ; Returnees, evacuees, Outlander ; Disasters ; Children ; News, communications ; Pests and pest control ; Shipping ; Cities ; Animals (except dogs) ; Buildings ; War, prisoners of war ; Kissing, kissing scenes ; maps ; Transport: motor vehicles ; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen ; aerial photographs ; Construction ; Anniversaries, Jubilees, birthdays ; Trade unions ; Berlin blockade ; aftermath of war
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