Welt im Film 188/1948 31.12.1948


1 Bremen: tobacco varieties, which were delivered from America check tobacco for the Bizone tobacco Inspector. Barrels of vessels are loaded with bales of tobacco. Crane with barrels. Big tobacco bales. Men and workers smoking cigarettes.
(28 m) 02 Porto Rico: tropical snow men stand in marine deposits of salt and salt take the cart.
(21 m) 03 sport a. Hamburg: Sandbahnrennen of the British Speedway Club car will be smoothed. Start the motorcycle rider. Race. Official flag.
(20 m) b. London: football England - Switzerland 6-0 playback. Game before the English goal. Goalkeeper keeps. England shoots 1-0. Cross 2:0 for England. Spectators, half-close. Corner, 3. goal for England. Viewers filling picture. 4-0 with a long shot.
(33 m) 04 Canada's new Prime Minister Louis Stephan Saint Laurent Mackenzie King congratulated the new Prime Minister Laurent in the Government building against Ottawa after his resignation.
(12 m) enter 05. chamois hunting in Tirol Hunter and dog from hut. Chamois in the mountains. Hunter looks through binoculars. Chamois, half-close. Chamois escape. Hunter shoots, chamois crashes. Hunter takes Gamsbart from the back of the dead game and removed it.
(60 m) 06. Hamburg: trade school class discussed the Marshall plan card with countries of the ERP. Pupils in the class. Teacher speaks, original sound. "There are many people, who reject plan just the Marshall. They claim that one should let us work just quietly, we would get by alone again on the legs. What do you think?" Students respond to actuality. "The rejection will be based mainly on the fact, that Yes, Germany to America enters a strong dollar debt for one day just must be." "We must not forget, we live on our ruins and ultimately only the choice either to accept these American help, or to do everything." "I am even opposed to the dismantling considered criticism of the Marshall plan, because it's like, that not the Marshall plan is to blame on the dismantling, and so I think it is unfair to say the dismantling be the Marshall plan in the back. It's like, that the Marshall plan is unique in its objective." "I can connect only the versions of my revered speaker, the Marshall plan is only an additional help." "I think it is an important advantage, we should not forget to put back in the fact that the Member States in Europe have committed their old national interests for the rescue Europe." Teacher speaks interview. "This is one of the reasons for the Marshall plan at all, the individual European Nations to shelve their national interests for the European interests."
(69 m) 07 pictures from around the world as United States: Kleinstflugzeug pilot is located above the fuselage of the aircraft. Launch and flight of the "flying platform" (16 m) b. Vienna: Zoological research station snakes, cats and mice next to each other. Snake around the neck of the cat.
(20 m) c. Tokyo: children's Orchestra Japanese children's Orchestra plays the Yankee Doodle with harmonica, drums and whistles.
(24 m)


Narration (English)

Persons in the Film

Viscount Alexander ; Laurent, Louis Stephan Saint ; King, Mackenzie


Hamburg ; London ; United States ; Weser ; Bremen ; Tokyo ; Ottawa ; Puerto Rico


Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Hunting, Hunter ; Women, mothers ; Football ; motor sports ; Musical events ; Political events ; Smoking ; Sports details, fouls ; sports audience, sports spectator ; Animals (except dogs) ; Marshall plan ; Water ; water emergency ; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen ; aftermath of war


Newsreel (G)



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