Welt im Film 204/1949 22.04.1949
01 Lord President Morrison in Germany Berlin: Deputy Prime Minister of England Morrison will be greeted upon arrival by General Robertson, half-close. Morrison comes in addition to Reuter, half-close. Morrison speaks before microphones in the building of the Municipal Council of interview: "the airlift has brought a lot to Berlin. It has brought sustenance through the winter. It has also brought genuine and practical evidence of supporting sympathy in your efforts to maintain your own democratic freedom." Morrison enters in the book of the city of Berlin. Morrison tour of the Ruhr area. Visit steel mill.
(34 m) 02. One year Marshall plan port. Construction at the port. Loading of goods. Bags at crane. Mr. Collisson, officer of the Marshall plan for Germany, great, thanks for cooperation. Factory pictures, smoking chimneys.
(38 m) 3rd basket ball: Harlem Globetrotters - Minneapolis ball pass of the Harlem Globetrotters.
(51 m) 04 updates soon a. Nuremberg: Wilhelm Street process the Court building. The courtroom. The defendants at the sentencing hearing between two American soldiers. Ernst von Weizsäcker Secretary of State hears his judgment (seven years prison). Leader of the foreign organisation of the NSDAP Gauleiter plank (five years prison). Reich Finance Minister Graf Schwerin von Krosigk (ten years prison). Head of the Reich Chancellery of Dr. Hans Lammers (20 years prison). Reich Minister of food Walter Darré (seven years prison). Reich press Chief Dr. Dietrich (seven years prison). Head of the SS main office, SS-Obergruppenführer Berger (25 years imprisonment). Richter left the room.
(40 m) b. Greece: reconstruction of the Corinth Canal reopening of the route of the ship. King Paul and Queen Friederike ride in a boat. King Paul cuts Ribbon at opening of a bridge. Queen Friederike dances old Greek folk dance with the population.
Frankfurt fair (21 m) c. flags. Exhibition halls with visitors. Typewriters, handbags, tools, homes. Swiss Pavilion, Hungarian Pavilion, Belgium, Holland, Italy.
(30 m) 5th Churchill spoke in Boston Churchill at the lectern, half close, talks about the global political situation (Soviet Communism) and actuality: "it is because they fear the friendship of the West more than its hostility." The Russian people must not see what is going on outside and the world must not see what goes on inside the Societ domain. 13 men in the Kremlin in holding down hundreds of millions of people and aiming at the rule of the world, feel that at all costs they must keep up the barriers. "It is certain, that Europe would have been communized like Czechoslovakia, and London under bombardment some time ago, but for the deterrent of the atomic bomb in the hands of the United States."
(52 m) 06. The surprise of soccer: Scotland beats England 3-1 Viewer, screen, waving. Stadium Wembley, total. Playback. Scotland shoot 1-0 in the 26th minute. Spectators cheering. Second goal for Scotland. Audience wave. 0 players embrace a Scottish player 3: breakthrough. Viewers filling picture. England shoots the Ehrentor 3: screen 1 beckoning viewers.
Persons in the Film
Berger ; Bohle ; Churchill, Winston ; Collisson ; Darré, Hans ; Dietrich, Marlene ; Friederike von Griechenland ; Lammers, Hans ; Morrison, Herbert ; Paul von Griechenland ; Reuter, Ernst ; Robertson, Brian ; Schwerin von Krosigk ; Weizsäcker von, Ernst
Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Basketball ; Football ; Political events ; Shipping ; sports audience, sports spectator ; sports facilities ; 99.412 Deutsche week show GmbH: State visits (outside) ; Dance ; Buildings ; Marshall plan ; Cups ; Transport: motor vehicles ; Water ; water emergency ; Economy ; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen ; Costumer ; Construction ; Exhibitions ; Mining ; Crew ; Berlin blockade ; aftermath of war
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