01 updates soon a. Washington: 2 years of ERP - ceremony for Marshall representatives of Marshall plan countries at table. Marshall, half-close. People clap. Truman speaks, half close, and shaking hands with Marshall.
(15 m) b. Dr. Renner in Kaprun Dr. Renner receives upon arrival in Kaprun by girl flower bouquet. The power plant under construction.
(11 m) c. Ali of Baba's Cave camels roam desert. Cave. Arabs go to cave. Arabs, that's great. Stones from the cave are transported away by camels. Camel, great. Caravan.
(31 m) d. London: birthday arrived in King George's English troops in the square. King George with Bearskin Hat driving in an open horse-drawn carriage. Princess Elizabeth to ride behind him. Total on the window of balcony of Queen Elizabeth and Mary, Queen Mother. Military bands marched.
(25 m) 02 Brunswick: testing of construction materials in the University examination of metal alloy. Pressure tests. Material in a shredding machine. Metal bar under heavy load. Trample machine checks floor covering. Volume is measured. Sound permeability of walls is tested with wailing sirens.
(46 m) 3rd New Guinea: Headhunter a. D. natives sit on the Earth. Painted faces, great. Men dance. War jewelry. Natives sit under palm leaves as rain protection. Indigenous women laugh at umbrella.
(33 m) 04 Berlin after blocking people on the street. Kerosene lamp is taken from showcase. People in front of shop Windows. Meat in the shop window. Asparagus. Potatoes, eggs. Sale on the market. Woman with vegetable bag. Potatoes are filled. Kids eat oranges. People in the bathing beach on the river Havel. Outdoor cooking.
(39 m) 5th sport a. London: international meeting of athletics stadium, total. Prices on table. Viewers. Start the run over a mile (1609 m). Wilt, United States, leads Hansenne, France. Hansenne surpassed wilt and WINS. Hansenne, that's great. Starter gives go-ahead to the 110 m hurdles. It wins Dillard, United States.
(31 m) b. Berlin: International tennis tournament the tennis players of CRAMM, bak, Parker (United States), and Blomquist (Sweden), side by side, half-close. Game CRAMM - bak (trousers) against Parker - Blomquist. Spectators close to half. It win Parker - Blomquist. Players go from the square.
(29 m) c. United States: running the race car on the track at Indianapolis. Car loses a wheel and catches fire. Burning fuel on the track. The following cars drive through the fire wall. Winner is Bill, Holland at 250 miles an hour.
01 updates soon: a. ceremony for George Marshall for the second anniversary of European reconstruction programme met representatives of all Marshall plan countries in Washington.
The celebration was in particular a tribute to former Minister for Foreign Affairs of the United States, the big utility associated with its name.
President Truman said: "General Marshall is in the history go down as one of those men who called an era of working together to increase the prosperity of all people in the life."
b. Renner in Kaprun, Dr. Renner, the Federal President of Austria, visited the Tauern power station, near Kaprun, a technical system of world renown.
The new dam by Limberg is 120 feet high and 45 feet thick.
The dam is located 1600 metres above sea level. The power plant will significantly improve the power supply of the Austrian economy.
c. Ali Baba's Cave of wonder still lives the memory of the legendary figure of Ali Baba's everywhere. The cave in which he should have housed with his 40 robbers, still exists. Here you can see it, but the huge treasure of Ali Baba's is scattered in all directions and there is No more of the magic word "Open sesame", to gain access to the cave.
Today, the last still tangible values of this romantic place be exploited: stones that should be applied to modern new buildings.
Stones from Ali Baba's Cave: treasure hunter - romance today!
d. King birthday, England historic uniforms in modern London.
After a ten-year break, London again celebrated the birthday of King George with a parade in a large traditional style.
Princess Elizabeth, in the dark-blue velvet dress coat, riding alongside the car of the King.
King George wore the uniform of Colonel of his guard Regiment.
02. new trials: trample machine with wailing siren the Technische Hochschule in Braunschweig checks in the Institute of materials science verschisdensten materials on their strength. Especially new construction materials and metal alloys here are your exam under the toughest conditions.
Here is a slide from cement under high pressure. A bar of steel in the tear machine: 8,000 kg. Load per square inch - 9,000 13,200! And now experiments that interest everyone.
A trample machine replaces the reckless tenant on the top floor. (Sound).
The microphone captures exactly the volume of this well-known but hated noise.
The noise permeability of a wall is examined. The cry machine is in an enclosed space. Next door the instruments. This test charged material and nerves to the extreme. But its purpose is to remedy the situation. (Wailing).
03. New Guinea: headhunter A.d. were these natives of New Guinea was once cruel and feared headhunters. But in the meantime, you have turned into peaceful and friendly corresponding. The hats of the men consist of the hair of their deceased relatives: a strange, if also economical fashion. At the old dance halls the traditional ways through the Bush.
Earlier meant the creation of war jewelry: war. Today, he is only a reminder of past, wild times.
It rains sometimes also on New Guinea. As screens, one simply takes palm leaves.
Cigarettes are much in demand...
The Chief with the mirror... a laugh success with the ladies... and so a screen only...!
04. Berlin blockade is lifted after the blockade - Berlin lives in the light. An almost symbolic act: the kerosene lamp so far demand disappears from the window. There are to buy other things, that the Berlin knew during the ten months of blockade only by hearsay.
Vegetables especially, fresh vegetables and fruit - a real salvation for West Berliners. For ten months, there was only dry potatoes and dried fruits. Now, the housewife can make the kitchen note again rich.
Filled with astonishment and even slightly suspicious children enjoy tropical fruits - a long entbehrte and unprecedented to the extent delicacy.
Summer without blocking.
The West Berliners go to weekend in the countryside. The beach life on the Havel and the lakes around Berlin rises again in old freshness.
05. sports: a. athletics, England international class at an athletes meeting in London. Master of 6 Nations compete for price and victory.
The run over a mile, 1609 meters: away from the start leads the Americans wilt before Hansenne, France. Hansenne comes up to three quarters of the route - he Ivanovic his opponents wilt in the chest-to-chest combat and sure WINS.
The 110-meter hurdles race now. The American sprinter Dillard go Right away to the top and runs the race in dazzling style home, Marie, France.
(b). Tennis CRAMM-Parker, Berlin after long break again international tennis in Berlin. The Germans of CRAMM and bak (in long pants) played against the top American players Frank Parker and the Sweden Blomquist.
Parker, the second of the American ranking, showing powerful, sophisticated tennis.
The first set comes with 6: 4 on Parker Blomquist. In the second set can von CRAMM and bak 4-6 parity.
The third set went back 6-3 to the guests. The double brought tennis to perfection. A great start for future international meetings.
c. auto racing Indianapolis United States of the world heaviest car racing - on the train from Indianapolis, United States.
800 km are on a circuit to go. A dramatic incident: the Nalón rider loses a wheel - the car borken-catches fire - Nalon, who was ejected, escaped with his life. The others rush in the 200-km-pace continue through the flaming gasoline, or through the Interior. 33 riders started only 10 goal. Winner is Bill Holland with a new track record of 195 kilometres per hour average top speed was 250 km/h; It was a race to the death.
01. Actualities in Brief:
a. Honouring George Marshall
On the 2nd anniversary of the ERP, representatives of all Marshall Plan lands met at Washington. The celebration was especially in honour of the former Secretary of State of the USA, whose name is connected with this plan.
President Truman said: "General Marshall will be known in history as one of those men who inaugurated a unique understanding of cooperation, to increase the happiness of all people."
b. Renner in Kaprun
Dr. Renner, Austrian President, visited the power station near Kaprun, a world-famous establishment. The new wall of Limberg is 120 meters high and 45 meters thick and lies 1600 meters above sea level. The power station will supply the Austrian economy with much needed electricity.
c. Ali Baba's Cave
This is the cave in which Ali Baba hid with the 40 thieves, but the treasure has gone, and it is no use saying "Open Sesame!" To-day this romantic place is a quarry for stones, for modern buildings.
d. Royal Birthday, England
Historical uniforms in modern London. After 10 years, London celebrated King Georg's birthday with a parade again. Princess Elizabeth in dark blue uniform rides besides the car of the king. King George wore the uniform of a Colonel of his Guard Regiment.
02. New Tests:
The Technical High School at Brunswick has a special institute in which building material and metals are tested. Here, concrete is tested at very high pressure. Steel in the tearing machine: 8.000 kg per square centimeters pull. And now experiments are shown in which everybody is interested: This machine makes noises like a noisy person on the upper floor. (Sound).
The microphone records the sound of this wall-hated noise. The proofing of a wall against sound is tested. The siren is installed in a closed room. Outside are the recording devices. The purpose is to find better material. (Siren).
These natives of New Guinea formerly were cruel and dangerous head-hunters. But they have become peaceful and friendly people. The hats of the men are made of hair of their deceased ancestors - a strange and cheap fashion. Old dances and songs can be seen and heard in the bush. Formerly this decoration meant "war." Sometimes it rains, even on New Guinea, Palm leaves make good umbrellas. Cigarettes are a delicacy. The chief with the mirror - what a gag! And the umbrella ...!
04. Berlin after the Blockade
The blockade is lifted - Berlin has light again. A symbolic act: the hitherto-necessary oil lamp is taken out of the shop-window. And things can be bought now which the Berliner has not known for 10 months, during the blockade. Vegetables and fruit - - for 10 months only dried potatoes and dried fruit were available. The children taste oranges - - which many of them [...] saw before. The summer without the block [...] Berliners spend their weekend at the Hevel end [...]es around Berlin. Berlin revives.
a. Athletics in England
International class was present at London's athletic meeting. Champrions of 6 nations competed for victory. The race over one mile: the American Wilt leads, second Hansenne, France. After a thrilling competition Hansenne gains und wins. At the 110 meter obstacle race the American sprinter Dillard leads and wins. Second Marie, France.
b. Tennis: Cramm-Parker, Berlin
After a long recess International Tennis was played in Berlin. The Germans von Cramm und Beuthner, (in long pants) played against the American cracks. Frank Parker and the Swede Blomquist. Parker, second in the American records, performs excellently. The first set is 6:4 for Parker-Blomquist. In the second set v. Cramm and Beuthner win 6:4. The 3rd set was won by the guests by 6:3.
c. Motorcar-Race, Indianapolis
The world's severest motorcar race is held at Indianapolis USA. The course is 800 kilometers. A dramatic incident: the driver Nalon looses a wheel - - the car crashes and burns. Nalon, who was thrown out of the car was saved. The others drive on at 200 km speed. Of[...] 33 competitors only 10 reached the winning pole. Winner is Bill Holland with a record of 195 kilometers PH average speed. The top speed was around 250 KPH.
Persons in the Film
Beuthner ; Blomquist ; Elizabeth von England ; Elisabeth II. von England ; Georg VI. von England ; Marshall, George ; Mary von England ; Renner ; Truman, Harry ; Cramm von, Gottfried ; Dillard, Harrison ; Hansenne ; Holland, Bill ; Parker, Frank ; Wilt, Fred
Berlin ; Indianapolis ; Kaprun ; Arabia ; Braunschweig ; New Guinea ; Washington ; London
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