1 Berlin: Prisoners from East Germany's Buchenwald prisoner faces location map of the concentration camp and reported on conditions in Buchenwald and Sachsenhausen, actuality report Press Conference of the SPD -. "the camp was completely over spitzelt. We arrived at bunker, so in detention, without any indication, without that it could defend itself, we came to penalties and knew not why, as I Not yet white today, which is why I was four years and seven months in prison. Just as we were punished."
02. like England chose people on the street. Showgirls in the election. Churchill is welcomed by supporters. Attlee, talking to people, after a tight election victory. Counting of the votes. People wait on Piccadilly At night. Announcement of the election results. People waving and clapping.
(41 m) 03-new for the housewife a. Munich: laundry launderette people bringing laundry in the laundry. Laundry is done in the washing machine. Name of the customer to the washing machine. Customers read newspapers and wait. Linen is spun in spin. Pick up the laundry.
(30 m) b. food processor food processor grinds coffee, cut vegetables, chop meat and kneads dough. Batter is poured into cake pan. Man drinking mixed drink brandy glass.
(28 m) c. Freiburg: children transport roller woman goes with toddler's hand. You grabs scooter out of pocket, made him up and pushes child on scooter.
(17 m) 04. personalities of the day a. Cologne: Dr. Hans Böcklers 75th birthday choir sings at the door of his house. Hans Böckler stands in front door, totally. Dr. Schumacher congratulates Böckler, half-close. Congratulations from Prime Minister Arnold. General Bishop than Gratulant. Adenauer at the lectern than Gratulant. Congratulations and gifts.
(22 m) b. Nürnberg: Victor Gollancz on Germany visit Victor Gollancz, large, upon arrival on station. Gollancz speaks at lectern, original sound. "We don't want to pro - or anti anyone, we want to be simply per humanity." Gollancz visited refugee camps and speaks to refugee children.
(30 m) 05. images from all over the world a. Washington: moose hunting with helicopter Elk take refuge in the snow. Helicopter drives Moose to fenced feeding grounds. Elk run after feeding back into forest.
(22 m) b. New York: 3-year-old skater kid runs alone with coach on the ice.
(18 m) c. Copenhagen: Jitterbug international match Denmark - Sweden couples dance the Jitterbug. Outerwear.
(16 m) d. London: Waltz competition waltz in group dancing on the dance floor in evening dresses.
1 discharged prisoners report report from the concentration camp after the dissolution of the concentration camps in the East zone on Buchenwald and Sachsenhausen. In a press conference of the Berlin SPD, they described their experiences. Among the audience were representatives of domestic and foreign newspapers.
After a description of the concentration camp system, a former prisoner here reported details of daily life in the concentration camps of the East zone.
(Original sound: "... the camp was completely over spitzelt.) We arrived in bunker - so in detention - without any indication, without that it could defend itself, we came to penalties and knew not why, just like I Not yet white today, which is why I was 4 years and 7 months in prison. Just as we were punished...") 02. As England chose the choice A lot awaited is over. In brilliant sunshine, the turnout reached a record level of 85%. Everything was on the legs, also London Showgirls chose, fresh from the sample away.
Winston Churchill receives the Ovation of his large and small trailers.
The labour party under the leadership of Prime Minister Clement Attlee won narrowly. Until the last hour, the two major parties were hard side by side at the top, until the last results decided the election for the ruling party. The Communist party suffered a devastating defeat. She won not a single seat in Parliament.
In the night hours hundreds of thousands at the Piccadilly Circus waiting for the constantly incoming election results.
The election is decided. But the majority is so scarce, that is to be expected with a new election, which should bring a clear decision.
03. What's new for the housewife: a. wash the first "launderette" in Munich - a novelty for Germany. In America and elsewhere this automatic wash systems are already normal road. The sorted linen is weighed--each washing machine contains about 8 to 10 pounds. A piece of paper with the names of the customers comes to the machine and then a coin puts the device into operation. Detergent as required. The machine soak, wash, rinses and spins in 16 different operations.
Now, the customer can go for a walk or do some shopping.
The cleaned laundry in a dry concludes. You go after about 45 minutes with the bracket finished pack back home.
b. wonder pot also for the use of the kitchen there is something new: a magic machine for lightning-fast food and beverage preparation. You grinds coffee, cut vegetables, chop meat, stirs MUS, splutters eggs and kneads dough. Really a motorized magic device. From the cabbage roulade to eggs Cognac - even including egg shells - mixes and shreds everything desired mode this mechanical Kitchen Maid.
The mixture is ready to serve in less than 2 minutes. A modern version of the old-fashioned Brownie.
c. children scooter and here something for young mothers.
An inventor in Freiburg constructed a foldable child transport roller.
Before the first woe cry because of tired feet can be heard, the two-wheeled stroller is unpacked and put together.
So, now I'm fine again. And both parts spare calves, partly nerve.
04. personalities of the day: a. Dr. h.c. Hans Böckler the Chairman of the German Trade Union Federation, Dr. Hans Böckler, committed in Cologne his 75th birthday. Already at the first crack of dawn, a circle of friends his closer homeland earned him a song.
Later gathered numerous representatives of public life to a ceremony for the anniversary.
Dr. Kurt Schumacher - and Prime Minister Arnold.
The British of North Rhine-Westphalia Commissioner for the State, General Bishop, Chancellor Dr. Adenauer.
At the same time, many congratulations for Dr. went from all over Germany and from all over the world A Hans Böckler.
b. Victor Gollancz famous English Publisher and Publisher Victor Gollancz arrived for his second visit to Germany in Nuremberg. Gollancz, the Jewish faith, is known for his strong advocacy for tolerance and against the hatred.
Gollancz was also called a large-scale relief operation for Germany in the life after the war first.
In Nuremberg he now explained: "we To want be not for or against anyone, we To want be easy for humanity."
(Original sound: "We don't want to be pro-or anti-anyone, we want to be simply per humanity.")
Then, Victor Gollancz visited refugee camps, to orient themselves about the local conditions.
05. images from all over the world: a. Elk In the State of Washington, United States, pillaging the farms thousands of moose, because they found no more food to roam freely as a result of the dense snow cover since it was on the original as well as useful idea to round up the hungry animals using a helicopter. Like a huge bird of prey circling the aircraft the terrified Elks and drives them to fenced feeding grounds. The hunger is satisfied, then it goes with fresh forces in the free forest.
(b). Little skater and now a crack in the ice stadium of the Rockefeller Center in New York.
Here is Helen Roussell, the youngest skater in the world.
At the age of 2 she began to skate. It is now three years old, and already no beginner.
A chicken on the ice - and perhaps a Sonja Henie by morning.
c. dance tournaments in Copenhagen there was a wild moving Jitterbug international match between Denmark and Sweden. It was struggling hard for the victory, and the otherwise cool northerners fought it over before temperament.
By the way, Denmark won less graceful than strenuous competition.
This Waltz contest in London a surging Ballroom Ballet... in the beautiful blue - Thames is less tiring and more graceful...
01. Report from Concentration Camps
After the breaking up of concentration camps in the East Zone, released prisoners talk about Buchenwald and Sachsenhausen. At a press conference of the Berlin SPD they described their experiences. Among the audience were representatives of German and foreign newspapers. After a description of the KZ buildings a former prisoner gives details of the daily life in the East Zone concentration camps.
Original Sound: "The camp was completely guarded. They put us in bunkers without any reason. We did not know why - just as I don't know yet why I had to be in prison 4 years and 7 months. They punished us. Just like that ... without reason ..."
02. The Elections in England
The elections are over. On a fine and sunny day the voting established a record of 85%. Everybody was present, even London chorus girls left their rehearsals. Winston Churchill receives the ovations of his big and little followers. The Labour Party, under the leadership of Prime Minister Clement Attlee, won the day by a tiny majority. Side by side the two parties fought for victory until the last results brought the decision. The Communist Party suffered a crushing defeat. They did not get one seat in Parliament. At night hundreds of thousands of people waited at Piccadilly Circus for the latest results. The election is decided. But the majority is so small, that one can count on a new election to obtain a clear decision.
03. Novelties for the Housewife
a. Washing Machine
The first "launderette" in Munich - a novelty for Germany. In America and elsewhere these automatic washing machines already belong to the normal street picture. The assorted laundry is weighed. One can put 8 to 10 pounds of laundry in one machine. A slip with the name of the customer is pinned on the machine and then a coin starts it working. The machine soaks the laundry, washes it and rinses it in 16 different processes. Now the customer can go for a walk or shopping. The cleaned laundry comes into a drying compartment. After about 45 minutes one can go home with the laundry ready to be ironed.
There is also a novelty for the kitchen: a machine for preparing meals and hot drinks in the shortest possible time. The machine grinds coffee, cuts vegetables and meat, whisks eggs and makes dough for cakes. Really a fine apparatus. From the cabbage-roll to the egg-cognac including the egg-shell - it mixed everything. And in about 2 minutes the mixture is ready to be served.
c. Baby Carriage
And here something for young mothers. An inventor at Freiburg constructed a carriage for children which can be folded up. When the baby gets tired, the two-wheel baby carriage gets unpacked and put together. This way it goes twice as fast - and both parties take better care of their nerves.
04. Personalities of the Day
a. Dr. h.c. Hans Böckler
In Cologne the chairman of the Deutsche Gewerkschaftsbund, Dr. Hans Böckler celebrated his 75th birthday. In the early morning hours his friends serenaded him Later numerous representatives of German public life came together to congratulate Dr. Hans Böckler. Dr. Kurt Schumacher and Minister President Arnold. The British Land Commissioner of Nord Rhine Westphalia, General Bishop. Bundeskanzler Dr. Adenauer. At the same time from all parts of Germany and the whole world congratulations arrived for Dr. Hans Böckler.
b. Victor Gollancz
The well known English editor and journalist Victor Gollancz arrived at Nürnberg on his second visit to Germany. Gollancz, who is Jewish, is well known for his resolute fight for tolerance and against all hatred. After the war Gollancz was the first one to start a great action in helping Germany. In Nürnberg he said: "We don't want to be pro - or anti anyone, we want to be simply pro humanity". Then Victor Gollancz visited refugee camps to get a clear picture about conditions in these camps.
05. Newsflashes from Everywhere:
In the State of Washington, USA, thousands of hungry elk plundered the farms because they could not find anything to eat under the thick snow cover. So the farmers had the funny idea of driving the elk together with the help of helicopters. Like a big bird the plane drives the elk into fenced feeding places. Then when hunger is stilled then go back into the woods with fresh strength.
b. Ice Skating
And now we jump right into the Ice Stadium of Rockefeller Center in New York. Here is Helen Roussell, the youngest ice skater in the world. She started ice skating when she was two years old. Today she is three and no longer a beginner. - So it goes: today a greenhorn - and may be to-morrow a second Sonja Henie.
c. Dancing Competition
In Copenhagen a wild Jitterbug competition took place between Danemark and Sweden. It was a rough and tumble fight - - and the always so-cool Northeners showed very hot temper. Danemark won this hard battle. Much more charming is this Waltz competition in London. Waltzing at the beautiful blue - - Thames.
Persons in the Film
Adenauer, Konrad ; Arnold, Karl ; Attlee, Clement ; Bishop ; Böckler, Hans ; Churchill, Winston ; Gollancz, Victor
New York ; Washington ; Berlin ; Cologne ; Freiburg ; England ; Copenhagen ; London ; Munich ; Nuremberg
Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Ice skating ; Hunting, Hunter ; Children ; Press, press conferences ; Dance ; Technology ; concentration camp ; Cultural events ; Technology, industry ; People ; Elections ; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen ; Jobs ; Gastronomy ; Anniversaries, Jubilees, birthdays ; Technology ; aftermath of war
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