1 Berlin: Opening a music library notes on shelves in music library in the Berlin State Library. Signs before the notes: "England", "France", "Soviet Union", "United States". Sergiu Celebidache in conversation, half-close. General Gibsch of the British control Office speaks at the opening of the library, o-ton: "what was not present in the last recent years of national socialism in Germany, the rest of the world was also his outstanding composers. We have created this library to make known the German musicians with their works. It's a pleasure to explain the library on behalf of the allies opened, and you hope that she will serve an ever-widening circle of masters and students." Intermediate sections of people, among them Celebidache, half-close. The audience clapping.
(40 m) 2nd camera-Rundschau Kassel rubble of the city. Men and women when clean-up work. Crane. Debris is left on Loren. Rubble women clean tile. Rubble will be paid on treadmill and ground. Machine presses new building blocks of debris. Men load components on the car. Women with bricks. Scree. Schloß Wilhelmshöhe, total. The Kassel State Ballet dances at the Wilhelmshöher Festival in front of the Castle, totally. Total viewers.
(43 m) 3rd opening of the British industrial exhibition "England at work" King George VI. and the Queen come to the opening of the exhibition, total. Among the guests of honour Clement Attlee, total. King George speaks to the opening, totally. Attlee and wife, half-close. The Queen, half close, King George at the lectern, half-close. Clapping audience. The Royal couple goes through the exhibition. Kitchen appliances of the Spitfire works instead of aircraft construction, rotating carousel. The Royal couple visit a streamlined bike, total. The streamlined bike, great. Portable sewing machine, large. Furniture. Woman puts flowers on the dining table.
(43 m) 04. streiflichter from Germany (123 m) a. New textbooks for Bavaria Bavarian textbook for the 2nd class, great. The head of the US military Government for Bavaria, General Müller, is presented by two girls book Edition. He leafs through the book. General Müller, half-close. Two girls give him flowers. Two boys stand at the door of the class. Teachers get new textbooks in the class. The teacher distributed the books under clapping the children. Head of big boys. Two girls in the school, great. Children reading, great. Boy Get up and read, half-close.
(33 m) b. Dortmund: education week policeman governs at an intersection the traffic, totally. Moped riders in front of car and crashes. Carriage of the traffic command. A police officer picks up the accident. Posters: "mothers teach your children". Tram attracts followers, which dented car with skeleton at the wheel and with the inscription "death runs through the street". Police issued traffic classes. Road signs, right-of-way rules. Ballad singer shows accident situation.
(35 m) c. Berlin: tobacco harvesting man picking tobacco plants in the garden. Tobacco plants in gardens and flower boxes in Windows. Man picking tobacco leaves and threads up to dry. Ferment and cut the leaves. Hands fill pipe. Man smoking pipe.
(23 m) d. Kiel: wire rope artists views from atop the ruins of the houses. The artist Carlos climbs the rope on the City Hall Tower. The second artist Henrico goes from the other side on the rope. An artist exceeds the others who sit in the middle of the rope. Clapping audience. Artist receives a bouquet of flowers.
(32 m) 5th youth institution Lebenau: education Instead of punishment the reformatory, total. Young people wash themselves in the dormitory. Young people receive instruction in the penitentiary. Young people in the investigation at the doctor's Office. Boys work as cobblers and carpenters and Schneider. When working in forestry in the contain seedlings. When working in agriculture. Young people play football. Boy in the library with the book lending. Young people with suitcases go at the dismissal of the prison.
a. race (44 m)-06 sport (103 m) Riesberg - in Austria start a solo machine. The machine on the circuit of the mountain race. A motorcyclist overturns in the curve. It is carried on a stretcher to the hospital. Start of the sidecar machines and on the race track. The winner Franz Novotny, Vienna WINS Cup (large mug).
(34 m) b. California sailing regatta sailboats on the water and at the turn of the half close and totally. The winner will be the 14-year-old Walter Lewis (big Cup).
(15 m) c. Ring tournament in Munich of Greco-Roman wrestling. In the ring, the champion Mosig, Breslau fight against the master of the Baltic States Vinca. Various fight scenes, and outerwear. It wins Vinca. The wrestler reach out to himself after the fight, half-close. Freestyle wrestling: European champion Baumann is struggling against German champions tip, Munich. Two spectators, great. The wrestler throw Each other to the ground. Baumann twisted the foot tipping. Tip is thrown through the ropes out of the ring. The Baumann winner receives a bouquet of flowers. Baby with flower bouquet, great.
1 Berlin: a music library of the allies has been established notes from abroad in the Berlin State Library, which is open and German musicians. It includes 600 British works 200 Russian, 100 American and a number of French, as well as works of modern German composers, No more were listed in the Third Reich.
This music library to help Germany to get rid of his previous spiritual seclusion.
General Gibson of the British Control Board opened the library in the presence of representatives of the allied powers and the cultural life of Berlin.
02. camera-Rundschau: Kassel Kassel is one of the most severely damaged towns of in Germany. 80% of the buildings are in ruins, but life does not stand still.
It is to remove the debris in the shortest time and with the least amount of effort in building material to create new homes. Every citizen of Kassel is obliged to work 6 days on the reconstruction of the town almost completely destroyed.
Acceptable tile be cleaned to recycle it again. The debris is sorted on the spot and ground to new building materials to be processed. In this way monthly 40,000 hollow brick and 125,000 tiles can be obtained new from the rubble. The remaining rubble forms the basis for new parks.
Outside the city, on the almost undamaged Schloss Wilhelmshöhe in Kassel, conducted the first "Wilhelmshöher Festival". The 15,000 visitors saw solo and group dances of the Kassel State Ballet.
This Festival will be repeated every year. The net proceeds is intended for the Eastern refugees settled in Kassel.
03. opening the British industrial exhibition "England at work" in London was opened in the presence of the British Royal couple a great showcase for the English industry. Among the guests of honour Prime Minister Attlee and wife.
King George VI. opened the exhibition. He stressed that England wants to be leader in the works of peace.
From war to peace. The Spitfire to the kitchen appliance. The materials developed for the aircraft are now used for tableware.
Altogether 1,300 companies have issued over 6,000 items of which 41% for immediate export are available.
The streamlines bicycle, the dream of every cyclist. Even a radio apparatus is built.
For the housewife: An easily portable sewing machine...
And for the family: the small, but well equipped apartment, which has even its own room for exposure and sunlamps.
For nearly 100 years, England saw no such a large and extensive exhibition.
04. streiflichter from Germany: a. new school textbooks, Bavaria the Bavarian schoolchildren get new textbooks. The first was completed recently. It is intended for the children of the second school year.
The Chief American military Government receiving for Bavaria, General Muller, the sample copy of the book that put up in one appeared by 180,000 units.
This school textbook compiled according to new educational guidelines by a teacher. It is richly illustrated. In the school, it was a great day for the little ones - the first lessons with the new textbook. First it is eagerly browsed through... The stories of the soldiers and the war disappeared from the new school textbooks. After the hearts of the children there are fairy tales, poems and stories.
b. education, Dortmund in Dortmund, Germany, 60 of 500 traffic accidents had death of a street passers result. Still, the curve of the accident increases. The police is trying to reduce the number of accidents by intense traffic. Dortmund accident prevention week to educate adults and children to increased attention on the road.
Posters contact the mothers to keep their children from the dangers of the road, because... of death runs through the stress. If there is only a skeleton in a passenger car driven together, so it warns death that awaits his victims at corners and intersections but against the godfather.
A police officer explained the main traffic rules for drivers and pedestrians on hand by traffic signs and models.
Another kind of traffic education: accompanied by a harmonica sing a ballad singer cord-Radetzky by victims of traffic.
Many kinds of the enlightenment - but a purpose: accident prevention!
c. tobacco harvest, Berlin the tobacco farm in the garden - an gewohnter sight in Berlin. Everywhere, in the ruins of houses on the roofs and - even in flower boxes the coveted herb was planted.
Now is harvest time. Around 12 million tobacco plants are harvested in Berlin, dried, pickled and after recipes Berlin homemade fermented - all: Mark sheet of sand from the river Spree.
And now the effort to get him wage - a small sample - scheints.
d. Two young artists, Carlos, and Henrico, an extraordinary tightrope show Carlos death run, Kiel in Kiel. Town Hall Tower 105 metres high, they harnessed a wire rope diagonally in the depth to another building. Carlos descend from the Tower on the rope while Henrico at the same time begins the 500-metre long way up from the bottom.
No power is there, no other security apparatus.
High above the Lake to meet the two artists and Henrico begins to rise over Carlos.
Second of highest voltage - succeeded.
05. youth institution Lebenau: education Instead of punishment in Lebenau in Bavaria has been established the Youth Institute of the Bavarian justice for delinquent young people. This institution sent boys aged between 14 and 20 years to the sentence. They are not criminals, but minor sinners who - due - came mostly through conditions of the time in conflict with the law. Here, you get lessons in German, math, and science. In addition, they can learn English and shorthand.
In the workshops of the Institute, they continue in their learned professions.
Front of everyone but she used to work in forestry, because Lebenau-is Bavaria's most important forest garden. He supplied the necessary young a large part of the Bavarian Forest, plant.
Potato and vegetables for their own use are also grown.
In a few days time also for sports and games. A rich library has been set up for Lesehungrige.
Through understanding and goodness, the boys are educated in this institution, they go the right way in the newfound freedom after their release.
06. sport a. Riesberg race, Austria on the five-kilometre winding Riesbergstrasse in Styria start over 100 riders to Austria's toughest mountain race. 50,000 spectators lined the route. Individual start of solo machine.
The records of all classes have been greatly improved in this race for the part.
Franz Novotny, Vienna, set a new absolute distance record with a 500 DKW engine. He reached an average of 101 kilometres per hour.
Fall in one of the curves to be difficult - the driver suffered a concussion and shoulder dislocation.
Start of the side-car engines.
The Riesberg race was a sporting success. Franz Novotny, the best of the day, will receive the honorary award.
b. sailing regatta, sunny California!
While the first ski race will be launched on the Zugspitzplatt, passing in new port Harbor, California, still sailing regattas.
Winner was the 14-year-old Walter Lewis in this regatta.
(c). Rings, Munich in Munich was held the first international tournament of the professional wrestler. 21 participants competed for the Grand Prize of Munich.
In the Greco-Roman style stand opposite: European champion Mosig-Breslau and the master of the Baltic States, Vinca.
Both cattle took good positions in the tournament. The fight moments go in faster rim. Mosig got his opponent nearly to his shoulders, but vinca turns rather itself - just the tables - and will be the winner after 39 minutes fight time.
The Freestyle is somewhat informal – European champion Baumann is struggling against German champions tip, Munich. A small Exchange of views with striking evidence...
He concludes that tip wants to rid his opponent. But Baumann is not so easily in the air. Now, Baumann makes a node in the legs, what inhibits the movement decided just in case the opponent. And now, Baumann tried being dropped - man overboard!
This means not SOS - but victory here but across the Board. Baumann won the Freestyle tournament.
Music from abroad
An Allied Music Library has been established in the Berlin State Library, and will be made available to German musicians. In the presence of Allied officers and representatives of Berlin's cultural life, Gen. Gibson of the British Information Control Office opens this new Allied service.
Sergiu Celebidache, leader of the Berlin Philharmonic - and the composer Theo Mackeben.
The library, besides British, Russian, French and American music, also contains pieces by German and foreign composers. German musicians can now study the creations of foreign composers, whose works they were not allowed to perform for over a decade.
The music library will be a connecting link with the cultural life of other countries, to help Germany overcome its recent spiritual isolation.
Kassel is one of Germany's most heavily damaged cities. Eighty percent of its buildings were reduced to rubble, but life goes on. The townfolk have determined to remove the debris in the shortest time possible, and to erect new dwellings at the least consumption of building material.
Every citizen of Kassel is obliged to give his services for six days, for the reconstruction of this almost completely destroyed town.
Bricks are scraped and remolded - for re-use.
The rubble is sorted, ground, and transformed into new building material.
40.000 hollow bricks and 125.000 tiles per month are reclaimed from the rubble. The residue will supply the foundation for the garden-plots of the future.
Just outside Kassel, at the undamaged Castle of Wilhelmshohe, the first Wilhelmshohe Festival is inaugurated. Fifteen thousand spectators view the solo and group dances performed by the Kassel State-Ballet. The orchestra of the State-Theatre contributes to the success of this festival, which will be repeated every year.
The proceeds go to the Eastern refugees settled in and near Kassel.
03. Opening of Britain's Exhibition:
Britain Can Make It
In London, an big exposition of Britain's industrial capacity is opened in the presence of the King and the Queen.
Among the guests of honour are Prime Minister Atlee and his wife. In his opening speech, King Georg VI emphasized England's desire to lead in the works of peace.
From war to peace: parts of the famous English fighter-plane, Spitfire, furnish kitchen utensils - and evening shoes.
A total of 1.300 manufacturers exhibit more than 6.000 items, 41 of which are available at once for export.
The dream of every cyclist - a stream-line bicycle - with a built-in radio.
For the housewife - a portable sewing machine, and for the family - a small but well-equipped and furnished apartment, which even contains a special room for sun-treatments by ultra-violet rays.
England has not seen so large or comprehensive an exhibition for nearly 100 years.
04. Highlights from Germany
a. New readers for Bavarian schools
Bavarian scholl children are receiving new readers, the first of which was finished recently. The book is designed for children in their second year at school.
The Direktor of the American Military Government for Bavaria, Gen. Muller, is presented with the proof-copy of the book.
The first edition comprised 180.000 copies.
This school-book was compiled by Primary School teachers, and is fully illustrated by competant artists. This is a most important day for the children - the first lesson from the new book.
It is eagerly examined - then reading and teaching begin.
b. Dortmund's traffic campaign
In Dortmund, 60 out of 500 traffic accidents had fatal results, and the casualty list is increasing. Police try to curtail the number of accidents by intensifying traffic regulation.
Dortmund's "Week for Accident Prevention" is designed to educate adults and children by showing them the dangers of street traffic and giving them the rules of the road.
Poster warn mothers to keep their children off the streets because - Death drives through the town. Though it is only a dummy, it gives impressive warning of death, who lurks at corners and crossings for his victims.
The question in this case who has the right of way? Using a miniature, a policeman explains the more important rules for drivers and pedestrians. Another method: accompanied by his accordion, a ballad-singer renders horror-filled songs about what happens to traffic-victims.
Many forms of instruction - but with one sole purpose: prevention of accidents.
c. Tobacco crop, Berlin
A tobacco plantation in a small garden lot - an everyday sight in Berlin.
Everywhere - among ruins, on roofs, and even in window-boxes this coveted plant is raised.
Harvest time. Some 12.000.000 tobacco plants are gathered, dried, treated and fermented according to individual formulae - each one a genuine Berlin product: trade-mark "Havan-wrapper from the Spree". And here's the reward for all this trouble - and he seems to like it.
d. Kiel: Carlos' Stroll with Death
In Kiel, two young acrobats, Carlos and Henrico, present an extraordinary high-wire performance. From the town-hall tower, 105 metres in heigh, they stretched a wire-rope of 500 metres, sloping down to another building. Carkos descends from the tower, while Henrico makes his way up from the lower end.
The wind gives the rope a lateral movement of one metre.
There is no net, no safety device.
High above the "Little Kiel" lake they meet.
Suspense - success!
05. Boys- Town, Lebenau
Education instead of punishment
At Lebenau, near Laufen in Bavaria, a reform school has been established by the Bavarian Judicial Administration for convicted youths.
Boys from the age of fourteen to twenty are sent to this institution to serve their term.
They are not criminals, only lesser offenders who (mostly due to present condition) came into conflict with the law. They get lessons in German, arithmetic and geography; optional subjects are English, shorthand an book-keeping.
In the workshops of the reform scholl the boys can continue work in the vocation to which they were trained.
But first of all they are employed in forestry work, as Lebenau is Bavria's biggest forest-nursery. It supplies the greatest part of Bavaria's forests with young trees.
In addition potatoes and vegetables are raised for their own use.
After work is done there are sports and games.
For others a well-stocked library has been furnished.
In this school the youngsters are educated with comprehension and kindness. so that after their release they will find the right road in their newly-won freedom.
a. Riesberg Races, Austria
In Styria, on the 5 km Riesberg road full of curves more than 100 drivers start for Austria's most difficult mountain race.
Fifty thousand fans line the track.
Start of the motorcycle test.
Records in all categories were bettered.
A crash on a difficult curve - the driver suffered concussion of the brain and a broken shoulder.
Start of the motorcycle-sidecar race.
Franz Novotny of Vienna set a new record, driving a 500 DKW machine at an average speed of 63 m.p.h. Novotny is awarded the prize of honour.
b. Regatta, California
The first ski races have started on the Zugspitzplatt, but at Newport harbour, California, sailing regattas are still held.
The regatta was won by Walter Lewis, 14 years old.
c. Wrestling, Munich
In Munich, the first international tournament for professional wrestlers is held. The contestants meet for Munich's Grand Prize.
In the Greco - Roman style, European champion Mosig of Breslau has to fight Vinca, champion of the Baltic States. Both do well in the contest, and then the situation changes rapidly.
Mosig nearly succeeds in getting his opponent's shoulders down, but Vinca turns the tables - or himself - and wins at the end of 39 minutes.
The free style developes more freedom - European champion Baumann of Munich vs German champion Trinkgeld of Munich. A little difference of opinion - and striking arguments - Next round: Trinkgeld tries to get rid of his opponent but Baumann thwarts these attempts. He knots up the other's legs, and that hampers his movements somewhat.
And now its Baumann's turn to do some throwing.
Man overboard! But here this doesn't mean an SOS, but victory. Baumann wins the free style tournament.
Persons in the Film
Baumann, Wolfgang ; Attlee, Clement ; Celebidache, Sergiu ; Elizabeth von England ; Georg VI. von England ; Gibson ; Lewis, Walter ; Mosig ; Novotny, Franz ; Trinkgeld ; Vinca
Austria ; California ; Munich ; Kiel ; Kassel ; London ; Berlin ; Youth institution Lebenau ; Bavaria ; Dortmund ; Bessel
Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Libraries ; Books ; Hands ; Children ; Harvest ; Education, youth ; festivals ; Women, mothers ; Musical events ; Posters, fonts, banners ; Police ; Smoking ; Rings ; Schools, training ; Sailing ; Spoprt-Ehrungen ; sports audience, sports spectator ; Cities ; Dance ; Debris ; Accidents ; Buildings ; Cultural events ; People ; Transport: General ; Listener ; Architecture ; Construction ; Exhibitions ; Gypsy ; Sports honors ; aftermath of war
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