01 India: New viceroy Viscount Mountbatten aircraft on airport rolls out, great. Soldiers on guns fire a salute. Viscount Mountbatten gets out of aircraft behind him his wife, half-close. Mountbatten welcomes Government representatives and Nehru, half-close. Equestrian troupe. Mountbatten and wife drive in State carriage accompanied by horsemen escort, total. Mountbatten and wife get out of the carriage. Lord Wavell and Lady Wavell before Durbar Hall, half close, expect their successors. Greeting. Mountbatten in addition to Lord Wavell, half-close. Gandhi gets out of car, half-close. Gandhi goes between Mountbatten and wife.
(42 m) 02. streiflichter from Germany a. food: dismantling of the "thickness Gustav" workers in the destroyed factory of Krupp when dismantling the giant gun. The pipe is welded through. Exploded tube of the gun.
(19 m) b. Berlin: newspaper paradise newspapers are put together. Tagesspiegel, the Social Democrat, the new newspaper, the courier, Berlin at midday, forward, night express. Newspaper editorial. Editor receives a message. Report is clamped in the typewriter. Hands typing on a typewriter. Type-setter at work. Rotary machine in operation. Printing from Pocket Books. Book stack heroes without weapons: General McClure will receive 1 copy of the series presented, close to half. Ruins of the Memorial Church, total. Sale of newspapers at the newspaper stand.
(34 m) c. Heidelberg: pet trainer Saeed and bears welcomes bear dressage of the Mayor of Heidelberg. The bears between children. The bears go in the cage and sit on stands. Dressage. Bears jump over each other. Bear turns on ton. Bear drives other bears in the stroller. Bear drink from the bottle. Bears get sugar.
(30 m) 03 death Henry Ford's US flag is at half-mast. People walk past the casket. Henry Ford in the coffin. Review: Henry Ford drives in his first car in Detroit (1896). His first factory Ford Motor Company (1903). People work in an open car hood to (1908). Workshop of the Ford works with the band (1913). Workers in production operations. Henry Ford next to his wife, half-close. The Cologne Ford-Werke says Ford factory chimney. Workers at the factory in car production. Assembly of Hood. Wheel is screwed. TRUCK runs from the band. Waving US flag at half mast.
(50 m) 04 pictures from all over the world a. Iceland: volcanic eruption plumes of smoke. Crater of the volcano and lava flow. Scientists during ascent on the mountain before clouds of smoke. Eruptions. Steaming lava. Earth block tumbles down.
(26 m) b. United States: South Pole expedition Byrd brings penguins with penguins on Board of the vessel. Penguins on arm of sailors.
(14 m) c. Jerusalem: Palm Sunday total of Jerusalem. Procession with palms through streets in which Christ came to his town. Procession on the Via Dolorosa. The Mount of olives and the garden of Gethsemane.
(25 m) 05. Frankfurt / Main: Theatre event "Mourning intended Elektra" poster. Destroyed House. The Frankfurt Stock Exchange. Theater program between the notice of the Authority Board. Auditorium with viewers. Scene clip from the play mourning set Elektra wear. The audience claps, half-close. The performers bow. The curtain closes.
(37 m) 6th sports a. Hamburg: training Hein ten Hoff and Grupe Ten Hoff fighting against sandbag. Jumping rope. Forest run. Ten Hoff is massaged on massage table. Garrett on the bag, Lockerungsübung and forest walking. With his two small sons, half-close.
(24 m) b. Hamburg: German billiard - Championship August Tiedtke, Düsseldorf, in the game. The scoreboard. Lütgehetmann, Frankfurt am Main, at the game. Clapping audience. Winner: August Tiedtke. Spectators stand up and clap.
(35 m) c. Frankfurt / Main: wheel-standing race the racers are pushed on the wheels. Stayers races behind motorbikes. The driver in the curve on the elevated railway. Viewers use the heads after passing the driver. Boys in the trees. Harlot outdated drivers and WINS. Clapping spectators, total. Mahdi after the win, big.
01 India: Welcomes the new viceroy of 31 PEALS, arrived the new viceroy of India - Visoount Mountbatten - in Delhi. He is the last representative of the British Crown in India.
According to the wishes of England, a United India to get his place in the circle of free Nations. After the expiry of the period of Office of Viscount Mountbatten, Pandit Nehru will take over the Government of an independent India.
The first visit of Viscount Mountbatten was its predecessor Lord Wavell. Durbar Hall, the seat of the Vice Kings, Lord and Lady Mountbatten go in the body of the State.
In the more narrow ties of India with the British Empire, Viscount Mountbatten is the twentieth viceroy.
At Durbar Hall, Lord and Lady Wavell expected their successors. Viscount Mountbattens first and most difficult task is to participate in the reconciliation of Muslims and Hindus. In this regard, he - had a private discussion before his official inauguration - with Mahatma Gandhi.
02. Streiflichter from Germany: a. the Dicke Gustav in the destroyed factory buildings by Krupp in Essen will be former munitions destroyed, including the biggest gun in the world, the so-called "Dicke Gustav".
With 80 cm calibre, this railroad gun exceeded all known pipe diameters.
The tube is blown and disassembled into individual pieces. The steel is melted and fed into the German economy as raw material, the giant cannon, which construction took two years and cost many million mark, is never used.
b. newspaper paradise newspapers in mass - an amazing oddity in the time of the general shortage of all things.
Berlin has kept its reputation as a paradise of newspaper: there are currently over 16 daily newspapers, in which is reflected the diverse political life of the city. As far as the equipment of the publishing houses survived the war, they were brought on most modern State. Over two and a half million Exenplare of newspapers appear daily in Berlin. In addition a number of weeklies and journals.
Also in publishing, Berlin recently posed on mass production. Books with large quantities at low prices appear in the "book series for everyone".
By the rotational moulding, 100 000 books can be printed in 5 days.
General McClure, the Chief of American control of the message, receives the first copy of the series. Berlin - read and digested the large workload that offers him the journalism today.
c. bears of the Mayor of Heidelberg is located here guests of honour, as not all days To find: pet trainer Saeed and his bear from Frankfurt am Main.
You To give a guest performance in Heidelberg, Germany, to provide a new point of attraction the Heidelberg Tiergarten.
The Frankfurt bears become the big attraction of Heidelberg. Yes, now you lie down on the bear skin and enjoy. And finally - because they were so good - a little special allocation.
03. death Henry Ford Henry Ford, one of the greatest pioneers of American industrial technology, died at the age of 83. On his sarge defillierten thousands of its workers and employees over.
1896 Ford drove his first selfmade car through the streets of Detroit. But until 1903 he could set up his own company and in 1908 to bring the car for everyone on the market. 1913 Ford began churning to experiment with, which allowed for an always greater production at reduced prices. On the occasion of the completion of the 27.000.000 sten car Ford gave his son Etsel the line of works. Later after the early death of his son, he took over again. In many countries there are Ford factories, all of which are organized according to a uniform system. The heavily damaged Cologne factory has resumed its activities and reached a daily production of 20 cars at the time. The motto of Henry Ford "and still moving forward" has its special meaning just for the Ford people on the Rhine today.
The brilliant talent of Henry Ford was on the areas of the organization. His production methods have revolutionized the industry of around the world. He is one of the immortals of the age of technology.
04. images from all over the world: a. volcanic eruption on Iceland one of the largest volcanoes in the world, on Iceland, Hekla rejoined after a hundred years of peace in action.
Streams of lava flowing from the crater of the volcano kilometers width.
A cloud of smoke from a thousand metres above sea level is over the top. Scientists undertook perilous forays in the crater area. Some settlements close to the volcano were evacuated as a precaution. So far has been no sacrifice of human life or serious damage. The eruptions occurring with increasing force provide the image of a magnificent natural spectacle.
b. penguins/Byrd Admiral Byrd has finished his South Pole expedition. In addition to scientific results, geological and other finds he brought something Very much cute: fairy penguins of a previously unknown breed.
The little penguins behave like the great scholars: they carry Bratenröcke and get nothing from the rest.
They come in the Zoo of Seattle, where donned the Byrds first ship on the way home.
b. Palestine Jerusalem, the expensive all the faithful and Holy City, their appearance has through the centuries and kept its character.
A procession through the same winding streets through which Christ had his moves each year on Palm Sunday. An other procession follows the ordeal of the Redeemer, the historical via Dolorosa. All Christian denominations share in the maintenance of the Holy places of memory. Outside Jerusalem Mount of olives.
On its slope, the garden of Gethsemane, one of the many places of pilgrimage and prayer in the Holy City of Jerusalem.
05. a theatre event in Frankfurt how many other famous buildings of Frankfurt am Main was severely damaged also the Schauspielhaus in the war. You can No more play in its rooms. However, the illustrious theatre tradition of Frankfurt am Main will be continued. The Frankfurt Theatre has found a new workplace in the theatre of the Exchange preserved.
The German first performance of the trilogy "Mourning must wear Elektra" by O'Neill was first rank to a theater-historical event.
O'Neill, the American Nobel Laureate, designed in 1865 at the end of the civil war the fate of an American family.
He transmits the's fateful concatenations human fault, as the ancient Greek drama she created in the recent time. The trilogy includes 13 acts - with a duration of 6 hours -. A massive undertaking - the seal as the performance. However, piece, staging and presentation combined a strong, sustainable success.
06. sports: a. two boxing champion in training the German heavyweight champion Ten Hoff on his fight against Garrett preparing. The training program is versatile: it combines strength exercises, Gewandtheits - and endurance. Especially the forest run combines the pleasant with the useful. Finally the massage - after the motto: well kneaded is half the battle.
And here Ten Hoff Challenger - Garrett.
As an amateur group has battled it 6 times Ten Hoff, including once victorious.
After training here relaxing - in the family.
b. billiards Championship in Hamburg, the first German billiards Championship was discharged after the war.
Here August Tiedtke, Düsseldorf, at the game. The playing conditions of the cadre part variety and prevent the Giants series earlier often achieved by strong players from several thousand points.
And here Tiedtkes fiercest competitor, Lütgehetmann from Frankfurt am Main.
He played the most series of the tournament with 195 and repeated his individual average record of 57 winner Tiedtke remained Lütgehetmann, concern and Spielmann. He is the new German champions of the green cloth.
c. standing race big spring price on the stadium velodrome in Frankfurt am Main in front of 20,000 spectators.
The stayers races take participants behind motorcycles - so-called pacemakers.
These speeds are reached up to 80 kilometres per hour. Here the highlights of the Endlaufes: Maharaj, the ex world champion tries to get past Krewer. But Krewer can not happen to him. The Überrundung's second attempt succeeds. Harlot who at the beginning of the race far back was also PuTTY Steiner lapped up. This harlot secures victory before PuTTY Steiner, Marklewitz, Rahman and Krewer.
The new Viceroy
Greeted with a salute of 31 guns, the new Viceroy of India, Viscount Mountbatten, arrived in Dehli. He will be the last representative of the British crown in India.
It is Britain's desire that a unified India receive a place among the free nations. After Mountbatten's period of office is finished, Pandit Nehru will take over the government of an independent India.
Viscount Mountbatten paid his first visit to Lord Wavell, his predecessor. Lord and Lady Mountbatten arrive at Durbar Hall, the seat of the Viceroys.
Viscount Mountbatten is the twentieth viceroy to hold office during the century-old connection between India and the British Empire.
At Durbar Hall Lord and Lady Wavell await their successors.
Viscount Mountbatten's first and most difficult task is to help effect a reconciliation between Moslems and Hindus.
To further this cause he held a short time before taking office - a private discussion with Mahatma Gandhi.
02. News flashes from Germany:
a. The "Dicke Gustav." (Fat Gustav)
The partially destroyed machine-halls of the Krupp Plant in Essen are being used for the destruction of former warmaterial. This is what is happening to the world's biggest gun, the "Dicke Gustav."
With a caliber of 80 centimeters, this railway gun surpassed all known artillery-calibers.
The gun is cut into pieces, the steel melted down and put to use in German industry as raw material.
This monster gun, which took two years to build and cost millions of marks, was never used.
b. Newspaper paradise
Newspapers 'en masse' - a remarkable curiosity in a time of general shortage. Berlin sticks to its fame as a newspaper paradise: at present it gets 16 newspapers a day which reflect the manifold political life of the city. Equipment of the publishing establishments was sufficient to produce up-to-date quality. More than two and a half million copies are printed daily in Berlin. Besides there is a multitude of weeklies and special editions. Publishing houses in Berlin recently started mass production. "Books for Everybody" are published in big editions at low prices. With the "Rotation" process 100.000 books can be printed in five days.
General McClure, Chief of Information Control Division, receives the first edition of the series.
Berlin reads - and digests the great problems of to-day.
The Burgomaster of Heidelberg welcomes unusual guests: Schäfer and his bears from Frankfurt o/Main.
They give a guest performance at the Heidelberg Zoo. Yes, and they lie down on their bear skins and like it.
And finally - because they were good bears - there is an extra ration.
03. Henry Ford +
Henry Ford, one of the greatest pioneers of American industry, died at the age of 83. Thousands of his employees pass by his coffin.
In 1896 he drove in his self-made auto through the streets of Detroit. But not until 1903 could he establish his own firm and put the first popular-priced car on the market. In 1913 he experimented with the assembly line, which made possible tremendous production at low prices.
On occasion of the output of the 27.000.000th car he put the management of his plant into the hands of his son Edsel. Later, after the early death of his beloved son, he again took over management.
In every country there are Ford factories, organised after a general system. The heaveliy-damaged Cologne plant has resumed production and has reached a daily output of 20 cars. Ford's slogans: "Go ahead" has a special meaning for the Ford people on the Rhine.
Henry Ford's genious lay in the sphere of organisation. His methods of production revolutionized the industry of the whole world.
He is one of the immortales of the age of machine technique.
04. News flashes from everywhere:
a. Volcano erupts in Iceland
The Hekla volcano on Iceland, one of the largest on the globe, has resumed activity after 100 years of slumber.
Streams of lava kilometers-wide thunder down from the crate A mushroom of smoke ascends to a height of a thousand meters in the air.
Experts undertake the dangerous trip into the crater district.
Some of the villages situated near the volcano have been evacuated as a precaution.
Up to now no loss of life or large property damage has been reported.
The eruptions, increasing continually, give a terrible picture of this gigantic freak of nature.
Admiral Byrd has completed his polar expedition. Besides scientific, geological and other discoveries he also brought something different: dwarf-penguins of a hitherto unknown kind.
The little penguins look like great scholars: they wear black coats and nothing seems to upset them.
They will be put into the Seattle Zoo, where Byrd's first ship anchored.
Jerusalem, holy city of most religions, has not changed during the centuries. Every year on Palm Sunday a procession moves through the same narrow streets through which Christ walked. Another procession follows the path of suffering of the Saviour, the historical Via Dolorosa. All Christian sects take part in caring for the holy places.
The Mount of Olives, outside Jerusalem.
On this slope is the Garden of Gethsemane, one of the many goals of pilgrimage and devotion in the Holy City of Jerusalem.
03. A theatrical high-light in Frankfurt
Like many other well-known buildings in Frankfurt o/Main, the theatres were also heavily damaged during the war. Yet the glamorous theatre-traditions of Frankfurt are carried on.
A new stage has been formed in the undamaged Hall of the Neue Boerse. (New Stock Exchange).
The first German performance of the Trilogy by Eugene O'Neill was a historical event.
O'Neill, American Nobel Prize winner, showed the fate of an American family in the year 1865, at the end of the Civil war.
Like the antique Greek drama, he transposes tragedy based on fatalism into modern times. The tragedy has 13 parts, and lasts 6 hours. An immense undertaking - for the author as well as the performers. But everything united to result in a great, long-lasting success.
a. The German heavy-weight champion Ten Hoff prepares to meet the contender, Grupe. The program of training includes many exercises. The sprint through the forest is a useful routine. And finally, the massage.
Here is Ten Hoff's challenger, Grupe.
As an amateur, Grupe met Ten Hoff 6 times, winning once. After training, repose -- in the family circle.
b. The Billiard Championship
In Hamburg the first German post-war Billiard Championships were decided.
Here is August Tiedtke, Dusseldorf.
The rules of the tournament bring many changes, and stop former gigantic scores. Thousands of points used to be made by good players.
And here is Tiedtke's closest challenger, Luetgehetmann from Frankfurt o/M. He score 195, the highest series of the tournament, and repeated his average record in singles with 57 points. The winner was Tiedtke, second Luetgehetmann, then Sorge and Spielmann. Tiedtke is the new German Billiards Champion.
c. Motor-paced bicycle race
The great Spring Prize was run on the Stadium track in Frankfurt o/Main before 20,000 fans.
In a stamina race the competitors are paced by motorcycles. Speeds up to 80 kilometers per hour are reached. Here is the highlight of the finish: Metze, ex-world-champion, tries to pass Krewer, but Krewer won't let him.
The second attempt is successful. Metze, who was far behind at the beginning of the race, also passes Kittsteiner. Metze wins, followed by Kittsteiner, Marklewitz, Rintelmann and Krewer.
Persons in the Film
Ford, Henry ; Gandhi, Mahatmah ; MacClure, Robert ; Mountbatten, Louis ; Nehru, Indira ; Schäfer, Albert ; Wavell ; Grupe, Richard ; Lütgehetmann, Walter ; Metze ; Hoff ten, Hein ; Tiedtke, August
Hamburg ; Frankfurt ; Frankfurt/Main ; Berlin ; Food ; United States ; New Delhi ; New Delhi ; Cologne ; Iceland ; Heidelberg ; Jerusalem ; Hanover
Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Libraries ; Boxes ; Books ; Dismantling ; Trade, finance ; India ; Industry ; Disasters ; Children ; Expeditions ; Flags ; News, communications ; Political events ; Cycling ; Religious events ; sports audience, sports spectator ; Cities ; Animals (except dogs) ; Deaths, funerals ; Debris ; Buildings ; automotive engineering, automotive ; automotive industry ; Cultural events ; Technology, industry ; Military ; Volcano, volcanoes ; Zoo, Wildlife Park ; Listener ; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen ; Jobs ; Gypsy ; Industrial ; Military ; aftermath of war
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