01 master tomorrow - training camp of the professional Boxer young men sitting in the sand. Hein ten Hoff in swimsuit at box course. Forest run with shadow boxing. The young folks at group gymnastics. Masseur with massage. Boxer on sandbags. Richard Vogt boxes to sandbag. Hein ten Hoff shows correct box position. Training battle of young boxers.
(38 m) 02. streiflichter from Germany as Bremen: dredging and suction for the dredging of the industrial port carbon from the Weser. Residents stand in the water and collecting coal from the mud on land. Women, children and men in the coal collecting in the water. Small dog, tethered beside the Coalsack. The coal will be sailed on carts.
(40 m) b. medical gymnastics for children children sliding on slides. Children in gymnastics after Neumann Neurode. Foot gymnastics. Children on swings and climbing up on a rope. Detlef Neumann Neurode, the son of the founder of the healing method of that turns with the kids. Neck hanging on the Trapeze.
(29 m) 03. Images from around the world as United States: Museum on wheels in a streamlined train carried documents from the history of the United States. Documents will be stored under glass. Women go through exhibition. Streamlined train in the image (from right to left).
(24 m) b. Scotland: Festival of the Highlands in Dunoon, Scotland pipe band draws a, total. Scottish dancing girls. Bagpiper. Scottish sword dance. Hammer thrower in kilts. Men press and hurl tree trunks.
(34 m) c. United States: tobacco auction in North Carolina girl on decorated car during procession. Men in tobacco harvesting tobacco field. Tobacco auction. The planter auction their tobacco crop in a lightning-fast way of speaking. The fastest speaker receives a small cup.
(28 m) 04 sports a. Northeim: artistic gymnastics North Germany - South Germany competition in the open air. Spectator grandstands, total. Theo Wied (S) turns on the parallel bars. INO Stangl (S) turns on the pommel horse. Turner at horse jump over longitudinal horse. Dieckhut (N) in the floor exercises. Judges will show note 10 Ino Stangl on the horizontal bar. INO Stangl is best single Turner. South Germany WINS ahead of North Germany.
(39 m) b. Chicago: American swimming - women's Cup Starter shoots. Start of the 100 m crawl: turning. It wins Ann Curtis (1 min 7 sec.). Ann Curtis in the water, half-close. 100 m back crawl: Start and turn. It wins Susanne Zimmermann (1 min 17 sec). Susanne Zimmermann, great. Springboard: Jo Ann Ohlsen jumps (ZL) and WINS.
(25 m) 05. A spa town today: image report from Wiesbaden Wiesbaden, total. Swivel. Excavator in ruins in reconstruction. Road with traffic. Wilhelm Straße. The spa and the spa gardens. The Cook well. The Rose Hotel, the Castle, the Landeshaus, the Sektkellerei Henkell dry. The Museum with the Nefertiti bust, great. The Greek chapel on the Neroberg. The Hessian State Theatre. People go to the opening performance. Missis clay upon arrival, half-close. The Hessian Minister stock upon arrival. The Director of the military Government in Hesse, Dr. Newmann, in the opening speech. Luster, great. Curtain opens. Performer "The magic flute" on stage. People clap. The curtain closes.
(68 m) 06. The Warlock of the Green league tables in Lion Janders lion Janders, great trick billiards - takes billiard stick of frame and shows various tricks of the pool.
1st master of tomorrow...
The young boxers today are the champions of tomorrow... How to become a champion, Hein shows ten Hoff, the German heavyweight champion in the training camp of the professional Boxer in Holstein. The preparatory work of the Boxer is versatile - also this forest run with shadow boxing is serious training. Then gymnastics, tuned percussion and defense.
On the bag and the bulb a further example: German Champion in the light heavyweight, Richard Vogt... Hein is the finishing touch again ten Hoff, and now increases combat training, preparing for the start in the ring of the professional Boxer.
02. streiflichter from Germany: b. coal from the river Weser In the industry of Bremerhaven, countless Zentner coal that fell off when shipments are at the bottom of the river Weser. After a hiatus of 20 years is dug here for the first time again.
Using large suction the mud is pumped from the bottom of the river Weser on a barrenness on the outskirts of Bremen. Inhabitants of Bremen collect the coal, briquettes and Coke out of the mud. A picture such as coal and gold prospecting - is Yes, today more than ever black gold. Who is at the forefront, has views of large yield. But also further back still the highpoints in the mud is worth.
On average, a person can dig every day two or three hundredweight coal. The painstaking work in mud and water worth if home supplies for the winter is slowly but steadily increasing.
Fuel from the sea - coal washer on the Weser beach. [...] a spotlight on the plight of our more time and - their fight.
c. growth vulnerable Gros city child healthy exercise is physiotherapy for children in the health resorts of Christians Valley near Oldenburg in Holstein.
Named after its founder Neumann-Neurode infant and child gymnastics is well known in the circles of the world. Through systematic gymnastics, abnormal growth, and contractions as a result of rickets and spinal polio can be corrected or eliminated altogether.
The kids exercise with energy and stamina - when they know what is at stake. The neck swing helps to make the spine back on their feet.
Detlef Neumann-Neurode, the son of the founder of this healing method, continues the work of his deceased father.
In Christian's Valley, many child before imprisonment infirmity has been preserved by timely treatment.
03. images from all over the world: a. streamlines, Museum a museum on wheels at the time makes the round by all States of North America.
Train consisting of seven car contains a unique collection of the most precious political and cultural and historical documents from American history.
Most modern arrangements of all kinds secure the manuscripts against heat, cold, theft, fire and other damage. The documents held under glass bear the logos of many world-famous names: from Presidents, statesmen, scientists, poets and composers.
The streamlines Museum visited 300 cities of the United States.
b. Scots dance in Dunoon in Scotland was a celebration of the Highlands Instead of - a musical sporty initiating a meeting of all those who have their hearts in the Highlands.
The historical sword dance, each new generation must learn again. This includes A lot of rhythmic sense and dance talent. Prompt and inevitably who don't exactly jump over the blade, will be disqualified.
The program includes easy athleticism battles.
Hammer throw in the Kilt. Odd, but each of these athletic Ballet rats is a record holder.
And now the tree press, the most popular Scottish power sports. The best biceps of the country compete in the balancing and spinning of entire tree trunks. There are titles, prices - and sore muscles for the strong men of Dunoon.
(c). Tobacco auction, United States at Wilson, which is capital of the American State of North Carolina, each year Instead of a tobacco Festival.
At the same time one of the world's largest tobacco markets held here, because in North Carolina are huge tobacco plantations, whose Erträgnisse are offered at auction.
So it sounds to our ears - the growers must make an effort, to bring their tobacco as quickly and as effectively as possible to the man.
For the auction they have settled to a strange chant-style, a kind of tobacco ARIA at a lightning pace.
He broke all existing records of the tongue skill a trophy for the winner.
04. sports: a. art gymnastics competition on the open-air stage in Northeim, southern Germany and Northern Germany fought a match in artistic gymnastics, which was considered at the same time a German Championship. The best gymnasts showed excellent performance in front of 10,000 spectators.
The Süddeutsche Theo Wied at the barren exercise. INO Stangl, southern Germany, with its champion dressage at the horse. On the Pferdlang, the North were better.
Here the floor routine by Dick hat, North Germany. This routine was considered to be only with the highest score of 10.
And once again Ino Stangl on the horizontal bar. He was the best single Turner Erich Wied and Kamal, and repeated the title of German Champion in freestyle gymnastics.
Southern Germany just ahead of North Germany won the overall result.
b. Women swimming, United States of America Swimming Championships of women was held in Chicago. The fighting saw the selection for the Olympic Games in 1948.
Ann won Curtis with 1 minute 7 seconds in the 100 meters crawl swimming.
And here the 100 metres backstroke. Suzanne Zimmermann took 1 minute 17 seconds, a time that has been achieved at the European Championships.
In contrast, art jumping Jo Änn Ohlsen is absolute top class. The difficulty of her jumps and the sophisticated technology are unmatched. The slow motion clearly shows the elegance of this master diver.
05. a town today: image report from Wiesbaden in Wiesbaden, the world-famous spa town on the slopes of the Taunus mountains, climbed to still greater importance. As the seat of the Hessian State Government and many important authorities, Wiesbaden has also become a focal point of political and economic life of West Germany.
The town lost 35% of its buildings during the war. Today, the building is in full swing. Wiesbaden has already 200.000 inhabitants.
The streets of Wiesbaden show the animated image of Gros-urban transport.
The famous Wilhelm Street, where once walked the elegant world.
Wiesbaden is and remains primarily spa town. Its symbol is the Kurhaus, which is bright rises from the green part of parks and gardens.
The largest and most important the 26 thermal springs of Wiesbaden is the steaming whirlpool of Cook well.
The famous hotel "Rose". The Castle, now the Parliament is located. The Landeshaus, the seat of the American military Government. Between Wiesbaden and Biebrich the famous sparkling wine: "Henkell dry".
The Museum - now a collector of many art treasures from all parts of Germany. The famous bust of Nefertiti, now admired after their migration from the Nile to the river Spree, in the Taunus town.
The Golden domes of the Greek Chapel shine still on the Neroberg.
Just, the Hessian State Theatre was reopened. Theatre - one of the leading stages in Germany - made heavily damaged and now again 50 years during the war.
Appeared to the solemn opening performance: Mrs. Clay, the wife of the American commander-in-Chief, the Hessian Minister stock and many other official personalities. The Director of the military Government held the opening speech for Hesse, Dr. Newmann. Then the lights go out and the curtain rises to the solid performance of "Die Zauberflöte", as a prelude for a season and a new era.
A big night in the styles of the great tradition of Wiesbaden.
06. the Warlock of the green table we present: Lion Janders, the undisputed master of the trick billiards. He conjures on the green cloth: 6 balls in 6 bags with a shock.
A small exception to the Serpent - and the first ball is in the basket.
And here: the piñata.
A small replacement... And a big tidy up, where at the end, the camera sets the pace. Speed is no witchcraft... or you?
01. Champions of to-morrow
The pupils of to-day are the champions of to-morrow ... Hein Ten Hoff the German heavy weight champion, shows how champions are groomed in the training camp of the professionals in Holstein. The boxers have to go through many different kinds of trainings. This shadow boxing is serious training, too. Then exercises including attacking and defending. At the "sand sack" and the "pear" there is another star teacher: the German half-weight champion Richard Vogt. The last polish is given again bei Hein ten Hoff, and now the training starts in earnest - the preparation for the start in the ring of the professional boxers.
02. News Flashes from Germany
a. Coal in the Weser
In Bremen Industrial Harbour the bottom of the Weser river is littered with many tons of coal which fell off the ships during loading operations. After twenty years the river is now being dredged for the first time. Huge pumps lift the mud from the bottom of the Weser to a waste district near Bremen. The population of Bremen gathers the coal out of the mud. The scene reminds of gold rush days - and indeed, to-day coal is more than ever black gold. One person is able to gather approximately 2 to 3 hundred-weights of coal per day. The toiling in mud and water is worth while the fuel stock at home increases slowly but surely. Fuel out of the sea - coal diggers at the Weser - a glimpse more of the hardships of our time ... and the fight against them.
b. Gymnastics for children
In the childrens hospital of Christianstal near Oldenburg in Holstein weak and feeble children are cured by gymnastics. These special exercises were introduced by the inventor Neumann-Neurode and are now well known amongst experts all over the world. By systematic training the effects of ricket and infantile paralysis can be corrected or entirely eliminated. The little ones take to it - as if they knew, that they can be cured. The neck-swing helps to make the spine flexible again. Detlef Neumann-Neurode, the son of the inventor, continues the work of his late father.
In Christianstal manya child has been saved from lifelong ailment by prompt and effective treatment.
03. New Flashes from everywhere
a. Streamline Museum
A Museum on wheels is currently touring through all the States of America. The train consists of seven carriages and presents a unique collection of political and cultural documents of American history. All kinds of devices protect the manuscripts from heat, frost, theft, fire and other damage. The documents under glass bear the signatures of many world famous names: of presidents, statesmen, scientists, writers and composers. The Streamline Museum will visit 300 towns of the USA.
b. Scottish Dance
Dunoon in Scotland was the scene of a highland festival - a musical -sportive-social gathering of all whose heart is in the highlands. The historical sword dance which each new generation has to learn, requires great rythmical skill and a gift for dancing. The program also includes athletic competitions. Throwing the hammer.
And now tossing the caber, one of the most popular scottish sports. The strongest men compete in lifting and throwing whole trees. There are titles and prizes for the strong men of Dunoon.
c. Tobacco Auction, USA
Each year a tobacco festival is held in Wilson, the capital of North Carolina.
Here one of the worlds biggest tobacco auctions is held, for North Carolina has immense tobacco plantations. It sounds unbelievable for us but the farmers have to exert themselves in order to sell their tobacco as good and as fast as possible. They have developed as strange style of chanting when the auction is held.
A cup for the winner - he broke every record in quick-fire patter.
The open air arena in Northeim was the scene of a competition in artistic gymnastics between South and North Germany.
Spectacular feats were performed by the athletes before 10.000 spectators. Theo Wied, South Germany, at theparallel bars. Ino Stangl, South Germany, gives a superb performance at the vaulting-horse. The North Germans were better at the long-horse. Here the exhibition of Dickhut, North Germany which gained him the highest score of 10.
And again Ino Stangl at the horizontal bar. He was the best single performer and was awarded the title of German champion, second was Erich Wied and third Kiefer. In the total score South Germany just beat North Germany.
04. b. Women swimming, USA
America's swimming championships for women were held in Chicago as elimination contests for the Olympic Games 1948. In the 100 m crawl Ann Curtis won with 1 minute 7 sec.
Here is the 100 m back swimming. Susan Zimmerman swam 1 min., 17 sec., a time which equals the Europe Championships.
In the diving contest Jo Ann Ohlsen is in a class by herself. She demonstrates here, her incomparable technique and sk[...] The slow motion camera clearly shows the unique elegance of [...] champion.
05. A spa town to-day:
Wiesbaden, the world famous spa on the slopes of the Taunus Mountains, has to-day attaines even greater importance. As the residence of the Hesse Government and many other important offices Wiesbaden has also become the centre of political and economic life in West. Germany.
The city lost 35% of its houses during the war and reconstruction is in full swing. At present Wiesbaden has already 200.000 inhabitants again.
The streets are bustling with traffic and activity.
The famous Wilhelmstreet, once the promenade of the smart international world.
Above all, Wiesbaden is a watering place. Its symbol is the Kurhaus which rises white and gleaming from the green background of parks [...]end gardens.
The largest of the 26 thermal springs of Wiesbaden is the steaming "Kochbrunnen". The famous "Hotel Rose".
The castle, which now houses the civilian government.
The "Landeshaus", the seat of the Americ. Milit. Government. Between Wiesbaden and Biebrich is the well-known champagne firm of "Henkell Trocken".
The Museum - - - now collecting point of many precious works of art from all over Germany. The famous Nofretete bust can now be admir[...] here after its wanderings from the Nile to the Spree.
On Neroberg gleam the golden domes of the Greek Chapel.
Recently the Hesse State Theatre was reopened. For 50 years this theatre was one of the best in Germany. It was heavily damaged during the war and has now been reconstructed.
Mrs. Clay, wife of the US Commander-in-Chief, Ministerpresident of Hesse, Stock, and many other official personalities attended the opening. The inauguration speech was held by the director of MG for Hesse, Dr. Newman. Then the lights go down and the curtein parts for a festival performance of the "Magie Flute" with which a new season and a new era was begun.
A great occasion in the style of Wiesbaden's great tradition
06. Magic on the green table
We present: Lion Janders, top-notch champion of trick-Billiard. He conjures on the green table: 6 balls in 6 pockets with one stroke. A little push - - - and the first ball rolls into the pocket. Here is the magic paper bag. Exchange is no robbery ... And a big clean - - -speeded by the camera. Speed is not magic - - - or is it?
Persons in the Film
Clay, Lucius D. ; Neumann Neurode, Detlef ; Newman ; Stock, Christian ; Curtis, Jo Ann ; Dickhut, Adalbert ; Janders, Lion ; Ohlsen, Jo Ann ; Stangl, Ino ; Hoff ten, Hein ; Vogt, Richard ; Wied, Theo ; Zimmermann, Suzanne
Holstein ; Chicago ; Northeim ; Wiesbaden ; North Carolina ; United States ; Bremen ; Christian Valley ; Ulm ; Scotland
Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Boxes ; Drought ; Railways ; Misery ; Dogs ; Children ; musical instruments ; Medals, awards, honors ; Swimming ; Cities ; Dance ; Debris ; diving ; Gymnastics ; Buildings ; Cultural events ; Art ; Works of art ; Medicine ; festivals ; Billiards ; Construction ; Auctions ; Exhibitions ; Dogs ; aftermath of war
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