01 streiflichter from Germany a. Munich: Murray van Wagoner opened guide dog school van Wagoner, half-close. Blind dogs. Blind man with large glasses. Shepherd, great. Shepherd goes into complete cars. Blind man's dog in the snow.
(25 m) b. Bremen: loads bicycle man goes on a loaded bicycle. Hand gear, great. Feet on pedals commute back and forth. Man rides bike with head. Wife rides bike with milk jugs. Child on load bike. Man rides bike with a sidecar.
(30 m) c. Hamburg: auction in the lost property Office of railway people stand in line on the street. People go to auction room. Find stuff on shelves. Men sell gloves and coat. Bicycle without tires is offered. People offer. Original sound. Rocking horse without a head is auctioned off.
(39 m) 02. A Berlin Theatre event: Jean Paul Sartre "Flies" Hebbel - Jean Paul Sartre, half close, talking Jürgen Fehling. Sample of "The fly" in the Hebbel. Jürgen Fehling, great. Original sound. (33 m) 03 sport a. Munich: impact change and box scenes in the ring boxes - German Championships in the bantamweight of Hans Schiffers - Schönig draw. Referee separates. Among the spectators of Hans Richter. Boxer To give himself hand after struggle. Spectators whistle in protest against the verdict. Hans Schiffers in the face marked with wreath beside Saeidi, half-close.
(24 m) b. New York: elimination fights for Olympic Games elimination fights for the Olympic Games at Madison Square Garden - pole vaulter. Hurdle race. The 29-year-old Pastor Gilbert Dodd runs new world record over 1 mile. Stopwatch, great. Dodd is in the final lap to the finish. New indoor world record.
(33 m) 04. The world food crisis pedestrian in Berlin. Queue in front of butchery. Faces of people in the Fleischbank (WIF 127) General Sir Brian Robertson, speaks in the radio interview, big. "In addition to Germany many other countries suffering from food shortages. This applies even to my own home, where the allocations are lower than they have been at any time before or during the war. All these hungry countries are entitled to the food of the world, and most of them think that their claims are justified at least as good as the West." Snakes. Grain is loaded. Bags. Starving in China and India. Food is distributed. Children eat with chopsticks. Indians. Indian Child, great.
(64 m) 05. images from around the world as United States: artificial snow storm off pipe is sprayed hot steam room which sits down as snow. Meteorological Research of the refrigeration.
(17 m) b. Australia: Caterpillar Caterpillar crawl in a long line in a row. The larvae crawl in the district.
(30 m) c. China: mass wedding 54 couples with joint wedding. Bride, great. The wedding pairs next to each other at the wedding photo.
01 streiflichter from Germany: a. guide dogs of the Director of the military Government for Bavaria, Murray van Wagoner, opened in Munich a guide dog School of the Bavarian Red Cross. Since the war had many blind solely on foreign aid.
The Bavarian Red Cross wants to remedy this here quick and comprehensive.
The training of animals of different breeds is in the so-called garden of the obstacle. Their apprenticeship lasts approximately 8 weeks. Some 6,000 blind people live in Bavaria; more than half need a trained show dog.
The Red Cross can not solve this problem today morning and especially without the help of the public.
The request comes to all who can help: "Their hard fate facilitates the blind by your verhelft them to a four-legged companions."
b. load bicycle, this new "special bike" the engineer HeNe can carry loads up to three and four Hundredweights. A multi speed gearbox allows switching on three courses. As a result, smaller climbs can be taken also with heavy load.
You may be similar as in an ordinary bike - but also with both feet at the same time, or only with one foot, depending on the power and convenience.
The loads bike promoted larger items too. Boxes, bags and cans, anything that needs to be moved to in everyday life and in business life.
The vehicle is quite suitable also for women. As well, a model has been designed for children.
Here a version with a sidecar. With a prosthesis, this disabled drives the wheel.
The series production begins now at a factory in Bremen. Cars and fuel are scarce today. The loads bike jumps or rather moves into the breach.
c. railroad auction used items at affordable prices - that attracts a large number of interested parties to the auction of the railway in Hamburg every month. All four weeks under the hammer is lost for four months on the shelves was stored and was not picked by the losers.
Hard to believe, but from the case of the bicycle to the rocking horse many useful exists.
There are no studies.
The offer Of course far exceeds the demand and the auctioneer must muster his entire fairness and firmness in the surging waves of the desire to buy.
02. a Berlin Theatre event: Jean Paul Sartre, and "The fly" at the time most often mentioned philosopher and playwright of France visited Berlin: Jean Paul Sartre, the founder of Existentialism, one today discussed A lot towards of the philosophy.
The Hebbel Theater brought a performance of Sartre's best-known piece, "The fly". Jürgen Fehling led in his spirited wise direction. Here images of a sample. (Original sound). The "flying", the French resistance movement in 1943 wrote Sartre as a beacon, new discusses the concept of freedom in the ancient garb.
03. sports: a. boxes, Munich in Munich the German champions defended in the bantamweight, Hans Schiffers, his title against the Challenger Schönig. Both Boxer showed a quick and technically sophisticated fight. Schönig, with white stripes on the trousers, turned out to be extremely fast and powerful. He was always in the attack, but no decisive hits could install as boatman deftly dodged.
The fight went the full distance of 12 rounds. The verdict was: draw - what a large proportion of the audience lively protest provoked.
Schiffers so retains the title of German Champion in bantamweight.
04. sports: B. Dodd excretion fighting in America for the Olympic Games.
In front of 15,000 spectators, there was a new world record at Madison Square Garden in New York. The 29 Pastor Gilbert Dodd from Boston starts over a mile to the barrel.
Dodd, called his great athletic achievements due to the "flying priest", go Right away to the top of the field. With wide, expansive steps he's running his opponent.
He covered the half-mile, so some over 800 meters, in two minutes.
The audience cheers him with calls to. The last round.
Dodd is the final spurt, Dodd creates a new indoor world record: a mile in four minutes, 5 dreizehntel seconds. The "flying priest" was a truly Olympic time.
04. world food crisis remains the No. 1 problem in Germany the food situation. About own concerns overlook the fact is however often, that the current food emergency is not just a German issue. It rather represents a world problem - first order. General Sir Brian Robertson, the British military Governor of Germany, commented on this topic in a radio address. (Original sound: "Apart from Germany to Germany...".)
In Europe, for example, a slew of countries belong to the areas, which can exist only with the help of foreign grants.
The emergency in the far East is far greater still.
China and India recorded especially hunger epidemics of frightening proportions. War and war, crop failures and epidemics are the causes of crises and disasters.
Despite war, hardship and disease, the world has in the past decade to a population increase of more than 130 million people. However, the international food production has not kept pace with this development. There is less food and more people who run it."
Even rich surplus areas like America must impose restrictions on themselves, to help the many needy countries around the world.
In the allocation of foreign food aid, the German West zones are in volume in second place. The food crisis remains the No. 1 world problem.
05. images from all over the world: a. artificial snow storm, United States in a Meteorological Institute in America finds Instead of the snow storm in the sale. Blowing hot steam, which translates into snow Right away into a room cooled down to 30 degrees below zero. A piece of dry ice, swung in circles, accelerates this artificial crystallization process.
The snow storm in the retort is accessible at any time regardless of the outdoor temperature: an essential basis for the cold research and the study of weather operations.
b. larvae in Australia, lives a type of Caterpillar that does not know the existence as individuals. Only in groups, these strange animals in search of moving food and pastime. The bellwether - respectively the leading Caterpillar - determines the way, everyone else will follow. So the column like a spiny centipede across the terrain moves: so to speak a living tractors.
Sometimes but there is a short circuit due to a connection. Then it goes in circles around - for days - weeks... and they do not perceive it.
c. Chinese mass wedding a time frame from the China of today: 54 couples be married together to make bearable the high cost of a Chinese wedding. Because in this way, all 54 couples in the now usual Chinese weddings cost share. The Government proposed recently in the country mass weddings of this kind.
Certainly - the old charm of the Chinese tradition has dwindled at such a wedding, it means it is today in the land of smiles: Please en gros quite seriously for a wedding picture.
05. News Flashes from Everywhere:
a. Artificial Blizzard, U.S.A
A metereological institute in America makes an artificial snow storm. Steam is pressed into a 30 degree (Celsius) cold room and immediately the steam becomes snow. A very essential device for arctic exploration and the study of weather conditions.
There is a strange species of caterpillars in Austria which only lives and moves in a queue of many companions. The leading caterpillar goes ahead and all other follow in a line. But what happens if the first caterpillar catches the end of the treck? It circles for weeks on end.
c. Chinese Mass Wedding
In order to reduce the high costs of a normal Chinese wedding the government ordered mass weddings in all China. Here, 54 couples are married at once. The old romantic glamour may have gone - - but the new streamlined ceremony certainly produces a unique wedding picture.
01. News Flashes from Germany
a. Dogs for the Blind
The director of Military Government for Bavaria, Murray van Wagoner, opened a dogs training school of the Bavarian Red Cross in Munich. Since the end of the war many blind men had to depend entirely on charity. This will now be remedied. In the obstacle garden the dogs of several breeds are trained for about 8 weeks. There are around 6.000 blind men in Bavaria and more than 50% of them need a trained dog. Of course the Red Cross is not able to solve this task immediately and exclusively. Therefore every one who can help is asked: assist the blind men by helping them to obtain a four legged comrade.
This new bicycle constructed by engineer Hene can carry 3 to 4 hundred weights of load. A 3 gear drive makes it possible to ride up hill even with a heavy load. One can use it like an ordinary bicycle but also tread with both feet at the same time, or only with one foot - as one pleases. Also larger loads can be carried on this bicycle like boxes, sacks and cans. Women can ride this vehicle, too. There is even a special model for children. Here is another model with a sidecar for disabled people. Mass production has been started recently in a Bremen plant. Motorcars and gasoline are short today and this new truck-cycle will help solve the transportation problem.
Every month the Railway Company in Hamburg holds an auction of lost and found articles which have not been claimed by the loosers after 4 months All kinds of articles and useful odds and ends are auctioned off: trunks [...]cycles and even rocking-horses. And there are no black market prices.
02. A Berlin Theatre Event
Jean Paul Sartre and "The Flies"
The famed French philosopher and playright Jean Paul Sartre visited Berlin. He is the founder of the much discussed existencialism theory. The Hebbel Theatre presented a performance of Sartre's best known play "The Flies" Jürgen Fehling directed it in his temperamental way. Here are pictures of a rehearsal
The Flies" were written in 1943 as a symbol of the French resistance movement.
a. Boxing, Munich
The German Bantam weight champion Hans Schiffers met his challenger Schönig in Munich. Both boxers put up a fast and furious fight. Especially Schönig (white strips on shorts) was quick, tough and agressive. Although he continously attacked he could not deliver the decisive blow. The match lasted the full 12 rounds. The verdict was no decision" which evoked considerable protest among the audience. Schiffers remains German Bantam-weight champion.
b. Dodd, USA
America stages elimination fights for the Olympic Games. A new world record was set up at Madison Square Garden before 15.000 Fans. 29-year-old reverend Gilbert Dodd from Boston starts for the one-mile race. Dodd, who is called the "flying priest", immediately gains [...] with big step runs away from his competitors. In two minutes he has covered half a mile. The fans sheer lustily. The last lap. Dodd spurts and sets up a new record with 4 minutes 5/13 seconds for one mile.
04. World Food Crisis
The food situation in Germany is still problem No. 1. This worrying fact often makes people forget that the present food shortage is not only a German situation but a world problem. General Sir Brian Robertson, British Military Governor for Germany, dealt with this subject over the radio.
There are various countries in Europe which can onlyexist through outside help. The calamity in the Far East is even more severe. Especially India and China suffer from serious starvation epidemic[...]s. War and postwar conditions, ruined harvests and diseases have caused these crises and catastrophies.
In spite of war and starvation the population of the world has increased by 130 million people in the last ten years. The international food production however has not kept pace with this development. There is less food to eat and there are more people to eat it.
Even rich producing countries, like America, have to regulate their own consumption in order to help other countries.
The German Western Zones are to-day the second largest importers of food stuffs in the world.
The food crisis continues to be the world problem No. 1.
Persons in the Film
Fehling, Jürgen ; Richter, Hans ; Robertson, Brian ; Sartre, Jean Paul ; Wagoner van, Murray ; Dodd, Gilbert ; Schiffers, Hans ; Schönig
United States ; Munich ; New York ; Hamburg ; Japan ; China ; India ; Australia ; Bremen ; Berlin
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