Welt im Film 166/1948 30.07.1948


01 streiflichter from Germany a. Lübeck: Marienkirche swivel via Lübeck, total. Pan across the damaged Church. Damaged Foundation. Pillar is crumbling down. Collection for relief fund for reconstruction. The Holstentor of Lübeck.
(28 m) Munich: trade unionists against black market young people come from Union House. Black market. Young people affix posters. Death of the currency and distribute handouts. Violent confrontation with black merchants who clear the field.
(25 m) 02 Japan: earthquake destroyed five cities aerial photographs of the destruction on the island Hondo. Destroyed houses in the city of Fukui. Recovery of victims. Wounded on cars. Homeless people are looking in tatters.
(30 m) 03 pictures from all over the world a. Austria: combating plant pests with DDT DDT filled bomb exploded and scattered DDT. Bombs on potato field Colorado potato beetle destroy DDT. DDT on crops.
(25 m) b. United States: inflatable rescue boat inflatable boat automatically inflates. Boat is carried to the water. Two outboard engines. Inflatable boat during test drive on Lake Michigan.
(27 m) c. Australia: Kangaroo kangaroos run and jump over fences.
(17 m) 04 Munster camp: the last returning from England returnees get off train. Go with cardboard boxes in the warehouse. Exhibition of ingestions. Returnees in barracks. Returnees climb truck and drive out of camp.
(25 m) 5th Berlin responds aircraft on the Rhine Main airport. Bags are loaded. Plane taking off. Newspaper page tägliche Rundschau - "Soviet Union acquires the whole Berlin's population". Various newspaper clippings. "Unprecedented generosity and humanity". City map of Berlin with zones. Aircraft in RAF Gatow. Transport of residents of the Western sectors of Berlin in return. People get on plane. Arrival of the heads of the Royal Air Force, Air Marshal Tedder in Berlin, half-close. English pilot receives bouquet and kisses from Berlin. Children play in the Olympic Stadium in the district and in the sand. Children at the lunch. Meeting on the Rudolf Wilde Platz. People, screen-filling. There are Professor Edwin Redslob, o-ton: "it's about freedom, personal freedom. "It comes to the fate of our city, which we love because it is claimed despite all the many forms, the real and the spiritual light lock, prepared us, our answer is: Berlin remains bright." It speaks of author Gerd Theunyssen, o-ton: "our opponents have unmasked as enemies and enemies will remain as long as they justify the rape of the body, mind and soul with a socialism, which is a travesty. Down with the people's democracy, long live democracy." Several speakers; Hans Söhnker, Otto Stolz, spokesman of the free Berlin students, Hertha von Gebhardt, writer, Heinrich count Luckner, painter, Walter Karsch, Editor, Victor de Kowa, Günther Birkenfeldt, writer, Reinhardt Hildebrandt, representative of the German resistance movement. Speaker, quote: "I am happy to hear that the gehuldigte Luise Schröder over there is in the Department of Professor Redslob on the corner as a bystander. Now, I ask my most revered, lifts her in the middle of the street corner over a lane for Luise Schröder." Luise Schröder walks through the crowd. Luise Schröder speaks, o-ton: "my dear Berlin and Berliners. How rarely a city and rarely a popular Berlin history, today sits in the emergency. "I thank you, my dear Berlin and Berliners, that you accept everything that is imposed in recent weeks about you in consciousness: fighting for Germany Berlin, Germany does not leave Berlin and Berlin and Germany's democracy fighting for the world."
(184 m)


Persons in the Film

Birkenfeldt, Günther ; Gebhardt von, Hertha ; Hildebrandt, Reinhardt ; Karsch, Walter ; Kowa de, Victor ; Luckner, Heinrich ; Redslob, Edwin ; Söhnker, Hans ; Schröder, Luise ; Stolz, Otto ; Tedder ; Theunyssen, Gerd


Lübeck ; Berlin ; Munster storage ; Munich ; Japan ; Austria ; United States


Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Narcotics, drugs ; Returnees, evacuees, Outlander ; Disasters ; Children ; News, communications ; Pests and pest control ; Shipping ; Cities ; Animals (except dogs) ; Buildings ; War, prisoners of war ; Kissing, kissing scenes ; maps ; Transport: motor vehicles ; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen ; aerial photographs ; Construction ; Anniversaries, Jubilees, birthdays ; Trade unions ; Berlin blockade ; aftermath of war


Newsreel (G)



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