Conference on rockets at Rechlin Air Station in Germany. View of the paper conference program. Minister of Supply Albert Speer, Professor Tank, Professor Hertel along with other Nazi leaders and dignitaries in a conference hall. Conferees shake hands, smoke and greet each other before Speer's speech begins.
Conference on rockets and advanced aircraft at Rechlin Air Station in Germany. Minister of Supply Albert Speer along with other Nazi leaders and dignitaries enter the conference hall. Conferees give Nazi salute as Albert Speer takes his position. Speech of Albert Speer begins. He shakes hands with dignitaries. German swastika sign on his arm. Close up views of various conference attendees in casual conversation following Speer's speech.
Conference on rocketry and advanced aircraft at Rechlin Air Station in Germany. Nazi leaders and dignitaries enter the dining hall during the break in conference. Conferees dine together as women serve them. Food includes soup, bread, meat, potatoes, vegetables. German swastika signs evident on many uniforms.. Question and answer period follows in the conference hall.
A film titled: 'Operation Titanic' on U.S. shuttle bombing operations over Germany from bases in Great Britain, Italy and Russia during World War II. United States Army Air Force B-17 Flying Fortresses in flight. Several aircraft flying in formation leaving behind smoke trails. German military installations are bombed on June 2, 1944. Aerial view of a target area. Smoke rising up from bombardment. An aircraft crashes. Railroad and marshaling yards are also bombed. United States Army Air Forces B-24 Liberator flying in formation on June 21, 1944. German factories are bombed. The airplanes fly in formation and bomb targets in Berlin. Railroad stations and other targets are also bombed. Several German airplanes are shot down. The B-17s and B-24s bombing the targets. Synthetic oil plants and refineries are bombed at Ruhland Germany, east of Leipzig. Planning for the operation was done on December 7, 1943. A document about the operation is typed. Animated map shows Nazi positions and strategies followed during the operation.
Analysis of the Germany's labor force, military strength and effects of war on manpower. Soldiers march. Men work in factory on equipment and machinery. Women work in factory. A map points Germany, Sudetenland and Austria. Graphs examine labor force by sex, age and military replacement availability; compare the labor force according to sex from 1939-1943; detail the increase of work force through the women part time workers and the veterans. Women weld equipment in a factory. Men do mining work. They work on a field. They also work on the rail road station. Graphs compare the labor force in agriculture, industry, trade services, transport and government.
Adolf Hitler and German officers attend the test flights of new planes in Rechlin, Germany. Hitler, Commander of the Luftwaffe Hermann Goering and other officers get off a train. Officers at the platform greet Hitler and give a Nazi salute. They all move towards cars. The cars are driven off. Hitler waves at the crowd. An engine of a plane. Hitler arrives at Rechlin Airport with officers. A crew member attaches parts of the aircraft. Hitler watches the test flights of German aircraft.