Large crowd at a stadium in Stuttgart, Germany. Gymanasts show their skills on bars. Spectators clap for the performances. Gymnasts show skills in Flying Rings event. A flag can be seen. Gymnasts show skills by jumping on trampolines.
Collision between two trains on a same track during the repair work in Germany. The wrecked train cars. A view of the wreckage. A sign board reads 'Stuttgart Waibilngen'. The scattered wreckage where the accident took place. U.S. Army personnel walk in between the wreckage. The personnel cover a coffin. The rescue workers stand in the background. The personnel carry the coffin through the railway tracks. The scattered wreckage.
Normal life of resuming for residents in Stuttgart,Germany at the end of World War 2. in Europe. People enter trolley cars (aka trams or street cars) powered by overhead electric cables, in front of the Stuttgart Königsbau (which later became a pedestrian district). View from inside a moving tram as it traverses a route in the city., first towards the train station and then left past the Gloria passage where you can see bomb-damaged buildings and heaps of debris at sides of the roadway. A large group of people step out from where they had been waiting, and walk beside rubble in a narrow part of one street, to board a waiting street car.
A German film about a Jew named Joseph Suss Oppenheimer. The film is titled "Jud Suss" (Jud Süß). An actor portrays the role of a king in Stuttgart, Germany. A map shows the location of Stuttgart. A picture of a dignitary on a wall. An officer reads out information to the king. The king locks a book. Soldiers stop a crowd on a street. The king goes in a carriage. 1st in a series of clips comprising the film.
A picture of Bernt Leuton, a resident of East Berlin East Germany, who fled to West Berlin West Germany. Border guards at the Communist side of Berlin in East Germany. View of Leuton on August 13, 1961 after being shot by an East German guard, after successfully swimming across the connecting canal. He is hauled out by West German guards. A map of the world. Narrator begins to trace history of Bernt Leuton's shooting by recounting prior events in history of Russia and Soviet Union. View of the Winter Palace of Czar Nicholas II, with the Czar and Czarina Alexandra standing on a balcony. Saint Petersburg, Russia on January 22nd , 1905 : Peasants and workers, with their leader Russian Orthodox Priest, Father Georgi Gapon, gathered outside the palace to deliver a petition to Czar Nicholas II. A number of the people carry banners. A picture of Czar Nicholas II. Reenactment of Czar's armed cossack cavalry dispersing the crowd, The words 'My autocracy will remain unchanged' issued by the Czar to which Father Gapon replies that they "no longer have a Czar." Picture of Father George Gapon. Picture of Vladimir Ilyich Lenin, and moving images of Lenin speaking. The Czar Nicholas II and his wife, escorted by guards, moving on a path during a ceremony. The Czar mounting a horse and the guards saluting him. A picture of the Czar's wife and hemophiliac son. Picture of Russian mystic Grigori Rasputin, whose occult powers were believed to have kept the Czar's son alive.
Hot molten steel in a steel mill in Germany. Hot steel rods in process at the factory. Men work outside welding steel girders and beams to create a large steel frame or building structure. Men stand on the skeletons of buildings. Manufacture and launch of a giant German ship involving steel. Various ships and scaffolding at the shipyard. Tall steel girder bridges in Germany are shown. Various views of the Tagblatt-Turm (Tagblatt Tower) building in Stuttgart Germany just a few years after its completion -- an example of early modernism and in stark contrast to other older buildings in the area. A high rise building seen behind an old stone gate structure in Germany. Buildings and houses in the area.