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A woman walks through the room with two shirts. A woman stands in front of a mirror in a dress that a seamstress is adjusting and pinning. CU, book of fashion. A designer sketches a dress. CU, Singer sewing machine. Camera pans over a city street in Russia, closes in on a sign on a building in Cyrillic.

INT, large group of women sitting around a table. Garments hang and rotate from mirror panels on a wall. CU, high heels as the camera pans up the body of a woman trying on a dress. INTs, women work at sewing machines. CU, fashion magazines. SEQ: Women in fashionable dresses walk down stairs and model for a small group of people. EXT, beauty parlor. INT, room of people being groomed. Wall covered in pictures of Joseph Stalin.

In staff lounge, men play games, look at books, read newspaper. INT, shots through a window of a window washer. EXT, city scenes from a moving tram. EXT, men digging up a road. Cows pass a barn. Young boys put potatoes in a bucket.


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CU, trams drive by, a busy town square. People board and exit a tram. Men read newspaper board. Various shots of little children. Man meticulously shines a woman's shoes. Street scenes. CU, fish in a tank. Rowboat on a river. Men buy beer from a stand in the square. CU, statue of a rearing horse and a man holding the lead. Postmen deliver mail. Storefront of a housewares store. Elaborate Russian Orthodox church. Military vehicle. Construction on buildings. Crowd of people stand outside a storefront waiting for a performance of musical puppets.

Eyeglass shop. Man operates a movie reel projector, children watch and cheer the movie. Boys swim in a pool and cheer each other on. Man sings to a classroom. Man plays piano. Boys play basketball. CUs of Czech language booklets. The Charles Bridge in Prague. Young men learn how to play basketball. Large buildings in Prague.

Men stop and read sign, then enter the building. A group of people in a room sing together and perform hand motions to the song. Camera tracks backwards over Charles Bridge. The Prague Castle. CUs, basketball players. More city scenes of Prague, streets, buildings. A woman pours tea. Boys dive into a pool. CUs, St. Vitus Cathedral and statues on the Charles Bridge. Men ride an open elevator. Girls exercise in a gym.

A young boy points to pictures on the wall. Eating in an apartment. Boys in pool. Shots, street scenes. INTs, men in lounge, talking and reading, CUs pictures on the wall. English intertitles. Film taken prewar. City streets and important buildings in Warsaw. A modern country: pedestrians reading newspapers, posters advertising arts and culture, vendors, trams, tall buildings, man with balloons and schoolchildren, storefronts.

Cherished old quarters of Poland with ornate signs. Marketplaces - women selling flowers. City parks - women with baby carriages, CUs. High-rise apartment buildings and other modern housing structures. Jewish quarter, including arched street made famous by Roman Vishniac, geese transported in a wooden cart, the market in Krakow, Finkelstein shop and its owners, two religious Jews gesticulating in the street, and teenage students.

A zinc refinery - factory and workers, zinc plates created and moved. Private residences in the mountains of Poland - wealthy couple and dog. Peasant workers with dogs and cows. A farm village, horses generate electricity for cutting hay. Peasant family - INTs of home, cooking, eating bread. Woman weaving. Livestock and farmers. CU, village children in school in southeastern Poland, playing ball outdoors, toddlers in kindergarten coloring, with abacus, learning grammar.

Children weaving in the classroom, CUs. Boys engage in wood carving and sculpture in the classroom. Gdynia port with ships docked to export coal and lumber. Loading barges. Lumber yard. Railway, train, train driver. Damaged buildings.


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Good close shots of Poles entering and exiting a Catholic church. The doorway is marked in Polish with "Wejscie do Kosciola"[the entrance to the church].

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Some men in Polish military uniforms. Longer shot of the same area showing the church steeple, patrons, ruined buildings, electronic rail lines above the streets. Reel 3A Cemetery, tombstones. Women placing flowers and candles at graves. MS, cemetery with men, women, and children. Wooden crosses flanked with miniature Polish flags and flowers. Cut to Catholic church in the ruins of Warsaw. MS, Warsaw street scenes in ruins. Reel 3A Animated map. Goats grazing in brick ruins.

Man approaches a gravesite with flowers. LS, overview of massive destruction in the city of Warsaw - bombed buildings. VAR views of schoolchildren walking along the sidewalk and playing at school. Shop amidst ruins pile of bricks. CU, shop sign bookstore. Large building adjacent to new construction. Children walk to school. CU, shoulder patch of a Danish soldier. Reconstruction of Warsaw from a moving vehicle. CU, architectural model of Warsaw. INT, classroom, a priest lectures to boys and girls seated at desks.

AS of vehicular traffic. A man sells wares on the street, a girl buys ice cream. Pan, Warsaw. Polish military teens pass wooden crosses along assembly-line style at a cemetery. Closer shots of bombed buildings. Now in a village, CUs of Polish children - looking at camera, digging in the dirt, and eating dumplings.

Mountain-side views of the town, a man dressed as a bear stands along a sidewalk greeting villagers. High shot of open jeep with people entering a village, boys performing a drill, woman doing laundry in her yard, bucolic mountains, and three pedestrians. Quick shot of "Fryzjer" [barber] sign, followed by ruins of Warsaw, shells of buildings. People look out "window" in shelled building, woman with a water pail, children playing in ruins, geese, Julien Bryan's car, ruins located adjacent to the river, children playing games. Building EXTs with German-language signs iron factory, restaurant, etc.

Three men digging in a pile of bricks. Repeat of earlier two sequences in black and white. August-September Village scenes poor image color and quality in Poland, geese in water, tractor and farming. CU, inscriptions and signs. CUs, posters. In Gdansk Danzig , destroyed buildings, Deutschebank, streets with ruined buildings.

Small church. Julien Bryan with a female interpreter, Christina Cekalska, in front of a sign for the National Theater. Longer view of the group crowding around Bryan and Apolonia in front of their homes in the Polish countryside. Two children on city street walk toward camera. LS, St. Alexander's Church in Warsaw with a crowd at the entrance. JB and Christina look at National Theater posters.

Catholic mass spills onto church steps, closer shots, children, crowd kneels. Bryan with translator shows "Siege" photographs from to more Poles. Tram stop. Market, fruit and vegetable stands, balloons. Pedestrians pass front windows of the hotel.

Cut to another intersection, and then another with people entering a travel agency and CUs of posters of Budapest and an international music festival in the windows. Traffic and pedestrians cross a bridge, Polish flags hang from the posts, homes in BG. View from afar of a train crossing a bridge and the city along the Vistula river. Three nurses look at photos of a bombed hospital from "Siege" book, the shots that follow include Julien Bryan in the frame. LS, MSs of the new city hospital with beds.

Man on crutches. Another view of tram traffic on a bridge and Warsaw. Reel 7A. Colorful flowers. Mother sitting with children on a park bench in Warsaw. New housing in Warsaw. Steel mill. Workers leave mill through gates. Cranes at work, INT coal burning. Jozefa's daughter and grandchildren.

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He gives Apolonia a scarf and fur jacket. Jozefa stands at the doorway of her apartment building while her daughter and grandchildren exit repeated shots. Farmland in Poland. Market, Barbican stairs, crowded square and church. HAS, beach. MS, castle of Polish kings Wawel in Krakow, closer view of tourists.

Visiting Auschwitz concentration camp, visitors walk under "Arbeit Macht Frei" iron gate. LS, amusements along river - children playing. INTs, nursery school, cute toddlers at play. Flower stalls at the outdoor marketplace. Reel 7B. CU, red metal sign for a medical clinic in Warsaw. Series of sequences with Mrs. Waclawa Ladziak, her daughter Janina, her son-in-law Eugeniusz Motyka, and her 3 year old grandson. INTs, apartment, Janina brushes her hair and puts on makeup at a vanity, books arranged for camera, bookshelf, radio. Her husband shaves. CUs, Waclawa with her grandson, looking at a family photo album.

CU, Kazimiera's son Andrew meets his father, a tram driver, on the sidewalk and walks into their home. Janina seen earlier and her husband walk through Warsaw, looking at posters, looking at newspaper article on "Siege" photos from , including the photograph of her as a baby. The family then walks across a bridge recreation of the scene. CU of Jozefa seen earlier , praying in field adjacent to the small church.

JB with Jozefa and the priest, small church in BG. Large group of schoolchildren walk along a road with their teacher. Of this encounter in , JB wrote "he remembered my gray suit. Big building in the city of Warsaw, street cleaning, traffic. Outdoor marketplace, CUs of vegetables. A different shot of school-children crossing the street. Balbina Szymanska mother of the twins killed on September 5, with her husband and children standing on a pile of ruins in Warsaw, some with JB. JB shows a crowd his "Siege" book, next to his automobile.

Good CUs of Poles. Brief shot of Stefan Radlinski in light jacket shaking hands with a Polish civilian. He was JB's interpreter during the siege of Warsaw in Bridges at war - soldiers and tanks, bombings. Repaired bridge in Manila in October Views of damage to buildings in Manila. Children and young people in Manila, food shortages. YMCA services. Baseball game. Damaged Y building. INTs, woman cooking in her home; her family eats. Student accommodations. Vocational training - repairing an automobile. Boxing match. Amateur night musical performance. City scenes, some buildings with damage.

Two men enter the YMCA building. Boys swimming in pool and playing basketball. INTs, guillotine. CU, Miloslav Kohac? He scrubs the floor. Training men with new vocations in a woodshop. Children eating at daycare centers and preschool classrooms. YMCA building, children enter and play games. Adults eating in a cafe. Map animation displaying the locations of damaged YMCAs in need of repairs or young people in need of rehabilitation. Narrator explains the importance of fundraising for the World Youth Fund to help Y staff or others in need in Poland, Philippines, China, Czechoslovakia, and elsewhere, against a landscape of shots of people seen earlier in the film production.

Prague, The classes are co-ed. They are learning English. Scenes of socials, teas, mixers, etc. VS: young men learn to play basketball. A very brief sequence in an unidentified prison in Prague, Czechoslovakia, MS, from low angle. An inmate cleans a tile floor on his hands and knees with a wet rag and a bucket of water as a guard watches over him.

The guard is in the foreground of the shot, and is seen mainly from the waist down, as a coat and a pair of boots in shadow. The inmate is in the background, and his figure is well lit. VS: reconstruction of buildings in Prague. Inside the classroom, English lessons in progress, female teacher. VS: CUs of the students in class and at a social gathering.

MS of a guillotine. The working of the machine is being demonstrated by a Czech prison guard in uniform to two men in civilian dress. The three men discuss the machine at some length, the footage is silent, and there is no record in Julien Bryan's shot lists that indicates why this action was shot, who these men are, and why they are watching this demonstration and discussion. A woman holds the book and turns several pages in the book.

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Prague prison guillotine shadow sequence; CU of a prisoner who scrubs the floor; recital hall in Prague, young men and women are gathered for a performance and social. VS of young boys and girls lining up for tickets, then VS, CUs of them inside a theater, laughing and smiling, watching a film? Stage show? VS, CUs of the children lauging and enjoying themselves during the performance. INT, VS, young men at a large cafeterias style table, eating,drinking and horsing around.

Very lively, footage. Women setting up drinks and sweets for the boys. Music recital, woman plays piano, hand painted sign above stage reads: "E. Grieg , sulla Peer Gint, Trabka G. There is a large microphone at the piano, it looks as if the performance could have been recorded, although this footage is silent, and no known soundtrack exists. Pianist gets up, takes a bow, conductor introduces trumpet player, french horn player, and trombone player. Dushock and Edward H. These credits are followed by more credits for the Far Eastern Expedition crew and the European Expedition crew; END credit runs, then cut to EXT, low angle CU of a cathedral; a shot of man in his prison cell, viewed first through the door's peep hole, and then by opening the cell door entirely, he sits in a chair, arms folded, looking at a wall, then scrubbing the floor.

This series of outtakes features adolescents both male and female in the mountains in France playing volleyball and other sports, dancing, singing and engaging in various outdoor activities at a youth camp. The exact location of this camp in France is not known. In the BG several tents are visible on the hillside. This footage has obviously been staged for the camera. New York Harbor, new arrivals to America. Tracking shot of ship's arrival to NYC.

Refugees and the crew of the ship wave to the camera as they enter the harbor. Folk dancing in Zakopane, Poland, A group of male and female folk dancers perform a series of circle dances in full costume in an open field. It seems to be an exhibition, staged for a small local audience or perhaps simply for Julien Bryan and his camera crew. Bryan did film several circle dances throughout his travels, as a sort of comparative study of folk dances throughout the world.

Windows of houses. Street sign: "Theodor von der Pfordten Str. Train trolley, Germans eating. Castle in mountains, train in FG, river, fast train, mountainside.

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INT, airship. CUs, workers' shoes. Men working. Goldschmidt School. Hebrew on chalkboard.

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Teacher and Jewish girl. Girls in class at desk. Packing book bags. Classroom shots of the Goldschmidt school in Berlin, which was created when Jews were no longer allowed to enroll in public schools. Interiors with students at desks writing and a female teacher. The pupils include Stella Goldschlag, who passed as Aryan during the war and reportedly betrayed Jews in hiding, and Trudi Goldschmidt the blond girl with braids in profile view , the daughter of the school's founder, Dr. Leonore Goldschmidt. Outside the school during recess, students play and move around the yard before returning to the classroom.

Good CUs of teenage boys and girls as they enter the school up the stairs. Inside, Margot Segall, the girl in a plaid dress, approaches the blackboard and conjugates the Hebrew verb "to ask". A male teacher helps her. Zinnowald Schule in Berlin. Girls on bicycles. INT classroom. Art class. CU, girl's drawing. Exterior of large brick building: Pestalozzi Froebel Haus kindergarten in Berlin. Woman walks baby carriage, dog in middle of street, pedestrian.

Dining outside. Nazi flag hangs from building. Waitress with giant bow. Street traffic, buses, trolleys, cars, people. Nazi posters with Hitler. Woolworth windows, storefront. Sequence of four trims: BDM girls running. Girls marching on country road, picking plums. Girls eating, performing skit, writing, eating, marching. Berlin - Kindergarten scenes at the famous and historic Pestalozzi Froebel Haus, part of the Pestalozzi educational movement. Girl with baby doll, kids playing indoors with blocks, stomping down wooden slide.

Nurses change babies, toddlers, beds, eating, washing dishes, cutting apples. Children eating outdoors during celebration, long table, party hats. Nazi flags hang off chairs. Coal mining.

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EXT, glass building. Workers gathered around car. Mining coal, Ford tower in BG. CUs, coal. On river, boats in BG. Coal workers operating pulleys. Signs for gasoline - "Gro Essen" and "Flug Essen. Gas station. Construction, Nazi flags in BG. Driving on Autobahn. Building construction, workers with cart. BDM girls marching street side, women on steps, gardening. Nazi poster. Leica factory. CUs, roof. HAS, market, vegetables, eggs. CUs, peasant woman selling wares, flowers.

Woolworth shop windows. Hitler posters. HJ boys looking at NS propaganda postcards. Mechanics working on engines. Building construction. WS smoke stacks, factory. Airship construction, CUs, worker. Swastika on wing of plane. HAS, planes flying overhead, Nazi party rally, air show, military review with tanks.

Woman selling nuts at market, smiling at camera, pigs, potatoes at market. City street. Civilians reading "Reichsnaehrstand" poster. Painted murals on church. INT, family eating, reading newspaper. Castle in mountains. Men leaning against railing over river.

Crowd getting on ferry. Town streets. Children eating, playing in nursery, celebrating birthday party in yard. HJ boys, motorbike, reading. Hang gliding. Crowd heiling in front of church. He or she must also complete at least six hours of academic credit at a US post-secondary educational institution. The host family is also expected to provide the au pair with private room and board three meals a day and compensation for childcare work.

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The maximum duration of these programs is five years. They will receive pay and benefits proportionate to those offered to their American counterparts. Although they will occasionally be asked to perform non-counseling duties, they cannot serve as staff.

This means that they cannot act as office workers, cooks, or menial laborers such as dishwashers or janitors. Participants can work as counselors for up to four months, and extensions are not allowed. This program allows foreign students to study at American colleges and universities. Students who participate in this program must pursue a full-time course of study and must maintain good academic standing. They might also participate in a student internship program that fulfills educational objectives of their degree programs in their home countries.

Students in this program must be financed by funding from any source other than personal or family, such as directly or indirectly by the US government, their home country government, or an international organization of which the US is a member. Under this program, high school students are able to travel to the US and study at a public or private high school while staying with a host family or at a boarding school.

In order to be eligible, participants must be between the ages of 15 and They must not have completed more than 11 years of primary and secondary school excluding kindergarten , and they must not have previously participated in a secondary school exchange program in the US. Students in this program are not allowed to work part-time or full-time jobs, though they may work the occasional job such as babysitting or yard work. They are not permitted to live with relatives, and they must not stay in the US longer than one academic school year.

Through this program, distinguished international visitors selected by a US federal, state, or local government agency visit the US to develop and strengthen professional and personal relationships with their American counterparts. They are engages in observation tours, discussions, consultations, professional meetings, conferences, workshops, travel, and training. This category is for people-to-people programs meant to develop and strengthen professional and personal relationships between key foreign nationals and Americans and American institutions.

Participants must be a recognized or potential leader in a field of specialized knowledge or skill. They are selected by the US Department of States. This program allows foreign physicians to participate in US graduate medical education programs or training at US medical schools. They must also provide a statement of need from their home government that states that there is a need for persons with the skills the applicant wishes to acquire in their home country.

Also necessary is an agreement or contract from the US medical school, affiliated hospital, or scientific institution at which the participant plans to study, signed by the physician and the official responsible for the training. Non-clinical exchange programs allow foreign national physicians to come to the US for observation, consultation, teaching, or research purposes.

These may be sponsored by a US university or medical center than has been designated by the US Department of State to conduct an exchange visitor program. This program allows participants the opportunity to engage in research, teaching, and lecturing at American schools. The program encourages the exchange of ideas, mutual enrichment, and linkages between research and educational institutions in the US and foreign countries.

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