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Newsreels: 1930 Events At Home And Abroad
Newsreels 1930 stock footage documents world events, politics and war as well as sports, fashion and entertainment for the year of 1930. Our Public Domain Stock Footage newsreels cover every major world event, the not so major events, strides in technology, the lives of public figures, fads and trends. Newsreels 1930 is an incredibly rich resource of visual history that tells the story of the year 1930.
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NEWSREEL HIGHLIGHTS OF 1930 (UE30061)

RECORD BROKEN IN MARATHON SWIM AROUND MANHATTAN
NEW YORK, N.Y. – Swimmers grease their bodies to keep from getting chilled in the long race in cold water. Contestants are fed from boats which follow along beside them. Sam Shields, of Miami, wins in the record time of 8 hours, 35 minutes

POLICE BEGIN WAR TO OUST “BUM’S VILLAGE” NEAR HEART OF CITY
CHICAGO, ILL. – Officials claim that ninety per cent of the hoboes, vagabonds and jackrollers who camp on a tract of ground rejected by the government as a Post Office site are from other towns and have taken measures to drive them out.

HIGH SOCIETY ACTS AS STYLE SHOW MODELS IN BIG CHARITY AFFAIR
EASTHAMPTON, N.Y. – Debutantes and matrons step right out of the social register into a promenade of Fall and Winter fashions with tea gowns and lounging pajamas. Multi-colored booths, tents and umbrella tea tables intrigue visitors. Big sum earned for fund.

USE FLOATING ISLAND AS LANDING FIELD FOR PASSENGER PLANES
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. – Amphibian air craft swoop down and then taxi to the float, climbing right out of the water onto it by their own power. “The Button,” as it is called, is 500 feet wide and is moored by anchors and heavy cables.

NEWS PARAGRAPHS
NEW YORK, N.Y. – Ring for messengerette! Flapper wire-deliverers get try-out in newest field for fair sex.

LONDON, ENGLAND – House three feet thick! Erect false residence front to hide unpopular subway tunnel.

NEW YORK, N.Y. – Class in glass millinery! Blonde beauty uses transparent chapeau to display golden tresses.

COLWYN BAY, ENGLAND – Aerialists defy death! Dizzy stunts feature act staged 100 feet in air.

SALOON WAITERS GET HOT FEET AND HOLD ANNUAL TRAY RACE
ROME, ITALY – Youngest bar boys chase around the Coliseum with bottles and set of glasses in two kilometer run. Chewing gum trick to keep his wares from slipping fails because of waiter’s flat feet.

ELITE OF CHINATOWN COMPETE IN FIRST ORIENTAL BABY SHOW
PORTLAND, ORE. – Prizes are awarded to the most beautiful child, the ugliest and the healthiest, as well as to the finest pair of twins. Some of the costumes cost as much as $800.

COWBOY CABALLEROS THRILL THOUSANDS IN FRONTIER DAYS MEET
CHEYENNE, WYO. – One of the features is the fastest light artillery drill in the world held by Captain Chaddock’s famous battery from Ft. Francis Warren. Broncho busting, bull-dogging and wild horse race greeted with cheers by spectators.
NEWSREEL HIGHLIGHTS OF 1930 (UE30062)

LAND RUSS PULPWOOD AS U.S. BANS FURTHER CONVICT-MADE GOODS
NEW YORK, N.Y. - Thirty-two other ships on way here face embargo – Amtorg to protest. The first actual blow struck at admission of Soviet products with the holding up of the two vessels at the Port of New York.

FIFTY BOYS GATHER TO COMPETE FOR 1930 EDISON SCHOLARSHIP
WEST ORANGE, N.J. – Contestants first had to beat 10,000 other youths in competition. Winner of second annual contest to receive free technical education at the expense of electrical wizard.

FISHERMEN OARSMEN BEST RIVAL CREWS IN WHALEBOAT CONTEST
NEW BEDFORD, MASS. – Policemen start out in front and hold lead until the Fairhaven harpooners finally pull ahead to victory by four lengths. Coast Guard from Woodshole Base and crack rowers from the U.S.S. Whitney also ran.

HINDENBURG VISITS EVACUATED REGIONS AMID WILD ACCLAIM
RHINELAND, GERMANY – President makes triumphal tour of the district at the end of a long era of foreign occupation. Greeted by cheers of great crowds at Worms, Mainz and Coblenz, once held by Americans.

NEWS PARAGRAPHS
NEWARK, N.J. – Convict ship “Success” arrives! Re-enact old prison scenes in famous British felon vessel.

CHICAGO, IL. – Dare death 600 feet in air! Workers on new Lindbergh Beacon nonchalant amid perilous tasks.

PORTSMOUTH, ENG. – Shamrock V. sails! Lipton’s newest challenger for the America Cup starts ocean trip under own sail.

LONG BEACH, CAL. – Fire consumes noted landmark! Pirate Galleon, used as dance hall, destroyed; all aboard saved.

MARINE, AT 5-1, WINS BY A HEAD IN BRILLIANT OPENING HANDICAP
SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. – Four year old son of Man o’War surprises crowd by coming under the wire ahead of Curate, the favorite, of the Joseph E. Widener stables. Gets the $7,400, purse for the Mount Royal colors.

DIVERS SEEK VICTIMS DROWNED IN BRIDGE COLLAPSE TRAGEDY
COBLENZ, GERMANY – Thousands along the banks of the Moselle River watch search in hope of finding the bodies of their relatives or friends.

NEW RECORD SET AS BLIMP LANDS ABOARD OCEAN LINER AT SEA
QUARANTINE, N.Y. – First landing ever made by Zeppelin type of air craft on a trans-Atlantic ship when the Mayflower descends and makes contact with the Bremen.
NEWSREEL HIGHLIGHTS OF 1930 (UE30063)

R-100 WINS DIRIGIBLE RECORD AFTER ROUGH TRIP IN 78 HRS., 49 MINS.
MONTREAL, CAN. – Storm tossed airship arrives after buckling high winds and is moored in twenty-six minutes. Thousands sleep in autos all night awaiting arrival of big British craft. Commander G.H. Scott and staff welcomed by Mayor Haude and government officials.

THE DEN WINS SINGLES AGAINST BOROTRA
Marks temporary triumph of American…

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. – The Ray Roberts, eighty-foot smuggling boat… the dock by the U.S.S. Morris, laden with choice whiskeys… goods from Canada are loaded on trucks and taken to the Customs House.

ARMY IN QUAKE ZONE; SEEK BODIES BURIED IN TEMBLOR DISASTER
MELFI, ITALY – Soldiers excavate in lava and asked to find bodies in catastrophe that cost nearly 2,000 lives, injured more than 5,000 and left other thousands homeless. Weeping kin watch devastated area for their loved ones.

NEWS PARAGRAPHS
CURTISS FIELD, N.Y. – Hawks christens “mystery ship”. Flier tries bullet plane before attempting transcontinental record trip.

LLEWELLYN PARK, N.J. – Arthur O. Williams Jr. wins Edison Scholarship. Rhode Island boy averages 91.1 in difficult examination.

RAPIDAN, VA. – The President receives! Mr. and Mrs. Hoover keep cool at their fishing retreat in the Blue Ridge Mountains.

CHICAGO, ILL. – Girls prove best sandpatters! Defeat boys to capture playground architectural contest.

OLD LADIES SHORT, YOUNG LADIES LONG, NEW FALL COIFFURES
NEW YORK, N.Y. – Martin, the Hairdressing expert, demonstrates the proper styles for the coming season. Shows how the “girls” of 16 to 60 should wear ‘em. Sophisticates must wear ‘em straight, is the decree.

“BLACK BILLY SUNDAY” CONVERTS 70 NEGROES IN ANNUAL BAPTISM
NEWPORT NEWS, VA. – Rapid fire evangelist, after bringing crowds to the “Mourners’ Bench,” takes them out and dips them in the water to make sure of their salvation.

MASSED NAVY FLIERS HONOR OFFICIALS IN FINAL PLANE REVIEW
SAN DIEGO, CAL. – One hundred and thirty-two air craft pass in different mass formations before Admiral Reevus, in charge of the Pacific Air Squadron, and his staff.
NEWSREEL HIGHLIGHTS OF 1930 (UE30064)

SELECT NEW ORLEANS GIRL AT PAGEANT TO BE “MISS UNIVERSE”
GALVESTON, TEX. – Dorothy Dell Goff, seventeen year old high school student, first is crowned as “Miss United States” and then is chosen as the most beautiful girl in the world by the International contest judges.

PREPARE FOR POLAR DASH UNDERSEA IN $1-A-YEAR SUBMARINE
PHILADELPHIA, PA. – Sir Hubert Wilkins hopes to reach the extreme Northland by plowing his way under the ice floes and bergs. Boat has cruising radius of 7,000 miles.

EX-CROWN PRINCE SPONSORS FLIGHT OF HELICOPTER PLANE
BERLIN, GERMANY – Kaiser’s son now taking an interest in aviation. Thousands watch new air craft in trial stunts.

MRS. HOOVER NAMES FIRST UNIT OF NEW MERCHANT MARINE
CAMDEN, N.J. – First Lady christens the Excalibur with a bottle of pure mountain spring water. Ceremony held as an augury of the renaissance of American shipping.

NEWS PARAGRAPHS
PLYMOUTH, MASS. – Children fight forest fire! Youngsters battle fierce blaze which guts 40-mile area and dooms summer camps.

YARMOUTH, ENG. – Women workers men fishing factory! Females preferred in bloater-packing plant.

MARLBORO, MASS. – Shoot the chutes to safety! Hospital installs novel escape way for helpless patients.

CHICAGO, ILL. – Blindfold barbers in shave race! Prize tonsorialist cops by a hair in 1:45 minutes.

GRADUATES OF POLICE SCHOOL WIN ACCLAIM IN PRECISION DRILL
LONDON, ENG. – Students show how well they have been trained by their instructors. Go through gymnastic stunts in perfect unison.

SHE’D RATHER FLIRT WITH DEATH THAN WITH MERE MAN
PARIS, FRANCE – Mile. Andree Peyre, a petite flapper from gay Paree, powders her nose and wafts kisses to the crowds while sitting on the wing of an airplane as it loops the loop.

LAST OF 105,896 WIRES LAID AS HUGE BRIDGE NEARS COMPLETION
FORT LEE, N.J. – Boys kiss their jobs good-bye as the spinning wheel, draped in flags, carries its last metal thread for the final cable. Span across the Hudson is built like a sky-scraper.

HARRIMAN STAKE WON BY BRONX IN OPENING OF TROTTER MEETING
GOSHEN, N.Y. – Kinsella gelding annexes the free-for-all as the Orange County races start. Spectacular finish and fast time marks event.
NEWSREEL HIGHLIGHTS OF 1930 (UE30065)

LINDBERGHS, ON TRIP TO TEST NEW PLANE, LEAVE JUNIOR HOME
HICKSVILLE, N.Y. – Lone Eagle inspects big ship before take-off. Mrs. Lindbergh’s first air journey since birth of son.

ALL-GIRL TEAMS IN SLUG-FEST AS NILES BEATS OAKLAND 27-4
OAKLAND, CAL. – Baby Ruths frolic on the diamond! Niles beats Oakland 27-4 as flapper ball players swat old horse hide.

RUSH CONSTRUCTION ON FIRST ELEVATED AUTOMOBILE HIGHWAY
NEW YORK, N.Y. – First section of new $14,000,000 west side el roadway expected to be ready in October. Steel highway a product of twentieth century.

OLD AIKEN POLOISTS BEAT AUSTRALIAN FAMILY TEAM, 11-6
WESTBURY, N.Y. – Fast American horseflesh defeats British pluck! Team comprising four brothers lose out in grueling contest.

NEWS PARAGRAPHS
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. – Electric-rays for dog patients! Hospital treats ailing canines with newest healing devices.

GRASS LAKE, ILL. – Take steps to protect only field of biblical flowers in the world outside of Egypt.

WASHINGTON, D.C. – President is 56! Boy scouts present Mr. Hoover with hand carved buffalo horn trumpet.

CHALFONT, PA. – Female “firemen”. Smoke-eater-ettes roll hose and otherwise do their stuff to protect home town.

NEW AIRMAIL PICK-UP SURPRISES OFFICIALS IN SUCCESSFUL TESTS
MITCHELL FIELD, N.Y. – Roger Wolfe Kahn demonstrates new Cabot device for Postal officials who required 75 out of 100 perfect pick-ups.

LUMBERJACK “ROLLEO” KINGS VIE IN LOGGERS’ WATER SPORTS MEET
LONGVIEW, WASH. – “Block rolling” too is excitingly pictures in timbermen’s battle against wet odds.

CROWDS THRILLED BY PERFECT DIVES AS WOMEN STARS CLASH
BRIARCLIFF MANOR, N.Y. – Helen and Frances Meany and Georgia Coleman practice for the coming Olympics. Demonstrate championship diving form with almost incredible beauty at Briarcliff Lodge trials.
NEWSREEL HIGHLIGHTS OF 1930 (UE30066)

HAWKS BEAT LINDY WEST-EAST FLIGHT MARK BY 2 ? HOURS
VALLEY STREAM, N.Y. – Crowds rush plane at Curtiss Airport as aviator completes 2,500 mile flight from Los Angeles at an average speed of 215 miles per hour, clipping 2 ? hours from record.

THRONGS CELEBRATE 2497TH ANNIVERSARY OF BIRTH OF BUDDAH
TOKYO, JAPAN – Devotees in solemn procession honor nativity of smiling god. One hundred priests conduct rites.

SHAMROCK V. ARRIVES AFTER 26-DAY TRIP UNDER OWN CANVAS
NEW LONDON, CONN. – Thousand-throated welcome greets crew of Lipton’s British challenger as racing craft skims harbor waves under full sail with sailormen swarming the decks.

MUSSOLINI HONORS ROYAL CARBINEERS IN CENTENARY REVIEW
ROME, ITALY – High ranking statesmen and generals join the Duce in saluting “The Faithful Ones,” so called because this gay plumed corps is considered one of the finest in the Italian Army.

ODDITIES IN TODAY’S NEWS
FITCHBURG, MASS. – “Whoopee Wheels” newest craze! Homemade contraptions threaten inroads on midget golf epidemic.

FRANKFORT, GERMANY – Expert paddler in aquatic acrobatics as feature of annual inner-city race.

BROOKLANDS, ENGLAND – Ancient autos in speed battle. One lung relics churn track in mad pace of 8 miles per hour.

BOSTON, MASS. – University goes a riding. Omnibus College perambulates for students seeking higher education for a field.

ENDURANCE FLIGHT RECORD SMASHED BY O’BRINE AND JACKSON
ST. LOUIS, MO. – Rain drenched crowd sends up ovation to long time cloud men when Hunter brothers’ record falls. Wives pack dinner pails for fliers as “Greater St. Louis” circles over field in 555th hour.

17 SAVED IN FACTORY BLAZE AS FIREMEN FIGHT POISON FUMES
BROOKLYN, N.Y. – “Smoke eaters” work in haze of deadly sulphur gas to rescue workers. Fireboats called out to help combat treacherous blaze.

FETE MARKS NATION’S BIRTH OF FREEDOM FROM DUTCH IN 1830
BRUSSELS, BELGIUM – Procession that recalls the middle ages celebrates 100 years of independence. Throngs cheer historic floats passing in review before royal retinue on palace balcony.

HUNDREDS COMPETE IN INTERNATIONAL AERO-WHEEL TOURNEY
BAD-KISSINGEN, GERMANY – Steel circles with human spokes execute queer convolutions as big turnout cheers gymnasts in odd sports meet.
NEWSREEL HIGHLIGHTS OF 1930 (UE30067)

GOLD CUP WON BY HOTSY TOTSY AT PACE OF 52 MILES AN HOUR
RED BANK, N.J. – Speedy craft churns through seas at a terrific clip to out distance six rivals. The Imp, defending champion, is forced out by engine trouble.

YOUNG REDS ABANDON CAMP UPON ARREST OF GIRL FLAG REVILERS
VAN ETTEN, N.Y. – International Workers Relief Camp stormed by angry mobs who threaten to attack them.

MOWING RIVALS VIE IN CONTEST SPONSORED BY STATE UNIVERSITY
DURHAM, N.H. – Scythes swoop steadily in University of New Hampshire Mowing Race. Lone woman makes sturdy showing against 12 male rivals.

EMPEROR HIROHITO REVIEWS RESERVISTS IN ANNUAL CEREMONY
SHIZUOKA, JAPAN – Nippon ruler, who is seldom seen in public, attends military parade and crowds bow in reverence before him.

NEWS PARAGRAPHS
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Congress decorates Lindbergh! President presents medal in recognition of flyer’s many noted achievements.

VIENNA, AUSTRIA – Invent odd gymnastic device! Strange exercising doohickey rivals perpetual motion.

FULTON, N.Y. – The latest in jobs for women! Ice-delivering no longer exclusively for mere man.

VENICE, CAL. – Auto demons break records! Monkey drivers compete in speed classic replete with thrills, spills and chills.

DOT DICKINSON WINS 2-MILE SWIM IN NEW TIME, 55 MINS. 16 1/2/ SECS.
VENTNOR, N.J. – Record holder hard pressed to win in grueling finish with 14 year old Flo Ferguson right on her heels.

UNEMPLOYED STORM CITY BUREAU AS 5,000 BATTLE FOR 100 JOBS
NEW YORK, N.Y. – Milling crowds invade office as desperate men and women fight in wild struggle to obtain employment.

JIM DANDY, 100 TO 1 BEATS GALLANT FOX; WHICHONE IS THIRD
SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. – Dark horse from California scores startling upset in The Travers! Jockey Frank Baker boots home rank outsider six lengths ahead of heavily backed favorites.
NEWSREEL HIGHLIGHTS OF 1930 (UE30068)

JUNIOR ACES VIE IN HORSEHOE PITCHING CHAMPIONSHIP FINALS
JONES BEACH, N.Y. – Youngsters all under 15 years of age demonstrate their skill in tossing “Ringers” and in hitting that “Old Spike” with startling regularity.

DOUBLE TIME REVIEW FEATURES ASSEMBLY OF CRACK VETERANS
CONTOCELLE, ITALY – Mussolini’s men plunge through intricate maneuvers at top speed. Artillery sweeps over rough terrain at break-neck pace.

MIDDIE GRIDDERS IN EARLY PRACTICE FOR NEW PIGSKIN SEASON
ANNAPOLIS, MD. – 280 football chasers wreak vengeance on the tackling dummy. Listen to instructions and then cavort through formations in whirlwind fashion.

PHILANTHROPISTS AID AILING PETS IN GREAT HOSPITAL PROJECT
NEW YORK, N.Y. – Speyer Hospital employs the latest scientific equipment solely for the purpose of treating sick animals at the rate of 17,000 a year.

NEWS PARAGRAPHS
MAMARONECK, N.Y. – Build wingless plane! Secret rotor aircraft seen for first time on floating factory.

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. – Flaming oil imperils waterfront! 5 dead, 2 injured, after explosion aboard tanker “Brilliant.”

MINEOLA, N.Y. – Navy mystery plane in sensational test! Rebuilt monoplane attains 300-mile speed in Air Races trials.

YORK, PA. – Firemen teams in hose battle! Smoke eaters compete for aquatic tug-of-war crown.

MINIATURE FIGURES OF SPORT STARTS IS NEWEST MODEL FAD
BROOKLYN, N.Y. – In the little village of Salzburg, Germany, an entire family worked six months carving, sewing and painting these statuettes of world famous sport stars.

NATION CELEBRATES 11TH ANNIVERSARY OF CONSTITUTION DAY
BERLIN, GERMANY – President Von Hindenberg is surrounded by thousands of children during stirring pageant commemorating the founding of the German Republic.

DOCKMEN INAUGURATE PRIZE RING RULES TO DECIDE PRIVATE ROWS
BROOKLYN, N.Y. – Wild-swinging ship-workers settle grievances with solid fists. Weekly ring battles decide grudge differences.
NEWSREEL HIGHLIGHTS OF 1930 (UE30069)

BETTY NUTHALL WINS U.S. TENNIS CROWN IN ONE-SIDED MATCH
FOREST HILLS, N.Y. – English girl beats Mrs. Lawrence A. Harper the runner-up in the title battle and the woman’s cup goes abroad for the first time in history.

SCHOOL AUTHORITIES BEGIN HYGIENE DRILLS IN NEW HEALTH DRIVE
TOKYO, JAPAN – With the mercury hovering around a hundred, the children are taken to watering resorts for a dip in the brine. The Nipponese believe in wholesome outdoor exercises for pupils.

WEDDING CEREMONY PERFORMED IN PLANE HIGH OVER CATHEDRAL
BERLIN, GERMANY – Couple are married in aircraft while flying at top speed over the city, believing that marriage in the sky is more binding than one on earth.

GIANTS PARADE TO CELEBRATE ANNUAL MID-SUMMER REVELS
BRUSSELS, BELGIUM – Grotesque figures, twenty-five feet tall, caper through the city streets, while great crowds of people march along beside them in holiday festivities.

NEWS PARAGRAPHS
MINEOLA, N.Y. – Boy flier breaks coast-to-coast junior record! 18-year-old Edw. Schneider sets new mark of 63 hours.

ALIQUIPPA, PA. – Granny pilots trolley! Mrs. Grace Gross, mother of 8 children, does a man’s job with nary an accident.

ROOSEVELT, TEXAS – Shearers adopt sartorial novelty! Overgoats for coats, -er- overcoats for goats protect newly-shorn angoras.

CRYSTAL BEACH, ONT., CANADA – Crowds attend daddy of roller coaters! World’s biggest hair-raiser gives world’s biggest thrill.

FINISH $6,000,000 SPAN LINKING NEW ENGLAND DIRECTLY WITH WEST
POUGHKEEPSIE, N.Y. – Fifty thousand attend celebration marking the opening of mid-Hudson bridge. Monster parades start the traffic over the mile-long structure.

FURIOUS SEAS POUND COAST IN WILD STORM FOLLOWING DROUGHT
BALD HEAD CLIFFS, ME. – Deluge floods New England after a long period with no rain. Atlantic Ocean also kicks up a terrific gale.

GREAT SKY REVIEW FEATURES OPENING OF NATIONAL AIR RACES
CHICAGO, ILL. – Most varied and spectacular program of flying ever seen in this country. Crack fighting groups of the army and navy, and visitors from Europe, vie in speed and stunt performances.
NEWSREEL HIGHLIGHTS OF 1930 (UE30070)

NATION HAILS GERMAN ACES ON COMPLETIION OF EPOCHAL FLIGHT
NEW YORK, N.Y. – Captain Wolfgang von Gronau sets his sea plane down safely in the crowded traffic of the harbor after finishing trip from Germany to the United States, fulfilling an ambition of years.

LAKEWOOD CHILD WINS TITLE FOR 3RD TIME IN 39TH BABY PARADE
ASBURY PARK, N.J. – From all the fat babies, blond babies, dark babies, laughing babies and cross ones, 1,009 strong, in the annual contest, six year old Gloria Matthews again captures name of Little Miss America.

MARVIN NELSON WINS ONTARIO MARATHON SWIM – AND $10,000
TORONTO, CANADA – Bronzed young Hercules from Fort Dodge, Iowa, completes fifteen-mile course in seven hours and forty-three minutes, a new world’s record for professional championship.

NEWS PARAGRAPHS
DEL MONTE, CAL. – “Elegant Eighties” revived! Society fetes 50th anniversary of noted hotel.

NEWPORT, R.I. – Shamrock V. makes debut! Lipton challenger has brief try-out under new racing canvas.

REVAL, ESTHONIA – National rulers meet! President Moscicki of Poland is received by Head of State Strandmann on first visit of new republic.

BROOKLYN, N.Y. – U.S.S. Wyoming takes last cruise. Old battleship to be scrapped under terms of Naval Pact.

2 DIE IN PLANE CRASH NEAR SPECTATORS AT NATIONAL AIR RACES
CHICAGO, ILL. – Lieutenant jack P. DeShazo, naval pilot, is instantly killed when his machine plunges to the ground after being caught in propeller backwash at the finish of fifty-mile speed contest.

COAST GUARD SEIZES CREW OF 10 BRITONS AND $200,000 RUM CARGO
NEW YORK, N.Y. – The liquor-runner Nova V. is captured by U.S. Revenue cutter and hauled to the barge office where barrels of original Sheriff’s Malt and bags of William Penn were confiscated and the men held.

HUNDREDS HOMELESS AS CLOUDBURST HITS FAMED EUROPEAN SPA
REICHENHALL, GERMANY – Buildings destroyed and flooded with mud and rock washed into the streets by a wall of water. Many lives imperiled.

DARING DRIVERS DEFY DEATH IN THRILLING ALPINE AUTO CLASSIC
KLAUSENPASS, SWITZERLAND – Best European automobilists enter mountain race. Risk necks around steep curves at speed of 72 kilometers an hour. France wins with Germany second.
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