Prizenhof meets (the prize court in session). (1941)

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Director: Viljgeljm Shteppler /Wilhelm Stoppler/

Reel №1


Port, the ship "Hamburg" at the pier.

In the hall of the prize court sessions.

The President opened the meeting and explained the essence of the work of the prize court.

Loads that are banned, not potoplyayutsya, but captured as a prize.

If a neutral or enemy ship is sent to the forbidden cargo in the harbor of the enemy, then, if the ship is not possible to capture it potoplyaetsya.

Submarines, the most terrible weapon in the trade war, the aircraft can also be a success.

All states recognize the international legal provisions on naval warfare, except for England, which only recognizes the power factor


Illustrative examples of the detention of ships, and the confiscation of goods.

Military ship in the sea, the sailors on watch at the helm.

The observer on the mast.

The ship on the horizon.

Descent boats pribytie to-ship cargo ship to the wood.

Verification of documents and departure.

The British ship torpedoes the merchant ship, it explodes and sinks to the bottom.

The ship is in a storm.

Above the water floats seaplane, the shooter fires his machine gun on the ship sits on the water.

German officers are sent to the ship in the boat, check the documents.

Hydroplane flies.

In the meeting room hear the captain

Key words

Germany, port, water trasport, president, Harbor, Gos.akt Germany, Court, transport water, storm, documents, aeronautics, Naval, bombing, military leaders

Reel №2


Another example of detention of ships, checking the goods and documents.

Checking sealed cabin with physical evidence of forbidden things: a gun, a camera.


The vessel is suitable for Gateway Holtenau.

Arrival and departure of ships.

Newspaper "German messenger" prints a message about the prize court.

One of the most active organizers of the international legislation on the trade war in its modern form was the chairman of the Supreme Court of the Hanseatic Zibeking society.

The meeting of the prize court, the presentation of evidence to detain enemy vessel.

Adjourned, the Chairman read out the decision

Key words

Germany, sale, court, water transport, weapons, photos, Gos.akt