The reconstruction of Warsaw's water treatment plants, setting the pumps into operation, the first clean water.
|00:00:01:06||The ruins of the water treatment plant.|
|00:00:11:09||Workers clearing the rubble.|
|00:00:21:09||Bricklayers at work.|
|00:00:31:15||A worker hangs Warsaw’s coat of arms to the front of the building.|
|00:00:34:06||Workers fixing the destroyed pumps.|
|00:00:45:14||A worker sets the pumps into operation.|
|00:00:57:12||A worker opens a valve of the water supply.|
|00:01:03:03||People queuing for water from the street water pipe.|
|00:01:05:06||A girl pouring water from the municipal water pipe into a bucket.|
|00:01:06:20||The faces of the workers who have put the municipal water works back into operation.|
This is what the water treament plants looked like after the routing of the Germans from the capital. Everything had to be rebuilt from scratch, from removing the rubble to putting up a new building for the pump station. The first pump starts. Water! In the dying arteries of the city new life appears. Thank these people. They have stopped Warsaw’s thirst. Their names will be immortalized in bronze on an honor roll to the rebuilders of the capital.