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Munich, 1946, the new Sanitation Commissioner has to clean up a bombed out city. The workers and the commissioner are suspicious of each other's abilities.
Two sanitation workers talk about the new commissioner. They figure he can give orders, since he commanded a panzer division during the war, but he doesn't know anything about sanitation.
The burgermeister comes in with the commissioner. He sees men that are overweight, out of shape, kids, geriatric. One sanitation man is a small woman. The commissioner expresses his disgust at the people he has to do the job.
The woman jumps to attention and sings the first stanza of the panzer song. The men join in. The song's last bar is sanitation worker specific. The commissioner proclaims the job will be done.
There are pictures of sanitation workers from different times and places as the song is sung in the background.
The film is dedicated to sanitation workers, who have been cleaning up societies' messes for 6,000 years.