UFA-Wochenschau 179/1959 29.12.1959
Artwork to look through a whole year and still A lot more - to see born - ordered to look. Fashion show. Modern artists. Mobile. Dog climb head. Stork's nest. People raise their glasses. Wedding Prince Albert of Belgium and Princess Paola. Wedding of the Japanese Crown Prince Akihito. Wedding on the high wire. Sign on door no. schlafzone: chimpanzee baby drinking from bottle. Atom - protective clothing. Beauty mask. Monkey laust human hair. Model head stylist takes shape. Big eaters. Thicker is massaged. Beauty massage. Man sits in front of waterfall and can spray up. Young woman lies on the beach. Newspaper headline: Heat topic no. 1 crevasses broken up. Grapes. Dress up soldiers with large hat. Carnival with effervescent fire dragon. Carnival wagon with bosom Lady Bonn-Berlin. Pamplona bulls. Car traffic. Baby swing. Sword dance, Castro speech, Negro dance, police and protesters fighting. Aries-head collisions. Cock fight. Boxing Scholz - Müller: Artist with dog. Space image. Teeth rattling. Women high jump. Woman jumps into water in Rod jumping. Rock n ´ ´ roll. Racing car overturns. Carousel ride. Air cushion glider, shot putter and discus thrower. Peter Kraus movements while singing: O: "This is the rhythm of our time". Fans. Presented flowers.
(79 m) 01. The old and the new Federal President Theodor Heuss Bobble with Heinrich Lübke with SAH cap on ship. Heuss on vacation while painting the Acropolis. Heuss is connected Sheriff star. Heuss awarded honorary doctorate. Hat sucker drops him in the face. Heuss and Elizabeth II Heuss to the 80th birthday of Otto Hahn interview: "... where I Otto Hahn almost a kiss would have been. This was not just a place where older men meet in unexpected intimacies in 1950 in Cologne after Weizsaecker lecture in a hotel lobby, as you understand. Hahn-confessed: I'm only upper secondary school... But the fatherland can not enough get such men as you, dear valve in upper secondary school of these educational institutions." Heuss kisses cock: Heuss' farewell speech to the German athletes interview: "when I became President, my wife, who was a wise woman, told me: you will have to fight a bitter battle against the just in the year 48/49 found hit"the Theodor stands in the soccer goal"." I told her: love Elly, don't worry, so I'm ready. The others have then unfortunately meant he stand in the Federal goal - so well, I got maybe also in the German goal. I've been though but at least a reasonably skilled gatekeepers to some not trained in those 10 years." Bundestag. The MEPs rise. Eugen Gerstenmaier actuality: "Theodor Heuss is to the fatherland earned made." His successor, Dr. Heinrich Lübke
(72 m) 02. The war of nerves to Berlin watchtower. Barbed wire. The Brandenburg Gate. Stalin Allee. Khrushchev in East Berlin actuality (translator): "in Berlin an order must be created that meets the requirements of peace, the peace efforts of the Berliners and Berlin. Dear comrades, we have presented our proposals. We wait for the response." Willy Brandt in rally o-ton: "the day will come when the Brandenburg Gate No more lies on the border. Open the door! Puts an end to the unnatural division!" Memorial Church. Traffic COP controls the traffic. Pedestrian. Cars. Warning leave Hansa district, border sign West Berlin now. Zone boundary by water flow. Debris. Workers defense troops during exercise. Reichstag. Fashion doll in a shop window. Monument for workers. Eastern buildings. Move beyond measure. Ernst Reuter interview: "You peoples of the world, are you looking at peoples in America, in England, in France, on this city and recognizes that you may not disclose this city and this people, can not disclose." Sundial in Geneva. Conference of Foreign Ministers. East troops parading. Visit Nixon in Moscow. Embrace Khrushchev with Ulbricht, with Grotewohl, with Gomułka, kisses... Kisses... Kisses. Khrushchev goes up with bouquet aircraft stairs.
(89 m) 3rd visit Khrushchev in the United States talks Khrushchev with Eisenhower. Khrushchev in agriculture exhibition, in Hollywood. Protesters against the visit with posters.
(20 m) 04 peace travel Eisenhower Eisenhower in Rome, Vatican, Pakistan, India. Jubilation.
(26 m) 05. The Red expansion in Asia refugees from Tibet. Escape of the Dalai Lama. Laos: Communist attacks. Fighting on the border. India: Demonstration against invaders from Red China. China: Mao Tse Tung decreases parade. Chinese people in Beijing. Children. Beijing cityscape. Building. Mass work and production. Children in school. Soldiers.
(55 m) 06. The push to the stars slums. Crying children. Space monkey in training. NASA. Missile launch. Outer space dog. Zero-gravity experiments with people. People faces, big, serious and concerned. Two old people going on the road. "The moon has risen, the golden stars shine gloriously in the sky, bright and clear. The forest is black and silent, and from the meadows of white mist rises beautifully." Moon sky space pilot, rocket. Cape Canaveral. Rocket launchings. Mushroom cloud, air wing. "How is the world to silence and at dusk so quietly and so hold, we weave silence air threads and are looking for many arts and progress from the target." The Berlin choir singing: "give us a break God with penalties and let us sleep and our sick neighbour also."
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- International numbers used out of archive material: Eisenhower and Hrushchev origin: Metro, Metro, vis news Typhoon on Japan origin: Sovkino
1959 Tibetan Uprising and the Dalai Lama’s Flight to India (March 10-21, 1959)
The Chinese had occupied Tibet for almost a decade when a rebellion erupts in the Central Asian country in March of 1959. When the People’s Republic was founded at the end of the Chinese civil war Mao Zedong decided to tackle “Tibet’s return to the Chinese motherland” and ordered the soldiers of his liberation army to invade a country that had been de facto sovereign since 1913. After a number of futile appeals to the United Nations Tibet is left with no choice other than to start negotiations with its overpowering neighbour. In the spring of 1951 they sign the “Seventeen Point Agreement for the Peaceful Liberation of Tibet,” which states that Tibet is granted extensive religious, cultural and political freedom, yet in reality things turn out quite differently.
Pervasive intrusions and unwanted reforms feed the resentment of the populace and increasingly lead to civil unrest. In March of 1959 rumours about the potential kidnapping of Dalai Lama abound and as a result 300,000 Tibetans assemble in the capital to protect their leader. Ensuing protests for Tibet’s independence lead to open clashes. While the Dalai Lama manages to flee across the Indian border Peking relentlessly crushes the insurrection. Tens of thousands of Tibetans lose their lives, just as many follow his holiness into exile. China would rigorously enforce its claim to power and establishes communism as state doctrine. The Dalai Lama goes on and founds the Tibetan Government in Exile a few weeks after his arrival in India, which he heads until 2011.