UFA-Wochenschau 481/1965 10.10.1965
1 Berlin: International fencing tournament titles: sport, sport, sport, image: fencer. Legs and feet of a fencer. Show fencing with sword. Swordsman with épée. Blade, great. Hit testing system. Fencing, ZL, size. Feet, tall. The signal light when hit. Finals: Håkon stone / Koblenz, in the fight against Franz Rompza / Heidenheim, Germany. Results and incorrect follow-up of Rompza. Stone falls down. Stone WINS and fights against the tied Paul Gnaier / Heidenheim, Germany. Gnaier puts on mask. Sword fight. Signal lamp lights up. It wins Paul Gnaier. Gnaier receives badge hung around and prize "The White bear", great. Finnentrop / Sauerland: German Championships in the wheel. Big wheel riders. Gymnast in the wheel size. Lübke, as spectators, great. Group show at the wheel of gymnasts and gymnasts. Cinematographer Horst Grund with camera moves to the wheel. Recording from the wheel is turning.
02. accident story no. 10 (can stack) title: because for me... - image: curtain opens Beatle band. Screaming teenager. Crowds. Girl is then transported away helplessly. Beatle singer, great. Günter Jerschke Beatle wig sings "Yeah, yeah, yeah". Bulls in Pamplona. Jerschke Bullfighter Hat speaks. Images from a British election night at the Trafalgar fountain. Young people in the water. Crowds. Jerschke speaks with Homburg. 2 women drive through self-service shop with shopping carts and baby strollers. Vendor stacks bean cans. It's pushing the cardboard box to the page. Establishing the bushes comes to falter and falls on the seller. Günter Jerschke picks cloth from the stretcher on the girl is and throws cans of beans to the page: "For me, you're right."
03. Beijing - Mao's biggest show - 16 years People's Republic of China title: Mao's biggest show - image: Big Dipper when moving. Big Dipper pass with people and flags in a parade. Mao in the bleachers, large. Total of Vorbeimarsches. Young people waving flowers at the marching past. Big Peacock on cars. Mass pre-accession March. Balloons. Chinese as a spectator. Clapping audience. Blacks in the audience. Mao, great. Choo en Lai, great. Took by troops. Young people waving. Long shot of the mass March.
04. Berlin: Polytechnic Teaching title: over in East Berlin - image: hanging poster boy. Young pioneers and children in a camp at a playground in Köpenick. The children speak both an industrial operation. Children's faces during the Polytechnic teaching. Wolfgang Esterer interviewed operating spokeswoman, o-ton: "By what age to come now children to your businesses?" - "from the 7th school year on the children come to us in farms, to see what is produced and how is it produced." - "and how often come to them, and How many hours bring you?" - "once in the week and that are 1 ½ to 2 hours the children in operation." "Because it has become the great advantage of polytechnic education, that the children later, if they get out of the schools, quite different notions of a profession become, as was formerly the case." - "is this education also certain political aspects?" - "the political aspects are actually looking for, that our mind, in our political sense also, we say"", we To want to educate our children so also to peace." Children are the operating spokeswoman, half-close. Speaker speaks to the children and asks her interview: "I've Euerem group book seen in, that you've collected also for Viet Nam. "I would like to you know why?" - "We have gathered mainly in Viet Nam again the schools... make up" - "That's nice." - "... "and the children are to live as well as here is our holiday playground Köpenick."-"as the United States have now started a dirty war, and now are wounded lot a, and because we send them help, by is donating money and send drugs." - "and that Viet Nam, To want that sometimes still have the weapons." - "because we To want the Vietne... Support Viet Nam by we send the donations to weapons then sends the Soviet Union and China, and again that have retaken large parts already in Viet Nam."-"Just because it is an unjust war, not?"-"you can not early enough start from the ground up to explain to a child the things that happen around them, and we're actually also known", that we tell the children the truth, as she should be said in reality also in political terms, we are Of course ready at any time, and is there to show the children, also our task actually what is happening around them."
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Sachindex Wochenschauen; Border DDR/BRD, borders; Trade, finance; Interviews; cameramen, cameramen; Children; Education, youth; Fencing; filmmaking; Parades; Photographers; rescue services; Schools, training; Spoprt-Ehrungen; Transport: public transport; parts of the body: eyes, noses, mouths, ears, beard, hands, legs; Anniversaries, Jubilees, birthdays; Sports honors; transport
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Accident story no. 10 (stacking) Mao's largest watch Beijing, 16 years people's Republic origin: China over in East Berlin Poltechnischer teaching camera: Pahl end brand
Mao Zedong’s 125th Birthday (* December 26, 1893)
In the history of the 20th century Mao Zedong is remembered in a number of controversial ways—as China’s great innovator and visionary revolutionary, ruthless mass murderer and power hungry dictator, figure head of the student movement and icon of pop culture.
The son of farmers was born on December 26, 1893. He would be politicized by the 1911 republican revolution, the May Fourth Student Movement against the Versailles Peace treaty and the writings of Marx and Lenin. In 1921 he participates in the founding of the Chinese Communist Party, three years later he moves up to the central executive committee. When a civil war breaks out after clashes with the Kuomintang, Mao organizes the struggle against the nationalist party of his opponent Chiang Kai-shek and pushes ahead with the development of a Red Army. Over the course of the legendary “long march” that takes place in the mid-1930s he distinguishes himself as a leader of the Chinese communists. After the temporary formation of a united front against the Japanese invasion (1937-1945) the civil war ends after 22 years with the communist troops as the victor. On October 1, 1949 the “great leader” proclaims the People’s Republic of China at the Gate of Heavenly Peace in Peking. From now on he wants to establish an encompassing communism and achieve the idea of a “new man”. His ambitious endeavour, to turn China from a backwards, agricultural society into a modern industrial state via the “great leap forward” is a catastrophic failure. Tens of millions of people die due to the hasty collectivization. In order to maintain his power position Mao initiates the „great proletarian cultural revolution“ in which he agitates millions of young people against his own party. In the wake of this “cleansing” hundreds of thousands of functionaries, artists and intellectuals are persecuted, tortured or killed, while countless of cultural assets are destroyed. The terror only comes to an end when Mao dies on September 9, 1976, its extent being downplayed for a long time. Nevertheless, the „Great Helmsman“ is still revered in China—and beyond, almost like a saint.
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