UFA-Wochenschau 596/1967 20.12.1967
Title: The world is yours, image: Mao Tse Tung Vicky with a large hat, faces of young people. East soldiers at parade, girls gymnastics, marching soldiers, girls with metal dress, dance with clapping, reclining man the gun, fashion, faces of young people, young Negress dances, young Chinese, Rita Pavone as a bride, young people at Café, hippie girl, slobs with cigarette youth 67 views, impressions, analyses before stand photo, screen, To give young people on the subject of interviews, original sound: Helmut Schmidt, k. th. v. Guttenberg, F. j. Kemper, Thomas Fritsch, Udo Jürgens, Bruno heck, Erich Mende: "the biggest difference between the youth of today and my own adolescence is that the current youth enjoys Very much A lot more freedom than we had at the time. You can develop yourself. Make of this freedom Very much deliberately use."- today - I mean - the youth of more sober, more skeptical, critical, rational set against all this high-flying, great is his never-ending buzz words, which at that time was idealistic,. -"You rest No more wishes of standardised by the society, ideals and objectives such as our parents 20 or 30 years ago."-"in this post-war period we have broken with many taboos", which our lifestyle become free, sober and self-confident is."-"the youth of today will No more see the boundaries between the denominations and don't recognize. "She wants no limits tolerate between the various social groups and between the various country teams."-"ease I feel, that it remains not in old nationalist bigotry, but thinks in large areas, not only in the European even in the area of the world."
Sing out Germany. Young people take to the streets. Young couple from phone booth in the conversation. Student couple is sitting at the table and learns from them baby in playpen. Students expected, young stellar researchers.
Easter marchers: Joan Baez sings.
Viet Nam: Demonstrations in front of the Pentagon. Gunfire. Fires. Wounded Americans be removed, weeping young woman, Mount of a guard of the bound US pilots who carried through town. Bombing. Young girl, plaintively, children's eyes behind ramparts, mother and child. The steel helmet.
China Cultural Revolution: close-up of Mao. Mass surveys full-screen. Parade of flags and statue of Mao. Move beyond measure.
Berlin student demonstrations: Police officers marching on. Water cannons. Mounted police. Benno Ohnesorg is shot on stretcher, silent March of the students. Fritz Teufel in the dock. Still photographs of Fritz Teufel and trailers. Interviews: Rudi Dutschke in his study speaks interview: "We No more join with a system that affirms the American genocide in Viet Nam, dismisses us workers, closes plants, to uphold the profits of the business."
Ludwig Rosenberg, o-ton: "only a small minority, which occurs Very much loudly and Very much vehemently, seems to represent the image of youth in public. In fact, it is quite different; "many other young people are Very much seriously and critically busy to prepare for their work and their lives and on the role that To want to play in society."
C. F. von Weizsäcker, o-ton: "I think you should not encounter that they have, become critical and active You must have to put a few excesses, which pass again, but I think they have quite right so that they To want to change something in our world, because that deserves Very much much, that it will be changed."Once again, going 20 be?-sound bites: Helmut Schmidt:"I would never the idea come yet again to be To want to be 20." C. F. von Weizsäcker: "I was 20 years today again." Ludwig Rosenberg: "I think that every age has its frustrations and its joys and its tasks. I want to be not 20 years." C. th. von Guttenberg: "A fascinating thought to be Once again 20 years old."
The Beatles in Hamburg. Young people clapping with hands over their heads.
Gymnasts March, Turner run with flags. Mass demonstration. Turner pyramid.
Berlin: youth onslaught. Young people clapping with hands over their heads. Gymnasts March, Turner run with flags. Mass demonstrations. Turner pyramid.
Fashion in Ahrensburg - Dave Dee - fashion on the Jungfernstieg - fashion Mary Quant.
Young protesters. Race riots, water cannon. Man falls from behind over wall. Vietnamese with gun revolver rifle, shoots young Vietnamese woman. Woman shoots, young people dance. Chinese masses, young faces, great. Dave Dee.
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Baez, Joan; Die Beatles; Dutschke, Rudi; Fritsch, Thomas; Guttenberg von; Heck, Bruno; Jagger, Mick; Jürgens, Udo; Tse Tung, Mao; Ohnesorg, Benno; Pavone, Rita; Rosenberg, Ludwig; Schmidt, Helmut; Teufel, Fritz; Berger, Vicky; Weizsäcker von, Carl Friedrich; Kemper, Franz Josef
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- Federal Republic of Germany
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- Title brand also [...] the world (youth, 67) the good: German youth good and well-behaved the revolutionaries: politically active minorities the beat: teenage generation on the move In the judgment of prominent contemporaries: Helmut Schmidt, Guttenberg, Kemper, Udo Jürgens, Bruno heck, Erich Mende, Thomas Fritsch youth 67 views - press - analysis at the beginning and end of
Assassination Attempt on Rudi Dutschke and Easter Riots (April 11-15, 1968)
Severe unrests occur in the young German Federal Republic during the Easter holidays in 1968, triggered by the assassination attempt on Rudi Dutschke on Holy Thursday in Berlin. The unskilled labourer Josef Bachmann—citing “political motivations”—fires three shots at the “German Che Guevara” outside the offices of the Socialist German Student Union, injuring him critically. Quickly, the news goes viral. Even before the shooter is identified Dutschke’s allies know for sure who really is to blame: the Springer publication empire, which has been leading a malicious campaign against the leading head of the extra-parliamentary opposition. Dutschke’s comrades unload their rage in a spontaneous protest outside the headquarters of the publishing company and chant phrases like “Springer—killer” or “Bild took part in the shooting!” While Dutschke is in the hospital undergoing emergency surgery and barely survives, the first rocks and Molotov cocktails are thrown—to prevent the printing and distribution of Springer newspapers. Peter Urbach, who is later exposed as an “agent provocateur” and as an informant of the intelligence service, contributes to the escalation of the situation. The following day the protests spread all over Germany. By Easter Monday civil war-like street riots take place in Berlin, Hamburg, Munich and more than 20 other German cities. Two people are killed and hundreds are injured. In the aftermath the “Easter Riots” become the beacon in the escalating confrontation between the New Left and the state.
In 1969 Dutschke’s assassin Bachman is sentenced to 7 years in prison for attempted murder. One year later he takes his own life. Dutschke has to undergo intensive rehabilitation therapy to regain his speech and memory. He dies in 1979 from the long-term effects of the severe head injuries.
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