UFA-Dabei 803/1971 14.12.1971


Peace Nobel Prize for review of Willy Brandt, Willy Brandt and his Ostpolitik Oslo: Airport: Willy Brandt in the throng. Departure in the car. Driving scenes through Oslo. Various buildings. University total and interior shots, Traforanfahrt on Willy Brandt and wife, which are taking place. Traforückfahrt front wall of the room. Egon Bahr and wife, great. Lars Brandt and Brandt daughter from her first marriage, great. Brandt and wife, great. Photo of Gustav Stresemann (peace Nobel Prize 1926) ranking driving, Ludwig Quidde (peace Nobel Prize 1927), ranking ride. KZ photo by Carl von Ossietzky (winner 1935), ranking ride. Photo by Willy Brandt, title next to it "In the name of the German people has Willy Brandt his hand of reconciliation between peoples stretched out, time had long been enemies." (Nobel Committee).
Archive footage: Willy Brandt and Cyrankiewicz signed 1970 interviews with Warsaw citizens. Actuality: "thats good that Brandt is today in Poland and that all are Polish people too, like me,... I do not know, it's hard to say." - "are you happy?" - "Yes, Very much happy." - "We hope that there will be peace always bigger and more beautiful world." – "now, we are Very much pleased with signing, because this is, I think good for the Poland and for the Germans."
Brandt's genuflection at the Memorial in the Warsaw ghetto after a wreath-laying ceremony. Dr. Haese interview with editor-in-Chief of Warsaw's largest newspaper. Actuality: "as for 20 years and as a former prisoner of the concentration camp Auschwitz I editor-in-Chief of Zycie Warsawy am pleased with the contract. The editor-in-Chief is also thought it should come just to not overcome ideological differences between Poland and the Federal Republic, but that is no obstacle to good relations of our two countries."
Pictures from the Grenzdurchgangslager of Friedland, including interviews with settlers. Sound bites: "And would like to have a nice apartment, I expect here and most importantly good work." - "a good work and happy home and the kids well learn." - "you want to see again Poland, for example as a tourist?" - "Maybe!" Tourists in Kolobrzeg and interviews with them by Dr. Haese. Sound bites: "glad to be back in this country." - "I want to visit my hometown." - "I'm actually here to go to the swimming and so."-"the family coat of arms - was still a quote including: your blessing Lord, always about Waheed, this House and his master get." - "would you come back here?" - "no, so under these conditions one could here probably not so good live", even though I mean that one can understand Very good with the Poland." On the day of the signing in Warsaw interview Dr. Haese with Günther grass. Actuality: "I hope, here seen in Poland, just understand that here something is indispensable, but that Brandt has done the necessary step in Germany and has been a start. You see, I am directly concerned - I'm from Gdansk - I know what that means: loss of the home. I had met this waiver for me soon after the war, but I'm still grateful that it is also At last come to the Treaty, and that for the young generation - I think also to my children - the burden of the war time stop in an affected way." Children - and youth pictures of Willy Brandt. Schöneberg Town Hall: Willy Brandt's swearing-in as Mayor of Berlin. Interview: "I swear, so help me God." Crowds Berlin currently of the East-West crisis. Willy Brandt and Egon Bahr together at desk.
O-ton Willy Brandt: "... the ability on a changing world, also a changing in the East, to be able to act positively." Review on federal election campaign. Bundestag: Willy Brandt as Chancellor at the lectern.
Actuality: "20 years after the founding of the Federal Republic of Germany and the GDR we must prevent another life apart of the German nation, so To try to come through a controlled side by side to a coexistence. We are not at the end of our democracy, we start really. We To want - we To want be a people of good neighbors and, inside and outside." Review of encounter Brandt/Stoph in Erfurt with interviews. Interview: "I wish a very pleasant stay." - "Thank you for the welcome, also, that you got good weather." - "It should BB´s not lie." - "Thank you Very much."
Dr. Haese and passers-by to the encounter. Actuality: "at the first meeting, I suppose, that there not too many come out is, but it's quite nice when first found together the two statesmen." - "I think it is for the population to be useful that she just sees what are the opinions of the two parties, but I see no success and make no expectations because." - "I do not believe, that A lot because what comes out. I believe, it should facilitate interpersonal relations but."
Initialling of the East-West Berlin Treaty by Bahr and cabbage. Brandt in Moscow with Kosygin. Brandt photos or copies of stand, close and very close. Actuality of the award ceremony at the Oslo University by Mrs. Lionäs. Brandt Get up. Presentation of the certificate by Mrs. Lionäs and congratulations. Interview: "I ask, to accept Mr Federal Chancellor Willy Brandt, the diploma and the Gold Medal of the Nobel Peace Prize for 1971." Among the applauding guests Crown Prince Harald of Norway and Princess Sonja. Brandt at the lectern actuality, speaking acceptance speech. Interview: "I thank sincerely and will do everything in my further work to come close to what many I expect. We are here in Fridtjof Nansen land. ' Even in a figurative sense is his reminder: < hurry up you act before it is too late to repent. > '

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Bahr, Egon ; Brandt, Rut ; Brandt, Willy ; Harald von Norwegen ; Lionäs ; Ossietzki von, Carl ; Quidde, Ludwig ; Prinzessin Sonja von Norwegen ; Stresemann, Gustav


Berlin ; Oslo


Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Honors ; Reviews ; transport


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Weekly Newsreel

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UFA-Dabei 803/1971

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Nobel prize ceremony in Oslo to Willy Brandt camera: Luppa, l. review of Willy Brandt origin: Fox, archival role 1 origin: archival role 2 dt - Polish. Contract, Friedland, Wolf's Lair, tourist. i. Kolberg origin: archival role 3 Chancellor d. reforms, elections OBB. Berlin, portrait, election, Government, Chancellor d. reforms, Brandt + Kosygin at the beginning and end of total length

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50. Jahrestag der Unterzeichnung des deutsch-sowjetischen Vertrages (12.08.1970)

Am 12. August 1970 unterzeichnen Bundeskanzler Willy Brandt und Ministerpräsident Alexei Kossygin sowie die Außenminister beider Länder in Moskau den deutsch-sowjetischen Vertrag. Er ist der erste der sogenannten Ostverträge und legt den Grundstein für den "Wandel durch Annäherung". Der Festakt zur Unterzeichnung erfolgt im Katharinensaal des Kreml, einem Ort historischer Bedeutung, wurde hier doch 31 Jahre zuvor der berüchtigte Nichtangriffs-Pakt zwischen Adolf Hitler und Josef Stalin geschlossen.

Die Kernpunkte des Moskauer Vertrages tragen dem Umstand Rechnung, dass formal kein Friedensvertrag zwischen Deutschland und seinen ehemaligen Kriegsgegnern existiert. 25 Jahre nach Ende des Zweiten Weltkrieges verpflichten sich die Vertragspartner nun zum gegenseitigen Gewaltverzicht sowie zur Unverletzlichkeit der bestehenden Grenzen, insbesondere der Oder-Neiße-Linie als polnische Westgrenze und der deutsch-deutschen Grenze. Ähnlich lautende Vereinbarungen werden in der Folge mit Polen (Warschauer Vertrag), der DDR (Grundlagenvertrag) sowie der Tschechoslowakei (Prager Vertrag) ausgehandelt. Im Vier-Mächte-Abkommen über Berlin wird außerdem der Rechtstatus der geteilten Stadt geregelt.

Während die mit dem Moskauer Vertrag eingeleitete Ostpolitik der Sozialdemokraten von den Westalliierten einhellige Zustimmung erfährt, ist sie innenpolitisch höchst umstritten. Kritiker fürchten den „Ausverkauf deutscher Interessen“, den endgültigen Verlust der ehemaligen deutschen Ostgebiete und die Verhinderung der deutschen Einheit durch die De-facto-Anerkennung der DDR. Befürworter argumentieren hingegen, dass ohnehin nicht zurückgeholt werden könne, was längst verloren und die Wiedervereinigung nur in einer gesamteuropäischen Friedensordnung zu erreichen sei. Die Unversöhnlichkeit der Standpunkte mündet schließlich in eine handfeste Regierungskrise. Nachdem ein konstruktives Misstrauensvotum der CDU scheitert, einigen sich die Bundestagsfraktionen schließlich in einer „gemeinsamen Entschließung“ auf einen Kompromiss. Unter Stimmenthaltung der meisten konservativen Abgeordneten wird der deutsch-sowjetische Vertrag im Mai 1972 zusammen mit dem Warschauer Vertrag schließlich im Bundestag ratifiziert. Bereits im Vorjahr wird Willy Brandt für seine Bemühungen um die Versöhnung der Völker mit dem Friedensnobelpreis ausgezeichnet.

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