UFA-Dabei 828/1972 06.06.1972

Synopsis

1st bombing of Hamburg in West Germany: salvage cars driving through the city. Police cars with blue rotating light. The Springer - Haus with damage of the Supreme. People at the Windows. Police patrols during inspections. Two policemen, great.
Frankfurt: Arrest of Andreas Baader. Bullet holes in the door. Bonded door lock. Still photographs of the arrest of Andreas Baader.
Stuttgart: Bomb scare - police car inspections. Luggage compartment of the vehicle will be searched. Passerby interviews, o-ton: "you feel sure this afternoon in Stuttgart? The police has done everything necessary in your opinion?"-"Yes."-"well, I mean, you should not take it lightly."-"absolutely, absolutely."-" not at all, why, there are idiots. "-"not necessarily. Actually means but, it is not just the one who comes to."-"what you do in your opinion with arrested gang members?"-"hang, hang on."-"if it definitely is certain that these people have committed a murder, then find I belong on the wall set."-" you should keep for A few years behind bars, until they become sane and a little older are. "-"a violent system such as a late capitalist country like the Federal Republic provoked violence on the other side."-"I would now this does not advocate, but I would say it is at least a theoretical explanation for this."-"people be so aware of the fact that one can make as a revolution. There are mentally ill, not true. Tolerable fine the mass and the mass isn't on the road because of a few idiots. That's my opinion." Usage bar in the City Hall.

02. Bonn: Ratification of the East treaties exchange of the instruments of ratification of the Moscow Treaty by State Secretary frank and Soviet Ambassador Falin. In the background standing Walter Scheel. Frank speaks interview "This contract from August 12, 1970 is a new beginning in the relationship of our two countries and peoples.": Falin talking o-ton: "a path of a quarter of a century, a path that was marked by crises and tensions, alienation and disappointment leads to the contract. It is now essentially how we can implement the existing possibilities. What energy and Which one good will from both sides used in this direction." Frank handshake, Falin, Scheel. The document of the Warsaw Treaty, sealed. The exchange of the instruments of ratification of the Warsaw Treaty by State Secretary frank and the Deputy Polish Minister of Foreign Affairs Josef Czyrek. Frank - Czyrek handshake.

03. Gromyko in Bonn - dinner at the Chancellor Brandt and Gromyko Rut Brandt welcome upon arrival. Welcome by Falin and Scheel. Brandt and Gromyko in conversation, large, and together with Scheel. The three women Rut Brandt (from behind) wife Gromyko and Mrs Scheel in the conversation.

04. Berlin: Signing of the Viermächtsabkommens arrival of Gromykos in front of the Council building. The Council building. The 4 Foreign Minister at the signing. Douglas home, Andrey Gromyko, Rogers and Schuman.

05. Berlin: visitors bureaus shield office visits and travel Affairs. People are waiting outside the Office. Clearance.

06. Olympic brand stamp sheets with Olympic motifs in print. Looking at the brands through magnifying glass. Special stamps with athletes.

07. Olympic hostesses young girls at the trim you training. Hostesses go in Dirndl dresses on the Olympic site. Speaking in foreign language. Indoor swimming pool. Stages. "Goodbye" in various languages recorded interview.

08. Hamburg: throwing game Frisbee people are casting on the banks of the Alster with plastic disc frisbee and To give interviews about this sport, o-ton: "the first impression is Not bad, but that is a community game or should it be a single game, or what?" - "I've known it since March." - "Man can achieve A lot exercise as a result." - "Yes, Yes, that is perhaps even becoming popular." - "especially for the slim line." - "my dog's fun."

Origin / Type of content

Narration

Persons in the Film

Baader, Andreas ; Brandt, Rut ; Brandt, Willy ; Czyrek, Josef ; Falin, Valentin ; Thomas, Frank ; Gromyko, Andrej ; Home ; Rogers ; Scheel, Walter ; Schuman, Robert

Places

Hamburg ; Frankfurt ; Stuttgart ; Berlin ; Bonn ; England ; Germany

Topics

Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Buildings in Germany ; stamps ; DDR ; Border DDR/BRD, borders ; Hands ; Domestic events ; Interviews ; Leisure, recreation ; Olympics 1972 ; Pacts ; Police ; State visits (inside) ; Social events ; Contracts ; Assassinations ; transport

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Newsreel (G)

Genre

Weekly Newsreel

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Title:

UFA-Dabei 828/1972

UFA-Wochenschau (Other title)

Country of Origin:
Federal Republic of Germany

Year of Production and/or Release

Date of Release:
06.06.1972
Year of Production:
1972

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Bomb alert in Stuttgart, etc.
Camera: Rau, Seib, Ahsendorf contracts Bonn and Berlin: ratification East contracts camera: Luppa, Luppa, Brandes Gromyko in Bonn (eat u.b.. Chancellor) camera: Luppa Unterzeichng. 4 powers agreement, Berlin camera: Pahl visitors bureaus, Berlin camera: Pahl Olympic hostesses camera: Rau Olympic stamps camera: Pahl throwing game "Frisbee" camera: Jackson, fire at the beginning and end of total length

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50. Jahrestag Bombenanschlag auf Springer-Haus (19.05.1972)

Am Nachmittag des 19. Mai 1972 wird der Sitz des Axel-Springer-Verlags in Hamburg von einer heftigen Detonation erschüttert. In verschiedenen Etagen des Hochhauses explodieren zwei Vier-Kilo-Rohrbomben, die 36 Menschen verletzen und große Verwüstung anrichten. Mehr Opfer unter den knapp 3.000 Mitarbeiter:innen gibt es nur deshalb nicht, weil drei weitere Sprengsätze nicht zünden. Zwar gehen kurz vor der Explosion Warnanrufe an der Rezeption ein, aber nicht rechtzeitig genug, um das Gebäude zu evakuieren.

Wenige Tage später bekennt sich die Rote Armee Fraktion zu dem Anschlag und bedauert die Verwundung von Arbeiter:innen und Angestellten. Sie fordert außerdem die Enteignung des Verlags, der seit Jahren Stimmung gegen die Studentenbewegung macht. Unterzeichnet ist das Bekennerschreiben entsprechend mit „Kommando 2. Juni“ und bezieht sich auf jenen Tag, an dem knapp fünf Jahre zuvor Benno Ohnesorg bei einer Demonstration gegen den Berlin-Besuch des iranischen Schahs von einem Polizisten erschossen wurde. Die „Bild“-Zeitung hatte am darauffolgenden Tag – zu Unrecht – die Protestierenden für die Eskalation der Gewalt verantwortlich gemacht. Ein Jahr später war außerdem der zuvor in einer regelrechten Kampagne von der Springer-Presse als „Rädelsführer“ und „Krawallmacher“ diffamierte Student Rudi Dutschke angeschossen und schwer verletzt worden.

Die Aktion gegen den verhassten Verlag steht jedoch nicht für sich allein, sondern ist Teil der aus fünf weiteren Sprengstoffanschlägen bestehenden „Mai-Offensive“. Zwei von ihnen richten sich aus Protest gegen den andauernden Vietnam-Krieg gegen US-amerikanische Einrichtungen, zwei gegen deutsche Polizeibehörden und einer gegen den für die RAF zuständigen Ermittlungsrichter Wolfgang Buddenberg. Die nie dagewesene Anschlagserie fordert – neben zahlreichen Verletzten – insgesamt vier Todesopfer.

In der Folge führt die Polizei umfangreiche Fahndungen durch, die innerhalb der nächsten Wochen zur Festnahme von zehn Gründungsmitgliedern der Rote Armee Fraktion führen, darunter Gudrun Ensslin, Ulrike Meinhoff, Andreas Baader und Holger Meins.

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