UFA-Dabei 851/1972 14.11.1972
01 Bonn: Initialling of the basis contract Egon Bahr and Michael Kohl sit down at table. Rear large tapestry. Delegation members are rallying behind Bahr and cabbage. At the same time, both sign the contract. A part of the contract with the text: "for the Federal Republic of Germany and the German Democratic Republic." Including two seals. Kohl's talking at the table sitting o-ton: "The likely historical significance of the Treaty is that after the transit agreement and the contract now a comprehensive, permanent basis could be prepared, to shape relations between two independent States with their opposing social order." Bahr's talking at the table sitting o-ton: "my thanks to the openness to constructive results of the objectivity that have been respected at all at times inevitable hardness of confrontations and the will. We do not hide the fact that there are unbridgeable differences on fundamental issues and share will be also."
02. Germany: DGB touchstones Brandt talks, large, close, o-ton: "The Government Alliance of Social Democrats and free Democrats has proven itself." Barzel talks big, close, o-ton: "Brandt has failed and is failing, ladies and gentlemen. And if you can't do it, at the same time secure the jobs and the value of money, then to cede people who cannot and are on leave, to which proved how, ladies and gentlemen." Enthusiastic audience: raises a boy from the audience "Lower Saxony Zeitung" high with Barzel as the cover image. In addition to Barzel is Dieter Rollmann, both half total. Barzel surrounded by CDU hostesses. DGB-chef cousin talks about 8 DGB touchstones on the subject of election campaign, o-ton: "His responsibility for the workers in the Federal Republic of the German Trade Union Federation has given its members, Yes, of workers, eight touchstones of the hand, so that they are able to examine the parties to what extent they are willing to realize the interests of the workforce." A photo of Gustav Heinemann on the table along with several flags. The hands by cousin. DGB Congress in July. Cousin speaks o-ton: "attempts, that external trade unions stipulate that ye should do and that are not, to reject in a free society. We are committed to the democratization of economic and society." Barzel and Brandt as a listener, only heads. Brandt holds a roll of paper in front of the mouth. Georg Leber, close, great with the workers in the mine. The images by Ernst Abbe and Friedrich Naumann. Old publication: "Patriotic service". Old archive photos of the meetings during the Weimar Republic. Cousin speaks at the desk interview: "We are concerned not only the equal participation in the economy, to the involvement of employees in productive assets, to the same educational opportunities for our children, but also to the improvement of health care and health security and to environmental protection." Many tobacco pipes before him.
03. Hamburg: boat show of large headlight turns. Swivel in the exhibition space: motor boats, sailboats. A maritime antiques exhibition. Modern ship and boat equipment including signal Horn, floating island. With a replaceable press gas cartridge-equipped swim collar of that inflates in the water itself. The unsinkable boat boots in the water floating. Security storm sticks, Leuchkugelpatronen, signal devices. Complete distress rescue set, total.
04. Cologne: Fashion for father and son father and son have Tweed jackets. They are presented in the carousel. Or they have strongly patterned Caban jackets. Children on the ponies with art leather jacket. Safari-look suits for leisure. Corduroy jacket Norfolk style. Go-Kart ride.
05. Berlin: in Berlin Jazz days musicians with exercise of flute and drum and Baß. Pierre Favre speaks interview: "the Berlin Jazz days an international gathering of musicians, early jazz musicians, musicians today means first and foremost. "Yes, I think that in Europe a movement has taken place now, where you can feel the roots of European music, even classical music very well, and I think the other musicians are nowadays very aware of themselves as previously, where you simply copied the first record." Indian jazz musicians. John handy and Ali Akbar Khan observed in the sample of Don Cherry. Trumpeter sitting and playing on the carpet. The veins on the forehead and temples are thick at the bubbles. George Gruntz tells about the conception of the jazz days original sound: "a festival like the Berlin Jazz days should always be, and what is also getting out of the Jazz Festival, to be always a Festival, that first of all documented, so you should create the possibility, that the roots of jazz remain recognizable, a Festival, that informed about new trends per se and in first and foremost but also a Festival" "that should be experimented on the." Dave Brubeck, Gerry Mulligan, and Paul Desmond play together.
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Abbe, Ernst; Bahr, Egon; Barzel, Rainer Candidus; Brandt, Willy; Brubeck, Dave; Cherry, Don; Desmond, Paul; Favre, Pierre; Gruntz, Georg; Khan, Ali Akbar; Kohl, Michael; Leber, Georg; Mulligan, Jerry; Naumann, Friedrich; Rollmann, Dieter; Vetter, Heinz Oskar
Sachindex Wochenschauen; Domestic events; Musical events; musical instruments; Technology; Animals (except dogs); automotive engineering, automotive; Art; Elections; Fashion; Exhibitions; Trade unions; Technology; transport
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- Federal Republic of Germany
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- Initialling d. of basic contract camera: Luppa DGB touchstones (Babs) camera: Rieck, Ahsendorf Bootsausstllg. in Hamburg camera: Tietge fashion for father and son camera: Rahim Jazz days in Berlin camera: Pahl, Rühe at the beginning and end of total length
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