UFA-Dabei 935/1974 25.06.1974
01 East Berlin / Bonn: Günther Gaus in East Berlin, Michael Kohl in Bonn G. Gaus half total and big and close gets out of the car, the jacket buttons. People COP is on the car door. Council of State building in the background. Finland, striding down the front. Staatsratsvorsitzender Stoph comes into the room. Accreditation ceremony. G. Committee reads the credentials. Shaking hands of Gaus - Stoph. Bonn Villa Hammerschmidt. Michael Kehl rises from a Mercedes. Stander on the car. Kohl goes together with Gustav Heinemann. Both side by side, half total. Credentials, large and close.
02. Stuttgart: "Jugend forscht" - Star competition Daimler Benz factory Museum from the outside. Students enter. Henri Nannen, big and close at the award ceremony. Sven Schütte wins the 1st prize in the field of GEO - and space sciences. Kurt Debus in conversation with Sven Schütte. Other "young researchers" to explain their work. Muskrats big and close in the terrarium. Calculator big and close.
03. Cologne: Men's fashion male model on the hotel stairs. Hotel Porter. Trick: divided picture. Right correctly seated links incorrectly fitting clothing. Office: Miss Gauert at the typewriter. Male model. Fashion shoots in the bar. Bartender. Passat sailing ship in Lübeck, casual fashion for men.
04. Hamburg: World Cup: BRD - DDR fans flock to the stadium. Colorful hats, flags, etc. Katharina Focke, Günther Gaus, Helmut Kohl and Helmut Schmidt come as a spectator. G. monitoring and Michael Kohl sit side by side on the stands. The two teams and the referee. Wolfgang Overrath hopping on the halfway line. Game in ZL. G. Müller passes the ball to Grabowski, but he missed the opportunity. Müller has a chance again, but hits the post. Defensive error of the BRD-Elf, Jürgen Sparwasser shoots 1-0 for the German Democratic Republic. Repetition of the gate. Overrath solo run. Beckenbauer on the ball. Günter Netzer on the sidelines is fit. Fans from the GDR happily swing their flags. Great Jubilee under the East German players. Netzer No. 10 on the playing field. Beckenbauer is a DDR player from the field.
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Beckenbauer, Franz; Debus, Kurt; Focke, Katharina; Gauert, Claudia; Gaus, Günther; Heinemann, Gustav; Kohl, Hannelore; Kohl, Michael; Nannen, Henry; Schmidt, Helmut; Schütte, Sven; Stoph, Willi; Grabowski; Müller, Gerd; Netzer, Günter; Overath; Sparwasser, Jürgen
Sachindex Wochenschauen; Education, youth; Football; Rockets; Aerospace; Shipping; 99.412 Deutsche week show GmbH: State visits (outside); State visits (inside); Technology; Animals (except dogs); Competitions; Testing; Foreign policy events; Fashion; Jobs; Buildings in Europe; Technology; transport
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- Günther Gaus in East Berlin origin: DEFA Michael Kohl in Bonn camera: Luppa "Jugend forscht" camera: Rau mens - fashion camera: Rahim Cup: BRD - DDR / Hamburg camera: Seib, Zakariah, fire beginning and end of total length
Günter Gaus’ 90th Birthday (* November 23, 1929)
Günter Gaus is one of the most brilliant journalists in Germany, one of the most committed protagonists in the German-German détente and last but not least an excellent diplomat.
After studying German literature and history he starts writing for daily and weekly news outlets such as “Sueddeutsche Zeitung” and “Der Spiegel”. In 1963 the German public television launches the legendary program “Zur Person” (Engl. “Personal Information”) with Gaus has a host. In the course of about 40 years Gaus conducts more than 200 interviews with politicians, artists and scientist. His portrayal of personalities such as German chancellor Konrad Adenauer, the “father of the hydrogen bomb” Edward Teller, the writer Christa Wolf and the incarcerated RAF terrorist Christian Klar is both powerful and profound. His talk with the political philosopher Hannah Arendt has even become a youtube hit in recent years.
From 1965 until 1968 Gaus is the program director for radio and television at Südwestrundfunk (Engl. ”Southwest Broadcasting”), after that “Der Spiegel” hires him as editor in chief. In this position he is an outspoken supporter of chancellor Willy Brandt’s “Ostpolitik”. He eventually leaves “Der Spiegel” for a career in civil service. When the German-German Basic Treaty is finally signed in 1974 he goes to East Berlin and heads the first “permanent mission” of the Federal Republic of Germany in the German Democratic Republic. As chief negotiator he partakes in the drafting of 17 treaties between the two states and achieves a number of mitigations in the German-German relations. After clashing with chancellor Helmut Schmidt he returns to journalism in 1981 and writes about the political situation of the Federal Republic of Germany, about the German question and national security policy. Gaus receives several awards for his journalistic achievements. After a long illness he passes away in 2004 in Reinbek near Hamburg.