Die Zeit unter der Lupe 844/1966 29.03.1966
1st Beijing: Anti-American propaganda action Choo en Lai on mass in Beijing, big, smacking on grandstand as well as other officials. Large hall with total people. Charging soldiers in Viet Nam. Female people's militia on the rifle. Target shooting of boats from. Women build traps on roads and rivers pointed bamboo sticks out. Pictures of the dead. Removal of dead and wounded on stretchers. Shredded face. Marching soldiers. Performance of Vietnamese dance drama production sound. Scorn for U.S. soldiers. Fight scenes and dances from South America and Africa. Drummers and dancing with weapons. Shooting down of an airplane in the background.
02. Bonn: Government statement of Erhard's representatives in the Federal Hall. Among those present Barzel, half-close, Hale, half-close. Government Bank. Erhard speaks interview, half close: "if Poland and Germans to speak would be willing on the contentious issues in the same spirit, the balancing between Germany and its western neighbours brought, an understanding would be greatly relieved. The Federal Government would just appreciate it if is improved relations with Czechoslovakia and again could develop a friendly relationship between the peoples of both countries."
03. Indira Gandhi at de Gaulle honor guard before the Elysee Palace presents the rifle. Indira Gandhi gets out of car and go up the stairs to the Elysee Palace. Indira Gandhi and de Gaulle sitting, half-close. Indira Gandhi goes next to de Gaulle. Handshake with de Gaulle and Mdm de Gaulle. Indira Gandhi talks big, surrounded by reporters.
04. street fighting between Hindus and Sikhs street fighting. Police intervene. Hindus demonstrate against founding a 17 in Indian State, as the State language for the Sikhs. Police car on fire.
05. Cologne: Exhibition "Man and space" models of space capsule. Exhibition visitor, great. Minister Stoltenberg, large. The 1st European rocket model. Stoltenberg on tour. Rocket model.
06. Civil Aviation: drawing of the aircraft model trials for the British French Concorde machine. Model of the above passenger aircraft. Concorde in the building. Model of aircraft test flight.
07. Dortmund: Competitions indoor athletics pole vaulter, ZL. 80 m hurdles men: start from the back. Running, sideways. Winner Eddy Otoz / Italy. 60 m hurdles women: winner with world record Imrene Nemeshazy / Hungary falls down behind the goal line. Shot put women: Irina Press, ZL, balanced throw long out. Tamara Press encounters, ZL. 2. winner Margitta Gummel / DDR, ZL, starter m. with 17.30 is launching pad. 3000 m run: duel between Siegfried Herrmann / DDR and Harald Norpoth FRG. Harald Norpotz sure WINS in the Sprint. Long jump women: Tatjana Schtschelkanowa jump indoor world record 6.73 m, ZL. Long jump men: Igor Ter Owanesian jumps best performance 8,23 m. Erhard and Mikat congratulate the Russian athletes.
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Bliesnetzow; Barzel, Rainer; Erhard, Ludwig; Gandhi, Indra; Gaulle de, Charles; Höcherl, Hermann; Mikat, Paul; Stoltenberg, Gerhard; Lai, Tschu en; Gummel, Margitta; Herrmann, Siegfried; Nemeshazy, Imrene; Norpoth, Harald; Otoz, Eddy; Ovanesyan, Igor Ter; Press, Irina; Press, Tamara; Schtschelkanowa, Tatjane
Sachindex Wochenschauen; Domestic events; aircraft; Women, mothers; Musical events; musical instruments; Rockets; Dance; Unrest; Cultural events; Athletics, jogging, fun run; Military; Currency; Foreign policy events; Listener; Exhibitions; Viewers and audience; Military; 14 find book new German newsreel slow motion
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Die Zeit unter der Lupe 844/1966
Neue Deutsche Wochenschau (Other title)
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- Title brand relationships Beijing (folk dance dramas and chin. Policy for North Vietnam) origin: China information Erhard (Government statement) camera: strong, Luppa Mrs. Gandhi b.De Gaulle origin: Pathé journal Hindi Sikhs (street fighting) origin: Pathe news technology exhibition: man and space camera: Luppa Concorde (French and English flight model) origin: Pathe News Sports European Indoor Athletics camera: Rieck, reason, strong A and E
100th Anniversary of Indira Gandhi’s Birth (* 19. November 1917)
While some view her as the “mother of India,” others consider her an ice-cold power politician and dictator: Indira Gandhi, who governed the world’s largest democracy for a total of 16 years. As the daughter of Jawaharlal Nehru, who served as independent India’s first Prime Minister, she learns about the concerns of her country at an early age.
At first, Indira Gandhi (she got her surname from her husband and is not related to Mahatma Gandhi) supports and consults her father. In 1964, not long after his death she is appointed as Minister of Information and Broadcasting. Two years later she becomes Prime Minister. She continues Nehru’s political course in the country that is frequently plagued by massive economic, political and religious problems. She supports the non-alignment movement in terms of foreign politics and state-socialism when it comes to domestic politics. India’s poor loves her for her policies against food shortages, social injustice and inequality.
In 1971 she goes to war against Pakistan and defeats the Muslim archenemy. The eastern part of the Islamic republic becomes independent under India’s protection and forms the state of Bangladesh. The two-front war with its neighbor that had threatened India for decades comes to an end—and Indira Gandhi reaches the zenith of her reputation. However, in the ensuing years the Prime Minister faces attacks by the opposition, as well as protests and strikes, to which she reacts by declaring a state of emergency. She manages to regain public order, but only by considerably curbing fundamental rights and arresting countless political opponents. Critique against her authoritarian leadership style grows and leads to a strong electoral defeat in 1977. Only three years later she makes a terrific comeback. During her new administration Gandhi is confronted with the ever-increasing secession movements of the subcontinent. In 1984, after unsuccessful talks with a group of radical separatist Sikhs, she orders the military to clear the Golden Temple of Amritsar, in order to set an example. The Sikhs had occupied the temple, which was highest sanctuary of this religious group. Hundreds of non-involved civilians are killed. Three months later two of Indira Gandhi’s Sikh-body guards kill her in revenge.