Die Zeit unter der Lupe 906/1967 06.06.1967

Synopsis

01 Shah in Rothenburg and Berlin - Farah visited SOS Children village of Rothenburg: brass band. The Shah and Farah on the balcony of the Town Hall. Demonstration of the pastoral dance. Farah under umbrella next to the Shah as a spectator. Dießen SOS Kinderdorf: children welcome Farah with a bouquet of meadow flowers. Farah welcomes children. Close-up of Farah Diba. Children sing. Boy playing flute, great. Berlin: Shah enters in addition to Mayor Albert's Hall of the Town Hall, close to half. Handshake of Shah Abbasi. Pan across the old and new Memorial Church. Police escort before car of the Shah. Farah waving from the bus.

02. Berlin and Munich: Demonstrations for Benno Ohnesorg a wooden cross and flowers in the student village Siegmundshof. Discussion groups on the scene. Flowers are laid down. Black flag on car. Posters at the University murder. Berlin students protest meeting. Protest move Munich students with black flags and banners.

03. Berlin: Pro-Israel demonstration poster Christian Jewish cooperation. Günther grass speaks at the Music Conservatory of Israel quote: "it is clearly to help the endangered Israel, we are the debtor, our creditors is threatened, even if secretly hope to get rid of such a creditor circles in the Federal Republic." Cash donations are collected in baskets. Young and old listener, great. Audience clapping, half-close. Please worship of all 3 denominations in the Memorial Church.

04. Vatican City: de Gaulle at the Pope de Gaulle with the order immediately. Guard presents. De Gaulle in addition to the Pope, close to half. De Gaulle considered gift of old pressure from 1662. De Gaulle and Pope Paul sitting in armchairs, totally. Standing up and handshake.

05. Poland: Students draw Polish students de Gaulle cartoons, big. Student, great. Student records de Gaulle cartoon on board. Images from a collection of international de Gaulle cartoons.

06. England: Rolls Royce driving for Beatle John Lennon Rolls Royce, brightly coloured landscape. Hood ornament, large. Colorful painted John Lennon's Rolls-Royce.

07. car racing by Indy race cars on the track. Viewers with umbrellas, totally. Cancellation of the race is the gas turbine car of the American pushed Parnelli Jones from the car. Continuation of the race. The American Jones leads. Shortly before the finish, has the engine damage and fails. 5 cars collide and spin. Anthony Foyt / United States victorious with flower chain, half-close.

08 Hamburg: test driver Jean Pierre leaves giant in the small car crash test with a wheel over obstacle and overturns ZL several times,. Jean Pierre's radiator of auto giant and beckons. VW goes against other cars. Cooler is pressed. Citroen races against other cars. Ford drives against wagon. Fire clears the burning vehicle. Giant straps with safety belts. Impact and roll-over by Mercedes.

09. Braunschweig: Eintracht Braunschweig - 1st FC Nuremberg 4-1 - Brunswick will breakdown from UFA 567/7 - German Football Champions here somewhat shorter. Title: The new champion, image: spectators with flags. Spectators, half-close. Lothar Ulsaß prevents run at the gate and falls down. Penalty. Audience, great. Ulsaß score goal. Flags are waved. ZL footage from game scene. Striker in running. Goalkeeper keeps 2. scoring for Brunswick. Police dog muzzle barking. Nuremberg scores goal in the 2nd half. Young viewers with arms raised high. Ulsaß before the opposing goal, large, ZL. Audience, great. Shot on goal 3: keeps 1 goalkeeper. Young man looking forward. 4:1 shot on goal in the final minute. Brunswick team with victory Trophy as champion, umdrängt of people.

Origin / Type of content

Narration

Persons in the Film

Alberts ; Farah, Diba ; Gaulle de, Charles ; Grass, Günter ; Ohnesorg, Benno ; Paul VI. ; Reza Pahlevi von Persien ; Foyt, Jim ; Jones, Parnelli ; Riesen, Jean Pierre ; Ulsaß

Places

Berlin ; Munich ; Braunschweig ; FLEN ; New York ; Hamburg ; England ; Poland ; Diessen ; Vatican ; Red Castle ; Indianapolis ; Burep ; Rothenburg ; Rome

Topics

Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Buildings in Germany ; Demonstrations ; Hands ; Trade, finance ; Higher education ; Dogs ; Cartoons ; Children ; Flags ; Football ; motor sports ; Musical events ; musical instruments ; Medals, awards, honors ; Posters, fonts, banners ; Police ; Rain ; Advertising ; Religious events ; Sensations ; Spoprt-Ehrungen ; sports audience, sports spectator ; State visits (inside) ; Dance ; accident series ; Deaths, funerals ; Accidents ; automotive engineering, automotive ; People ; Transport: motor vehicles ; Listener ; Viewers and audience ; Dogs ; Sports honors ; 14 find book new German newsreel slow motion

Type

Newsreel (G)

Genre

Weekly Newsreel

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Title:

Die Zeit unter der Lupe 906/1967

Neue Deutsche Wochenschau (Other title)

Country of Origin:
Federal Republic of Germany

Year of Production and/or Release

Date of Release:
06.06.1967
Year of Production:
1967

Credits

Origin:
Title brand spotlight on Shah in Rothenburg Fahrah in the SOS Children's village Shah in Berlin cross for Ohnesorg (student killed at demonstration) demonstration for Ohnesorg camera: Pahl information pro-Israel demonstrations camera: Pahl, Rau, summer de Gaulle b. Pope origin: Polish Sedi de Gaulle-Karikaturen. Student origin: Polkronika Rolls Royce for John Lennon origin: Pathé News Sports of Indianapolis origin: Metro crash test (seatbelts) camera: fire, Petersen football: Braunschweig/Nuremberg (German Meistersch.)
Camera: Fire, Pahl, Zakariah, Rühe A and E

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70th Anniversary of the Opening of the First SOS Children's Village (April 15, 1951)

On April 15, 1951, the first SOS Children's Village opens in the Austrian village of Imst, initially providing 45 children with a new home in five houses. The foundation for the donation-based facility had been laid just two years earlier.

The initiative goes back to Hermann Gmeiner, a medical student at the time. He wanted to take care of the misery of the countless children abandoned or orphaned during the Second World War. Considering the deplorable conditions prevalent in the children's homes during the post-war period, and having been raised as a half-orphan by his older sister himself, it is a matter close to his heart to make it possible for parentless and homeless children to grow up in family-like communities. In the SOS Children's Villages, several children live together with a "surrogate mother" in a common house in a village compound. The SOS Children’s Villages had two role models: 1) the Pestalozzi Children's Village, which was established in Trogen, Switzerland, between 1944 and 1946, primarily for war orphans, and 2) the „Children's Homes“ that were established by deaconess Eva von Tiele-Winckler in the 19th century.

Gmeiner quickly founded other SOS Children’s Villages, first in Austria and later in many other European countries. In 1960 all facilities merged under the umbrella organization SOS Children’s Villages International, with Gmeiner as its president. The first SOS Children's Village outside of Europe was established in South Korea in 1963, soon followed by villages in other parts of Asia, South America and Africa. When founding father Hermann Gmeiner dies in 1986 after almost four decades of selfless dedication to his social work, he leaves behind a legacy of 233 SOS Children's Villages in 85 countries. Today, the organization, which is still financed by donations, looks after more than 400,000 children in 572 SOS Children's Villages in 137 countries.

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