Die Zeit unter der Lupe 925/1967 17.10.1967
01 England: First nuclear submarine will be commissioned ship's Bell resolution, big. Sub total resolution. Sailors go through the course of the vessel. Submarine crew. Shower. Living room, Cook cuts in kitchen. Sailors eat officers at the meeting. Dwarf puppet mascot.
02. Frankfurt: book fair exhibition grounds with people. Drifter with a guitar. Books. Exhibition stands. Triangular book is expanded. Volumes of de Gaulle, Kiesinger, Helmut Schmidt, Franz Josef Strauß. Big shot girls face as a spectator.
03. Mannheim: cultural film week award "German youth film award", great. Audience award. Esterer in the audience, great. Dr. Wiers at presentation of the youth film award for "Children's games". Esterer receives award for "A life for Germany". Slapping people.
04. Cambridge: Prince Charles is Student Prince Charles is greeted on arrival. Photographers. Charles is a student of archaeology and anthropology through classrooms. Close-up of Charles.
05. Munich: Baby swimming 6-month-old babies are pulled out and handed in to swimming in the water. Baby swims, goes down and comes up again. Baby after swimming on mother's arm.
06. German youth prisons young prisoners go in a row prison report - in court. Inmates in old-fashioned braid making factory and blacksmith workshops. Handball game. Corridor of the prison in Schwäbisch Hall. Prisoner is bed in solitary confinement. Prisoner is sitting at table. Community cell. Prisoners lie on beds. Modern penitentiary in Wiesbaden-Dotzheim. Modern bright cell with personal furnishings, washbasins, books. Looking through the lattice on Court. Houses of the prison block. Bright classroom. Prisoners read in library. Workshop with modern machines. Statistics of education of juvenile prisoners. Institute Director Dr Bush gives Mr Hansen interview about the juvenile justice, big, o-ton: "rather we must use the education for it, i.e. do the things, which the young person has not reached in his previous life and not get." - "how the young people responded to your efforts?" - "a young person is receptive and grateful for all forms of educational activities and we can prove in a number of cases ", that succeeded in the reintegration into society and that educational and training activities of the Institute have resulted in a social classification." Guard goes beyond prison hallway.
07. Munich: Go-Kart race to the ADAC Cup Go-Kart drivers on the track. Driving through curves. Characters are provided for the driver from the edge of the track. Winner goes through the target and receives laurel wreath.
08th Pardubice: Horse racing Auditorium, total. Race. Horses jump over obstacles. Jump and crash in ZL. Reiterlose horses in the race. Jockey crashes during jump, ZL. Jump over the moat. 2 horses plunge and can no longer stand up. Czech favorite Izrael crashes the last obstacle. Russian horses WINS.
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Sachindex Wochenschauen; Libraries; Books; Honors; Bells; Higher education; Interviews; Justice; cameramen, cameramen; Children; Education, youth; filmmaking; Women, mothers; motor sports; Photographers; Horse riding, horse racing (without harness); Shipping; Ships; Swimming; Spoprt-Ehrungen; diving; Art; Men; Mascot; People; Crime; Listener; Jobs; Astrology; Exhibitions; Viewers and audience; Sports honors; 14 find book new German newsreel slow motion
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Die Zeit unter der Lupe 925/1967
Neue Deutsche Wochenschau (Other title)
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- Federal Republic of Germany
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- Title brand information "Resolution" (submarine) origin: Pathé news Frankfurt book fair camera: Luppa cultural film award camera: L., rough Prince Charles i. Trinity College origin: Pathé news baby swimming camera: Rau under the magnifying glass of German juvenile justice camera: L. sport Go-Kart Racing camera: Rau, summer Pardubice, horse racing origin: CSR A and E
Prince Charles’ 70th Birthday (* November 14, 1948)
He is the “perpetual heir apparent” of the British royal family: His Royal Highness Prince Charles Philip Arthur George, Prince of Wales, Duke of Cornwall and Earl of Chester, Duke of Rothesay, Prince and Great Steward of Scotland—just to name a few of his many titles. Born on November 14, 1948 as the eldest son of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip he initially takes the second place in the line of succession. But when his mother ascends to the throne he moves up to the top spot at the age of four. From that moment on he is raised in preparation for his future position. Unlike his predecessors Charles is not educated by tutors at the palace. Instead he attends a number of private schools such as the boarding schools Cheam and Gordonstoun and the Australian Timbertop. In 1967 he is admitted to Cambridge’s Trinity College where he reads archeology and anthropology, later on he switches to history and graduates in 1970.
From early childhood on he exercises representative duties, accompanies his parents to public events and on trips abroad. He attends the opening of parliament and is named honorary Colonel-in-Chief of the Royal Regiment of Wales. In 1969, at the age of 20, his investiture is held at Caernarvon Castle, where his mother finally bestows him with the insignia of the Prince of Wales, making him the official heir-apparent and committing him to the lifelong allegiance to the queen.
During his 66-year wait for the throne Charles has been performing his royal duties, he is patron to a number of charity organizations, he founded the Prince’s Trust in 1976, which supports disadvantaged youth and young adults to get their lives on track, is committed to environmentalism and climate protection, sustainable design and ecological agriculture. In light of the vigorous health of Elizabeth II and the popularity of his eldest son William, it remains to be seen whether the longest-serving heir-apparent in the history of the British monarchy will ever get to wear the royal crown.
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