Die Zeit unter der Lupe 952/1968 23.04.1968
1st Athens: National day in Greece Greek landscape. The new Greek leaders Lieutenant General Zoitakis and Papadopoulos on the national day. Parade. Military vehicles. Motorcycle column. Tank. Leaders remove parade. People clap. Military vehicles. Aircraft. Soldiers marching with flags.
02. Wolfsburg: Farewell to Professor Heinrich Nordhoff facing workers and employees of the VW factory building. You parade in a long train on the coffin of Nordhoffs past. Review: Nordhoff is awarded with order. Nordhoff with bouquet in celebration. The 1,000,000 VW runs off the Assembly line. Nordhoff in Assembly Hall. He walks alone through the empty Hall from behind. Flowered coffin will be driven on VW. VW motorcade goes behind the coffin.
03. Rhöndorf: death day wear Konrad Adenauer soldiers wreaths to the grave. Family members facing the grave. Lübke, Kiesinger, Gerstermaier at the grave, total. Choir boys pass by the grave. Boy prays before the Tomb.
04. Noordwijk: European Space Centre building in the Space Center. Young women and men in front of character tables. Satellite under construction. Assembly halls. Euro satellite ESRO 1 is being tested. Computer road test. Data are evaluated.
05. Munich: HEOS A - the first satellite from Germany drawing of the satellite. Scientists in Junker works in construction. Production of fittings for the German stage of the Europa rocket. Solenoid valves and fuel regulator. Electrical wiring diagrams. Satellite HEOS is tested on Shaker grate. Technicians in protective clothing during installation.
06. England: dive sled C Skate man lies on shallow dive sled and pulled by motor boat. It swims on the slide over and under water. Drive through water in the Very much restless moving diving slide.
07. Czechoslovakia: plane sits unpowered man seated on three wheels. About him screw by helicopter. Car attracts flying sleigh, which rises and goes forth from behind the car and lands again.
08. Augsburg: Volleyball - West Europe Cup: Holland - Finland 3-0 game of the two teams in ZL. Referee whistles. Game on the net. Judges record penalty points. Game scenes in ZL. After victory, the Dutch players wear their coach on their shoulders.
09 Germany welcomes Johnny Hallyday Johnny Hallyday girl tour with kiss and flowers. Close-up of Johnny Hallyday girl with a wide hat. Johnny Hallyday sings in appearance. Wild gestures with the microphone. Hallyday in the break with his band before beer Stein. He's eating sauerkraut. Hallyday sings "Bonny and Clyde". Ecstatic speech. Hallyday lies with microphone on the ground. Bright lights dark.
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Adenauer, Konrad ; Gerstenmaier, Eugen ; Hallyday, Jonny ; Kiesinger, Kurt ; Lübke, Heinrich ; Papadopoulos ; Zoitakis
CSSR ; Athens ; Rhöndorf ; Noordwijk ; Munich ; Wolfsburg ; England ; Germany ; Augsburg
Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Youth ; Musical events ; Parades ; Rockets ; Satellite ; Shipping ; Ships ; Sports details, fouls ; Diving, diver ; Technology ; Deaths, funerals ; Volleyball ; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen ; Anniversaries, Jubilees, birthdays ; Time hotels ; Technology ; 14 find book new German newsreel slow motion
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Die Zeit unter der Lupe 952/1968
Neue Deutsche Wochenschau (Other title)
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- Federal Republic of Germany
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- Title brand information of Greek independence day origin: Athens Nordhoff parade i. Wolf Castle camera: fire origin: archive, NDW Adenauer death tag camera: Luppa technology Holländ. Space Center origin: Polygoon satellite HEOS (Junkers) camera: Rau sports water sports for divers origin: Pathe news hang-gliding in the CSSR origin: DEFA volley-ball camera: rough Spotlight Jonny Hallyday concert camera: Luppa, Jackson A, and E
Johnny Hallyday’s 5th Death Anniversary († December 6, 2017)
Johnny Hallyday is a legend in his native France. The musician popularized rock'n'roll in France and embodied the rebellion of the 1960s like no other. Until his death, he remained one of the biggest stars in French show business.
Born in Paris in 1943 as Jean-Philippe Smet, he was raised by his aunt, who toured Europe with her daughters as "Les Hallydays". He took music and acting lessons and soon hit the stage himself. Inspired by his idol Elvis Presley, he sang French cover versions and adaptations of US hits. In 1960 he signed a record contract. His songs got more and more airplay on the radio and Hallyday had his first television appearance. While the established media initially reacted downright hostile to his music, his French beat music soon advanced made him the king of the "Yéyé generation". Later he also wrote numerous chansons and released critically acclaimed concept albums. Over the course of his career he released 80 albums, including 51 studio albums, as well as 165 singles. He sold more than 100 million records, many of which reached diamond, platinum or gold status. He earned ten Victoires de la Musique, both for his music as well as for his terrific live shows. The hard worker completed almost 200 tours and played around 3,500 concerts, during which he also filled entire stadiums several days in a row. He performed his biggest show on the occasion of his 40th stage anniversary in front of more than half a million listeners. Hallyday also worked as an actor, shooting with directors such as Jean-Luc Godard, Costa-Gavras, Patrice Leconte and Claude Lelouch.
All the reports of drug and alcohol excesses, tax evasion, divorces, and rape allegations didn’t do much damage to the reputation of this national hero.
When "the voice of France" died from complications due to cancer at the age of 74, President Macron ordered a funeral procession that went from the Arc de Triomphe via the Champs-Elysées to the church of La Madeleine, with around one million people bidding their beloved singer farewell.