Die Zeit unter der Lupe 959/1968 11.06.1968
01 Ratzeburg: eighth rowing to the Gillette Cup start. Rowers in the race, half-close. Viewers with binoculars. It leads the Germany aft. 2 Russian boats overtake the German boat. Vilnius is in front of Moscow across the finish line. 3. boot from the United States against Germany. Russian team at award ceremony. Kiss for athletes. Reporter is located next to the boat in the water. Level copying of the inlet of the Germany United States boats.
02. Plymouth: A man Atlantic regatta sailors rises mast sailing boat. Sailors on board. The German Claus Hehner, great to ride. Swivel boat. Claus Hehner gives interview about difficulties of a man ride, o-ton: "I'm on board not only the swift, but I am Navigator, I am, I have to Cook, I must perform small repairs and between all the sailors should sailboat mast rises." Sailors on board. The German Claus Hehner, great to ride. Swivel boat. Claus Hehner gives interview about difficulties of a man ride, o-ton: "I'm on board not only the swift, but I'm Navigator, I am, have to Cook, I must perform small repairs and between all of this, I need to sleep even I can do this only in small slices, so no more than 1 ½ hours and then I have to get back on deck. Condition is surely an excellent physical condition, i.e. you have to train so long before being fit, you have to forgo many things, you must of course have a great navigational experience smoking, alcohol, further. A key factor is the moral course, i.e., and. so the will to endure, even if it's not hard."-"how you see yourself, your chances?"-"if we have very queasy winds and a wonderful summer, then "Max" not much is in there for such a hard mett er boat like mine; If but the wind with 5, 6 or 7, then I can against anmarschieren well and have opportunities so sure." Bunk and small kitchen on board. Maps and navigation instruments. Sailing on the sea.
03. Mexico City: German social work aerial photography Mexico City. Giant Street crossing. Home of the German social work. Mexicans in Office hours. Medical examination. Patient receives syringe. Patient in bed. Child is examined. Infant on examination table. Mothers in sewing course, lesson and cooking class. Women receive donations. Aerial sports facilities Mexico City.
04. Georgia: Soviet children Ballet mountain stream flows. Children dance trick: Georgian dances of children. Dance teacher gives instructions. Presence of children. Drummer beats on drum, big.
05. Hamburg: photo exhibition "Europe photo 68" visitors in the photo exhibition of the amateurs. Photos: Old man, Hochgestreckte arms, sports team with filthy faces, old woman, soldier boots, soldiers flowers in hands keep lowered eyes mouth protection in the hands of Russian ship bow, reindeer herd, surgical instruments, man, with cigar, flower, child eye then head of Bulldog.
06. Robert Kennedy assassination close-up of Robert Kennedy. American flag blowing at St. Patrick's Cathedral. Americans stand in long queue in front of the Cathedral and parade past the casket. Robert Kennedy on the lectern, Robert Kennedy to Ethel. Robert Kennedy kneeling at the grave of his brother's in Arlington. The Ambassador Hotel. Robert Kennedy to Ethel surrounded by people. Lying on the ground after assassination attempt. The assassin. McCarthy's mass for the dead. Johnson goes to the mass of the dead. Young Negress, great. Old Negress, great. Coffin is carried from the Church. Edward Kennedy on the coffin. Rose Kennedy, Ethel Kennedy and children walk behind the coffin. People on railroad tracks during transfer in train. Boy wears American flag. Burial in Arlington. Capitol at night.
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Sachindex Wochenschauen; Interviews; Children; Flags; Women, mothers; musical instruments; Night; Reviews; Rowing; Schools, training; Sailing; Sports details, fouls; Spoprt-Ehrungen; sports audience, sports spectator; Townscapes: Asia; Cities: South America; Dance; Deaths, funerals; Kissing, kissing scenes; Medicine; Welfare, aid agencies, care; aerial photographs; Assassinations; Exhibitions; Buildings in North America; Sports honors; 14 find book new German newsreel slow motion
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Die Zeit unter der Lupe 959/1968
Neue Deutsche Wochenschau (Other title)
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- Title brand sports eighth row, Ratzeburg camera: fire, Jürgens, Rühe Circumnavigator portrait u. Start camera: Jürgens origin: Pathé news focus on social work i. Mexico origin: Mexico, archive current bars Soviet. Kids Ballet origin: Sovkino enlarged photo EXH. i. Hamburg camera: fire time show Robert Kennedy assassination origin: Pathé news, vis news, archive A and E
Robert Kennedy Assassination (June 5, 1968)
In the night of June 5th Robert F. Kennedy is critically injured during an assassination in Los Angeles. Only a few hours earlier the Democratic Party’s presidential candidate had won the primaries in California. Kennedy celebrates his victory at his campaign headquarters in the Hotel Ambassador. Later that night there is a press conference in the hotel. Kennedy takes a shortcut through the kitchen, where the young Palestinian immigrant Sirhan Sirhan fires several shots at him. A day later the 42-year old politician succumbs to his injuries.
It is assumed that Sirhan’s motive was his growing anger over Bobby Kennedy’s pro-Israel remarks. The perpetrator had left behind a note that said that the New York senator had to die before June 5, which was the first anniversary of the Six-Day War. Due to contradictions about the actual circumstances of the crime--not unlike in the murder of his brother John F. Kennedy five years earlier—there are numerous speculations and conspiracy theories, lasting until today. One of them claims, that the CIA had a hand in the assassination in order to save the country from a politician they deemed too liberal.
“RFK” does in fact criticize President Johnson’s Vietnam policies, and he is actively opposed to racial discrimination and social inequality, all of which makes him a bearer of hope for young people, students and African and Hispanic Americans. In this faithful year of 1968 his death adds yet more tremor to the already torn and traumatized United States.