Die Zeit unter der Lupe 996/1969 25.02.1969


01 Stuttgart: the cyclo-cross World Championship close-up Rolf Wolfshohl at the start. Cyclists at the start. Start. Ride through terrain, mountain, on muddy trails. Cyclists carry their bikes on the shoulder. Go stairs up with bike on the shoulder. Rolf Wolfshohl and Eric Devlaeminck lead. Wolf Hollow overtaken Devlaeminck. Driving down slope. Eric Devlaeminck goes with arms raised as winner by the target. Audience clapping. Award ceremony with Devlaeminck and Wolfshohl.

02. sport - luxury hotel in the French Alps people in swimming pool. Luxury building. Band is bisected at inauguration. Underground shopping street. Girl sitting in front of illuminated make-up mirror. Ski lift. Young couple in common food. Riding on a Skibob on slope.

03. Paris: Model of the highest viewing tower swivel model of 725 m high tower. Settings, revolving restaurant at the top. Load Center next to the tower. Photomontage. Tower behind the Arc de Triomphe on the Champs Elysee.

04. Duisburg: Inauguration of a 500 tons of truck-mounted crane workers with safety helmet. Settings of the giant crane. Winds rolled off, great. Tractor for transport of the wreath. Crane lifts 45 tons of pipe.

05. England: Bee Gee Maurice Gibb married Lulu fans umdrängen car. Maurice Gibb is the Church umdrängt by fans. People filling picture. Police shut off. Arrival of the bride of Lulu. Cameramen. Bride and groom outside the Church. Wedding kiss.

06. Saigon: SOS - Kinderdorf barbed wire. Children in children's village. Waving German flag. Inauguration of the village, great. Dr. Gmeiner, the founder of the village, great. Stand is trellis on arrival of the South Vietnamese Prime Minister. Houses in the village. Planting in gardening. Irrigation. Dr. Gmeiner between orphans. Wounded children are connected. Children in the school. Vietnamese teacher on board. Dance performance of children with masks. Baby rocking crib.

07. Nixon in Bonn and Berlin he was going next to Nixon. Nixon gets out of car and umdrängt of cheering people. Flags are waved. Cabinet meeting. He was in addition to Brandt, half-close. Nixon, half-close. Nixon entered the Chamber of the Bundestag. Cameras of the cameramen, screen-filling. Long shot of the Bundestag with Federal Eagle on front wall. Nixon speaks. The Federal Eagle. Band of the Federal Council. Wagon train in Berlin. People umdrängen the car. Nixon goes on the roof of his car with Kiesinger and contactor. Wall in the snow. Nixon, Brandt, contactor at the wall. Kiesinger, half-close. Nixon at Siemens. He shakes the hands of workers. Nixon speaks beside him contactor. Workers filling picture. Nixon speaks. Nixon waving next to Brandt and contactor.

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The Bee Gees ; Brandt, Willy ; Gibb, Maurice ; Gmeiner, Hermann ; Kiesinger, Kurt ; Lulu ; Nixon, Richard ; Schütz, Klaus ; Devlaeminck, Eric ; Wolfshohl, Rolf


France ; Paris ; Duisburg ; Saigon ; Bonn ; Berlin ; England ; Stuttgart


Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Border DDR/BRD, borders ; Trade, finance ; Higher education ; cameramen, cameramen ; Children ; Flags ; Research ; Photographers ; Police ; cycling ; beauty care ; Schools, training ; Ski, skiing, ski jumping ; Skibike ; Spoprt-Ehrungen ; sports audience, sports spectator ; State visits (inside) ; Dance ; Technology ; Kissing, kissing scenes ; Medicine ; People ; Military ; Currency ; Winter ; Economy ; Science ; Welfare, aid agencies, care ; Jobs ; Buildings in Europe ; construction ; Gastronomy ; Military ; Sports honors ; Technology ; 14 find book new German newsreel slow motion


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Die Zeit unter der Lupe 996/1969

Neue Deutsche Wochenschau (Other title)

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Stuttgart: the cyclo-cross World Championships origin: Fox building a French sports hotels origin: Pathé journal model of the highest Paris Tower origin: Eclair Duisburg: the world's largest car crane camera: Luppa wedding Bee Gee Maurice Gibb origin: Pathe news SOS Kinderdorf Viet Nam origin: Austria Nixon in Germany beginning and end total length

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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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