Die Zeit unter der Lupe 1006/1969 06.05.1969
01. Hannover Fair pan across the Fairgrounds, total. Drive small bearing trucks. Excavator. Rolleiflex, great. Camera, flash light. Fireproof dish. Demonstration of the electronic industry.
02. Prime Minister visits troops on the border of Golda Meir front by force is off. Golda Meir talks with soldiers. Dayan, great. Golda Meir and Dayan at dinner.
03. Alain Poher lays wreath at the tomb of the unknown soldier down election posters. Election results after referendum. Alain Poher lays down the wreath at the tomb of the unknown soldier. Couve de Murville enters buildings, half close Alain Poher, surrounded by photographers. Map of electoral districts in France.
04. 60th birthday of Queen Juliana standing terrace Vollenhoven with son Mauritz on the arm. Irene, Margriet, Prince Hugo. Pan to Bernhard, Juliane, Amsberg, Willem Alexander, Beatrix with Friso on the arm, Christina. Passing girl Chapel. 60. Juliana, big flower bed. Alexander Kiss Mauritz. Man brings little lamb as a gift. Alexander is running and falling down the stairs, will be lifted by Irene. Juliana, Bernhard, Amsberg, Beatrix, Alexander drive in the car.
05. Holland: mass examination for contractors examinees with sign boards enter into mass Hall. Examinees drawing of the construction drawings. Female specimen. Faces at the drawing size.
06. Art-happening Salvadore Dali throng of artist types. Dali in the crowd, half-close. Dali painting young man in perforated pants color. Young man sits down on canvas. Color prints as paintings.
07. Munich: Election of Mister and Miss Germany swivel about candidate in evening dress. Hem is disconnected. Painting of eyeliner, great. Make-up. Stop hair part. Applicants in swimsuit. Curtain opens. Muscle men. Applicants for the title of Mister Germany let Flex muscles at screening. Winner Daniel Ulbrich will receive the trophy. Members of the jury: Petra Schürmann, Christian Howland, girl in evening dress on stage and in swimsuit. Winner Miss Germany Gesine Froese.
08 Hamburg: HSV - Borussia M'gladbach 2 0 monks game, total. Half close, viewers in the people's Park Stadium. HSV striker with a storm door. Storms Günter Netzer / monks Gladbach. Defense of goalkeeper Girschkowski. Parade of goalkeeper Kamil / monks Gladbach. Spectators cheer on, great. Charly Dörfel storms and shoots 1:0 pan of HSV flags. A spectator wearing headscarves. Laughing spectators with glasses. Goalkeeper Girschkowski keeps ZL, loses the ball and attacks after. Gaping spectators. 2-0 shot into the empty goal shortly before the end of the game. Spectators clap, half-close.
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Beatrice von Holland; Bernhard von Holland; Christina von Holland; Amsberg von, Claus; Couve de Murville; Dajan, Mosché; Dali, Salvatore; Friso von Amesberg; Fröse, Gesine; Howland, Chris; Hugo Carlos von Spanien; Irene von Holland; Juliana von Holland; Margriet von Holland; Mauritz von Holland; Meir, Golda; Poher, Alain; Schürmann, Petra; Ulbrich, Dittmar; Vollenhoven; Willem-Alexander von Holland; Dörfel, Charly Bernd; Girschkowski; Kleff, Wolfgang; Netzer, Günter
Sachindex Wochenschauen; Industry; Football; Musical events; beauty care; beauty pageants; Schools, training; sports audience, sports spectator; Technology; wreath stoppages; Art; Kissing, kissing scenes; People; Military; Military events; Elections; Exhibitions; construction; Entertainment, festivals; Gastronomy; Anniversaries, Jubilees, birthdays; Industrial; Military; Technology; 14 find book new German newsreel slow motion
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- Hannover Messe camera: Rieck, Wiers, Zimpel Golda Meir in israel. Troops home: Pathé news Alain Poher lays wreath at the Arc de Triomphe down origin: Eclair 60th birthday Queen Juliana origin: [...]
Mass engineering exam in Holland origin: Polygoon art Happenig Salvadore Daling origin: Eclair Munich: choice v. Miss and Mr. Germany camera: Pahl, Rau Rau HSV Borussia monks Gladbach camera: Rühe, Brandes, Zakariah, Wiers beginning and end of total length
40th Anniversary of Golda Meir’s Death († December 8, 1978)
40 years after her death Golda Meir is considered one of the most significant as well as one of the most controversial figures in the history of Israel. Some consider her the charismatic and determined leader of the Zionist state, the caring mother of the nation, always striving for peace, cooperation and social justice. Others claim that her black and white thinking, her intransigency and her tough attitude towards the Arab neighbours has fuelled the violence in the Middle East and poisoned the relationship with the neighbours until today.
Born in 1898 as the daughter of a carpenter in the Belarusian town of Pinsk, her family flees from pogroms and poverty to the USA. Here she joins the socialist-Zionist youth movement. In 1921 she and her husband emigrate to Palestine. After spending two years in a Kibbutz and giving birth to her two children she joins the Israeli Workers’ organization Histradut and the labour party Mapai. She quickly moves up to management level and in 1946 she also starts managing the political department of the Jewish Agency. After the end of World War II Golda Meir begins to focus her work on the founding of a Jewish state. Following the UN resolution to separate Palestine, and in consideration of the resistance that was to be expected from the neighbouring Arab states she starts raising funds in the US for the paramilitary Haganah organization and holds secret negotiation talks with the Jordanian King Abdullah. On May 14, 1948 she is one of the signatories of the Israeli Declaration of Independence. During the war that would follow she is sent to Moscow as a plenipotentiary. One year later she is elected into the Knesset. First as labour minister (1949-1956), then as foreign minister (1956-1965). Under Ben Gurion her reputation is that of being the “only real man” in his cabinet.
At the age of 70 she finally becomes premier minister. It is in this function that she welcomes Willy Brandt as the first German Chancellor to Israel in 1973. They talk about a possible mediation in the middle-east conflict. An initially successful surprise attack by Egypt and Syria a few months later brings young Israel to the brink of collapse. Faced with massive criticism regarding her failings prior to the Yom-Kippur-War Golda Meir steps down from the office of premier minister. She dies in Jerusalem at the age of 80.