Deutschlandspiegel 161/1968 28.02.1968
1st Munich in the snow of Munich: Tram rides through archway, waiting passengers. Man sidewalk shoveling free with child, a snowbound cars. Snow is shovelled away. Mercedes driving in tunnels, old building with columns. A snowbound wheels, pist a stone lion, figures and letter boxes. Nun, half close, dog owners carry their dogs on a leash. Snow mountains in the city.
(10: 10:00 10:01:10) 02. circus ball ash Middle Franconia: circus wagon stand in the snow. Circus workers walk between their cars. Icicle front car window are removed with hand. A truck's tailgate is lowered. Lion behind bars. Lion rips the mouth on big. Bear behind bars, great. Man closes behind wood door. Camel, great. Horses eat in the stable, medium. Horse is stroked, close. Monkey behind bars, close. Dog stands in the snow (supervision).
(10:01:00 10:01:50) 3rd riding in Berlin Berlin: Germany Hall (price of Germany). Rider rides up. Rider on the course. Horse tears obstacle. Nelson Pessoa (Brazil) on Gran gesture on the course. Fritz Ligges rips obstacle on booze. Sand is hooked. Alwin Schockemöhle horse refuses to jump. In a playoff: Harvey Smith, England, took the course in 36.2 seconds, he rips an obstacle. Garciano Mancinelli, Italy, on water surfer, breaks barrier, Mancinelli wins through better time. Mancinelli and Smith at award ceremony, half-close.
(10:01:45 10:03:25) 04 green week Berlin: green week. Cyclists on track. Cheese balls. Cook stems in large pot. Spotted piglet drinking mother animal. Cheese stand. Fish in the box. Visitor eat something. Spotted piglet drinking mother animal. Young, close. Play piglet. Visitors. Wilhelmine Lübke receives a bouquet of flowers, in addition to their Heinrich Lübke. Exhibition stand supervision. Stacked fruit as a pyramid. That's few Lübke by exhibition. Cheese Lady, close. Lübke caresses cow. Child in arm. Two cows, big. Visitors before wine shelves. Exhibition site with visitors.
(10:03:20 10:04:10) 05 Käthe Kollwitz Federal Republic of Germany: photography, showing the Käthe Kollwitz. Kollwitz, close's signature. Portrait of Käthe Kollwitz. Visitors to the exhibition, paintings. Etchings and lithographs, including "Silesian weavers uprising". Photograph by Käthe Kollwitz, close.
(10:04:05 10:06:00) 06 Kiesinger in Rome Rome: Kiesinger and Brandt are received by President Sarragat. Kiesinger distributes gifts from the Sicilian earthquake zone. Boy with soccer and ball pump in hand. Child Get up scooter and is pushed. Vatican guard presents. Car is in front (supervision). He was going to the audience with the Pope Paul. Kiesinger waving, big. Pope Paul VI, size.. Handshake Kiesinger - Pope Paul VI, shot. Pope Paul VI. granted the blessing of German tourists in Rome.
(10:05:55 10:06:50) 07. Embassy in Paris Paris: renovated Palais Beauharnais (new home of the Ambassador of the Federal Republic). Saharan presented key Ambassador Klaiber, half-close. Lübke greeted de Gaulle on reception at the Embassy. Mrs Lübke and Mrs de Gaulle, half close from behind. De Gaulle, great. De Gaulle in addition to Lübke tour through the Embassy, close to half. Luxurious furnishings in the Empire style. Door opens.
(10:06:40 10:07:40) 08 toys - a, b Nuremberg trade fair: big eyes turn in fly agaric. Dog with young dogs in basket. Detailed dolls. Outgoing dog. Great figure. Propelled railway. Doll face with rotating eyes. Propelled railway. Racing: Jockey with horse. Turtle on leash. Doll sitting in car. Wood dog and duck with spinning reel. Bedtime with electric drive: cloth rises and falls. Funny trash after insertion of paper says ' many thank, in the background writing "Toy factory Eggenfelden".
(10:07:35 10:08:30) 09. Baby swimming Munich: Swivel about little boy with free float badge on the trunks. Children sit on the edge. Boy jumps with a plunge into the water. Dive to the bottom of the basin. Time is stopped. Child reappears. Infant swim. Boy, that's great. Children swim in the water. Two boys leave the pool. Boy kisses little girl in bathrobe.
(10:08:25 10:09:10) 10 Senckenberg Museum, Frankfurt: Senckenberg Museum, shot. Visitors flock to the entrance. Visitors look at animal skeletons. Giant dinosaur are presented like sculptures. A glacial sea turtle. Laboratory: Training technical assistants for natural history museums and universities. Lessons on the tuna. Fish is folded up. An Eidechsenzähner is prepared. Students draw skeletons. Two skulls, close. Hand draws. Visitors to the exhibition.
(10:09:05 10:11:35) 11. Sports - School a, b Munich: participants of sport check (private enterprises), founded by Otto Scheck bounce Sports Hall (supervision). Participants alternately pull legs into the air, run in a Crouch Hall, chord player sitting on the edge. Participants run on the outer edge of the foot, half close, jump up from the crouch. Horses run in the Hall. Riders sit on horses and ride according to their coach by Hall. Athletes sitting in the pub, looking through window pane in Tennis Hall. Couple playing tennis in the Hall. People on the escalator, woman holds skis on shoulder. Skier waiting in front of gondola. Feet in ski boots, great. Woman lights up cigarette. Shoes are laced. Skiers sitting in a train compartment, conductor will stamp card. Driving past snow-covered houses. Skiers wear skis on shoulders, screen. Skiers on the mountain. Downhill skiers. Several cross-country skiers.
(10:11:30 10:13:30) 12. Short ski - school North Bavaria: short ski school after Martin Puchler. Skiers wear short ski partner exercise. Legs on mini skis go downhill. Skiers hold hands and go together on mini skis mountain down (front). Skiers go mountain on short skis. Skier long ski jump in the air. Hock training. Downhill skiers go downhill on long skis.
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Reit-und Springturnier; Botschaft; Schneechaos; Spielwarenfachmesse; München; Ski-Langlauf; Grüne Woche; Palais Beauharnais (Paris); Sachindex Wochenschauen; Circus; Museum; Kunst, bildende; State visit; 01 16 mm project; 10 finding book Germany mirror
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75th Anniversary of Käthe Kollwitz’ Death († April 22, 1945)
The graphic artist and sculptor Käthe Kollwitz is one of the best known female German artists, owing much to her socio-critical and political work.
She is born in 1867 in Königsberg. Her liberal parents encourage her artistic gift from an early age on and enable her to go to art school. After marrying the physician Karl Kollwitz in 1891 she moves to Berlin with him. They live in the working class neighbourhood of Prenzlauer Berg. Witnessing the misery of the lower classes and her husband’s work as a public assistance doctor make her aware of the social injustices and determine her choice of subjects. The cycle of etchings called “A Weavers” Revolt” attracts a lot of attention when she participates at the Große Berliner Kunstausstellung for the first time in 1898. Her follow up work is a cycle of etchings called “The Peasant War”, for which she is awarded the first German art prize, the Villa-Romana-Prize.
When her son is killed on the battlefield early on in World War I Käthe Kollwitz undergoes a radical change from patriot to pacifist. She begins to work on the sculpture “The Grieving Parents” and won’t finish for another 18 years. Along with the pietà sculpture „Mother with her Dead Son“ that can be viewed at the Neue Wache in Berlin, „The Grieving Parents“ is considered the magnum opus of her sculptural work. After the war comes to an end she creates numerous sketches, lithographs and posters, including the “War” series, that consists of seven woodcuts and the famous poster “Never again War”, that address the sorrow that people went through at the time. In 1919 she is the first woman to become a member of the Prussian Academy of the Arts. Ten years later she is the first woman to receive the order of merit Pour le Mérite. After the National Socialists come to power the artist is left with no place to work or show her work. Shortly before the end of World War II she dies all alone and almost forgotten in Moritzburg. It takes many years before Kollwitz’ work receives new recognition. A comprehensive exhibit—the first one in decades—commemorates her 100th birthday.