01 Kasettenfilme to enable owners of television sets in the near future, to design their own programs. The German radio exhibition conveys interesting impressions of this new form of entertainment their 500,000 visitors in Düsseldorf. The comprehensive offer of the exhibition ranged from the car radio to the stereo system from the TV until the complete Studio Setup.
02. Yugoslavia Staatsprädident Tito visited the Federal Republic of Germany for the first time. On Castle Röttgen at Cologne he meets several hours exchange views with Chancellor Brandt.
03. many countries in Africa, Latin America and Asia get German development aid for 10 years about the "German Foundation for developing countries". Experts from around the world who had come to Berlin for the 10th anniversary of the Foundation, said Federal Minister Eppler about the principles of German development policy.
24l The "Finkenwarder Speeldeel" is a hamburger folklore group, which each year invites costume groups from abroad to a "Festival of Nations". On the City Hall Square, the groups tasting European traditions give the passers-by.
05. the federal capital Bonn celebrates this year 200. Ludwig van Beethoven's birthday. Its historical shape has been given in recent years after a thorough renovation, again the birthplace of Beethoven's in the Bonngasse. The collection of paintings, prints and documents could be extended to decrease Originalparttituren, manuscripts and objects from the personal possession of the composer.
06. Walter Gropius, the founder of the State Bauhaus in Weimar, Dessau later, and world-famous architect built a porcelain factory, which has become an object of study for architects from all over the world the functional aesthetics and organic unity in Selb in Bavaria. The completion of Thomas glass factory in Amberg has not seen Gropius. It was the last industrial building of this groundbreaking architects.
07 in the Werra Valley near Hannoversch Münden, the German Water Ski Championships are discharged this year. The athletes reach behind the 250 HP strong boats speeds up to 110 km per hour.
German radio exhibition in Düsseldorf. 500,000 visitors were confronted on the exhibition of the international radio and television industry with the electronic age. Optimism Association of producers and consumers. The fear that man could be someday helplessly at the mercy of a total information system, was ousted. The cassette promises the big business of the seventies.
To the stereo, the TV up to the complete Studio setup the offer ranges from from the car radio. The electronics Duesseldorf showcase offered no new technical sensations. Proven models have been improved and refined.
The hasty said dead radio remains popular - especially as bags and luggage unit. In the television market, the trend is clear: Although television are almost four times as expensive as the black - white appliances, the triumph of the color is not stopped. In Bonn, Chancellor Brandt received a visitor from Eastern Europe: Yugoslavia's President Tito made stopover in Bonn after his State visit in Belgium. It was Tito's first visit to Germany after the second world war.
Yugoslavia head of State, which proclaimed as one of the first the political principle of the Alliance and nonalignment, maintains his relations with the West. On Castle Röttgen Chancellor Brandt and Marshal Tito agreed: in the shadow of the super powers the small and medium-sized States can hope to see only a secure future, when the relationship between East and West in a relaxed.
The fight against hunger and poverty has become the problem number 1 in the world. The "third world"countries must win connection to science and technology of the highly industrialized countries. At the beginning of the 2nd Decade of German development aid, said Federal Minister Eppler in Berlin. For many years, and the Federal Republic helps developing countries in their quest for economic and social progress. Experts from all over the world came to Berlin for the 10th anniversary of the "German Foundation for developing countries". Gerhard Eppler, Federal Minister for economic cooperation, called the principle of German development aid for their second decade: "Development policy to even more than before the peoples help to help themselves."
On the subsequent panel discussion, experts from several recipient countries exchanged their experiences over the previous development aid. General tenor: loans and supplies may be connected to impose any. "Please understand that it is easier for me to enforce more development aid in this people, when I hear not only from you, that all this is so dog miserable."
In the language laboratory of the Foundation, experts and managers from developing countries with the German language are made familiar for 10 years.
The seminars discussed so far 3,500 professionals from 90 countries on development assistance.
The Federal Republic's aid in the future new focuses. The education and training of young people from developing countries in Germany is one of them. In Berlin machine enterprises, foreign Stipendaten receive specialist training.
The German development aid has set three objectives for the next decade: industries to develop, to create jobs and to improve the food situation. The Federal Republic has so far provided 43 billion marks, to eliminate the dangerous gap between rich and poor countries.
6. They were guests in Hamburg: singer and traditional dancer from eight European countries. They met at the invitation of the Hamburg-based folklore group "Finkenwarder Speeldeel" to the traditional "Festival of the Nations". On the City Hall Square, they gave a taste of European nationhood to passersby. It began with a Dutch costume group.
Guests from England.
The traditional dancers from Oslo showed a Norwegian peasant dance.
The small folklore show in Hamburg's City ended with a group of Irish dance. For a week, the 200 costumes dancers were guests in Hamburg families. Next year, they come back to demonstrate on their way for friendship.
Bonn on the Rhine, capital of the Federal Republic of Germany.
In a city of barely touch modernity and tradition so abruptly as in Bonn, the old civil service and university town, which took over after the second world war the capital role suddenly fallen to her only hesitantly and then decided.
The University. The Town Hall.
This year, the Federal Capital celebrates the birthday of its greatest son: 200 years ago was born in Bonn, Ludwig van Beethoven and baptized December 17, 1770, probably one day after his birth.
The birthplace of the great composer was renovated from the ground up on the occasion of the commemorative year of the Beethoven and restored to its original, historical State.
The collection of paintings, prints and documents was extended by valuable original scores, manuscripts and objects from the personal possession of the composer. Can't manufactured for Beethoven. Now is also the piano last used by Beethoven. Nearly 100,000 people visited the birthplace of the man the world owes timeless music in 1970.
Motion, colors, shapes. In the southern town of Selb, Walter Gropius, world-renowned architect and founder of the German Bauhaus school, built a porcelain factory for Rosenthal, which has since become meeting point for industry architects from all over the world. Function-related aesthetic and organic unity of the building down to the smallest detail - so experts mark the factory in Selb.
Not a Gropius building without a social component: a greenhouse with tropical birds and plants in the middle of the workplace, a relaxation room and information center stimulate staff by architectural means.
The completion of its last industrial building no longer experienced Gropius. His widow came to the dedication of the Thomas glassworks Amberg in the Upper Palatinate, with the ground-breaking architect finished his life's work. The Abdul call the new factory of "Cathedral" - a term that Gropius used 51 years ago, to describe an architecture, surpassed the human work creatively. Economy glass is produced predominantly Abdul factory. The strong heat radiation of the furnaces tempered Gropius by walls, which can be opened wide.
Glass and porcelain - maybe also these materials have inspired Gropius to this unusual industrial buildings.
German Water Ski Championships in the Werra Valley near Hannoversch Münden. The perfect balance of the nylon rope decided on titles that are increasingly popular among enthusiast.
Slalom - one of the three prescribed competition disciplines. The 23-metre line, the runner must drive around 6 buoys.
Every time the speed increased, in the third, the rope also shortened: the runners reach 100-kilometers-pace.
Best on the wet runway: Karl-Heinz Benzinger. He became German Champion in the slalom and jumping.
Jumping is the hardest water skiing discipline. The boat engine moves the runners across the table with 250 HP. Not everyone is going through the cracks: strength and body control are needed to get through a practice now 20,000 Germans to devote.
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Benzinger, Karl Heinz ; Bahr, Egon ; Brandt, Willy ; Eppler, Erhard ; Scheel, Walter ; Tito, Josip ; Beethoven ; Gropius, Walther
Berlin ; Bonn ; Düsseldorf ; Hamburg ; Hannoversch Münden ; Lomé ; Rottweil ; Selb ; Selb-Amberg
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