Deutschlandspiegel 424/1990 1990

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01 inner German border the inner German border along the river Elbe. Elbe ferry creates. People wave. GDR citizens visiting the Federal Republic. From Dresden train station.
Actuality Trabbi snakes East Germans rolling westward. Crossing points. Family reunion. GDR frontier Büstedt. Border crossing. Büstedt welcomes all neighbors. People go across border. GDR border town Oebisfelde.
Mrs o dance on the street. East German visitors in Lübeck. Boxed will be distributed.
(120 m) 02. ship construction the fastest ship in the world of Corsair on the sea. Ride the catamaran experimental hovercraft. Cockpit of the ferry. Volcano shipyard. Shipyard workers. Ship construction. Design Office with computer screen. High-tech production. Streamlined hulls are being developed. Marine propeller. Launching the Olau Britannia.
(59 m) 03 helpers local German development service hospital in Kibuye in Rwanda. Young African woman, great. Patients wait. Sick is carried on stretcher. German doctor Hans Jürgen trims in health business with ruandesischen colleagues. Crowded 饺子馆 waiting room. Investigation. Dr. trims at the wheel of his car when driving through terrain to the medical outpost. Vaccination. Dr. the staff about the use of antibiotics teaches trims. Operation.
(71 m) 04 Weiberfastnacht in Cologne women dance on the street. The Carnival Prince opened the street carnival. Female clown masks. Marie Luise Nikuta, Carnival singer, sings. Sisters - real or false? Swaying. Carousel in front of Cologne Cathedral. Schunkellieder beat and pop. Kehraus on Ash Wednesday. Broom sweeps up debris on the road.
(66 m) 05. Hamburg: HSV - 1 FC Cologne 0-2 HSV boys with footballs run around the lawn of the people's Park Stadium. Spectators wave flags. Game scenes. Cologne before the HSV gate. Uncovering Defender Greiner shoots 1-0 in the 22nd minute. Goalkeeper Golz stretches in vain. ZL repeat gate camera. HSV counter. Defense parades Golz. 2. Halftime: Cologne player in the Hamburg penalty area. ZL denied by the post. Shot on goal 2:0 for Cologne. Jubilation. Game scenes. Advertisement: Shell with M 2000 - Meltaler source - sharp - Nova - Holsten.
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Schiffbau; Werft; Fastnacht; Innerdeutsche Grenze; development aid; Sachindex Wochenschauen; 1989- (seit deutscher Wiedervereinigung); Football; 01 16 mm project; 10 finding book Germany mirror

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Deutschlandspiegel 424/1990

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Federal Republic of Germany

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1990
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1990

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30th Anniversary of Fall of the Wall (November 9, 1989)

After having separated the people in East and West Berlin for more than 28 years the Berlin Wall falls on the night of November 9. This historical event was preceded by several waves of departure over the previous months. The people of East Germany took to the streets and demanded freedom of travel. To prevent the GDR from haemorrhaging the politburo finally feels it has no other option but to offer new departure and visa terms. At a press conference on the evening of November 9 Günter Schabowski, the speaker of the SED central committee reads from a paper, the content of which is unknown to him: It concerns the new travel regulations. The regulation is supposed to become effective the day after, but when a journalist asks the unprepared Schabowski he responds: “Effective immediately!”

Once these legendary words are aired on television more and more curious people rush to the Berlin border crossings.  Overwhelmed by the throng of people the border guards end up opening the barriers. By midnight all the border checkpoints to West Berlin are open. Within a few hours tens of thousands of people flock to West Berlin. Strangers hug, champagne corks pop, honking Trabis roll down Ku’damm. A moment in history.

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