Deutschlandspiegel 464/1993 1993


01. meet Kohl/Clinton in the United States of 40 years of German-American relations Washington cityscape. Right of way Helmut Kohl outside the White House. Guard soldier, great. Flag guard command. Call Kohl and Clinton. Close-up of Clinton, on the side.
black and white: The rubble of Germany, distribution of Carepaketen, Berlin airlift, 1953: Adenauer in the United States. Waving when driving through town. Meeting with Eisenhower. Rock 'n' roll dance. Berlin wall 1961 U.S. tank on the border. John F. Kennedy in Berlin cheered.
Color: Ronald Reagan in Berlin actuality: "Mr. Gorbachev - open this gate!"
Jubilation. Fall of the wall. The Brandenburg Gate. Celebration of reunification in Berlin. German flag.
How is Germany today judged by America? The United States Ambassador to Bonn, Robert M. Kimmitt quote: "the Federal Republic is founded on a solid democratic foundation. And I believe that this democracy in the future will be even stronger because the German people understand that tolerance is a fundamental characteristic of a modern democracy. - But neither Germany nor America can go alone in a new world order. So we need to work very closely. Germany is a close partner of the United States."
At a press conference in Washington, Bill Clinton speaks interview (translation): "when will make the people around the world better, the United States and Germany must cooperate even more closely with each other. Particularly with regard to the tasks in the North Atlantic Alliance, the EC and of the CSCE in Europe. Germany is a factor of stability that meets the challenges of our world with new initiatives. -In these tasks I could wish no better partner than Kohl and the German people."
When Helmut Kohl press conference interview: "it was an intense and friendly conversation. In German, there is no word for it, that you can translate well with the term ' the chemistry is right '. They have introduced it here - I like to record it - it is in fact true. The German-American relations are even as important, so important 30 years ago today for us in Germany, and especially for me."
(166 m, 10:00:25 10:06:20) 02. Berlin: realism exhibition images, large, realistic: old woman, 2 boys, boy monkey, portraits, Marilyn Monroe, and husband mirror. Sculptures. Exhibition visitors in the Gropius-Bau. Berlin Kurfuerstendamm with Memorial Church. Mathias Koeppel, realist of the Berlin scene, o-ton: "realism nowadays is so nothing special, that realism is an eternal principle. The realism was pushed just a little into the background by the many art fashions, which existed in the 20th century and that huddle again with great power forward. "Realism is not only: something depicting what it can, recognize it is also our reality in which we live, to interpret and to deal with it."
(65 m, 10:06:15 10:08:35) 03. New transport concepts in Lübeck and Lübeck, Holstentor Oberstdorf. Statdbild. The houses of the old town. Lot of car traffic in the streets. Exhaust gases from exhaust. Crocus lawn. Revocation of old town at the weekend. Man is blocking signs. Pedestrian traffic. Bus. Bicycle road. Oberstdorf long shot. Electric bus drives. Map with marked car-free zone of the city centre. People get on car parking lot and continue with electric bus.
Visitors and visitor interview: "I find it very good. Above all it is: go here for 20 years. We often had trouble with parking. And this is very cool, I find prima." "Yes, I like that. You can go shopping in peace and not constantly have to watch whether a car coming; You can run even on the road."
Mayor o-ton: "we have had a frequency by an average of 20 people per trip last fall. However, we make at the moment. the finding that in winter the car driver but harder to motivate is, to leave the comfortable car to get into the E-bus"
E bus through narrow streets. Full moon in the night sky.
(77 m, 10:08:30 10:11:20) 04. Eastern band: the Princes appearance of the band. The five young men playing ball in the Park. Quintet sings in the choir. Four of these five musicians were choirboys at the Thomanern. Tour. Skat game in bus. Loading/unloading of the sound system. Fans clap in appearance. Light sparklers.
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Gorbatchev’s 90th Birthday (* March 2, 1931)

Gorbatchev is only 54 years old when he takes over the leadership of the rather geriatric central committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union. His Glasnost and Perestroika policies make him famous the world over. By opening up systematically to the population and by setting in motion a radical political and economic transformation, Gorbachev subjected the crisis-ridden Soviet Union to a fundamental reform process.

He also pursues a strategy of "new thinking" in his foreign policy. He withdraws Soviet troops from Afghanistan, thereby ending a war that has been going on since 1979. He negotiates nuclear disarmament agreements with the United States and arranges a rapprochement between the two great powers. He abandons the Brezhnev Doctrine and grants full sovereignty to Warsaw Pact member states - a move that leads to nonviolent revolutions in most Eastern Bloc countries within months and sets the stage for German reunification.

Abroad he is celebrated as a hero for his role in ending the Cold War and awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1990, but at home opposition grows.

Although the attempted coup failed in August 1991, Gorbachev was effectively deprived of power. When he resigns a few months after the official dissolution of the USSR, the red flag over the Kremlin is taken down forever. To this day he is reviled in his homeland as a "traitor" and as a gravedigger of the Soviet empire.

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