Editing: Annette Paulmann 01 50 years-20 July 1944 - memorial service and review - exhibition Washington (partially foreign material) SFB commemoration for the resistance fighters in Berlin Helmut Kohl interview: "the truth is that the July 20 was high point and endpoint of development beginning 1933 brought together men and women from the most different political directions in the fight against the rule of crime since Hitler's rise to power. People from all backgrounds, from the middle of our people were involved: commoners and nobles, trade unionists and officers, workers and diplomats, scholars and clergy. There were not many, but they were the best."
(10:00:26) DW photos by resistance fighters. Close-up of Sophie Scholl. Students attend the Memorial.
(10:01:20) Deutsche Welle exhibition with documentation of the German resistance in Washington. American visitor and American visitors recorded interview. Klaus of Dohnany actuality: "I believe that there is another thing to learn from these noble women and men. Keep yourself for a sensitive soul, particular when hard times come. "You may need it."
sw (10:02:35): review of Adolf Hitler. Briefing with Göring and generals. Führer Headquarters after assassination attempt.
DW close-ups resistance fighters including Stauffenberg.
(10:03:55) DW archive UFA 417 sw: trial before the people's Court and execution site.
(10:04:05) SFB commemoration. Helmut Kohl actuality: "intolerance and disregard of others may never have a chance in Germany."
Federal President Roman Herzog put down wreath.
(10:04:35) (10:00:26 10:15:10) 02 President Clinton in Berlin and adopting the American DW archive D 470 Berlin in the morning. Double decker buses. Road transport.
(10:05:10) DW young woman sweeps the street.
(10:05:20) SFB Clinton jogs.
(10:05:22) DW stands at Memorial in the Tiergarten and photographed. Clinton waving at her. Reichstag building with writing the German people. Before German flag.
(10:05:30) SFB Clinton and Kohl in the Reichstag immediately in the company.
(10:05:40) DW discussions at the round table. Clinton, large, EU President Delors, Kohl. Before the Town Hall play boy at the fountain.
(10:05:55) SFB on the balcony of the Red Town Hall of Clinton, Kohl and women.
(10:06:40) monument to Marx and Engels, and tourists.
(10:06:45) Kohl, Clinton, Diepgen, Hannelore Kohl, Hillary Clinton on the balcony of the Red Town Hall.
(10:06:55) DW Berlin synagogue.
(10:07:00) SFB Clinton and Hillary Clinton visit the synagogue. Talks. Hillary Clinton, big. Kohl.
(10:07:05) DW farewell by the Berlin Brigade. Helicopters fly. US flag, great. Soldiers present. Took by massed bands. Clinton passes in an open jeep on troop salute with the hand on the heart. Helmut Kohl interview: "how in Berlin countless American families have lived here the Germans, in good neighborhood, friendship in the past decades with us. It is due, when those who now return to the United States, in their home, divorce as friends of our country - in the awareness of having won a 'second home' to. especially the families'
U.S. families packing moving boxes. Wall chunks are wrapped. Conversation between neighbors. Farewell party. Children and pony. Magician. Grill.
(10:07:45) American production sound: "of course we are pleased that the cold war is over and that it is time for the soldiers to go home, on the other hand I must tell my friends and that's painful, but I tell them"Goodbye."
German teacher interview: "I have been teaching for nearly 30 years at the Kennedy School. And it is very sad to see the children now leave with their families. And, that that dissolves everything. My husband has taught at a purely American school here, and for him the last day is tomorrow. As the doors close. "And that's somehow painful."
Colored American actuality: "I felt like Kennedy as Berlin - from the first moment have until today."
(10:11:00) US national anthem. Kohl next to Clinton.
(10:12:00) SFB walk through the Brandenburg Gate.
(10:12:15) DW crowd.
(10:12:25) SFB walk through the Brandenburg Gate, Clinton, Kohl and women. Waving Clinton speaks interview before quantity: (speech in English).
(10:12:35) DW archive UFA 283 K 1797 sw: the building of the wall, wall refugees. Uprising on June 17. Wall deaths. DW greetings archive K over the wall (10:13:05) 1797 fall of the wall (10:14:10) DW Clinton interview: "We are on your side, now and forever!" People wave flags. Kohl next to Hillary Clinton. You clap.
(10:14:55) go SFB Clinton, Kohl and women waving through the Brandenburg Gate.
01 German resistance 0'41 commemoration for the Germans who had - to oppose the Nazi dictatorship here, were in this Berlin courtyard, where some of the conspirators against Hitler shot on the evening of July 20, 1944.
Kohl: "the truth is that the July 20 was high point and endpoint of development beginning 1933 brought together men and women from the most different political directions in the fight against the rule of crime since Hitler's rise to power. People from all backgrounds, from the middle of our people were involved: commoners and nobles. Trade unionists and officers; Workers and diplomats; Scholars and clergymen. There were not many, but they were the best."
1'43 in an impressive Memorial can the visitor understand what motives drove the people in the resistance, as they overcame the fear of terror and death, remained committed to their conscience and resisted against the National Socialist reign of terror. 2'03 for the students is this more than a history lesson. they learn to understand how important it is to stand up for democracy and human rights.
2'17 in Bonn and Berlin was prepared a major exhibition documenting the topic - modern in form and authentic in the thing -; She will be shown in several countries around the world.
2'33 noteworthy, that the library of Congress in Washington first opened their venerable halls for the review of a section of German history, established in the German resistance to Hitler in the hope of a democratic Germany.
"Oh, I think it very put together well, it's educational, it's a very moving exhibit."
2'55 "I think the exhibition is very educational and very moving."
"Since we have never had to live under such a regime we don't know what it means to resist." "And I think this exhibit will do a very good job in helping to get some of that across."
3'01 "Because we never had to live under such a regime, we don't know even what resistance means so that this exhibition helps us to learn something about it."
3'10 von Dohnányi: "I believe that there is another thing to learn from these noble woman and men. Keep yourself for a sensitive soul, particular when hard times come. "You may need it."
3'15 "I think there's something to learn from these heroic men and women. Get your sensitivity, especially in times of crisis. You are to need them."
3'32 who remembers the support of the broad masses to Hitler, can imagine how much courage to civil disobedience required it to rebel against the dictator and his accomplices.
3'43 the assassination attempt of July 20. July 1944 failed, but it was an attempt to shake off the rule of Hitler's from owner force from all over the world as a sign of the other Germany, This objective was agreed the conspirators. It was less an assassination from political calculus, but an act of conscience.
4'04 the bombers should; by the Nazi-justice humbled and humiliated but they did not break; almost all resistance fighters, which the Nazi henchmen could be getting hold of, were killed.
Kohl: "intolerance and disregard of others may never have a chance in Germany."
4'48 Federal President Roman Herzog honored the upright men and women of the resistance; their deeds are not forgotten after that, today, 50 years.
02. President and adopting the American 5'14 the 3.5 metropolis Berlin awakes; an exciting summer day is expected - a day, which is not like any of: US President Clinton visited the German capital. 5'32 his fitness program at the Zoo longer fails as expected, before he enters the political talks in the Reichstag building.
5'45 with Chancellor Kohl and EU Commission President Delors discussed advanced Clinton about the cooperation between of the European Union and the United States.
5'58 for the American President a United Europe is the best partner of the United States in the 21st century. Americans and Europeans agree that one must join the forces on both sides of the Atlantic to stabilize the new democracies in Eastern and Southeast Europe politically and economically; for them, the transatlantic partnership should be further opened.
6'27 Berlin schoolchildren has holiday; Water is the most coveted toy on this day.
6'37 nearly miss the snap shot of Bill Clinton before the Berlin City Hall.
6'45 time for a glimpse of the statue of Marx and Engels - once the object of worship, an exotic hangout of tourists today. 6'58 it was the express desire of the American President to visit the architecturally most important synagogue in Berlin, which was heavily destroyed in World War 2 and is now nearly restored.
7'16 the dialogues were marked by gratitude to the American people: for his deadly fight against the Nazis and for help in building a democratic Germany. -The United States had given a new home hundreds of thousands of survivors of the Holocaust.
7'42 was a touch of melancholy that day on the grounds of the U.S. Berlin Brigade; It was necessary to move away from a city whose Überleben was almost 50 years linked to the deployment of tens of thousands soldiers from France, Britain and the United States.
8'01 after completing its historic mission gave the honor of President Clinton of the Berlin Brigade.
8'19 in the course of the decades of occupying forces become friends; with that in mind, verebschiedete Chancellor Kohl the Americans in their homes. "As here in Berlin countless American families have lived the Germans in good neighborhood, friendship in the past decades with us. It is due, when those who now return to the United States, in their home, divorce as friends of our country - in the awareness of having won a 'second home' to. especially the families'
9'00 cherished things are packed, souvenirs, bits and pieces of the Berlin wall from the days of the peaceful revolution - for friends in California.
9'13 the two neighbors suspect that many still don't understand how dramatic the change from Berlin to America will be.
9'37 wherever they go: they think they miss the Berlin.
9'53 the Berliners were friendly and helpful and you could collect multicultural experiences in the city by the French and British families.
10'12 the last party - guests from many countries. 10'23 for many should there be no farewell forever. personal ties will survive the leap across the Atlantic - perhaps. And those who grew up bilingual in Berlin do not forget German.
diverse feelings move 10 the parents of these children that day.
"of course that the cold war is over and that time is for the soldiers to go; home forward 11 we, on the other hand I must say goodbye my friends and that's painful, but I tell them "Goodbye".
"I teach almost thirty years at the Kennedy School. And it is very sad to see the children now leave with their families. And, that that dissolves everything. My husband has taught at a purely American school here, and for him the last day is tomorrow. As the doors close. "And that's somehow painful."
11'51 "felt like Kennedy as Berlin - from the first moment I until today."
12'14 many uplifting moments have experienced the Berlin of the post-war period, great speeches like that of Ernst Reuter, Willy Brandt, John F. Kennedy and Ronald Reagan, who called out to the red dictatorship in the East to open the Brandenburg Gate.
12'36 Bill Clinton is the first American President who say in the United Germany to the Berliners. It's a speech of one will say she have hit the Berliners in the heart.
"Citizens of free Berlin, citizens of a United Germany, we stand together where Europe's heart which cut in half." And we celebrate unity. 33 years since the wall went up. In that time, one half of this city lived in circle, and the other half in slave. But force endured one: your courage! Your courage has taken many forms, the bold courage of June_17th, 1953 when those trapped in the East threw stones at the tanks of tyranny. The quiet courage to lift children above the wall so that their grandparents on the other side could see those they loved but could not touch. And the civil courage, 'Moral courage' of five years ago when starting in the strong hearts, then candle-lit streets of Leipzig returned the dreams of a better life into the chisels of liberty. -Will what we build in its place? Standing here today we can see the answer - a Europe where all nations are independent and democratic, where free markets stood for prosperity, know no borders, where our security is based on building bridges not walls. Believe in your own future, believe you can make a difference and summon your own courage to build - and you want to!
America is on your side, now and forever! -Now, together, we can walk through that gateway to our destiny, to Europe united, united in peace, united in freedom, united in progress, for the first time in history."
12'53 "citizens of the free Berlin, citizens of the United Germany.
13'00 we stand together where Europe's heart was divided and we celebrate unity, 33 years after the wall was built. One half of this city was included, which suppresses others. -A force but has lasted: your courage in many guises.
13'29 it was in 1953, when the downtrodden East Berliners hurled stones against the tanks of the tyranny of the bold courage.
13'42 it was the silent courage with which children were lifted so that they could see their grandparents on the other side of the wall, they loved it, but could not touch. 14'01 and five years ago, the civil courage demonstrated in the streets of Leipzig, illuminated by candles. Her dream of a better life has become a bit of freedom.
14'17 what are we in place of the Berlin wall build up? Today, as we stand, the answer is clear: A Europe in which all nations are independent and democratic, in the free markets and boundless prosperity know where our security is based on the construction of bridges, not walls.
14'46 faith on your own future. Have the courage to build, you will make it.
America is on your side - now and forever.
15'14 now we can go together through this gate, in a Europe which is United. United in peace, United in freedom, United in progress. For the first time in history."