Unsere Regierung 1969
Mathias Brandt as Indian Chief at children's Carnival. Willy Brandt and Rut Brandt, laughing, great. Willy Brandt and Rut Brandt sitting in Chair. Großauf employing Willy Brandt with cigarillo.
Still photos, big, the members of the Cabinet. Karl Schiller, Helmut Schmidt, Alex Möller, Hans Dieter Genscher, Käthe Strobel, Lauritz Lauritzen, Georg Leber, title: our Rehierung Willy Brandt speaks before the Bundestag actuality (Government calls much of others and of themselves - new targets - people of the good neighbors). Deputies clapping.
Walter Scheel, German Foreign Minister, sits at his desk, great. He speaks interview and on the phone. Scheel before departure to the session of the Council of Europe. Askance in Paris, sits down at the table. Scheel in the Foreign Affairs Committee of the Bundestag in addition to Gerhard Schröder. Dr. Haese interviewed Scheel (priorities of foreign policy) Gerhard Eppler, Minister for economic cooperation, at a reception for the Afghan Foreign Minister. Eppler in his Office, on the phone, original sound. Eppler is working at his desk Eppler gives interview, great. (Misery in the world) Images from developing countries.
Bundestag session. The Government Bank. Brandt speaks interview (juxtaposition of two Germany) Egon Franke, Minister for intra-German relations, speaks interview, before the Bundestag. Franke in his Ministry. He congratulates employee on the appointment to the Ms. Dr. Haese interviewed Helmut Schmidt, Defense Minister, at Desuch in the Bundeswehr (meeting and contractual agreements with East Germany). Schmidt speaks interview. Close-up Schmidt at interview.
Hans Dietrich Genscher, Federal Interior Minister, occurs in the snow with his daughter Martina from the House, and get in car. He brings them to the school. Genscher in his Ministry. He speaks to members of the "society of the Central German. see. Original sound. Genscher gives interview, interview, great. Genscher in helicopter flight. Genscher drinks from glass, in conversation with Willi Weyer. Dr. Haese interviewed (restlessness of youth, impulses for further development to the border of the Act of violence) Gerhard Jahn, Bundesjustizminister the rose Castle, the Ministry of Justice. Jahn catches whistle in his work room. Jahn goes through his Ministry and talks with employees. Jahn gives interview (judiciary) Karr Schiller, Minister at meeting of concerted action. Schiller welcomes Otto Brenner and others present. Schiller rises to airfield from cars and boards the plane. Schiller on the plane in file working. Schiller gets out of aircraft and is welcomed. Schiller is interview (measures of concerted action) Alex Möller, Finance Minister does a train in station Bonn. Möller on arrival at the station. MacLeod enters his Ministry. Möller at meeting with employees. Möller speaks interview, great. Möller speaks with representatives of the official economy (salary increases). Dr Patrick interviewed (most important tasks for coming years: 1 science and education - 2. liver plan-transport - 3. urban development promotion - 4 wide wealth creation) Hans Leussink, Minister for research and science Leussink sits at the desk and working on the phone interview, great. He gives interview, big (workstyle) Leussink session theme: College building. Dr. Haese interviewed (connecting to the international science) Georg Leber, Transport Minister cameramen on the street filming liver on the station forecourt in Bonn after returning from the United States. Liver gives interview, big (biggest problem = growing traffic density in the urban centers) Ministers and State Secretaries in the conversation: Egon Bahr, Genscher, Leussink, Möller, Lauritzen, Schiller. Brandt speaks about his Cabinet actuality (teamwork). Brandt welcomed the Minister in his Office for dinner Monday. Brandt sits down at the table. Discussions and exchange of views with Ministers.
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Hans-Dietrich Genscher’s 90th Anniversary (* March 21, 1927)
The FDP (Free Democratic Party) politician Hans-Dietrich Genscher helped navigate the fate of West-German politics for more than two decades. His sense of humor, quick-wittedness and modesty helped him become a revered German statesman all over the world. In 1969 he was appointed Minister of the Interior under Willy Brandt, and held this office for five years. He initiated the establishment of the anti-terror unit GSG 9 following the terrorist attack during the Olympic Games in Munich in 1972. Subsequently he served as Minister of Foreign Affairs and Vice Chancellor under the Helmut Schmidt and the Helmut Kohl administrations, for a total of 18 years. With a steady determination and diplomatic finesse he championed the integration of Europe, the overcoming of the Cold War and the rapprochement of the two German states. When he spoke at the West-German embassy in Prague before a group of refugees from the German Democratic Republic, everybody in attendance got goosebumps, when he told them that their permit to leave had been granted—his speech was drowned by cheers. In the following months „Genschman’s“ participation in the „two-plus-four-talks“ smoothed the path to re-unification. On September 12, 1990 he finally signed the „Treaty on the Final Settlement with Respect to Germany“ in Moscow.
The Minister of Foreign Affairs’ commitment to cooperation, conflict prevention and solution extended beyond European borders. Genscher’s strategy was to built trust through personal contact and continuous rapprochement talks - he traveled millions of air miles for the sake of his „shuttle diplomacy“. In 1992, the man known for his yellow sweaters decided to step down as Minister of Foreign Affairs and Vice Chancellor. He remained a popular dialogue partner, speaker, and lecturer all over the world. As honorary chairman of his party he continued to comment current political events and supported causes such as the amnesty of the Russian Kreml-opponent Mikhail Khodorkovski. On March 31, 2016 Genscher died in Wachtberg near Bonn, at the age of 89 years.
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