UFA-Dabei 897/1973 02.10.1973
01 New York / Chicago / Washington: Chancellor of Brandt before the UN of representatives of the Philippines talk interview on English speaks: "the Philippines is happy to welcome the two Germanys to enter the United Nations." Main building of the United Nations. Indoor shots. Walter Scheel and Egon Bahr on escalator followed by Willy Brandt. Willy Brandt goes to the lectern, speaks interview: "the delighted that we are friendly here recorded is reduced by the Division of Europe, which particularly hard shapes on German soil again - soon three decades after the war - causing deaths. Course: from that part of Europe, from which so many tensions are assumed, we have started a policy of understanding and developed. But I want to add this. We have not come here to consider the United Nations as a wailing wall for the German problems. We come rather, on the basis of our convictions and in the best of our ability - to assume political responsibility."
Kurt Waldheim as a listener. (25 m) Willy Brandt in Chicago. Welcomes people on the street. Gets given a Stetson hat. Willy Brandt in Washington. Brandt along with R. Nixon and H. Kissinger in a garden. Nixon waving at the departure of Willy Brandt.
(64 m) 2 Munich: CSU party day Franz Josef Strauss arrives with Entourage. On the wall the Scripture: "man. Measure of our policy." Strauss welcomed A few delegates, followed by A. Goppel. Strauss's autographs. Franz Josef Strauss speaks o-ton: "Very much esteemed ladies and gentlemen, the Bavarian politics will remain white and blue and not red. You can believe that we have the courage to the policy, the courage to make the political decision that we ask not: what is out there, but what is in the thing. That we do not ask what you like, but we ask: what is right in this time that we in the internal and foreign policy of dangerous vision of a neutralized, by a Soviet superpower of hegemonic controlled Europe a clear conception of the Western European Union in reconciliation and cooperation with the East, but on her own standing, face. "Whether we have a socialist society of the collective or whether we are a community of free citizens and remain in the future, that is the crucial question – these basic alternatives around each of our political decisions to orient has become." Mrs Strauss short. Franz Josef Strauss gestures with hands when he speaks.
(52 m) 03 Germany: Archive series great road in 1953. The adventures of Florian Beyer from NDW 194. Mr. Beyer says goodbye to the doorstep of wife and daughter and handed them Testament before he moves as pedestrians in traffic. Behind pillar, he appears in Knight's armour, and closes the visor of the helmet before he crosses the street. Dense traffic. Mr. Beyer tries to cross road to the station and jumps back and forth on the walkway. Cooler car, great. Mr. Beyer save on interchange to traffic COP and which wipes the sweat from his brow. Man jumps on moving tram and falls between railcar and trailer. Tricycle car cooler. Dare Alster ring upset next to tram line 18. Cyclist crashes and falls under car. Casualty behind truck tires. Looking out the windshield of car on pedestrians in front of the car before driving over. Car plunges down slope. Salvage cars. Police officer raising hand to stop. Stop sign.
(57 m) 04 Wedel: walkers competition various studies in Schleswig landscape by walkers in different ages. ZL recordings. Walkers with silent film effect.
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- Chancellor Brandt before the UN talk camera: Luppa Brandt in the United States camera: Luppa CSU Party Congress in Munich camera: Rau archive series: the adventures of Florian Beyer (title 7.6 m) race Walker competition in Wedel camera: Rühe at the beginning and end of total length
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