Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 666/1962 02.11.1962
1st Cuba - "The's picture puzzle" (see also UFA 327). -a. Soviet. Missiles on Cuba. -Special camera, photos of the Soviet pilot. Missile bases. -White House, half total. -Parley Kennedy Gromyko, both single, large (no sound), Kennedy in the rocking chair, great. Reconnaissance aircraft.
b. N. York. Kennedykündigt blockade of on Cuba. -Men go in broadcasting house. Kennedy's (original sound), k. big speech. -Blockade fleet off. Lake totally Castro speaks before a crowd, big (no sound), beckoning women, screen-filling, marching Squad of Cuban soldiers, soldiers at Cannon, short. -(UFA detailed.)
c. Cuba. 2. 000 marine infantry to reinforce (UFA longer) d. of New York. Session of the UN Security Council. -Upward swing over building of the United Nations, large, filled A few settings,. Conference Hall. Stevenson, talking, close, Sorin, large (no sound), e. Khrushchev gives way. -Message Center, Pan number tape devices with rotating bands, great. -Start balloon of three warships, total, from aircraft carrier bombers, destroyers (5). totally, on the high seas. (UFA Very much A lot longer and more detailed) 02 Berlin. Gromyko at the wall. -Soldier figures of the Memorial, big, Gromyko with companions before aircraft standing, talking, big, is located the men of a delegation individually, close. -Long wall, side, bildf, large inscription "Murderer" on wall of a border House.
03. West Berlin. German innkeeper fair 1962 - visit the Association of democratic circles. -Pan of Kreuz on Memorial on standing before members of the Consortium, wreath loop "The victims of the wall", large, group of people sees from high atop the Brandenburg Gate.
Berlin photos from the Stagecoach era. -Music musician with pimples hoods. -Restaurant operation, standing spectators, smiling, close screening of the existing from 4 old men "Szczecin choir" on stage (interview),. Coded images: landlady smiling elder beer tap taps off, big, is rotating roll of dough by spoon, close, sprinkled with dough, hand pokes into Berlin pancake floating in grease, short, 2 men's and older. A policeman with Pickelhaube beer Lady (refined) at restaurant table, close.
Kellner-Derby. -Lazy girl running with trays, waiters rolling beer kegs, the front falling in addition long, waiters race with boxes full of beer on d shoulder, several fall, provided the side box with adjacent pieces and buried. Beer, great. -04 old country. "Apple paradise" - interview with the Director of the fruit growing Research Institute in York, Professor Löwel. -Swivel about blooming Apple trees (archive), hand picked Apple farmer while picking up on head, large, standing, close. Interview with PR. Löwel, large (original sound)(siehe Sprechertext). Coded images: an Apple pickers on high head. in high tree, sideways trees Pan number lower, Bauer goes through orchards with a small truck with crates. Pan settings inside with technician b. d. on fruit Research Institute, work, highly layered boxes of eingekellerter apples. -Warehouse with Apple boxes and sorting machines, various settings. Apple sorting machine in operation, great read of apples by female. Hand, apples on production line, 6 apples, summarized in plastic covers, of which A few of production line on rotating disk run. -Interviews with dealers and customers (o - s narration). Rotating Apple, great.
05. Nrürnberg. Handball TSV-Ansbach: Grün-Weiß Dankersen 9:8 - a. striker TSV Ansbach as the youngest Deputy in the Bundestag and City Council in Ansbach;-Konrad Porzner. -At your desk working Porzner, total and close, sign says "SPD Bundestag group - ABG. Porzner - ABG. Mrs. Strobel - ABG. Wehner", big, A few settings. Chamber (archive).
b. handball see UFA. Several settings, exultant crowd, bildf.
06. the Hague. Anniversary ride for free balloons. -Leaning on basket rescue ring with Aufsehr. A Lord and Lady rise "Balloon Club Holland", in the basket. Cameraman with several people on board a rising balloon, aerial photographs of the spectator box, on the. Balloons typically air, total, aerial photos the Hague, ländl. Area with moving train. Winner of Haueisen in balloon, smiling that big. Balloon descends to Earth and falls slowly in together, great.
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Castro, Fidel ; Gromyko, Andrej ; Haueisen ; Kennedy, John F. ; Löwel ; Porzner, Konrad ; Zorin, Valerian Alexandrowitsch ; Stevenson, Adlai
Berlin ; Washington ; New York ; Old country ; East Berlin ; West Berlin ; The Hague ; Aachen ; Hamburg ; Cuba ; Caribbean Sea ; Bonn ; Algeria ; East Berlin ; Nuremberg
Sachindex Wochenschauen ; civil wars ; Border DDR/BRD, borders ; Handball ; Hands ; Interviews ; Aviation ; Musical events ; News, communications ; Plants ; Posters, fonts, banners ; Political events ; Police ; Advertising ; Armor ; Shipping ; Ships ; 99.412 Deutsche week show GmbH: State visits (outside) ; Technology ; UN ; Unrest ; Buildings ; Art ; Works of art ; Agriculture and forestry ; Military events ; Science ; Jobs ; aerial photographs ; Exhibitions ; Entertainment, festivals ; Gastronomy ; Technology ; 14 find book new German newsreel slow motion
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Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 666/1962
Die Zeit unter der Lupe (Other title)
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- Initial brand 7.-m Cuban missile crisis source: Metro, Metro, Metro Gromyko in East Berlin origin: DEFA arb.-Community Democrat. Camera circle at the wall in Berlin: Pahl guest host exhibition in Berlin camera: Pahl sen., Pahl Jr.
Waiter Derby Berlin camera: Pahl sen., Pahl Jr.
Fruit growers in the old country b. Hbg. camera: Jürgens, Seib SPD member of the Bundestag Porzner camera: basic German Handball Championship, Nuremberg camera: strong, Vlasdeck, Hafner free balloon fly, Holland origin: Polygoon of Pardubice steeplechase origin: State end brand 3.1 m
60th Anniversary of the Cuban Missile Crisis (October 1962)
For two weeks in the fall of 1962, billions of people around the world held their breath in fear of a nuclear confrontation between the Soviet Union and the USA.
The crisis was triggered in mid-October, when U.S. intelligence services confirmed that the USSR had deployed medium-range missiles in Cuba – located a mere 300 km from Florida – but roots of the crisis went back some time.
After overthrowing the dictator Fulgencio Batista in 1959 Fidel Castro tried to free Cuba from its dependence on the United States. In the course of this, Cuba moved closer to the Soviet Union. A conflict erupted that led to a CIA-led invasion of Batista's supporters in the Bay of Pigs in April 1961. In the wake of the spectacular failure of this attempted coup, the U.S. intelligence service, fearing the spread of the "communist virus," launched "Operation Moongoose," a secret program to sabotage and infiltrate the island nation. In 1962 the USSR set up missile sites on the strategically important island "to protect the Republic of Cuba from the USA," which ultimately put the situation on the verge of escalation. While the "hawks" within the hastily convened U.S. security staff demanded an immediate military strike, the "doves" successfully advocated restraint. On October 22, a naval blockade was imposed against Cuba. Five days later, however, the situation worsened perilously when an armed Soviet submarine was forced to surface and U.S. spy planes were fired at by Cuban flak.
Aware of the explosive nature of the conflict, the heads of government, John F. Kennedy and Nikita Khrushchev, meanwhile, exchanged several notes with each other.
They finally agreed that the Soviet Union would withdraw from Cuba if the U.S. in return guaranteed not to invade the country and - in a secret agreement - to withdraw the nuclear missiles that the U.S. had stationed in Turkey and directed at the USSR since 1959. On October 28, the two governments publicly announced their agreement, thus ending the so-called Cuban Missile Crisis.
While the U.S. broke off diplomatic relations with Castro's government and imposed a total travel ban as well as trade embargo on Cuba, the superpowers subsequently took the first steps toward a policy of détente.