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Hitler's life: Berthesgaden - genre - color
04:43
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Hitler: Berthesgaden - mountains, cars, Eva Braun, Hitler read, Hitler with little girl, guests on the terrace

Hitler's life: Berthesgaden - mountains, cars, Eva Braun, Hitler read, Hitler with little girl, guests on the terrace

Produced 1930s


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Octoberfest: roller-coaster, amusement park
00:22
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Germany, Munich

Octoberfest: roller-coaster, amusement park

Oktoberfest is a 16-day festival held each year in Munich, Bavaria, Germany, running from late September to early October. It is one of the most famous events in Germany and the world's largest fair, with some six million people attending every year. The Oktoberfest is an important part of Bavarian culture. Other cities across the world also hold Oktoberfest celebrations, modeled after the Munich event. The Munich Oktoberfest, traditionally, takes place during the sixteen days up to and including the first Sunday in October. In 1994, the schedule was modified in response to German reunification so that if the first Sunday in October falls on the 1st or 2nd, then the festival will go on until October 3 (German Unity Day). Thus, the festival is now 17 days when the 1st Sunday is October 2 and 18 days when it is October 1. The festival is held on an area named the Theresienwiese (field, or meadow, of Therese), often called d’ Wiesn for short. Visitors also eat huge amounts of traditional hearty fare such as Hendl (chicken), Schweinsbraten (roast pork), Haxn (pork knuckle),[citation needed] Steckerlfisch (grilled fish on a stick), Würstl (sausages) along with Brezn (Pretzel), Knödel (potato or bread dumplings), Kasspatzn (cheese noodles), Reiberdatschi (potato pancakes), Sauerkraut or Blaukraut (red cabbage) along with such Bavarian delicacies as Obatzda (a fatty, spiced cheese-butter concoction) and Weisswurst (a white sausage). In the year 1811, the Oktoberfest was canceled because Bavaria was involved in the Napoleonic war. In 1816, carnival booths appeared; the main prizes were silver, porcelain, and jewelry. The founding citizens of Munich assumed responsibility for festival management in 1819, and it was agreed that the Oktoberfest would become an annual event. Later, it was lengthened and the date pushed forward, the reason being that the end of September in Bavaria often has very good weather. The high temperature in the first week of Oktoberfest nears 19°C/66ºF which stimulates the thirst of the visitors. However, today the last weekend of Oktoberfest is still in October. To honour the marriage of King Ludwig I and Therese of Bavaria, a parade took place for the first time in 1835. Since 1850, this has become a yearly event and an important component of the Oktoberfest. 8,000 people—mostly from Bavaria—in traditional costumes walk from Maximilian Street, through the centre of Munich, to the Oktoberfest. The march is led by the Münchner Since 1850, the statue of Bavaria has watched the Oktoberfest. This worldly Bavarian patron was first sketched by Leo von Klenze in a classic style and Ludwig Michael Schwanthaler romanticised and "Germanised" the draft; it was constructed by Johann Baptist Stiglmaier and Ferdinand von Miller. In 1853, the Bavarian Ruhmeshalle was finished. In 1854, 3,000 residents of Munich succumbed to an epidemic of cholera, so the festival was cancelled. Also, in the year 1866, there was no Oktoberfest as Bavaria fought in the Austro-Prussian War. In 1870, the Franco-Prussian war was the reason for cancellation of the festival. In 1873, the festival was once more cancelled due to a cholera epidemic. In 1880, the electric light illuminated over 400 booths and tents. In 1881, booths selling bratwursts opened. Beer was first served in glass mugs in 1892. At the end of the 19th century, a re-organization took place. Until then, there were games of skittles, large dance floors, and trees for climbing in the beer booths. They wanted more room for guests and musicians. The booths became beer halls. In 1887, the Entry of the Oktoberfest Staff and Breweries took place for the first time. This event showcases the splendidly decorated horse teams of the breweries and the bands that play in the festival tents. This event always takes place on the first Saturday of the Oktoberfest and symbolises the official prelude to the Oktoberfest celebration In the year 1910, Oktoberfest celebrated its 100th birthday. 120,000 litres of beer were poured. In 1913, the Bräurosl was founded, which was the largest Oktoberfest beer tent of all time, with room for about 12,000 guests.

Produced 1923


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Octoberfest - an important part of Bavarian culture - 100 years of Octoberfest
01:12
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Octoberfest: Beer - 100 years of Octoberfest, 1910

Oktoberfest is a 16-day festival held each year in Munich, Bavaria, Germany, running from late September to early October. It is one of the most famous events in Germany and the world's largest fair, with some six million people attending every year. The Oktoberfest is an important part of Bavarian culture. Other cities across the world also hold Oktoberfest celebrations, modeled after the Munich event. The Munich Oktoberfest, traditionally, takes place during the sixteen days up to and including the first Sunday in October. In 1994, the schedule was modified in response to German reunification so that if the first Sunday in October falls on the 1st or 2nd, then the festival will go on until October 3 (German Unity Day). Thus, the festival is now 17 days when the 1st Sunday is October 2 and 18 days when it is October 1. The festival is held on an area named the Theresienwiese (field, or meadow, of Therese), often called d’ Wiesn for short. Visitors also eat huge amounts of traditional hearty fare such as Hendl (chicken), Schweinsbraten (roast pork), Haxn (pork knuckle),[citation needed] Steckerlfisch (grilled fish on a stick), Würstl (sausages) along with Brezn (Pretzel), Knödel (potato or bread dumplings), Kasspatzn (cheese noodles), Reiberdatschi (potato pancakes), Sauerkraut or Blaukraut (red cabbage) along with such Bavarian delicacies as Obatzda (a fatty, spiced cheese-butter concoction) and Weisswurst (a white sausage). In the year 1811, the Oktoberfest was canceled because Bavaria was involved in the Napoleonic war. In 1816, carnival booths appeared; the main prizes were silver, porcelain, and jewelry. The founding citizens of Munich assumed responsibility for festival management in 1819, and it was agreed that the Oktoberfest would become an annual event. Later, it was lengthened and the date pushed forward, the reason being that the end of September in Bavaria often has very good weather. The high temperature in the first week of Oktoberfest nears 19°C/66ºF which stimulates the thirst of the visitors. However, today the last weekend of Oktoberfest is still in October. To honour the marriage of King Ludwig I and Therese of Bavaria, a parade took place for the first time in 1835. Since 1850, this has become a yearly event and an important component of the Oktoberfest. 8,000 people—mostly from Bavaria—in traditional costumes walk from Maximilian Street, through the centre of Munich, to the Oktoberfest. The march is led by the Münchner Since 1850, the statue of Bavaria has watched the Oktoberfest. This worldly Bavarian patron was first sketched by Leo von Klenze in a classic style and Ludwig Michael Schwanthaler romanticised and "Germanised" the draft; it was constructed by Johann Baptist Stiglmaier and Ferdinand von Miller. In 1853, the Bavarian Ruhmeshalle was finished. In 1854, 3,000 residents of Munich succumbed to an epidemic of cholera, so the festival was cancelled. Also, in the year 1866, there was no Oktoberfest as Bavaria fought in the Austro-Prussian War. In 1870, the Franco-Prussian war was the reason for cancellation of the festival. In 1873, the festival was once more cancelled due to a cholera epidemic. In 1880, the electric light illuminated over 400 booths and tents. In 1881, booths selling bratwursts opened. Beer was first served in glass mugs in 1892. At the end of the 19th century, a re-organization took place. Until then, there were games of skittles, large dance floors, and trees for climbing in the beer booths. They wanted more room for guests and musicians. The booths became beer halls. In 1887, the Entry of the Oktoberfest Staff and Breweries took place for the first time. This event showcases the splendidly decorated horse teams of the breweries and the bands that play in the festival tents. This event always takes place on the first Saturday of the Oktoberfest and symbolises the official prelude to the Oktoberfest celebration In the year 1910, Oktoberfest celebrated its 100th birthday. 120,000 litres of beer were poured. In 1913, the Bräurosl was founded, which was the largest Oktoberfest beer tent of all time, with room for about 12,000 guests.

Produced 1910


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Octoberfest: The bicentennial celebration of German beer2
04:36
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Octoberfest: The celebration of German beer

September and October is time for Oktoberfest, a German beer festival in Munich. This year marks the 201 year celebration of the world famous Munich beer festival - Octoberfest. This is one of the world's biggest festivals, more than 6,5 million visitors attend every year. The history of Oktoberfest began in 1810 at the wedding of the Bavarian King Louis I and Princess Therese. All the residents of Munich were invited to the 5-day celebration. The highlight of the wedding was a horserace held in a field next to the city wall. To comemorate the event the site was named after the Princess. The site is now called Theresa's meadow. But how has this event become the “world's biggest beer garden”?

Produced 2000s


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Munich: Bavaria statue
00:46
47 clips SD RM master

Germany, Munich

Munich: Bavaria statue

Bavaria is the name given to a monumental, bronze sand-cast 19th-century female personification of the Bavarian homeland, and by extension its strength and glory. It is one of the most well-known of the many allegorical figures of the same name produced over the centuries and appearing on coats of arms, paintings, reliefs, and statues which allude to a Bavarian terra mater. The statue is part of an ensemble which also includes a hall of fame (Ruhmeshalle) and a stairway. It was commissioned by Ludwig I of Bavaria, with the specific design being chosen by competition. It was cast at the Munich foundry of J.B. Stiglmair between 1844 and 1850 and is the first colossal statue since Classical Antiquity to consist entirely of cast bronze. It was and is up to the present day considered a technological masterpiece. Because of its size it had to be produced in several parts; it is 18.52 meters high (60 ft. 9 in.) and weighs about 87.36 tonnes (96.2 tons). It rests on a stone base which is 8.92 meters high. An internal circular staircase leads up to a platform in the head, where four openings in the helmet provide a view of the Theresienwiese and downtown Munich.

Produced 2010


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Octoberfest: Octoberfest - people, crowd
01:10
SD RM English

Germany, Munich

Octoberfest: Octoberfest - people, crowd

September and October is time for Oktoberfest, a German beer festival in Munich. This year marks the 200 year celebration of the world famous Munich beer festival - Octoberfest. This is one of the world's biggest festivals, more than 6 million visitors attend every year. The history of Oktoberfest began in 1810 at the wedding of the Bavarian King Louis I and Princess Therese. All the residents of Munich were invited to the 5-day celebration. The highlight of the wedding was a horserace held in a field next to the city wall. To comemorate the event the site was named after the Princess. The site is now called Theresa's meadow. But how has this event become the “world's biggest beer garden”?

Produced 2010


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Octoberfest: Octoberfest - man with hammer
00:11
SD RM English

Germany, Munich

Octoberfest: Octoberfest - man with hammer

September and October is time for Oktoberfest, a German beer festival in Munich. This year marks the 200 year celebration of the world famous Munich beer festival - Octoberfest. This is one of the world's biggest festivals, more than 6 million visitors attend every year. The history of Oktoberfest began in 1810 at the wedding of the Bavarian King Louis I and Princess Therese. All the residents of Munich were invited to the 5-day celebration. The highlight of the wedding was a horserace held in a field next to the city wall. To comemorate the event the site was named after the Princess. The site is now called Theresa's meadow. But how has this event become the “world's biggest beer garden”?

Produced 2010


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Octoberfest: Octoberfest - Entertainment, elevator
00:33
SD RM English

Germany, Munich

Octoberfest: Octoberfest - Entertainment, elevator

September and October is time for Oktoberfest, a German beer festival in Munich. This year marks the 200 year celebration of the world famous Munich beer festival - Octoberfest. This is one of the world's biggest festivals, more than 6 million visitors attend every year. The history of Oktoberfest began in 1810 at the wedding of the Bavarian King Louis I and Princess Therese. All the residents of Munich were invited to the 5-day celebration. The highlight of the wedding was a horserace held in a field next to the city wall. To comemorate the event the site was named after the Princess. The site is now called Theresa's meadow. But how has this event become the “world's biggest beer garden”?

Produced 2010


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Octoberfest: Octoberfest - switchback
01:41
SD RM English

Germany, Munich

Octoberfest: Octoberfest - switchback

September and October is time for Oktoberfest, a German beer festival in Munich. This year marks the 200 year celebration of the world famous Munich beer festival - Octoberfest. This is one of the world's biggest festivals, more than 6 million visitors attend every year. The history of Oktoberfest began in 1810 at the wedding of the Bavarian King Louis I and Princess Therese. All the residents of Munich were invited to the 5-day celebration. The highlight of the wedding was a horserace held in a field next to the city wall. To comemorate the event the site was named after the Princess. The site is now called Theresa's meadow. But how has this event become the “world's biggest beer garden”?

Produced 2000


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Octoberfest: Octoberfest - carousel
00:29
SD RM English

Germany, Munich

Octoberfest: Octoberfest - carousel

September and October is time for Oktoberfest, a German beer festival in Munich. This year marks the 200 year celebration of the world famous Munich beer festival - Octoberfest. This is one of the world's biggest festivals, more than 6 million visitors attend every year. The history of Oktoberfest began in 1810 at the wedding of the Bavarian King Louis I and Princess Therese. All the residents of Munich were invited to the 5-day celebration. The highlight of the wedding was a horserace held in a field next to the city wall. To comemorate the event the site was named after the Princess. The site is now called Theresa's meadow. But how has this event become the “world's biggest beer garden”?

Produced 2000


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Octoberfest: Octoberfest - monsters
00:12
SD RM English

Germany, Munich

Octoberfest: Octoberfest - monsters

September and October is time for Oktoberfest, a German beer festival in Munich. This year marks the 200 year celebration of the world famous Munich beer festival - Octoberfest. This is one of the world's biggest festivals, more than 6 million visitors attend every year. The history of Oktoberfest began in 1810 at the wedding of the Bavarian King Louis I and Princess Therese. All the residents of Munich were invited to the 5-day celebration. The highlight of the wedding was a horserace held in a field next to the city wall. To comemorate the event the site was named after the Princess. The site is now called Theresa's meadow. But how has this event become the “world's biggest beer garden”?

Produced 2000


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Octoberfest: Octoberfest - top spin
01:05
SD RM English

Germany, Munich

Octoberfest: Octoberfest - top spin

September and October is time for Oktoberfest, a German beer festival in Munich. This year marks the 200 year celebration of the world famous Munich beer festival - Octoberfest. This is one of the world's biggest festivals, more than 6 million visitors attend every year. The history of Oktoberfest began in 1810 at the wedding of the Bavarian King Louis I and Princess Therese. All the residents of Munich were invited to the 5-day celebration. The highlight of the wedding was a horserace held in a field next to the city wall. To comemorate the event the site was named after the Princess. The site is now called Theresa's meadow. But how has this event become the “world's biggest beer garden”?

Produced 2000


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Octoberfest: Octoberfest - People drink beer
02:20
SD RM English

Germany, Munich

Octoberfest: Octoberfest - People drink beer

This year marks the 200 year celebration of the world famous Munich beer festival - Octoberfest. This is one of the world's biggest festivals, more than 6 million visitors attend every year. For the occasion Munich breweries brew a special beer! But how has this event become the “world's biggest beer garden”

Produced 2000


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Eating people at the Octoberfest
01:07
SD RM master

Octoberfest: People are eating grilled chicken

People are eating delicious grilled chicken at the Octoberfest.

Produced 2010


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Games at the Octoberfest
01:09
SD RM master

Octoberfest: Roller-coaster and merry-go-round

People are playing at the Octoberfest. They are sitting and shouting joyfully on the roller-coaster and merry-go-round.

Produced 2010


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8th Olympics, Paris, 1924: Tafari Makonnen (Haile Selassie I) guest from Ethiopia
00:05
SD RM

France

8th Olympics, Paris, 1924: Tafari Makonnen (Haile Selassie I) guest from Ethiopia

  The 1924 Summer Olympics, officially known as the Games of the VIII Olympiad, were an international multi-sport event which was celebrated in 1924 in Paris, France. The home city of Pierre de Coubertin, founder of the modern games, was selected over bids of Amsterdam, Los Angeles, Rio de Janeiro and Rome, though Paris had also hosted the 1900 Games. The cost of the Games of the VIII Olympiad was estimated to be 10,000,000₣. With total receipts at 5,496,610₣, the Olympics resulted in a hefty loss despite crowds that reached 60,000 people at a time.[1]

Produced 1924


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Vietnam: The hairdresser is making the guest's hair
00:57
SD RM master

Vietnam, Hanoi

Vietnam: The hairdresser is making the guest's hair

Vietnam: The hairdresser is making the guest's hair Vietnam, officially the Socialist Republic of Vietnam, is the easternmost country on the Indochina Peninsula in Southeast Asia. It is bordered by People's Republic of China (PRC) to the north, Laos to the northwest, Cambodia to the southwest, and the South China Sea, referred to as East Sea, to the east. With a population of over 86 million, Vietnam is the 13th most populous country in the world. The people of Vietnam regained independence and broke away from China in AD 938 after their victory at the battle of Bach Đang River. Successive dynasties flourished along with geographic and political expansion deeper into Southeast Asia, until it was colonized by the French in the mid-19th century. Efforts to resist the French eventually led to their expulsion from the country in the mid-20th century, leaving a nation divided politically into two countries. Fighting between the two sides continued during the Vietnam War, ending with a North Vietnamese victory in 1975. Emerging from this prolonged military engagement, the war-ravaged nation was politically isolated. In 1986, the government instituted economic and political reforms and began a path towards international reintegration. By 2000, it had established diplomatic relations with most nations. Its economic growth has been among the highest in the world in the past decade. These economic reforms also introduced inequality in many spheres of life in Vietnam such as income distribution and women's rights.

Produced 2010


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1972 Summer Olympics: mourning ceremony, Beethoven, Eroica, philharmonic, opening, flags, guest
09:58
SD RM master

Germany, Munich

1972 Summer Olympics: mourning ceremony, Beethoven, Eroica, philharmonic, opening, flags, guest

1972 Summer Olympics: mourning ceremony, Beethoven, Eroica, philharmonic, opening, flags, guest

Produced 1972


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Pouring drink on ice: drink, bar, guest, smoke, shake, mix, rum, man
00:11
SD RM master

Unknown

Pouring drink on ice: drink, bar, guest, smoke, shake, mix, rum, man

Pouring drink on ice: drink, bar, guest, smoke, shake, mix, rum, man

Produced 1999


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Robert  Norman: Award, former Navy captain receives Silver Star
05:58
SD RM master

United States

Robert Norman: Award, former Navy captain receives Silver Star

Robert Norman: former Navy captain receives Silver Star Pearl Harbor, award, Joseph Taussig, ceremony, guest, speech Captain Robert Norman held two of the Navy’s top four medals for bravery. He was awarded a Bronze Star for a rescue off North Vietnam, and in 1998 he received the Silver Star for actions during the Pearl Harbor attack nearly 57 years earlier.

Produced 1998


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