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1970 - On his knees in Warsaw: chancellor Willy Brandt in Poland

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Poland, Warsaw, 07-12-1970

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Willy Brandt (December 18th, 1913 – October 8th, 1992) was a left German politician and Chancellor of Germany from 1969 to 1974. The social democrat received the Nobel Peace Prize in 1971 for his work in improving relations with the German Democratic Republic, Poland and the Soviet Union, but is controversial in Germany and had to resign after an espionage scandal.


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1970, Adolf Hitler a Munic, Andrew Theis, Canceller Willy Brandt de Polònia, Christiane Haase, Christine pedra Feger, Egon Bahr, Gerhard Lowenthal, gueto, Günter Lux, jueus deportats, agenollat, Marcel Reich-Ranicki, Marek Edelman, monument a Varsòvia per a persones de gueto de Varsòvia, de genolls a Varsòvia, en la ghettot de Varsòvia, avions enlairar bombes que arrasà Varsòvia, política, reconciliació, Romeick Dietrich, Ruth Brandt , Valentin Falin, Walter Scheel, Varsòvia, gueto de Varsòvia, revolta, Willy Brandt, la tomba del soldat desconegut a Varsòvia Willy Brandt, Willy Brandt al Bundestag, arribada de Willy Brandt de Polònia, Yizhar,


German :

1970, Adolf Hitler in München, Andrew Theis, Bundeskanzler Willy Brandt in Polen, Christiane Haase, Christine Stein Feger, Egon Bahr, Gerhard Lowenthal, Ghetto, Günter Lux, Juden deportiert, kniend, Marcel Reich-Ranicki, Marek Edelman, Denkmal in Warschau für Warschauer Ghetto, auf den Knien in Warschau, Menschen in die Warschauer Ghettot, Flugzeuge abheben Bomben dieser zerstörten Warschau, Polen, Politik, Versöhnung, Romeick Dietrich, Ruth Brandt , Valentin Falin, Walter Scheel, Warschau, Warsaw Ghetto uprising, Willy Brandt, Willy Brandt-Grab des unbekannten Soldaten in Warschau, Willy Brandt im Bundestag, Brandts Ankunft in Polen, Yizhar,


Lithuanian :

1970 m. Adolfas Hitleris Miunchene, Andrew Theis, kancleris Willy Brandt Lenkijoje, Christiane Haase, Christine akmens Feger, Egon Bahr, Gerhard Lowenthal, linksmybes, Günter Lux, žydų deportuojant, klūpant, Marcel Reichas-Ranicki, Marek Edelman, paminklas Varšuvoje Varšuvos getas, ant kelio Varšuvoje, žmonių – Varšuvos ghettot, lėktuvų kilimo bombų kad nuniokojo Varšuva, Lenkija, politika, susitaikymo, Romeick Dietrich, Ruth Brandt , Valentin Falin, Walter Scheel, Varšuvos, Varšuvos getas sukilimo, Willy Brandt, Willy Brandt kapą ir nežinomo kareivio Varšuvoje, Willy Brandt nepagrįsto, Willy Brandt atvykimo į Lenkijos, Yizhar,


Polish :

1970, Adolf Hitler w Monachium, Andrew Theis, kanclerz Willy Brandt w Polsce, Christiane Haase, Christine kamień Feger, Egon Bahr, Gerhard Lowenthal, getta, Günter Lux, Żydzi są deportowani, klęcząc, Marcel Reich-Ranicki, Marek Edelman, pomnik w Warszawie dla warszawskiego getta, na kolanach w Warszawie, ludzie w Warszawie ghettot, samoloty zdjąć bomby to zdewastowane Warszawa, Polska, polityka, pojednania, Romeick Dietrich, Ruth Brandt , Valentin Falin, Walter Scheel, Warszawa, getcie warszawskim, Willy Brandt, Willy Brandt grób Nieznanego Żołnierza w Warszawie, Willy Brandt do Bundestagu, Willy Brandt przyjazdu w Polsce, Yizhar,


Sound Bite and conversation:



Löwenthal, Gerhard

(TV reporter) , speaking German:
-  "I found Brandt‘s gesture at that time – even if it sounds rude now – overly humble. "

Bahr, Egon

(former speaker of the Berlin Senate) , speaking German:
-  "As we got closer, we noticed that there was absolute silence."

Reich-Ranicki, Marcel

(survivor in Warsaw 1943, literature critic) , speaking German:
-  "I will never forget that. And I will never forget him either, that he played a huge role even in my life. Maybe at that moment, I realised that it was the right thing to leave Poland in 1958 and build my life in Germany."

Scheel, Walter

(Secretary of state at that time) , speaking German:
-  "When he stepped forward, he did not yet know what he would do. Everybody who saw him felt this."

Brandt, Willy

(german politic ) , speaking German:
-  "This horrible issue exceeded every theory and I thought -actually I couldn’t have done anything else – that I have to apologize. I, who did not belong to Hitler‘s most barbarous followers, wanted to offer an apology on behalf of my nation, and to pray that we would be forgiven. "

Reich-Ranicki, Marcel

(survivor in Warsaw 1943, literature critic) , speaking German:
-  "The resistance movement, which unfortunately started to form very late in the Warsaw ghetto, tried to find out what happened with the people. Soon light was shed on the mystery: everybody would be killed."

Gutmann, Israel

(survivor in Warsaw, 1943) , speaking English:
-  "Sometimes whole families were lying on the streets and pavements, waiting only for passing away. Hunger, illness or the cold put an end to their lives. "

Reich-Ranicki, Marcel

(survivor in Warsaw 1943, literature critic) , speaking German:
-  "Brandt stood exactly on that place in the Warsaw ghetto where once my and my wife‘s destinies were decided. We were taken out and we did not know whether we had to go left to the station and then to the gas chambers or right, and then we could still live for a short while. "

Edelmann, Marek

(a survivor of the ghetto in Warsaw) , speaking German:
-  "Poland has not forgotten about the monstrosity of the war and the occupation. We distrusted Germany and Brandt knew this. That is why he looked for a big gesture that could change our image of them. "

Bahr, Egon

(former speaker of the Berlin Senate) , speaking German:
-  "There was no reason to be afraid of this Germany. This was a different Germany. It was a very unusual story: the independent eastern-politics increased the role of the Federal Republic in Europe, but still there was nothing to fear from the growing influence of Germany."

Edelmann, Marek

(a survivor of the ghetto in Warsaw) , speaking German:
-  "Brandt‘s gesture meant a turning point in the history. Something changed in Germany. We could trust the Germans again. Brandt sank down on his knees on behalf of his nation. It was a great deed."

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