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1965 - A Royal Medal for the Beatles: the Beatles visited Buckingham Palace to receive their MBE medals from the Queen

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United Kingdom, London, 16-10-1965

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The Beatles were the most influential popular music group of the rock era, and the most successful, with global sales exceeding 1.1 billion records. Few artists of any sort have achieved a combination of popular success, critical acclaim and broad cultural influence that rivals that of The Beatles. The Beatles were John Lennon (rhythm guitar), Paul McCartney (bass), George Harrison (lead guitar), and Ringo Starr (drums), all from Liverpool, Merseyside, in England. Lennon and McCartney were the principal songwriters. For most of their career, their records were produced by George Martin. The Beatles were among the first non-establishment artists to be awarded honors at Buckingham Palace. In October, 1965, at Buckingham Palace, The Beatles were named Members of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire. Beatle fans stormed the gates of the Palace in a hysterical effort to see the Queen honor their idols. Elizabeth decorated some 182 persons at the investiture, which was one of the ten that take place throughout the year. Ringo cut his hair; they all wore lounge suits instead of the more formal morning coats Inside the ballroom, waiting for the Queen to arrive, some 50 other recipients of royal honors asked the Beatles for autographs. One old man said, "I want it for my daughter. I can"t see what she sees in you." They later confessed to smoking cannabis in the palace lavatories with their luxurious fittings, although several members of the band have since dismissed this story as a fabrication. First concert from the Beatles: 17-08-1960


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Chinese Simplified :

1965 年,披头士乐队在慕尼黑,外观的披头士乐队在明星俱乐部在汉堡,洞室在利物浦俱乐部,披头士乐队在白金汉宫前尖叫的歌迷,马戏团克朗在慕尼黑,英国女王伊丽莎白二世,约翰 · 列侬、 林戈斯塔尔,Paul 麦卡特尼、 乔治 Harrison,披头士乐队,音乐的支持者、 Astrid Kirchherr、 猎人 Davis,Thomas Beyl、 克里斯汀 Beyl,雷蒙德瓦格纳 Lorenz Niedermeier 机场的到来,披头士乐队,英国,伦敦,Buckingam 宫殿皇家勋章,披头士乐队参观白金汉宫从女王,接收他们 MBE 勋章音乐视频录像文化,文化视频素材,文化的录像片段,皇室,皇室视频镜头,,


Korean :

1965 년, 뮌헨, 함부르크, 리버풀에 동굴 클럽, 비명 팬 들, 또한 뮌헨, 엘리자베스 여왕 2 세, 존 레논, 링고 스타, Paul McCartney, 조지 Harrison, 비틀즈, 음악에서 곡마 크로네 버킹엄 궁전 앞 비틀즈, Astrid Kirchherr, 헌터 Davis, Thomas Beyl, 크리스틴 Beyl, 로렌스 Niedermeier, 레이 몬 드와 그 너 스타 클럽에서 비틀즈의 외관에에서 공항에서 비틀즈의 도착비틀즈, 영국, 런던, Buckingam 궁전 로얄 메달, 비틀즈 여왕에서 그들의 MBE 메달을 받을 수 버킹엄 궁전을 방문 했다. 뮤직 비디오 영상 문화, 문화 영상, 문화 영상 로열티, 로열티 영상,


Russian :

1965, приезд Beatles в аэропорту в Мюнхене, появление Beatles на Star Club в Гамбурге, Cavern Club в Ливерпуле, Beatles напротив Букингемского дворца, крики болельщиков, сторонников цирк Krone в Мюнхен, королева Елизавета II, Джон Леннон, Ринго Старр, Paul Маккартни, Джордж Harrison, Битлз, музыка, Астрид Кирхер, Хантер Davis, Thomas Beyl, Кристине Beyl, Лоренц Нидермайер, Рэймонд ВагнерКоролевская медаль для Битлз, Соединенное Королевство, Лондон, дворец Buckingam, Битлз посетил Букингемский дворец, чтобы получить их MBE медали от королевы, музыкальное видео кадры, Культура, видео кадры культуры, культурных видео кадры, роялти, видео кадры роялти, ,


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Beyl, Christel

(BRAVO, accompanied the Beatles on their Bravo Blitz tour) , speaking German:
-  "I only saw that everything was vibrating. The front of the stage was close to exploding. "

Davis, Hunter S.

(reporter, interviews with the Beatles) , speaking English:
-  "The crowd could not hear them because of its loud shouting. They were locked in the Hotel or were sitting in their airplane and they were travelling all time. They were fed up. They wished it all would end. "

Niedermeier, Lorenz

(Munich police sergeant at the June 24th 1966 Beatles concert in Munich) , speaking German:
-  "As the fans ran up on stage, everything ended. It was not easy to get 50 to 100 fans off the stage. They clung to the instruments and to the boys. To everything. Yes, this was crazy. "

Wagner, Raimund

(Media consultant, saw Beatles at the Circus Krone concert in Munich) , speaking German:
-  "As The Beatles appeared on stage, all hell broke loose. You could not hear anything, of course, except the music somewhere in the background. As a matter of fact, the whole concert was lost somewhere in the screaming of the crowd. "

Wagner, Raimund

(Media consultant, saw Beatles at the Circus Krone concert in Munich) , speaking German:
-  "I was in a place like that for the first time, it was great. The turnout was so huge that I thought to myself: this was the greatest ever in the world. I had constant goose bumps. Even due to the surrounding... "

Beyl, Christel

(BRAVO, accompanied the Beatles on their Bravo Blitz tour) , speaking German:
-  "If they had appeared ten years earlier, they might not have been successful. It was the right time for them. They answered the people’s expectations – and they did a great job. "

Wagner, Raimund

(Media consultant, saw Beatles at the Circus Krone concert in Munich) , speaking German:
-  "We wanted to be like them, to live like them, even if the Beatles could do many things – like grow long hair, get the best clothes – that we couldn’t.. They had the best instruments but we had to rent the guitars, the amplifier, the microphone and it was as much as we earned in an evening. But this did not matter. We liked their music, the four boys – and we wanted to be like them. "

Beyl, Christel

(BRAVO, accompanied the Beatles on their Bravo Blitz tour) , speaking German:
-  "It was such a huge turnout that we cannot imagine today. I think that today this does not happen anywhere, not even with Michael Jackson. Anywhere. Every city they visited swarmed. The people, irrespective of their age, were Beatles-maniacs. Everyone knew that something crazy happened as they were something like Gods. "

Kirchherr, Astrid

(Photographer of the Beatles) , speaking German:
-  "I was overjoyed by their presence and how they lived on the stage. "

Wagner, Raimund

(Media consultant, saw Beatles at the Circus Krone concert in Munich) , speaking German:
-  "It was great, a totally new sound! "

Davis, Hunter S.

(reporter, interviews with the Beatles) , speaking English:
-  "Brian made the boys actors. He prohibited them to smoke and chew a gum on stage. They had to be on time and were not allowed to wear sleazy clothes. The Beatles could be shown off, they were looking the same; Brian made a brand of them. "

Kirchherr, Astrid

(Photographer of the Beatles) , speaking German:
-  "Their charisma and personality was something special. They were very good-looking, each of them in his own way. As a matter of fact they were the ones who I always wanted to photograph. "

Wagner, Raimund

(Media consultant, saw Beatles at the Circus Krone concert in Munich) , speaking German:
-  "Something extraordinary happened. The crowd only twirled, you did not know to where, you were simply happy. It was a wonderful experience to be a part of it. "

Niedermeier, Lorenz

(Munich police sergeant at the June 24th 1966 Beatles concert in Munich) , speaking German:
-  "First of all I tried to calm down my men – they had to keep cool, this was the most important thing. We knew when the boys appeared it would be something special and the young people would react explosively. "

Wagner, Raimund

(Media consultant, saw Beatles at the Circus Krone concert in Munich) , speaking German:
-  "Stars usually come and go. But the Beatles became idols. For me, the music of the Beatles is immortal. "

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