Germany 1945: Sensationally restored film footage by George Stevens
hese original color film recordings of the U.S. Army show various cities and locations in Germany after the surrender in 1945. The pictures were taken under the command of George Stevens, a Hollywood director who later became famous for movies like “A Place in the Sun” and “The Diary of Anne Frank”.
The image and colour restoration was carried out with the help of artificial intelligence.
Berlin, July 1945 0:33 Brandenburger Tor 2:40 Cologne, March 1945 4:09 Elbe Day: First meeting of Soviet and American troops on German soil, April 25, 1945 5:51 Berlin, Picture of Stalin, Roosevelt and Churchill, July 1945 6:55 Munich, May 1945 7:34 Hofbräuhaus Munich 8:52 “Berghof”, Obersalzberg, April 1945 9:09 German prisoners of war, May 1945 10:33 Mittelbau Dora concentration camp, April 1945 11:13 Hanseatic City of Hamburg, June 1945 12:17 Port of Hamburg 13:11 Refugees on the way to Berlin, July 1945 13:41 American Beach Club, Berlin 14:18 Potsdam Conference, August 1945 16:20 George Stevens (1904-1975)
Why did the Germans, the most advanced scientific nation, fail to build a nuclear bomb during the War? In late 1938 a Berlin scientist, Otto Hahn, discovered nuclear fission. Werner Heisenberg, the chief scientist of Germany’s wartime nuclear project, pioneered quantum mechanics and won the Nobel Prize. When the Nazis came to power in 1933 Heisenberg friends begged him to leave Germany, knowing he would be asked to work on nuclear research for Hitler but he refused. The focus of the story is a famous meeting in Copenhagen in 1941 between Niels Bohr and Heisenberg …
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20:00 start play
—–this play is in English—–
WHAT LOVE IS
a theatrical music piece by Nina de la Parra
Meet Nina. Hopeless romantic and narcissistic love academic.
Together with the Band of Love, the Man of her Dreams, and her Self, she will delve into the depths of her soul – and of pop culture – to find out What Love Is.
Sit back and enjoy this theatrical music piece about the clicheed expectations of Love – guided by the iconic love songs of the nineties, the noughties and the present.
Tim Bücher – guitar
Karl Degenhardt – drums
Moritz Götzen – double bass
Simina German – dance
Safet Mistele – dance
Nina de la Parra – vocals & storytelling
Text & direction: Nina de la Parra
Musical Arrangements: Nina de la Parra & Hajo Wiesemann
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