Mirror of Germany. No. 242 = Deutschland Spiegel

Germany (West), 1974

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Episode of Series “Mirror of Germany. The German Scene = Deutschland Spiegel”.
Magazine items: The Europe Cup final in indoor hand-ball at Dortmund’s Wesfalia Hall; the 13th International Photographic Exhibition at Cologne; the christening of the super-tanker “Westfalen” in Keil’s Howald’s Wharf by Chancellor Schmidt’s wife; a new centre in Bremen for the care and ‘rejuvenation’ of the aged; Stuttgart, a city of great economic standing and finally, Joy Fleming, soul blues singer, sings some of her most international hits; a leisure centre in Hamburg; a visit by the Canberra Youth Orchestra to Bonn and Beethoven’s house, concluding with a recital.


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