Mirror of Germany. No. 113 = Deutschland Spiegel

Germany (West), 1964

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Episode of Series “Mirror of Germany. The German Scene = Deutschland Spiegel”.
Magazine items: Chancellor’s first official visit to Rome includes an audience with Pope Paul VI; Wetzlar’s optical industry manufactures lenses and cameras; Curling at Regen; electronics enable traffic police to control and supervise from their office desks; Hamburg diverts its main passenger traffic underground by expanding its existing networks of underground stations; Kassel’s unique collection of tapestries and pictorial wallpapers; and pictures by Gunther Maas which can be transposed into electronic music.


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