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Jeremy Clarkson I went so far across Germany that I bumped . features the Jaguar, it's called Meet the Neighbours and it will be on. Full Show Summary Jeremy Clarkson tours Europe to see if the reality of the French, Belgians, Italians, Spanish and Germans matches the stereotype. And now it's time for me to meet Europe's "cuddly teddybears" the Germans. Germany Jeremy Clarkson, Top Gear: Jeremy Meets the Neighbours. Death is a.
A terrible stream of barbarous, uncultured hordes sallied forth from the interior of Asia deep into the hearts of the European Continent, burning, looting, murdering—a true scourge of the Lord From the time when the Movement I consisted of seven men, until we took over power in Januarythe path was so miraculous that only Providence itself with its blessing could have made this possible Our enemies must not deceive themselves—in the 2, years of German history known to us, our people have never been more united than today.
The Lord of the Universe has treated us so well in the past years that we bow in gratitude to a providence which has allowed us to be members of such a great nation. We thank Him that we also can be entered with honor into the ever-lasting book of German history! Adolf Hitlerspeech before the Reichstag 11 December You see, it's been our misfortune to have the wrong religion.
Why didn't we have the religion of the Japanesewho regard sacrifice for the Fatherland as the highest good? The Mohammedan religion too would have been more compatible to us than Christianity.
Why did it have to be Christianity with its meekness and flabbiness? Adolf Hitleras quoted in Inside the Third Reich: Memoirs by Albert Speer, p. If the war is lost, the nation will also perish. This fate is inevitable. There is no necessity to take into consideration the basis which the people will need to continue even a most primitive existence. On the contrary, it will be better to destroy these things ourselves, because this nation will have proved to be the weaker one and the future will belong solely to the stronger eastern nation.
Besides, those who will remain after the battle are only the inferior ones, for the good ones have all been killed. Enter the Bunker"The History Place. Not so long ago we Germans thirsted after blood. We had half the world in trenches crawling through the mud. Victory was in our reach as we launched U-boat fleets. Back at home our women starved or else they worked the streets.
From Attila on we've had a steady line of heroes. So how come we got stuck this time with a bunch of zeroes. Then a naval mutiny made it clear for all to see the status quo just had to go in Germany. Oh, how we wish that we were kids again. How pure we were back then when we were young.
Back then we played at war on soft green grass. We fought with make-believe, not poison gas. And now that we have seen the face of war. We're not the same men that we were before, and we can say without hypocrisy, now we want the world to be safe for democracy. He told me that I am a Muslim, that I am a terrorist. I told him that he is the German, that he burned people.
I said "Why are you talking to me? I told him that we, the Shia people, in Iraq we were the first victims. Saddam killed civilian people, he cut off our heads, he blew up our houses. I told him that Hitler burned the Jews. Nobody in the world has done what he did. Then I told him we are the same. You are German, and you are not Hitler.
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I am a Muslim, but I am not Osama bin Laden. Europe has been at peace since But it is a restless peace that's shadowed by the threat of violence.
An unnatural line runs through the heart of a very great and a very proud nation. History warns us that until this harsh division has been resolved, peace in Europe will never be secure. We must turn to one of the great unfinished tasks of our generation, and that unfinished task is making Europe whole again.
Johnson,book 2, p. K[ edit ] Had Germany occupied the United Statesnearly all of us would have joined an armed resistance to the Nazis. That's what I thought, too, when I was But that reflects a hopelessly naive view, both of what the world looked like to most people after the Nazis had conquered Austria, Poland, Czechoslovakia, Holland, Belgium, Luxembourg, Denmark, Norway and France, and of what it actually meant to take up arms against an occupying power.
Americans reflexively believe that had Germany occupied the United Statesnearly all of us would have joined an armed resistance to the Nazis.
There are many people in the world who really don't understand, or say they don't, what is the great issue between the free world and the Communist world. Its capital, Brussels, hosts several of the EUs official seats as well as the headquarters of major international organizations such as NATO.Jeremy Clarkson's Motorworld - Switzerland S02E03
Belgium is also a part of the Schengen Area, Belgium is a developed country, with an advanced high-income economy and is categorized as very high in the Human Development Index. A gradual immigration by Germanic Frankish tribes during the 5th century brought the area under the rule of the Merovingian kings, a gradual shift of power during the 8th century led the kingdom of the Franks to evolve into the Carolingian Empire.
Many of these fiefdoms were united in the Burgundian Netherlands of the 14th and 15th centuries, the Eighty Years War divided the Low Countries into the northern United Provinces and the Southern Netherlands. The latter were ruled successively by the Spanish and the Austrian Habsburgs and this was the theatre of most Franco-Spanish and Franco-Austrian wars during the 17th and 18th centuries.
The reunification of the Low Countries as the United Kingdom of the Netherlands occurred at the dissolution of the First French Empire inalthough the franchise was initially restricted, universal suffrage for men was introduced after the general strike of and for women in The main political parties of the 19th century were the Catholic Party, French was originally the single official language adopted by the nobility and the bourgeoisie 5.
Netherlands — The Netherlands, also informally known as Holland is the main constituent country of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. It is a densely populated country located in Western Europe with three territories in the Caribbean. The European part of the Netherlands borders Germany to the east, Belgium to the south, and the North Sea to the northwest, sharing borders with Belgium, the United Kingdom.
The three largest cities in the Netherlands are Amsterdam, Rotterdam and The Hague, Amsterdam is the countrys capital, while The Hague holds the Dutch seat of parliament and government. The port of Rotterdam is the worlds largest port outside East-Asia, the name Holland is used informally to refer to the whole of the country of the Netherlands.
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Netherlands literally means lower countries, influenced by its low land and flat geography, most of the areas below sea level are artificial. Since the late 16th century, large areas have been reclaimed from the sea and lakes, with a population density of people per km2 — if water is excluded — the Netherlands is classified as a very densely populated country.
Only Bangladesh, South Korea, and Taiwan have both a population and higher population density. Nevertheless, the Netherlands is the worlds second-largest exporter of food and agricultural products and this is partly due to the fertility of the soil and the mild climate.
The first four are situated in The Hague, as is the EUs criminal intelligence agency Europol and this has led to the city being dubbed the worlds legal capital. The country also ranks second highest in the worlds Press Freedom Index, the Netherlands has a market-based mixed economy, ranking 17th of countries according to the Index of Economic Freedom.
It had the thirteenth-highest per capita income in the world in according to the International Monetary Fund, inthe United Nations World Happiness Report ranked the Netherlands as the seventh-happiest country in the world, reflecting its high quality of life. The Netherlands also ranks joint second highest in the Inequality-adjusted Human Development Index, the region called Low Countries and the country of the Netherlands have the same toponymy.
They are sometimes used in a relation to a higher ground that consecutively is indicated as Upper, Boven, Oben. The geographical location of the region, however, changed over time tremendously 6. It was the first region outside London to start broadcasting both the radio and television transmissions, the latter from the Sutton Coldfield television transmitter. For many years, BBC Birmingham was based at the Pebble Mill Studios, Pebble Mill has been demolished to make way for a dental hospital and school of dentistry, which opened in BBC Birmingham is the name of the Network Productions Centre in Birmingham making network programmes for television, BBC Midlands is the regional operation providing news, current affairs and other regional programmes.
Some departments within BBC Birmingham, such as programming, have been subject to review as part of a wider restructuring process. Much of the department, making programmes such as Countryfile, has been moved to either Bristol. Beforeseveral converted buildings across the city were used for the BBCs operations in Birmingham, Network television was based at Gosta Green just north of the city centre.
Its remit was to produce programmes set in regions of England in order to provide balance to the output from London.
The idea to use the foyer came about because of a lack of studio space. It was one of the few daytime magazine programmes at the time, the Pebble Mill format returned in as Daytime Live, renamed Scene Today and finally Pebble Mill. There was at least one Pebble Mill spin-off during the s, BBC Birmingham was commissioned to produce a late night replacement. Anamorphic format — Anamorphic format is the cinematography technique of shooting a widescreen picture on standard 35 mm film or other visual recording media with a non-widescreen native aspect ratio.
It also refers to the format in which a distorted image is stretched by an anamorphic projection lens to recreate the original aspect ratio on the viewing screen. In the s, phonograph and motion picture pioneer Leon F. Douglass also created special effects, however, how this relates to the earlier French invention, and later development, is unclear.
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Anamorphic widescreen was not used again for cinematography until when Twentieth Century-Fox bought the rights to the technique to create its CinemaScope widescreen technique, CinemaScope was one of many widescreen formats developed in the s to compete with the popularity of television and bring audiences back to the cinemas.
The Robe, which premiered inwas the first feature film released that was filmed with an anamorphic lens, the development of anamorphic widescreen arose due to a desire for wider aspect ratios while maintaining the use of standard cameras and projectors, and maximising overall image detail.
The modern anamorphic format has a ratio of 2. Academy format 35 mm film has a ratio of 1. To make full use of the film, thereby increasing overall image detail. Whatever the method used, the anamorphic lens leaves the image on film looking as if it had been stretched vertically and this deliberate geometric distortion is then reversed upon projection, resulting in a wider aspect ratio on-screen than that of the frame as recorded on film.
An anamorphic lens consists of a spherical lens, plus an anamorphic attachment that does the anamorphosing. The anamorphic element operates at infinite focal length, but still nevertheless anamorphoses the optical field.
When an anamorphic attachment is used, one uses a lens of a different focal length than one would for 1. Since a larger film area needed to be used in order to record the same picture and it should be noted that the picture is not manipulated in any way in the dimension that is orthogonal to the one anamorphosed. Cinerama was an attempt to solve the problem of high-quality widescreen imaging. Nonetheless, the format was popular enough with audiences to spur studios to the wide screen developments of the early s, a few films were distributed in Cinerama format and shown in special theaters.
Anamorphic widescreen was attractive to studios because of its high aspect ratio, without the disadvantages of Cineramas added complexities 8. It has the largest audience of any BBC channel, with an estimated 76 million viewers weekly inpart of the estimated million users of the BBCs four main international news services.
It employs more correspondents and reporters and has more international bureaux than any other news channel and it is not owned by BBC Worldwide. It was launched on 11 Marchafter two weeks of real-time pilots, initially as a half-hour bulletin once a day at 19,00 GMT.
Monday,30 January at 19,00 GMT, hour English cable lifestyle, variety and entertainment channel such, variety, culture, leisure, lifestyle, art, sincethe service has gone through several branding changes.
From tothe channel used relatively few graphics to display the name of the channel, as part of a major BBC corporate redesign the channel received its first main refresh on 9 Novemberthe day BBC News 24 was launched. Various fictional flags with some real ones were used, the idents were computer generated and developed by the Lambie-Nairn design agency.
Another large relaunch for BBC World took place on 3 Aprilon 8 December a second makeover, using the same drums and beeps style music but new graphics took place, although on a much smaller scale to that of The music was changed slightly while the colour scheme became black and red, with studios using frosted glass, white.
Later inthe slogan became Putting News First. The graphical refresh introduced in was refreshed in May with a more red output, on 22 January a new refresh was presented based on the previous graphics, a red coloured labels covering a red and black earthglobe along with the BBC World logo. Previously, the channel was broadcast in 4,3, with the news output fitted into a 14,9 frame for both digital and analogue broadcasting, resulting in black bands at the top and bottom of the screen 9.
The original format ran for twenty four years up to Decembera revamped format of the show began nearly one year later, in October The thirty minute programmes had a format, and were transmitted at first to viewers in the Midlands region only.
Top Gear and its title were conceived by executive producer Derek Smith, the programme covered motoring related issues, such as new car road tests, fuel economy, safety, the police, speeding, insurance, second hand cars and holiday touring.
In the first edition, Angela Rippon drove from Shepherds Bush in London, to the Pebble Mill studios in Birmingham, other items covered in the first programme were speed traps, fuel economy, strange new road signs and an interview with the transport minister. Derek Smith remained as producer, as did Angela Rippon as presenter along with co presenter Barrie Gill.
Other items in that series covered drink driving, traffic jams, rust and corrosion, tachographs in lorries, the Le Mans 24 Hour race, for the second network series, again of ten programmes, Angela Rippon continued as main presenter. Reporters included Mike Dornan, Judith Jackson and Barrie Gill, subjects covered included child car safety, tyres, CB radio, weighing lorries and junior grass track racing.
InNoel Edmonds took over from Angela Rippon as presenter for two series, from on, a variety of reporters were regularly used in addition to the three main co presenters Sue Baker, Frank Page, and Chris Goffey.