Tauschen Sie sich mit Feuerwerk-Experten aus und informieren Sie sich. The events within the venue were also meticulously documented. Haus Christine Gundelsheim. Around 9.15pm, the police report indicates an initial ‘surge in tension. 2The Rolling Stones’ tour was organised by the youth magazine Bravo, following the example of its French counterpart Salut les copains, which, two years earlier, had organised the concert in Paris at Place de la Nation in collaboration with the radio station Europe 1. Hoersch Teddy (ed. The police officers withdrew in order to be divided into new groups. As for the city of Munich, it considered applying a 14,000 Deutschmark tax on entertainment spectacles on the pretext that the shows by ‘young London singers’ were not about music but simply a form of popular entertainment. 20 Note on the ‘Rolling Stones’ concert on September 15, 1965 at the Waldbühne, September 8, 1965. The next day, the police report recorded a heavy toll and some of these figures would later be revised upwards: 89 detentions, 61 injured given first aid, 28 injured treated as outpatients, 26 injured police officers – 6 of whom were hospitalised –, one injured horse, one urban train wagon destroyed (S-Bahn), and 300,000 Deutschmarks of material damage sustained by the Waldbühne. Revue d'Histoire de la justice, des crimes et des peines. See the Report on the execution and experience of the police measures, Berlin, September 23, 1965, Annex b3 to S 1 524/65 of September 23, 1965: ‘Abschrift des Kommentars von Matthias Walden über de. 38 Agency Bulletin ‘Berliner Polizei fuer Verbot von Krawall-Veranstaltungen’, n.d., typescript, PhS 3 ; 39 During the 57 th session of September 23 and the 58 th session of October 7, 1965. The band had only been playing for ten minutes when several dozen fans climbed onto the stage to join the musicians. In Essen, unconventional methods were used as described in one report, for example covering the front of the stage with black soap so that any fans trying to climb up would slide back down again under the jeers of the crowd! They included the Team Beats Berlin and Didi and his ABC-Boys, famous for their German adaptations of Beatles hits. 80% of the venue’s wooden benches and 90% of its wooden barriers were destroyed.28, Example of media coverage after the riot at the Waldbühne: press cutting, with black border. In Hamburg, only plain clothes officers had been used, some of whom were dressed as young fans in order to be able to marshal the crowd if necessary.45 Motorbikes proved more effective than horses, which tended to be too sensitive to the noise of the drums and firecrackers. Als Du näherkommst, mustert er Dich skeptisch. Zeitschrift für musisches Leben in der Jugend, no V, October 1965, p. 240-243. 24 See ‘Wenn man da mitten drinne is […]’, op. Der Wachmann hat einen bürstenförmigen Schnauzbart und kleine, grüne Augen. Alte Polizeiakten verraten nun, wie verhärtet die Fronten waren,”. Der liebe Gott versteht allein ein armes Menschenherz. Od 21.12.2007 nejsou v zásadě prováděny na společných vnitřních hranicích mezi Českou republikou a Spolkovou republikou Německo žádné hraniční kontroly (článek 20 nařízení EU číslo 56272006 (Schengenský hraniční kodex)). November 2020, gestern und dieser Woche. Motorbikes proved more effective than horses, which tended to be too sensitive to the noise of the drums and firecrackers. In defence of their strategy, police leaders pointed to the effects of alcohol but also to the ‘systematic propaganda of the tabloid press’, which had been ratcheting up the tension for weeks with sensationalist headlines as though hoping to provoke clashes.31 In reality, Bravo’s publishers had contacted the police before the concert.32 All security measures had been discussed beforehand by representatives of the organisers with the police and the inspectorate in charge of the Waldbühne. A mere six minutes later, the report describes how the situation escalated. Most of the entries in this bibliography were catalogued in the Online Computer Library Center (OCLC) database between August 1, 2007 and December 31, 2007. 5,390 Followers, 33 Following, 341 Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from BUND Naturschutz in Bayern (@bundnaturschutz) See the Report on the execution and experience of the police measures, p. 6. The police therefore could not use surprise as an excuse, especially not after the precedent set by the destruction of West Berlin’s Sportpalast during Bill Haley’s concert in 1958. Note on the ‘Rolling Stones’ concert on September 15, 1965 at the Waldbühne, September 8, 1965. The events within the venue were also meticulously documented. Annex b3 to S 1 524/65 of September 23, 1965: ‘Abschrift des Kommentars von Matthias Walden über den Verlauf der Veranstaltung mit den Rolling Stones in der Waldbühne’, PhS 3.43.3. edited by Teddy Hoersch (Munich: Collection Rolf Heyne, 2006), p. 191. 39 During the 57th session of September 23 and the 58th session of October 7, 1965. A virulent debate then ensued between the concert organisers, the media, the police, and politicians, about who was principally to blame and all the interests involved. 59 See Claude Chastagner, De la culture rock (Paris: Presses Universitaires de France, 2011). Analysing the aftermath of the concert, the article demonstrates how not only the event itself, but also the effects of rock music in general and the state of post-war youth, were discussed extensively in the media and even in a political debate at the Berlin city parliament. 51 ‘Rolling Stones machen keine Musik – nur Lärm’ (with the Associated Press agency), Berliner Morgenpost, January 26, 1966. This article analyses the violence that broke out at a 1965 Rolling Stones concert in West Berlin. It is true that due to problems with their insurance, the Waldbühne remained in ruins for so long that it was not able to host another beat music concert during the following years. (Boston: Da Capo Press, 1993), p. 132-133. , September 1965; ‘“Sie sollen kreischen”. PhS 3.43.3. But only twenty minutes later, the organisers stopped the concert. 7By 9.10pm, it was clear that this would not suffice. This solution was even more advisable because ‘youths were drawn to everything to do with technology and admired the audacity and skill of the motorbike riders’. Drawing on research conducted on goldfish at the Max Planck Institute, she warned about the danger of beat music impairing cardiac rhythm. edn (Opladen: Westdeutscher Verlag, 1978), p. 816. In Popgeschichte. Paris: Presses Universitaires de France, 2011. Fights between Mods and Rockers broke out in seaside resorts in the south of England, while in Paris a mass concert announced as the ‘Nuit de la Nation’ (held on the city’s Place de la Nation) spiralled out of control. 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Approche interdisciplinaire, Savoirs, politiques et pratiques de l'exécution des peines en France au XX, L’aménagement des peines privatives de liberté : l’exécution de la peine autrement, "Théâtre et Justice : autour de la mise en scène des, Le SMPR de Marseille a 30 ans : Histoire et engagement, regards croisés, Catalogue des 552 revues. All security measures had been discussed beforehand by representatives of the organisers with the police and the inspectorate in charge of the Waldbühne. Berlin: Suhrkamp, 2019 (stw 2237). 21The incidents that took place during the Rolling Stones’ Berlin concert demonstrate in an exemplary fashion how the emergence of new forms of culture in the 1960s did not occur without conflict.59 While different actors tried to add to the disreputable image of the Stones before the concert, presenting them without hesitation as the ‘hardest group in the world’, to set them apart from the ‘nice’ Beatles, the media then only accentuated the desired effect. Der CDU-Abgeordnete Irmer ist für seine Ausfälle gegen Ausländer, den Islam oder Homosexuelle bekannt. At the same time, the deliberate destruction of the Waldbühne’s equipment began. 1The early 1960s were relatively calm compared to the previous decade, during which clashes relating to rock 'n' roll and negative social stereotypes associated with the labels ‘Halbstarke’, ‘teddy boys’, and ‘juvenile delinquents’ constantly made the headlines. cit., p. 7. 13 See the Report on the execution and experience of the police measures (note 7), p. 13. Once again, then, the 1960s emerge as a period of transition (‘Schwellenzeit’, Reinhart Koselleck) in the establishing of an increasingly transnational youth pop culture in the second half of the twentieth century. Konsum und Politik in der westdeutschen Jugendkultur der 60er Jahre, Jugend – Pop – Kultur. By 9.10pm, it was clear that this would not suffice. In the Waldbühne, though, the police report testifies to the reverse effect: ‘in the glare of the spotlights, they [the audience] lost all inhibitions and felt as though they were the “photogenic focus” of all attention.’21 When the spotlights were suddenly turned off, at the organisers’ request, to signal to the audience that the show was over, many of them panicked as they were suddenly plunged into darkness.22 Recorded as occurring at 10pm, the ‘end of the event’ was disorderly, as the report states: Hundreds of youths [tried to] storm the stage. Grotum Thomas, “Die Bill-Haley-Tournee 1958. Police riot squads ready for action,” Melody Maker, September 5, 1964, p. 1. 8The band had only been playing for ten minutes when several dozen fans climbed onto the stage to join the musicians. were thrown onto the stage or at police officers. For a short while, it seemed as though adults adopting youth dances, such as the twist, had consigned the troubles of rock to the past, but towards the second half of the 1960s, the media reported several public order issues. Polizist_innen würden bespuckt und beleidigt und angegriffen, das habe er selbst schon erlebt. The first firecrackers were thrown, along with some objects including shoes and underwear. A little earlier, the first isolated cases of ‘police battoning’ had been reported, to prevent groups of ticketless fans from forcing their way inside. Fluch der bösen Taten’, Der Abend, March 1, 1967; Detlef Siegfried, Time is on my Side. 41 Minutes of the debates published in Polizei Schau. Voir la notice dans le catalogue OpenEdition, Plan du site – Politique éditoriale – Crédits – Flux de syndication, Nous adhérons à OpenEdition Journals – Édité avec Lodel – Accès réservé, Vous allez être redirigé vers OpenEdition Search. The incidents that took place during the Rolling Stones’ Berlin concert demonstrate in an exemplary fashion how the emergence of new forms of culture in the 1960s did not occur without conflict. (German) [Fertility Idol of the Timoto Cuicas: a Contribution to the Knowledge of Early Venezuelan Medicine and Cultures] . Certain accounts report that some of the audience climbed onto the benches and jumped up and down on them in rhythm, whilst shouting in chorus for the concert to continue. When the five young Brits stepped off the aircraft at Tegel airport on September 15, substantial measures had been taken to ensure security on the runway. Zeitschrift für die Berliner Polizei, October 2, 1965, p. 21. See the following chapter: Alexander Mitscherlich, ‘Die Idee des Friedens und die menschliche Agres. Erfolgreich haben sie sich nun auch fÃ¼r das Projekt "Gemeinsam fair und tolerant" im Programm "Hessen - aktiv fÃ¼r Demokratie und gegen Extremismus" beworben. Karthauserie. Fights between Mods and Rockers broke out in seaside resorts in the south of England, while in Paris a mass concert announced as the ‘Nuit de la Nation’ (held on the city’s Place de la Nation) spiralled out of control.1 This article restricts its focus to discussing the Rolling Stones tour which, in autumn 1965, became a focal point for media, police and political debate in Germany.2 I discuss the reception of the concert more than the band and their music, which are already sufficiently well known, and, in so doing, I draw on police reports and press articles from the months immediately after the event. 56 ‘Extract from the Report of the Institute of Police, Paris,’ Bayer. See Report on the experience of police measures relating to beat music concerts, sheet 9, 15. He argued against any ban on the grounds that, in his view, the State should prohibit as little as possible.41 The socialdemocratic senator for youth and sports also made a measured declaration, reminding ‘the elders here present’ that ‘during the Roaring Twenties, he had indulged in strange dances and his parents had had trouble understanding his behaviour’.42 The representatives used the example of the concert to debate their parties’ conceptions of youth and security policies, with the result that a ban was put to a vote but finally defeated. According to one press report, the stage was littered with ‘orphaned’ pieces of lingerie. Zeitschrift für die Berliner Polizei. They also took up the topic of the fear of delinquency, dating back to the previous decade, in relation to rock 'n' roll and fuelled by demographic data suggesting societies were becoming ever younger. Thomas, “Die Bill-Haley-Tournee 1958. Thanks to pragmatic measures, the venue was eventually suitably equipped for rock concerts, with wire fencing that was impossible to climb and metal benches that could take the weight of many spectators. Al. The destruction of benches, barriers, and lighting systems increased in scale. The morning of September 16, the Waldbühne was not the only thing in tatters: according to certain commentators, the same was true for the image of beat music, of Anglo-American rock, and of a portion of the country’s youth. The function of such practices is to ‘evacuate natural aggression’ in a controlled environment, in order to ward off more serious harm. I discuss the repercussions of these events in a newspaper article: Bodo Mrozek, The early 1960s were relatively calm compared to the previous decade, during which clashes relating to rock 'n' roll and negative social stereotypes associated with the labels ‘. Around 9.50pm, the spotlights that had been flooding the stage with bright white light were turned off. A new debate about the state of that youth began. 34 Martin Morlock, ‘Girlie Action’, Der Spiegel, no 39, 1965, p. 157. Pop Culture Panics: How Moral Crusaders Construct Meanings of Deviance and Delinquency. 36 See the following chapter: Alexander Mitscherlich, ‘Die Idee des Friedens und die menschliche Agressivität’, in Gesammelte Schriften V, Sozialpsychologie 3, edited by Klaus Menne and Helga Haase (Frankfurt am Main: Suhrkamp, 1983), p. 350. This was also due to the fact that, in this particular case, the publisher of the main Berlin tabloid newspaper was also the organiser of the concert. 58 See: ‘Die Waldbühne im Wiederaufbau. Meyhöfers Gasthaus Kremmen. Foto: Steffen Gross. At the same time, the deliberate destruction of the Waldbühne’s equipment began. edn (Opladen: Westdeutscher Verlag, 1978), p. 816. FEUERWERK.net ist seit über 20 Jahren das bedeutendste und reichweitenstärkste deutschsprachige Internetportal für Feuerwerk und Pyrotechnik. Dynamiques des révoltes dans les prisons (XXe-XIXe siècles, Amérique du Nord, Europe), L’administration pénitentiaire, 1945, 1975, 2015. Thi Tina Engel, Actress: Das zweite Erwachen der Christa Klages. had contacted the police before the concert. The event also sparked administrative reform. rev. The police also came under pressure from the media. As in one of the execution methods used in Ancient China, this imbalance could even lead to ‘death by music’. ), BRAVO. Analysing the aftermath of the concert, the article demonstrates how not only the event itself, but also the effects of rock music in general and the state of post-war youth, were discussed extensively in the media and even in a political debate at the Berlin city parliament. The police force present managed to clear the stage and surrounding area, through the use of batons.