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Republican forces defend Barcelona against attack of Nationalist forces during Spanish Civil War
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04/28/75 C0050623 - COLOR BARCELONA, SPAIN: GRAND PRIX AUTO RACES
04/28/75 C0050623 - COLOR BARCELONA, SPAIN: GRAND PRIX AUTO RACES LNC 62372 "GRAND PRIX" SHOWS: GV OF PIT ACTIVITY BEFORE START OF RACE: SHOT OF ONE DRIVER: CU ANOTHER DRIVER: MCU OF JACKIE ICKX: MS OF CRASH CAR: TWO CU SHOTS OF NICKI LAUDA OF AUSTRIA: GV CARS AT STATE: REAR VIEW OF CARS LEAVING START: TWO MS OF RACE IN PROGRESS: MS AND PAN OF CRASH SCENE: MS SOOM INTO INJURED: TWO LS OF DRIVER BEING PLACED IN AMBULANCE: MS OF CRASH SCENE: MS OF SPECTATOR KILLED: ZOOM INTO RESCUE WORK: MS OF RESCUE WORKERS COVERING DEAD MAN: GV AND PAN OF CRASH SCENE: MS OF AMBULANCE: (SHOT 4/27/75 62FT) SPAIN - BARCELONA RACING ACCIDENTS - SPAIN - BARCELONA AUTO RACES - 1975 STOMMELEN, ROLF - CRASH UPITN / 62 FT / 16 MM / COLOR / PRINT / R56032
BARCELONA - DEATH RAINS FROM THE SKY
Soundtrack is currently missing for this item. <br/> <br/>Titles read: "BARCELONA - Death rains from the sky ". <br/> <br/>Barcelona, Spain. <br/> <br/>Various shots of destruction after an air raid in the Spanish Civil War. Bombed houses and buildings; people looking distraught and disbelieving. Injured or dead people are carried on stretchers to an ambulance. A group of people sort through the rubble of a bombed house. A fallen tree lies across a street. Shocked-looking old women are ushered away from the scene.
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Ambulances arrive at scene of Barcelona attack
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ISSUE_NO = 454 NO_OF_ITEMS = 10 ITEM_NO = 1 Reported by Leslie Mitchell DESCRIPTION : Horror in Barcelona. CARD_FILE = 32568 CARD_TITLE : Barcelona Bombed SHOT_LIST : Scenes of people scurrying for shelter as the bombs fall in the streets. Ambulances carry off the injured after the raid and there are shots of damaged buildings etc. KEYWORDS : Spanish Civil War; Spain; Air Raids and War Damage; Airforce - Active; Vehicles MATERIAL : Neg 4228 Comb Dupe Negative 06379 LENGTH_SHOT = 145 DATE_SUBD = 02/10/1938
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DEATH RAINS FROM THE SKY
Full title reads: "Death rains from the sky". <br/> <br/>Barcelona, Spain - Spanish Civil War. <br/> <br/>Scenes of city shortly after air raid. Various shots of buildings reduced to heaps of rubble. People move about streets. M/S of women crying hysterically. Various shots of ambulances rushing to bomb scenes. Various shots of bodies being lifted from rubble and carried to ambulances on stretchers covered with blankets. Various shots of men (some in uniform) working to clear rubble. Several shots of people being led away from bombsight looking distressed. Whole scene looks chaotic. <br/> <br/>Note: item may be same as AIR RAID PRECAUTIONS in UN 53 K. AH 2001. <br/> <br/>Note: sound track is missing.
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AIR RAID PRECAUTIONS
Unused / unissued material - no paperwork - dates unclear or unknown.<br/><br/>Title reads: "Air-Raid Precautions. Berlin stages a black-out."<br/><br/>Berlin, Germany. (Possibly a dupe of 37/76 - 1937)<br/><br/>Sound of an air raid siren. Views of Berlin as people clear the streets in mock air raid practice. CU sign in German - "Zum offentlichen 2 minuten Sammel-Schutzraum." German troops run for cover. Almost totally deserted streets. Trams sit empty. Deserted streets. Views of bombers in the sky. CU of military observers from other nations watching air raid practice. Smoke bombs go off. More shots of planes and observers. Voiceover suggests fears of use of poison gas. Views of various buildings in Berlin. The smoke canisters make it appear like a real bombing raid. First aid men carry stretchers. Fire brigade at work. Damage (presumably mocked up for the event). Decontamination units at work in rubber suits and gas masks to clear the poison gas. <br/><br/>Title reads: "Death From The Air - Gas Attack Demonstration In Paris"<br/><br/>Paris, France. (Possibly a dupe of 36/85 - 1936)<br/><br/>Various night time shots of bright lights of Paris. Air raid siren set off. Views of sirens. Electricity switches pulled and lights go out. People put on gas masks. Searchlights pick out planes. Anti-aircraft guns fire. Rescue teams wearing gas masks work to rescue injured. <br/><br/>Title reads: "Air Raid Defence Practice in Budapest"<br/><br/>Budapest, Hungary. (Possibly a dupe of 37/101 - 1937)<br/><br/>CU air raid sirens. Empty streets of Budapest. Smoke canisters used to mock up fire and poison gas. Flares set off to indicate incendiary bombs. Fire brigades drive out of fire station. Mocked up scenes of devastation following bombing. Rescue squads wearing gas masks make their way on fire engines. Rescue and first aid squads at work on fires and wounded. Decontamination squads work as if they had been bombed with mustard gas.<br/><br/>Naples, Italy. (Possibly a dupe of 35/29 - 1935)<br/><br/>Italian air raid precautions are tested. Troops prepare anti-aircraft guns. Men in gas masks go work in mocked up burning buildings. Anti aircraft guns fire. People lowered from buildings. People pretending to be wounded are given first aid and loaded into ambulances. More people are rescued.<br/><br/>Title reads: "Barcelona - Death Rains From The Sky"<br/><br/>Barcelona, Spain. (Possibly a dupe of 38/20 - 1938) Spanish Civil War.<br/><br/>Bomb damage in Barcelona. Woman crying in the street. Ambulances at work. Rescue workers carry out injured from bombed building. People searching through rubble. CU two people looking scared in shock. Rubble moved from building. Note: see separate record for DEATH RAINS FROM THE SKY in 37/101. AH 2001.<br/><br/>Title reads: "Chapei" China. (Possibly a dupe of 37/89 - 1937)<br/>Japanese troops near Shanghai. Troops on the move. Bombing and artillery fire. Destruction of the city by bombing. <br/><br/>Title reads: "Japanese raid Canton" Canton, China. <br/>Views over Canton as smoke rises from damage. Japanese airman captured over Canton. Wrecked buildings and railway. People clear rubble from bombed buildings.<br/><br/>Title reads: "Canton Bombed" (Possibly a dupe of 38/49 - 1938)<br/>Views over roof tops of Canton. View from the river. A Pathe cameraman. Shots of smoke rising from damage. Closer shots of burning buildings. Fearful people in streets. Smoke rising. Wrecked buildings. A woman cries for dead. First aid man looks at young boy. More first aiders at work. Wrecked building.<br/><br/>Title reads: "The Bombing of Hankow" (Possibly a dupe of 38/62 - 1938)<br/>Planes over head. Bombs explode in city of Hankow. Shots of damage to United States of America embassy from bombing. People clearing rubble. Men carrying a coffin.<br/><br/>Title reads: "Madrid in Flames - Destruction Comes From The Air." (Possibly a dupe of 37/13 - 1937) Spanish Civil War scenes.<br/>Views over rooftops of Madrid, Spain. People look up as bombers fly over. People run for cover as siren sounds. Bombing begins and scenes of destruction. People cry and continue to run. Flames in the city at night. Burning buildings - fire and smoke. Ranks of coffins. Massive crater from bombing. More smashed buildings.
SPAIN: BARCELONA: CAR BOMB EXPLOSION
TAPE_NUMBER: EF00/1227 IN_TIME: 10:15:15 LENGTH: 02:46 SOURCES: EFE RESTRICTIONS: FEED: VARIOUS (THE ABOVE TIME-CODE IS TIME-OF-DAY) SCRIPT: Spanish/Nat XFA A car bomb exploded early on Thursday in the northeastern city of Barcelona, slightly injuring two people, authorities said. The bomb went off downtown around 1 a-m (0000 GMT) in Gandesa street near a Hilton hotel, said an Interior Ministry spokesman, speaking on condition of anonymity. Two men - one municipal employee and a security guard were slightly injured, he said. The security guard was taken to a hospital with shrapnel wounds, while the other man was treated at the scene. The Interior Ministry spokesman said an anonymous caller to the Barcelona daily newspaper Avui had telephoned a warning and claimed responsibility on behalf of the Basque separatist group ETA. Julia Garcia Val de Casas, the Interior Ministry's top representative in Barcelona, Spain's second largest city, said the bombing did not cause any major damage, but it could be heard for 3 kilometres (2 miles). A national television network reported that Prime Minister Jose Maria Aznar was scheduled to visit Barcelona on Thursday morning to give a news conference near the site of the blast. The Basque separatist group ETA has frequently used car bombs as part of its 32-year- old campaign for Basque independence, in which some 800 people have been killed. The attack, the second in Barcelona this year, came three days after another car bomb in a busy residential area in Madrid killed a supreme court judge, his driver and a police escort, and injured more than 60 people. Spanish authorities blame ETA for 19 deaths this year. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) "It seems that two are slightly injured. They are a traffic policeman and a security guard who was here looking after the offices. The traffic policeman had received the warnings and gone to warn the person who was nearby and at that moment it went off. Q: There was a warning? There was a call yes, some calls." SUPER CAPTION: Julia Garcia Val de Casas, Interior Ministry official SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) "The phone call was at around 10 to 1 and the explosion was at 1 am, it seems, approximately.That 's from approximate and preliminary data." SUPER CAPTION: Julia Garcia Val de Casas, Interior Ministry official SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) "At five to one there was a huge explosion, we went outside, we saw three policemen and the man, the security guard, lying on the ground and we were told to go back inside and shut the door." SUPER CAPTION: vox pop SHOTLIST: Barcelona, Spain, Nov 2 2000 1. Ambulance driving through street 2. Police cordon 3. Close-up of part of car 4. Various shots police and firemen investigating wreckage 5. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) Julia Garcia Val de Casas, Interior Ministry official 6. Garcia Val de Casas at crash site 7. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) Julia Garcia Val de Casas, Interior Ministry official 8. Various shots police and firemen investigating wreckage 9. Street 10. Various shots police at scene 11. Firemen at crash site 12. Close-up contorted wreckage 13. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) Vox pop 14. Ambulances lining side of street?
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Spain Barcelona Clashes 2 - WRAP Update on clashes at anti-globalisation protest
TAPE: EF02/0222 IN_TIME: 23:53:38 DURATION: 4:31 SOURCES: APTN RESTRICTIONS: DATELINE: Spain, 16 March 2002 SHOTLIST: 1. Protesters throwing stones and debris at police 2. Fire in alley way as protesters clash with police 3. Various of riot police on streets 4. Protesters smashing windows and attacking buildings 5. Riot police with smoke in background 6. Protesters running away from police, injured man falls to floor 7. Ambulance on road 8. Riot police on streets 9. Rubbish bin on fire 10. Riot police clashing with protesters 11. Police hitting cornered protesters in cafe 12. Wide exterior of cafe 13. Various of police firing tear gas cannisters 14. Police vans on roads 15. Arrested protesters handcuffed and seated on pavement 16. Various of arrested protesters 17. Motorbike riot police convoy 18. Riot police striking protesters with batons 19. Explosive skimming across road and exploding 21. Police vans 22. Man with extensive facial injuries 23. Upturned passenger car 24. Man being manhandled towards police van by policeman STORYLINE: Anti-capitalist protesters marched in Barcelona on the second day of the EU on Saturday before some clashed with Spanish police. Initial reports say that police used rubber bullets against demonstrators taking part in a massive anti-capitalist protest march in the Spanish city. Some protesters were seen to be detained by police although no official reports of arrests have yet been made. Some protesters attacked properties, targeting mainly banks and government buildings. There are reports of some injured but as yet there are no details of the numbers of casualties.
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SPAIN ATTACK
LONDON FEED OF AN ABC EDIT MASTER. 21:09:22:27 abc slate. cs vo david ensor about a bomb attack on a us servicemen's club in barcelona which killed serviceman ronald strong. ms of two us navy ships, the uss thorn and uss beary, moored. ms of the debris inside the club. ws of the ext of a hospital. ms of an ambulance. ms of police searching through broken glass particles. vs of us f16 fighters in the sky and on a runway. ws of spanish people burning a us flag. 21:11:42:03 natural sound. refeed. CI: PERSONALITIES: STRONG, RONALD (ABOUT). ATROCITIES: BOMBING, AFTERMATH. US RELATIONS: SPAIN.
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Spain Bombs - At least 60 killed in station blasts
NAME: SPAIN BOMBS 110304Nx TAPE: EF04/0291 IN_TIME: 10:56:50:21 DURATION: 00:03:14:19 SOURCES: TELE 5 DATELINE: Madrid - 11 March 2004 RESTRICTIONS: SHOTLIST: 1. Various of bystanders 2. Injured man on stretcher being carried to an ambulance 3. Mid shot injured man on stretcher, pull out 4. Close up injured man with paramedics 5. Injured man in ambulance, fire engine drives by 6. Paramedics assisting injured on the floor 7. Close up injured man in ambulance 8. Woman injured on the head walking with police 9. Policeman 10. Wide of injured on ground, zoom in 11. Woman sitting on pavement 12. Various of injured man with swollen eye seated on ground, being treated by police 13. Injured woman holding bandage to head 14. Police cars 15. Ambulances, pull out 16. Helicopter 17. Injured 18. Helicopter 19. Woman at balcony, pull out to bystanders 20. Police STORYLINE: Powerful explosions ripped through three Madrid train stations during the Thursday morning rush hour, killing at least 60 people and injuring dozens just days before national elections. There was no claim of responsibility, but suspicions fell on the armed Basque separatist group ETA. The Interior Ministry said that at least 60 people were killed. If the toll is confirmed, it would be the highest single death toll in decades of attacks by ETA. Until now it was 21 dead in a supermarket blast in Barcelona in 1987.
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AP-APTN-1830: ++Spain Strike 7 Thursday, 29 March 2012 STORY:++Spain Strike 7- Clashes between police and protesters in Barcelona LENGTH: 01:11 FIRST RUN: 1830 RESTRICTIONS: AP Clients Only TYPE: Natsound SOURCE: AP TELEVISION STORY NUMBER: 734480 DATELINE: Barcelona, 29 Mar 2012 LENGTH: 01:11 AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY SHOTLIST: 1. Riot police approaching rioters 2. Various of rubbish containers on fire 3. Various of demonstrators 4. Pull out from police jacket to wide of scene 5. Tilt down of smoke to wide of scene 6. Demonstrators running at police 7. Media filming demonstrators 8. Mid of riot police vehicles and ambulance leaving riot site 9. Various shots of injured protester being escorted and given treatment STORYLINE: Spanish workers livid over labour reforms they see as flagrantly pro-business staged a nationwide strike on Thursday and tried to bring the country to a halt by blocking traffic, closing factories and clashing with police in rowdy demonstrations. As the protests heated up in major cities, scuffles broke out between police and strikers. Hooded activists hurled rocks at bank offices and store fronts and set fire to street garbage containers in northeastern Barcelona, the second-largest city. By midday, a total of 58 people were detained and nine were injured, according to Interior Ministry official Cristina Diaz. Labour unions claimed massive participation in the 24-hour stoppage but the government and employers' associations said the strike was nothing more than a nuisance for the country. Riot police vans could be seen in many streets and squares in nearly every city as tens of thousands of union supporters were expected to take part in more demonstrations in the evening. The workers were protesting against the latest dose of austerity that Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy's conservative government - not yet 100 days old - has prescribed to appease European Union overseers and jittery investors watching Spain's debt grow and its gross domestic product (GDP) shrink. Clients are reminded: (i) to check the terms of their licence agreements for use of content outside news programming and that further advice and assistance can be obtained from the AP Archive on: Tel +44 (0) 20 7482 7482 Email: infoaparchive.com (ii) they should check with the applicable collecting society in their Territory regarding the clearance of any sound recording or performance included within the AP Television News service (iii) they have editorial responsibility for the use of all and any content included within the AP Television News service and for libel, privacy, compliance and third party rights applicable to their Territory. APTN APEX 03-29-12 1436EDT
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Spain Bombs - WRAP Two bombs explode, one near Real Madrid's stadium
TAPE: EF02/0370 IN_TIME: 23:04:03 DURATION: 4:03 SOURCES: TVE/TV5/EFE RESTRICTIONS: DATELINE: Madrid, 1 May 2002 SHOTLIST: TVE 1. Various of smoke billowing from building TV5 2. Various of police vehicles on the street 3. Police around smoking, destroyed vehicle 4. Ambulance arriving at scene 5. Fire truck beside smoking, destroyed vehicle 6. Pan from building to fire crew around burned out car 7. Various of security at scene EFE 8. Ambulances at the scene 9. People standing around watching 10. Police officer running down street 11. Ambulance arriving at scene 12. People standing behind police barrier 13. Close up of stadium 14. Wide shot of people behind police barrier 15. Close up of burned out vehicle 16. Close up of fire engine and crew 17. Close up of burned out vehicles 18. Security at the scene 19. Wide shot of scene with building in background STORYLINE: Two bombs exploded on Wednesday in the Spanish capital, one close to Real Madrid's soccer stadium hours before a European Champions League soccer match. Police were able to cordon off the area close to the Santiago Bernabeu stadium following a telephoned warning in the name of the armed Basque separatist group ETA. The car bomb exploded shortly before 5 p.m. (1500 GMT). The call was made to the pro-Basque independence newspaper Gara located outside the northern city of San Sebastian. An Ambulance service spokesman said seven people were slightly injured, most with cuts from flying glass. Some five cars were set ablaze by the blast and dozens of windows smashed in offices and apartments nearby. The bomb went off across the Paseo de La Castellana thoroughfare opposite the stadium which is located in the heart of Madrid's financial district. A second car bomb went off a half hour later in area some two kilometers (one mile) across town on Embajadores street, Telemadrid reported. There were no reports of injuries in the second explosion. The bombs came just hours before Real Madrid was due to play a semifinal second leg match against FC Barcelona in the European Champions League at the stadium. Hundreds of people had gathered outside the stadium since early morning awaiting the match. Officials said the game, due to start at 8.45 p.m. (1845 GMT), would still be played.
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Spain Bomb - Tourists evacuated as car bomb rocks resort
TAPE: EF01/0599 IN_TIME: 22:28:57 DURATION: 1:56 SOURCES: TVE RESTRICTIONS: DATELINE: Salou, 18 Aug 2001 SHOTLIST: 1. Ambulance drives past 2. Police outside hotel - zoom into hotel 3. Fire engines outside 4. People being evacuated 5. Police vehicles outside 6. Woman gets out of ambulance and walks away with her boyfriend 7. People waiting outside 8. People sitting on pavement waiting 9. Police 10. People waiting 11. Official stopping people from going back to hotel 12. Ambulance drives past 13. Fire engine drives past in distance 14. Ambulances and police 15. Woman in dressing down waiting 16. Woman wrapped in sheet and girls in blankets 17. People waiting 18. People milling around 19. People walking away up hillside STORYLINE: Dozens of tourists had to be evacuated in Spain after a powerful car bomb exploded outside their hotel. The early morning blast at Salou, a popular north-eastern seaside resort, followed a warning call on behalf of the Basque separatist group ETA. No injuries were reported in the blast which took place just after 8 a.m. (0600 GMT). The Cala Font hotel was evacuated after police received a call around 0700 local time (0500 GMT), warning that a device had been set to go off in the hotel car park an hour later. The caller claimed to be speaking on behalf of ETA, a separatist group which has killed more than 800 people since 1968. The car was found to contain some 50 kilogrammes (110 pounds)of explosives. Police, watched by about a thousand people, mostly British and Italian tourists and local residents, kept the area around the hotel cordoned off for fear of more bombs. Many of the tourists evacuated from the hotel were in bed at the time of the call and were still wearing the clothes they were sleeping in. Salou, located just south of the Mediterranean port city of Barcelona, is one of Spain's most popular summer resorts. The explosion came two days after police defused two bombs found in a northern coastal city following a similar warning call. A day earlier, another two explosive devices bearing the hallmark of ETA interrupted Spain's high-speed rail service in the south. Earlier this year, ETA warned tourists to stay away from Spain, as it would be targeting popular destinations.
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Attacks in Barcelona: a year of investigation
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