ZIS 110 Russisches Taxi 1948Das ist ein sehr schoenes Modell eines ZIS 110 Taxi. Das Baujahr des Originals war 1948.THis is a very nice model from the ZIS 110 Russian Taxi.Hersteller / Producer:ISTHersteller-Nr. / Produc.number:093Massstab / Scale:1:43Beste
Das ist ein sehr schönes Modell eines Ferrari 166 MM. Das Baujahr des Originals war 1948.This is a very nice model from the Ferrari 166 MM in red color.Die Lieferung erfolgt in der Originalverpackung. Delivery in original-package.Achtung! Sammlermode
Esquina Homero Manzi has been declared a National Historic Site based on the contributions to Tango culture in Argentina. Some of the most iconic tango songs were created here. Homero Manzi a famous lyricist wrote the famous song called Sur in this venue in 1948.
Newly restored version of Roberto Rossellini’s closing part of his celebrated War Trilogy. Amidst the ruins of Berlin in the immediate post-war years a young boy, Edmund, attempts to support his family. This devastating portrait of an obliterated post-war Europe remains one of the most affecting films in the history of cinema. This new DVD edition also includes L’Amore (1948), Rossellini’s two-part anthology film which proved hugely controversial on its original release. The first part was co-scripted by Rossellini and Federico Fellini and stars Fellini as Saint Joseph , who villainously impregnates Nanni (Anna Magnani), a disturbed peasant who believes herself to be the Virgin Mary. The second part is based on Jean Cocteau’s play La voix humaine. Features: Newly restored presentations of Germany Year Zero and L’Amore L’Amore (Roberto Rossellini, 1948, 70 mins): anthology film with sections written by Jean Cocteau and Federico Fellini, and starring Anna Magnani Illustrated booklet with film notes and complete credits Cast and Crew: Directed by Roberto Rossellini. Starring Anna Magnani, Federico Fellini, Ernst Pittschau, Edmund Moeschke, Franz-Otto Krüger, Ingetraud Hinze, Erich Gühne Written by Federico Fellini and Jean Cocteau
This full-day trip is suitable for all travelers. Life vests will be provided and our guide will be with you the whole time.Discover the corals and fishes at the USAT Liberty shipwreck. This place has been home to corals and fishes for ages. And after the snorkeling trip, enjoy a tour to Tirta Gangga. A former water palace which was built in 1948.
This half day geopolitical tour takes you along Jerusalem's seam line that divides the Israeli and Palestinian sides of the city, and to key sites among them: (1) the border of 1948-1967 (2) An isolated Jewish settlement in East Jerusalem (3) A large Jewish neighborhood in east Jerusalem (4) The Israeli security barrier dividing Jerusalem from the West Bank
Now in a mini edition! The Universal Declaration of Human Rights was signed on 10th December 1948. It was compiled after World War Two to declare and protect the rights of all people from all countries. This beautiful collection, published 60 years on, celebrates each declaration with an illustration by an internationally-renowned artist or illustrator and is the perfect gift for children and adults alike. Published in association with Amnesty International, with a foreword by David Tennant and John Boyne. Includes art work contributions from Axel Scheffler, Peter Sis, Satoshi Kitamura, Alan Lee, Polly Dunbar, Jackie Morris, Debi Gliori, Chris Riddell, Catherine and Laurence Anholt and many more!
Established in April 1946, the Central Office of Information (COI) was the successor to the wartime Ministry of Information. It went on to produce and distribute thousands of films for use across Britain, the Commonwealth and the world. Many famous names passed through the COI, including luminaries of the British documentary movement such as Paul Rotha, Humphrey Jennings and Lindsay Anderson and in later years the likes of Hugh Hudson (Chariots of Fire) and Peter Greenaway (The Draughtsman’s Contract) This 2-disc Blu-ray collection brings together many of the COI’s most loved (and in some cases feared) productions including Design for Today, Apaches, Lonely Water and Charley’s March of Time. Also included are two previously unreleased COI classics, Smoking and You and Waverley Steps. Extras/Episodes: Disc 1: Children of the City (1944, 31 mins) Brief City (1952, 20 mins) Design for Today (1965, 15 mins) Voyage North (1965, 22 mins) Lonely Water (1973, 2 mins) Drive Carefully Darling (1975, 17 mins) Apaches (1977, 27 mins) Building Sites Bite (1978, 29 mins) Insight: Zandra Rhodes (1981, 15 mins) Disc 2: Your Children and You (1946, 29 mins) Waverley Steps (1948, 31 mins) Charley’s March of Time (1948, 9 mins) What a Life! (1948, 12 mins) Another Case of Poisoning (1949, 14 mins) Riding on Air (1959, 16 mins) Smoking and You (1963, 11 mins) The Poet’s Eye (1964, 20 mins) Opus (1967, 29 mins) Never Go With Strangers (1971, 18 mins) Extras: A selection of Public Information Fillers (PIFs) including Grain Drain, Searching, Tornado Trailer, and AIDS: Iceberg which was directed by Nic Roeg and features music by Brian Eno ***FIRST PRESSING ONLY*** Booklet featuring a new introduction by John Hall (Director, Films Division 1982-1989), a new essay on Smoking and You by Scott Anthony and previously published essays on all the other included films.
Drawing on such unique sources as Thornton Wilder's unpublished letters, journals, and selections from the extensive annotations Wilder made years later in the margins of the book, Tappan Wilder's Afterword adds a special dimension to the reissue of this internationally acclaimed novel. The Ides of March, first published in 1948, is a brilliant epistolary novel set in Julius Caesar's Rome. Thornton Wilder called it a fantasia on certain events and persons of the last days of the Roman republic. Through vividly imagined letters and documents, Wilder brings to life a dramatic period of world history and one of history's most magnetic, elusive personalities. In this inventive narrative, the Caesar of history becomes Caesar the human being. Wilder also resurrects the controversial figures surrounding Caesar -- Cleopatra, Catullus, Cicero, and others. All Rome comes crowding through these pages -- the Rome of villas and slums, beautiful women and brawling youths, spies and assassins.