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80. Geburtstag von Margaret Thatcher

Gedenktage zu Politik, Kultur und Gesellschaft: 13. Oktober 2005

 

Kurzinformationen

Foto: Portrait von Margaret Thatcher
  Politikerin; britische Premierministerin
  • geboren am 13. Oktober 1925 in Grantham (GB)

Hörzitat (0'37") aus:
Dokument DRA Wiesbaden B009873259

Bundeskanzler Helmut Schmidt und Premierministerin Margaret Thatcher bei einem Treffen in London 1979
Foto: Regierung online / Schaack

Aufnahmen

  • Ausschnitt aus einer Rede auf dem Parteitag der Konservativen Partei Großbritanniens (engl)
    "And there is another word our opponents like. The word is 'reactionary'. They say that a Thatcher government - and I must say I like the sound of that; I like it a little more each time I hear it, ant they use it quite a lot, they must believe it - they say that a Thatcher government would be reactionary. If to react against the politics of the last few years, which undermined our way of life and devastated our economy - if that's reactionary, then we are reactionary and so are the vast majority of the British people. Now I'd like to make two final points about the unions. First, a strong and responsible trade union movement is essential to this country and its rights must be respected. Second, the belief that those rights take precedence over all other rights, and even over the low itself, could be fatal to this country. Now, happily, the great majority of trade unionists know this as well as if not better than some of their leaders. They know that while their leaders represent them at work, we represent them in Parliament."
    Redner: Margaret Thatcher
    ca. 15.10.1977 / DRA Wiesbaden B007894636; 1‘55"
  • Erklärung der neuen britischen Premierministerin nach dem Wahlsieg der Konservativen über Labour bei den Wahlen zum britischen Unterhaus (engl)
    "Her Majesty, the Queen, has asked me to form a new administration, and I have accepted. It is of course the greatest honour that can come to any citizen in a democracy. I know full well the responsibilities that await me as I enter the door at Number Ten, and I’ll strive unceasingly to try to fulfil the trust and confidence that the British people have placed in me and the things in which I believe. And I would just like to remember some words of Saint Francis of Assisi, which I think are really just particularly apt at the moment: ‘Where there is discord, may we bring harmony; where there is error, may we bring truth; where there is doubt, may we bring faith; and where there is despair, may we bring hope’. And to all British people, howsoever they voted, may I say this: now that the election is over, may we get together and strive to serve and strengthen the country of which we are so proud to be a part. And, finally, one last thing, in the words of Airey Neave, whom we had hoped to bring here with us: ‘There is now work to be done’"
    Redner: Margaret Thatcher
    4.5.1979 / DRA Wiesbaden B006693128; 1’18"
  • Erklärung der britischen Premierministerin anlässlich des Besuchs von Bundeskanzler Schmidt in London (engl)
    "Of course, we have a common interest in the defence of the West and in NATO. I have been able to give Chancellor Schmidt our own views about the European Community, and you naturally will be aware that we take a very different and, I hope, very much more co-operative attitude that has been taken in the past few years over the development of the Community. ..."
    Redner: Margaret Thatcher
    ca. 15.5.1979 / DRA Wiesbaden B006692963; 0’36"
  • Erklärung der britischen Premierministerin in Luxemburg (engl)
    "We both compromised. My partners moved and offered more. We compromised both on amount and on duration, both of which are important. Duration isparticularly important because we have had so many troubles on the budgetquestion that I didn’t really feel that we could have a very temporarys ettlement, only to be back within a year or so arguing again. The upshot was that when the amount was almost satisfactory, the duration was only about a year or so, which clearly was not enough. And when the duration was of something like five years, the ameunt was wholly unsatisfactory. Now, we both tried to compromise, hut in the end there was a gap left."
    Redner: Margaret Thatcher
    ca. 1.5.1980 / DRA Wiesbaden B010213708 0’52"
  • Erklärung der britischen Premierministerin Margaret Thatcher zur Zukunft von Hongkong (engl)
    "I can point to the statement, I can point to the fact that we’re going to have talks, I can point to the fact that we’re both determined to try to solve it by consultation and cooperation. And I can point to something else, too: it won’t do anyone any good if this very flourishing Hong Kong that has been built up is destroyed. It’s in China’s interest to keep it, it’s an invested interest the world over to keep it, above all it’s in the interest of the people of Hong Kong to keep it".
    Redner: Margaret Thatcher
    Sept. 1982 / DRA Wiesbaden B007839475; 0’30"
  • Erklärung der britischen Premierministerin Margaret Thatcher über die britisch-amerikanischen Beziehungen (engl)
    Hörzitat (0'37''): "So far as I am concerned, Anglo-American relations are in good heart. Even as the press were describing my attitude I was having a customary warm and friendly discussion last evening with Secretary Regan at Number 10, Downing Street. It is with friends that you can talk frankly, never with rancour, always with friendship, always with understanding. That’s the way it is between Britain and the United States, and that’s the way it will continue to be."
    Redner: Margaret Thatcher
    Dez. 1983 / DRA Wiesbaden B009873259; 0’37"
Stand: 13. Oktober 2005

 

 

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