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1974 and German
* 1974 – Anja Knippel, German athlete
* 1902 – Jan Tschichold, German typographer ( d. 1974 )
* 1974 – Carsten Jancker, German footballer
A 1974 West German television adaptation, titled Nora Helmer was directed by Rainer Werner Fassbinder and starred Margit Carstensen in the title role.
* 1882 – Walther Meissner, German physicist ( d. 1974 )
* Laborschule Bielefeld-Founded in 1974, the Laborschule in Bielefeld ( Germany ) is named by the German translation of laboratory school.
On 9 August 2010, Eagle Rock Entertainment released Live – The Early Years in the UK as a DVD compilation that includes Fusion – Live in London ( 1976 ) along with never before released live performances at Brunel University ( 1973 ) and on a German TV show Rockpalast ( 1974 ).
This situation changed after 1974 when the Film-Fernseh-Abkommen ( Film and Television Accord ) was agreed between the Federal Republic's main broadcasters, ARD and ZDF, and the German Federal Film Board ( a government body created in 1968 to support film-making in Germany ).
* 1899 – Erich Kästner, German writer ( d. 1974 )
Willy Brandt ( 1913 – 1992 ) was the leader of the Social Democratic Party in 1964 – 87 and West German Chancellor in 1969 – 1974.
* 1974 – Roman Görtz, German footballer
* 1974 – Jens Nowotny, German footballer
* 1974 – Franka Potente, German actress
* 1974 – Francisco Copado, German footballer
* 1907 – Baldur von Schirach, German Nazi official ( d. 1974 )
* 1974 – West German Chancellor Willy Brandt resigns.
* 1974 – Hans-Jörg Butt, German footballer
* 1974 – Stefan Müller, German footballer
* 1974 – Oliver Palotai, German keyboard player ( Doro, Kamelot, and Sons of Seasons )
* 1974 – Goya Jaekel, German footballer
The Reorientation of German Foreign Policy after the Congress of Berlin 1878 – 1880 ( 1974 )
* 1974 – Oskar Schindler, Sudeten German businessman ( b. 1908 )
* 1974 – Jana Kandarr, German tennis player
* 1974 – Sascha Licht, German footballer

1974 and electronic
Likewise, an actual organic-polymer electronic device was reported in the journal Science in 1974.
Subsequently, in 1974, the same workers at the Physics Department of The University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center reported an organic electronic device, a voltage-controlled switch.
In Japan, Osamu Kitajima's 1974 psychadelic rock album Benzaiten utilized electronic equipment such as a synthesizer and drum machine, and one of the record's contributors was Haruomi Hosono, who later started the electronic music band Yellow Magic Orchestra ( as " Yellow Magic Band ") in 1977.
* 1974 – Roland EP-30: The world's first touch-sensitive electronic piano.
The use of slide rules continued to grow through the 1950s and 1960s even as digital computing devices were being gradually introduced ; but around 1974 the electronic scientific calculator made it largely obsolete and most suppliers left the business.
In 1974, he utilized synthesized voices again in his popular classical music album Snowflakes are Dancing, which became a worldwide success and helped popularize electronic music.
Voltage-controlled switch, a molecular electronic device from 1974.
In 1974, Osamu Kitajima's progressive rock album Benzaiten, featuring Haruomi Hosono ( who later founded Yellow Magic Orchestra ), utilized a synthesizer, rhythm machine, and electronic drums.
Other early examples of electronic rock records include Inoue Yousui's folk rock and pop rock album Ice World ( 1973 ) and Osamu Kitajima's progressive psychadelic rock album Benzaiten ( 1974 ), both of which involved contributions from Haruomi Hosono, who later started the electronic music group " Yellow Magic Band " ( later known as Yellow Magic Orchestra ) in 1977.
The BBC also used the studio facilities at Ealing for filmed inserts where the electronic studio could not be used, such as for the excavation site in Quatermass and the Pit ( 1958 – 59 ), The White Rabbit ( TV mini-series, 1967 ), Colditz ( 1972 – 74 ) and the communal sequences in Porridge ( 1974 – 77 ).
* Kraftwerk's 1974 album Autobahn, which was a revolutionary record in the development of electronic music.
The story is set several years into the continued cold war between the United States and the Soviet Union, not long after a stalemated conflict in Iran similar to the Korean War ( the novel gives the date of May 1974, while the film only refers to an alignment of dates that would occur 1969, 1975, or 1980 and an electronic map of active military bases displaying the date of May 9, 1970 ).
Other early examples of electronic rock records include Inoue Yousui's folk rock and pop rock album Ice World ( 1973 ) and Osamu Kitajima's progressive psychedelic rock album Benzaiten ( 1974 ), both of which involved contributions from Haruomi Hosono, who later started the electronic music group " Yellow Magic Band " ( later known as Yellow Magic Orchestra ) in 1977.
* Andy Hunter ( DJ ) ( born 1974 ), British Christian DJ and composer of electronic dance music
The name CISTI came in 1974 to reflect the wide scope of services provided and the increasing role in the development of electronic information products and services for the science and technology community.
Cowlishaw joined IBM in 1974 as an electronic engineer but is best known as a programmer and writer.
In fact, in his 1974 proposal " Media Planning for the Postindustrial Society – The 21st Century is now only 26 years away " to Rockefeller Foundation he used a slightly different phrase, " electronic super highway ":
His involvement in electronic music also dates back to the early 1970s, when he performed the electric bass for Inoue Yousui's folk pop rock album Ice World ( 1973 ) and Osamu Kitajima's progressive psychadelic rock album Benzaiten ( 1974 ), both of which were electronic rock records utilizing synthesizers, electric guitars, and in the latter, electronic drums and rhythm machines.
In June, 1985 Yeutter initiated an investigation based on Section 301 of the 1974 Trade Act against Japan for unfair barriers to sale of American electronic products.

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