BETHEL, VEREINIGTE STAATEN17. AUGUST 1969EINSCHRÄNKUNGEN: RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT 'AFP PHOTO /Annie BIRCH Personal Collection' - NO MARKETING - NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS1. Foto In this undated photo, the crowd and the back of the stage is seen from the campground at the Woodstock Music Festival during the week-end of August 15 to 18, 1969 in Bethel near Woodstock. 2. Foto In this undated photo, people rest at the campground of the Woodstock Music Festival during the week-end of August 15 to 18, 1969 in Bethel near Woodstock. NEW YORK, BUNDESSTAAT NEW YORK, VEREINIGTE STAATEN6. AUGUST 2019QUELLE: AFPTV3. Totale Danny Goldberg working on his computer 4. Schwenk von links nach rechts Danny Goldberg speaking about a photo taken at Woodstock, showing Sri Swami Satchidananda, a yoga master from India, opening the festival with an address urging compassion 5. Schärfeziehen Danny Goldberg with photo of Sri Swami Satchidananda BETHEL, VEREINIGTE STAATENNEW YORK, BUNDESSTAAT NEW YORK, VEREINIGTE STAATEN17. AUGUST 19696. AUGUST 2019QUELLEN: ANNIE BIRCH PERSONNAL COLLECTION, AFPTV6. Schwenk von links nach rechts In this undated photo, festival goers take a dip in 'the pond' at the Woodstock Music Festival during the week-end of August 15 to 18, 1969 in Bethel near Woodstock. NEW YORK, BUNDESSTAAT NEW YORK, VEREINIGTE STAATEN6. AUGUST 2019QUELLE: AFPTV7. O-TON 1 - Danny Goldberg, longtime music industry insider, Nirvana manager, covered Woodstock festival for Billboard when he was 19 (mann, English, 13 Sek.): 'Even though I was there in theory as a reporter, I was also there as part of the audience and I was taken almost immediately with this sweetness, kind of the idealic notion of a hippie brother and sisterhood that rarely manifested itself even then. But it was quite palpable at Woodstock from the minute I got there till the minute I left.'WASHINGTON, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, VEREINIGTE STAATEN15. NOVEMBER 1969 GMT8. Foto Anti-war demonstrators march outside the White House, on November 15, 1969 in Washington DC, for the second Moratorium Day, to protest against the continuing war in Vietnam. Millions of Americans took part in peace initiatives across the United States during the Moratorium Day, which is believed to have been the largest demonstration in US history with an estimated two million people involved. SELMA, ALABAMA, VEREINIGTE STAATEN9. MÄRZ 1965 GMT9. Foto Rev. Martin Luther King addresses his followers after they returned to the Brown's Chapel AME church, following their abortive march on Montgomery, on March 09, 1965 in Selma. The Selma-to-Montgomery March for voting rights ended three weeks and represented the political and emotional peak of the modern civil rights movement. The first march took place on March 07, 1965 ('Bloody Sunday') when 600 civil rights marchers were attacked by state and local police. On March 9, Martin Luther King Jr. began organizing a second march and led about 2,500 marchers out to the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma. LONDON, GREATER LONDON, GROSSBRITANNIEN25. FEBRUAR 1969 GMT10. Foto Anti Nixon demonstrators with banners lit a bonfire in the street near the Claridges Hotel in London, where the US President was expected to arrive 25 February 1969. Several demonstrators clashed with the police and the Fire Brigade was called out to extinguish the bonfire. NEW YORK, BUNDESSTAAT NEW YORK, VEREINIGTE STAATEN6. AUGUST 2019QUELLE: AFPTV11. O-TON 2 - Danny Goldberg, longtime music industry insider, Nirvana manager, covered Woodstock festival for Billboard when he was 19 (mann, English, 26 Sek.): 'Almost immediately there was sort of a reallocation of resources and you had many many more radio stations programming that kind of music, departments at record companies for rock expanded and promoters around the country and around the world looked for opportunities to do their own festivals, now that they knew the scale of the audience for it. So it was certainly an inflection point in the music business.'12. Totale Danny Goldberg with photo of Sri Swami Satchidananda, talking about how other newspapers, like the New York Times 'missed' the Woodstock story at the time 13. O-TON 3 - Danny Goldberg, longtime music industry insider, Nirvana manager, covered Woodstock festival for Billboard when he was 19 (mann, English, 20 Sek.): 'Certainly when you see thousands of yoga places around the United States and the environmental movement you see that there's a residue of the hippie culture that did effect mainstream culture. But as a subculture it got too big to be a subculture anymore and it became an object of satire instead of an object of idealism.'