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"A commercial from a German camera manufacturer has met harsh criticism in China after it was released in the country. In the film, is one of the world's most well-known images from an event as it is spoken quietly about the than in the day."

"The five-minute film shows the photographers who are documenting everything from wars and conflicts to nature in extreme situations. At the end of the film, one of the world's most famous images – the man who stood in the way of tanks during the protests at tiananmen square."

"the Picture, which was taken during the massive protests in the country in 1989, is politically loaded in a China where it is deadly aftermath is more or less forbidden to talk about."

"camera manufacturer Leica claims that the film is not approved by the company, despite the fact that its cameras and logo appear in the movie, writes The Guardian."

"The massive demokratiprotesterna in China led to tanks on June 4 1989 rolled into central Beijing and struck against the demonstrators at tiananmen square. The government has stated that around 200 civilians were killed. Mortality, however, is unknown, but thousands are believed to have been injured or killed."

"any Mention of the events captured long ago by China's extensive online censorship. The word "

"the Crackdown at tiananmen square on 4 June 1989 was preceded by extensive ungdomsprotester in the Beijing spring of 1989, the so-called '89 Democracy movement."

"the Demonstrators were left in the weeks and received the support of a growing crowd in their demands for democracy. Most gathered around a million people in Beijing. In the middle of may, the protests spread to 400 cities in China."

"On may 20 declaration of martial law, and 300 000 soldiers were deployed in Beijing."

"the Night of the 4 June rolled tanks against the centre and hit against the demonstrators at tiananmen square. The exact number of people who were killed at the raid is unknown, but thousands are believed to have been killed or wounded."

"Source: Nationalencyklopedin"

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