UFA-Dabei 1039/1976 22.06.1976

Synopsis

01 Dortmund: SPD Party Congress are Willy Brandt, Helmut Schmidt, Herbert Wehner, Hans Koschnick through the crowd to the Party Congress. Delegates clap. Hans Koschnick says, quote: "this is the fourth time that we have gathered in Dortmund, Germany, today, to make the course for the Bundestag election campaign in 1976, and to adopt the Government's programme for the next parliamentary term. Here, amidst the mines and cabins in the heart of the industrial area, here, in the Centre of applied research also services of general interest and social power has always been at home; Here, in Dortmund we feel well. '' Willy Brandt, Helmut Schmidt (takes snuff). Georg Leber bends to Helmut Schmidt. Berlin's Mayor contactor, Ehmke, Roth, Heath Wiercorek-Zeul speaks, speaks Hans Apel, Herbert Wehner speaks. Holger Börner - Willy Brandt in the conversation. Schmidt and liver, delegates vote. Helmut Schmidt speaks, o-ton: "the age of the 'national economy' is over; We are practically becoming an "international economy". We are at the beginning of a global stability policy. The Federal Government plays a creative role. For the Federal Republic, the recession is over. All financial figures are now up. All of us is the question of whether the way in which we are discussing and the problems roll, whether she really still matches the feeling of life in our society in the mid-1970s? A troubled youth has helped us in the 1960s to overcome political rigidities. Of the youth of the 1970s, we can learn to make life easier and to grasp the happiness of the moment. The Lords of the CDU/CSU say only "or" and "Instead". "We say: live and let live!" Great monitor on the wall. Willy Brandt speaks, o-ton: "this SPD is alive and arbeitsfreudig and aggressive. You remember not to small to get. "Our path is clear: work continues on the example of a future-ready and cosmopolitan Germany under the leadership of the social democratic Chancellor Helmut Schmidt." Our Gerhard Jahn sitting.

02. Rheinland: Rhenish lignite area large lignite mining area in aerial view, bucket-wheel excavators. Degradation in various levels. Rehabilitated landscape. Many new plants, barley fields, agriculture. Fishing of small lakes, sailing yachts and dinghies. Aerial view of the recultivated area.

03. Germany: Foreign athletes train horses for the Olympics, close. American equestrian training, also ZL recordings. The Brazilians jump training. Running behind a car. Exercises in the gym of the University of Mainz. Athletes in power machines. Sports University in Cologne. A Japanese on the horizontal bar.

Origin / Type of content

Narration

Persons in the Film

Apel, Hans ; Börner, Holger ; Brandt, Willy ; Ehmke, Horst ; Jahn, Gerhard ; Koschnik, Hans ; Leber, Georg ; Roth, Wolfgang ; Schmidt, Helmut ; Schütz, Klaus ; Wehner, Herbert ; Wieczorek-Zeul, Heide

Places

Rheinland ; Dortmund ; FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF GERMANY

Topics

Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Domestic events ; sporting events ; Mining ; transport

Type

Newsreel (G)

Genre

Weekly Newsreel

Translated by Microsoft Translator

Title:

UFA-Dabei 1039/1976

UFA-Wochenschau (Other title)

Country of Origin:
Federal Republic of Germany

Year of Production and/or Release

Date of Release:
22.06.1976
Year of Production:
1976

Credits

Origin:
SPD Party Conference in Dortmund camera: fire Rhenish lignite area camera: Luppa foreign athletes train in Germany for the Olympic Games camera: Luppa, Jürgens

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