1 Hamburg: German Derby 1972 race visitors before betting switch. Sign toto Derby victory square Trifecta ticket. Snakes transformer before the betting buttons. Clearance and pay at the counter. Horses in the lead ring. Jockey mounts the horse. Older spectator with gold glasses and earrings. Horses in the starting gate. Viewers with binoculars. Start. Dense field of 22 horses in the race. Slow race from the front. Galloping horse legs. Ulan No. 13 takes the lead in the Horner form. Inlet. T. going forward. Enema, slow motion. Tarim WINS by a margin of 1 ½ meters. Jockey Geoff Lewis on winning horse Tarim. Tarim shies away with wreath.
02. Brandt in the United States - thanks for Marshall aid intake from airplane to airplane wings. Brandt reading on the plane with cigarette. Close-up of Willy Brandt. Brandt goes to Harvard University to the lectern. Brandt speaks: (English, partly covered narration). Black and white impressions: rubble city. George C. Marshall speaks. Truman signed the Marshall plan. Construction pictures. Rubble women bucket chain. Shield: America helps in the construction of Europe, the Marshall plan provided this wagon - ERP helps us build - Berlin emergency program with the help of the Marshall plan. Construction of residential and factory building. Loading sacks into port. Concrete mixing machine on site. Nordwestdeutsche Kraftwerke AG. This work was built with ERP funds. Brandt says, great: "we need the results of your research and your advice, so that we can base our decisions on as solid and broad knowledge. And we need also your commitment in public. There's still time to throw around the wheel. Our efforts to a peaceful future of mankind cannot end in the prevention of armed conflicts. Environmental protection is therefore also ensuring peace. It is, if you will, prolonged peace policy. Thank you for your attention." Listeners applaud.
03. Nobel Laureates at Lake Constance landscape. Pilgrimage Church Birnau. Interior shots of the late-Baroque building. Parks and gardens on the shores of the Lake. Nobel Prize winner at the walk in the Park. Peacock. The Indian physician HAR GOBIND KHORANA, nuclear physicist Werner Heisenberg. Aerial view of Lake Constance. Willy Brandt in the midst of clapping people. Brandt speaks on the topic of "Environmental protection". Listeners applaud.
04. London: Günther Uekert - manufacturer of nail images Günther Uekert nails nails in wood surface. Nail doors and hammer. Nail monument on the road. Uekert in white suit. Nails image filling. Uekert phone sitting on desk. Self portrait of the artist behind nails. Different nail images in different arrangements. Uekert before picture, great. Nail cubes. Nail in sprouting glass.
5th Glyfada: Championship race Motocross the village of Glyfada, total, transformer. Intermediate cuts part settings motorcycles. The Motocross rider when preparing their machines before the race. Driver puts on helmet. Race boots, great. Putting on gloves. Drivers on motorcycles in a row to ride to the start. Spectator opts for sunglasses, wholesale. Wheels next to each other at the start. Start. Driver in cloud of dust. Motocross over hill and Dale drive on narrow dusty paths. Spectators on the side of the track get down. Fall. Jumps of motorcycles in ZL. Official waving banner. Winner de Costa, Belgium Cup with wreath immediately. Glyfada total, transformer.
Day of the German Derby, highlight of a racing week in Hamburg. For the fans with or without melon starts the race at the betting counter. Half a million deutsche mark rolls on this day by the toto ticket offices.
In the lead ring rival the finest three-year olds with the better company to the attention of the viewers. Final instructions for the Jockey who rides the favorite. "Arratos" is to win the big money, the 150,000 mark with the No. 19.
A record field goes to the track with 22 participants. 2,400 metres - every inch of hot contested. From the start off is called sharp ride.
In the dense field begins the tussle for the best positions. "Ulan" with the No. 13 takes the lead on the opposite side.
Then in the Horner sheet puts the favourite "Arratos" at the top. Closely followed by "Caracol" with the sieggewohnten Jockey Peter Remmert.
At the intake in the finish straight, Jockey Geoff Lewis caught a favorable moment. He gives you space and works on "TA" from 4th position forward.
With him, passing "Expert" to the favourites. 150 meters from the finish, the race is decided. "Tarim" looks to extend its lead to 1 1/2 lengths.
It won a horse, which was still not this year; his Jockey was happy - "TA" themselves could hardly believe it.
On the journey to America - Chancellor Brandt revised Once again its Redees is a speech of thanks to the American people, that has helped significantly after the second world war, rebuild Germany and other European countries.
At Harvard University, where from George C. Marshall announced his building program 25 years ago, paid tribute to this plan as a "Masterpiece of foresight" Chancellor Brandt.
"History does not too often give US occasion to speak of fortunate events. But here in this place a quarter of a century ago on event took place which could rightly be termed one of the strokes of provedence of this century, a century which has not so very often been illuminated by the light of reason."
The story - so the Chancellor performed - not often gives opportunity, happy events to talk about, especially not in a century, which is rarely the reason governed by us.
1947 followed the American Secretary of State Marshall the goal to set a "normal functioning global economy"; "the biggest company constructive policy", what Truman called the plan could begin.
America supplied food, consumer goods and equipment; they are sold cheaply, to alleviate the suffering of the largest. With the proceeds, the reconstruction could be financed then of housing estates, the electrical engineering industry, power plants and mines. In three years, the American taxpayers paid about $13 billion to Europe, about 80 dollars per head of the American population, a sum which was enough to bring the industrial production in 18 European countries on the section until 1951.
"It is my honour and privilege to ask them to accept the deeds by which the German Government sets up the German Marshall endowment of Harvard's program for West European studies, together with the checks for the first of the fifteen annual instalments."
In memory of this assistance, the Federal Government donated a German Marshall Fund of the United States; He is To give young talented Americans the chance to develop studies on European American relations.
No German landscape is so early was sung by poets such as Lake Constance in Central of Europe. 1,000 years ago, they praised the lush vegetation, climate, and in the course of the centuries, the landscape was enriched by monuments.
In the summer, Lake Constance is attracting tourists from all parts of Western Europe. The pilgrimage church in Birnau takes the visitors back to the colours and shapes of joyous world of the late Baroque. The putti of Feichtmayrs betray something of the Joie de vivre of the courtly society of the Rococo.
Extensive parks and gardens are suitable, to recover from the effort of mass tourism. Also the Nobel Prize winners chose Lake Constance to its annual meeting. At the invitation of the Federal Government, they spend A few days in the seclusion of this landscape. A place to think and stimulating conversation partners from many parts of the world.
The Indian physician KHORANA, who works in America, and the physicist Werner Heisenberg in 1972 among the most prominent guests. This meeting could not pass one of the brennensten issues of our time: environmental protection. The Nobel Laureate had to learn that life in Lake Constance to extinction threatens despite this scenic panoramas. Especially the industrial waste of the neighbouring countries of Germany, Austria and the Switzerland have polluted the Lake, which was once hailed as "Tears of God", highly.
The Nobel Peace Prize winner Willy Brandt had chosen the "environment as international task" on the subject of his unit. He passionately appealed to scientists, to help, to save the world from the damage of our civilization.
"We need the results of their research and their advice, so that we can base our decisions on broad knowledge. We need commitment in public.
Still, it's time to throw around the wheel. Our efforts to a peaceful future of mankind cannot end in the prevention of armed conflicts. Environmental protection is therefore also the assurance of peace; It is - if you will - prolonged peace policy."
For 15 years, he puts the nail to nail. Günther Uecker, a man who made presentable with the nail, has conquered the art world of New York, with nails, to Osaka.
A painter who has enriched the world of images to a new flexible medium. An artist? Uecker defines him as the inventor of ideas that can be visually realized.
Uecker lives in Düsseldorf; a Stiller, who loves the white, without airs and graces, no show man who rarely occurs before the cameras. When he works, he is a man possessed; every nail - three dry with a hammer, safe, precise, rhythmic beat, full of concentration. Is it his inventiveness and his way, without hard work animal Ernst, who kept his work for 15 years at the height of freshness? His self portrait reveals something of the force continue to nail. The nail is his character, his tools, his weapon, his idée fixe and at the same time the impetus to change the gridlocked ways of thinking and viewing habits.
He is nailed on, his friends say, because his ideas are endless and also be supply of nails. He had consumed more than 100 tons until 1970. Will it change society? Hardly, but he says I'm surprised if reality and reaction covers set. I mean, it works, what I figured out.
Breaking into the Idyll of a German village in Hesse, Germany. 15,000 came to watch the hard men: Motocross World Championship run in Glyfada. 41 riders whip their 500 cc machines over the winding dusty course - terrain ride through a landscape that is otherwise one of the hunters and farmers.
None of the motocross riders has so far become rich through his sport. Supported by tire and oil companies go, because it's fun for them. More and more interested in watching their wild hunts.
At the destination, not the aesthetics of driving, but points and times counts in this sport. Unchallenged, won the champion from Belgium de Coster, assuring the chance to defend his title successfully.