01 final military Cup Netherlands Bundeswehr 0:1 parachute jumper lands behind the trees. Parachutists land surrounded by football field. Teams invade. Pitcher for the German armed forces on the ball. Game in front of the gate, slow motion. Jürgen Glowatsch is fouled in the penalty area shortly before half-time, and falls. Players of the Netherlands claim penalty decision of the arbitrator. Harald Konopka shoots the 1:0 repetition of the penalty shot in ZL. The German players embrace. Viewers in colourful summer clothes, half-close. Game scenes in ZL. Goalkeeper keeps ball (door camera). After the victory of the team of Bundeswehr player upholds trophy (figure of a footballer before rock rocks).
02. Bonn notes a. of the Chancellor in the Bonn Theater's summer festival. Man with mask of facial features by Helmut Schmidt at the microphone. Then, Helmut Schmidt opened the event laughing, behind him Loki Schmidt. Barge sails under the Rhine bridge. Freighter passes the Federal House. Bonn square. Street coffee with umbrellas. Young people relax fountain pedestrian street. Bundestag session in May 1974 with Government statement of Chancellor Helmut Schmidt: "our friends and neighbors, our Alliance - and contractors in the world should know that the positions of our foreign and security policy remain unchanged. "We are actively working with as yet to the peace necessary balance of forces to get." b. visiting Brazilian Minister for Foreign Affairs since Silveira. The Villa Hammerschmidt car ride in. Light is reflected in Mercedes radiator, big. The Palais Schaumburg. Helmut Schmidt welcomes the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Brazil. Hans-Dietrich Genscher and Brazilian Foreign Ministers sign agreement on cooperation in the peaceful uses of nuclear energy.
c. Barbara Thatcher, Chairman of the Conservative Party of great of Britain visited Karl Carstens, leader of the opposition. White Mercedes reverses. Barbara Thatcher goes accompanied by Biedenkopf on road. Carstens welcomes Barbara Thatcher. Close-up of Karl Carstens and Barbara Thatcher in the conversation.
d. international press. Journalists of the international press center commenting on the Bonn events. Press Conference with Government spokesman Klaus Bölling, total.
e. U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger under Helmut Schmidt. Helmut Schmidt and Genscher at the terrace of the Chancellor's bungalow. Helicopter lands in the garden. Helmut Schmidt welcomes Henry Kissinger. Cameramen. Henry Kissinger and Genscher in conversation, great. Helmut Schmidt and Henry Kissinger, great.
f. summer festival of the Chancellor. Helmut and Loki Schmidt to start the dance with a waltz. Waltz dance of the guests in costumes on the stage of the Bonn theater.
03. Recultivation of the Rhenish lignite area aerial photo of the largest Brown coal area in Europe. The landscape resembles a crater landscape. Bucket wheel excavator in the mining of brown coal. Recultivation of destroyed landscape. Nutritious loess soil is filled in the extraction holes. Planting of shrubs. Ear of corn field image filling. Farmhouse behind green acres. Fishermen on shore of Lake. On the Lake go sailing and sailboats. Aerial photographs of the recultivated area with Lakes surrounded by forests and fields.
04. Lübeck: 100th anniversary of the birth of Thomas Mann countryside of Lübeck. Transformer to the city centre. Towers of St. Mary's Church. Walter Scheel is the widow of the 1955 deceased poet Katia man. Close-up Katia man. Black and white: Photo of Thomas Mann's parents. Thomas Mann as a child and young man. At the age of 25, he wrote the Buddenbrooks. Thomas Mann and his brother Heinrich Mann. Return from exile after the war and awarded the honorary citizenship of Lübeck. Thomas and Katia Mann before the Buddenbrook House. Thomas Mann talks about Germany and its future: "I to you spoke of Europe and of Germany, of a United Europe with a reunified Germany in its midst. "A Germany that has the idea of a German Europe take leave, but the idea is a European Germany." Lübeck pictures from the past. Color: house fronts Lübeck, the Holsten Gate. Towers of the city.
05. Berlin: 25. International Film Festival black & white: Eddi Constantin sings praise song on Berlin. Gina Lollobrigida to reception on arrival. Winnie Markus surrounded by fans. Color: Poster: 25. Berlin International Film Festival. Film movie theater display: the last command. Pillar with announcements including Greta Garbo movies. Claudia Cardinale's autograph. Golden Bear award. Claudia Cardinale awarded the Hungarian Director Magda Mescaros Golden bear for the film "The adoption". Gina Lollobrigida big. Walter Scheel's reception at Bellevue Castle. Black and white: 80 years of cinema in Germany. Max Skladanowsky at the first public screening in 1895 in Berlin "when running the pictures learned".
06. Berlin: 6 gymnaestrada before poster gymnaestrada does gymnastics gymnastics gymnast. Bar turner at screening. As viewers are Walter Scheel. Girl group in long red trousers and green Tracksuits stroll through the city. Demonstration of flag-wavers. Group gymnastics of Japanese Turner special lightness and accuracy. African Turner perform war dances. Wheelchair gym of the University of Munich before disabled. The world's best in the Germany Hall Exhibition gymnastics. Eberhard Gienger turns on the horizontal bar. The world's best Turner Kasamatzu - Japan, turns on the pommel horse. Kids gymnastics with balloons and movement games. Trim yourself, run for all ages.
Skydiver stimulated the voltage. For the first time a soldier selection had qualified the Federal Republic of Germany for the final of the international military championship in football. Her opponent was - like at the World Cup finals of the pros 1974 in Munich - a team of the Netherlands - in the Orange Jersey.
The Dutch were considered Favorites in the Hagener Ischeland Stadium: because never the footballers of the Bundeswehr against the neighbors had to win.
25,000 spectators watched the match of two equal teams. Well posted defenses made difficult the meeting the strikers.
Short before the half-time whistle is Jürgen Glowacz, a fouled by eight Weserstadion in the Elf of the Bundeswehr in the penalty area. The decision by the Greek referee is controversial, but Harald Konopka keeps the nerves. He scored 1-0 in the 40th minute.
In the second half, both teams played a succession of chances. However, without measurable success. At the end, it was surprisingly called 1:0 for the German team.
For the first time, the Federal Republic of Germany was the scene of the Soccer finals of the international military Sports Federation. And for the first time their players won this Championship. A success of promoting sport in the Bundeswehr.
Summer Festival on the Rhine: the Chancellor had invited.
With the gag of a masked Extras, the Prime Minister opened the traditional summer festival of the German Chancellor.
"All fake" was the show for 1,500 guests.
And a cheerful Helmut Schmidt referred the doppelganger in the background of the stage setting, because he said Bonn, already full of surprises.
For the metropolis on the Rhine the Chancellor was a pleasant interruption of political everyday life. The once sleepy electoral residence, whose Fassaden announce, from the Central Rhenish Baroque splendor faded in recent weeks again in the spotlight of an active policy of securing the peace and global cooperation. Before the Bundestag, the Chancellor had underlined this policy in his Government statement of May 1974: "our friends and neighbors, our Alliance - and contractors in the world should know that our foreign and security policy positions remain unchanged", the Chancellor said.
"We are actively involved as in the past, to obtain the necessary peace balance of forces."
In these weeks, the Villa Hammerschmidt, seat of the President, and the Palais Schaumburg Castle, residence of the Chancellor, became centres of world-wide political activity.
Chancellor Helmut Schmidt received Brazil's Foreign Minister da Silveira. The visit of the Brazilian politician had attracted international attention.
Because shortly before Foreign Ministers Genscher and his Brazilian colleague had signed an agreement on cooperation in the peaceful uses of nuclear energy. The Chairman of the British Conservatives, Margaret Thatcher, held talks with German opposition leader of Karl Carstens, to achieve closer cooperation of the two parties.
These events are carefully registered by the international press. About 500 domestic and foreign correspondents work almost around the clock, to continuously and critically analyze the Bonn politics. Regular press conferences provide the background material the journalists with the spokesman of the Government.
A visit of the U.S. Secretary of State in Bonn is always undivided interest of the world press. Henry Kissinger met with Federal Chancellor Helmut Schmidt and Foreign Ministers Genscher to a current political discussion. In the garden of the Chancellor's bungalow, they reaffirmed their agreement on the major global issues.
Then, the policy had break.
At the summer festival in the Bonn theater, also Helmut Schmidt for A few hours forgot his political troubles. Europe's biggest lignite mining area is located in the West of the Federal Republic between Cologne and Aachen. Seen from the air it looks like a lunar landscape at times.
Here every year - over 100 million tonnes of brown coal promoted by huge bucket-wheel excavators, who snatch the ground the energy sources are important for the power supply of the Federal Republic.
43 villages with 18,000 residents were replaced by the excavators and were rebuilt elsewhere.
But for more than two decades, the destroyed landscape on a grand scale will be recultivated.
The withdrawal machines in action occur directly after the coal mining. Fill the huge "holes" of mining overburden amounts.
Then follows a metre-thick layer of nutrient-rich "Löß" as the basis for the "restoration" of the landscape.
More than 65 million plants were brought out so far. Thus was born a new landscape - man-made - land, settlements and recreation areas. There are not these lakes with adjacent dense forests without Brown coal mining. They offer multiple recreational opportunities for the residents of the nearby metropolitan areas of Cologne and Bonn.
The successful reclamation of the Rhenish lignite district has found international recognition - as an example that you can use natural resources without destroying nature.
He has described again and again, With love, irony, and accuracy, "Close hometown" Lübeck. Now she thought his - for the 100th anniversary of their famous son of Thomas Mann, German President Walter Scheel welcomed Mrs Katja Mann, the widow of the poet who died in 1955.
Lübeck as a spiritual way of life, to Thomas Mann, citizen and writer has become known throughout of his life, even in the distant American exile. On June 6, 1875, he was born as the second son of the merchant and Senator Thomas Johann Heinrich Mann and his wife Julia. Childhood was happy, a formative impression determined his further life.
The adolescents loved music and poetry. From his mother he inherited the gift, applicable to tell.
At the age of 25, he wrote his first novel - the masterpiece of "Buddenbrooks".
"Lifelong friendship with his brother Henry."
Return from the emigration and awarding of honorary citizenship in Lübeck. For Thomas Mann a moving moment, going to the "Buddenbrooks"-House.
About Germany and its future, he said at the time: "I to you spoke of Europe and of Germany, of a United Europe with a reunified Germany in its midst. "A Germany that has the idea of a German Europe is run, but the idea is a European Germany."
, So he confessed once, he was always Lübeck itself, where he went. The poet of the "Magic Mountain" and the "Felix Krull", the last great Narrator of an epoch of civic culture, wore the image of their streets and gabled end of his.
Love letter to Berlin, the city of the film and the Cannes Film Festival. For 25 years, the Berlinale Instead of - showcase and competition of the international movie finds every summer. Filmmakers from over 40 countries, among them Italian star Claudia Cardinale is met at the Silver Jubilee.
The Hungarian Director of Márta Meszáros received the Grand Prize, a golden bear for "Adoption". Countries of the Eastern bloc took part for the first time.
A movie star of the past, Gina Lollobrigida, photographed now celebrities from all over the world - in West Berlin the German President Walter Scheel, who welcomed artists, politicians and citizens on the traditional festive reception at the Bellevue Palace.
Together with the Berlinale's 25th anniversary, they celebrated the 80th birthday of cinema in Germany. in 1895, the film pioneer, Max Skladanowsky conducted the first public cinema screening at the Berlin winter garden. Memories of a time when the images run learned.
Joy of movement was the motto of the 6th gymnaestrada in Berlin, a world gymnastics Festival of special mode - without competition and medals.
22,000 active from 36 countries in the metropolis had come for five summery hot days.
Purpose and aim of the gymnaestrada: the value of gymnastics General to make known and to spread worldwide.
Great interest aroused the Japanese group gymnastics, which impress us with precision and ease.
A breath of exoticism and Folklore: the war dances of African Turner.
Also disabled sports belonged to the program: wheelchair gym of the University of Munich.
A highlight of the gymnaestrada: the show gymnastics of the world's best in the Germany Hall. On the horizontal bar: world and European champion Eberhard Gienger, most successful gymnast of in Germany. His routine ripped out 9,000 spectators to storms of applause - such as the brilliant demonstration of Shigeru Kasamatsu in the horse. The Japanese considered the best gymnast in the world.
Kids gymnastics without drill and performance pressures. Here, new movement games were presented to parents and educators.
By the trim you run for all ages up to the gym for anyone, this unconventional Festival gave suggestions and example.
Persons in the Film
Bölling, Klaus ; Cardinale, Claudia ; Carstens, Karl ; Kissinger, Henry ; Lollobrigida, Gina ; Mann, Katja ; Mann, Thomas ; Markus, Winnie ; Silveira da ; Scheel, Walter ; Schmidt, Helmut ; Gienger, Eberhard ; Biedenkopf, Kurt ; Constantin, Eddi ; Genscher, Hans Dietrich ; Sladanowsky, Max ; Schmidt, Loki ; Thatcher, Margaret ; Glowatsch, Jürgen ; Kasamatzu ; Konopka, Harald
Berlin ; Bonn ; Hagen ; Hanover ; Lübeck ; Rhenish lignite area
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