Deutschlandspiegel 258/1976 1976
1st sea rescue service (see also D 219) modern distress lifeboat at sea. Radio operator accepts call for help. The crash site is drawn on nautical charts. Schiffer looks through binoculars. At maritime rescue exercise thrown line to castaways in inflatable boat. Shipwrecked climb on board, a man will fall back into the sea and then comes on board.
S/W: Review - images of the sea rescue service of earlier times. Horses pull wagons to water, rowing, in stormy seas.
Col: Modern lifeboat John t. Essberger. Helicopter deck. Radar device. Radio room. Sleeping berths. Men in lounge. Foaming on water in the fairway of the boat. Fire extinguishing system in operation. Daughter boat is allowed to water.
(76 m) 02 Europe policy Bonn: visit of the Dutch Foreign Minister at Genscher. Press Conference. Max van the Strel (archival hack see 358) Brussels: Agriculture Ministers of the EC States discuss agricultural issues of the common market. Ertel at Conference.
Bonn: German Chancellor Helmut Schmidt in conversation with the Prime Minister of Luxembourg Gaston Thorn.
Cities: London: double-decker buses on Oxford Street. Paris: Arc de Triomphe and Champs Elysées, Rome: road transport, newspaper kiosk with German newspapers.
Luxembourg: Gaston Thorn on his desk, large, signed post. Gaston Thorn talks to European politics actuality: "after a long, I mean even to long period of political hesitation about the future of Europe on a joint agreement, so that Europe is progressing further in its integration efforts. They decided to create a European Union on the existing agreement also."
Map of Europe: EEC countries drew up after the Treaty of establishing 1957 and the extension in 1972 by Ireland, England and Denmark. Modern tea train right in the image. Lufthansa Jet from right to left in the photo. Loading of goods in the port. Pedestrian, screen-filling. Hand walking woman, from network cucumbers into power. Plough plough land. Nuclear power plant. Modern industrial plant. Flags of the EEC countries in Strasbourg. Preparation of a European Parliament elections. Parked Citroen with the Burgee of the EEC countries. Helmut Schmidt in addition to Genscher at Conference. The heads of Government of the EEC countries with Wilson, Helmut Schmidt, Giscard d' Estaing.
(77 m) 03 Berlin: green week Green Week 23.1-1.2 poster Hall. Shield Denmark between flower decoration. Scheel in the exhibition. Ertel and Scheel at drinks tasting. Klaus Schütz drink great wine glass.
S/W: Review - photos. Green Week 1926th poster photo of the Austellungsgeländes. President Hindenburg visited the exhibition. Visitors from cages. Horse Show.
Col: 1926-1976 men at Hay cutter living images recall the past in anniversary exhibition. Weaving. Bread baking with slide-in oven. Computer stores many types of bread 1976 information. Riding demonstration at the exhibition of the German animal husbandry. Cheese samples are distributed to stand. Grilling steaks, floating jaws of Berliners in fat. Was Peru.
(49 m) 04 Isernhagen: painter Arnold Leisler outlines a cow with the trace of the various cuts of meat. Interesting painting by Arnold Leisler with meadows, cows and milking machine. Large oak tree in nature and image rendering by Leisler. Arnold Leisler painted outlines of the leaf after dried oak leaves. Blowing leaves in addition to roof. Pen draws on paper, great. Leisler in his studio at work. Leisler under oak tree on field speaks interview: "I tried to identify the characteristics of these landscapes and inevitably got to the oak tree." Oak tree in free field.
(54 m) 5th Xanten: preservation of Roman arena, in the background the towers of Xanten. Archaeologists during excavations in the former Roman settlement. Vases, pots and sculptures from the Roman period. Paintings of the medieval town with the towers of the late Gothic Cathedral. State shield Xanten/Kreis Moers. Modern houses of the town. Pan across beautiful medieval facade. Xanten from the top.
S/W: debris town after bombing. Badly damaged Cathedral.
Col: Restored Cathedral. Restorers at work in the workshop. The Mary's altar made of oak in the Cathedral. Statues. Windmill. Poplars are reflected in the Lake.
(61 m) 06. Cologne: football 1.FC Köln - Eintracht Braunschweig 1:1 the total Stadium. Goalkeeper parades of the Brunswick goalkeeper Franke in ZL (door camera). Cologne storms. Spectators close to half. Brunswick storms. Defender's flank to the Center, scoring 1:0 for Brunswick by Frank. Viewers discuss mißlaunig. Cullmann, Cologne, storms. Left winger Laing shoots the compensation 1:1 repeat of the gate shot in ZL with the door camera. Brunswick player faked the ball off unsustainable for the goalkeeper in the corner of the goal. Viewers filling picture. More goalkeeping scenes. Goalkeeper Franke, Braunschweig runs out of gate and ZL throws himself over the ball. High flying ball.
Persons in the Film
Ertl, Josef ; Giscard d'Estaing, Valery ; Leisler, Arnold ; Scheel, Walter ; Schmidt, Helmut ; Schütz, Klaus ; Thorn, Gaston ; Wilson, Harold ; Cullmann ; Franke, Egon ; Grzyb ; Genscher, Hans Dietrich ; Hindenburg von, Paul ; Strel von der, Max ; Thomas, Frank ; Löhr, Hannes
Maler ; Europäische Wirtschaftsgemeinschaft ; Policy ; Seerettung ; Grüne Woche ; Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Monuments ; Railways ; Industry ; Europe, EDC, EEC ; Flags ; Football ; Pedestrian ; News, communications ; Plants ; Political events ; Press, press conferences ; Aerospace ; Reviews ; Shipping ; Sports details, fouls ; sports audience, sports spectator ; Townscapes: Germany ; Townscapes: Europe ; Debris ; automotive engineering, automotive ; Power plants ; Art ; maps ; Transport: General ; Water ; Agriculture ; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen ; Jobs ; Archaeology ; Astrology ; Exhibitions ; Gastronomy ; 01 16 mm project ; Industrial ; Agriculture ; 10 finding book Germany mirror
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