1 Airbus A300 Airbus A 300 starting from scratch. Wheels are retracted. Recording from the bottom. Franz Josef Strauss on the lectern in delivery of the Airbus to Lufthansa. Original sound. Airbus in Hall. Drawing plane with trace of parts manufactured in Germany. Loading of aircraft parts in transport aircraft for the flight to Toulouse for final assembly. Flies Airbus transporter. Equip the Airbus in Hamburg. Workers wear stalls. The crew of the aircraft in the aircraft after installation of chairs. Cockpit instruments. Airbus and people on the airfield. Start of the Airbus side from right to left.
(64 m) 2nd German Polish relations train arriving on station Friedland. Ethnic Germans from Poland when getting with luggage. Families with children entering Friedland to recording station. Little girl is dressed up in closet. Dining room. Family at dinner. Face of a small girl with rat tails, large. 1970: Signing of the German Polish Treaty by Willy Brandt and Cyrankiewicz. Pan about present include Carlo Schmidt, Egon Bahr, Gomulka. Handshake Brandt Cyrankiewicz. Discussions - Gomulka, Brandt - Scheel Cyrankiewicz.
1975: Conference on security and cooperation in Europe. Helsinki's cityscape. Handshake Helmut Schmidt - Conrade Edward Gierek. Discussions of Helmut Schmidt, Gierek, Genscher. Members of Parliament. The Lower Saxony Prime Minister Albrecht in the conversation. Helmut Schmidt on arrival. Vote in the Bundesrat. Country representatives vote "Yes". Minister Osswald, Hesse, announces the result of the vote: Micheal o-ton: "Thus the Federal Council has approved unanimously the law." Helmut Kohl immediately surrounded by reporters. In the Kohl-Genscher conversation.
(75 m) 03 portrait Brunswick total Braunschweig. Guitar player faces fashion business. Pedestrians walk past. Pan across tree branches to old facades. DOM. Merchant's House with artful facade. Paintings from the history of the city. Modern houses. Technical University Library. Students working with tables. Industry images of the auto and machine industry and the camera production. Law. Exhibition of masterpieces of European painting from the 15th and 17th centuries in the Herzog Anton Ulrich Museum. Painting by van Delft, Rembrandt's "family". Blonde young woman on the phone, great. Young man on the phone. Braunschweig in the evening with neon lights, car lights, moving tram.
(77 m) 04. Hamburg: manufacturing Steinway wing called the logs. Stack of planks. Wing, Intonieur checks the timbre of the instrument. Settings of the wing. Keyboard. Workers with helmet between wood stacking. Log is transported on self-propelled carriages. The housing is bent into shape. Production of the wing with A lot of manual work. Steinway workshop. Strings are indented. Stop buttons, feathers, and hammers. Keyboard. Piano tuning and check the sound. Game on the wing.
(84 m) 05. Berlin: speed skating - World Cup study of the Eisschnelläuferin Sheila Young ZL 2 Eisschnelläufer in a row running. Training exercises for the legs. Fasten the skates, great. Sheila Young, United States, large. 500 m: Sheila Young defeated her rival Sylvia Burka, Canada, and is world champion. Run ZL. 1000 m: also in this discipline, Sheila Young is world champion. Horst Freese, Hamburg, run ZL. He is over 500 m and 1000 m 500 m men: Johan Granath, Sweden, WINS. Spectators standing close to half. Before the expiry of his opponent Engelstasdt, Norway congratulates him.
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Now he has withdrawn definitively - the largest and quietest bus of Europe. His name: Airbus A 300. Lufthansa has put him into service.
A few weeks ago had the politician and Chairman of the Board of the German society of Airbus, Franz Josef Strauß, who passed the first machine of the Lufthansa. The Airbus is the first Lufhansaflugzeug, the German aviation industry is instrumental in its development and production since the founding of the Federal Republic of Germany. For the European Community project, German plants supply the front part of the fuselage, the topside of the fuselage centre section, the rear of the fuselage and the fin.
The aircraft parts built in Hamburg and Bremen are flown in a special plane in the French city of Toulouse for final assembly. France and Germany are the two main partners in the large aircraft business. Spain and the Netherlands. The American industry provides in addition to the Super Guppy, - the Airbus transporter - also the engines. United Kingdom builds Airbus wings.
Airbus A 300, a nearly 900 kilometers faster jet for short - and medium-haul usage. In Hamburg assembled Airbus for the needs of the Lufthansa will be equipped.
25,000 engineering hours the German carrier has in cooperation with the Airbus Industrie invested and it enforced around 1,200 changes to Airbus in the course of development.
As large aircraft, the Airbus can carry more than 300 people. However, in the Lufthansa version, the number of seats was reduced to 253. For the crew, an on-board computer for the first time concerned the calculation of the optimal engine performance.
A plane available that sets new standards in its efficiency, reliability, environmental friendliness and comfort is the airlines with the Airbus.
Come on still - during the day and At night. For 2.5 million people refugees, prisoners of war, evacuees - is the Grenzdurchgangslager of Friedland the first stop on the journey to the homeland since the end of the war.
Most fried country residents on time today come from former German territories that are been assumed after the war of the administration of the Polish State. German Polish agreements allow them today, without too much bureaucratic difficulties in the Federal Republic of Germany to move over.
The policy of balancing and reconciliation with its neighbor East - as an integral part of a policy of securing peace for Europe, which operates the Federal Republic of Germany since its existence - created also the prerequisite for the solution of the German Polish issues. In the December 1970 signed the former Chancellor of Germany, Willy Brandt, and Polish Prime Minister Josef Cyrankiewicz in Warsaw the Treaty concerning the basis of the normalization of German Polish relations. Both sides reaffirm the inviolability of existing borders - the people's Republic of Poland said the resettlement of Germans as well as mixed and separated families from Poland.
In Helsinki, on the margins of the Conference for security and cooperation in Europe, Chancellor Helmut Schmidt and Polish leader Edward Gierek agreed the regulation of all issues still outstanding between the two countries five years later.
This German Polish agreements include a pension and credit agreement- and they stipulate that Poland allows the exit more than 125,000 Germans To want living in the Federal Republic of Germany. Half a year later in the Federal Republic of Germany: After passionate discussions about individual contract points of the Bundestag and the Federal Council finally agreed to first the treaties - "reasons elementary humanity, moral and foreign policy reasons."
"Thus the Federal Council has approved unanimously the law."
In the long and often conflict-ridden history of German Polish neighborhood, the agreements provide finite both sides the chance of partnership.
An ancient city, most alive living in the present: Braunschweig, near the border with East Germany, has a history of over 1000.
Brunswick came to fame as the residence of the Welf Duke Henry of the lion. As a hub for European merchants and traders to wealth. From here, goods went to Flanders, Sweden and Russia.
The old city was destroyed in the last war. A New Brunswick was created, with 270,000 inhabitants, Centre of a development area in the northeast of the Federal Republic.
The University is the oldest University of in Germany. More than 6,000 students are trained here. In addition, there are many research sites of international importance.
Industrial Court of Braunschweig. Some 170 companies with diverse manufacturing programs are located here. Focus: the car and engineering, the production of camera.
The range of culture and entertainment among a city's quality of life. Masterpieces of European painting, mainly from the 15th-17th centuries the Herzog Anton Ulrich Museum far beyond Brunswick have made known.
A van of the Nevt. A van Delft.
And Rembrandt's family.
Evening impression of a city that has become a modern metropolis in recent decades, and which still retains something of the serenity and the lifestyle of their past. Until today. Noble sound formed from fine wood - today, as for almost 100 years in Hamburg most precious woods are dried outdoors for years, one of the most famous musical instruments in the world - the Steinway grand piano.
The body - an important for the sonority resonance - is bent in the shape of the wing.
Despite use of machines: Wing construction remained largely handmade. Each instrument is unique. Today, almost half a million instruments have been built in this way in the New York and Hamburg Steinway factories.
The history of the House began, when the German piano maker Henry Engelhard, emigrated to America in 1853 in New York the company Steinway & sons founded Steinway. One of his seminal inventions: the cross side comprising silberling iron frame.
The fence equipment keys, springs, hammer called "Mechanics". Its installation requires precision and flair.
Optimum sound with the Intonier master. The crucial work at the end of a long process. 10 years of training were necessary in order to coordinate the 88 sounds fine corrections.
What pianist Franz Liszt especially appreciate to Artur Rubinstein at the piano, is his inimitable sound: "brilliantly in the treble, singing in the middle layer, and powerfully in the Baß."
The fastest men and women in the world on skids were guest in West Berlin. Four weeks after the Winter Olympics in Innsbruck victors and vanquished took advantage of the ice skating World Championships in 1976 in the ice Sprint to a new test of strength. The American Sheila Young, two-time world champion and Olympic champion confirmed her extra class in the new ice rink of the Berlin Wilmersdorf of of district of. In the 500 meters Sprint, she left no chance her fiercest rival Silvia Burka from Canada.
Over 1000 meters, also won the Sheila Young. The 25 Sociology student is an exception. Not just on the ice, but also on the bike. Last year she was also Cycling - World Sprint Champion.
The Germans have only a sprinter from international class after the retirement of Olympic champion Erhard Keller. The Hamburg Horst Freese - he crashed in Innsbruck - reached the 8th place in the overall standings which in Berlin two 500 and 1000 m races.
At the final battle of the best sprinters, favorite missing Jos Valentine from Holland. He was disqualified after three false starts.
Thus, the way was free for the Swedish dentist Johan Granath, first on the inside lane. At the age of 26, he has reached his highest sporting goal. He became world champion of ice sprinter.
The loser congratulates on the ice.
Persons in the Film
Burka, Sylvia ; Bahr, Egon ; Brandt, Willy ; Cyrankiewicz ; Gierek, Conrade Edward ; Kohl, Hannelore ; Osswald ; Scheel, Walter ; Schmid, Carlo ; Schmidt, Helmut ; Strauß, Franz Josef ; Freese, Horst ; Granath, Johan ; Young, Sheila ; Genscher, Hans Dietrich ; Gomulka ; Engelstadt
Berlin ; Bonn ; Braunschweig ; Friedland ; Hamburg ; Helsinki ; Warsaw
Lufthansa ; Policy ; Braunschweig ; Musikinstrumentenbau ; Eissport ; Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Railways ; Ice skating ; Hands ; Craft ; Returnees, evacuees, Outlander ; Higher education ; Industry ; Children ; aircraft ; musical instruments ; Night ; Pacts ; Political events ; Postal, postal services ; Aerospace ; Advertising ; Townscapes: Germany ; Art ; Contracts ; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen ; Jobs ; 01 16 mm project ; Industrial ; 10 finding book Germany mirror
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