Deutschlandspiegel 262/1976 1976


01 West Berlin: women's Hockey - World Cup - final Argentina Germany 0:2 ZL pictures of game scenes. Goalkeeper in action. Invasion of the teams into the stadium. As a spectator Klaus Schütz. Austria invaded players from Nigeria, behind them. Player at gymnastics jump training. Running training team. Shots on goal. Spectators, children with black-red-gold flags. Game scenes ZL and normal. Storm runs by Argentine girl. Gudrun Scholz, Braunschweig, the 1:0 players embrace shoots shortly before half-time. Shortly before the final whistle manages to score a goal, 2-0 for Germany Gudrun Scholz. Players embrace in the background audience smacking.
(57 m) 2 Lower Saxony: foreign journalists from Bonn visit Lower Saxony driving record treetops. Swing Street, where journalists by Bilberry drive in horse and carts.
Visit to Wolfsburg to VW. Barge goes building by VW on River, on the shore. VW Chief Schmücker speaks before the journalists in an interview.
Uelzen: Inauguration of the Elbe side Canal: floodgate. Ships in Chamber lock. Sightseeing boats filled with people. Firefighters spray hose on the shore and boats to the opening of the Elbe side canal. From steamer Hans Ulrich Klose and Ernst Albrecht with Minister Gscheidle, which symbolically cut band. Various settings of the channel.
(49 m) 3rd Braunschweig: ergonomics Center Panel on wall with seated people "Working height for sitting posture". Ergonomics researchers in working area (teaching by adapting the work to the people). Writer typing on a typewriter. Noise measurements are taken in various sound boxes. Instruments supply data to reduce the noise. Sound and lighting laboratory with large headlights. Here, light -, sound - and climate conditions of work spaces are studied to create maximum conditions.
Salzgitter: Car park in the snow before the peine-Salzgitter steelworks. Ergonomics Center of the iron and steel industry. Work Chair models. Helm in rolling mill with optimal conditions. An easily recognizable colorful buttons on the control panel. Good visibility. Glowing bars are transported and rolled out. Men in protective clothing on blast furnace fire. Thermal measurements of the ergonomics Center.
(64 m) 04 Oberkochem: production of the largest telescope in the world giant telescope rotates. Surface is edited by cutters, grinders and polishers. Stills for the production of the blank at the company SCHOTT in Mainz. Blank in the grinding plant of Zeiss. Building by Zeiss in Oberkochen. Frame in production hall. Manufacturing process takes years.
(50 m) 05. civil society initiatives in Cologne-Stadtbild Köln. In the background the towers of the Cathedral. Cathedral towers, great. Pedestrians in pedestrian street full image. Disabled people without legs driving in wheelchair to bus and be in vehicle. Bus runs through the town. Right of way at tearoom action self-help. Man in wheelchair at restoration of Cabinet. Women peel potatoes. People bend map and plan a vacation trip. Migrant workers children playing in the schoolyard. Skipping. Students do homework with the children. Close-ups of Turkish and Greek children's faces, writing in exercise book, primer. Urban regeneration: Assembly of citizens to safeguard the interests of the inhabitants. Wall photo of factory building, which is to be demolished. Planning meaningful transformation to social housing and youth facilities. Town Hall meeting.
(74 m) 06. Berlin: singers sing song festival on steamer. Miner choir sings. Mixed choir sings folk songs. The Kurfürstendamm from above. Japanese singing group strolls on the Kurfürstendamm. Tokyo Liedertafel. Japanese take photos with a camera, great. City bus trip. Photo of men's singing club 1878 bearded men of singer federal, transformer. From car, increases Federal President Walter Scheel and enters the House. Scheel recorded interview speaks to the Song Festival (übersprochen of narration). Traditional choir sings. Audience image filling. Children riding on the shoulders of their fathers. Little girls in red short game strips skirt goes great. Children's choir sings. Police whistles, great. Dutch man group sings. Kurfürstendamm full of people. BVG 1926 choir sings.
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Albrecht, Ernst ; Scheel, Walter ; Schütz, Klaus ; Scholz, Gudrun ; Gscheidle ; Klose, Hans Ulrich ; Schmücker


Berlin ; Braunschweig ; Cologne ; Oberkochen ; Salzgitter ; Uelzen ; Wolfsburg


Niedersachsen ; Hockey ; Teleskop ; Chor ; Köln ; Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Industry ; cameramen, cameramen ; Children ; Research ; Pedestrian ; Musical events ; Photographers ; Police ; Shipping ; Schools, training ; sports audience, sports spectator ; Townscapes: Germany ; Animals (except dogs) ; Buildings ; automotive engineering, automotive ; Landscapes ; Meteorology ; Transport: General ; Science ; Welfare, aid agencies, care ; Listener ; Jobs ; 01 16 mm project ; Industrial ; 10 finding book Germany mirror


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175th anniversary of the founding of Carl Zeiss Jena (November 19, 1846)

The world-renowned optics group ZEISS, celebrates its 175th anniversary on November 19.

It was on this day in 1846, that company founder Carl Zeiss received the license for his newly opened workshop for optical and precision instruments in Jena.

Soon he began to specialize in the manufacturing of microscopes, which he wanted to develop further with the help of scientific research. And so in 1866, he began collaboration with the physicist Ernst Abbe, who created the first theoretical foundations of microscopy and became a partner in 1876. In order to improve their apparatus by using new optics made of special optical glass, Zeiss and Abbe brought the chemist Otto Schott to Thuringia in the 1880s and set up a glass technology laboratory with him, which later became the Jena glassworks Schott & Genossen. Thanks to this constellation novel and high-quality products emerged, ensuring the rapid growth of the company that soon had its own plant.

Demand for Zeiss products soon exceeded the regional market, and thus branches were opened around the world from the end of the 19th century. However, they had to be closed again at the start of the First World War. After the Zeiss Company shifted its focus to the manufacturing of optical devices for military use during the war years, it succeeded in returning to the world markets during the Weimar Republic. During the Nazi period, the company was increasingly restricted to a national market, and production of precision instruments for the military once again became a priority.

After the end of World War II, Zeiss was re-established in Oberkochen, Württemberg, by personnel deported by the US Americans. After being dismantled by the USSR, the plant in Jena is literally rebuilt from scratch by the remaining "Zeissians", nationalized in 1948 and transformed into one of the largest combines in the GDR. With the fall of the Berlin Wall, the two companies, which had previously engaged in fierce disputes over trademarks, were reunited in a difficult process and transformed into a globally operating stock corporation in 2004. The owner of today's holding company - as well as Schott AG - is the Carl Zeiss Foundation, which had been set up by Ernst Abbe after Zeiss' death.

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