1 Hamburg: Bowling elimination for World Cup participation in bowling alley on the Reeperbahn. Flare cone installation system. Bowling player throws from the front. Player takes ball from frame. Players on the side. Many cars side by side with rolling balls. Litter. All the pins fall. Bullet Hits 2 rest cone. Throw of the world champion Anne Dore Häfker. Thrower and throwers. Gisela Lins, Dortmund, throwing all 10 Ursula Eckert also throws all 10 competition Gisela Lins - Ursula Eckert. Gisela Lins WINS and will take part in the World Championship in Tehran. Dieter Collmann, Hanau, throws. After the first round, he was in 8th place and catching up to the top. Litter of German Youth Champion Kornak. Hit all 10 and victory. Kornak is surrounded by players and congratulated.
(59 m) 02 City Portrait Duisburg in Duisburg in Street, in the background of older houses and factories with chimneys. Image from this image in painting. Rhine Harbor with tugboats. Painting Rhine port. Townscape with buildings and smoking chimneys. Painting. Light rail runs. Rail road. Driving record. People on the train in the dining car. Aerial view of Duisburg. Transport road junction from above. Monument of Franconian King. Painting Gerhardus Mercator, cartographer of the 16th century. Drawn map by Mercator and globe. Graduation of the Earth, which still has validity. Statue of the kneeling by Wilhelm Lehmbruch. The clay fraction Museum with modern sculptures and statues in the open air. Old houses and industrial buildings with smoking chimneys. Blast furnace. Steel industries. Tug and steamer in the Rhine port, largest inland port in Europe. Barges are loaded. Industrial buildings in the sky at sunset in red light wrapped.
(81 m) 03 training in aircraft construction a. Hamburg: apprenticeship in aircraft construction young people come out of door of building. Company aircraft. VW bus on site, in the background of aircraft fuselage. Apprentices in workshop at the filing of workpiece. Master checks the work. Apprentices work on modern machine tools. Technical artist makes her internship at machine. Master measures the workpiece accuracy. Young man sideways, large. Riveted in metal. Rivets on part of the Airbus. Tailgate that Endcap is made. The end cap at the rear of the aircraft, which will be maintained. Aircraft tail next to Lighthouse. Lessons on diagram of production process.
(47 m) b. training of master trainers during theoretical lessons in training seminar to make notes. Teacher teaches. Formula on board. Apprentices in vocational school. Looking through the window in the class room. Teacher draws with ruler on board. Apprentices make technical drawings. Boy called and goes to Panel to perform calculation. Training in aircraft construction in fuselage, (45 m) 04. magnetic float vehicle launch preparations to test drive of magnetic suspension vehicle Comet. Shield: Caution high voltage danger. Push sled accelerates the test vehicle with hot water rockets up on 401 km/h test ride in Ottobeuren, near Munich. Test vehicle floats on a magnetic cushion. Spectators are on the verge of the test track. Transrapid 04 test vehicle. Driver's cab with faucet. Test vehicle on a test track. Development of a competitive vehicle in Erlangen. Test cabin goes on test track.
play hands on piano, large (54 m) 5th portrait of pianist Justus Frantz. Swing by bald snow canopy to tree-lined Avenue, Justus Frantz enters Manor. Elderly gentleman plays in music room. Justus Frantz, listen. Justus Frantz at the piano playing as a soloist with Orchestra. Justus Frantz listens to music from tape. Play at piano in the music room. Shots from different angles. Rauhaardackel as a listener. Justus Frantz while walking through the snow between ice-frozen lakes.
In Hamburg, Germany's best bowlers met to play out the participants in the World Championship in the Iran. The competition was great: the players and players were allowed to send only one representative to Tehran.
The great bowling alley on the Reeperbahn was crowded with 2,000 spectators. Hamburg is considered a stronghold of the sport of bowling. 20,000 Hanseatic League, organized in clubs and sports joint access in your leisure time to the black plastic ball. WR Haefker was the world champion of last year, also it comes from Hamburg, Germany.
Was played in series: 8 men, 6 women. The 6 best in point contested the final.
Gisela Linz from Dortmund manages a strike: all ten! Her strongest rival Ursula Eckert imitating her.
Linz Eckert called the final. The world champion from Hamburg had failed in the first round. With her last litter, Gisela Linz won the ticket to Tehran.
Dieter Collmann from Hanau was in the 1. Only eighth round. Almost all players to the victims fall his fightback.
Tehran in its sights: the German Youth Champion Kornack. Despite his youth, he considered cool veteran.
For Dieter Collmann, it is enough to have the first place. The German youth champion the repeated by a wafer-thin margin. In Tehran, he was less happy. There he finished in 12th place "only".
Realistic images, realistic people who painted them in their spare time.
Duisburg is a city and its inhabitants, it is said, "have rolled up always the sleeves". Uncomplicated, without prejudice, the Ruhr melting pot made Duisburg from the sophistication of many European countries. Today, the fifth largest city in North Rhine-Westphalia has 600000 inhabitants. 19/5 a spatial planning procedure enlarged the urban area left and right of the Rhine by 60 percent.
As a Royal Court of Franconia, Duisburg joined to 850 in the light of history. The geographer and cartographer Gerhard Mercator, who came from Flanders and 1552 moved to Duisburg, gained world fame himself and the city with its maps and globes. His new scale of Earth, which became known as the Mercator projection is still in the maritime and Aviation of fundamental importance.
At the beginning of our century, another put Duisburg new standards in the field of art. "The kneeling" from 1911 is a masterpiece of Wilhelm Lehmbrucks perpetrated suicide as a punked out of desperation at the time. His son in the Lehmbruck-Museum Duisburg built perhaps the best sculpture in Europe.
The evidence of cultural past are in the city of steel by the characters of pushed of the industrial age in the background. Klöckner, Mannesmann, Rheinstahl, Thyssen - Krupp everything has rank and name in the eisenschaffenden and iron industries, has here settled. 45 percent of total German steel production comes from this city.
Duisburg's second superlative lies in the water. 40,000 vessels delete their loads - in the twenty of the biggest European harbour basin each year. Already in 1732, Duisburg's first port able to absorb its operations. The coal, the black gold that has long been main transshipment goods. Today, it is in addition to the coal ore, petroleum, iron and steel.
The Duisburg have dispelled the danger to become the "dustbin of the industry". With their "Duisburg"model, which successive votes all environmental protection measures in the region, the reality-conscious city fathers took international recognition.
Some 500,000 young people have left the schools in the Federal Republic in this year. To provide sufficient training places for them long is one of the priority socio-political tasks. In a factory for aircraft construction in North Germany, the trainees in a modern workshop systematically prepared for their profession.
First phase: basic training. The skills are tested, produced the first pieces.
Work on modern machine tools - a next step. Technical artists must complete an internship here.
For the aspiring metal aircraft manufacturers, riveting is a standard program that already flows such as the construction of items in the course of production.
Control of a major part of the production: the end cap from the rear of the European Airbus A 300, where the trainees work with leaving, to make training under realistic conditions as possible.
Here the end cap on a machine that is maintained.
The training of trainers is important part of vocational education reforms realized in the Federal Republic. Who trains young people for a job, must either be master or have provided proof of suitability. To bring his professional and pedagogical knowledge continuously up to date, the instructor takes part in regular training seminars.
Look in a modern vocational school. Here the young people - blocks will each receive in time of 5 to 6 weeks - a possible compact theory knowledge that specifically adds the practical experience in the operation. This dual system of education at two "places" - operating and school - ensures that apprentices of today who are qualified skilled workers of tomorrow, optimally prepared for the high performance requirements of an industrial society.
At the end of the round 3-year training period the student is involved, as here in the cell construction already in the manufacturing process. Qualified vocational training ensures not only the technical progress. It is also an important intermediate for the economic development and social security of the coming decade.
Start preparation for the Comet - a, the magnetic field technique will be tested by two test vehicles of the MBB group and Krauss-Maffei facing. A hot water rocket thrust sledge accelerated the unmanned components measuring support on the record speed of 401.3 km per hour.
in 1971, the precursor of the Comet in Ottobrunn near Munich had completed its maiden voyage. Applause accompanied a new mass transit of the future: A train that No more rolls on wheels, but floats on a magnetic cushion there.
Transrapid 04 means the second test vehicle of the company MBB and Krauss-Maffei. It is the largest passenger-carrying magnetic floating vehicle with linear drive. On the 2,400-metre test track, it reached already 205 kilometers per hour. In Erlangen, scientists and technicians of the company AEG, BBC, and Siemens, meanwhile, work on a competition project, the Erlanger prototype "EET 1".
Development of magnetic field technique, the Federal Republic of Germany now has a global lead.
Already in the course of the year 1977, the most promising magnetic suspension system in the application-oriented large-scale trial to occur to the series production stage.
The Federal Ministry for research and technology supports the development of a such high speed railway, which quickly the German and European cities could connect even up to 500 km/h.
No one in the old Prussian family lawyers, civil servants, politicians and large landowners thought of a career in music. Now all have accepted it: is one of the most renowned German pianist Justus Frantz. In the Wartheland - which now belongs to Poland - Justus Frantz was born in 1944, he grew up on the estate of Testorf in Schleswig-Holstein. Here in Testorf an old uncle helped him once to understand music: full of rage he threw a vase of flowers on the wall once as the 12 year old Justus a Beethoven concert dared to entertain with his cousin. A key experience for the young Frantz.
"He seems to have technical problems don't want to know. His attention is finest and subtlest sound design which dispenses Whininess and wrong understood sensibility." Justus Frantz in the judgment of critics who early predicted a great career. He was inducted in the "Studies Foundation of the German people" at the age of 23, later international appearances: in New York with the New York Philharmonic under Leonhard Bernstein in Moscow with the Munich Philharmonic Orchestra under Rudolf Kempe, in London with the Berlin Philharmonic under Herbert von Karajan.
"Talent - sure", but also high the measured 32-to-learn skills: "Completely on one thing focus can and no one and nothing to be afraid."