01 300 years Hamburg State Opera snake on the street in front of ticket office. Woman pouring hot drink. The State Opera at night lit. Federal President Scheel enters the honor box. Guests stand and clap. Festival performance of "Der Rosenkavalier". Images from the history of Opera. The 1st premiere in January 1678. The changing houses. Portraits of artists. Sample of the State Opera Ballet under John Neumaier. Scene clip from "Der Rosenkavalier".
(54 m) 02. The social status of women in the Federal Republic of Germany going women (pedestrians). Man and woman with stroller. Photos of women in 19th-century House and the stove. Officials of the federal railway work in the signal box, regulate shunting of locomotives. Hairdressing apprentices samples hairstyles. Women in workshop in professions. Saws: Master checks the workpiece. Women in the Assembly of switchboards. Hildegard Jante in the kitchen sinks and overseeing the schoolwork of Alexandra and friend. Helga Schuchardt campaign with microphone in Hamburg road. Minister Antje Huber receives certificate of appointment from Scheel. Practice nurse to doctor. A girl in the crowd, blond, long-haired.
(55 m) 03 Westphalian moated castles driving record surge. Black Swan cleans his feathers, large. Part of shooting a water Castle. Drawing a wagon, a stronghold, a castle and a water Castle, created to protect against the attacking enemy. Water Castle Vischering in Westphalia, built 1271st boardwalk leads across the water to the main Castle. Tana water level. Courtyard. Settings of the walls with art decorations. Re ran, figures. Castle is now in State ownership and is set up as a museum. Faithfully restored interiors. Bedchamber. Painting with portraits of former residents. Jewelry barrel, in which precious objects in the water were sunk at risk. The water Castle, total.
04. hydraulic coal mining (53 m) rotating shaft Tower. Ruhr buddy in underground coal mining. At the hydraulic coal mining, coal is mined hydropower graphical representation of the benefits of the new technology. Small and steep coal stock can be reduced. Hydro - water cannons set up with leverage and flushes out carbon. The coal water mixture running through conveyor trough in reservoir. Water will be deducted. Transport is carried out by pipe system. The coal water current flowing.
(44 m) 05. Cologne: the Roman Germanic Museum (see DSP 236/4) Antique sculptures, large. The Museum next to the Cologne Cathedral. Visitors to the Museum. View of the Cologne Cathedral. Frescoes and statues from Roman times. Head of a young man, great. Demonstration and explanation with audio devices. Elderly woman, great. The Dyonisos mosaic of the 3rd century In display cabinets of glass objects, vases, mugs, jewelry, bracelets from Roman times.
(48 m) 06 Bergedorf: seniors Hauni Foundation Centre font at the entrance of the senior Centre: give the years and not only the life years. Old people sitting in lounge by the fireplace. Hobby room. Close-ups of faces. Old in weaving, needlework, spinning, Clothcraft, painting, swimming, water gymnastics. Spas and hydrotherapy in bath. Gymnastics. Choral singing.
(59 m) 07 Garmisch: Alpine Ski World Cup women's slalom: Pamela Behr standing shapes up to the course on skis. Viewers. Running Pamela Behr. You win the silver medal. LEA Sölkner, Austria, won gold and world champion slalom. Run through the goal. Advertisement: Triumph Adler. Transparent: TSV Seeg greets Irene and Maria Epple.
Giant slalom women: Maria Epple won gold medal and world champion. Close-up Maria Epple with tears of joy.
Men's downhill: skiers ZL. Walking in the fog. Michael Veith, Germany, WINS silver. Sepp Walcher, Austria, wins gold.
Come early morning, even in winter: Hamburg opera lovers are standing in line for premiere cards.
In recent weeks, the Hamburg State Opera celebrates, enjoy the international reputation, its 300th anniversary. German President Walter Scheel was the anniversary. As a festival performance, there was a cheerful graceful "Rosenkavalier".
Lovers Hanseatic lawyers and merchants founded the first German citizens Opera. First premiere: January 1678.
From the baroque to the present day: Hamburg's varied operatic tradition, reflects a piece of German Opera history connected with names like Telemann, Handel and Mahler. After 1945, impetus for the modern musical theater came from here.
Samples of Ballet under John Neumeier. Born American, one of the most important young choreographers, has made known to the Hamburg Ballet international.
Record in the 300. Its anniversary: with nearly half a million visitors per season the Hamburg citizens Opera is one of the most popular German music theaters.
Also in the Federal Republic of Germany, the women have become independent and independent in recent years. They see themselves as equal partners of men.
In the 19th century their place - was traditional social order - in the House and at the stove.
Women - men - access to all professions have today. The equality is enshrined as a fundamental right in the Constitution and will be carried out step by step. But there is still discrimination at work and in society.
Problem education. Three-quarters of the girls choose to so-called traditional women's jobs. Many without extensive training. Few opt for example for craft or technical occupations. But growing trend of qualified training.
Nearly 10 million women are employed. On average, they earn slightly less than the men. Because they often work in vulnerable jobs, they are more often unemployed than men. An increased retraining and training helps to strengthen their career prospects.
Often underestimated: the services of housewives. Many of them would like part-time work. Promotion programs facilitate a return to work, if the children are grown.
Women in the election campaign. You are involved in the policy, take responsibility as a Minister. However, they are under-represented in parliaments, political parties and associations such as in economy and culture. Continue efforts to more equal opportunities. You remain a measure of realized democracy.
Germany is still rich of old castles and palaces. In the landscape of Westphalia one often encounters a special form of the castle: the Castle, surrounded by natural or artificial waters previously offered additional protection. To protect the people from the people: that was always a major task in the millennial history of the castles. At early times, people pushed together their vehicles to the Wagenburg to assert itself against an enemy. Then, the flee - a refuge was established. The Castle and as a special form of the water Castle were endpoint of this development.
The Burg Vischering is one of the most beautiful and best preserved water castles in Westphalia. Built in 1271 and almost 500 years unchanged. Even today, visitors must only happen a drawbridge before they reach over a wooden footbridge to the main Castle.
Client was the Bishop of Münster, owner of the castle was a Comital family. Today it is State-owned and partly as a museum.
Some interiors are faithfully restored and equipped with loans - such as this bed from the year 1535. The former inhabitants have become today exhibition objects, objects of cultural or romantic curiosity which feels satisfied when she for example learns that the inhabitants of the Castle formerly stowed their jewelry at risk in this barrel and then sank it in the ditch. The Westphalian moated castles is now an integral part of many tourist programs.
A new technology changed the Ruhr area. For centuries, the winding towers in the German coal-mining area brought the coveted fuel upwards. Now they carry only the buddy. Anyway, in the pit of "Hansa", where water has replaced the conveyor system of the past. With the serious planing work on-site, it is over. The new plane is a jet of water directed from secure Entferunung. Hansa is the first pit of Western Europe, which has been converted to the hydro Bill. Coal is extracted here alone with hydroelectric power. The advantage of the new technology: it allows to reduce small or steep coal bearing economically. And the miners have to fear neither hypertension nor coal explosion in the future.
With over a hundred atmospheres of pressure, the water cannons flushes the coal out of the mountain. A funding channel washes the coal water mixture in a central gathering place, where most of the water is removed. Then, a pipe system takes over the transport. Surface is attributed by the coal separately and in the closed slurry circuit water. The pit of "Hansa" seemed already degraded. The trick with the water cannon has saved 1500 jobs. And it helps technically secure the comeback of coal used after the oil crisis.
Christianity and antiquity - almost under one roof. In the Roman-Germanic Museum at the foot of the Cologne Cathedral, the inhabitants of the city can visit their own past. What the Germans left and later the Romans, until in the 4. Century after beginning of men's Cologne were the time, has been discovered in the last few decades in old earth culture on the Rhine and combines a unique collection.
The stone monuments are available on bases in space: 2000 year-old testimonies of a past great culture.
Image and sound programs help visitors to find their way in Roman times. The famous Dionysus mosaic has determined the place of the collection. About the site, the city councils could build the Museum.
In the following years gathered here, what you discovered on Earth and construction work in Cologne. In addition to tombs, statues and jewelry also hundreds of vases, bowls and bottles made from a special, artfully worked glass for the later times coined the name of Roman glass.
Cologne will probably still long remain an archaeological treasure trove. Because Cologne was not destroyed as almost only one city as the Germans drove out the Romans. In the middle of a Hamburg suburb, a 67-jähriger industrialist set a new standard for his peers: "Give the years and not only the life years!", that was his idea. The Hamburg founded a foundation and a Senior Center, which is to be exemplary in Germany built at great expense.
Elderly not be supplied here provisionally by others - pensioners to keep here fit for the later years. In this model-Senior Center old fellow citizens can be not only cherished pursuits, also courage once again to start something new, to make them what in recent years always again lacked the time or leisure.
People like this should also know that you can't get physical forces and regain lost. In other ways, the self-esteem of the elderly is increased. The most adequate pensions and pay according to income, for the services of the Senior Center. They so decide what they want to take advantage, and not feel as the charity recipient.
Such a centre is not the end of life, rather it enabled vitality and self-confidence. For the growing number of old people in the Federal Republic of, such facilities provide the experience that late may well be the most beautiful.
Alpine Ski World Championships in the Garmisch-Partenkirchen, in Bavaria. Pamela Behr characterizes a is once again the course. The young ski racer from the Federal Republic of Germany said later at the finish, she had never been so calm and focused driven. As an outsider, she went on the slalom course, she left him with the silver medal.
LEA Sölkner from Austria. She surprised the world elite. Liquid slid it through the gates and was faster than all favourites at the end. Shortly before Pamela Behr, she was the slalom world champion.
The sisters, Irene and Maria Epple: Favorites in the giant slalom. Maria fulfilled the expectations. She became world champion. The 18-year-old German had prematurely ended the school two years ago and focuses entirely on the Alpine Sport. Almost a Pro, but still not cool enough, to suppress tears of joy.
The men's downhill. 1700 meters the range 800 m difference in altitude. Average speed: almost 100 km of/h.
In the fog at times only 30 meters visibility. The 21 year old Michael Veith from Bavaria Bundeswehr soldiers don't care. He plunges into the Valley and pleased with the fastest time. Start by Sepp Walcher of Austria.
No one had expected with Sepp Walcher. Only he himself. The daredevil put everything on one card and won. At the finish, he was all 7 hundredths of a second faster than Michael Veith: gold for the Austrians, silver for the Germans.
Persons in the Film
Huber, Antje ; Neumeier, John ; Scheel, Walter ; Jante, Hildegard ; Schuchardt, Helga ; Behr, Pamela ; Epple, Maria ; Sölkner, Lea ; Veith, Michael ; Walcher, Sepp
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