Deutschlandspiegel 284/1978 1978
01 Schrecksbach: beat on the village (see D 210/1) Schrecksbach near Fulda, totally with Castle on the mountain. Trek goes through village lane. Broom and install dishes before houses. Peasant woman with shopping cart goes from behind. Little girl holding hand before fountain pipe. Bauer unload cars. Beat group: The Petards play on the village square. Individual members of the four band, large. Drummer and 3 guitarists. Girl looks out of window. Musicians standing on the castle wall. The village, total. Cow, that's great. Eyes of great musicians.
(49 m) 02. The Deutsche Bundespost modern phone with push buttons, large. Woman on the phone. Large telephone relay. Old-fashioned telephones in Postal Museum. Check-in post office. Stamp sales. Postal savings account will be labeled. Women in long series in the sort the letters. Letter sorting machine. Package distribution machine. Training of post apprentices. Mail bag by Mailman, great. Postman when carrying out post in the city and in the countryside by bike. House letterbox. Satellite radio station with large mirrors.
(55 m) 03 Castle Ludwigsburg part settings of the Castle. Crystal chandeliers. Baroque ornamentation. Artfully landscaped gardens. Fountains and swans in a pond. Walkers in the castle garden. Flamingos and pelicans. Little boy, close-up. Gardeners in support of hedges to ornate garlands, flower care flower borders.
(44 m) 04. labor dispute in the printing sector strikers with posters "Protection against rationalization". Electronics in economic life, which replaced workers everywhere. Motor Assembly. Automation data acquisition, computers. Strikers before the Springer-Haus. Type-setter to wash at the break. Typists and editor at electronic typesetting machine, delivering finished proofs on computer, which serve as a template for the pages of the newspaper. Making the final print template in the light set procedure. Rotating machines run.
(57 m) 05. Munich: harp master Maximilian Horngacher harp Spielerin plays harp. Harp construction workshop, where Maximilian Horngacher produces an annual 12-14 harp with five employees. Wood is selected and cut. Precision work on incorporating the phonogram and pages. Harpist plays an ornately decorated harp before sending.
(62 m) 06. Deutsches Museum Munich exhibits of natural science and technology in the Deutsches Museum in Munich. Aircraft models in the course of time. From Zeppelin to the satellite. The work table of the chemist Otto Hahn, who discovered the nuclear fission. Records. Filing boxes. In cellar Depot collectibles and musical instruments, who found no room in the Museum. Valuable items are selected for exhibition in a new space. Globes, old cars 1 safety car from Daimler Benz, Horch.
(48 m) 07. Hamburg: Fußballänderspiel Germany Brazil 0-1 kick-off Brazil. German storm. Corner. Goalkeeper keeps. Slow motion shots before the Brazilian goal. Brazil, technically better, takes the lead in the game. Shot on goal misses on the German goal. Penalty Ballard goes over the wall and gate. Bundestrainer good talking to players during the break. In the 76th minute, shoots the Brazilians of 1-0 ZL Nunes and is lying embraced by other players in the German goal. Sepp Maier front gate.
Persons in the Film
Deutsche Post ; Arbeitskampf ; Musikinstrumentenbau ; Schloss Ludwigsburg (Baden-Württemberg) ; Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Football ; Musical events ; Postal, postal services ; Strike, strike ; Animals (except dogs) ; Buildings ; automotive engineering, automotive ; People ; Jobs ; Exhibitions ; Automation ; -3.8 Wirtschaft (Wirtschaftsordnung, Konjunktur usw. - s. Synonyme) ; 01 16 mm project ; 10 finding book Germany mirror
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