Deutschlandspiegel 287/1978 1978

Synopsis

01 Bonn: Summit President Jimmy Carter next to Walter Scheel on arrival in the House of the President. 15s. Playing the national anthem. Press box with photographers and cameramen. Carter in conversation with Schmidt in the Chancellor's Office. Join the Foreign Ministers Genscher and Vance. Two Federal Border Guard soldier with MP. Right of way of the delegations before the Palais Schaumburg. Arrival of Mr Giscard d ' Estaing, France. Session in the Palais Schaumburg. The Japanese delegation with Prime Minister Fukuda. Carter next to Schmidt. Politicians in the Park of Schaumburg in conversation.
Group photo of the leaders: 1. Helmut Schmidt, Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany, 2. Valery Giscard d' Estaing, President of the French Republic, 3 Giulio Andreotti, Prime Minister Italy, 4. Takeo Fukuda, Prime Minister Japan, 5. Pierre Elliot Trudeau, Prime Minister Canada, 6 James Callaghan, Prime Minister of United Kingdom, 7 Jimmy Carter, President of the United States, 8. Roy Jenkins, President of the Commission of the European Community.
Power plant. Container ship, refining, slag heaps, nuclear power plant, pedestrian. At the Bonn City Theater, Schmidt has record of the meeting. Sai original sound: "it was a climate of openness, of understanding for each other and the willingness to compromise." Each of us can this result that we have achieved not only in his own country, but we all can present together this result before the world with satisfaction."
(76 m) 02 Nuremberg: exhibition Charles IV cityscape Nuremberg, transformer. The Imperial Castle. City images. Historical game outdoors. Nuremberg students dance the elector Ballet in historical costumes. Viewers filling picture. Valuable memorabilia in the exhibition. Charles IV. towering. Glove. Imperial Crown. Sceptre and Imperial ORB. The Golden Bull, 1 Constitution. Buildings from the time of Charles IV. The Church of our Lady and the beautiful fountains in the main market. Ornate rosette. Man photographed.
(62 m) 03. humanization of work welder to hull. Seamstresses on machines in the sewing room. Factory workers with hearing and mouth protection at work. Worker with test tubes. Workers at the blast furnace. Woman at typewriter test. Noise enhancement in the rolling mill of rolling road. Industrial Robots take heavy monotonous operations. Improvement of the work Chair are developed by occupational health physicians. Chair for the computer control system in rolling mill. Representatives in Office. Workers on the Assembly line at the plant. Introduction the Assembly of workers made up motor. Drivers in large self-propelled carriages.
(65 m) 04 facades painting painting on walls of houses. Colorful facades. Trees on wall of House block. Little girl in sandbox on a playground. Children's playground in front of brightly painted wall. Painting of Windows, flowers, drapes and out looking kid on a bare wall.
(44 m) 05. Kiel: Black and white cows graze on pasture Federal Research Centre for dairy research. Milking machine in the milking. The Federal Institute for dairy research. Specialists in investigations to improve the milk. Milk centrifuge receives additional. Cheese-making. Investigation of milk for radioactivity. Milk powder is burned to ashes. ASH sample is placed in a computer. Examiner with red long hair side, great. Curve rises increase in radioactivity. Device for milk analysis. Air bubbles to separate the milk samples. Plant for processing whey for protein, which is valuable cattle feed with sugar from starch and yeast. Cows in rural pilot farm. Cows eat. Stomach contents is explored with probes and tubes. Digestion of the feed is seen through stomach opening. Visitors are guided through stable. Large blades automatically comes from the Chuck. Milk is tapped and drunk.
(68 m) 06. football - impressions ZL shots of football scenes. Goalkeeper parades. Children painting "Soccer". Students Excel in school. Pictures on the wall. Football scenes real and in the picture: stadium full of people. Sepp Maier crashes on ball. Soccer legs and ball. Audience faces. Woman pushes thumbs behind barriers. Arms torn-up. Shot on goal, overhead kick. The dream team 11 x Franz Beckenbauer. Uwe Seeler. Door header.
(54 m)

Narration

Persons in the Film

Beckenbauer, Franz ; Callaghan, James ; Giscard d'Estaing, Valery ; Jenkins, Roy ; Scheel, Walter ; Schmidt, Helmut ; Seeler, Uwe ; Andreotti, Giulio ; Carter, Jimmy ; Fukuda, Takeo ; Genscher, Hans Dietrich ; Trudeau, Pierre Elliot ; Vance ; Maier, Sepp

Places

Berlin ; Bonn ; Hamburg ; Kiel ; Nuremberg ; Schleswig

Topics

Kaiserburg ; Milch ; Policy ; Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Federal ; Bundeswehr ; Industry ; cameramen, cameramen ; Children ; Energy, energy supply ; Research ; Football ; Photographers ; Political events ; Press, press conferences ; Shipping ; Schools, training ; Townscapes: Germany ; Dance ; Animals (except dogs) ; Buildings ; automotive engineering, automotive ; Art ; Science ; civil service ; Listener ; Jobs ; Exhibitions ; Automation ; construction ; Gesundheitsfürsorge ; Wirtschaft (Arbeitgeber; Arbeitnehmer; Arbeitskampf; usw. s. Synonyme) ; 01 16 mm project ; Industrial ; 10 finding book Germany mirror

Type

Periodicals (G)

Genre

Monthly Newsreel

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Title:

Deutschlandspiegel 287/1978

Country of Origin:
Federal Republic of Germany

Year of Production and/or Release

Year of Release:
1978
Year of Production:
1978

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