Deutschlandspiegel 293/1979 1979


01 news agency DPA detailed people filling picture. Aerial view of Hanover Trade fair. Editor dictated messages on screen. Typewriter Schreiber. Bundestag session. Helmut Schmidt at the lectern. Football snippet. TASS Department of Bonn. The times, Le Figaro, Tunisian press agency. DPA's headquarters in Hamburg. Barrier opens. Car driving before. Messages are processed in large room. Staff reads newspaper. Teletype. Klaus Bölling at press conference. Graphics of computers in DPA Headquarters directs messages to departments. Red lamps light up. Personal contacts with journalists from the 3rd world. Manufacture of the foreign service with messages from the Federal Republic.
(75 m) 02 snow emergency aerial view of the snow-covered landscape of Schleswig-Holstein. Helicopter shadow in addition to homestead. A snowbound vehicles. Armoured recovery vehicle of the Bundeswehr in use. Helicopter landed. Folks at the snow Rd. Sick is transported on stretcher. Helicopter starts. Caravans on the road. (53 m) 03 veterinary medicine in Hanover at the entrance to deed of King George III. animal skeletons in the classroom. Horse head model with muscles, veins, and tendons. Horse heart sounds are heard. Laboratory of the College. Lecture. Students and students in human anatomy by dissection. Operation. Standing beef is operated. Doctor engages in side wound and brings back talismanic object from body.
(53 m) 04 Hannoversch Münden confluence of the Fulda and Werra to the Weser. Memorial stone on the Bank displays of the confluence. Snow-covered Hannoversch Münden. Transformer. Timber-frame houses. Old bridge. The houses of the old town. Carving of houses. Formerly used as storage spaces will be converted to the apartments. Dilapidated houses will be restored. Old room and wooden beams. Figure of Dr. Eisenbarth. The historical figure in the city. The Castle Museum with an old arts and crafts.
(57 m) 05. State Library Berlin State Library. Interior with bright rooms and staircases. Federal President Scheel considered collection of old manuscripts on the opening day. Restorers working on valuable writings. Book magazine. Font material on microfilm. The large reading room. Bookshelves.
(51 m) 06 DFVLR-German research und Versuchsanstalt für Luft - und Raumfahrt plane taking off. Experiments in the low speed channel of the Institute. New building materials, such as glass-reinforced plastic. Slow motion recording shows the resilience of the substance during flight of a glider. Wings flutter elastic causing no damage. Development of electronic control unit. Tax corrections during the flight. (See also D 231). D 231: The building. Car drives in gate entrance. Pilot scale test aircraft. Plane taking off. Aerial view of Braunschweig.
Institute of flight guidance: electronic display devices are tested in Flight Simulator. Necessary information will be displayed on screens. Institute of aerodynamics: in wind tunnel Druckverteilungs - and force measurements are carried out. Results are displayed using computer and decrypted.
Institute of aeronautical engineering: development of new lightweight materials. Glass fibre-reinforced plastics. Glass fibers are woven around winding core. The academic group of the Technical University developed a carbon-reinforced plastic. A slow motion recording shows the resistance of the material. The flapping wings of the model without causing damage.
Institute of flight guidance: develop of an electronic engine control unit. Pilot demonstrated the aircraft cockpit, pilot control unit o-ton: "of today flying aircraft elevator is operated by the control column by pulling as I show it now. The system examined by us, it is through such a movement that is just out of hand. The aileron is by turning the hand wheel operated, our new system through such a movement. The rudder can co operate also in this device, by turning. So far this had through the feet move happen. We say, you can fly the aircraft by laying on of hands". Operating on the side of the backrest. Flaps and rudder move. Technician shows control unit. Technician interview: "this is the unit in which 3 x 2 position transmitter is located, and mechanical control information transform into an electrical signal." Fly the experimental plane, big.
(39 m) 07. Düsseldorf: international football match Germany-Holland 3:1 game on snow-covered lawn. Black flags are waved. German storm. Goalkeeper keeps. ZL-shot past on the Dutch wall. Rummenigge shoots the 1:0 cheering in the audience. Light candles are lit. Viewers in the rain hoods and warm coats. ZL scenes. Klaus Fischer shoots the 2:0 Holland 2-1 storming scoring for Holland. Rummenigge storms and is laid down in the penalty area, and crashes. Rainer Bonhoff scores from penalty spot to the 3:1 (53 m)


Persons in the Film

Bölling, Klaus ; Scheel, Walter ; Schmidt, Helmut ; Bohnhoff, Rainer ; Fischer, Klaus ; Rummenigge, Karl Heinz


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Hans Scharoun’s 50th Death Anniversary († November 25, 1972)

He is one of the great German architects of the 20th century and one of the most important representatives of organic building: Hans Scharoun.

Born in Bremen on September 20, 1893, and raised in Bremerhaven, he went to study architecture at the Royal Technical University in Berlin in 1912. With the outbreak of World War I, he enlisted for military service and was assigned to a reconstruction program for East Prussia. After the end of the war, he took over an architectural office there and was appointed professor at the Academy of Arts and Crafts in Wroclaw in 1925.

Having already joined the artists' association "Gläserne Kette" ("Glass Chain") founded by Bruno Taut in 1919, he also joined the architects' association "Der Ring" ("The Ring"), which was committed to New Building, in 1926. Like other members, he designed a residential building for the Weißenhof estate in Stuttgart and was involved in the design of the large Siemensstadt settlement in Berlin.

Although the National Socialists classified him as a representative of degenerate art, Scharoun did not leave Germany once they seized power. At least he was able to build a few modern single-family houses for private individuals during this time, including the remarkable Schminke House in Löbau, Saxony.

After the end of the war, the Soviet military administration appointed him city planning councillor for Greater Berlin and commissioned him with a "collective plan" for reconstruction, which, however, was largely rejected due to its radicalism. In 1947 Scharoun became chair for urban planning at the Technical University of Berlin and continued to work as an architect.

In the following decades, his designs were used to create such outstanding buildings as the Berlin Philharmonic Hall, the State Library right across the street, and the German Maritime Museum in his hometown of Bremerhaven.

Hans Scharoun died in Berlin on November 25, 1972.

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