Deutschlandspiegel 302/1979 1979

Synopsis

01 Viet Nam refugees in the Federal Republic of Viet Nam refugees and Rote-Kreuz-Schwestern with children on the arm coming down stairs. German fiancé in hand of young man. Viet Nam family on road of German small town Roteburg. Vietnamese to window of House, swing. Family at dinner with chopsticks. Pictures of the family album are considered. German lessons. Young teacher interview: "Where I must inform me, if I want to know how much is the temperature?" Vietnamese: "I need to see the thermometer." Faces of young learners in exercises. Young man with wife and baby on the way to the employment office. Talking to brokers. Vietnamese in auto repair work on cars. Vietnamese and German children in kindergarten. Granny picks up children. German Vietnamese restaurant Festival. Vietnamese perform dance.
(97 m) 02 biological agriculture arriving tractors on Court. Working with tractor on the field. Bee on flower, great. Organic farming. Worms on the roots of plants. Cabbage, large. Growing of various plants on the field as opposed to monoculture. Ears image filling. Customer takes in supermarket bread of shelf, which was produced with untreated flour. Organic fruit and vegetables for sale. Potatoes guaranteed without artificial fertilizers on the market stall. Roots.
(52 m) 03 Moselle grape vine. Harvesting the grapes. Views of the Moselle river in the autumn. Vineyards. Wine growers with Kiepe. Mosel freighter. Mosel Castle. Timber-frame houses. Mosel town. People go by excursion boat on land, get off the bus. Pedestrian in narrow street. Input of an old wine House with shield (grape). Font in vino veritas on barrel. Cellar Master wine sampling from barrel. Mosel wine stalls. Cochem and Burg Cochem Mosel landscape.
(59 m) 04 Musikhochschule Hanover - State Hochschule für Musik und Theater Hannover conductor, great. Choir. With cello, music students go to College. Soundproofing-safe design of the building. Conductor during rehearsal with Orchestra. Students at the Ballet classes in the national dance. Library. Young man pages in notebook. Private lessons in singing. Piano teacher gives instructions. Tuition in violin and bassoon. Choir singers and singers.
(83 m) 05. Hamburg: Dolphinarium Hagenbeck off water dolphin shows up. Dolphins begging for tidbits. Presentation of the dolphins. Group jump. Viewers. Laughing boy. Dolphins dance over the water. Dolphin Tamer enough fin. Fish meal is prepared and weighed. Jump out of the water to Tamer. Dolphin jumping through hoops, ZL. Synchronous jumps ZL.
(41 m) 06. Berlin: football Germany - Argentina 2-1 German shot on goal, ZL. Gate camera. Ball flies through the air. Header on the misses. Hansi Müller No.10 in the attack. To Rumenigge's flank. Shot on goal 1:0 by Allofs. Hansi Müller on the ball. Gate Rumenigge 2:0 Argentina storms. Shot on goal 2:1 ZL. Game scenes in front of the Argentine goal. Jersey Exchange after the game. Advertising: Real Stonsdorfer - Metaxa - Granini.
(51 m)

Narration

Persons in the Film

Allofs, Klaus; Müller, Hansi; Rummenigge, Karl Heinz

Places

Berlin; Bonn; Celle; Hamburg; Hanover; Mosel; Münster; Red Castle; Viet Nam

Topics

Weinanbau; Ausbildung; Fussballmeisterschaft; Sachindex Wochenschauen; Trade, finance; Higher education; Children; Harvest; Refugees; Football; Musical events; Plants; Aerospace; Shipping; Schools, training; Spoprt-Ehrungen; Dance; Animals (except dogs); Buildings; Landscapes; Livestock, livestock; Zoo, Wildlife Park; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen; Jobs; Gastronomy; Musik; Tierdressur; 01 16 mm project; Sports honors; 10 finding book Germany mirror

Type

Periodicals (G)

Genre

Monthly Newsreel

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Title:

Deutschlandspiegel 302/1979

Country of Origin:
Federal Republic of Germany

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Year of Release:
1979
Year of Production:
1979

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Aid for Boatpeople from South East Asia (1979)

The fate of the south East Asian boatpeople is one of the biggest issues in 1979.

Since the withdrawal of US troops from Vietnam and the victory of the North Vietnamese communists 1.5 million people—primarily from Vietnam, but also from Laos and Cambodia—have fled their home by boat.

While the USA and France—who used to support of the South Vietnamese anti-communists—declare that they are willing to receive tens of thousands of boat refugees right away, Germany is a bit more hesitant. But disturbing coverage about the overcrowded refugee boat “Hai Hong” that was stranded off the Malaysian coast for weeks without any supplies, unleashes a never before seen wave of solidarity among a broad spectrum of the society. Especially journalists and Christian democratic politicians advocate the reception of the boat people. Minister President Ernst Albrecht personally makes sure that 1,000 people are allowed to enter the Federal Republic of Germany without any bureaucratic fuss. The journalist Rupert Neudeck and other like-minded people like the writer Heinrich Böll establish the private relief committee “Ein Schiff für Vietnam” (“A boat for Vietnam”). With its help and that of many donations the cargo “Cap Anamour” is turned into a medical boat and sent on many rescue operations in the South China Sea. The German weekly newspaper “Die Zeit” also launches a large-scale relief campaign. Soon, many companies, organisations and private individuals offer their support for the refugees—ranging from accommodations, language instruction, jobs to adoption. At the UN-Indochina conference the Federal Republic of German, which up to that point had mostly provided monetary relief, finally agreed to welcome 10,000 boat people. One year later the new “law on contingent refugees” provides a legal basis. The number of these so-called contingent refugees is gradually increased. In the end almost 40,000 people find a new home in Germany.

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