Deutschlandspiegel 345/1983 1983

Synopsis

01 New York: balloon ride of captive balloons at the start. Balloon racers start preparation, look at maps. Ballast is removed. Balloons rise. Advertisement: Stadtsparkasse - Hettlage - city of Münster. Balloon racers waving from gondola during ascent. Panoramic view of balloons on landscape with rotating windmill. Balloons flying over city with skyscrapers. Balloons next to steeple. Overlooking the road from balloon. Balloon drops down next to the Windmill. (Archive D 275/7)
(47 m) 02. The new Government Chamber with MEPs. Helmut Kohl in the conversation. Cameramen. Pan across the Hall.
Helmut Kohl at a lectern quote: "the social market economy is suitable like no other order to realize equality of opportunities, property, prosperity and social progress. We don't want more Government, but less. We want not less but more personal freedom."
Pedestrian image filling. Deputies clapping. Government Bank. O-ton: "four priorities will determine the work of the Federal Government to overcome the economic crisis in this legislative period. Reducing unemployment, recovery of reasonable growth, more public finances and securing pensions. Ladies and gentlemen, we want to spark economic straw fire, but we want to achieve a lasting recovery of our economy"workers and workers in factory Hall on the Assembly line, at installation, industry recordings, container terminal. Swivel. Government bank with Genscher and Wörner. Chamber. Original sound: "a dangerous border cuts across Germany - where is still the center of Europe. This border separates the Germans, it separates the Europeans, separating East and West. Reason and humanity can be not resign, that the right to self-determination to stop on this line."
Zone boundary wide off cleared strips and fasteners. Visitors to the border to see over there. Watchtowers. Shield: Here shut the border.
Photos: Reagan - Kohl. EC Conference with Kohl, Mitterand, Genscher. Swivel EC heads of Government and Ministers Thatcher, Mitterrand, Kohl, Genscher. Recorded interview: "we belong to the West. The Alliance for freedom and peace is an integral part of German politics. Here are our core values, our way of life and our safety connect. Peace needs the East. the friendship with the West and the understanding" Deputies clapping. Minister Wörner. Cabinet members meeting. Kohl sits next to Genscher. Stoltenberg, large.
(89 m) 03. The 17th of June 1953 the wall in Berlin. 3 young people go. Road sign road of 17 June. Looking over there.
Shield: Caution you leave West Berlin at the Brandenburg Gate with flag of East Germany.
Review of S / W: The 17th of June 1953 red flag is taken from Brandenburg Gate and torn. Work in companies of East Germany. Strike call because of new standards. Construction workers have sprung up to protest March. Incineration of newspapers and books. Boundary plate is cut to. Russian tanks drive up. Shots into the crowd. Escape. Deaths and injuries, large.
Col: border transit and border crossing for visitors to Berlin.
(71 m) 04. Bremen: the total of Bremen Schnoor quarter. Old town core with the small half-timbered houses of the Schnoor district. Cat Cafe. A cosy bar. Narrow streets. Antique shop. Craftsmen work in craft shops. Manufacture of musical instruments and organs. Organ grinder playing.
(56 m) 05. The deutsche Kinderhilfswerk boy stands houses wall. Children play between cars. Playground on crash dump. Gymnastics at backyard carpet rod. Usage of the Spielmobils of the Deutsches kinderhilfswerk in Munich. Children at the craft at Basteltisch. Children's faces, great. Game on grass. Throw the ball. Slipping on beer crates at Slate level. Painting on time wall game bus.
(50 m) 06. Portrait of the German champion of gymnastics Regina Weber Regina Weber ball, ZL. Gym. Sports gymnastics training. Coach Livia Medilanski. Regina Weber when training with tire and thighs. Close-up. International tournament in Wiesbaden. Audience clapping. The female jury. Regina Weber turns with Ribbon and ball.
(59 m) 07-US plot: Plittersdorf (district of Bonn-Bad-Godesberg) little America the Rhine Valley near Bonn. Houses of the American settlement Plittersdorf. Shopping Center for American families. Post Office. Embassy Club on the Rhine River with swimming pool and tennis club. Reception of the Jonathan women club. International American school with 60% American students. Negro children in language laboratory. Ecumenical Church. God service. Sports field with baseball game.
(57 m)

Narration

Persons in the Film

Kohl, Hannelore; Reagan, Ronald; Stoltenberg, Gerhard; Weygand, Hannelore; Genscher, Hans Dietrich; Mitterand, Francois; Thatcher, Margaret; Wörner, Manfred; Medilanski, Livia; Weber, Regina

Places

Berlin; Bonn; Bremen; Food; Hamburg; Karlsruhe; Leverkusen; Lindlar; Munich; Münster; Plittersdorf; Rotterdam; Wiesbaden

Topics

Stadtentwicklung; Sachindex Wochenschauen; Baseball; Border DDR/BRD, borders; Gymnastics; Trade, finance; Craft; Hobby; Industry; cameramen, cameramen; Children; Flags; Leisure, recreation; Pedestrian; Musical events; Photographers; Political events; Portraits; Religious events; Reviews; Schools, training; gliding, flying, free balloon; sports audience, sports spectator; Townscapes: Germany; Holiday; Transport: General; Welfare, aid agencies, care; Anniversaries, Jubilees, birthdays; Sport; Policy; 01 16 mm project; Industrial; 10 finding book Germany mirror

Type

Periodicals (G)

Genre

Monthly Newsreel

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Title:

Deutschlandspiegel 345/1983

Country of Origin:
Federal Republic of Germany

Year of Production and/or Release

Year of Release:
1983
Year of Production:
1983

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