Deutschlandspiegel 346/1983 1983
01 Economic Summit in Williamsburg stock exchange operating in the Hamburg stock exchange with course selections of stockbrokers. Quotes on board. Labour Office in Hamburg. Door opens. Job seekers walk in the courtyard and the building. Summit round of the heads of Government of the Western world in Williamsburg, Virginia. Conference table, in the forefront of Trudeau. Kohl between Genscher and Stoltenberg. Reagan at the Conference table. Group Portrait of Mitterrand, Reagan, also Japanese Prime Minister Yasuhiro Nakasone. Kohl saunters confidentially to Nakasone. Maggi Thatcher. $10 Note sheet. Club and West Bank. Display advertising: The letter of credit. Loading at the port. Siemens-container. Swivel. TRUCK. Storage warehouse with signs of continents, driving record. The Federal Railroad wagons. Lufthansa - transport aircraft.
(64 m) 02 Schwetzingen and his Castle aerial view of Schwetzingen Castle and Castle Gardens. Tourists. Water games. Little girl tagging along behind pigeons. Asparagus in the ground. The asparagus farmers to asparagus fields. Asparagus are washed and cut, sold on the market, served in restaurant. Walk in the palace garden with mosque.
(56 m) 03 noise protection in the Federal Republic of welding on ship's hull. Seamstress sewing machine in sewing room. Aircraft Jet large. Transformer. Tree cutter with Earfl. Test test in anechoic chamber of an occupational health Institute. Young girl as a test person will receive headphones and is connected to the measuring apparatus. Effect of noise exposure is measured. Sound is turned up. Measuring devices give data. Workers on engine test bench with ear protectors. Sound insulation machines. Acoustic cloak over punching machine. Soundproof offices.
(60 m) 04 Hanover: 20 German Protestant Kirchentag teenagers sit on stairs. Crowd at the station and as pedestrians in the streets of the city, mostly young people. Trombone choir plays. Bible study with speaker interview: "It asks me for my faith in your future!" Young people filling picture. We want to shield life. Not die with technology and nuclear bomb. Motorcycle riders. Motorcyclists worship outdoors. Motorcycle riders on their machines filling picture praying the Lord's prayer. Eppler President of the Kirchentag actuality: (final event) "let again stop us again take courage and then turn our face, where we are promised life". Last supper. The purple scarves. Peace song.
(57 m) 05. Frankfurt/Höchst protein from methanol archive see D 306 / 4 industrial park Frankfurt / Höchst. Extraction of protein from methanol in pilot plant. Laboratory reagents. Nutrient solutions are recognised with bacteria. Centrally controlled mass production begins to increase the nutrient solution of up to a certain limit. Complete protein powder. Cookies from methanol protein. Staff at desk eating biscuits.
(37 m) 06. Mönchengladbach: the new Museum terrace garden, in the Museum as a plastic is inserted. Museum rooms with artificial and natural light. Washing blocks by Joseph Beuys in the entrance hall. Painting by pop artist Warhol, Wesselmann and or George Segal. Sculpture by Yves Klein. The Expessionisten garden image by Heinrich Nauen. Visitors walk through the rooms. Suits hanging on brackets on the wall. New realism, the watches by Arman. Movements hang side by side. Father with patchwork jacket with his wife and daughter as a viewer. Mobile turns. Mirror reflex wall. Advertisement: Hamburg savings bank - afri cola - Stiebel Eltron - Mannheim - BIC BIC BIC (54 m) 07 Gelsenkirchen: Schalke 04 - 1:2 - HSV HSV is German Champion Schalke flags are waved. Clap screen. Game scenes. Offensive game of HSV. On coach Bank Ernst Happel. Jimmy Hartwig on the ball, flank on Harding, heads close to the misses. Shortly after Touchline Kaltz to Harding. Headed goal 1: jump 0 spectators. Jubilation. Shortly after Schalke counter. Offside trap of the HSV works too late. Compensation Tor 1:1 by Wuttke.
2. Halftime: Felix Magath takes the ball from midfield to forward, shoots Rollfs, scoring 2:1 Harding enters the door and shoots with ball with joy. The HSV is again German champion. Cheers after the game. Players are umdrängt. Manfred Kaltz, Jimmy Hartwig, Rollfs, Hrubesch. Master Cup is held up by Jacob. Ulli Stein with the Championship trophy with victory lap.
(61 m) 08 Heidelberg: US Professor at a German University old Neckar bridge in Heidelberg. Young people at sidewalk cafe. The US Professor David j. North LOH enters Institute of English studies of the University, and taught in seminar on Hemingway. Student with A farewell to arms Hemingway paperback. David North lane at lecture actuality.
Conversation with students. Northern LOH and his family (wife and 2 kids). Walk through Heidelberg with family. David j. North LOH is the joy to live expression, in Germany, original sound.
Persons in the Film
Eppler, Erhard; Kohl, Hannelore; Reagan, Ronald; Stoltenberg, Gerhard; Genscher, Hans Dietrich; Mitterand, Francois; Nakasone, Yasuhiro; Nordloh, David J.; Thatcher, Margaret; Trudeau, Pierre Elliot; Happel, Ernst; Hartwig, Jimmy; Hrubesch, Horst; Jakobs; Kaltz, Manfred; Magath, Felix; Rolffs; Stein, Uli; Wuttke
Stadtentwicklung; Arbeitsschutz; Kunstausstellung; Economy; Sachindex Wochenschauen; Banking, banking; Stock Exchange; Railways; Trade, finance; Higher education; Children; Harvest; Research; Football; Pedestrian; Political events; Aerospace; Advertising; Religious events; Shipping; Spoprt-Ehrungen; sports audience, sports spectator; Townscapes: Germany; Animals (except dogs); environmental protection, pollution; Buildings; automotive engineering, automotive; Art; People; Transport: General; Water; Science; peace movement; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen; Jobs; aerial photographs; Unemployment, unemployment; Gastronomy; Sport; 01 16 mm project; Sports honors; 10 finding book Germany mirror
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