Deutschlandspiegel 348/1983 1983
01 camping tourism in Germany (see D 288 / 2) campgrounds on the sea and in southern Germany. Caravan stand side by side. Car license plates from all over the world. Construction of tents. Cow, that's great. Cows in the meadow. Grilling in the open air. Red-haired girl face, great. Boat is allowed to water. Tourists in inflatable boats, sailing and surfing.
Children's Party at the campsite. Colorful balloons are highly approved. Man and woman in the game of chess with large figures. Mini golf. Skat game in the green. Night on the camping area. Sing. Young couple kisses.
(50 m) 02 Siemensstadt Berlin entrance siemensdamm. People come from the entrance. Car traffic. Man with helmet on the way to work. Building of Siemensstadt. Backyard workshop, in which Werner von Siemens 1870 laid the foundation stone for his global company. Photos of Werner von Siemens, and from the history of the plant. Factory Hall. Tube production. Grocery stores. Apartments, small houses for Werksangehörige. Construction of pylons, cable reels of televisions, medical grounds, computer. Employees leave work at work.
(66 m) 03. participation of the Federal Republic in the United Nations United Nations building in New York.
Review: Accession of the two German States in the UN. Hoisting of the flag and display on the display panel. Foreign Minister Scheel speaks interview before the United Nations. Foreign Ministers Genscher at the lectern. Cityscape Bonn.
Signs at home: UN Verlag - UNICEF - German society for the United Nations - German Foundation for United Nations refugee aid. File shelves. Photos of the misery of the 3rd world are considered. Small thin starved black children hand is white. Brochures will be sent. Seminar. Film screening of the misery of the 3rd world. UNICEF stand on road. Information material. UNICEF of balloons.
Visit of the UN of Secretary General Perez de Cuellas in Bonn in addition to Helmut Kohl, great. Photographers. Press Conference. De Cuellas in Berlin, enlists in the guestbook of the city. The couple von Weizsäcker, great. United Nations General Assembly.
(95 m) 04 Munich Film Festival movie posters including Konrad in the Tin.
Chairs and tables outside on the street with guests. Pedestrian. Young woman with a ponytail. Scrum in cinema foyer. Scenes of the Bavaria film studios. Coalmine of the 19th century. DAS U-boot from the film "Das Boot". Amateur film maker film movie scene. Flap is beaten. Working meeting of filmmakers in the Kunsthaus with film screening.
(54 m) 05. The Federal geophysical landscape of the Upper Palatinate seen. In forest, 2 men take soil samples that they analyze in mobile laboratory. The Federal Institute for geo sciences and natural resources in Hanover, Germany. Laboratory research with soil samples from across the country. Microscopic data. Print a geophysical Atlas of the Federal Republic. Farmer plowing. Cows graze, whale Street.
(57 m) 06. athletes from the 3rd world in the Federal Republic of African sports instructors and teachers complete training course in Germany. Relaxation exercises. Theory lessons. Threshold training. Strength training in sports medicine clinic. Hurdle race car tires. Hurdle training of athletes of ZL.
(54 m) 07-US plot: US tourists on the Rhine the Rhine. A group of American tourists from bus rises in Rüdesheim. Tourists in the Drosselgasse Street. Street musicians play. Rhine steamer trip. Passing the Binger Loch and the Loreley rock. Taking photos of the ship. Tourists are leaving the ship. Walk along the Rhine River. Interview: Interview: 'What did you impress most?' Tour of wine cellars, wine tasting.
Persons in the Film
Kohl, Hannelore ; Scheel, Walter ; Weizsäcker von, Richard ; Cuellas de, Perez ; Genscher, Hans Dietrich ; Siemens von, Werner
Berlin ; Bonn ; Food ; Hamburg ; Hanover ; Munich ; New York ; Upper Palatinate ; Rhine ; Rüdesheim ; Schleswig
Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Books ; Hands ; Hobby ; Industry ; Interviews ; cameramen, cameramen ; development aid ; filmmaking ; Research ; Leisure, recreation ; Pedestrian ; Medals, awards, honors ; Photographers ; Reviews ; Shipping ; State visits (inside) ; Townscapes: Germany ; Animals (except dogs) ; UN ; Buildings ; maps ; Landscapes ; Holiday ; Transport: General ; Livestock, livestock ; Water ; Science ; Jobs ; Gastronomy ; Sport ; 01 16 mm project ; Industrial ; 10 finding book Germany mirror
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Werner von Siemens’s 130th Death Anniversary († December 6, 1892)
The visionary inventor and entrepreneur Werner von Siemens played a major role in shaping the development of the electrical goods industry.
Born in Lenthe near Hanover in 1816, he initially completed a three-year technical training course as an artillery officer and served in the Prussian army until 1849.
In the meantime, he came up with crucial improvements to the pointer telegraph, which would eventually become the cornerstone of the telegraph construction company "Telegraphen-Bauanstalt von Siemens & Halske," that he and the precision mechanic Johann Georg Halske co-founded in Berlin in 1847.
With the worldwide expansion of the telegraph network, the workshop—originally operating out of a rear building—quickly developed into an international company and one of the largest electrical firms at the time. After the passionate researcher discovered the dynamo-electric principle in 1866 he constructed the dynamo machine, the forerunner of modern large generators. This became the prerequisite for the cost-effective production of electricity and its use in all areas of life. Siemens & Halske's innovations continued to develop new areas of application—from passenger elevators and lighting systems to streetcars and subways.
In addition, Siemens was also dedicated to social, economic and socio-political issues. A supporter of the German national movement, he served in the Prussian parliament from 1862 to 1866 as a member of the liberal German Progress Party. Inspired by social reform ideas, he introduced a pension, widows' and orphans' fund, company medical care and shorter working hours at an early stage in his steadily growing company. Siemens also advocated the reform of patent law, co-founded the Electro-technical Association and was involved in the establishment of a major research institute for physics and technology.
In 1890, he finally retired from the operating business, handing over the baton to a younger brother and two sons. Werner von Siemens died in Berlin two years later.