Deutschlandspiegel 379/1986 1986


01 Hamburg: cabaret bars of Hamburg in the evening. Young people go River Casemates into Jazz cellar. Singer sings great. Jazz band plays. Drummer, saxophonist, pianist. Young guests, great. Young man catches cigarette. Young people, great. Dancer on the stage of the theatre of the monsoon.
(61 m) 02 Bonn: from the everyday life of an MEP - Dieter Weirich, CDU breakfast in the morning at 7: 00 with wife in Bonn apartment. Reading a newspaper at the breakfast table. Scotchterrier sits on the floor with the ball. Both drive BMW to the workplace. Federal House. Dieter Weirich in his Office schedule will discuss with Secretary. Clock shows 9: 00. A member enters in the House upon arrival in list. Meeting of the Home Affairs Committee. Weirich as the representative of the CDU in the Committee in an interview. Weirich comes down stairs and reads notice. Bundestag session.
Weirich is composed. The Government bank with Helmut Kohl and Norbert Blüm. Weirich in conversation with Mr. In his electoral district in Northern Hesse, Weirich speaks interview in local: "I believe that elections are always a question of the Zeitgeist... Media, characterized by the intelligentsia, shaped by science, all have contributed to finding mood".
Tapping of venison barrel. Weirich prostet with beer glass. Weirich is late coming home. Scotchterrier waiting at the door. Wife welcomes him. Conversation.
(90 m) 03 Zeiss space cameras Oberkochen in the South West of Germany, since the 2nd World War the company Zeiss. In the Foyer aerial photographs. Scientists in protective clothing in calculation of high-precision optics. Extremely accurate mechanics in the production of lenses. Telescope. Building a space camera. Photo Ulf Merbold, German scientist-astronaut. Photos of the space camera. Computerized evaluation devices.
(55 m) 04. The Marksburg Castle near Koblenz the Marksburg Castle for 800 years untouched. Pedestrians walk up on rough rider stairs to the Castle. Medieval inventory and tool in the Castle. Equipment, furniture, looms like hundreds of years ago. The Marksburg Castle as seat of the German Castle Association. Managing Director sifts through the writings of the burgenkundlichen library. Armor, weapons. Long shot of the Castle.
(46 m) 05. company flags patch flags and pennants flag ship. Winner holds up trophy. Olympic flag is hoisted.
Business banner spot on the Burstah since 1882. cups. Badge. Seller in the conversation with customers. Senior Chief Heinz Fleck advice. Choosing fabric for Lufthansa flight attendants. Production space. Cutting and sewing Fabrics. Flags emblem cut out. Hand embroiderer in the embroidery of characters. Embroidery machines embroidery badges, controlled by punched tape. Emblems are in machine.
(47 m) 06. Frankfurt: soccer - match Germany - Brazil 2-0 game. Germany storms. Corner for Germany. Spectators close to half. In the 2nd minute, scoring 1: hug 0 player. Flags are waved. ZL shots of the game before the goal. Heads. Ball is in the goal. Tor is not recognised due to foul. Again, another German gate is not recognized. Brazilian audience with flags. Brazil storms. Risk of the German goal. German counterattack. Mill is placed. Casagrande takes the yellow card. ZL taking pictures in front of the German goal.
Schumacher holds. Shot on goal 2:0 for Germany shortly before the end of the game. Brazilian radio announcer. Players go from the square.
Advertisement at the gang: Duscholux - Clausthal - drinking 10 - high C - vodka Gorbachev - Berentzen Appel - natural gas heater - Buxerus - Becks - Agfa - Bauhaus.
(70 m) 07 US story Berlin: United States on tourism Exchange young woman with straw hat and Band America catch the sports brochure reads. City in Allgäu, Bavaria, Swabia with costumes. Bag containing visit you the United States. Middle Eastern tea ceremony. China. Singapore substances, Berlin. United States stand with Indian relics, Texas photos. The american way of life. Hollywood show wall. Mickeymouse. Pan am. Brochures are bagged.
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Merbold, Ulf ; Weirich, Dieter ; Casagrande ; Mill, Frank ; Schumacher, Toni


Berlin ; Bonn ; Eckernförde ; Frankfurt ; Hamburg ; Koblenz ; Mark Castle ; Northern Hesse ; Oberkochen


Messe Berlin ; Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Libraries ; Books ; Trade, finance ; Hobby ; Industry ; cameramen, cameramen ; Flags ; Leisure, recreation ; Football ; Musical events ; Photographers ; Political events ; Smoking ; Advertising ; Sports details, fouls ; sports audience, sports spectator ; Townscapes: Germany ; Dance ; Technology ; Animals (except dogs) ; Buildings ; parts of the body: eyes, noses, mouths, ears, beard, hands, legs ; People ; Holiday ; aerial photographs ; Exhibitions ; Gastronomy ; Sport ; Policy ; 01 16 mm project ; Industrial ; Technology ; 10 finding book Germany mirror


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175th anniversary of the founding of Carl Zeiss Jena (November 19, 1846)

The world-renowned optics group ZEISS, celebrates its 175th anniversary on November 19.

It was on this day in 1846, that company founder Carl Zeiss received the license for his newly opened workshop for optical and precision instruments in Jena.

Soon he began to specialize in the manufacturing of microscopes, which he wanted to develop further with the help of scientific research. And so in 1866, he began collaboration with the physicist Ernst Abbe, who created the first theoretical foundations of microscopy and became a partner in 1876. In order to improve their apparatus by using new optics made of special optical glass, Zeiss and Abbe brought the chemist Otto Schott to Thuringia in the 1880s and set up a glass technology laboratory with him, which later became the Jena glassworks Schott & Genossen. Thanks to this constellation novel and high-quality products emerged, ensuring the rapid growth of the company that soon had its own plant.

Demand for Zeiss products soon exceeded the regional market, and thus branches were opened around the world from the end of the 19th century. However, they had to be closed again at the start of the First World War. After the Zeiss Company shifted its focus to the manufacturing of optical devices for military use during the war years, it succeeded in returning to the world markets during the Weimar Republic. During the Nazi period, the company was increasingly restricted to a national market, and production of precision instruments for the military once again became a priority.

After the end of World War II, Zeiss was re-established in Oberkochen, Württemberg, by personnel deported by the US Americans. After being dismantled by the USSR, the plant in Jena is literally rebuilt from scratch by the remaining "Zeissians", nationalized in 1948 and transformed into one of the largest combines in the GDR. With the fall of the Berlin Wall, the two companies, which had previously engaged in fierce disputes over trademarks, were reunited in a difficult process and transformed into a globally operating stock corporation in 2004. The owner of today's holding company - as well as Schott AG - is the Carl Zeiss Foundation, which had been set up by Ernst Abbe after Zeiss' death.

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