Deutschlandspiegel 411/1988 1988

Synopsis

01. back to Germany - Friedland: the first stop for immigrants Friedland total. Transformer. Grenzdurchgangslager. Bus. Immigrants from Poland, Romania and the Soviet Union go to camp. Painting of Empress Maria Theresa. Card trick: Arrow pointing from Transylvania. Paintings of the Russian Empress Catherine II card trick: arrow points to Russian regions East of the Volga. Ethnic family table in the camp between cots. Mrs actuality.
People pack the bags and pockets. Outlander actuality: "Why you come to Germany?" "Because I'm German. I came here after my mother tongue and wants to live here until the end, for life. Also because of the children. I want, the children heard also Germans, to their mother tongue, German."
Stock images. Ethnic children. Soviet passport. People in the queues. Laughing boy. Children get ice. Registration. Money issue. Children play on the playground before houses. Woman original sound in the living room: "we must first learn German." And because - job search."
Language course with headphones original sound. Young people go to professional craft.
(92 m) 02. Heidelberg the River up international visitors in the courtyard of Heidelberg. Young woman photographed. Africans has before itself baby in cloth. The Castle part settings. Swivel Neckar and Neckar bridge. Neckar steamer runs. Castles. Bad Wimpfen. Timber-frame houses.
Heilbronn: St. Kilian Church (1519). Town Hall with a clock that displays the days of week and months. Hourglass figure. Burg Liebenstein. Empire decorated Gable. Sculptures. Neckardamper.
(66 m) 03. Göttingen: heart attack - blood lipid linen Erich Meinl, metabolism patient's fight between pedestrians on road. Medical equipment in space. The artificial liver, the medical device company Braun which washes out blood fat. Total clinic. Patient is connected to in bed. Large scale test in 9 hospitals. Cholesterol is filtered out. Display on monitor. Fat bubbles in blood. Spinning apparatus. Professor Dietrich Seidel, University Clinic Göttingen, o-ton: "I see the method at the moment only in such patients for displays, where the relationship between the disorder of fat metabolism and the early development of the coronal heart disease is secured, i.e. the patients must have high fat levels that otherwise do not treat. "We can in some cases concrete Coronal artery disease, after a treatment period of about two years with a - zweiwöchigem interval."
X-ray images.
Hans Hansen speaks with patient Erich Meinl: "today I have power again, now I can work in the garden, I can walking make long, strenuous walks. I'm fine so, that I am actually entered into a new life."
(68 m) 04 Düsseldorf: Kö fixed bridge railing. Band plays. Serving. Passers-by sing along. Child moves to a small horse-drawn carriage. 3 men go on penny farthing. Road sign Königsallee. People clap. SOAP bubbles. Balloon rises. Bar magic. Crowd.
(40 m) 05. Munich: football World Cup qualifying match Germany Netherlands 0 0 spectators filling picture. Display board: Welcome Welcome to the World Cup qualifier BR Germany Netherlands at the Munich Olympic Stadium. National anthems. Flag waving. Game scenes. German shot close to the misses. Dutch counterattack. Fan group from the Netherlands. Painted faces. Berthold on the ball of Olaf Thon runs forward. Ball flies high, ZL. Display on Panel 0:0 ad: high c Bauhaus - Atari - natural gas - Buderus - Agfa - Obi - Becks beer - Criss - Panasonic.
(52 m) 06 Christmas in Germany roads in the Christmas decorations. Pedestrians in the Christmas shopping. Trumpeter blowing Christmas song. Christmas displays in shops. Christmas market with carousel. Christmas tree shopping. Family decorates the Christmas tree. Candles are infected. Little girl sings a Christmas song o-ton: "go on the door, that I do not erfriere Kling bells, go tingalingaling/ring, Kling bells Kling."
Unpacking the gifts. Child unwraps doll. Rural Christmas traditions. Children move from House to House as the three kings and biblical texts speak o-ton: "Kasper, Melchior, and Balthasar wish you a happy year.
Mountain church. Farmers in costumes to go to church. Worship with candles. Boys Choir sings "Silent night, Holy night." (See D 327/6, your own text)
(68 m) 07 US story: German American day Washington: the White House. Ronald reagents speaks and reminds of a memorable date in the history of German-American. The sail training ship Gorch Fock on the Delaware.
Black and white: Pictures of German immigrants in America on ships on arrival. Founding of the town of Germantown, famous German: Carl Schurz, Minister of the Interior and General in the civil war. Baron von Steuben. George Bush Welcomes the contribution of German immigrants in the development of America. As a listener: Helmut Kohl and wife, Jochen Vogel.
American tourists in Germany. Rhine steamer. Americans actuality: "The Green, the mountains, the castles, so I thought it would." "150 years ago my ancestors immigrated to America. Here everything is, how I expected it."
Professor David Heeschen, radio astronomer, researching actuality with German colleagues in Germany: "I want to find out whether the galaxies and Quassare send out really extremely short radio waves in space. The here standing telescope is the only one in the world that is good for such investigations."
Large radio telescope.
American companies in Germany: Flohr-Otis - Bank of America - Ford - Hewlett Packard, computer company in Böblingen. Skilled workers at work. Facade of the ERNO space travel company in Bremen. Laboratory Spacelab in manufacturing.
German-American Volksfest. Equestrian Games. Rodeo on Bulls. Reagents and Nancy reagents as a visitor. Ronald reagents speaks interview at the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin. Helmut Kohl sits next to him. Nancy reagents and Hannelore Kohl clap. O-ton: "Mr. Gorbatschow - open this gate!"
(105 m)

Narration

Persons in the Film

Hansen, Hans ; Kohl, Hannelore ; Reagan, Ronald ; Schurz, Carl ; Bush, George ; Heeschen, David ; Katharina II. von Russland ; Maria Theresia von Österreich ; Meinl, Erich ; Seidel, Dietrich ; Steuben von, Friedrich Wilhelm ; Vogel, Jochen ; Thon, Olaf ; Berthold

Places

America ; Bad Wimpfen ; Berlin ; Castle Eltz ; Düsseldorf ; Friedland ; Göttingen ; Heidelberg ; Heilbronn ; Munich ; Nuremberg ; Rhine ; Stuttgart ; United States ; Washington ; Wedel

Topics

Heidelberg ; Sachindex Wochenschauen ; gambling ; Trade, finance ; Returnees, evacuees, Outlander ; Hobby ; Research ; Leisure, recreation ; Football ; Shipping ; Schools, training ; sports audience, sports spectator ; Townscapes: Germany ; Buildings ; Medicine ; Holiday ; veterinary medicine ; festivals ; Christmas ; Science ; Foreigners ; Emigrants ; Health/Medicine (disease, prophylaxis, therapy) ; Ausstellung ; 01 16 mm project ; 10 finding book Germany mirror

Type

Periodicals (G)

Genre

Monthly Newsreel

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Deutschlandspiegel 411/1988

Country of Origin:
Federal Republic of Germany

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1988
Year of Production:
1988

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Gorbatchev’s 90th Birthday (* March 2, 1931)

Gorbatchev is only 54 years old when he takes over the leadership of the rather geriatric central committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union. His Glasnost and Perestroika policies make him famous the world over. By opening up systematically to the population and by setting in motion a radical political and economic transformation, Gorbachev subjected the crisis-ridden Soviet Union to a fundamental reform process.

He also pursues a strategy of "new thinking" in his foreign policy. He withdraws Soviet troops from Afghanistan, thereby ending a war that has been going on since 1979. He negotiates nuclear disarmament agreements with the United States and arranges a rapprochement between the two great powers. He abandons the Brezhnev Doctrine and grants full sovereignty to Warsaw Pact member states - a move that leads to nonviolent revolutions in most Eastern Bloc countries within months and sets the stage for German reunification.

Abroad he is celebrated as a hero for his role in ending the Cold War and awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1990, but at home opposition grows.

Although the attempted coup failed in August 1991, Gorbachev was effectively deprived of power. When he resigns a few months after the official dissolution of the USSR, the red flag over the Kremlin is taken down forever. To this day he is reviled in his homeland as a "traitor" and as a gravedigger of the Soviet empire.

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