Deutschlandspiegel 413/1989 1989
01 Airbus A 320 Airbus A 320 flight. Factory Hall. Assembly. Hull parts. Riveting machine. Workers installing electrical and hydraulic systems. Tail end is attached. A 320 in the landing approach and landing in Hamburg. Installation of air conditioning and luggage racks, toilets, seats, dashboard instruments. Models of the Airbus A 300, A 310, A 320, A 340 flight A 320 (71 m) 02. Berlin: European film award Gina Lollobrigida's arrival. People crowd. Cinema displays. Berlin culture Senator Volker Hassemann actuality: "there is thinking about every reason why and that the superiority of American films in our cinemas is so great." But you must not only think, but you must also be. And you have to show how diverse, as rich, as also by the protagonists of extraordinary attractive is the European film. This is the best way, to increase the share of our films in our cinemas."
Car driving before. Car blow opens. Arrival of the guests. Transparent: 1st European film prize. Joan Collins on the lectern actuality. Applause. The film awards to filmmakers. Various award winners. Wim Wenders gets film award for his film: the sky over Berlin. Tribute to Ingmar Bergman. Nastasja Kinski presented the prize and embraces him. On the official Mayor Eberhard Diepgen and wife. The winners on the stage.
(60 m) 03 portrait black-and-white NATO Secretary-General Manfred Wörner: NATO meeting in Paris. in 1955, the Federal Republic of Germany is a NATO member. Raising the German flag.
Colour: NATO maneuvers. Drive tanks. Plane taking off. Navy. Large tank runs through town. Winter maneuvers in the snow. NATO Headquarters Brussels. Manfred Wörner gets out of car. The German Bundestag. The Federal Cabinet with the Federal Minister of defence of Manfred Wörner.
Black and white: Manfred Wörner as pilot and officer of the U.S. air force. Color: Manfred Wörner in the Office of the Dutch General Heezen with Secretary o-ton: "first of all I am, to stand as the first German at the top of this largest and by Alliance of in world history. There is a reflection of the fact that the Federal Republic of Germany made a major defense post and Alliance contribution - so you just thought it was time that is now a German taking over this responsibility for the Alliance."
Offensive to disarm by Gorbachev: "this is certainly a step in the right direction. We are unable to attack. The goal of our efforts and our proposals is now in conventional arms control negotiations so far to come, that he loses this ability, so that we have a landscape of stability with fewer weapons on both sides." NATO emblem. International flags.
Maulbronn (see D 377/1) (83 m) 04 monastery Maulbronn in Würtemberg with half-timbered houses. Fountain. Monastery Maulbronn. Fountain House. From mouth of figure running well water. Boarding students in the former Cistercian Monastery. The Maulbronn cross representing Christ at the moment of death. Boarding students at House music. Flute, harpsichord. The monastery in the snow.
(59 m) 05. ADAC-safety training tires slalom ride. Safety training for drivers on traffic exercise place. Driving around cones. Course leader Werner Sangode speaks with participants and exercises moves forward. Braking and swerving statement Werner Sangode: "Participation in the safety training to the motorists in theory help to prepare for hazardous situations and to be able to cope with dangers on the road in practice within the fahpraktischen exercises, better."
Exercise rides. Audi driving around cones. Brake. Slalom driving on the road. Cornering. Spin, dodging hand signs. Wheel brakes.
(49 m) 06. Claudia Leisner - German Championships in figure skating in Berlin Claudia Leisner and coach. Training run. Jumps. Kürlauf in the German Championship. Applause. Award ceremony. Advertisement: Verpoorten - Jägermeister - Leonberger Bausparkasse - Siemens.
(51 m) 07 US MOM power mother playing with children. Doll size. Rauhaardackel. Konni Valentine works in advertising and says goodbye to the children. Dr. Bianca Hoffmann, doctor, hospital bed by patient. Karen Gessa, HR, outlines measures to the maternity protection actuality: "the State pays DM 25 per day for the 3 1/2 months of the nut protection period. The employer must bear the rest however. This may be a great deal, depending on what's coming to the employee a fairly high cost factor. On the other hand education can make the employee then 12 months."
Children playing. Social service of Catholic women in Hamburg. Young woman in Mütterberatungsstellle. Statement II Karen Gessat: "well... everything has two sides. As a representative and a representative of the employer, I'm not thrilled. As a woman I find it super against it".
Persons in the Film
Lollobrigida, Gina ; Bergmann, Ingmar ; Collins, Joan ; Diepgen, Eberhard ; Gessat, Karen ; Hassemann, Volker ; Heezen ; Hoffmann, Bianca ; Kinsky, Nastasja ; Spließ, Werner ; Valentin, Konni ; Wenders, Wim ; Wörner, Manfred ; Leisner, Claudia
Eiskunstlauf ; Filmpreis ; ADAC ; Flugzeug ; Policy ; Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Honors ; Ice skating ; Children ; Flags ; filmmaking ; aircraft ; Women, mothers ; Portraits ; Aerospace ; Advertising ; Spoprt-Ehrungen ; Animals (except dogs) ; Buildings ; automotive engineering, automotive ; Maneuver ; Welfare, aid agencies, care ; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen ; NATO ; Jobs ; Kloster ; 01 16 mm project ; Sports honors ; 10 finding book Germany mirror
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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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