Deutschlandspiegel 416/1989 1989

Synopsis

01 Federal and countries Bonn "Langer Eugen", Federal building, Government District, driveway Chancellery in Düsseldorf. Pedestrians on the Kö. The country's Parliament. Stairs. Congressman greeted colleagues with handshake. Heinz Hilgers, Member of the SPD Regional Assembly group o-ton: "the Federal States have its own Parliament, its own Government and an own Constitution. You have skills in the field of research and science, justice and police, cultural and education policy."
Map Federal Republic of Germany with 11 countries. Coat of arms. Label: Han. Sign Dormagen, home and constituency of the Parliament of the city. Heinz Hilgers at meeting of the City Council as a public speaker on the subject of comprehensive school, o-ton: "education policy in the Federal Republic of Germany is thing of the individual federal States. The provincial assemblies choose the laws and cities and communities fill out as school boards. We deem the comprehensive school in North Rhine-Westphalia a good alternative to the conventional school system."
The House of representatives (Langer Eugen) on the Rhine River. Heinz Günther Hüsch member of the CDU, and a member of the German Bundestag actuality: "decisions on laws of national importance are In the Bundestag. The guidelines of the foreign policy, defence or protection of the environment or other reform projects of particular national importance are."
Hallinan as a member in the Chamber. Heinz Günther Hüsch actuality to health-care reform: "it was the law, I had not agreed to as a member of the Government coalition still in place. "Because according to the Constitution, any law must pass the Bundesrat."
Figure Federal Council. Heinz Günther Hüsch actuality: "means to be able to select more: democracy is alive." By the election to the Bundestag and the State legislature the citizens take a stronger influence on the policy."
Flags.
(134 m) 02. Mega chips Munich - new Perlach: Research Center Siemens entrance to the research site of the electronic industry. The 4-mega-bit chip, tiny. Dr. Hans Friederich, head of the mega-project production sound. Images from the production. Yellow-light room. Workers in protective suits. Projection, automation.
(61 m) 03 town Goslar forest landscape of the Harz mountains. With Imperial Palace of Goslar. Aerial view of Goslar. Marketplace. Imperial Eagle. Treasures. Old town with half-timbered houses. Empire decorated Gables of houses. Birthplace of Hans Siemens.
(60 m) 04. training for D2 - astronaut training spaceship launches from Cape Canaveral. Astronauts in space laboratory on the flight.
Köln: Deutsche Forschungsanstalt für Luft - und Raumfahrt. Parabolic antenna.
Swivel on buildings. Training Centre for astronaut candidates.
Running on tape. Turn on swivel chairs, jumping on a trampoline. Centrifuge test. Ulf Merbold depicts o-ton training schedules. Spacelab Simulator. An astronaut candidate in the simulator tests.
(76 m) 05. Munich: Football Bayern Munich - Werder Bremen 0-0 Bayern audience with red-and white flags. Spielscenen. Goalkeeper defense. Oliver Reck ZL shots of the game. Total viewers.
Advertisement: Afri cola, Samsung, Casio, Fuji Film, Aral always on the ball.
(51 m)

Narration

Persons in the Film

Friedrich, Hans; Hilgers, Heinz; Hüsch, Heinz Günther; Merbold, Ulf; Siemens von, Werner; Reck, Oliver

Places

Bonn; Cape Canaveral; Düsseldorf; Frankfurt; Goslar; Cologne; Monheim, Germany/Düsseldorf; Munich

Topics

Goslar; Siemens; Föderalismus; Sachindex Wochenschauen; Research; Football; Political events; Rockets; Aerospace; Sports details, fouls; sports audience, sports spectator; Townscapes: Germany; Science; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen; Jobs; 01 16 mm project; 10 finding book Germany mirror

Type

Periodicals (G)

Genre

Monthly Newsreel

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Title:

Deutschlandspiegel 416/1989

Country of Origin:
Federal Republic of Germany

Year of Production and/or Release

Year of Release:
1989
Year of Production:
1989

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