Deutschlandspiegel 418/1989 1989
01 food: Theatre new building - Aalto - Musiktheater Theatre rock ballet "Empty spaces - empty spaces" rehearsing new music theatre. Choreographer Heidrun Schwaarz. Stage from above. Staircase. Stagecraft. Pan theater.
(50 m) 02. NATO Summit in Brussels Atomium and Brussels cityscape. NATO flags. Car drive. Cameramen. Arrival of German Chancellor Kohl to the NATO Summit. Kohl in conversation with Genscher. Cabbage o-ton: "I'm good mood". In Conference Room among others Margaret Thatcher. NATO Secretary General Manfred Wörner speaks o-ton: "... more freedom, less weapons" US President George Bush interview: "A reduced military presence, when combined with a less threatening Soviet presence in Europe, can create a stronger basis for commitment in Europe over the long hold. "America is and will remain a European power."
Helmut Kohl interview: "I think ahead of us a great opportunity to rapidly advance the conventional disarmament in Europe."
(134m (2 and 2a)) a. US President George Bush in the US flag Federal Republic of Germany and German flag. Villa Hammerschmidt. Richard von Weizsäcker greeted Bush with military honors. Marines of the stand. Bush in the interview with Jochen Vogel, SPD. Hannelore Kohl in addition to Mrs. Bush. Cameramen. Kohl and Bush talking about the extension of the youth exchange. Young people talk about their impressions in the United States. Speeches in front of predominantly young people.
German Chancellor Helmut Kohl actuality: "Mr President, 40 years after the end of the second world war, Europe is still a divided continent, our German Fatherland always still a divided country." Now, it emerges opportunities to realise a Europe in freedom. How a United Europe only in freedom can occur, so it is only conceivable as a close friend and partner of the United States of America."
US President George Bush interview English (translation) "Europe free and undivided? In any other place, the division between East and West is more visible than in Berlin. There, a brutal wall separates neighbors and brothers. The wall stands for the failure of communism. She must fall. Brings to the East Berlin glasnost"
Berlin wall. The Rhine with Kohl, Bush and women. Rhine castles.
(134m (2 and 2a)) 03 apprentices looking for open day in a Hamburg-based training center. Construction and paving work will be carried out. Files. Girl on lathe. Vocational school. Joiner's works. Woodworking. Young girl and young people to career plans production sound.
(60 m) 04. The Fuggerei in Augsburg opens gate in front of houses settlement. Old people from small houses. Wife goes to the floor. Woman left at home. Man pouring plants. Church. Old woman at window.
Forest of the Foundation.
Trees are beaten. People in the conversation. 3 men on base. Gate in front of the world's oldest internally displaced closes in the evening, in order to protect the peace of this place.
(51 m) 05. Harburg: Schützensport protect procession with horse-drawn carriage. Schützen/innen shooting at birds. Finger on trigger. Master will be honored.
(38 m) 06 Baumschulen in Schleswig-Holstein rose in greenhouse. Tillage-free plants. Seedlings in greenhouses. Gardener edit fields. Rose fields. Office for unit. Computer processing. Loading of plants. Aircraft is loaded. LH plane takes off.
Persons in the Film
Schütze ; Baumschule ; Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Federal ; Bundeswehr ; Craft ; cameramen, cameramen ; Education, youth ; Flags ; Plants ; Photographers ; Aerospace ; Shooting ; Shipping ; State visits (inside) ; Townscapes: Germany ; Townscapes: Europe ; Dance ; Buildings ; festivals ; civil service ; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen ; NATO ; Lehrlinge ; Theater (auch Musiktheater, Oper, Operette) ; State visit ; 01 16 mm project ; 10 finding book Germany mirror
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