01 Berlin: Future parliamentary and Government seat of German Bundestag Bonn. Federal House. The banks of the Rhine. Rhine freighters on the stream. Street Café, market square. Sw review: de Gaulle in Bonn review color: Elizabeth II and Philip on Rhine steamer Gorbachev in Bonn square. Flags in front of Federal House. Large Federal Eagle. Parliamentary debate on the question of capital. Willy Brandt actuality: "Germany is not the East from the West, but it becomes the new centre of Europe. Berlin is good."
Helmut Kohl actuality: "also this Europe must be a Europe to say that once again, that is more than a Europe of the twelve today. This is the reason why I think that Berlin is a good location, and that's why I'm voting for Berlin." Clapping. Free vote.
Rita Süssmuth actuality: "the tension is huge, and I will post the result now: for the application completion unit of in Germany, Berlin application: 337 votes, abstentions 2." Applause. Berlin: Memorial Church. Reichstag the German people. Sw review: ruins Reichstag ruins Berlin blockade, airlift, 1953: popular uprising in East Berlin. Construction of the wall. The face at the border. John F. Kennedy in Berlin. Jubilation. Recorded interview: ' as a free man, I take pride in the words: I am a Berliner. "
Cannes Film Festival with stars. Student demonstrations against the war in Viet Nam. Review of color: Council building. Figure in front of Allied Control Council building. Signing four power agreement. Abrassimow o-ton: "ends well, anything good."
Fall of the wall. The Brandenburg Gate. Reichstag building. The 1st all-German Parliament sits in the hemicycle of the Reichstag building. International flags. Transformer to the font the German people. German flag before the Reichstag.
Windmill spins (147 m) 02 power from the wind. Rotor blades of wind motorcycle rotate. Wind farm on the North Sea coast with 35 wind turbines. Cityscape Husum. Shipyard. Fabrication of pipe towers for wind turbines in the shipyard. Production hall. Generator. Braking device. Rotor hub as a link between the rotor blades and generator. Removal.
(55 m) 03 Aachen: Charlemagne Prize for Vaclav Havel Festival. Band plays. Cycle ball demonstration. Emil Zatopek is signing autographs. Appearance of the Czech pantomime Milan Sladek: tribute to Vaclav Havel in the Krönungssal of Aachen's Town Hall. Close-up of Václav Havel. Awarding of the Charlemagne Prize.
The French President Mitterand holds the Laudatio actuality: (translation) "Vaclav Havel-Mann of courage and truth. In Word and deed, you have led an exemplary struggle for human dignity. Through this fight your country has won back the freedom."
Retrospective: Mass demonstration in Prague with Vaclav Havel. Vaclav Havel actuality: (translation) "before 36 years said at this point Winston Churchill, as he accepted the Charlemagne Prize: Czechoslovakia will regain the freedom, and Germany is reunited.-I am the first prize winner, who has the luck to be able to call out here: Winston Churchill, Czechoslovakia is free and United Germany."
(67 m) 04 Lübeck: repatriation of archival material cityscape Lübeck. Obertrave, part balloon. Boxes of archival material will be unpacked. Treasures from the time of the Hanseatic League. Return of documents from the Soviet Union. In the German Federal Archives Koblenz return of archival documents to the Soviet Union. Scriptures and treasures of the former Hanseatic town Reval are packed.
(43 m) 05 portrait Anke Huber Boris Becker plays tennis. Steffi Graf playing tennis. Anke Huber becomes youngest quarter final contestant of all time in Australia. Anke Huber plays tennis, partly ZL. Anke Huber, great break in between games. As viewers of Boris Bresquar, talent scout and discoverer of Boris Becker and Steffi Graf. Anke Huber at match point. Audience clapping. Anke Huber gives autographs. Advertisement: Dunlop - milk cuts (54 m)
01 ' 34 perhaps know him, the German Bundestag in Bonn Berlin - future Parliament and the seat of Government of 0. For 42 years was fought here on a policy for Germany democratically.
0'44 located - idyllically situated at the foot of the Siebengebirge this is the 2000th Bonn. Beethoven was born here, traditional University, but politics was made only after had been decided for Bonn as provisional capital.
It was not easy to anchor after the Hitler dictatorship Germany as a reliable partner in the community of free peoples.
1'09 on the Bonner marketplace the narrow stairs before the Town Hall became the popular venue for the world's great: 1989 Michail Gorbatschow, whose Politik had only allows Germany's unification. 1'23 should be also parliamentary and Government seat Berlin as Germany's capital or should remain both facilities in Bonn? The pros and cons went across the parties, but the most well-known politicians voted for Berlin.
1'36 Brandt: "Germany is not the East from the West, but it becomes the new centre of Europe. Berlin is good."
1'47 Kohl: "but this Europe must be a Europe to say that once again, that is more than the Europe of the twelve today. This is the reason why I think that Berlin is the gutter location, and that's why I'm voting for Berlin."
2'05 a long debate at a high level was headed before the parliamentarians - free - cast their votes.
2'15 Süssmuth: "the tension is huge and I will post the result now: for the application completion unit of in Germany, Berlin application: 337 votes, abstentions: 2." 2'29 thus fell the decision for the move from the Rhine to the spree. -Berlin, not only the Kurfürstendamm Boulevard and Memorial Church, these are also the two parts of a city that now must grow into a functional capital.
2'43 of the old Reichstag - future home of the German Parliament and symbol of the city, which has probably suffered like no other the cold war and the Division of the world into two hostile power blocs, differ.
2'57 soon after the war: blockade of the Western sectors by the Soviets. Thanks to the Western Allied airlift won the freedom of will of West Berlin.
3'11 1953: bloodily suppressed uprising in East Berlin - by Soviet tanks. -Then the construction of the wall in 1961. A divided city in the heart of Europe.
3'25 there were mainly the United States, which were the Berliners to the page - wie_1963 John F. Kennedy. "All free men, wherever they may live, are citizens of Berlin, and therefore - as a free one - I take pried in the words: I am a Berliner."
3'54 and Kennedy, the world stars of show business witnessed their sympathies for the city of culture again blossomed.
4'14 against out-dated structures in University and company, and against the war in Viet Nam: with arguments but also with violence, the students were looking for confrontation with the establishment.
Was Berlin a point of contention between East and West over two decades, so the first signs of relaxation, for example by the four powers agreement showed here in the 70's.
"End well, anything good."
4'37 but it should still weitere_18 take years for the citizens of East Berlin regained their freedom. In Berlin, the peaceful revolution in the GDR forces the opening of the wall. A moving moment for the Germans. From the call of "We are the people", the call is soon after the unification of Germany. 4'59 before hundreds of thousands celebrated the feast of unity - the Reichstag building, where once was the first democracy in Germany of the Nazi dictatorship, and a day later the first all-German Parliament meets in the hemicycle of the Reichstag after the second world war. Together with its European partners, it will make its contribution to a global order of peace. In the future from Berlin - the city, have found in the East and West together.
02. power of the wind 5'41 wind power is one of the oldest energy, man made usable. On the North Sea windmills given the landscape for centuries.
5'51 today where modern rotor blades rotate. Renewable energy force worldwide shortage and increasing damage to the environment.
In the North of Schleswig-Holstein, the "windy corner" of the Federal Republic, is the largest wind farm in Europe: 35 wind turbines are already in operation. 6'16 electricity from the wind is topic of conversation for several years also in the Frisian town of Husum. Especially at the Husum shipyard. Lack of orders forced to rethink. Today, also towers for wind turbines are made at the shipyard.
6'33 in a former shipbuilding Hall is mounted inside of the equipment. In the so-called gondolas: The heart of the modern wind turbine - generator, which converts wind power into electricity.
6'52 a braking device in high winds turns on automatically, to protect the mechanical parts.
7'07 the rotor hub made of cast steel is the most important element of connection between the blades and the generator.
7'19 the Husum shipyard is already the largest producer of wind turbines in Europe. -Eco-friendly products to create jobs: for the little industrialized North Sea coast is the future even in the wind.
03. Charlemagne Prize for Vaclav Havel 7'37 folk festival mood in Aachen. The old German imperial city was setting for Czechoslovak art and culture for a week.
7'50 the Aachener applauded once more the world champions in the ball and long distance legend Emil Zatopek.
7'58 of the Czech Pantomine Milan Sladek.
8'03 in the coronation Hall of the historic city hall was celebrated the outstanding personality of the neighbouring country of CSFR: Vaclav Havel, President and poet. He was named the this year's Charlemagne Prize - after Kaiser Karl the great - for his contributions to freedom and peace in his country and throughout Europe.
8'31 the French President Mitterrand gave the eulogy: "Vaclav Havel - man of courage and truth. In Word and deed, you have led an exemplary struggle for human dignity. Through this fight your country has won back the freedom."
8'53 in 1989, at the same time with the revolution in the GDR demonstrated in Czechoslovakia the masses for freedom and democracy. "Havel to the Castle" was one of the most listened calls. In the December ' 89, the playwright and courageous dissidents in Prague was elected as President of the new CSFR.
9'29 Vaclav Havel to his ceremony in Aachen, Germany: "before 36 years said at this point Winston Churchill, as he accepted the Charlemagne Prize: 'Czechoslovakia will regain the freedom and Germany will be reunited'." "- I am the first prize winner, who has the luck to be able to call out here: free Winston Churchill, Czechoslovakia and Germany is United!"
10'03 Germans and Czechs are on the way to a common Europe of democracies and free citizens.
04. repatriation of archival material 10'19 In the Federal Republic is Lübeck, which was already in the middle ages as "Queen of the Hanse" to wealth and prestige.
The valuable archival material that now after almost 50 years of Moscow zurückkehrcn; date from this period they had been deported there as spoils of war. Only the change of political course in the East made possible for their return.
10'43 before 600 years were ever good connections around the Baltic Sea: Novgorod until Bremen the Trade Federation of the Hanseatic League; yoked artfully sealed contracts and records testify to the diverse relationships.
11'01 the return of valuable documents is expression of friendly contacts between the Soviet Union and Germany.
11'14 in return took place in the German Federal Archives in Koblenz the handing over of archival documents to the Soviet Union.
11'24 also these treasures of the former Hanseatic City of Reval had been reached after Germany in the chaos of the war and later no longer issued. -An exchange of works of art is imminent. A later step to meaningful dealing with culture and history of the two countries.
05. portrait Anke Huber 11'47 he has tennis in Germany made popular: Boris Becker - years at the front in the world rankings, as Steffi Graf. The tennis Miracle grow today at ever shorter intervals. Anke Huber is next. In Australia, she was the youngest quarter finalist of all time; Since then, the little sixteen year old pupil on the international tennis circuit being courted.
12'13 in cold and rain Anke Huber requires much patience from its audience. It is threatening, before it retreats on the qualities of their fighters. The balance to find zwischcn of tranquility in the head and the will to win in the body - mind have to work on the new German hope.
12'36 has an inimitable sense of tennis talent Boris Bresquar - he discovered Anke 7 years ago and before that Boris Becker and Steffi Graf. -12'49 "Aggressive and cool" calls the trainer Anke investment - the perfect mix for the top of the world.
13'12 the carefree teenager who crushed a tear still defeats, won today. The autographs of Anke Huber rise in value. And what else has she?
13'24 "at school I saw now the written exams behind me - now the oral, again. It is finished!"
13'31, and what about the role models in the tennis? Do you have that?"
13'35 "I have no role models!"