Deutschlandspiegel 444/1991 1991

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01. the eighth looking through trees on the Ratzeburger see Germany. Sailing boats, ducks on the Lake. Rudder hit Lake, big. Rowing boat is allowed to water. The sneakers of the rowers in row and standing member. Rowers sit in boat. Start. Training on the Lake. Christiane Haese interviewed coach Ralf Holtmeyer actuality: "Canadians have pulled together the best rowers in one place. With us, the system is slightly different, most athletes train locally in their clubs and then come together for the eighth training on a regular basis and as a result, Canadians have an advantage at the moment. Not at the moment, I see who can become world champion except us and Canada. The oars must be supported by a weight training ashore. In winter of course for example cross-country skiing, walking, cycling in the South to happen - we fly to Spain -. The training is done on the water in the summer, but you have to do strength training inevitably ashore."
Rower in strength training ashore. Regatta on the Lake. Ride through target. Award ceremony with Cup.
(62 m) 02 Minister Wolfgang Schäuble Wolfgang Schäuble drives in a wheelchair to a cabinet meeting. Large Federal Eagle.
Wolfgang Schäuble at the lectern in the Bundestag actuality: "Parts means that we must be together ready to wear the changes arising from the German unity."
Wolfgang Schäuble drives on its place the Government bench. Short interview with Helmut Kohl.
Helmut Kohl interview: "I'm friends for many years with Wolfgang Schäuble, which predicted." That was a terrible experience, such as by the way, for us all, and I admire him. his courage"
Wolfgang Schäuble (yet healthy) when exchanging documents with Günther Krause. Newspaper clipping: The assassination attempt. Wolfgang Schäuble as patron of the writer Congress o-ton: "And I also hope their patron honor and no shame in making with this 10th Congress, I ask you."
Wolfgang Schäuble drives to the desk in his Office o-ton: "dealing with the psychological consequences of such a violation may even easier, when you just have such a task, thus fulfilled one. Many emotions of everyday life are no longer so important, because it is just but forced to concentrate, to deal with his time haushälterischer more and you win inevitably some distance in this way, also a piece of independence inside. ... so now I gotta keep working."
Children (81 m) 03 eco city of Erlangen go through aroma garden full of flowers. Children to ride on bikes through landscape. Children work at their own herb garden. Children clean stream of filth. Aerial view of Erlangen. Bio bin and bin stands in front of House for waste paper. Green roof and sunroof. Wind turbine rotates. Design of backyard. Cyclists in the city.
(46 m) 04 100 Jahre IG metal black and white photographs of factories and workplaces 100 years ago. Celebration of the 100th anniversary of the Trade Union. Waldemar Ziemann since 65 years Member, o-ton: "At this 100 year celebration that I became member of the German metal workers Association at the age of 17, and I received 11 Pfennig at this time as an apprentice in the first half year - as education aid, rather than as an apprentice compensation occurs to me."
SW: Smoking vents. Blast furnace, workers in the factory.
Color: ceremony in the Paulskirche in Frankfurt. There are IG metal chef Franz Steinkühler quote: "Without the contribution of workers and employees and their organizations the old Federal Republic would not become a country, gained attraction in the world."
Half close listeners. Helmut Kohl sits next to Franz Steinkühler. Betriebsrätin Erika Lotz interview: "the concrete daily combat in operation for social justice is not spectacular and in the local press, not headline value."
Erika Lotz goes to work in the company Leitz in Wetzlar, Germany. Work room with workers. Erika Lotz speaks with workers. Betriebsratssitzung. Images of workers in operation.
(68 m) 05. Märklin railway model train locomotive driving great. Model railway runs. Company Märklin in Göppingen, Germany. Models from 1881 - IC of today, Foxglove large - scale 1:32. production of basic form in the zinc bath. More parts are mechanically punched and handmade painted and assembled. Complete trains. Drive model railways.
(57 m) 06. Karl May Olaf Hais as Winnetou of the Karl-may - Festival of the East in the Saxon Switzerland. OLAF shark on the way to work on motorcycle quote: "I'm here from the East the Winnetou. "And because my horse just eats, I borrowed short the bike."
The Karl may Museum in Radebeul. Villa Shatterhand in Dresden with Karl May books. Photo Karl May. OLAF shark actuality: "Karl May for me is something very big for the children. You constantly need something they are passionate about. We work here on the stage after the so-called black and white-principle, i.e. the good will prevail at the end of evil, and I think it's so important for the children that they can scream at the end: Winnetou, tapp cautiously, not in the case. And well, mostly Yes the good WINS too."
Performance with Winnetou and old Shatterhand in rocky landscape. Children as a spectator.
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Gewerkschaft ; Crime ; Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Sport ; 01 16 mm project ; 10 finding book Germany mirror

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Deutschlandspiegel 444/1991

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Wolfgang Schäuble’s 80th Birthday (* September 18, 2022)

He is a Christian Democratic veteran and a politician of superlatives: Wolfgang Schäuble. Not only has he been a member of the CDU for almost six decades, but he has also been a member of the Bundestag without interruption for half a century, making him the longest-serving Member of Parliament in the history of the FRG. He has spent 19 years on the government bench and held more political offices than anyone else in this country.

Schäuble, who holds a doctorate in law, was the parliamentary whip of the CDU/CSU for almost a decade as well as the chairman to his party for two years. For five years he served as Federal Minister for Special Affairs and head of the Federal Chancellery, twice he served as Federal Minister of the Interior, and eight years as Minister of Finance. He ran for the office of chancellor to succeed Kohl, and he ran several times for the office of Federal President. In 2017 Schäuble was finally elected President of the Bundestag, which is the second highest state office.

He is regarded as the "architect of German unity" and a vehement advocate of the European idea, as a tough financial politician and sovereign crisis manager who introduced the "black zero" in the federal budget and steered the Republic through the financial and euro crises.

Schäuble's false statements in the course of the CDU donations affair cast a shadow over his political merits, prompting him to resign from his party posts. About a decade earlier, the Baden native's extraordinary career had almost come to an abrupt end when he became the victim of an assassination attempt. During an election campaign speech in Oppenau, Baden, he was shot by one of the guests and critically injured. The then 48-year-old politician survived, but was paralyzed from the third thoracic vertebra down. Ever since he has had to rely on a wheelchair. He fought his way back into life with iron discipline, and - against the advice of his family to retire from politics - resumed his official duties only a few months later.

Today, Schäuble sits in the Bundestag as an ordinary member of parliament. After losing the 2021 Bundestag election, he announced that he would no longer play a leading role in the CDU in the future, but that he would take up the direct mandate he had won in his home constituency of Offenburg.

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