01 Solingen: Memorial service for the victims of Turkish coffins carried covered with the Turkish flag. Wreath with bow black-red-gold. "The President of the Federal Republic of Germany". Commemoration. Federal President Richard von Weizsäcker actuality: "boundless grief today inextricably merges us: Turks and Germans, relatives, neighbours – in a word: fellow human beings." We feel the risk of painful for our civilization. The State of those among our young people, we did so far not to convey the decency in the community which prepares us serious concern. We pause in mourning."
Turkish nationals. Weeping woman, great. Demonstration train. Burned out ruins of the fire site. Turkish inscriptions. Children's toys, burning candles. Interviews interview: "it is scary and frightening, if you can see something there in the background with the House. It's sad."
"One can not imagine what happened here, and one must not hope actually, that ever again happens."
"We have actually, let's say in Solingen, Germany, but a very good solidarity, in General, to the outsiders, I tell time."
"Both sides could be more tolerant."
"Helpful, I would say, more helpful."
"Yes, more live and make more together also in the workplace, that to each other takes more consideration."
Richard von Weizsäcker actuality: "the violence of Solingen is to atone not with counter-violence. Effectively we meet her only with the strength of our rule of law, the vigilance of our people and the friendship between Turks and Germans. We want, that you have come to us from their homeland, if they want it, at home can feel with us, as our true citizens. Let us honour the memory of the victims by we pledge our this warning and neighborhood.
Blow Turkish and German flag. Grieving. People carrying the coffins.
(87 m) 02 architect Helmut Jahn fair Tower in Frankfurt/Main. Swivel. Indoor shots. Buildings of Helmut Jahn in the United States. Helmut Jahn, large, original sound: "differences are of course very strong on historical backgrounds and based on the character of the cities on the wirtrschaftlichen needs. The tasks of American architecture, due to the size of the company, due to the size of the cities, due to the laws of construction of dealt with buildings, which are larger, are often much higher. "The European architecture and specially designed buildings that we have built, deal more and more with the urban character, and I felt that as the most interesting thing about the tasks, which we now have in Germany."
Helmut Jahn on construction control. An office building in Stuttgart. Helmut Jahn, winner of the architect competition for the project of Berlin Potsdamer Platz. Model of the large project - the gigantic version of a village square.
(67 m) 03. The East Frisians and their country North Sea waves. Map of East Frisia. Sheep on the dike. Reporter galloping at the beach. Yellow flowers. Shanty choir sings: "where the North Sea waves..." "Small river barge between meadows. Fishing junks. Fish will be excluded. Fishing in vats. Fish processing plant. Machine disassembled fillets. Women sort of treadmill. Peat cutting in moorland. Wedding in the village church. The bridal couple emerges from the Church. Congratulations of the villagers. Further clouded sky. Wind turbine rotates. Windmill. Lighthouse. Shanty choir sings.
(76 m) 04. The workers Samariter-Bund drives salvage vehicles with blue lights. Helper alight at the scene of the accident. Accident case. Motorcycle rider is killed in an accident in city traffic. 1st aid. Inception poster of the ASB 1888. Image of the founder of Gustav Dietrich, Zimmermann. (Four colleagues killed had come on a construction site in Berlin.) Poster for 1st aid course. Still pictures of equipment. Transport trolley for the sick. Ambulance car. Modern vehicles with ICU. Breathing apparatus, great. Care for the elderly. Helper pushes woman in a wheelchair. Senior Club outdoors under parasols. Feeding a sick. Care of sick women. Kindergarten. Helicopter flies. Usage abroad to on-the-scene. Issue of relief supplies. Tent city. Child with head bandage, great. Infant is fed.
(83 m) 05. Eschbach/Taunus: Motocross Championship race 250 cc disco Festival with singer, crickets. The race track. Start. Clouds of dust. Throw in curve. Jumps, slalom driving. Jump hills, curves. Stop at box. Driver interview: "From Belgium", "London, England", "the United States of America, Atlanta, GA" "Switzerland", "Japan", "to sail through the air, far to jump 20 m or more", "on the jumps the feeling of flying this comes a still somewhat."
ZL jumps. Finishing of the winner from South Africa. Driver comes on crutches immediately through the target. Graduation ceremony with dancing and singer. Advertisement: Dunlop.
01 memorial service for Turkish victims 0'39 the commemoration to the Turkish victims of the arson attack of Solingen became an impressive Act of introspection - so Federal President Richard von Weizsäcker, the outrage and grief.
0'56 v. Weizsäcker: "boundless grief today inextricably merges us: Turks and Germans, relatives, neighbours – in a word: fellow human beings." We feel the risk of painful for our civilization. The State of those among our young people, which we did so far not to convey the decency in the community concerned about heavy us. We pause in mourning."
1'28 thousands of protesters and politicians from all parties are agreed, that more needs to be done so that from non-citizens, that are legally recognized and respected human. Communities want to organize neighborhood assistance so that a permanent dialogue ditches and separation are filled up, so cowardly murders such as that in Solingen, Germany will not reoccur. many of the people affected are facing the burnt-out ruin, that a climate change is necessary, but it takes time, track 1, still, compassion and horror dominate the place where five Turkish women and children were killed.
Interviews: 2'15 'it is scary and frightening, if you can see something there in the background with the House. It's sad."
2'22 "you can not imagine, what happened, and you may actually not hope that something like that happens ever again. ''
2'28 "we have actually, let's say but a very good solidarity, in Solingen in General, to the outsiders, I say."
2'37 "both sides actually more tolerant might."
2'44 "helpful, I would say, more helpful."
2'47 "Yes, more live and more make together, also in the workplace, that to each other takes more consideration."
2'59 Richard von Weizsäcker: "the violence of Solingen is to atone not with counter-violence. Effectively we meet her only with the strength of our rule of law, the vigilance of our people and the friendship between Turks and Germans. We want, that you have come to us from your home, if you want it, at home can feel with us, as our true citizens. Let us honour the memory of the victims by we vow this warning and neighborhood us."
02. architect Helmut Jahn 3'41 the Messeturm in Frankfurt - a landmark of the metropolis on the main - the tallest building in Europe. His architect loves skyscraper.
3'57 of the Nuremberg Helmut Jahn studied in Germany before he was in the United States for over 25 years ago. He was unmistakable sign in the skyline of American cities. Whether Philadelphia or Chicago: with the structure of its facades, he breaks through the strict form of the classical models. America and Europe – for Jahn a sexy field of tension in his work. 4'25 Jahn: "differences are of course very strong on historical backgrounds and based on the character of the cities on the economic needs. The tasks of American architecture, due to the size of the company, due to the size of the cities, due to the laws of construction of dealt with buildings, which are larger, are often much higher. "The European architecture and specially designed buildings that we have built, deal more with the urban character and I have felt that as the interesting thing about the tasks which we have in Germany."
5'08 with his latest project in Stuttgart, a Bürogebaude, attempts to join Helmut Jahn principles of American skyscraper architecture with German building traditions. 5'21 Jahn: "It is always an act that both is art, but also by the fact that architecture is not art for its own sake, which take into account the needs of reality must."
5'35 that reality of the present into the future to think ahead - in Berlin Jahn international competition for a spectacular large project at Potsdamer Platz won; This variant of a village square in the gigantic excessive should be his currently favorite project. Is that so?
5'53 Jahn: "Love thats always the next."
03. the East Frisians and their country 6'06 East Frisia: flat land, the Islands - a picture book landscape in the dropouts.
6'35 kilometer-long rivers and streams, picturesque ports of Cutter - their best chance of the region lies in tourism.
6'51 long past are the golden years of the East Frisian whale catchers. Today, there are small fishes - appetizer for tourists. 7'02 nor the North Sea is rich in good fish - but the EC has limited the catch quotas for the German fishing fleet so that so that the needs of German consumers only to 20 percent can be met.
7'22 who moved in the 18th century in the dangerous moor to work which was from military service free. Today the peat in the region is needed: to heat and to fertilize.
7'44 were formerly refuge during floods and wars the old brick Church located on small hills. Today, they offer only the festive setting for family celebrations, at which the whole village is loaded. A welcome opportunity to settle some dispute between the families. which note: East Frisians with an Augenzwinkem that the beauties of their flat country not of mountains were blocked - and when one accuses them they were limited, want not on the dyke look beyond, then point 8 they take pride in their famous shanty choir, which has made known its North German home even in America.
04. the Arbeiter-Samariter-Bund 8'43 a radio message has reached the ambulance of worker Samaritans Federal: A motorcyclist is in an accident in city traffic. A case of an accident by around 28,000 in Germany where the paramedics of the volunteer organization give first aid.
9'08 in courses qualify the helpers - 6,000 employees are volunteer almost 25,000 full-time, in all over Germany here.
9'22 1888 the ASB by workers for workers founded among others by the Carpenter Gustav Dietrich. This had to helplessly, how did four colleagues on a construction site in Berlin to life. The first action was a first aid course. Fee: 25 cents.
9'43 in the hundred years engaged in the Organization more and more people, and the tools were always perfect.
9'54 today lack the workers of Federation of workers Samaritans at any large event in Germany.
10'05 latest achievement is a rolling intensive care unit. Modern equipment and a laboratory provide rapid medical care, E.g. at major sports accidents, victims of fire or attack patients.
10'21, many of the older citizens are dependent on volunteers, therefore maintains the ASB senior citizens Club, social stations and transport services, for example for daily lunch.
ethnic children or underage refugees make 10 new and often difficult tasks. The Arbeiter-Samariter-Bund has responded quickly; last but not least thanks to its solid financial reserves from membership fees and donations. Even abroad, in natural disasters and in crisis areas, the Arbeiter-Samariter-Bund has become a good name. First aid by workers for workers has become one of the largest aid agencies for all.
05. Motocross 12'10 came together in a village, on the slopes of the Taunus. And at that day they had only one goal: to be very front. But the way that time had its problems. Motocross-wide Cup run of 250 cc machines.
12'28 slalom - jump Hill - or tight curves - extreme conditions, providing no highway.
12'43 the stop at the pits enough just to remember how far the journey was. "From Belgium" "London, England" "the United States of America, Atlanta, GA" "Switzerland", "Japan" 13'07 motocross riders are not alone to victory and title, but also about himself for moments of Earth to solve... 13'17 "through the air to sail 20 m or more to jump far' 13'21"on the jumps the feeling of flying this comes a still somewhat"13'29 15 World Cup races are annually held. A mobile circus with changing Favorites – only the baggage train and the groupies are always the same.
13'41 this time a South African won. The Jinx of the day passed on crutches.
13'50 in the closing ceremony in the evening were all agreed: it was fun once again. Well - until the next mogul piste somewhere in Belgium.