Deutschlandspiegel 471/1993 1993

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01 new beginning of Zeiss Jena.
Eyeglass frame, large. Jena townscape with buildings. Plant images in the operation of Zeiss. The lens grinding. Workers in precision work. Carl Zeiss, founder of the work of 1846. The old workshop, where the first optical devices were manufactured. The work of Zeiss Jena.
Lothar Späth, Chairman of the Board, actuality: "here all the prerequisites for a modern technology region are given. And Zeiss will hold its place there. This will no longer be this mammoth-combine, but it will be an advanced technology group in the principle of lean production."
Factory recordings, most modern precision instruments and lenses. Device to the targeted thermal insulation in buildings. The stored thermal image shows the vulnerabilities.
(77 m, 10:00:27) 02 20 years German membership in the United Nations.
On a pole, the flags go up the Federal Republic of Germany and the German Democratic Republic. Foreign Minister Walter Scheel speaks before the United Nations original sound: "you will always find us, where it comes to international cooperation, to the preservation of peace and the rights of the people. We will enter opted for the social rights of the people, for a dignified life of the underprivileged."
Red Cross wagon train moves. Soldiers and volunteers in humanitarian efforts in Turkey and the Iraq. Care of children and sick. Helicopter starts. Aerial view of a tent city of refugees. Unloading from crates. UNICEF: Street Festival with many balloons. Badge UNICEF. Food distribution in kindergarten. Children's faces, great. UNESCO: Maintenance of cultural sites, in particular in developing countries. The Egyptian pyramids at Giza. Airdrop of supplies. German soldier speaks interview: "I already think that we also help people with what we do. Is also place, if we fly, how big is the poverty here, and that the people just starve. "And it's already a good feeling when you see that you can help."
German flag of the Bundeswehr blows. German use in Somalia. White UN vehicles. The German Bundestag. Debaters MdB. Holtz quote: "... to help them, that they can actually perform its peace-keeping and peace-support mission.".
German Bundestag, Rita Süssmuth actuality: "it has to do with the long history of a non-sovereign State and a growing into a new responsibility I think. But I think that it comes to a special role, but a responsibility, like all other Member States of the United Nations. Restraint from the own history - but there is no special way, but now an integration into the international community with its tasks set by the human rights; Peace-keeping, preserving peace or back peacemaking measures. And in this respect the Federal Republic can here otherwise engage as our neighbours and other members of the international community. "."
(126 m, 10:03:10) 03 international Buxtehude.
City image with small town houses. Young Asian girl rides bicycles through the city. Citroen garage with the motor vehicle master Vincenzo Mastropaolo. Autogenic training. Students in the district are on the ground. The Iranian doctor, wife Hassunizadeh directs the lessons, big. Foreign restaurants in the city: Italian, Turkish, Greek, Chinese. Wholesale market with Turkish and Italian stands with fruit and vegetables. The Commissioner for foreigners of Kamil Abu Mahfouz, Palestinians, o-ton: "foreigners should be directly involved in specific decision points of the authorities. It would be good if the foreigners also in the communities as a consultative voice have something to say."
In the Turkish restaurant divan hospital workers celebrating a birthday. Africans, Asians, and German in celebration. The Turkish hostess served. In the evening, her husband, architect, helps behind the counter.
(55 m, 10:07:34) 04. jazz rock: Klaus Doldinger and "Passport".
Klaus Doldinger playing saxophone, big. His hands playing the piano while composing. Mixer. Title of "Tatort". Review: Klaus Doldinger in 1960 in the United States on road. Klaus Doldinger in appearance with his band. CD cover.
Klaus Doldinger actuality: "it would be, I think, to almost measured, still dreaming, after my whole life actually is a fulfilled dream. But once in a while I would like the one or the other dream also again. This includes among other things for example, to improve me as a musician and perhaps one day even on a project to work, in which the music actually plays the main role."
Klaus Doldinger playing saxophone. Appearance of "Passport". Fans clapping and cheering.
(85 m, 10:09:30) 05. Augsburg: Football Charity Gala: German professionals - foreign professionals 0:2. audience with flags, German flag and Turkish flag are waved. Shot on goal. Goalkeeper keeps, ZL. Foul on foreign players. Turns 0 boys clapping the free kick to the 1: Chapuisat. Foul on German players. Russian goalkeeper Tschertschessow holds. Chapuisat that shoots 2-0 for his team. Foreign boys cheer. Sparklers are lit. People run in place.
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Hilfsorganisation ; Integration ; Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Sport ; 01 16 mm project ; 10 finding book Germany mirror

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Deutschlandspiegel 471/1993

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175. Jahrestag der Firmengründung von Carl Zeiss Jena (19.11.1846)

Am 19. November feiert der weltberühmte Optikkonzern ZEISS sein 175-jähriges Bestehen.

An diesem Tag hatte Firmengründer Carl Zeiss im Jahr 1846 die Konzession für seine neu eröffnete Werkstatt für optische und feinmechanische Instrumente in Jena erhalten.

Er spezialisiert sich bald auf die Fertigung von Mikroskopen und will diese durch wissenschaftliche Forschung weiterentwickeln. Daher beginnt er 1866 die Zusammenarbeit mit dem Physiker Ernst Abbe, der erste theoretische Grundlagen der Mikroskopie schafft und 1876 zum Teilhaber wird. Um ihre Apparate durch den Einsatz neuer Optiken aus speziellem optischen Glas zu verbessern, holen Zeiss und Abbe in den 1880er-Jahren den Chemiker Otto Schott nach Thüringen und bauen mit ihm ein Glastechnisches Laboratorium auf, das spätere Jenaer Glaswerk Schott & Genossen. Aus dieser Konstellation entstehen neuartige und hochwertige Erzeugnisse, die für ein schnelles Wachstum des inzwischen über ein eigenes Werk verfügenden Unternehmens sorgen.

Weil seine Produkte schon längst nicht mehr nur regional gefragt sind, werden ab Ende des 19. Jahrhunderts weltweit Filialen eröffnet, die mit Beginn des Ersten Weltkriegs zunächst wieder geschlossen werden müssen. Nachdem sich die Firma Zeiss während der Kriegsjahre auf die Herstellung von optischen Geräten für den militärischen Gebrauch verlegt, gelingt ihr in der Weimarer Republik die Rückkehr auf die Weltmärkte. Während der NS-Zeit wieder zunehmend auf ein nationales Absatzgebiet beschränkt, rückt erneut die Produktion von Präzisionsinstrumenten für das Militär in den Vordergrund. 

Nach Ende des Zweiten Weltkriegs wird Zeiss durch von den US-Amerikanern deportiertes Personal im württembergischen Oberkochen neu gegründet. Das Werk in Jena wird nach seiner Demontage durch die UdSSR von den verbliebenen „Zeissianern“ buchstäblich aus dem Nichts wieder aufgebaut, 1948 verstaatlicht und zu einem der größten Kombinate der DDR umgeformt. Mit dem Fall der Mauer werden beide Unternehmen, die zuvor heftige Auseinandersetzungen um die Warenzeichen geführt hatten, in einem schwierigen Prozess wieder vereint und 2004 in eine global agierende Aktiengesellschaft umgewandelt. Eigentümerin der heutigen Holding – ebenso wie der Schott AG – ist die bereits nach Zeiss’ Tod von seinem Kompagnon Abbe ins Leben gerufene Carl-Zeiss-Stiftung.

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