Mirror of Germany. No. 283 = Deutschland Spiegel

Germany (West), 1978

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Episode of Series “Mirror of Germany. The German Scene = Deutschland Spiegel”.
Magazine items: The Town Hall of Lubeck is the starting place for a tour of places of cultural and historical interest in North Germany; the integration of 1.9 million foreign workers who live in Germany is an important task; Lufthansa have introduced a special noise-abatement procedure for approach flights which has proved very effective; the orthopaedic industrial interprise of Otto Bock in the little North German town of Duderstadt is regarded by experts as a pioneer in the field; Philipp Otto Runge, for years unrecognised as a master of early romantic painting, exhibits his works at the Hamburg Art Hall; German soccer manager gets his players ready for the World Cup in Argentina while at the Stadium in Frankfurt the German team test their strength against the Soviet Union.

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00:14:00:00

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Germany (West)
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1978

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Mirror of Germany. The German Scene = Deutschland Spiegel

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