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Oberharzer Erzbergbau um 1920 - 1. Der Bergbau

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Title Oberharzer Erzbergbau um 1920 - 1. Der Bergbau
Alternative Title Ore Mining in the Upper Harz Mountains about 1920 - 1. Mining
Author Herwig, Friedrich
License No Open Access License:
German copyright law applies. This film may be used for your own use but it may not be distributed via the internet or passed on to external parties.
DOI 10.3203/IWF/G-90
IWF Signature G 90
Publisher IWF (Göttingen)
Release Date 1963
Language Silent film
Producer Friedrich Herwig
Production Year 1923

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IWF Technical Data Film, 16 mm, 135 m ; SW, 16 1/2 min

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Subject Area Earth Sciences
Abstract Edition: Graben- und Teichsystem von Grube "Silbersegen", deren Förderung mit Wasserrad. Neuerer Schacht "Kaiser Wilhelm II". Einfahren der Bergleute mit der "Fahrkunst". Wassersäulen-Fahrdrahtlokomotiven unter Tage. Aufgenommen mit 16 B/s; Vorführgeschw. 18 B/s.
The film covers the first part of an three-part film on the Upper harz ore mining industry, shot in 1923. It begins with shots of the hydroeconomic drain an dpond system, and of the shaft system "Silbersegen", conveyance of which was done with one water wheel up to 1931 and of the modern installed shaft "Kaiser-Wilhelm-II". Then follows the "conveyance" of the miners in the Kaiser-Wilhelm shaft, with a brief view of the hydraulic head machine in this shaft and of the power generating plant in the Ernst-August gallery. Winning and conveyance underground are then shown in detail: long-distance conveyance in closed trains with electric trolley locomotives, winning of the crude or by drilling and blasting and removal to the tubs, which are brought to the surface in the cage.
Keywords Untertagebau
Erzbergbau / historisch
ore mining / historical
underground mining

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