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05:00 IWF (Göttingen) Silent film 1968

Equus quagga (Equidae) - Begrüßung

The first part of the film shows the greeting behaviour of plains zebra stallions. Stallions belonging to the same group greet each other whenever they meet. Strange stallions greeted intensively. 3 phases are to be distinguished in the ceremony: 1. Naso-nasal contacts when the partner's sniff at each other's nose. Chewing movements are frequently observed. 2. Naso-genital contacts when the partner's sniff at each other's genital regions. 3. The final jump which ends the greeting ceremony: before parting, the partners jerk their heads up and kick forward with their front legs. The second part of the film shows the sniffing display of stallions at droppings, followed by defecation and urination at the same spot.
  • Published: 1968
  • Publisher: IWF (Göttingen)
  • Language: Silent film
07:25 IWF (Göttingen) Silent film 1968

Seewalzen (Holothurioidea)

Crawling in four different sea cucumber species by means of ambulacral feet; reaction of the mouth tentacles, ejection of Cuvier's tubes.
  • Published: 1968
  • Publisher: IWF (Göttingen)
  • Language: Silent film
11:36 IWF (Göttingen) Silent film 1968

Seitenradschleppdampfer "Lod Mládeze" der Schiffahrtsgesellschaft CSPLO auf der Elbe

A wheel tug (year of construction about 1911) pulling barges on the Elbe, including the necessary detaching and attaching operations when passing a lock. Operation (coal boiler) of the slow three-cylinder steam engine (cylinder diameter 1,20) and action of single control and machine units.
  • Published: 1968
  • Publisher: IWF (Göttingen)
  • Language: Silent film
09:58 IWF (Göttingen) Silent film 1968

Verformen von Glas mit Ritzwerkzeugen

The film shows the changes occuring in the surface of glass which is undergoing shaping and machining with scratching and cutting tools. The investigation was carried out with a device having a similar mode of action to that of the Martens scratch hardness tester.
  • Published: 1968
  • Publisher: IWF (Göttingen)
  • Language: Silent film
10:24 IWF (Göttingen) German 1968

Die Spanbildung beim Drehen von Stahl

The film demonstrates and explains the process of chip formation when turning steel with carbide cutting tools. Additionally, longitudinal machining of C 45 W 3 steel by a traversing cutter is shown at normal frequency and in slow motion. The film then deals in detail with an approximately orthogonal cut. An animated drawn film sequence of the cutting process at the chip root explains the formation of chip lamellae, which slide off under the angle of shear. In a photomicrographic shot of the machining of 16 MnCr 5 steel at a low cutting speed, the deformation of the crystalline structure, formation of lamellae and throwing up of chips are all clearly visible, as is the progress of shaping the material being machined. Finally, the influence on chip formation of alterations in cutting speed and angle of cut is demonstrated by slow motion sequences taken at 800 and 8000 frames per second. Low cutting speeds give rise to the formation of discontinuous chips. Small and particularly negative angles of cut increase the deformation at the chip root and promote the formation of build-up edges.
  • Published: 1968
  • Publisher: IWF (Göttingen)
  • Language: German
14:07 IWF (Göttingen) German 1968

Entwicklung des Seeigels (Paracentrotus lividus)

Sea urchin. Ejaculation of eggs and sperm, fertilisation, complete cleavage, morula stage, rotation of the embryo, blastula, gastrula stages, pluteus larva, stages of metamorphosis, young sea urchin.
  • Published: 1968
  • Publisher: IWF (Göttingen)
  • Language: German
20:35 IWF (Göttingen) German 1968

Werner Heisenberg und Carl Friedrich Freiherr von Weizsäcker - Gespräch in München 1966

The discussion between the two scientists involved the physics of elementary particles and cosmology.
  • Published: 1968
  • Publisher: IWF (Göttingen)
  • Language: German
Offline Collection IWF (Göttingen) Silent film 1968

Kaba (Zentralsudan, Mittlerer Schari) - Ringkampf

Among the Kaba wrestling matches associated with a dance are a kind of "rite de passage", the passage from the age class of boys to that of adult men. In the beginning the film shows one of the wrestlers colouring his body with red earth-colour and putting on the goatskin, the traditional wrestler's clothing. The wrestling matches are preceded by a dance performed on the central place, presented in the film in excerpts. On the border of the place stands the orchestra which consists of two drums and one xylophone. After the dance the wrestling matches take place, the boys wrestling by pairs. During the match the girls dance around the wrestlers and utter quavers to encourage them. The three excerpts from wrestling matches presented in the film show that the wrestlers follow certain definite rules.
  • Published: 1968
  • Publisher: IWF (Göttingen)
  • Language: Silent film
Offline Collection IWF (Göttingen) Silent film 1968

Dogon (Westsudan, Mittlerer Niger) - Orakel

Two seers make offerings on the place of the jackal oracle, then mark the oracle charts on the sand with six compartments each, on to which they record the signs corresponding to the question of each person. Groundnut kernels are strewn about to entice the jackal during the night. The answer is "read" from his tracks, and the destroyed and intact signs, by means of a crook. The seers return to the village to impart the oracle's answer to those who had asked the questions.
  • Published: 1968
  • Publisher: IWF (Göttingen)
  • Language: Silent film
Offline Collection IWF (Göttingen) Silent film 1968

Hemat-Araber (Zentralsudan, Süd-Wadai) - Zirkumzision

Among the hemat-arabs boys are circumcised at the age of eight to twelve years, the operation being performed in public, in the presence of all menan women of the village. Before the circumcision, which always takes place early in the morning, the boy washes thoroughly. Then the men and women of the village assemble, gathering aroung thy boy to be circumcised, dressed in a new garment. A man stands behind the boy and holds him. During the circumcision a woman besprinkles the boy with milk. The operation is performed by the oldest man of the lineage. A circular disk has been prepared, carved from a calabash sheard, with a hole cut out in the centre. The boy's foreskin is passed through the hole and underbound with a cotton thread. The circumciser then cuts off the foreskin at one cut. The skin of the penis is now put back and fixed with two long thorns. The mother of the circumcised puts the foreskin cut off on to one of her toes. The film then shows the circumcision of another boy. After the operation two muslim fukaha conjure the wound, spitting after each blessing symbolically on the wound and handling the beads of their chaplets in their fingers. When the circumcision is over, women and girls danc in front of the house where the circumcised boys have retired. The film presents excerpts from the "al beher" and "goshele"-dances.
  • Published: 1968
  • Publisher: IWF (Göttingen)
  • Language: Silent film
04:46 IWF (Göttingen) Silent film 1968

Bewegung der Spaltöffnungen

The real view demonstrate the opening and closing of the stomata in epidermis strips after alternating additions of water and 0,5 molal glucose solution. Before this process is shown in a schematic representation of cross section of a leaf and view from above in order to explain the mechanism of movements: 1. Amaryllis type (Vicia faba) , 2. Graminae type (Zea mays), 3. Mnium type (Anemia phyllitides).
  • Published: 1968
  • Publisher: IWF (Göttingen)
  • Language: Silent film
Offline Collection IWF (Göttingen) Silent film 1968

Bäle (Bideyat) (Ostsahara, Ennedi) - Gelbguß in verlorener Form (Wachsausschmelzverfahren)

A mixture of crushed clay and horse's dung is mixed with water and kneaded. This pulp is later used to case the wax models. A model cast piece is ormed in wax. It shows the figure of a camel with saddle, intended as a headdecoration. On the wax model a thin layer of clay is first layed on to fill out the fine indentures and then a coat of firmer clay follows. The next day the dried form is heated, the wax melted out. A crucible with metal is fitted through a clay rim on the cast. The cast is heated in the forge. As soon as the metal becomes liquid it is poured from the crucible into the cast. The cooled-off cast is smashed and the finished castings carefully elaborated on.
  • Published: 1968
  • Publisher: IWF (Göttingen)
  • Language: Silent film
Offline Collection IWF (Göttingen) Silent film 1968

Tubu (Ostsahara, Tibesti) - Errichten und Abbrechen eines Zeltes

The mat tent is the Tubu-nomad's dwelling. The tent is built up by the woman. In the undergrowth of the Enneri Ogu the Tubu-woman Bila chops off a few branches to complete structure of the tent. To bind it she cuts off the leaves of the dum-palm tree. With the tip of a lance she digs holes for the tent poles and at the same time fits in the matching poles. The crossbars are tied on the poles. To begin with a side-part of the tent structure is set up and then part of the roof is erected. Then the second side-part follows and finally the roof is completed. After Bila has examined the structure, she puts on the mats. These are partly tied to the structure, partly pinned on with wooden pegs. On taking down the tent, the mats of the side-wall are first taken apart and rolled together, after that the roof mats follow. The binding places of the structure are cut open, the poles put together. The stretcher frame of the storage room is taken apart and as very last the poles for the water skinbag are taken down.
  • Published: 1968
  • Publisher: IWF (Göttingen)
  • Language: Silent film
Offline Collection IWF (Göttingen) Silent film 1968

Krahó (Brasilien, Tocantins-Gebiet) - Sammeln und Zubereiten von Schildkröten

Men and boys rouse several tortoises under a rock in the savanna and carry them to the village. On the village square, where his wife has lit a fire, one of the men prepares a tortoise: He removes the plastron with an axe and a bush knife, takes out the guts and inserts ground manioc for thickening. The tortoise is placed on its back on the blaze and covered by heated stones. Bunches of leaves are placed on the stones, covered by hot ashes and earth (earth oven). - The tortoise, cooked in its carapase, is taken out of the heap of ashes, cleaned roughly and consumed by the family.
  • Published: 1968
  • Publisher: IWF (Göttingen)
  • Language: Silent film
Offline Collection IWF (Göttingen) Silent film 1968

Bäle (Bideyat) (Ostsahara, Ennedi) - Herstellen eines Schlauchgebläses

Crushed donkey's dung is added to damp clay. The mixture is kneaded, the nozzles for the bellows are formed by hand. They are left to dry but are not burnt. The fur for the bellows are tanned and corried. Into the neck of each fur clay nozzle is fitted. The wooden flaps are fitted with leather strips in pairs on the bellow.
  • Published: 1968
  • Publisher: IWF (Göttingen)
  • Language: Silent film
31:10 IWF (Göttingen) Silent film 1968

Mitteleuropa, Tirol - Herstellen eines Butterfasses

In his small woodworking shop at St. Magdalena (Gsiestal) Konrad Gietel is making staves from pine wood for a churn. First he assembles the staves, then he applies cold glue, and finally he fits iron straps around the churn to keep the staves tightly together. After some time, while the glue has set, rough patches on the wood are removed with a plane, and the inside and outside surfaces are made smooth. A bottom piece is fitted. Gietel has cut a wooden die and fits a long handle. He makes the cover plug on a wood turning lathe, and then fits the churning board with the ropes. The churn (Schlacker) is finished by painting the staves red and the iron straps green.
  • Published: 1968
  • Publisher: IWF (Göttingen)
  • Language: Silent film
16:43 IWF (Göttingen) Silent film 1968

Mitteleuropa, Tirol - Mahlen in einer bäuerlichen Mühle

The farmer "Weißbergbauer" is getting his private mill ready for operation. He cleans the millstones and sharpens them. He works the surface of the runner (upper millstone) and of the bottom millstone with a pointed flat hammer and a flat fluting hammer, respectively. After the grinding mechanism is assembled, the film shows the technique of transferring the power from the bucket wheel through the central shaft to the long iron and thus to the millstone. Then follows an initial milling operation.
  • Published: 1968
  • Publisher: IWF (Göttingen)
  • Language: Silent film
15:03 IWF (Göttingen) Original sound, no spoken text 1968

Mitteleuropa, Baden-Württemberg - Der "Strohmann" in der Wilflinger Fasnacht

Straw-cald figure are still to be seen in the spring customs of Baden. In the film the straw-man is dressed up, his functions in the carnival parade are shown, finally he takes off his straw coat.
  • Published: 1968
  • Publisher: IWF (Göttingen)
  • Language: Original sound, no spoken text
Offline Collection IWF (Göttingen) Silent film 1968

Krahó (Brasilien, Tocantins-Gebiet) - Anfertigen von Spielzeug aus Palmblättern

Sitting on the village square, men make by plaiting and folding young yellow buruti palm leaves three toys for children, among them a caterpillar and a bird.
  • Published: 1968
  • Publisher: IWF (Göttingen)
  • Language: Silent film
18:10 IWF (Göttingen) German 1968

Filmdokumente zur Zeitgeschichte - Hans Wimmer in seinem Atelier, München 1968

Personality documentation of the sculpture in action. Reflection on self-control in the artistic process and the relevance of the portrait in the present. Wimmer's expert knowledge of art is oriented toward questions of ethics.
  • Published: 1968
  • Publisher: IWF (Göttingen)
  • Language: German
Offline Collection IWF (Göttingen) Silent film 1968

Bäle (Bideyat) (Ostsahara, Ennedi) - Töpfern eines Wasserkruges

The female potter digs up the clay and transports it in a leather sack to her dwelling. There the clay is filled into a container, mixed with water and left to stand. The modelling of the water jug is done on the swelling technique, mallets out of unburnt clay are used for this purpose. Whilst forming, horse dung is added. The neck of the water jug is pulled or rather shaped by hand with fitted-on clay rims. With the help of a small board and a damp cloth the jug is smoothed and finally an ornament is carved onto it. After two days the baking takes place in the pit. Sheep and cattle dung are used as burning material.
  • Published: 1968
  • Publisher: IWF (Göttingen)
  • Language: Silent film
13:06 IWF (Göttingen) Silent film 1968

Sus scrofa (Suidae) - Nestbauverhalten

The film shows the behaviour pattern during nest building of a wild sow, who already has a litter of 7-day old piglets. First we see the collection and transportation, depositing and sorting of building material, then we are shown how the sow wriggles into the finished nest and rests. The sow scratches any scattered building material towards the nest with the forelegs and presses it firmly into position with the snout. The film concludes with nest building movements of 5-days old piglets in the litter nest.
  • Published: 1968
  • Publisher: IWF (Göttingen)
  • Language: Silent film
Offline Collection IWF (Göttingen) Silent film 1968

Turdus merula (Turdidae) - Betreuung der Jungen (3. bis 14. Tag)

Among blackbirds (Turdus merula) both parent birds share in the rearing of the young. Up to the 7th day, the young open their beaks when they feel vibration, and from the 8th day they are able to determine visually. The film show sthe female taking the young under her wings, both parent birds feeding the brood, and the clearing of the nest of droppings; these are swallowed by the parents.
  • Published: 1968
  • Publisher: IWF (Göttingen)
  • Language: Silent film
03:47 IWF (Göttingen) Silent film 1968

Verformen von Glas mit Ritzwerkzeugen - Mikroelastisches Verhalten

The film shows the changes occurring in the surface of glass which is deformed by means of scratching tools. The investigation was carried out with a scratching device having a similar mode of action to that of the Martens scratch hardness tester. The elastic behaviour of glass on scratching with conical polished tools is manifested in an undulation of the glass surface behind the tool, which disappears at increasing distance. Agate, oxide ceramic and diamond cones were used as scratching tools. On scratching with the oxide ceramic cone, a slight trace was left on the surface of the glass which indicates a transition to plastic deformation. Scratch tests with a diamond cone at pressure of up to 195 p show the plastic deformation in addition to the elastic deformation of the glass surface.
  • Published: 1968
  • Publisher: IWF (Göttingen)
  • Language: Silent film
04:14 IWF (Göttingen) Silent film 1968

Verformen von Glas mit Ritzwerkzeugen - Mikroplastisches Verhalten

The film shows the changes occurring in the surface of glass which is deformed by means of scratching tools. The investigation was carried out with a scratching device having a similar mode of action to that of the Martens scratch hardness tester. Whilst elastic deformations occur at pressures of up to 350 kp/ mm2, plastic traces are formed at pressure above this figure. The pressure is manifested by an undulation of the glass workpiece behind the tool. The deformation which arises does not re-arrange itself once more. When the pressure on the surface is raised to over 500 kp/mm2, lateral cracks appear in the scratch trace on the glass. Diamond, agate and oxide ceramic cones were used as scratching tools.
  • Published: 1968
  • Publisher: IWF (Göttingen)
  • Language: Silent film
05:09 IWF (Göttingen) Silent film 1968

Zerspanen von Glas mit Diamantschneidwerkzeug - Spanbildung beim Ritzen

The film shows the changes occurring in the surface of glass which is machined by means of cutting tools. The investigation was carried out with a scratching device having a similar mode of action to the Martens scratch hardness tester. When the whole of the cutting width of the diamond tool is engaged, short, easily breaking continuous chips of glass are then produced. As the load is increased, fractures and cracks appear in the surface of the glass. Flow chips are formed if the diamond tool is adjusted to a sharp pointed edge. Continuous glass chips of up to 8 mm in length may be produced, which do not tear off at the point of cutting. In this fashion, the plastic behaviour of glass at the microscopic level is demonstrated in a spectucular fashion.
  • Published: 1968
  • Publisher: IWF (Göttingen)
  • Language: Silent film
04:37 IWF (Göttingen) Silent film 1968

Verformen von Glas mit Ritzwerkzeugen - Bruch- und Schollenausbildung

The film shows the changes occurring in the surface of glass which is deformed be means of scratching tools. The investigation was carried out with a scratching device having a similar mode of action to that of the Martens scratch hardness tester. During the scratching process, under increasing loading on the tool, the plastic deformation of the glass is seen, up to the point of fracture and flaking-off. Surface pressure of over 560 kp/mm2 are needed to produce the flaking tape of fractures. On scratching the surface of the glass with a conically-polished diamond cone, a scratch line can be observed spreading out in front of the tool. Diamond cones were used as scratching tools.
  • Published: 1968
  • Publisher: IWF (Göttingen)
  • Language: Silent film
02:50 IWF (Göttingen) Silent film 1968

Stercorarius parasiticus (Stercorariidae) - Füttern eines Jungen

The film shows the feeding of a young arctic skua Stercorarius parasiticus L. The begging chick is fed by the adult bird which had been brooding till then, and by its mate.
  • Published: 1968
  • Publisher: IWF (Göttingen)
  • Language: Silent film
Offline Collection IWF (Göttingen) Silent film 1968

Krahó (Brasilien, Tocantins-Gebiet) - Zubereiten von Palmfrüchten

Women cut off fruit stalks of the bacaba palm (Oenocarpus sp.) and boil the fruits in pits, dug on the bank of their watering-place, by dropping in heated stones. When the fruits are well-done, they are crushed, the pulp is mixed with water and drunk.
  • Published: 1968
  • Publisher: IWF (Göttingen)
  • Language: Silent film
Offline Collection IWF (Göttingen) Silent film 1968

Arabien, Hadramaut - Silber-Bearbeitung

A silversmith smelts silver and casts it into small bars, which he draws into wire or hammers into sheets. He ornaments individual decorative pieces by turning or chasing. With welding material which he procedures himself, he moulds, solders and decorates jewellery; belt-buckle, spherical ornament, link-chain, small bell and stone-setting.
  • Published: 1968
  • Publisher: IWF (Göttingen)
  • Language: Silent film
Offline Collection IWF (Göttingen) Silent film 1968

Arabien, Hadramaut - Schmieden eines Hackenblattes (Neue Technik)

A heated piece of sheet-iron, about 5 mm thick, is bent in angular shape. One of the sides is twice folded, heated, and pierced with a pointed piece of iron. The hoe-blade is smoothed, After cooling the cutting edge is sharpened with a file.
  • Published: 1968
  • Publisher: IWF (Göttingen)
  • Language: Silent film
Offline Collection IWF (Göttingen) Silent film 1968

Bäle (Bideyat) (Ostsahara, Ennedi) - Schmieden eines Dolches

The blacksmith's workshop is situated in the shade of a tree outside of the settlement. A piece of scrap iron is heated in the forge and then forged roughly with hammer and mallet. The dagger is formed from the tip, the middle part follows and finally the handle is forged. The dark surface area on the metal is ground off. Finally, decorations are punched in the dagger.
  • Published: 1968
  • Publisher: IWF (Göttingen)
  • Language: Silent film
Offline Collection IWF (Göttingen) Silent film 1968

Kenga (Zentralsudan, Süd-Wadai) - Magische Krankenbehandlung

Among the Kenga men and women who have magical power and who are able to see and to seize spirits are called kórdo. The kórdo have also knowledge of magical practices to extract the spirits of sickness from the body where they have penetrated. The film shows the kórdo Mandolo of the Barama tribe (Kenga) treating two patients. Mandolo is an old, almost blind woman. For payment the first patient, an old man, has brought a gourdful of millet. He has uncovered his renal region where he feels pain. With a bunch of leaves the kórdo makes some magical gestures, then she extracts, by means of the leaves, the sickness, respectively the matter of sickness, from the old man's body. She hands the leaves to one of the bystanders who takes out the matter of sickness in the form of little stones and pieces of charcoal. The kórdo now tears off some leaves, grinds them in her hand, spits on them, and then extracts the sickness from the old man's knee. In the same way she then treats the other knee and one of the toes of the man. In the next case the kórdo uses a different method of treatment. The female patient kneels down over a little hole, the kórdo takes two leaves of the calothropis-tree out of a gourd of water, spits on them, and then extracts by the leaves the sickness from the woman's body. At the same time the female assistant of the kórdo sprinkles water on the aching part of the body. Finally the leaves are buried in the hole.
  • Published: 1968
  • Publisher: IWF (Göttingen)
  • Language: Silent film
Offline Collection IWF (Göttingen) Silent film 1968

Dangaleat (Zentralsudan, Süd-Wadai) - Frisieren und Anlegen des Kopfschmuckes

Western dangaleat girls and women wear a special headdress consisting of the following parts: a headband of glass-beads, a head circlet of sheet-brass, a leather band with brass rings put from the forehead to the nape of the neck, and 50-60 small brass plates to cover the four anterior plaits at both sides of the head. Before putting on the headdress, the woman has her hair dressed. The hairdressing of western dangaleat women consists of thin plaits and a thick hair-pad put from the forehead to the nape of the neck. The hairs extracted by combing are twisted into little hairs-pads and braided with the plaits. When the hair is done, the headdress is put on. At first the brass plates are tied to the anterior plaits, then the leather band with the metal rings is put on the hait-pad running from the forehead to the nape of the neck. Now the headband is put on and secured, by means of strings, to the back of the head. Finally the head circlet is put on without being specially fastened.
  • Published: 1968
  • Publisher: IWF (Göttingen)
  • Language: Silent film
Offline Collection IWF (Göttingen) Silent film 1968

Anas platyrhynchos (Anatidae) - Schlüpfen

The film shows in detail the emergence of a duckling. At first the egg is only pecked at one point. After a pause a larger opening is made neighbouring this. From these the formation of a break takes place around the blunt end of the egg. The activity of the beak with the egg tooth point can be observed hereby. After the cap has been pushed off like a lid, the duckling, obviously exhausted, and with short pauses to draw breath, forces its way out of the shell. At first the down feathers resemble thick bristles and tufts but they fluff out after drying. Finally the allantois is also shown as foetal lungs and bladder and the umbilical cord through which only a few hours before hatching the yolk sac with around one third of the original yolk mass is drawn in.
  • Published: 1968
  • Publisher: IWF (Göttingen)
  • Language: Silent film
Offline Collection IWF (Göttingen) Silent film 1968

Haddad (Zentralsudan, Süd-Wadai) - Schnitzen und Verzieren eines Hockers

The carver has selected a tree suitable for carving the stool. He fells the tree and cuts from its trunk the desired length of timber which he then roughly trims with an axe. The further carving is done in the village. The carver's only tool is an adze which he may furnish with two hafts of different length. Moreover the iron blade may be hafted either horizontally or vertically. The carver first shapes the seat, then the stem and finally the base of the stool. Once the carving is done, he sets up a hearth ventilated by a bag bellows, heats the irons in the fire and then decorates the stool. Finally he rubs ground peanuts on the wood and smoothes the seat with a stone. Stools of this kind are used by women only.
  • Published: 1968
  • Publisher: IWF (Göttingen)
  • Language: Silent film
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