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1st Congress of the III International

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Abstract
Film about the stay of the delegates of the 1st Congress of the Comintern in Petrograd after the end of the meetings in Moscow. The city of Petrograd. March, 1919 Meeting of the delegates of the 1st Congress of the Comintern, who arrived in Petrograd after the end of the meetings in Moscow. Congress delegates in the car, near the car, near the building of the Nikolaev station. Demonstration of city residents on Vosstaniya Square. Equestrian statue of Emperor Alexander III on the square. G. Eberlein (Germany), A.V. Lunacharsky, G.E. Zinoviev speak to members of the public of the city near the station building. G.E. Zinoviev speaks from a car at a numerous rally in honor of the 1st Congress of the Comintern on Vosstaniya Square. Participants of the meeting with banners are on the square. Meeting of congress delegates and representatives of the executive committee of the Petrograd Soviet. Sitting at the table are: Lisovsky, I. Milkich (Yugoslavia), F. Platten (Switzerland), I. Gruber (Austria), G.E. Zinoviev, G. Eberlein, A. Guilbeaux (France), O..Grimlund (Sweden), A.V. Lunacharsky, B.N. Posern, Evdokimov and others. Speakers: GE Zinoviev, G. Eberlein, AV Lunacharsky, GE Evdokimov, I. Gruber. Delegates in the train carriage. A passenger train is approaching the station platform. Delegation of the Skorokhod factory, musicians of a brass band, Red Navy men, cavalrymen on the square before the demonstration. Note: 1. Use for scientific purposes only, copying with permission from the Austrian Film Museum. 2. In RGAKFD there is a film with a different name - "Arrival and stay in Petrograd of the delegates of the 1st Congress of the Comintern" (architect No. 1474)
Director
There is no data
Color
B&W
Film ID
34375
Keywords
international communist movement
, sculpture
, cities
Meterage
166,4
Number of Parts
1
Operators
N. Grigor, E. Mikhelevich
Other Creators
There is no data
Release Date
1919
Sound
No Sound

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