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Across the Seas and Oceans Passage of the Icebreaker Krasin in 1934

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Abstract
Globe view showing the route of the icebreaker "Krasin": Leningrad-Rotterdam-Colon-Vancouver-Providence Bay. The head of the expedition, Smirnov, talks with the commander of the Krasin icebreaker PA Ponomarev. The members of the expedition on the deck observe the weather, relax in their cabins, sleep, look through binoculars off the coast of Panama, descend from the icebreaker to the shore and go to the city of Colon. The members of the expedition inspect the streets of the city, buy tropical fruits, walk through the European and working quarters, examine the monument to H. Columbus. Icebreaker Krasin departs from the coast of Panama, moves through the locks of the Panama Canal and enters the Pacific Ocean. An icebreaker photographer takes pictures of ice in the ocean. An icebreaker in Provideniya Bay off the coast of Chukotka. Landscape of the coast of Chukotka covered with snow.
Director
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Color
B&W
Film ID
13384
Keywords
international connections
, sea transport
, everyday life
, photography
, landscapes
, cities
, expeditions
Meterage
250
Number of Parts
1
Operators
P. Palley
Release Date
1934
Sound