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Afghan Youth

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Abstract
Newsreel: Kabul, April 1978. Destroyed public buildings, burning cars. Detained spooks; hostages emerge from the cave - women with children. Soviet soldiers are clearing mines on the road, talking with residents of the liberated village, helping in the construction and restoration of residential buildings. Afghan girls and boys - members of the Democratic Youth Organization of Afghanistan distribute newspapers during the People's Democratic Revolution, patrol the streets of Kabul, prepare a newspaper issue, do military service in the Afghan army, work in the workshop of an industrial enterprise, attend meetings with Soviet specialists in the House Soviet science and culture. First Secretary of the Central Committee of the Democratic Youth Organization of Afghanistan Farid Mazdak talks with young people. Afghan students at the Kabul University campus. Pupils of the orphanage "Vatan" ("Motherland") in the classroom, at work in school workshops. Celebrating the 10th anniversary of the founding of the Democratic Youth Organization of Afghanistan. Meeting of youth. Young people dance, play musical instruments.
Director
V. Shorokhov
Color
Color
Film ID
29242
Keywords
social and political movement
, economic communications
, cities
, school education
, international connections
, higher education
, youth organizations
, wars and conflicts of the 2nd half of the 20th century
, armed forces
Meterage
444
Number of Parts
2
Operators
K. Durnov, V. Frolenko
Other Creators
Sound Yu Zorin
Release Date
1986
Sound
Has Sound

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