The film is dedicated to the Soviet military cameraman V. N. Muromtsev, who was filming a partisan movement in Yugoslavia. The film uses the shooting of front-line operators: V. Muromtsev, E. Eshurin, S. Kogan, A. Sologubov. Cameramen are leaving the building of the Central Documentary Film Studio, filming Moscow. Newsreel: cameraman V. Muromtsev removes the Yugoslav partisans: the Yugoslav partisans are fighting, climbing the mountains. Soviet troops on the territory of Yugoslavia: the Belgrade operation; storming of Belgrade. Mass rally on the square on the occasion of the liberation of the city of Belgrade, speaking JB Tito. Soviet tankmen are driving along the streets of Belgrade. VN Muromtsev is described by: cameraman V. Eshurin, director V. Basov, Yugoslavian general Peko Dapchevich, Yugoslavian colonel Joksim Radovich, former Yugoslav partisans Jerzyce German and Tončka Škof. Photos, entries from the diary of V. N. Muromtsev. Places in Moscow associated with the biography of V. N. Muromtsev.