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Ariadne

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Abstract
Photos of the writer, journalist L. M. Reisner, IDs from the editorial staff of the Izvestia and Pravda newspapers, the manuscript of the unfinished novel Requiem, the play by L. M. Reisner Atlantis in the Rosevnik magazine; title pages of the books by L. M. Reisner "Afghanistan", "Coal, Iron and People". Texts of letters by L. M. Reisner and poet N. S. Gumilyov. Poems, drawings by N. S. Gumilyov. Newsreel. February Revolution of 1917. The city of Petrograd, Palace Square is filled with jubilant people. Detachments of armed soldiers are passing by in cars. Columns of armed soldiers are walking along the street. Newsreel of the Civil War in Russia. Cavalry in the attack and at a halt, the artillery crew is firing from guns. Military train with shells. The soldiers take out shells. Infantrymen run to the attack, overcome the barbed wire. The paddle-wheel steamer of the Volga Military Flotilla is sailing along the river. The commander of the Volga military flotilla F. F. Raskolnikov and the flag secretary, scout L. M. Reisner on the ship. Afghanistan. FF Raskolnikov - Extraordinary Plenipotentiary of Russia in 1921-1923. L. M. Reisner is the wife of F. F. Raskolnikov, an employee of the Comintern.
Director
L. Shakht
Color
Color
Film ID
30650
Keywords
literature
, civil war in russia
Meterage
1279
Number of Parts
5
Operators
S. Балакирев, А. Balakirev
Other Creators
Sound N. Shknevskaya
Release Date
1989
Sound
Has Sound

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