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Armavir City

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Abstract
On January 23-24, 1943, units of the 37th and 9th armies of the Northern Group of Forces of the Transcaucasian Front fought fierce battles for the city of Armavir. On January 24, machine gunners of the 295th Rifle Division of the 37th Army broke into the outskirts of the city from the side of the airfield, and machine gunners of the 11th Guards Rifle Corps of the 9th Army from the side of the railway station. General view of the destroyed Armavir (removed from the plane). The battles are fought in the area of the airfield and railway station, on the streets of the city. Submachine gunners in white camouflage coats attack the Germans. Soldiers run past a train with cisterns standing on the tracks; armored train on the tracks. Armavir street, jammed with German trucks and cars, abandoned by the enemy during the retreat. The Red Army man says goodbye to his family: he takes a little boy in his arms, kisses him; next to him is a woman - the boy's mother. The fighter hands the boy over to his mother and leaves with the unit.
Director
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Color
B&W
Film ID
9012
Keywords
the great patriotic war
, railway transport
, cities
Meterage
54,3
Number of Parts
1
Operators
Kotlyarenko L., Sholomovich D., Mazrukho L.
Other Creators
There is no data
Release Date
1943
Sound
No Sound

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