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Born by Revolution

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Abstract
Decree "On Monuments of the Republic" dated 12.04.1918, signed by V. I. Lenin. Newsreel. Opening in Moscow, Petrograd of the first monuments of monumental propaganda: A. N. Radishchev, S. Perovskaya, G. Heine, D. Garibaldi, T. G. Shevchenko. Poet S. A. Yesenin speaks at the opening in Moscow of a monument to the poet A. V. Koltsov. Lenin's speech at the opening of a temporary monument to K. Marx and F. Engels at the Bolshoi Theater. V. I. Lenin at the laying of a monument to K. Marx in Moscow on May 1, 1920. The year is 1918. Demonstration on Red Square, festively decorated streets of Moscow to celebrate the 1st anniversary of the October Revolution. Architect ND Vinogradov tells (synchronously) about the opening of monuments in the early years of Soviet power. Newsreel. Agitation train at the stop: distribution of leaflets to the local population. "ROSTA Windows" posters.
Director
A. Mirimov
Color
Color
Film ID
24586
Keywords
legislation
, literature
, state holidays
, educational activities
, agitation and propaganda
, culture
Meterage
487
Number of Parts
2
Operators
S. Dadayan
Other Creators
Script by N. Barkov, music by M. Ziv, sound by N. Kuznetsov
Release Date
1973
Sound
Has Sound

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