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But Still We Are One People

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Abstract
A film about the problems of the city of Sevastopol, reflections on the status of Crimea. The city of Sevastopol. Warships in the port. Raising the flag of Ukraine and the flag of the Russian Navy on ships. Celebrations in honor of the 50th anniversary of the liberation of Sevastopol from Nazi troops, including a festive dinner at Sapun Mountain. Tactical exercises aboard the Razitelny warship. The streets of the town. Monuments. Transport and pedestrian traffic. Temple. Currency exchange point. Street trade. June 26, 1994. Referendum on the status of Sevastopol as the main base of the Russian Black Sea Fleet. Presidential elections in Ukraine, voting at polling stations. Interview with Admiral E. D. Baltin, Vice-Admiral V. G. Beskaravayny (Ukraine), voters (synchronously). July 1994. Day of the Navy.
Director
V. Dovgan
Color
Color
Film ID
32420
Keywords
military communications
, urban transport
, finance
, navy
, cities
, trade
, electoral system
Meterage
845,3
Number of Parts
3
Operators
V. Baikov, S. Vorontsov, Yu. Sosnitsky, V. Ropeiko
Other Creators
There is no data
Release Date
1994
Sound
Has Sound

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