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Chronicle of Free Russia Fragments of Different Issues

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Abstract
The February revolution in Petrograd and at the front: soldiers and sailors, officers ride in trucks and armored cars, walk the streets of Petrograd with slogans demanding war to the bitter end, in support of the Provisional Government. Queues at the hat and vegetable stores. Members of the Provisional Government and other figures - F. Kokoshin, M. Tereshchenko, Berg, A. Konovalov, A. Verkhovsky, A. Kerensky, D. Verderevsky, Delepin, V. Pureshkevich, P.N. Milyukov. Anti-Milyukov rally. The funeral of the cadets in Petrograd in the presence of the clergy and the people. People work at a military factory. Destruction. Fire extinguishing. Russian military positions at the front of the First World War, explosions in the field. Military units with the slogans of war to the bitter end, with the demand for land and freedom, are marching along a country road. Russian and German soldiers. German soldiers are wounded. Monarchist V. V. Shulgin with the newspaper "Kievlyanin".
Director
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Color
B&W
Film ID
733
Keywords
world war i
, state power
, private trade
, other political parties
, rally and protest
, februaryrevolution
, agitation and propaganda
Meterage
325
Number of Parts
2
Operators
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Other Creators
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Release Date
1917
Sound
No Sound

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