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For the Soviet Union Number 46

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Abstract
City of Moscow: Arbat street, houses where Russian poets A. Pushkin and M. Yu. Lermontov lived. Kalinin Avenue: cinema "October", House of Books, store "Synthetics"; sale of flowers in a flower shop. Estonia. Estonian peasants are working in the field, on their farm. Boarding school for children with aptitude for the exact sciences in the town of Nõo, near the city of Tartu. School students work on electronic computers, go in for sports at the stadium, take final exams. Moscow city. Building, offices of the Executive Committee of the Union of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies. E. Volkova, an employee of the Society's Tracing Bureau, reads letters from Soviet citizens who lost their relatives during the Great Patriotic War. Donetsk miner I. Gavroshenko, who received a positive response on the search for his mother, who was hijacked by the Nazis to Germany. G. Babanina's meeting with her mother after 25 years of separation. G. Babanina and her mother thank E. Volkova.
Director
A. Pavlov
Color
B&W
Film ID
24649
Keywords
the second world war
, school education
, public organizations
, literature
, individual farm
, educational activities
, postal communication
, agriculture
, trade
, utilities
Meterage
289
Number of Parts
1
Operators
There is no data
Other Creators
There is no data
Release Date
1968
Sound
Has Sound

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