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Front Roads and Muddy Roads

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Abstract
Byelorussian SSR, Mogilev region, April, 1944. Motor transport carrying goods is immersed in the off-road. People and technicians are trying to pull the cars out. Jeep stuck in the mud. Preparation and construction of a pontoon bridge. Soldiers of the 2nd Belorussian Front - private, squad commander of the 16th military construction detachment Zakhar Petrovich Titov and [Vladimir Nikolaevich] Bogomolov are dragging a log into a blizzard. Soldiers, among whom - Private Burmistrov, hew a log; processing of logs on the machine. Freight traffic on the pontoon bridge. A truck with the NDP: "POST" with the number "U-0-27-41", in the back of which there are wounded soldiers, is going by. A female traffic controller regulates the traffic, letting the next convoy of trucks pass. A warning sign with NDP: “A SECTION OF ROAD UNDER SHOT. PASSAGE ONLY FOR SINGLE CARS ". The soldiers eat from the common dishes. The commander of the 33rd Army of the 2nd Belorussian Front, Lieutenant General Vasily Dmitrievich Kryuchenkin on horseback rides across the bridge. The commander of the 2nd Belorussian Front, Colonel-General Ivan Efimovich Petrov, riding a white horse, waves his hand in greeting. The military leader, Lieutenant General Ivan Tikhonovich Grishin gets into the car.
Director
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Color
B&W
Film ID
9034
Keywords
the great patriotic war
, belarus
Meterage
185
Number of Parts
1
Operators
G. Golubov
Other Creators
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Release Date
1944
Sound
No Sound

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