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His Name Will Survive the Centuries

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Abstract
A film about the opening of the monument to K. Marx in Moscow. Moscow city. October 29, 1961. Demonstration. Meeting dedicated to the opening of the monument. Speakers: NS Khrushchev, PN Demichev (synchronously), V. Ulbricht (East Germany), (synchronously in German), General Secretary of the Communist Party of Great Britain J. Gollan (synchronously in English). Present: M. A. Suslov, A. I. Mikoyan. Monument to Karl Marx (different plans). Streets of Moscow, Sverdlov Square (daytime and evening shooting). Portrait of K. Marx. Newsreel footage. May 1, 1920. The laying of the monument to Karl Marx. VI Lenin is present.
Director
A. Schekutyev
Color
B&W
Film ID
19732
Keywords
international connections
, communist parties
, germanyeastern
, revolutionary and socio-political movement of the 19th century
Meterage
292
Number of Parts
1
Operators
A. Schekutyev, A. Kozakov, M. Prudnikov
Other Creators
There is no data
Release Date
1961
Sound
Has Sound

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