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Abstract
Soviet-Finnish border, November 4-6, 1944. Former Soviet prisoners, including the military and the civilian population, released from a Finnish prison, at a filtration and checkpoint awaiting sending home. Men in greatcoats, on which the "V" sign is visible - the sign of a Finnish prisoner, at a stand with newspapers. Pravda newspaper at the stand. A sign at the entrance to the building with the NDP: "AGITPUNKT". Long line of people. Distribution of the newspaper "Defeat the Enemy". Former prisoner, worker Nikolai Vasilyevich Golovik in a circle of people plays the accordion, others dance. Soviet officer holds documents in his hands; woman makes a note. Women listen to the lecturer, talk with the authorities. Among the freed people: a student of the Gorky Pedagogical Institute Feoktista Grigorievna Serova, a student of a secondary school in the Vinnitsa region Kiselyova Ekaterina Ivanovna, born in 1923, sentenced to life imprisonment by a Finnish field court and kept in the Old Castle women's prison in the city of Hämeenlinna. Student of the Boiler-Turbine Institute, nurse Praskovya Ershova, communications operator Olga Kuzina. In the group of women with children - Maria Arkhipovna Skorenko and her daughters Tamara, 8 years old, and Lydia, 5 years old.
Director
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Color
B&W
Film ID
11041
Keywords
the great patriotic war
, the second world war
, political educational work
, homecoming
, prisoners of war
, foreign countries (finland)
Meterage
286,5
Number of Parts
1
Operators
V. Maksimovich
Release Date
1944
Sound