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How Many Versts to the Reichstag

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Abstract
The film is dedicated to the final stage of the Great Patriotic War - the battle for Berlin. 1h - Squares and streets of West Berlin. Reichstag. Sculptural bas-relief of the building. Chronicle: destroyed Berlin and the Reichstag. The faces of V. M. Shatilov, F. M. Zinchenko, S. A. Neustroev, I. Ya. Syanov, M. V. Kantaria. Chronicle: guns firing volleys, an officer on the battlefield gives commands, the bombing of Berlin by Soviet aviation, tanks go into battle. V. M. Shatilov reports. The commanders, led by Marshal G.K. Zhukov, are watching the course of the battle. The soldiers are running to the attack. Goebbels walks down a street in Berlin; guides a soldier from the Volkssturm detachment. Fights on the streets of the city. Say S. A. Neustroev, I. Ya. Syanov. 2h - Chronicle: the crossing of troops and artillery across the bridge. Remembers F.M.Zinchenko. By M. V. Kantaria. Chronicle: Hitler bypasses and admonishes the officers' school cadets. The instructor teaches a woman to use the faustpatron. The soldiers run up to the Reichstag, run into it. Military parade on May 1, 1945 in Moscow. Troops are marching along Red Square. 3h - Chronicle: soldiers in the burning Reichstag. A Soviet soldier escorts a captured German. German prisoners of war come out of the basement. A column of prisoners is marching through the city. Inscriptions on the walls of the Reichstag. Foreign soldiers at the Pershing. Tanks on maneuvers.
Director
I. Persian
Color
Color
Film ID
28249
Keywords
the second world war
, tips
, foreign countries (germany)
Meterage
857
Number of Parts
3
Operators
W. Tariq
Other Creators
Y. Levin, V. Suslov, V. Romanov
Release Date
1985
Sound
Has Sound

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