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In Pomerania

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Abstract
Fighting by Soviet troops in the city of Kozlin, Stargard, Altdam, Stettin, Zopot, Gdynia, Gdansk (German name Danzig). Germany. North Pomerania. The wounded. Captured German soldiers. Marshals G.K. Zhukov, K.K.Rokossovsky at observation posts. Katyushas are shooting. A service dog searches for prisoners in the basements of houses. Oder River. The coast of the Baltic Sea. German mental hospital-concentration camp in Obrwald. Crematorium. Cemetery. Refugees. Seaport of Gdynia (Gotenhafen). General PI Batov at the command post. Broken technique. Movement of units of the Polish army. Street with white flags hung on the houses. Monument to Emperor Wilhelm in Danzig. German residents prepare food on the street. Raising the Polish flag and a rally in Gdansk.
Director
V. Belyaev
Color
B&W
Film ID
5017
Keywords
cities
, the second world war
Meterage
986,4
Number of Parts
4
Operators
R. Carmen, V. Mikosha, A. Sof'in, M. Troyanovsky, A. Kuznetsov, M. Shneiderov, D. Sholomovich, A. Gaft, I. Arons, S. Davidson, B. Dementyev, A. Kaznacheev, L. Kachuryan, N. Kiselev, V. Kositsyn, L. Kotlyarenko, F. Leontovich, B. Manevich, L. Mazrukho, E. Mukhin, A. Semin, B. Simkhovich, M. Silenko, J. Smirnov, B. Sokolov, V. Tomberg, K. Shironin
Other Creators
sound engineer V. Kotov, music producer D. Shtilman, early. front group M. Troyanovsky, A. Kuznetsov, author of the text Yu. Smirnitsky
Release Date
1945
Sound
Has Sound

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