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In the New Kureyka

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Abstract
A group of pioneers of the Taimyr National District on the deck of a steamer sailing to the village. Kureyka, where during the years of exile (1914-1916) I.V. Stalin lived. Pioneers give flowers to the captain of the steamer. View of streets, houses in Kureyka. Monument to I. V. Stalin on the banks of the Kureika River. View of the house-museum of I. V. Stalin. A. M. Tarasov, who personally knew Comrade. Stalin during his stay in exile, talks with pioneers. The director of the house-museum NF Kvasova conducts an excursion for officers and pioneers of the Taimyr National District in the rooms of the house-museum; view of the museum exhibits. View of the pioneer camp of the Taimyr National District, located in Kureyk: pioneers doing exercises; write a letter to J.V. Stalin. Pioneer A. Levitsky reads a letter on the camp line.
Director
There is no data
Color
B&W
Film ID
16732
Keywords
out-of-school education
, river transport
, museums
, childrens organizations
, revolutionary movement in russia
, cities
Meterage
379,7
Number of Parts
2
Operators
Shironin K.
Other Creators
There is no data
Release Date
1952
Sound
No Sound

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