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Karelian Partisans

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Abstract
Karelo-Finnish SSR, the city of Petrozavodsk, October 14, 1944. Columns of partisans, labor collectives, local residents go to Lenin Square, where a solemn meeting of partisans of Karelia will take place. City street. Ruined building. A group of girls with bouquets of flowers. Working people carry slogans with the PDP: "GLORY TO THE GREAT COMMANDER, MARSHAL STALIN!" Vissarionovich Stalin. A poster on the wall of the building with the NDP: "KARELO-FINNISH GUARANTEES AND GUARANTEES FROM THE WORKING OF PETROZAVODSK BRATSKY HELLO!" Among the partisans present at the rally: the commander of the "Battle Cry" detachment Vasily Romanovich Mastinen, the chief of staff of the partisan detachment. Chapaeva Ivan Alekseevich Molodtsov, secretary of the underground district party committee of the Vedlozersky region Yegor Petrovich Nikolaevsky, Dmitry Mikhailovich Gorbachev, his daughter, a partisan, 15-year-old Claudia Gorbacheva and his wife, platoon commander Anton Grigorievich Karpin, Ivan Grigorievich Inniev. Fyodor Mikhailovich Kudryavtsev, a partisan from the "Battle Cry" detachment, reads a letter to I.V. Stalin. Chairman of the Council of People's Commissars of the Karelo-Finnish SSR Pavel Stepanovich Prokkonen speaks from the rostrum with a welcoming speech. Members of the Military Council of the Karelian Front, Major General Gennady Nikolaevich Kupriyanov, Major General Sergei Yakovlevich Vershinin in front of the guerrilla line; on the podium. The partisans in the ranks shout: "Hurray!"
Director
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Color
B&W
Film ID
11044
Keywords
the second world war
, irregular troops
, guerrilla movement
Meterage
176,6
Number of Parts
1
Operators
V. Maksimovich
Release Date
1944
Sound