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Kazakhstan Rhythms of the Five-Year Plan

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Abstract
Kazakhstan. Production processes at industrial enterprises, including: Sokolovsko-Sarbaisky mining and processing, Balkhash mining and metallurgical plants, an oil plant in Shevchenko, Dzhezkazgan metallurgical plants, Ust-Kamenogorsk titanium-magnesium combine and others. Coal mining at the Karaganda coal deposit. Karaganda Metallurgical Plant. Metal melting. Release of the one hundred thousandth tractor at the Pavlodar plant. Ermakovskaya hydroelectric power station. Irtysh-Karaganda Canal. Development of a phosphorite deposit in the Karatau-Dzhambul economic region. Chemical plants in Chikment and Dzhambul. Semipalatinsk Cloth and Worsted Combine. Plowing the land and harvesting grain on collective and state farms. Newsreel footage: farewell to the virgin lands, a solemn meeting dedicated to the 20th anniversary of the development of virgin lands, Leonid Brezhnev speaks. Production processes at livestock complexes. Harvesting cotton. Fifth International Conference of Asian and African Writers. Archaeological excavations. Kazakh scientists and doctors at work. Sports competitions at the Medeo stadium. Newsreel footage: Leonid Brezhnev and Dmitry Kunaev at the Medeo stadium. First graders go to school. Classes in schools on September 1st. Newsreel footage: graduation party in a school in Alma-Ata. Students in the classroom. Opening of the Glory Memorial in Alma-Ata. Architects are discussing a construction project for the city of Alma-Ata. Circus building.
Director
Yu. Piskunov
Color
Color
Film ID
25387
Keywords
extractive industry
, scientific connections
, energy
, school education
, cultural connections
, livestock
, oil industry
, chemical industry
, archeology
, literature
, agriculture
, skating
, plant growing
Meterage
1423
Number of Parts
5
Operators
E. Boyarsky, A. Mishchenko
Other Creators
There is no data
Release Date
1976
Sound
Has Sound

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