Little Ostarbeiter

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The film tells about the fate of juvenile prisoners of Nazism, taken out during the war to work in Germany. The film includes the following footage: Pre-war newsreel footage of Minsk: young mothers are sitting on benches, people in the city streets, a monument to Stalin on the square, the building of the Palace of Pioneers, pioneers are marching. Military newsreels: German planes are flying, bombs are falling to the ground, German military equipment is traveling, views of Minsk, a bridge across the river, the Nazis visit an orphanage in Ostroshitsky town, a room in a barrack, G. Goering, accompanied by German officers, walks past the building during a visit Belarus, meeting at the airport, who arrived in Belarus General Commissioner for the use of labor, Fritz Sauckel. German propaganda newsreels: seeing off volunteers to Germany, Giaulayter Kube and accompanying officers accompanying the train with Belarusians. A fragment from the German propaganda film "We are going to Germany": Belarusians-volunteers go to sign up for work in Germany, the mother sees off her daughter - Galina Kucherenko: the girl sits on the cart with a suitcase. German newsreel footage: a policeman drives a girl into a crowd of people leaving for Germany, a convoy of people is accompanied by policemen, a Nazi with a list of those leaving by the carriage, the Nazis are closing the cars. Fragments of the performance of the Berlin theater "Ostarbeyter" (sinhr.). Fragments of a German propaganda film: female and male workers in the hostel of the Ostarbeiters, the work of the Ostarbeiters at one of the metallurgical enterprises. General view of the city of Münster, a view of one of the streets, a fountain, the mayor's office, views of the places where the barracks of the Ostarbeiters were located during the war years. Round table meeting of Belarusian and German delagations. The burgomaster of the city speaks (sync. And behind the scenes.) About the dialogue that has become possible since the war between Germany and Belarus; the participants of the meeting are listening. View of one of the Belarusian cities. The bride rides a horse with a red blanket. The newlyweds drink water from the spring
Y. Gorulev
Film ID
the great patriotic war
, the second world war
, out-of-school education
, pioneer organization
, international connections
, everyday life
, theatre
, agitation and propaganda
, cities
, germany
, belarus
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Has Sound

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