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Monuments Are Alive

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Abstract
The bombing of Belgrade by aircraft of fascist Germany. Troops of Germany, Italy, Hungary on the territory of Yugoslavia. Ruined city of Belgrade. Yugoslav refugees leave their homes. Fighting of the Yugoslav partisans. JB Tito in the partisan camp. Soviet troops on the territory of liberated Belarus, Bulgaria, Romania. The city of Moscow, the Kremlin. VM Molotov and JB Tito sign an agreement on the assistance of the Soviet Army in the liberation of Yugoslavia from the fascist invaders. The storming of Belgrade by units of the Soviet Army and the People's Liberation Army of Yugoslavia. The people welcomed the troops passing through Belgrade. Interview with participants in the battles for the liberation of Yugoslavia S. Bondarenko, M. Seidov (synchronously). Monuments to Soviet soldiers who fell for the liberation of Yugoslavia.
Director
S. Pumpyanskaya
Color
Color
Film ID
28496
Keywords
armed forces
, the second world war
, military unions
Meterage
783
Number of Parts
3
Operators
V. Durandin, G. Serov
Other Creators
Script by G. Gurkov, A. Kochetov, text by A. Sedin, music by A. Sultanov, sound by I. Voskresenskaya
Release Date
1985
Sound