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Nadezhda Konstantinovna Krupskaya

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Abstract
Photo portraits of N.K.Krupskaya over the years. House in the village of Shushenskoye, in Ufa, Paris, Zurich, the village of Poronino (Poland); an apartment in Smolny in Petrograd, where N. K. Krupskaya lived with V. I. Lenin during exile, emigration, after the October Revolution in Russia in 1917; apartment of N.K.Krupskaya and V.I.Lenin in the Kremlin. Brochures, articles, books written by N. K. Krupskaya on education, women, youth movement. Newsreel. N.K.Krupskaya with V.I.Lenin and M.I.Ulyanova on the Khodynskoye field in Moscow on May 1, 1918. NK Krupskaya during a trip along the Volga and Kama rivers on the "Krasnaya Zarya" agitation steamer in 1919: talks with workers on the steamer; at a meeting among workers and peasants. NK Krupskaya among the delegates of the 1st All-Union Congress of Teachers in Moscow in 1925. Workers in Leningrad met on the platform of the station NK Krupskaya, who came to the provincial meeting of workers and peasant women (1927). NK Krupskaya talks with AM Gorky at the Dynamo stadium during a meeting of pioneers in 1929; with Clara Zetkin on vacation in the Arkhangelskoye sanatorium; at the 17th Congress of the CPSU (b) in 1934; with Dmitry Ilyich and Maria Ilyinichna Ulyanov. Speech by NK Krupskaya before a delegation of foreign teachers in the People's Commissariat for Education (1936), before the voters of Serpukhov, who elected her as a candidate for the Supreme Soviet of the USSR. NK Krupskaya at work in the office of the People's Commissariat of Education. Photo: N. K. Krupskaya and V. I. Lenin sitting on a park bench in Gorki near Moscow.
Director
S. Kidney
Color
B&W
Film ID
20563
Keywords
social and political movement
, communist parties
, cultural connections
, political campaign
, educational activities
, education
, utilities
, electoral system
Meterage
563,1
Number of Parts
2
Operators
E. Efimov
Other Creators
Screenplay by E. Krieger. Sound S. Klyuchevsky
Release Date
1959
Sound
Has Sound

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