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On Native Land South Sakhalin

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Abstract
Liberation of southern Sakhalin from Japanese invaders. Return of Soviet people to southern Sakhalin. The settlers are exploring the island: they build houses, roads; fish, coal; collective farms, schools, hospitals. 2 hours - Nurseries of fur animals in South Sakhalin. Fox in a cage. The American mink is spinning in a wheel.
Director
M. Culte
Color
B&W
Film ID
9669
Keywords
mining industry
, fishing
, school education
, japan
, health care
, settlements
, construction industry
, population
, territory
Meterage
940,2
Number of Parts
4
Operators
V. Gulin, V. Mirny
Other Creators
There is no data
Release Date
1948
Sound
Has Sound

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