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Our Brotherly Duty

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Abstract
A film about the political, economic, cultural ties of the USSR with China, Mongolia, Korea, Vietnam. China. Construction of the bridge. Production processes at machine-building, tractor, automobile, metallurgical plants. Chinese and Soviet specialists at work. Soviet Industrial Exhibition in Beijing. Performance by the dance ensemble under the direction of I. Moiseev (synchronously). Chronicle. The withdrawal of Soviet troops from the naval base in Port Arthur (1955). Chronicle footage dedicated to the national liberation struggle between China and Japan. Chinese students in the laboratory of one of the Soviet higher educational institutions. Chinese workers at the Moscow Ball Bearing Plant. Speech by artists of the Chinese circus in Moscow. Mongolia. Landscapes. Camel caravan movement. Stone idols. Buddhist temple. Nomad pastoralists in the steppe. A family of herders in a yurt. Soviet industrial exhibition in Ulan Bator. There is Yu Tsedenbal. Soviet agricultural machines in the fields. Production processes in a tannery, in a mine. Oil fields. Korea. Songhong Power Plant. Production processes at chemical, metallurgical, machine-tool factories, fish factory. Soviet and Korean specialists are working. Vietnam (DRV). Superphosphate plant. Dam construction. Soviet and Vietnamese geologists on an expedition. Chronicle. Combat operations of the US armed forces in South Vietnam. Killed. Destruction. Victims of the bombing. Moscow city. Kremlin. Meeting of the Soviet-Vietnamese friendship. Fan-Wam-Dong is performing (synchronously). At the podium: S.M.Budyonny, N. S. Khrushchev, N. M. Shvernik, A. I. Mikoyan, E. A. Furtseva, L. I. Brezhnev.
Director
Z. Fomina
Color
B&W
Film ID
20870
Keywords
military communications
, economic communications
, industry
, dance
, cultural connections
, revolutionary national liberation movement
, exhibitions
, the circus
, political connections
, wars and conflicts of the 2nd half of the 20th century
Meterage
754
Number of Parts
3
Operators
There is no data
Other Creators
There is no data
Release Date
1964
Sound
Has Sound

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