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Repatriation of the French to Their Homeland

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Abstract
Germany, city of Berlin, July, 1945. View of the building with a sign in Russian: “HERE IS THE CHILDREN'S HOUSE FROM KOMENDATURA. EXTRAORDINARY STROKE IS FORBIDDEN ". A woman leads a group of children to the orphanage. Type of aircraft at Tempelhof airfield. Among the French, freed by Soviet soldiers from German captivity, and awaiting dispatch to their homeland: political prisoner, communist V. Macay, arrested in 1942 in the city of Tours, Albert Vernio, who has been in captivity since 1940, professor of military medicine Jacques Henriot, in 1942 forcibly sent to Germany. A nurse gives water to Charles de Borda, who is lying on a stretcher, suffering from scurvy. Women and children by the planes. In a group of people, Marie-Claude Vaillant-Couturier is a French communist, a member of the Resistance Movement. The freed people board the planes. The Soviet and French military sign papers, shake hands. The planes are preparing for takeoff; take off.
Director
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Color
B&W
Film ID
11143
Keywords
the great patriotic war
, the second world war
, foreign countries (germany
, france)
Meterage
132
Number of Parts
1
Operators
M. Shneiderov
Release Date
1945
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