Russia that We Have Saved

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Chronicle documentary film. The film uses film materials from the RGAKFD and the State Film Fund. Part 1. Personnel from the chronicle of 1910-1913: the movement of horse-drawn carriages, the Moskva River, warehouses, markets, bazaars, shopping malls; production processes in industry and agriculture; gold mining; workers at lunch; footage of the chronicle of the expedition of G. Sedov; the opening of a monument to the poet Ivan Nikitin in Voronezh. Part 2. Keeping animals in the zoo, zoo visitors; I. Poddubny's speech; shelter for blind children; procession to the monument to Dr. F. P. Haaz; flooding in Moscow; fire at the Maly Theater; snowfall in Yekaterinburg; opening of a monument to General I. Dorokhov in the town of Verey. Part 3. Soldiers in training; seeing off Emperor Nicholas II from the military camp; boat races of officers of the navy; teachings of cabin boys and sailors; horse racing at the hippodrome; charity flower market in Yalta (White Flower holiday); shooting of the royal family and courtiers. Part 4. Funeral of the Chairman of the 1st State Duma Muromtsev; the funeral of Stolypin; filming of L. N. Tolstoy with his family; the funeral of L. N. Tolstoy; writer L. Andreev; I. E. Repin; actor Fedorov-Davydov. Part 5. Fragment of a feature film: lovers in the garden; footage of the chronicle dedicated to hunger and the fight against it; the mill is running; women collect hemp, whitewash linen, weave sandals, embroider, a woman dresses up in a Russian folk costume; men work, weave bast shoes; beekeeper in an apiary; women in Russian folk costumes, playing a game, walking through the village.
B. Krinitsin
Film ID
armed forces
, private trade
, funeral
, water sports
, horseback riding
, natural disasters
, government
, navy
, cartage
, national holidays
, peoples life
Number of Parts
Yu Strakhov
Other Creators
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Release Date
Has Sound

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