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Russian Missiles and Us

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Abstract
The film tells about the development of rocketry and astronautics in Russia. The film includes the following filming: footage of the chronicle of the 2nd World War, which captured the fire of "Katyusha", the construction of "Fau" missiles at one of the military enterprises of Hitlerite Germany, the test of the "Fau" rocket, SP Korolev in the design bureau with a group of engineers examines a rocket drawing, a rocket test at a test site, a view of an American nuclear submarine, the assembly of a Proton rocket at one of the enterprises of the Soviet Union, preparation of a rocket for launch, a rocket launch, footage of the chronicle of the Vietnam war, which captured the actions of American soldiers, tests of the anti-aircraft complex C -300, assembly of the Zenit carrier rocket at one of the enterprises of the military-industrial complex, testing the Zenit rocket, general view of the Energia-Buran rocket and space complex, launching the rocket at the cosmodrome.
Director
V. Sivkov
Color
Color
Film ID
33562
Keywords
vietnam
, navy
, usa
, wars and conflicts of the 2nd half of the 20th century
, germany
, military industry
, 2nd world war
, space exploration
Meterage
452,7
Number of Parts
2
Operators
V. Sivkov
Other Creators
There is no data
Release Date
1994
Sound
Has Sound

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