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Ships Go to Yugoslavia

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Abstract
Visit of ships of the Black Sea Fleet to Yugoslavia. The city of Sevastopol. Residents see off the sailors. Ships at sea. Admiral S. Ye. Chursin on the cruiser Mikhail Kutuzov. Ships sail past the coast of Turkey. Istanbul city. Mosque. Ships in the Bosphorus. Ships of the US Sixth Fleet from the NATO military base follow the Soviet ships. Yugoslavia. Soviet ships in Split. Admiral S. Ye. Chursin and Yugoslav Vice-Admiral Truta greet each other, bypass the formation of sailors. Yugoslavian sailors on a Soviet ship. Soviet sailors on the streets of Split, laying a wreath at the monument to the unknown sailor, there is Ambassador A. Puzanov. Sailors visiting Split; are present at the meeting of Soviet and Yugoslavian water polo players in the pool; at the Split hydroelectric power station, shipyard; take on the ship residents of the city, children. Soviet ships in the port of Dubrovnik. Sailors on the streets of Dubrovnik, take on the ship residents of the city, hold a concert of the Chernomorets ensemble. The ships leave Yugoslavia.
Director
K. Kulagina
Color
Color
Film ID
19483
Keywords
military communications
, energy
, sports
, shipbuilding
, navy
, usa
, armed forces
Meterage
547
Number of Parts
2
Operators
S. Kogan, E. Fedyaev
Other Creators
Sound D. Ovsyannikov
Release Date
1964
Sound
Has Sound

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