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Son of a Conquered Nation

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Abstract
A film about the Polish poet Vladislav Bronevsky (1897-1962), who experienced persecution by the authorities both in Poland and in the USSR, joined the Anders Army and wandered around the world with it for a long time. 1 part Poland, Warsaw. Pedestrians walk along the streets of the city; vehicle traffic; horse carriage rides along the street. Monument to the Warsaw Siren on the embankment of the Vistula River (sc. Ludwik Nichov, established in 1939). Monument to the Polish poet, leader of the national liberation movement Adam Mickiewicz in the Krakow suburb. (Sc. Tsiprian Godebsky, architect Y. Dzekonsky, V. Marconi, mouth in 1898). Monument to Cardinal Stefan Vyshinsky (1901 - 1981). Church of Business Cards (St. Joseph). Poland, Auschwitz, Museum of the death camp Auschwitz-Birkenau. Barbed wire fence, barracks, brick crematorium chimney, guard tower. A wall with an open door, a lamp inside. NDP above the door: "BLOK SMIERCI" (translation from Polish "BLOCK OF DEATH"). Next to the door of the NDP "11 BLOCK". A sign above the entrance to the camp. NDP "ARBEIT MACHT FREI" (translation from German "WORK MAKES FREE"). Photo of a female barrack with women prisoners. USSR, Kuibyshev. The area of small private houses in the snow. Trains at the railway station. The building of the railway station in Kuibyshev with the NDP: "KUIBYSHEV". Snow-covered city street, traffic and pedestrian traffic. The snow-covered porch of house No. 24. The Volga River embankment in the snow. House number 165 on the street. Chapaevskaya (during the Great Patriotic War, the Polish embassy and the newspaper office where the hero of the film V. Bronevsky worked). Tram number 2 is passing by. Children play in the snow. In the 1st part, c / t shots are used: - Kuibyshev, late November-early December 1941, the Prime Minister of Poland in exile Vladislav Sikorsky flew to Kuibyshev. At the plane ladder V. Sikorsky is met by Deputy Chairman of the Council of People's Commissars Andrei Yanuaryevich Vyshinsky, British Ambassador Richard Stafford Crips and other officials - Kuibyshev, December 1, 1941 V. Sikorsky and the commander of the Polish military formations created on the territory of the USSR, Vladislav Anders at a reception at the Chairman of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR Mikhail Ivanovich Kalinin, among those present - A. Ya. Vyshinsky. V. Sikorsky bypasses the formation of the Polish women's sanitary detachment; a military band is playing; V. Sikorski walks along the line of Polish soldiers, pats one on the shoulder. - Iran, 1942-1943. Trucks are driving along the road along the hills. The military tent camp of the Anders Army, later reorganized into the 2nd Polish Corps, a column of trucks is moving along the tents. Polish soldiers are unloading things from the bodies. The soldiers are marching in formation on the tent camp. Pointer. NDP: “DO CENTRUM TEGERANU 3KM. DO WARSZAWY 4371 KM ". (Translated from Polish: "To the center of Tehran 3 km. To Warsaw 4371 km.) The first part uses photographs of V. Bronevsky in different years of his life, his wife Maria Zarembinskaya (1904 - 1947), photo with his daughter Joanna Bronevskaya-Kozitskaya ; photos of the parade on November 7, 1941 in the city of Kuibyshev. The first part contains poems by V. Bronevsky and excerpts from the Auschwitz diary of M. Zarembinskaya (behind the scenes). 2 part Poland, Warsaw. A train runs along the Shrednitsovy railway bridge across the Vistula. Monument to Chopin in azienki park (mouth in 1926, sc. Vaclav Szymanowski). Pieces of broken wood are piled up in a heap. The audience is walking in the park. Passers-by on the streets of Warsaw. Ice drift. On the wall of the house there is a plaque with the inscription: "CENTRALNA BIBLIOTEKA ROLNICZA" (translated from Polish by the "Central Agricultural Library"). USSR, Kuibyshev. Tram number 2 is running. The second part uses photographs of V. Bronevsky in various years of his life, and a photograph of his wife M. Zarembinskaya.
Director
There is no data
Color
B&W
Film ID
37062
Keywords
iran)
, anti-fascist coalition
, airports
, military correspondents
, foreign countries (poland
, knots
, concentration camps
, types of vehicles
, tram
, restcitypopulation
, train stations
, national holidays
, cities
, death camp
, interaction of soviet troops with foreign divisions and armies of allied states
, railway stations
Meterage
438,8
Number of Parts
2
Operators
There is no data
Other Creators
Olga Robinova, Leonid Sadkova, Viktor Shubin, Boris Kozhin, the text is read by Andrzej Karolyak, Nikolay Mikheev, Valentina Smykova
Release Date
1989
Sound
Has Sound

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