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Soyuzkinozhurnal Number 44

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Abstract
The Hammer and Sickle Metallurgical Plant. Steel smelting in the open-hearth shop of the plant. Casting steel. The meeting in the N-skiy tank unit, dedicated to the discussion of the appeal of the workers of the plant. Kirov. View of a village in the Leningrad Region liberated by the Red Army. Ruined village church. Collective farmers sort out potatoes and grain hidden from the invaders. City of San Francisco. Residents of the city are sheltering shop windows with sandbags from a possible air attack. New York City. Women are enrolled in the Women's Auxiliary Corps. The commission is in charge of the reception. Northwestern Front. German plane in the air. The soldier shoots at the plane with an anti-tank gun. Downed German plane is falling. Kalinin front. Seeing off one of the soldiers to the courses of lieutenants. Classes on the courses. Major General Vorontsov is giving a lecture. Cadets are trained in mortar shooting. Release of lieutenants.
Director
M. Fideleva
Color
B&W
Film ID
4712
Keywords
the great patriotic war
, the second world war
, metallurgical industry
, usa
, cities
Meterage
291
Number of Parts
1
Operators
I. Belyakov, S. Kogan, A. Kaznacheev, E. Efimov, Lytkin, A. Krylov, A. Frolov, B. Nebylickiy, A. Somin
Release Date
1942
Sound