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Abstract
Events of the February Revolution of 1917 in Moscow. Manufacturing of shells at a military factory. Staged footage of the creation of trade unions in production in 1917. A meeting of workers in Moscow on Skobelevskaya Square at the Freedom Monument. 1st All-Russian Congress of Trade Unions. Filming of economic devastation in the first years of Soviet power (1918-1919). Workers at work in the shops of the plant, in the mines, in the depot. 5th All-Russian Congress of Trade Unions. Meetings of trade union committees in various organizations. Classes of the circle for the elimination of illiteracy. Market trading. Production processes in workshops of enterprises, in a railway depot, in construction. Creation of factory outpatient clinics, opening of canteens. Physical education and cultural outings of trade union members. Rest of workers in sanatoriums and rest homes. 1st International Congress of Revolutionary Trade Unions (1921).
Director
I. Potemkin
Color
B&W
Film ID
12847
Keywords
social and political movement
, industry
, fuel industry
, self-education for adults
, sports
, international connections
, trade unions
, health care
, spa assistance
, mechanical engineering
, railway transport
, trade
Meterage
1660,1
Number of Parts
6
Operators
There is no data
Other Creators
There is no data
Release Date
1928
Sound
No Sound

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