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The Voice of Soviet Women

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Abstract
A film about the struggle of Soviet women for peace, friendship and mutual understanding between peoples. 1h - Speech by the Chairman of the Committee of Soviet Women V. Tereshkova. Peace march. Speech by the editor-in-chief of the magazine "Soviet Woman" V. Fedotova. Chronicle footage: World War II. Zoya Volkova, Doctor of Medical Sciences, talks about the war. Soviet-Japanese seminar. 2h - Work of the Soviet Women's Committee: conversations, meetings, round tables. Kiev House of Friendship. World Assembly in Czechoslovakia in 1983 3h. - The city of Smolensk. Cosmonaut-researcher S. Savitskaya is speaking. Savitskaya: in space, with Anna Timofeevna Gagarina (mother of the cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin).
Director
Z. Tuzova
Color
Color
Film ID
29679
Keywords
womens public organizations
, borbazamir
, cities
, international public relations
, cosmonautics
Meterage
758
Number of Parts
3
Operators
V. Maev, V. Mikosha, G. Myakishev
Other Creators
There is no data
Release Date
1983
Sound
Has Sound

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