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There Is No Third

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Abstract
A film about the arms race in Western Europe and the United States, about the unleashing of the Cold War against the USSR. Newsreel footage. Festival of youth and students in Cuba, international exhibition "Expo-67" in Montreal. Launching a warship. Aircraft carriers. Ship, submarine at sea. A rocket takes off from the ship. Takeoff of military aircraft. NATO exercises. The explosion of the atomic bomb. Demonstrations of protest against the arms race in Western Europe, USA, China, Japan. Dispersal of the demonstrators by the police. Cities: New York, Paris, Vienna, Athens, London, Berlin, Leningrad, Moscow and others. Newsreel footage. The Second World War. Monuments to the fallen Soviet soldiers during the Great Patriotic War in Minsk, Leningrad, Volgograd, Khatyn and other cities. American aggression in Vietnam. Signing of treaties: on the prohibition of nuclear weapons tests, for biological, toxin weapons. Peaceful initiatives of the USSR. The presence of political figures: L. I. Brezhnev, A. A. Gromyko, D. Carter, U. Kekkonen, V. Giscard de Esten, G. Wilson, D. Ford and others at meetings in Helsinki, Vienna, New York, Moscow.
Director
L. Tuseeva
Color
B&W
Film ID
32062
Keywords
cities
, international youth movement
, armed forces
, borbazamir
, wars and conflicts20th guest
Meterage
1314,3
Number of Parts
5
Operators
V. Citron, Yu. Kotov
Other Creators
There is no data
Release Date
1979
Sound
Has Sound

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