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To Defend Native Moscow No 5

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Abstract
Views of Moscow in the days of the defense of the city from the Nazi invaders: anti-tank hedgehogs, anti-aircraft guns in the streets. Competition between the Spartak hockey team and Major Ivanov's unit fighters for the hockey cup at Pionerskiye Ponds. Assembling mortars in the workshop of the N-Mortar Plant. Railway workers of the N-junction at the construction of an armored train. German tanks, weapons, corpses of German soldiers on the way to the city of Kalinin. The battles for Kalinin in the area of Major General Polenov: shelling, infantry attack. Parts of the Red Army are on the streets of the liberated city. The streets of the city with buildings destroyed by the invaders. The corpses of the Red Army soldiers who were wounded were burned by the German invaders before retreating. Return of the population to the city.
Director
N. Karmazinsky
Color
B&W
Film ID
4946
Keywords
the great patriotic war
, defense awards
, sports
, combat
, defense industry
Meterage
335,3
Number of Parts
1
Operators
I. Belyakov, P. Ermolov, S. Semenov, R. Khalushakov, A. Lebedev, B. Makaseev, V. Shtatland, B. Nebylickiy
Other Creators
I. Gunger, V. Srabian
Release Date
1941
Sound
Has Sound

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