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To Defend Native Moscow No 7

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Abstract
1 part. Types of Moscow: Red Square, Council of People's Commissars of the USSR, Gorky Street. Extinguishing incendiary bombs. Muscovites listen to radio messages on the streets. Part 2. Workers of the Krasny Vostok garment factory in Moscow, sew warm clothes for the Red Army soldiers. Teachers and students of Moscow for the manufacture of anti-tank rifles in the production workshops of one of the Moscow industrial institutes. The rally of railway workers dedicated to the transfer of the armored train to them. Commissioner D. Lestev. Western front. Artillery shelling of the enemy in the Kaluga area. General Golubev's troops are advancing on the Germans in the Kaluga region. Parts of the Red Army are on the streets of the liberated Kaluga. View of destroyed city buildings. Cemetery of the Germans. A torture room set up by the Nazis in Kaluga in one of the schools. The corpses of prisoners of the Red Army and civilians.
Director
I. Kopalin
Color
B&W
Film ID
4948
Keywords
the great patriotic war
, garment industry
, central authorities
, help to the front
, broadcasting
, cities
, combat
, the atrocities of the fascists
Meterage
342,4
Number of Parts
2
Operators
I. Belyakov, P. Ermolov, I. S. Semenov, S. Shcher, V. Soloviev
Other Creators
N. Anosova, V. Kotov
Release Date
1942
Sound
Has Sound

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