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To Defend the Motherland

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Abstract
Shepherds graze sheep in the mountain pastures of Kabardino-Balkaria. Harvesting on the farm. Life of collective farmers. The city of Nalchik. Residents listen to the radio news about the beginning of the war, read the newspapers. Printing of newspapers. Transportation of newspapers to remote areas. Kabardians at the recruiting station. Streets of Nalchik. Mountain landscapes. Landscapes of the Terek River.
Director
V. Petrov
Color
B&W
Film ID
14069
Keywords
the great patriotic war
, everyday life
, printing
, landscapes
, agriculture
, broadcasting
, cities
, mobilization
Meterage
279
Number of Parts
1
Operators
V. Petrov
Other Creators
sound engineer V. Kharkevich, music producer I. Shaposhnikov
Release Date
1941
Sound
Has Sound

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