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Under the Banner of Proletarian Internationalism

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Abstract
A film about the international activities of the Soviet trade unions. Newsreel: meeting of the 1st International Congress of Revolutionary Trade Unions in Moscow (1921). May Day demonstration of workers in Moscow on Red Square. On the podium, the leaders of the Soviet government: AN Kosygin, Leonid Brezhnev, Mikhail Suslov. Interviews (synchronously) with representatives of trade union organizations of foreign countries: R. Vladimir (Portugal), I. Gamarra (Peru), Fahmal-Hindi (Palestine). Food boxes to be sent to the countries of Asia, Africa, Latin America as humanitarian aid from the Soviet trade unions. Presentation of diplomas of graduation from the Higher School of Trade Union Movement in the USSR to trade union activists of foreign countries. Bashkiria. International competition of working skills of excavator drivers. The city of Leningrad. Meeting of the XXI working conference of the Baltic Sea countries, Norway and Iceland. A.I.Shibaev speaking. Reception AI Shibaev General Director of the International Labor Bureau F. Blanchard. The stay of the British trade union organization in the USSR. A visit by the delegation of VDNKh, Moscow Hospital named after Botkin. The city of Kiev. Meeting of the European Regional Meeting of the International Social Security Association. A visit by the delegates to the dispensary of the Khimvolokno plant. Vacationers in a trade union sanatorium on the Black Sea coast. Pioneer union camp on the Pacific coast.
Director
S. Pumpyanskaya
Color
Color
Film ID
28474
Keywords
labor
, international workers solidarity
, cultural connections
, international connections
, higher education
, health care
, childrens organizations
, international trade union movement
, state holidays
, international organizations
, great britain
Meterage
557
Number of Parts
2
Operators
V. Citron, Yu. Kolychev
Other Creators
There is no data
Release Date
1978
Sound
Has Sound

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