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USSR on Screen Number 7

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Abstract
Chronicle: 1. One of the speeches of V. I. Lenin. V. I. Lenin and V. Bonch-Bruevich on the territory of the Moscow Kremlin (1919). 2. House-museum of the Ulyanov family in Kazan. The interiors of the rooms of the house-museum. Personal belongings of V. I. Lenin. 3. House in Gorki, where Lenin lived. 4. Workers of the Leningrad Kirov Plant listen to the record with a speech by V. I. Lenin. Pupils of one of the kindergartens in Moscow decorate the Leninsky Corner in the kindergarten, are engaged in modeling, drawing, reciting poetry dedicated to Lenin. 5. Production processes in the shops of the Moscow Metallurgical Plant "Hammer and Sickle". 6. Red Navy sailors training cruiser "Comintern" in the classroom for combat training, in political studies. 7. The rise of the Substratostat to a height of 11000 m. The Substratostat is in the air.
Director
I. Setkin
Color
B&W
Film ID
14103
Keywords
metallurgy
, museums
, preschool education
, navy
, agitation and propaganda
, cities
, air transport
Meterage
228
Number of Parts
1
Operators
K. Motkov, I. Zaitsev, S. Gusev, Y. Marchenko
Other Creators
There is no data
Release Date
1941
Sound
Has Sound

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