Back

Vocabulary

Film Information

Please find all relevant information about this film we have on file below.

Abstract
Moscow city. Exhibits of the Museum of the Revolution, including a burnt Czech-Russian dictionary, found in 1942 in an unexploded high-explosive bomb filled with sand that pierced the roof of the pedagogical institute. The authors of the film are conducting an investigation, meeting in Czechoslovakia with citizens who worked during the Second World War at German military factories who participated in sabotaging the production of military equipment and ammunition; rescuing Soviet prisoners of war. Interviews given by: Pyotr Hron, Eduard Hotz, Anna Virtova-Shtruntsova, Maria Marek. Maria Marek from the village of Horní Jeleni tells about her husband Edmund Marek, who put a Czech-Russian dictionary in a sand bomb.
Director
S. Razdorsky, P. Flak
Color
Color
Film ID
32136
Keywords
the second world war
, cultural connections
, cinema
Meterage
556,6
Number of Parts
2
Operators
P. Vaska
Other Creators
Music by S. Havelka, sound by I. Voskresenskaya, script by P. Flak, M. Abelev
Release Date
1980
Sound
Has Sound

Search our catalogs or contact us today.