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Warsaw City

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Abstract
Poland, May-June, 1945 1h. - The destroyed Warsaw: the building of the automatic telephone exchange, the university, the library, the conservatory (16th century), the pedestal of the monument to N. Copernicus, the church, the memorial plaque on the destroyed building in which F. Chopin lived in 1830, etc. (neg. 360m). 2h -Varshavians life: dwellings - dugouts, bread trade, queue for water to a temporary well, etc. (neg. 250 m). 3h - Reconstruction of the municipal economy: repair of houses, restoration of tram tracks and lines, work on the restoration of the power plant, etc. (n. 265). 4h - Return of residents to Warsaw. Women work clearing the streets (neg. 280 m). 5h - The funeral of Soviet soldiers and the dead Warsaw residents (neg. 120 m). 6h - Installation of standard houses sent by the USSR as a gift to the people of Warsaw. Rally dedicated to the commissioning of houses (250 m, neg.). 7h - Meeting at the station on the occasion of the arrival of the first train from Moscow and the restoration of railway communication; Vice Minister of Railways of Poland Olevinsky (100m., neg) speaks.
Director
There is no data
Color
B&W
Film ID
11068
Keywords
the second world war
, foreign countries (poland)
Meterage
1570,9
Number of Parts
7
Operators
Citron, Zakharova, Efimov
Other Creators
There is no data
Release Date
1945
Sound
No Sound

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