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Warsaw

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Abstract
1h - The command post of Marshals G.K. Zhukov and K.K.Rokossovsky in the forest. Meeting at the headquarters of Colonel-General G.K. Batov. Observatory of the commander of the 43rd Army, Lieutenant General Gusev; Colonel-Generals Chuikov and S.I. Rudenko and others (220m). 2h - Attack of Soviet army units from a bridgehead on the outskirts of Warsaw - Prague (neg. 80, 7; lav. 80, 7 m). 3h - Construction of a pile bridge by soldiers of the Polish army and passage of soldiers and equipment across the bridge (neg. 203 m). 4h -Attack of units of the Polish division. T. Kosciuszko (in the field) (neg. 157, 4). 5h - Shooting of Soviet and Polish artillery batteries (neg. 66m). 6h - Pilots of the 1st Polish air regiment "Warsaw" are preparing to carry out a combat mission (neg. 34 m). 7h - Types of destroyed Warsaw. Street fighting. (n. 175, 7 m (1 box) + neg. 255, 8 m (2 box)). 8h - Rewarding of soldiers and officers at the "Kozma Minin" armored train. German transit camp in Pruzhkov (neg. 100; lav. 100 m). 9h - Ferry of Polish and Soviet troops across the river. Vistula (neg. 307 m). 10 hours - 2 Guards Assault Aviation Division of the 16th Air Army. Polish Air Division. Meeting of the command with the command of the armored train "Kozma Minin" (neg. 204 m). 11h - Polish and Soviet troops in Warsaw. Rally at Jerusalem Alley. Groups of German prisoners and others (neg. 239 m). 12h - The Red Banner Dnieper Flotilla on the outskirts of Warsaw. Road works. (194 m. Neg.). 13h - A meeting of workers in the village of Staluva Volya. Help of the Polish population of the Soviet army. Forcing the Vistula by boats (neg. 163 m).
Director
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Color
B&W
Film ID
10901
Keywords
the second world war
, foreign countries (poland)
, military unions
Meterage
2359, 1
Number of Parts
13
Operators
R. Carmen, V. Komarov, E. Aron, S. Kiselev, E. Mukhin, I. Poselsky, N. Soloviev, V. Tomberg, L. Mazrukho, A. Ibragimov, Sokolov, Mogilevsky
Release Date
1944
Sound