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What Ordinary People Can Do

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Abstract
Sweden. Start of the participants of the Peace March 82 along the route Stockholm-Moscow-Minsk. The participants of the March pass through the cities: Stockholm, Turku, Helsinki, Leningrad. Meeting at the Piskarevskoye cemetery; March participants lay flowers on the graves. Speakers are speaking. Arrival of the participants of the March in Moscow, passage along Prospekt Mira. Meeting at the Exhibition of Achievements of the National Economy of the USSR. V. Tereshkova is speaking. Meeting with the participants of the Peace March 82 in the Soviet Peace Committee. Archbishop Pitirim speaking. Participants of the Peace March 82 visit the Sputnik youth camp near Moscow. Participants of the Peace March in Minsk, on the territory of the Khatyn memorial complex. Meeting in Khatyn; artist M. Savitsky, other residents of Belarus. Antiwar demonstrations, rallies in New York, Washington, Bonn, London, Vienna. USA, New York. Meeting of the second special session of the UN General Assembly on disarmament. Moscow city. World conference of religious leaders, held under the motto: "For the salvation of the sacred gift of life from a nuclear catastrophe."
Director
L. Makhnach
Color
Color
Film ID
32159
Keywords
social and political movement
, international connections
, religion
, general issues
, international organizations
, borbazamir
Meterage
1085,6
Number of Parts
4
Operators
V. Kiselev, I. Filatov, V. Lovkov
Other Creators
Sound Yu Ogandzhanov
Release Date
1982
Sound
Has Sound

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