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Who Woke up the Steppe

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Abstract
Development of virgin lands of the Kazakh SSR. Sunrise and sunset. Newsreel footage: seeing the first virgin lands at the station, their arrival in the Kazakh SSR to develop new lands. Virgin land state farms: "Dvurechny", "Izhevsk", "Svobodny", "Kursk", "Karakolsk", "Moscow". Virgin land workers work on agricultural machinery, on a poultry farm, pollinate wheat fields from an airplane, graze livestock, harvest grain, hold meetings, lay water pipes, get new apartments, relax, and play sports. Students arrive by train at the Atbasar station, work on the construction of new houses. A visit to the "Moskovsky" state farm by a group of foreign diplomats. Diplomats in the wheat fields, talking with the director and agronomist of the state farm, inspecting equipment, getting acquainted with new varieties of wheat, riding the bus, photographing the streets of the state farm. The story about the death of the Hero of the Soviet Union D.P.Nesterenko during the development of virgin lands of the Kazakh SSR, a monument to him. Winter and summer landscapes of the steppe.
Director
M. Dulepo
Color
Color
Film ID
19951
Keywords
leisure
, state agricultural enterprises
, automobile transport
, everyday life
, water supply
, agriculture
, aviation of special purpose
, diplomatic relations
, railway transport
Meterage
1325
Number of Parts
5
Operators
Y. Litvyakov, O. Karavaev
Other Creators
Screenplay by V. Rapoport, M. Dulepo, M. Berkovich, music by V. Bulgarovsky, sound by V. Polyakov, announcer L. Khmara
Release Date
1964
Sound
Has Sound

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