Chronicle of 1958: F. Joliot-Curie leaves the house with his grandchildren, sits in an armchair, talks with his grandchildren, examines the fish. View of the house of F. Joliot-Curie in the Antoni-Paris suburb. Interiors of rooms in the house where F. Joliot-Curie lived and worked. Scientist's office. Chronicle of the Second World War: the occupation of France by German troops, the shooting of refugees, a parade of German troops on the Champs Elysees. German soldiers on the streets of Paris. Soldiers of the French resistance for a combat mission. The uprising in Paris: shootout in the streets of the city. Residents of Paris celebrating the victory, greet the American troops (1944). Chronicle of 1945: French scientists Irene and Frederic Joliot-Curie arrived in Moscow to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the Academy of Sciences. Meeting of the French guests with Soviet scientists. Chronicle of 1948: test of the first French nuclear reactor. French President Charles de Gaulle at the reactor. Signing of the Stockholm Appeal at a meeting of the Peace Congress in Helsinki. Among the signers F. Joliot-Curie. Speech by Joliot-Curie (synchronously). Funeral of August 11, 1958 F. Joliot-Curie in Paris.