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How it was (2001) 05/29/2001

Telecast, 1 part, Duration: 0:35:03.6 to collection V2 2/20/2018

"Dissidents in Red Square."

August 25, 1968, Moscow, Red Square.

Eight people - philologist Larisa Bogoraz, poet Natalia Gorbanevskaya, linguist Konstantin Babitsky, physicist Pavel Litvinov, poet Vadim Delone, worker Vladimir Dremlyuga, art critic Viktor Feinberg and student Tatyana Baeva - unfolded near the Execution Ground posters with the slogans "Long live the free and Independent Czechoslovakia! "," Shame on the invaders! "," For your and our freedom! "In a few minutes, eight were pushed into cars and taken to Lubyanka.

After a while Tatiana Bayev was released.

The others on October 9, 1968 were sentenced to various terms of imprisonment.

Today Litvinov and Dremlyuga live in the USA, Gorbanevskaya and Feinberg in France, Delaunay died in Paris, only Larisa Bogoraz remained in Russia.

Their exit to Red Square was the only collective organized protest against the invasion of the USSR into Czechoslovakia.

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How it was (2001) 11/28/01

Telecast, 1 part, Duration: 0:38:09.288 to collection V2 2/20/2018

The test of nuclear weapons in the Ivanovo region in 1971.

How it was (2001) 27.03.2001

Telecast, 1 part, Duration: 0:34:48.093 to collection V2 2/20/2018

Terrorist acts in the capital of the USSR city of Moscow.

Explosion in the subway in 1977.

How it was (2001) 02/27/2001

Telecast, 1 part, Duration: 0:34:58.249 to collection V2 2/20/2018

Newsreel: the delivery of the defendants in the robberies of banks in the United States to court.

The consequences of a shootout on the tarmac at Manila airport.

Police near the building of the bank "Lyonsky credit" in Boston.

Policemen inspect the robbed postal car of the train, in which the Bank of England's money was transported.

Types of parts of London's Heathrow Airport in March 1995.

The parents of the hacker Vladimir Levin, accused of electronic robbery of City Bank in New York, are reviewing photos of his son.

A photograph of Levin in one of the western newspapers.

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How it was (2001) 26.12.2001

Telecast, 1 part, Duration: 0:38:02 to collection V2 2/20/2018

The first New Year's "Blue Light", 1962.

Probably, the program "Blue Light" became the first holiday for Soviet TV viewers.

Touching, in some places naive, but kind and sincere transfer with immediately remembered all the screensaver - the iron spiral Shukhov Tower - collected from the screens the whole country. "Ogonek" long before the advent of special projects has become, perhaps, the only major gift for every family.

A rare New Year or May Day table did without olive and champagne salad, just as a rare family did not intend to watch a favorite program from TVs.

Suffice it to recall the atmosphere in the studio itself, imitating just such family gatherings.

In the studio, the first creators of the "Blue Light" tell how it all began, reveal the technical secrets of filming and recall funny stories with participation leading and guests of the program: director Yury Bogatyrenko, editor Valentin Shatrova, cameraman Marat Larin, assistant director Anel Merkulov, actor and singer Oleg Anofriev, announcer of CT Igor Kirillov.

The program includes excerpts of the first issues of the Blue Light.

How it was (2001) 06/26/2001

Telecast, 1 part, Duration: 0:35:04.4 to collection V2 2/20/2018

"Bodybuilding in the USSR."

In Soviet times, bodybuilding, powerlifting, bodybuilding were considered bourgeois sports and were not recognized in our country.

In the 60s, enthusiasts of bodybuilding, using foreign literature, began to independently develop training complexes.

In the USSR athletic gymnastics - so in our country began to call this sport - very quickly gained popularity.

In 1965 the first Moscow championship in athletic gymnastics was held.

The winner was Igor Petrukhin.

Because of the increased popularity in athletic gymnastics began to move athletes from other sports, which inevitably led to outrage sports leadership.

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How it was (2001) 10.24.2001

Telecast, 1 part, Duration: 0:35:07.415 to collection V2 2/20/2018

Weapons for China: the history of interstate relations between the USSR and the PRC.

How it was (2001) 01/23/2001

Telecast, 1 part, Duration: 0:34:53.6 to collection V2 2/20/2018

The uprising in Tbilisi, 1956.

On February 25, 1956, on the last day of the 20th Congress of the CPSU, the press was asked to leave the hall.

First Secretary of the CPSU Central Committee Khrushchev goes to the podium and makes a report "On the cult of the individual and its consequences."

The meeting was closed, delegates were warned about strict secrecy.

Khrushchev announced the deviations from the principles of socialist democracy, the gross violations of the rule of law, mass repression and the largest miscalculations made through the fault of Stalin.

In the capital of Georgia, the unrest began immediately.

It was openly said that in the person of Stalin Khrushchev insulted the entire nation.

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How it was (2001) 05/22/2001

Telecast, 1 part, Duration: 0:35:12 to collection V2 2/20/2018

Miner unrest in the USSR, 1989.

The striking movement of the miners did not begin on July 11, as it is commonly believed, but on April 2, 1989, when the miners of the 8th section of the mine named after the 60th anniversary of the USSR refused to go up.

Slaughterhouses demanded to bring quality food to the buffet and provide soap with soap.

On the night of July 11, the miners of the third shift at the Shevyakov mine presented the administration with economic demands.

A "chain reaction" began and soon the whole Kuzbass rose.

Of course, at first they were afraid of reprisals, but fear, according to the miners themselves, in many ways played an organizing role - the discipline of the strikers was iron.

There were strike committees, in the region banned the import and sale of alcohol, volunteers from among the striking miners organized people's druzhiny to help the police.

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How it was (2001) 20.03.2001

Telecast, 1 part, Duration: 0:34:52.08 to collection V2 2/20/2018

Third century, any mention of the fate of Soviet pilots who participated in the US-Korean war, was prohibited, with veterans took a subscription on non-disclosure.

Officially, the USSR did not participate in this war.

But in the autumn of 1950, Stalin ordered the deployment of an air corps in the north of Korea, whose task was to cover strategic facilities and rear communications of North Korean and Chinese troops.

During the fighting, Soviet pilots and anti-aircraft gunners destroyed more than 1,300 aircraft.

The losses of Koreans in this war are estimated at millions, Americans and Chinese - in tens and hundreds of thousands.

Our official losses are only 315 people, however, according to eyewitnesses, this is impossible, the real losses are much higher.

All these soldiers and officers were buried in a foreign land, the nameless graves in Port Arthur and Dalniy (Dalian) became their last place of refuge.

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