Documentary, 6 parts, Duration: 0:55:13A 11/14/2012
A film about the history of the Czechoslovakian Socialist Republic, newsreel of various years is used.
The film "liberation of Czechoslovakia" was created during the Great Patriotic War and was first shown to the spectators in 1945.
In 1975 celebrates its 30 th anniversary of the Great Victory over fascism.
By that date, prepared a new version of the film, which tells of modern Czechoslovakia, of its cities and people on the transformations in the country, the friendship between the Soviet and Czechoslovak people.
More episodes of the film is devoted to the President of Czechoslovakia, L. Svoboda.
Central to the film given to historical material period 1938-1945 period, to the dramatic events of the Second World War and tells about the struggle of the Czechoslovak Soviet soldiers against Nazi Germany.
Documentary, 7 parts, Duration: 1:12:56A 11/14/2012
Documentary, 2 parts, Duration: 0:19:57A 11/14/2012
The film tells about fight against alcoholism.
Documentary, 2 parts, Duration: 0:18:29A 11/14/2012
Documentary, 7 parts, Duration: 1:12:52A 11/14/2012
Documentary, 6 parts, Duration: 1:01:38A 11/14/2012
Documentary, 1 part, Duration: 0:08:48A 11/14/2012
Documentary, 2 parts, Duration: 0:20:35A 11/14/2012
Documentary, 3 parts, Duration: 0:24:14A 11/14/2012
The film is about the historical flight through North Pole to America which was made by the Soviet pilots in 1937. It became a significant milestone in history of Soviet and American relationship.
In June of 1975. in Vancouver (USA) opened a monument in honor of Chkalovsky crew, carried out 38 years ago, the historic flight across the North Pole to America.
At the opening ceremony were invited to the heroes of pilots: G. Bajdukov, Belyakov and son V. Chkalov - IgorChkalov.
In June 1975, the United States were heroes of the Soviet Union GF Bajdukov, AV Belyakov and IV Chkalov (son VPTchkalov), invited to attend the opening ceremony of a monument in honor of the historic flight Moscow - North Pole - North America "in 1937 by the Committee to celebrate the 150 th anniversary of the founding of Vancouver.