Telecast, 1 part, Duration: 0:39:55.9V2 2/20/2018
The beginning of privatization in Russia
Telecast, 1 part, Duration: 0:25:06.33V2 2/20/2018
Topic - The trial of the CPSU.
The plot of the CPSU.
Makarov Andrey, Valentin Martemyanov, Anatoly Salutsky talk about the trial of the CPSU, the participation of the CPSU in the August coup, the confiscation of property of the CPSU.
Migranyan Andranik speaks about the suit of the CPSU in the Constitutional Court to the government of Russia.
Telecast, 1 part, Duration: 0:16:45.499V2 2/20/2018
Kraiko Alexander, Migranyan Andranik, Zhuravlyov Anatoly talk about the restoration of the destroyed economic ties with the republics of the former USSR, the establishment of a committee for the coordination of economic ties, stabilization in society and privatization.
Migranyan Andranik speaks about the creation by Yeltsin of the power vertical, the security council, the power methods of government, the softening of social tension and relations between Russia and the CIS countries.
Telecast, 1 part, Duration: 0:39:02V2 2/20/2018
The first attempt to overthrow NS Khrushchev, 1957.
It is believed that the first serious (and successful) attempt to overthrow Nikita Khrushchev from the post of the country's leader was the conspiracy of the highest Soviet party leaders in the summer-autumn of 1964.
In fact, Nikita Sergeevich could retire 7 years earlier, in the summer of 1957. June 18 at a meeting of the Presidium of the CPSU Central Committee with sharp criticism in his address Was made by the "old Stalinist guard" - Kaganovich, Molotov and Malenkov, who still retained their positions in the party and state.
It is not known how the events would turn out if not for the position of the USSR Minister of Defense, Marshal G. Zhukov.
In fact, Zhukov saved Khrushchev, ordering to deliver to Moscow all the members of the Central Committee on military aircraft.
The plenum of the Central Committee of the CPSU was urgently convened, the Molotov-Malenkov-Kaganovich group was convicted, Khrushchev remained at his post.
Khrushchev did not accept extremely harsh measures towards his opponents: he appointed Molotov ambassador to Mongolia, Malenkov sent to lead the hydroelectric power station in Ust-Kamenogorsk, Shepilova made director of the Institute of Economics of the Academy of Sciences of Kirghizia.
Telecast, 1 part, Duration: 0:39:07V2 2/20/2018
Capture of hostages in Sarapul, 1981.
On December 17, 1981, servicemen Alexander Melnikov and Akhmetzhan Kolpakbayev deserted from the military unit, taking weapons with them.
On the same day, they broke into the class of the Sarapul school No. 12, declared the students hostages and issued an ultimatum to the administration: the provision of passports and departure to the United States.
Negotiations lasted about sixteen hours.
Around the school, the police kept crowds of citizens.
At the school, the KGB and the Ministry of Internal Affairs together with the city administration worked out options for the release of children.
The captain Vladimir Orekhov, the head of the Sarapul city department of the KGB, went to the terrorists as a hostage.
Telecast, 1 part, Duration: 0:38:56.854V2 2/20/2018
Snow avalanche in Sochi in 1998.
Telecast, 1 part, Duration: 0:39:01.012V2 2/20/2018
Military conflict on the bank of the Khalkhin-Gol River in 1939.
Telecast, 1 part, Duration: 0:34:58.653V2 2/20/2018
The Caribbean crisis of 1962.
Telecast, 1 part, Duration: 0:34:56.28V2 2/20/2018
The Caribbean campaign of Soviet submarines, 1962.
October 1962 year.
The USSR deploys a missile base in Cuba.
In response, the US announced the beginning of the sea blockade of the island.
The world is on the threshold of the Third World War.
The American president calls on the Soviet leadership and Prime Minister Khrushchev to "renounce actions that threaten peace on Earth." On October 27, the press reported on the readiness of the USSR to remove all weapons from Cuba, which the US considers to be offensive.
These facts from the history of the Caribbean crisis are known to every schoolboy.
Telecast, 1 part, Duration: 0:35:03.6V2 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.