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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.


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.


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.


How it was (2001) 01/16/2001

Telecast, 1 part, Duration: 0:35:02.931 to collection V2 2/20/2018

Newsreel of 1945: Stalin IV, Truman G., Churchill U. during the work of the Potsdam Conference in July-August 1945.

Loading American atomic bean into the plane before the flight to the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki on August 6-7, 1945.

Take-off of an American bomber with an atomic bomb on board.

The explosion of an atomic bomb.

Panorama of part of Hiroshima, destroyed as a result of atomic bombardment.

Residents of the city affected by the nuclear explosion.

US President Truman gives a speech.


How it was (2001) 05/15/2001

Telecast, 1 part, Duration: 0:34:50.904 to collection V2 2/20/2018

Confrontation between the USSR and the United States.

The Star Wars of 1983.

How it was (2001) 13.03.2001

Telecast, 1 part, Duration: 0:35:04.95 to collection V2 2/20/2018

Opening of the first American national exhibition of goods and services in Sokolniki Park in Moscow in 1959.

How it was (2001) 13.03.2001

Telecast, 1 part, Duration: 0:35:16.833 to collection V2 2/20/2018

Fragment of the newsreel "Moscow Newsreel" 1959.

Fragment of the film "The Time of a Great Housewarming" 1959.

Victoria Khrulkevich speaks about holding the American National Exhibition of Goods and Services in Moscow.

Chronicle of the opening of the American National Exhibition in Moscow.

Lepanov Yuri talks about visiting the Danilov market of Moscow by US Vice-President Richard Nixon and his meeting with Khrushchev Nikita.

Fragment of videotaping meeting Nikita Khrushchev and Richard Nixonon July 24, 1959.

Runov Boris talks about Khrushchev's talk with Nikita and Richard Nixonon about the social benefits of citizens.


How it was (2001) 10.10.2001

Telecast, 1 part, Duration: 0:38:44.296 to collection V2 2/20/2018

Eyewitnesses of the events of October 20, 1982 in Luzhniki Alexander Mamedov and Svetlana Pimatova talk about the football match "Spartak" - "Haarlem" (Holland), about The number of fans present at the match and the closed entrances and exits at the stadium, the relations between the fans and the police, the causes of the tragedy after End of the match, comment on the course of events during the demonstration of the video shooting of stands and stadium entrances in Luzhniki, about Mamedov's speech at the trial.

Doctor Lev Borisenko speaks about the victims during the crush, about the police's unpreparedness for the scale of the tragedy, about the actions of the militia and medical workers, about The number and age of the victims, the need to train the police during such events.

Mothers of the dead fans Nina Novostroeva and Raisa Viktorova talk about looking for their sons, receiving news of their deaths during a stampede in the Luzhniki Stadium, On the funeral of victims of crush at various cemeteries, on the lack of assistance from the state, on the number of police officers who were at the stadium During the exit of the fans, on the closed exits from the stadium, on the presence at the court, the prosecution of witnesses and relatives of those killed by the authorities.

Former director of the Grand Sports Arena of the Central Stadium.


How it was (2001) 10.04.2001

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

In August 1985, the candidate for the post of KGB resident in London, Oleg Gordievsky, disappeared in Moscow.

At that time, he was already suspected of having links with British intelligence, and surveillance was established.

Gordievsky takes a desperate step and provokes a cunning operation, disappearing amidst a white day in Moscow and two days later appearing in the UK.

This operation even in the KGB is recognized as brilliant.

As it was - it turns out during the program.

The program includes former employees of the First Main Directorate of the KGB of the USSR Boris Grigoriev and Oleg Tsarev, a relative of OA Gordievsky Ekaterina Aliyeva and a family friend, journalist Olga Belan.

The details of Gordievsky's service in the KGB and his personal life, motives that led him to commit treason, and the consequences of this step for the Soviet intelligence services are considered.


How it was (2001) 02/06/2001

Telecast, 1 part, Duration: 0:34:56.36 to collection V2 2/20/2018

In the autumn of 1959, an American citizen who arrived in the USSR on a tourist visa applied to the official authorities for a grant of Soviet citizenship.

After some time, the request of the American citizen was granted.

His city of Minsk, the capital of the Byelorussian SSR, was defined as his place of residence.

The name of this American was Lee Harvey Oswald, and Minsk became his home for two and a half years.

Four years later, in November 1963, this man's photographs will be printed on the front pages of the largest newspapers next to the photograph of John Fitzgerald Kennedy.

The authors of the program invited people to the studio who, from 1959 to June 1962, met Oswald in Moscow and Minsk and could tell a lot about what kind of person he was.

A man whose name has been inextricably linked to the name of John F. Kennedy for many years.


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