Telecast, 1 part, Duration: 0:34:58V2 2/20/2018
Hockey super series "USSR-Canada", 1972.
In Canada, the super series of 1972 in the very popular on the eve of 2000, polls were called the event of the century.
It would seem that so many years have passed, in the stands of the ice arenas, not one generation of fans has changed, but as it turned out, even now no one needs to explain what it meant to our countries, and for the entire hockey world in 1972.
By this time, the USSR team became the world champion nine times in a row, three times in a row - the Olympic champion.
These fantastic successes were connected, first of all, with the names of great coaches: Anatoly Tarasov and Arkady Chernyshev.
After the victory at the Olympics in Sapporo, they started talking seriously about the idea that Tarasov had been hatching for years: about a meeting of Soviet hockey players with Canadian professionals.
Not the least role in the organization of competitions played and personal love of Leonid Brezhnev to hockey.
Telecast, 1 part, Duration: 0:35:11V2 2/20/2018
The great story of "Small Earth", 1976.
What is the "Little Land" and who is its author, every Soviet schoolboy knew.
This book was studied in the institutes, defended theses on it, it stood in a place of honor in all libraries of the country, and what epithets the journalists gave this book ...
Of the entire cycle of memoirs, whose author is Leonid Brezhnev, the most famous trilogy is "Little Land", "Revival" and "Tselina."
For the first time the trilogy was printed in the issues of the magazine "Novyi mir" for 1978, in the future the circulation of each book was 15 million copies.
The books were published separately and together, they were translated and sent to the national libraries of 120 countries.
In 1980, Leonid Brezhnev was awarded the Lenin Prize for Literature.
Telecast, 1 part, Duration: 0:35:05.32V2 2/20/2018
March 18, 1980 at the top secret Plesetsk cosmodrome occurred one of the most classified catastrophes in the history of the USSR. Shooting catastrophe does not exist.
According to one version, this is due to the fact that the launch of the Vostok-2 launch vehicle was an ordinary, almost routine.
According to other sources, the film with the record of the explosion in Plesetsk was destroyed almost immediately.
The explosion killed about 50 people.
According to the KGB, it was about sabotage, but a thorough investigation revealed a monstrous picture of irresponsibility that reigned in manufacturing plants.
The leadership of the KGB did not dare to give Brezhnev the results of the investigation and blamed all the blame on the "switchmen" - the missile crew's combat calculation.
Confirmation of the inaccuracy of the investigation and the actions of the governmental commission was the pre-emergency situation at the cosmodrome on July 27, 1981, when the temperature The fuel indicators during refueling of the rocket completely coincided with the data of the catastrophe on March 18, 1980.
Telecast, 1 part, Duration: 0:35:00.608V2 2/20/2018
The theme of the program is "Football match of the USSR - Chile". 1973 "
Newsreel - Mexico, 1970.
Football match of the USSR-Uruguay.
Lovchev Evgeny speaks about the composition of the USSR soccer team, football matches with the Brazilian, English teams and the German team.
Telecast, 1 part, Duration: 0:36:50.44V2 2/20/2018
"Banner of Victory over the Reichstag."
For 55 years the Victory Banner is the most precious relic of our history.
The prime ministers and general secretaries bowed before him.
By presidential decree, it was elevated to the rank of national shrine.
In all there were about forty different in shape and size of red flags that fluttered above the building of the German parliament.
But only one of them had the honor of becoming the Banner of Victory, a symbol of the triumph of the Red Army in the war against the German invaders, and the Mikhail Egorov and Meliton Kantaria who set him up became national heroes.
Someone will say: "Is not it a lot for two? .." We copied our history dozens of times, but today we just want to remember all the unjustly forgotten Victory Bearers, the soldiers to whose feet Berlin fell.
Telecast, 1 part, Duration: 0:35:04.6V2 2/20/2018
Terrorist act in the Armenian parliament on October 27, 1999.
The death of the Prime Minister of Armenia Vazgen Sargsyan, the Chairman of the National Assembly Karen Demirchyan and six other deputies.
Special reportage of the Armenian television.
Negotiations with terrorists, led by former journalist Nairi Hunanyan, special operation, the release of hostages.
Witnesses of the tragedy together remember this terrible day, restore the picture of events and try to figure out what motivated people who dared to step so desperately, who could stand behind the attack, whether it was possible to prevent it.
The meeting is attended by the journalist Vahan Vardanyan, the assistant to the Prime Minister Tigran Hakobyan, the head of the military police Vladimir Gasparyan and the deputy of the People's Assembly Hmayak Hovhannisyan.
The program includes fragments of interviews with Armenian President Robert Kocharian, deputy Edmund Tsaturyan, chairman of the National Assembly Armen Khachatryan, the Minister of Health Hayk Nikoghosyan, as well as with the classmate of the terrorist leader, journalist Anna Israelian, and with his mother Natella Hunanyan.
Telecast, 1 part, Duration: 0:37:00.912V2 2/20/2018
Newsreel December 1979: the entry of Soviet troops into Afghanistan.
Soviet Afghan soldiers in one of their villages.
Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences Boris Bolotovsky speaks about the negative reaction of Soviet physicists to the proposal to exclude Sakharov A.D. From the Academy of Sciences of the USSR, about Sakharov's scientific work in Gorky, his impressions of his meeting with Sakharov in exile, about Sakharov's support by his colleagues On the institute, the refusal of Soviet physicists to sign a letter condemning Sakharov, about Sakharov's character.
Head of the archive A.D. Sakharova Bella Koval explains the reasons for the absence of the protest of human rights defenders against Sakharov's expulsion, the trip to Gorky and the meeting with Sakharov and Bonner in 1981, and subsequent questioning by her KGB officers.
Telecast, 1 part, Duration: 0:35:03.64V2 2/20/2018
"The Cholera Epidemic, 1970".
For many centuries, an easily transmitted and rapidly developing disease has claimed millions of lives.
On the territory of the USSR, cholera was officially defeated in 1938.
All subsequent outbreaks of this terrible disease in the summer of 1942, 1943, 1965 and 1970 were strictly classified.
All employees of the epidemiological service had a second degree of secrecy.
Participants in the fight against the epidemic have given signings of non-disclosure.
The outbreak of cholera in the south of the country at the height of the holiday season in 1970 threatened to absorb virtually the entire territory of the USSR. To fight the epidemic was created The Extraordinary Commission, which included members of the KGB. The troops cordoned off the resort areas, traffic ceased completely, the movement of trains And the planes were extremely limited, only those who had successfully passed the triple observing could leave or fly home.
Telecast, 1 part, Duration: 0:35:04.12V2 2/20/2018
Leningrad, February 23, 1991.
At 8 o'clock in the morning on the 7th floor of the hotel "Leningrad" a fire broke out.
At that time the famous French actress Marina Vladi, journalist Ogonyok Mark Grigoriev and several groups of foreign filmmakers lived in the hotel.
After a while after the fire report, almost all the fire brigades of the city were pulled to the hotel.
The main difficulty was that the stairs of the fire trucks did not reach the seventh (actually the tenth) floor, maximum to the fourth.
In addition, the firefighters did not have not only ancillary equipment in sufficient quantities, but even suitable clothing.
People were saved at the cost of incredible efforts and sixteen victims, 9 of which are firefighters.
Telecast, 1 part, Duration: 0:36:41.192V2 2/20/2018
Newsreel: Diesel electric ship "Mikhail Somov", ice-covered in March 1985 in Antarctica, a bonfire on the ice at the side, a kind of part of the ship's cutting house.
Landing of the first Soviet Antarctic expedition in 1955.
The head of the expedition Mikhail Somov speaks to the polar explorers.
Cameraman Kochetkov is filming.
"Mikhail Somov", blocked by ice in the Ross Sea in 1985.
The icebreaker "Vladivostok", going to the aid of "Mikhail Somov", during the storm in July 1985, exhausted crew members.
Pilots of a helicopter detachment of a rescue expedition during the search for "Mikhail Somov."