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Strong wheat intensive technology. (1987)

Documentary, 2 parts, Duration: 0:15:43.725 to collection G 7/29/2014

Meet: Uralkhimmash!. (1988)

Documentary, 2 parts, Duration: 0:19:55.293 to collection G 7/29/2014

The film is designed for young people and describes the giant of Russia's chemical machinery construction.

Increasing the weight of the train - a common problem. (1985)

Documentary, 2 parts, Duration: 0:14:29.99 to collection G 7/29/2014

The film covers some technical aspects of increasing train capacity.

Continuous casting of steel. (1978)

Documentary, 4 parts, Duration: 0:36:11.875 to collection G 7/29/2014

Progressive forms of service logging equipment. (1983)

Documentary, 2 parts, Duration: 0:14:38.87 to collection G 7/29/2014

The film demonstrates advanced methods of diagnostics, mechanization and centralization of servicing logging equipment practiced at the Perm and Arkhangelsk timber enterprises.

What can the general .... (1987)

Documentary, 2 parts, Duration: 0:19:55.146 to collection G 7/29/2014

A film about the general director of the ''Krasnoleninskneftegas'' enterprise (an oil-gas enterprise) Boris Nuriyev.


Here we are in front of you. (1987)

Documentary, 2 parts, Duration: 0:18:49.936 to collection G 7/29/2014

For example, the fate of different people studied problem of the relationship of the past to the present.

The main characters of the tape - Party veterans.

The revolutionary events of 1917 | Veterans | CPSU activity

Adoration (Sketch of Bazhov). (1977)

Documentary, 1 part, Duration: 0:09:13.633 to collection G 7/29/2014

The film is dedicated to Paul Bazhov storyteller and Ural nature that inspired the writer.

Nature films

Original alloy and harbor works. (1984)

Documentary, 1 part, Duration: 0:04:54.794 to collection G 7/29/2014

The film advertises new high-productivity machines.

Walkers. (1987)

Documentary, 1 part, Duration: 0:09:56.754 to collection G 7/29/2014

Difficulties were expecting the people of the village Beketovo invited in March of 1921 to Moscow by Lenin to take part in ''a council concerning peasantry and agriculture''.