Pioneerhood 1965 № 5
Film-document №11601 1 part, Duration: 0:10:01, Black-white Price category A
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Temporary descriptionRelease film magazine dedicated to the young heroes, the participants of the Second World War. Newsreels during the Second World War of 1941-1945: the fighting of the Armed Forces of the Soviet Union, Germany, burning villages, killed children, teen-signaller gives a report, teens at work in the shops of defense plants; Teens dig up hidden them crank from German cars and give away pens to Soviet soldiers, girl-Lena Orlova nurse caring for the wounded; boy guerrillas in intelligence; partisans on a mission, the explosion of a railway bridge, the children in a bomb shelter in the school, the taking of the Reichstag, the Victory Parade in Moscow. Monuments pioneer heroes Valery Volkov in Sevastopol, Yasha Gordienko in Odessa, Vite Korobkov in Feodosia, Vale Cat in Shepetivka. Pioneers take care of monuments. Newsreels: rewarding pioneering heroes: Bones Kravchuk, who saved the battle standards, Lena Orlov, Viti Petrova. Engineer Lin Orlova (Voronezh), a factory worker and Arsenal KI Kravchuk (Kyiv), working VA Petrov (Omsk) for work in industrial enterprises. City of Moscow. Parade 9 May 1965 in Red Square. Solemn Pioneer line at VDNH (Exhibition of achievements of the national economy) in front of the monuments of the pioneers, heroes Lena Golikov and Valya Kotik.