Around the USSR 1984 № 198

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Producer CSDF (RCSDF)

Director: Grigorev I.

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View of the Kremlin from the top point.

Diploma and badge Lenin Prize "for peace between peoples."

Newsreel 1950 .: stands at the microphone G. Curie, E. Cotton, J. Farge, John.


Demonstrations of workers for peace, clashes with the police.

Family builds and sitting in a bomb shelter.

Rallies for peace, the collection of signatures.

Interview NN Blokhin (synchronously) on the social movement for peace.

Picture award winners "for peace between peoples": Pasteur Morgan, poet M. Darwish.

Newsreel 1970 .: yy composer Mikis Theodorakis among the participants of the demonstration for peace.

O.Blohin hands M.Teodorakisu Prize "for peace between peoples."

Conditional map of the European part of the USSR from the pipeline.

Construction of the pipeline in the polar regions.

Works excavator.

Diver plunges into the river.

Natural landscapes, where the construction of the pipeline.

The plane moves along the ground on a background of an oil derrick.

The settlement of the pipeline builders in the Ukraine.

Working dining room.

International cooperation at a construction site.

Interviews (synchronously) German Brigadier installers of solving the problem of energy supply.

The span of the pipeline route

Poster folk ensemble under the direction of Vladimir Nazarov.

Rehearsal musicians playing folk instruments.

Vladimir Nazarov's travel records Georgian songs performed male chorus.

Mountain scenery. V. Nazarov rehearses with his ensemble Georgian melody.

Live performance: the audience in the hall, the musicians sing at the microphone, applause.

Execution of Moldovan folk melodies.

Applause in the hall.


NN Blokhin - Soviet surgeon-oncologist, academician. M. Theodorakis - Greek composer and politician.


1950s 1970s


Moscow [820] Ukraine [229] Georgia [83]

Public figures; Construction; International cooperation; Musicians