Concerto for Orchestra with NATO. (1994 - 1995)

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Movie №1 Concerto for Orchestra with NATO

NATO exercises.

People on the streets of Moscow answer the question "What is NATO?" (Synchronously).

NATO Secretary General V.Klaas conducts the orchestra.

Types of Brussels.

Photos of meetings between representatives of NATO.

Conducts V.Klaas.

Passers-by on the streets - different plans.

Soviet Field of Glory in the Netherlands, laying flowers at the monument to fallen Soviet soldiers.

Museum of the Second World War in the Netherlands.

Interview with the founder and director of the museum, Jan Drissenom.

The exhibits of the museum.

Chronicle 1941 1945gg: German soldiers marching, drop bombs, collapsing building, exploding ship, off the plane.

Ruined city.

Paratroopers in the air.


Victory Park, military equipment.

Muscovites answer a reporter's question: "What is NATO?"

Multrabota - Map, a portrait of Stalin.

Images from the film library of NATO: A Chronicle of War

1949 - Washington, DC.

1956 - Berlin.

1956 - The events in Hungary.

1968 - The events in Czechoslovakia.

Modern Berlin, decommissioning of the Berlin Wall.

Interview with a representative of NATO.

NATO headquarters in Brussels.

Meetings of NATO - different plans.

Bill Clinton talks with NATO.

Interview V.Churkina.

Joint exercises countries belonging to NATO. Ukrainian soldiers in the armies of NATO.

Air and naval forces of NATO - different plans.


The teachings of NATO troops.

Editorial city plans; passers-by on the streets, passing cyclists; girl feeding pigeons.

Signs plans of Brussels.

V.Klaas conducts the orchestra.


Klinton B. Churkin V. Klaas V. -- Belgian statesman and politician


1994-1995 1941-1945 - World War II 1949-1968 - The events in Hungary and Czechoslovakia


Europe Belgium Netherlands USA

Culture and Arts; Towns and countries; Foreign policy; Wars, conflicts and disasters; World War II