Visit of Nikolay Bulganin Bulganin and Nikita Khrushchev to Great Britain.. (1956)
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AnnotationThe film tells about the visit to Britain, NS Khrushchev and NA Bulganin in the spring of 1956.
Historical backgroundHistorical. April 14, 1956 NA Bulganin and NS Khrushchev departed from Moscow to Kaliningrad, where the cruiser Ordzhonikidze left for England at the invitation of the British Government.
Temporary descriptionMoscow. Bulganin and Nikita Khrushchev on the platform of the Belarusian station. Among the mourners Shvernik, Malenkov, Molotov. The city of Kaliningrad. Cruiser "Ordzhonikidze" at the port. Khrushchev and Bulganin welcome sailors visiting cruiser, talking with British Naval Attache Norte. Arrival cruiser in Portsmouth. On the pier is a military band, English sailors, photographers. Khrushchev and Bulganin bypass the guard of honor. City of London. Bulganin and Khrushchev out of the train car. Among the welcoming British Prime Minister Anthony Eden, the Foreign Minister S. Lloyd and others. Speakers (synchronous) Anthony Eden, NA Bulganin. Residents London welcomed the Soviet people.
Seeing NA Bulganin and NS Khrushchev and their escorts at the Belarusian station.
Among the mourners - GM Malenkov, VM Molotov, NM Shvernik, KE Voroshilov.
In Kaliningrad port berth cruiser "Ordzhonikidze".
Kaliningrad residents welcome Bulganin and Khrushchev.
On board the cruiser commander gave a report Bulganin and Khrushchev.
NA Bulganin welcomes sailors.
Cruiser out to sea.
NA Bulganin and NS Khrushchev on board the cruiser, talking with the sailors, chatting with British naval attache in the Soviet captain Norte.
Cruiser "Ordzhonikidze" is a port.
Our people on the dock.
NA Bulganin and NS Khrushchev and their attendants go out of the ship.
Report of honor of British sailors.
NA Bulganin passes an honor guard.
There is a train from the Soviet government delegation.
Londoners on the streets.
Corresponding to the platform of the station.
Atmosphere - British Prime Minister Sir Anthony Eden, the Foreign Minister Selwyn Lloyd and others.
Bulganin, Khrushchev and Sir Eden to the microphone.
At the microphone stand, Sir Anthony Eden, and N. Bulganin (synchronously).
Machines with visitors passing through the city.
Londoners greet guests.