An Account To People.. (1960)
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AnnotationAbout Nikita Khrushchev’s report about the work of the 15th session of the GeneralAssembly of the UN.
Historical backgroundWorkers rally in Moscow was held at the Sports Palace October 20, 1960.
Temporary descriptionCity of Moscow, 20 October 1960. A meeting of workers of the capital at the Palais des Sports, on the activities of the Soviet delegation at the 15th session of UN General Assembly. Speakers: Demichev, V. Zhigaeva, VV Vinogradov, Khrushchev (synchronously). The demonstrators applauded, voted for the adoption of a resolution endorsing the activities of the Soviet delegation and its leader Khrushchev.
Muscovites go to the Palace of Sports of the rally - LS., MS., CU.
Thousands of workers in Moscow in the Palace of Sports at the rally - PNRM.
The leaders of the Communist Party and the Soviet government took place on the podium.
At the podium: Khrushchev, First Secretary of the City Party Committee Demichev, FR Kozlov, Mikhail Suslov, EA Furtseva, Gromyko, NA Mukhitdinov DS Polanski, PN Pospelov, Shvernik, NT Ignatov, A. Voroshilov, Budyonny and others.
Demichev opens the meeting and makes a speech to Khrushchev (synchronously).
Welcoming addresses are: borer 1st State Bearing Plant Nazarov, Brigadier vegetable-growing farm team "Ogorodny giant" V. Zhigaeva, Hero of Socialist Labor, Academician Vinogradov, a student at the Architectural Institute Zelentsova (synchronously).
Rally participants listen, applaud - MS., CU.
Goes to the podium first secretary of the CPSU Central Committee, Chairman of the USSR Council of Ministers Nikita Khrushchev, PNRM. the hall - LS.
Khrushchev speaking at a rally (synchronously).
Operator with camera in the room - LS.
Khrushchev speaking at a meeting dedicated to the arrival of the Soviet government delegation from the XV Session of the UN General Assembly (synchronously).
Rally participants listen, applaud - MS., CU., LS.
Read out the draft resolution meeting.
Demichev leads rally.
Those present at the meeting voted in favor of the text of the resolution, applaud - LS., MS.