Arrival W. Churchill and Harriman A. Moscow. (1942)
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Panorama of Rome in the bend of the Tiber River, with the aircraft.
Piazza Venezia, with the aircraft.
Monument to Julius Caesar.
The ruins of ancient Rome.
Ruined palaces of the era of Nero.
Via dei Trionfo.
Arch of Constantine.
The buildings of the Renaissance.
The ruins, walls with frescoes.
The Colosseum and the park around it.
The fountains of the city.
The ruins of the Roman era of Tiberius, surrounded by the city's traffic and modern buildings.
Tiber-its embankments and bridges.
View from the plane on a university town.
Pillar obelisk Mussolini.
Huge sculptures around the stadium arena.
Fortress-Adriana seen the dome of St.
Peter's in the Vatican.
Seacoast citizens to buy up and sunbathers
Key wordsItaly, landmarks, monuments, sculpture, river, bridge, people
Scene №1 Arrival W. Churchill and Harriman A. Moscow
Soviet diplomatic personnel, representatives of foreign embassies are on the airfield, passes Marshal SK Timoshenko British transport plane stops at the airport after landing.
W. Churchill out of the plane, greeted with VM Molotov Churchill and Molotov at the plane.
The plane are A. Harriman, British General A. Brooke, a British diplomat Alexander Cadogan
Tymoshenko welcomes Churchill, standing next to Molotov, Churchill greeted with Soviet diplomats.
Persons Churchill and Molotov.
It should honor guard.
A Soviet officer holding hand on head coverings, the British national anthem sounded.
PersonnelVyacheslav Molotov - state and political figure Winston Churchill - British statesman and politician Semen K. Timoshenko - commander Alan Brooke - British commander Averell Harriman, William - American statesman, diplomat Alexander Cadogan, George Montague - British diplomat
World War II; International cooperation; Foreign policy; Political figures; Generals and war heroes
The US military is talking at the airport awaiting the arrival of W. Churchill Tymoshenko SK talks with diplomats and the military.
Churchill at the airport after arriving in Moscow says the welcome speech, standing in front of the microphone (synchronous translation into Russian language subtitles).
Harriman speech, standing in front of a microphone (synchronously, subtitle translation), stand behind Churchill and Tymoshenko present listening performance Harriman.
Churchill and Molotov go to the car, Churchill shows two fingers the V letter, sits in the car.
PersonnelVyacheslav Molotov - state and political figure Winston Churchill - British statesman and politician Semen K. Timoshenko - commander Averell Harriman, William - American statesman, diplomat
World War II; Foreign policy; Political figures; International cooperation