The aggravation of Soviet-British relations. (1927)
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Scene №1 The aggravation of Soviet-British relations
The Minister of foreign Affairs of great Britain D. Chamberlain out of the building and sits in the car.
B. Mussolini rides on the path of the Park.
Pilsudski talks with Polish politicians.
The streets of Leningrad passing car, which dropped leaflets that people pick them.
People on the street to buy a newspaper and begins to read them.
The message text of the British note to the Soviet Union and the actions of the Soviet government.
View of the demonstrations on the streets of Moscow against the hostile policy of great Britain.
The demonstrators carried banners with slogans.
PersonnelChamberlain, Joseph Austen-British statesman and political figure, diplomat Benito Mussolini-Italian statesman and political figure Jozef Pilsudski-Polish statesman and political figure
London Warsaw Rome Leningrad Moscow
SeasonsSpring  Summer 
Foreign policy; Demonstrations; Political figures; History