Three Rivers (1930-1939)

Footage №67195, 1 part, black-white
Availability:Film hasn't been digitized

Reel №1

The chronicle of the life of Russian emigrants in Manchuria.

General view of the Russian countryside.

It is home to farmers and ranchers.

In the meadow cows.

Cossack arable land on which wheat, rye and oats.

At harvest all live and work in the field.

Lunch by the campfire.

Nearby sit the Cossacks and manchzhurtsy.

Hay mowing, women carry the sheaves.

Bulls pulling thresher.

Girl rides a horse, followed by 6 bulls driven mower.

Men and women collect hay.

Mill Village.

Milk cans were being taken to a creamery.

Production processes at the plant, the separator work.

Proceedings of the Russian and Chinese workers.

On Sunday, people go to church on a signal bells.

Interior view of the church, there is a service.

Returning villagers home.

Family sitting at the table at the samovar.

On Sunday, the village rests.

Young people dancing to the sounds of the accordion, the dancers come on stage in a circle, then the dancing couples.

Chinese and Russian soldiers dance with girls.

Cossack detachment galloping on horseback in front of the tricolor flag bearer with.

Cossacks see themselves as part of the Russian imperial army.

Racing with drawn swords.

Key words

Japan, 1930, Manchuria, immigrants, the Cossacks, agriculture, church, dance

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