A Word About War and Peace (1971)

Documentary №7074, 3 parts, duration: 0:31:09, black-white
Production: CSDF (RCSDF)
Availability:Film hasn't been digitized
Director:Soloveva N.
Screenwriters:Karavkin U.
Camera operators:Izvekov V., Novickiy V.
Anouncers:Khmara L.


The film tells about the movement of peace followers. It consists of three portrait-novels of the Soviet participants of this world movement.

Temporary description:

Current affairs documentary. The film materials are used TSTAKFD USSR (RTAKFD). Chronicle of the Second World War: fighting the Soviet and German forces, explosions, fires, destruction, wounded, refugees, were killed, street fighting, soldiers in the trenches, in moments of leisure. War veteran NA Levshin memorial plaque with his name in the lists of the dead. The name of the NA Levshina removed from the board. Veteran war VI Golovchenko, chief engineer of the farm "Priazovskii" at work. Cleaning grain combine. War veteran, poet A. Surkov passes through the forest, sitting in the garden, gives interviews (synchronously). The former prisoner of Auschwitz, A. Smyshnikova with foster parents and relatives: his mother and sister. His own mother Smyshnikovoy A. A. Korolev and stepmother Khozina give interviews (synchronously). Personnel news: prisoners of the Auschwitz camp, including children, Prisoners are taken from the camp. Personnel chronicles devoted to the struggle for peace: rallies in the city of Leningrad, in favor of NK Cherkasov, demonstrating the struggle for peace, congresses and sessions of the peace in Paris, Warsaw, Moscow, Stockholm, signed the Stockholm Appeal, among those present and speak at meetings and activities of peace activists: J. Curie, E. Cotton, J. Johnson, D. BARNALA, A. Fadeev, I. Ehrenburg (synchronously), AN Cherkasov (reading poetry, synchronously), A. Korneichuk (synchronously), Tikhonov (synchronously), R. Chandra, M. Kotov, B. Field, Y. Borisov, K. Govorushin.

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The film tells the story of the peace movement, and consists of three short stories, portraits of Soviet participants in the worldwide movement.

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