Over the Red Square, under the Red Banner…. (1972)
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AnnotationThe film is about celebration of the 55th Anniversary of the Great October Revolution in Moscow.
Temporary descriptionMilitary parade and a workers' demonstration on Red Square on Nov. 7, 1972. Newsreel: moments of the parade in 1941 in Moscow; Victory Parade in Red Square in 1945, Marshal Zhukov toured army, Marshal Govorov consolidated regiment headed Leningrad front. Son LA Govorova, Colonel-General VL Govorov commanded a parade of 7 November 1972. Soviet Defense Minister Grechko takes parade; favor (synchronously) to the gathering from the podium of the Mausoleum. Troops, cadets of military schools, military equipment moving to Red Square are the columns of athletes, the protesters carrying placards and portraits of the leaders of the Party and government.
Pass through the streets of the column of demonstrators - LS.
The column Karacharovsky plant - deputy of the Supreme Soviet of the RSFSR fencing, Hero of Socialist Labor Nikitin, the family of the veteran Bashkin.
Newsreel 1918-1924 gg.
The first military parades.
VI Lenin in Red Square.
Participate in the parade MV Frunze, KE Voroshilov, S. Budyonny.
Parade Nov. 7, 1941.
Victory Parade of 1945.
Commanded one hundredth parade Colonel General VL Says (synchronously).
Takes the salute Defense Minister, Marshal AA Grechko.
AA Grechko Speaks (synchronously).
Listen to the troops.
Party and government leaders on the mausoleum.
On Red Square are drummers, students of military academies, schools, military units, various military vehicles, missiles.
It takes a column of athletes.
Pass the demonstrators.