How it was (1997) 11/08/1997
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The plot - people on the streets of Moscow talk about the October Revolution.
The theme of the program is the Eighty Years of the October Revolution of 1917.
Antonov-Ovseyenko Anton speaks about the revolution of 1917, his father who led the storming of the winter palace and pogroms in Petrograd.
Nikonov Vyacheslav speaks about the revolution of 1917 and his grandfather Molotov Vyacheslav Mikhailovich, a Russian revolutionary, a Soviet political and state figure.
Serebryakova Zorya talks about the human tragedies that occurred during the revolution, his father, the revolutionary Leonid Petrovich Serebryakov and his childhood.
Newsreel - Okudzhava Bulat sings a song.
Petrovsky Leonid speaks about the revolution of 1917 and his repressed father Petrovsky Petr Grigorievich.
The plot is a cemetery, graves shot during revolutions.
Kollontai Vladimir speaks about the revolution of 1917 and his grandmother revolutionist Kollontai Alexandra Mikhailovna.
The plot of the dismantling of the monument to Dzerzhinsky Felix on Lubyanka Square.
The symphonic orchestra performs the requiem of Artem Vyacheslav in the big hall of the Moscow Conservatory.
PersonnelAntonov-Ovseenko Anton Vladimirovich is a Soviet and Russian historian and writer. Nikonov, Vyacheslav Alekseevich - historian, president of the "Politika" Foundation. Serebryakova Zorya Leonidovna - Doctor of Historical Sciences. Petrovsky Leonid Petrovich - historian. Kollontai Vladimir Mikhailovich is a Soviet economist, doctor of economic sciences, professor.