person of the week (1995) 05/12/1995
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The veteran of the Great Patriotic War, Mark Gallay, speaks of his enthusiasm for airplanes, admits that he would have agreed to take part in the parade on May 9, but only as an aircraft pilot.
Personnel video chronicles: pilots of the 30-ies; Jump with a parachute, various types of aircraft, on the launch site, in the sky.
The planes built a figure of the letters "USSR" in the air.
Mark Gallay refutes the statement that during the war the main call to fight was "For Motherland, For Stalin!".
He never heard the second part of the slogan.
He fought for his country and for his people, who are very fond of.
Video chronicle: volunteers go to the front.
Establishes the circle of responsibility of Stalin for what happened during the Great Patriotic War.
He talks about the events of 1937.
Indicates the existing discrepancies between the official declarations of the Communist Party and the cases that it carried out.
With a misunderstanding refers to people who go to the demonstration with a portrait of Stalin.
Mark Gallai tested 125 aircraft.
He is curious about flying to space, but still prefers to deal with aircraft.
With irony responds to today's existing political parties and their leaders.
Fragments of the documentary "Munich 1936".
Fascist symbolism, torchlight procession.
Modern representatives of nationalist radical movements in Russia.
Victory Parade on Red Square.
Veterans of the Great Patriotic War are marching.
Mark Gallay talks about the abandonment of veterans, that their problems are dealt with only on the eve of May 9 - Victory Day.
PersonnelGallai Mark is a Soviet test pilot, a writer.