Funeral arrangements in China after the death of I.V. Stalin. (1953)
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Scene №1 Funeral arrangements in China after the death of I.V. Stalin
The funeral delegation of the Chinese Communist Party enters the building of the USSR Embassy in Beijing.
Members of the delegation enter a mourning wreath.
Honor guard at the mourning portrait of Stalin IV. in the Soviet Embassy, on the right is the Soviet ambassador to the Peoples Republic of China Panyushkin A.S.
The inscriptions on the ribbons of wreaths in Chinese, the view of one of the funeral wreaths.
One member of the Chinese mourning delegation expresses condolences to Soviet diplomats on the occasion of Stalin's death.
Sun-Yat-Sung's widow, Soong Ching Ling, rises to the rostrum before the start of the funeral rally in Tiananmen Square.
Portrait of Stalin over the rostrum of a mourning rally.
Leaders of the PRC and Soviet diplomats on the rostrum.
General view of the mourning rally.
Portrait of Stalin over the rostrum.
The front part of the rostrum, inscription hieroglyphics.
Representatives of labor collectives of Beijing and the leaders of the party organization during the minute of silence stand under the rostrum.
General view of the square during the rally (from above), panorama of the rally.
PersonnelPanyushkin Alexander Semenovich - statesman and politician, diplomat Soong Ching Ling - Chinese public and political figure
Stalin's era; History of China; China (Politics); International cooperation; Rallies; Political figures