Volga lights № 5 P. A. Stolypin.Saratov pages. (1992)

Newsreel №76566, 1 part, duration: 0:09:09, black-white
Production: Nizhne-Volzhskaya newsreel studio
Director:S. Lukin
Camera operators:Yu. Popov
Sound mixer:V. Kolodeznij
Other authors:M. Kudasov, I. Sokolov, G. Lukjyanova


The issue is dedicated to P. A. Stolypin and his activities as the Saratov Governor.

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View of the building in Saratov, where the Museum of memory of P. A. Stolypin was opened in 1913.

Portrait Of Stolypin.

Coat of arms of the Stolypin family.

View of a building with columns.

Portrait of Stolypin in high school years.

Photos and portraits of Stolypin in his youth and at the beginning of public service.

View of the house in Saratov, where Stolypin lived, as Governor, and took vowels of the city Duma.

Photo of Stolypin and his wife.

Panorama of the wall of the house where Stolypin lived.

The house on the corner of Volskaya and Malaya Sergievskaya streets, where the Stolypin family later moved.

Portrait Of Stolypin.

View of the house where Stolypin lived.

Photo of Stolypin among the members of the Saratov provincial administration.

Panorama of the streets in Saratov.

Photo of Stolypin accepting bread and salt from the peasants.

Documents from the 1905 period signed by Stolypin.

Photos of farmers in the Saratov province.

Texts of Stolypin's telegrams demanding decisive action to suppress peasant unrest.

View of a dilapidated village house.

An elderly woman in the yard.

Photo of a peasant.

A horse-drawn sleigh passes along the road.

Photo of participants in one of the peasant unrest.

Photo of Stolypin after taking the post of Minister of internal Affairs.

Photo of the monument to Stolypin in Saratov.

Doctor of historical Sciences, Professor V. A. dines speaks about the situation in the Russian Empire by 1906, about the desire of Patriotic forces to restore order by any measures, about the exaggeration of Russia's economic position and place in the world during the reign of Stolypin, about the factors that caused the current rise in interest in the personality of Stolypin (synchronously).

Portrait of Stolypin in court uniform.

Historian of the University of North Carolina E. Lewis expresses his opinion about Stolypin as a great reformer, about Stolypin's relations with Emperor Nicholas II, about his plans for the development of the Russian state (synchronously).

A book about Stolypin's state activities, published in the Russian Empire, fragments of published documents.

Stolypin's face on a new icon among Russian statesmen.

Panorama of Chernyshevsky square in Saratov.

Fragment of a painting by a contemporary artist.

Monument to Lenin in Saratov.

Leaning domes of one of the Orthodox churches.

Monument to Dzerzhinsky in Saratov.

Illustration for one of the works of Saltykov-Shchedrin.

Fragment of the monument to Lenin.

Soviet poster.

Photo of N. S. Khrushchev with M. A. Suslov.

Caricature of the perestroika period.

Photo of an Orthodox priest confessing to a woman in a hospital room.

Photo By Leonid Brezhnev.

Erotic photo of a girl.

Photo of an old fortress.

The pedestal of the bust removed for restoration in the city Park.

An elderly woman with a cart and walking down the street.

Portrait Of Stolypin.

Calendar: 1992

Locations: Saratov region [801]

Seasons: Winter [823]

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