Film
The USSR-Great Britain:a New Chapter in Relationships.. (1975)

Film-document №7727 3 parts, Duration: 0:26:46 to collection Price category A

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Producer CSDF (RCSDF)

Director: Vermisheva E.

Operators: Bgancev I., Grezin V., Zakharova G., Istomin A., Krylov A., Maksimov L., Mirumyan A., Usanov V., Filatov I.

Anouncers: Khmara L.

Text writers: Kolosov L.

Annotation

The film tells about the visit of the Prime Minister of Great Britain G. Wilson to the USSR.

Historical background

13th February 1975 in Moscow on an official visit to British Prime Minister Harold Wilson with him foreign minister arrived, James Callaghan.

Foreign policy

Policy

Temporary description

Official visit to the Soviet Union of British Prime Minister Harold Wilson, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Minister for the Commonwealth of D. Callaghan. Meeting at the airport leaders of the Soviet government. Soviet-British negotiations in the Kremlin. Participate in the negotiations: Leonid Brezhnev, Andrei Gromyko, AN Kosygin, Wilson, D. Callaghan. Laying a wreath at the tomb of the Unknown Soldier near the Kremlin wall. The trip to Leningrad, visit Piskarevsky Memorial Cemetery, the cruiser Aurora, Smolny, the Hermitage. City of Moscow. Mrs. Wilson examines the works of French impressionists in the Museum of Fine Arts named after AS Pushkin, is present at the exhibition of drawings of British children, meeting with representatives of the Soviet public in the House of Friendship with the Peoples of Foreign Countries. British guests watched the ballet of Tchaikovsky's The Nutcracker at the Bolshoi Theater. Brezhnev, Kosygin and Wilson signed Soviet-British documents. Press Conference G. Wilson and J. Callaghan.

Reel №1

State flags of the Soviet Union and Great Britain - MS.

Arrival of British Prime Minister Harold Wilson in Moscow.

Guests are greeted at the airport: the chairman of the Council of Ministers of the USSR AN Kosygin, Soviet Foreign Minister AA Gromyko, deputy chairman of the USSR Council of Ministers IV Arkhipov, VA Kirillin, and other officials.

Atmosphere are the British Ambassador to the Soviet Union, Sir Terence Garvey.

On the airfield built a guard of honor, the orchestra performs hymns of Great Britain and the USSR.

Bypass troops honor.

Muscovites welcome guests.

Moscow: the Kremlin, hitting the Grand Kremlin Palace - LS., MS.

The talks in the Kremlin between General Secretary of the CPSU Leonid Brezhnev Politburo member, Chairman of the USSR Council of Ministers AN Kosygin, member of the Politburo, the Soviet Foreign Minister AA Gromyko and British Prime Minister Harold Wilson and Foreign Affairs for the Commonwealth of James Callaghan.

Conversation.

Remove correspondents - MS.

Tomb of the Unknown Soldier near the Kremlin Wall - MS.

Eternal flame - CU.

Newsreel 1941-1945.:

Battle for Stalingrad fighting in the streets of the city - different.

Meeting soldiers - MS.

The Soviet tanks, infantry - LS., MS.

Newsreel:

A solemn ceremony at the Royal Albert Hall in honor of the victory of Stalingrad.

Laying a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier British Prime Minister Harold Wilson.

The city of Leningrad: Piskaryovskoye Memorial Cemetery - LS., MS.

Honor guard - MS., LS.

Prime Minister Harold Wilson, lays a wreath at the monument.

Reel №2

Newsreel 1941-1945.:

Siege of Leningrad: City fire, explosion.

Sneaked wounded.

Room in a ruined house.

Bus in the snow, are residents.

Cut and hung small portions bread.

Soldiers on duty, at the guns in different places of the city.

Line from the diary of Leningrad schoolgirl Tanya Savicheva - CU., PNRM., Nfp photo T. Savicheva.

Monument "May there always be sunshine," the people at the monument - MS., PNRM.

The city of Leningrad: the streets, the promenade - MS., PNRM. (With motion).

Fare machines, accompanied by honorary escort through the streets of Leningrad.

Cruiser "Aurora» - MS.

Visit the cruiser "Aurora" the British Prime Minister and his party.

Smolny - CU., PNRM., MS.

Monument VI Lenin at Smolny - MS.

Prime Minister Harold Wilson and others in the Smolny: survey study room and living room, VI Lenin, the assembly hall.

Visiting Mr.

Wilson and his party Hermitage, where a unique work of art of different eras, countries and peoples.

Wife of British Prime Minister, Mrs.

Wilson, and wife of the Minister of Foreign Affairs Mrs Callaghan acquainted with the exhibition of French impressionists in the Museum of AS Pushkin (Moscow) - Various.

Mrs.

Wilson opened an exhibition of drawings of British children.

Drawings - CU., MS.

Children at the show - CU., MS.

The House of Friendship - MS., PNRM.

Meeting Mrs.

Wilson and accompanying persons with the poet Alexei Surkov Friendship House on Kalinin Avenue - MS., PNRM.

Reel №3

The auditorium of the Bolshoi Theater - MS.

Chandelier - CU.

British Prime Minister Harold Wilson and his party in a box at the Bolshoi Ballet PI Tchaikovsky's "The Nutcracker": spectators welcome guests.

Scene from the ballet "The Nutcracker" (synchronous) - MS., PNRM.

The audience applauded - LS.

Meeting in the Kremlin General Secretary of the CPSU Leonid Brezhnev, Chairman of the USSR Council of Ministers AN Kosygin and other Soviet leaders with Prime Minister Harold Wilson, the Soviet-British negotiations.

Relieve operators - MS.

The signing of the Soviet-British documents in the Kremlin: "The joint Soviet-British statement," "Soviet-Russian protocol on consultations," "Soviet-British joint declaration on non-proliferation of nuclear weapons."

Signed by General Secretary of the CPSU Leonid Brezhnev and Prime Minister Harold Wilson.

"The long-term program for the development of economic and industrial cooperation," "a program of cooperation in science and health care," signed by the Chairman of the Council of Ministers of the USSR AN Kosygin and British Prime Minister Harold Wilson, exchanging documents.

Press conference held for Soviet and foreign journalists.

British Prime Minister Harold Wilson answers questions (simultaneously in English) - MS.

Journalists at the press conference - different.

State flags of the United Kingdom and the Soviet Union - CU.

Farewell to Prime Minister Harold Wilson and his party at the airport.

Harold Wilson passes the guard of honor, says goodbye to the Muscovites, the chairman of the Council of Ministers of the USSR AN Kosygin.

Read the cameramen - MS.

Mr.

Wilson and others climb the ladder.

Plane takes off - LS., PNRM.