Twentieth century heritage 06/22/1998 (1998)

Telecast №82189, 1 part, duration: 0:38:53
Production: VID
Availability:Film hasn't been digitized
Anchor:Borovik Genrih

Reel №1

1. Introduction

Chronicle of 1941: Hitler and Stalin made appeals to their peoples.

2. The beginning of the work of the author in the early 60s on the theme "22 June".

Chronicle: Moscow of the 60s, Pravda Publishing House, Secretary of the Central Committee on Ideology L.F. Ilyichev.

3. Warnings to Stalin about the beginning of the war.

Filming at the cottage of Stalin.

Chronicle: Stalin in the 40s, modern shooting at the Poklonnaya Gora memorial, chronicle of the peaceful life of the 40s, Stalin and Churchill, Mao Dze Dong.

4. Berlin

March 1941. A warning about the beginning of the war from a group of German anti-fascists, sent to the Soviet Embassy in Berlin.

Chronicle (?) Soviet embassy in Berlin, the victorious march of the Nazis in Europe, Stalin on the podium of the Mausoleum, the USSR Ambassador to Germany in 1941, Dekanozov.

5. Minsk.

May 1941

The story told to the author by Colonel Starshinov, the former head of the Belarusian counterintelligence.

Chronicle: Minsk, 1941.

6. Walter Gauger.

May 1941. The story of the German defector Walter Gauger caught on the Belarusian border, his information about the beginning of the war.

Chronicle: Minsk 1941, trains on the Soviet-German border before the start of the war. , Stalin, the peaceful life of Gorky Park, the parade of the air forces of the USSR before the war.

7.L.Tsanava May 1941. Meeting of the German defector with the People's Commissar of the Belarusian NKVD Tsanava.

Chronicle Tsanava on the podium. 8.V.N.Merkulov.

May. 1941 Interrogation of the German defector by the head of the KGB of the USSR Merkulov.

Chronicle with Merkulov.

9.May-June 1941. Chronicle of peaceful life in June 1941.

Numerous reports of an attack by the Nazis, German planes, Hitler at the map, the morning of June 22, the Soviet-German border, the beginning of the invasion.

10. Minsk.

June 1941. "Numerous posts from Minsk to Moscow.

Moscow reacted to them only at 6 pm., The Chronicle of the German invasion.

Calendar: 06/22/1998

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