Leningrad chronicles № 22 (1989)

Newsreel №87097, 1 part, duration: 0:10:10
Production: LSDF


The main theme of the issue - the visit to the USSR bloodline Epanchina, Baron Eduard Alexandrovich von Falz-FEIN, a philanthropist, who for many years engaged in the return of the lost treasure of Russian culture. Also in the issue looks at the course of filming the documentary series "Cops" for American television, the first issue of training school managers at Leningrad state University, the international Symposium pulmonologists and French technology of growing vegetables in the farm named after Telman.

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1. Guest from Liechtenstein-Baron E. A. Falz-Fein, church, cemetery, representative of the Cultural Foundation.

Film library: Amber Room.

2. Through the eyes of Americans: an American film group, policemen, a joint raid, in the apartment of a drunkard.

Policemen take the detainees out of the house in the presence of the residents of the house.

3. Business School at LSU: students, graduation ceremony, banquet.

4. Symposium of pulmonologists.

5. In the state farm.

Thalmann, picking cucumbers, the French farmer.

6. At the crime scene.

7. Baron E. A. Faltz-Fein in Kaliningrad.


E.O.A. fon Faljc-Fejn -- Baron, a public figure, Liechtenstein, philanthropist, member of the Board of Trustees of the St. Petersburg Suvorov military school, a member of the international Advisory Board of the Foundation "Children of Russia", honorary member of the Liechtenstein society of Russian culture. Egorshin V.M. -- Colonel of militia, doctor of law, Professor, Honored lawyer of the Russian Federation.

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