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Foreign chronicle 1978 № 2

Newsreel, 1 part, Duration: 0:09:28 to collection A 11/14/2012

1syuzh. - Town of Pleven.

Secretary of the BCP Central Committee appears violet.

At a rally in favor Soviet Ambassador in Bulgaria vazovskih. 2syuzh. - Cairo.

Passes Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin.

The negotiations between Sadat and Begin.

Stands Sadat.



Foreign chronicle 1978 № 3

Newsreel, 1 part, Duration: 0:09:34 to collection A 11/14/2012

1syuzh. - Women are playing with children.

NATO troops.


The boy signed the protest.

They talk to participants of the Conference on Disarmament. , Chairperson of the Council of Ministers of the Hungarian People's Republic of Lazar, the first secretary of the Komsomol Pastukhov, first secretary of the Hungarian Communist Youth Union Maroteaux.

Demonstration of youth. 2syuzh. - Polish petrochemical plant in Plock.

Welder on construction.


Foreign chronicle 1978 № 4

Newsreel, 1 part, Duration: 0:09:38 to collection A 11/14/2012

1syuzh. - Military parade in New Delhi in the Republic Day.

Should the President of India Sanjiva Reddy.

Gymnasts. 2syuzh. - Workshops of the Czechoslovak aviation plant "years-Kunowice.

Workers on the assembly.

Test aircraft. 3syuzh. - Meeting of the members of the Italian Government.

Street clashes.

Secretary General spoke of the Italian Communist Party Enrico Berlinguer.


Foreign chronicle 1978 № 5

Newsreel, 1 part, Duration: 0:09:22 to collection A 11/14/2012

1syuzh. - Czechoslovakia.


An employee at the loom.

Passers-by go with posters. 2syuzh. - Ethiopia.

The Ogaden region.

Market Square.



Foreign chronicle 1978 № 6

Newsreel, 1 part, Duration: 0:09:36 to collection A 11/14/2012

1syuzh. - Hungary.


Meeting of Secretaries of the Central Committees of Communist and workers' parties of socialist countries.

Says Owari.

Participants of the meeting. 2syuzh. - Bulgaria.

Fragments of the panorama Liberation of Bulgaria from the Turkish yoke. "Monument in Pleven, square, filled with people.

Meeting of the Soviet delegation, headed by A. Kuznetsov.


Foreign chronicle 1978 № 7

Newsreel, 1 part, Duration: 0:09:13 to collection A 11/14/2012

1syuzh. - Iraq. opening the power plant.

Engineers at the controls.

Oil company.

Paper Mill.

Children sit at their desks. 2syuzh. - Lebanon.

The planes bombed the city.

Ruined city.


Foreign chronicle 1978 № 8

Newsreel, 1 part, Duration: 0:09:43 to collection A 11/14/2012

1syuzh. - Lebanon.

Meeting the UN. UN troops in Lebanon.

A column of Israeli tanks on the march.

The demonstration in Beirut. 2syuzh. - Czechoslovakia.

Melt shop.

Steelmakers throw in the oven catalyst, a remote monitor management of the casting process.

Hardware computer. 3syuzh. - Poland.


Foreign chronicle 1978 № 9

Newsreel, 1 part, Duration: 0:09:38 to collection A 11/14/2012

1syuzh. - Bulgaria-Romania.


The meeting with Ceausescu, Todor Zhivkov.

Most are involved in laying the foundations for hydroelectric complex, at a meeting in Bulgaria. 2syuzh. - Lebanon.

The explosion in the courtyard of a house.

The wounded boy in the hospital.

UN checkpoint.


Foreign chronicle 1978 № 10

Newsreel, 1 part, Duration: 0:09:51 to collection A 11/14/2012

1syuzh. - Poland.

Demonstration in Warsaw. 2syuzh. - Senegal.

Passage of demonstrators on the streets of the city.

Palace of the President.

Says the president. 3syuzh. - Ethiopia.

Passage of military units with the people's militia.

Mengistu H. Mariam, on the podium.


Foreign chronicle 1978 № 11

Newsreel, 1 part, Duration: 0:09:57 to collection A 11/14/2012

1syuzh. - Czechoslovakia.

The people, Party and Government leaders welcomed the astronauts Gubareva, Romanenko, Grechko, Shatalov.

Laying wreaths at the monument to Soviet soldiers. 2syuzh. - Afghanistan.

The soldiers on the tank.

Stands Taraki. 3syuzh. - Algeria.

Participants of the conference of Information Ministers of the member countries of the front of the progressive Arab states. 4syuzh. - Bulgaria.

Varna Shipyard.