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Foreign chronicle 1961 № 7

Newsreel, 1 part, Duration: 0:09:05 to collection A 11/14/2012

Egypt (UAR), Cairo.

Third Conference of African peoples.

Delegates in the hall.

Among the speakers: a representative of the Nigerian Youth Congress O. Otekbeta, delegate of the British Cameroon N. Ngumaza, president of the United Arab Republic, Gamal Abdel Nasser, A. Kiveva (Congo), C. Chiume.


Descent tanker "balaclava" in the Gdansk shipyard.



Foreign chronicle 1961 № 8

Newsreel, 1 part, Duration: 0:10:14 to collection A 11/14/2012

The theme is to go into space Yuri Gagarin.

Living in Czechoslovakia, Romania, Poland, read the newspaper reported on the flight, the first cosmonaut.

Newspaper kiosks sell newspapers.

Astrophysicist C. Popovici (Romania) gives an interview (synchronously).

Demonstrations, rallies in Bulgaria, East Germany, Hungary, China, in solidarity with the Cuban people and in protest against the aggressive U.S. policy.

At a rally in Beijing are: Go-Mo-Jo, Lee Dae-Quan.

At a rally in Budapest there are artists of the Cuban ballet.


Foreign chronicle 1961 № 9

Newsreel, 1 part, Duration: 0:08:31 to collection A 11/14/2012


May 1, 1961 Holiday demonstration.

Boys and girls are dancing on the square.

East Germany, Berlin.

May Day demonstration.


Demonstration and gymnastic parade in Prague in honor of May 1. Bulgaria.


Foreign chronicle 1961 № 10

Newsreel, 1 part, Duration: 0:10:06 to collection A 11/14/2012

Romania, Bucharest.

Celebrations to mark the 50 anniversary of the Romanian Communist Party.


Advocates G. Gheorghiu-Dej.

Speech by the artists at the Central Stadium.


Bulgaria, Plovdiv.


Foreign chronicle 1961 № 11

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

Austria, Vienna.

Visiting Khrushchev.

Meeting Khrushchev on the platform of the railway station.

Khrushchev welcomed President A. Scherf.

Meetings Khrushchev and U.S. President John F. Kennedy in Vienna.

Bulgaria, Sofia.

Celebrations in honor of education, culture and Slavic Literature.


Foreign chronicle 1961 № 12

Newsreel, 1 part, Duration: 0:10:00 to collection A 11/14/2012

East Germany.

Laying wreaths at the monument to Soviet soldiers in Treptow Park in Berlin.

Present: Walter Ulbricht, the Soviet Ambassador to the GDR MG Pervukhin and others.

Korea, the city of Hamhung.

Opening of the factory of artificial fibers.

There is Kim Il Sung.

Corps and one of the shops of the plant.


Foreign chronicle 1961 № 13

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

Kingdom, London.

Soviet industrial exhibition.

Advocates, Harold Macmillan.

Present NS Patolichev.

Customers visiting the exhibition.


A solemn meeting devoted to the fortieth anniversary of the Communist Party of China in Beijing.


Foreign chronicle 1961 № 14

Newsreel, 1 part, Duration: 0:10:08 to collection A 11/14/2012

Issue devoted to international tourism.

Foreign tourists in the Soviet Union.

Tourists in the coach cabin, see the sights of the Kremlin, resting in a sanatorium in Sochi, visit the Botanical Gardens in Yalta, traveling by car on mountain roads of the Caucasus, make a sea voyage on a boat.

Czechoslovakia, Karlovy Vary.

Vacationers resort cities have adopted various procedures, drink mineral water.

Tourists at the resort among vacationers.

Bulgaria, Nessebar.


Foreign chronicle 1961 № 15

Newsreel, 1 part, Duration: 0:10:06 to collection A 11/14/2012


City of Ulan Bator.

Celebrations in honor of 40 years of People's Revolution.

Demonstration and gymnastic parade.

On the podium of the Mausoleum Sukhbaatar and Choibalsan members of the Government of Mongolia.

There is Mikhail Suslov.



Foreign chronicle 1961 № 16

Newsreel, 1 part, Duration: 0:09:24 to collection A 11/14/2012


August 23, 1961. 17-th anniversary of the liberation of Romania from fascism.

City of Bucharest.

Holiday demonstration, gym parade.

Government on the platform, including G. Gheorghiu Dej.


Construction of oil pipeline "Druzhba".