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Foreign chronicle 1971 № 18

Newsreel, 99 parts, Duration: 0:00:02 to collection A 11/14/2012

Bulgaria.

The celebration in Sofia on 27 th anniversary of the victory of socialist revolution in Bulgaria.

Mongolia.

Construction leather factory.

Production processes in the workshops of the factory.

Czechoslovakia.

Production processes in a cotton factory in the town of Levice in Slovakia.

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Foreign chronicle 1971 № 19

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

Stay Leonid Brezhnev in Bulgaria.

Brezhnev presents T..

Zhivkov Order of Lenin.

Romania.

The completion of the power plant "Zvezda proud".

England.

Sights of the city of Glasgow.

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Foreign chronicle 1971 № 20

Newsreel, 1 part, Duration: 0:09:47 to collection A 11/14/2012

Bulgaria.

International traditional fair in Plovdiv.

Northern Ireland.

Fighting in the streets of Belfast: British soldiers were shot, burned houses.

The demonstration in London against the actions of the inhabitants of British troops in the cities of Northern Ireland.

Romania.

Shipbuilding shipyard in Galati.

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Foreign chronicle 1971 № 21

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

GDR. Opening of the monument to Karl Marx in Karl Marx-Stadt.

Speech by Erich Honecker and EA Furtseva at the rally.

Iran.

Types of the ancient city Persipolisa.

Celebration Persipolise 2500-year anniversary of the Iranian state.

Romania.

Production processes at the plant "Progress" in Braille.

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Foreign chronicle 1971 № 22

Newsreel, 1 part, Duration: 0:09:15 to collection A 11/14/2012

Disturbances in Northern Ireland.

Shoot on the streets of Ulster.

British troops on the streets.

General view of the burning ruins.

Bulgaria.

Collection of cotton in the fields of industrial-production complex in the village Yelenin in Bulgaria.

GDR. Construction of a cement plant in Erfurt.

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Foreign chronicle 1971 № 23

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

Poland.

Meeting of Foreign Ministers of the Warsaw Treaty in Warsaw.

Bulgaria.

Opening of the monument to Vladimir Lenin in Sofia.

GDR. Presentation Sisters A. Davis, FD Davis at a rally in Berlin.

Poland.

Production processes at the plant transportation equipment in Mielec.

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Foreign chronicle 1971 № 24

Newsreel, 1 part, Duration: 0:09:07 to collection A 11/14/2012

Czechoslovakia.

Elections to the Federal Assembly.

Living in Prague at the polls.

GDR. The signing of the Berlin agreement on transit traffic of civilians and goods between West Germany and West Berlin.

Bulgaria.

Production processes at a chemical plant in the shops and repair-mechanical plant.

Germany.

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Foreign chronicle 1972 № 1

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

Germany, Bonn.

State Secretary at the Council of Ministers of the GDR Dr.

Kohl and the State Secretary Office of the Chancellor of the Federal Bar sign the agreement on transit traffic of civilians and goods between West Germany and West Berlin. " Bulgaria.

Construction of the first nuclear power plant near the town of Kozloduy.

Poland, Szczecin.

Repair of ships at the shipyard.

England.

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Foreign chronicle 1972 № 2

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

Bulgaria.

Building a car "Moskvich-408" in the shop Lovech assembly plant.

Assembling Truck GAZ-53 "in the shop Shumen plant.

Poland.

Coal in Rybnikskom coal district.

Miners at work in the mine.

Trolleys with coal.

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Foreign chronicle 1972 № 3

Newsreel, 1 part, Duration: 0:06:42 to collection A 11/14/2012

Arab Republic of Egypt, Cairo.

Meeting of the Fifth Conference of Asian Peoples Solidarity Organization, and Africa, there is the delegation of the Soviet Union.

Belgium, Brussels.

British Prime Minister E. Hit the palace Egmon among the participants of the signing of the Treaty on the accession of Britain to the Common Market.

Journalist Karen Cooper performs "ink attempt" E. Heath.

The police arrested K. Cooper. E. Heath signed the treaty.

England.

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