Moving A River 1959

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Titles read: "MOVING A RIVER".

Russia.

General views panning across the River Terek near the village of Pavlopodolsk and the area of the landscape which is to be blown up to divert the course of the river.

C/U of Russian on field telephone. C/U of two Russians, one with field...

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Data

Cataloguer:
Sarah
Stock:
Black & White
Sound:
Sound
Media URN:
50350
Sort Number:
59/013
Time in/Out:
01:01:33:00 / 01:02:29:00
Canister:
59/13
Film ID:
1569.02
Issue Date:
12/02/1959

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