Soviet Ambassador confers Russia's highest military honour on five British Service Chiefs. Marshal Budenny hands?
SOVIET EMBASSY, LONDON, ENGLAND: GV Soviet Embassy in London...LIB. NO. 11861
SV M. Gusev talking to General Lee.
CU Admiral Cunningham.
SV Sir Archibald Sinclair.
SCU A.V. Alexander.
GV Russian Ambassador - M. Gusev, speaking at table - Service Chiefs in f-g.
SV Admiral Tovey and Air Marshal Harris listening.
GV Gusev presenting General Brooke with Russian medal.
SV Gusev presenting General Brooke with Russian medal.
GV Admiral Tovey stepping forward to shake hands with Gusev.
SV Gusev presenting medal to Admiral Tovey.
SV General Brooke looking on.
SV Gusev presenting medal to Air Marshall Harris.
SCU Air Marshal Harris, Sir Alan Brooke, and Admiral Tovey.
CU Admiral Tovey pan to Sir Alan Brooke pan to Air Marshal Harris.
Military - Ceremonial; Soviet Union; Personalities - Armed Forces; Personalities - Politicians; Feodor Tarasovitch Gusev (1904- ), Semyon Mikhailovitch Budenny (1883-1973), Ceremonies - Miscellaneous; Volgograd; Great Britain
Background: Soviet Ambassador confers Russia's highest military honour on five British Service Chiefs. Marshal Budenny hands over the Sword of Stalingrad to the Corporation of that world famous city.