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Inside Russia: Moscow & Leningrad
Description: Encyclopædia Britannica educational film about Moscow and Leningrad in the late 1940s.
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Clip #: TFA-272C
Length: 12:51
Year: 1948
Color: B/W
Sound: Silent
Library: TFA Network
Decade: 1940s
Region: Europe
Country: Russia
Subject: Street Scene
Original: 16mm
Keywords:
1940s, Russia, Moscow, Kremlin, park, Leningrad, Saint Petersburg, Bronze Horseman equestrian statue of Peter the Great, Senate Square, Admiralty building, spire, Saint Basil's Cathedral, Saint Petersburg Mosque, mosaics, Church of the Savior on Blood, people standing in line on sidewalk to buy the Pravda newspaper, people standing in line and boarding buses and streetcars to go to work, pedestrians, street scenes, outdoor market, woman pushing baby in stroller, policewoman and policemen directing traffic, streetcars, horse drawn carriage, man directing boat traffic from rowboat, male and female factory workers working side by side and using machinery, male and female agricultural workers, textile workers, horse carts transporting food, food rationing, fish being sold alive, bread being weighed and rationed, window shopping and browsing stalls, Moscow subway, Moscow Metro, subway station escalators, passengers boarding and disembarking subway, policeman directing traffic from various modes of transportation, streetcars, pedestrians, urban housing problem due to overcrowding, apartment buildings

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