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Peoples of the Soviert Union
Description: A documentary film by Julian Bryan about the Russian people shot in the 1930s and revised in 1952. A survey of the many different nationalities that make up the people of the USSR, from the city dwellers of Moscow and Leningrad to the primitive but proud tribes of the Caucasus and Siberia. Photographed in the 30's when unrestricted travel was still permitted in Russia, this film contains invaluable material available nowhere else and probes into areas of Soviet life the Communists have neglected- or refused- to film
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Clip #: TFA-345A
Length: 37:56
Year: 1952
Color: B/W
Sound: Sound
Library: TFA Network
Decade: 1950s
Filmmaker: Julien Bryan
Region: Europe
Country: Russia
Original: 16mm

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