Phosphate mines in Kazakhstan, Soviet Union. A man drives camels loaded with material at a mining site in Karatau Mountains. Explosive is detonated. Workers climb a hill. An equipment in operation on hillside. Interiors of an electric power station showing technicians at an instrument panel with gauges. Sprinklers in operation.
A film about farm activities in Kazakhstan, Soviet Union during World War II. A Soviet on horseback. A herd of cattle grazes. A mountainous area. A boy stands in the middle of a flock of sheep. A combine harvester in operation. A thresher on a field. Men carry a sack of grain. Women pick tea leaves. Camels pull carts loaded with sacks, passing under arch gate into city.
Soviet Union Premier, Nikita Khrushchev, tours Siberia. Dignitaries hail the arrival of Premier Khrushchev in Almaty, the capital of Kazakhstan. They greet and present bouquets. The Premier tours to investigate lagging agriculture production. In a civic reception Khrushchev gives a speech to the local farmers. A man gives a sheep and a farmer presents corn to the Premier for demonstration.
U.S. Vice President Henry A. Wallace on a journey to China through Soviet Union. An animated portion of a globe shows his next destination. The Vice President visits Kazakhstan. A man on a horseback. Sheep, camel and cattle graze in the field. Kazakh man uses a pole with a running noose on it to lasso a horse. The people cook donuts. The horsemen smoke American king size cigarettes for the first time. Women make tea in the open. The coal mine industry in Karaganda. Open cut coal pits. Bulldozers scoop of the earth to revile of coal. Tracks being laid and the trains moves into the cut coal pits. The equipment being used in the mines. Wallace speaks to the engineers. The machines and trains being operated by women. They then visit a copper mine also known as Soviet anaconda. A crane picks up the copper.
Meeting of the United Nations Security Council at Lake Success, New York, in 1947. A representative of the Jewish Agency for Palestine and National Council of the Jews of Palestine [possibly Abba Hillel Silver] presents a statement approved by those groups on march 23, 1947. They object and are disappointed in the position taken by the United States regarding Palestine's administration, and state that at the end of the mandatory administration, a provisional Jewish Government will be established, not later than May 16th. The Soviet Union's representative to the UN, Andrei Gromyko, is seated at the same table, wearing dark glasses.
Nazi souvenirs displayed at the Kremlin in Moscow, Soviet Union. Exteriors of the Kremlin. Soviet officials descend steps. A Soviet official looks at a statue of Soviet Premier Joseph Stalin and Communist leader Vladamir Lenin. Soviet officers and their families look at the Nazi souvenirs. Soviet officials dance with women.