Achievements of Lithuania since the Soviet liberation in 1939. Soviet engineers examine blue-prints of building. Soviet officials confer. Interiors of a factory shows work operating various machines. Gauges on a machine. Stakhanovites work in factory and operate various machines. Young stakhanovites work on machines.
Achievements of Lithuania since the Soviet liberation in 1939. Exteriors of various buildings and a church. A family at home. Woman opens windows of house from outside. Soviet-sponsored reconstruction of building show workers at work. Past events show a man with a gun in wooded area. German supply train is bombarded.
Achievements of Lithuania since the Soviet liberation in 1939 and during World War II. Stakhanovites work in factory and operate various machines. Stakhanovites work to industrialize Lithuanian Soviet Socialist Republic under first 5-year plan. Young stakhanovites work on machines. Exteriors of a building. Interiors of a textile plant shows women worker operating weaving machines.
Achievements of Lithuania since the Soviet liberation in 1939 and during World War II. Sign reads 'Fabrikas Metalas'. Workers leave the textile factory after work. Female workers walk. Various building in Lithuanian Soviet Socialist Republic.
German diplomat Friedrich Werner von Schulenberg, of Nazi Germany, and Vyacheslav Molotov, of the Soviet Union meet together in Moscow, Russia, to sign the German-Soviet Border and Commercial Agreement. View of the two men and other representatives from each country at the signing ceremony. Narrator indicates that the agreement document covers expanded trade and commerce between the countries, establishes the northern border, and covers repatriation of Germans from republics including Lithuania and Estonia. View of the German and Soviet leaders each signing the document. Wax seals are added and a close-up of the signature page of the agreement is shown. (The Agreement also included the third set of secret protocols of the Hitler-Stalin Act or German-Soviet Treaty of Nonaggression. It followed the German-Soviet Frontier Treaty, which was the second secret protocol. Despite the pact, Germany attacked the Soviet Union 6 months later.)
German invasion of Russia during World War II. A map showing German invasion path in Russia until defeat at siege of Stalingrad. A map showing Soviet postwar expansion into Eastern Poland, East Prussia, portions of Finland and other areas. Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia are incorporated as Republics into the Soviet Union. Russian zones of occupation in Germany, Austria and North Korea. Map depicts an "Iron Curtain" encompassing the Soviet postwar territories. Soviet troops and tanks occupying countries. Soviet ZSU-57-2 self-propelled anti-aircraft guns traveling along a city street. Crowds cheering in a stadium in Soviet East Germany. President Wilhelm Pieck of the German Democratic Republic is among people seen applauding in the stands. . Soviet cargo ships in a harbor operating under trade agreements. Chinese Communist forces moving with guns and artillery and tanks to expel Chiang Kai-Shek and Chinese Nationalists from mainland China, in 1949. Chinese refugees including a casualty and a child holding a bag.