Inauguration ceremony to open railroad link Southward, from Soviet Trans-Siberian Railroad, at Naushki, to Ulaanbaatar in Mongolia and thence to Tsining, China. Men connecting the two rail lines. They use levers and a screwjack device. Men push a rolling measuring device to check accuracy of rail track width. Mountains in the background. A railway station with pictures of Soviet leaders. A large crowd of local peoples gathered for the festivities. They carry flags and pictures of Chinese, Mongolian, and Soviet leaders, including Mao Tse Tung, ,Dashiyn Damba, Voroshilov ,Lenin, and Stalin. A large reviewing stand holding a number of dignitaries, and displaying pictures of Dashiyn Damba, Voroshilov, and Mao. Several Soviet officers seen. Chinese and Soviet spokesmen make short speeches, after which the Chinese spokesman cuts a ribbon to officially open the railroad link Behind him, in the background, is seen a map of the railroad connection going South, from the Soviet Union,toward Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. A woman railroader waves a flag and gives a signal. A train decorated with pictures of Kliment Yefremovich Voroshilov, Dashiyn Damba, Mao Tse Tung,and the Soviet, Mongolian, and Chinese flags, moves over the tracks. Soviet rail line construction in snow: A crane places something intoa truck. Field engineers refer to a map. A bulldozer levels the ground. A crane places a section of prefabricated track on the new roadbed. View of newly laid track.
A scientific documentary film titled 'Atoms For Peace' about peaceful uses of atomic energy in Russia. Aerial view of the Moscow Kremlin. Exteriors of Obninsk Nuclear Power Plant in Obninsk Russia, the world's first nuclear power plant, built in 1954. It is also known as APS-1 Obninsk (Atomic Power Station 1 Obninsk). Interiors of the plant and some of the apparatus. Electrical towers on a field.
Senator J.William Fulbright in United States.Television Interviewer asks Fulbright about Geneva convention in 1954. Fulbright said that President Lyndon B Johnson reached out for negotiation. Russia must also come to United Nations to resolve differences. He states that Britain had previously proposed to talk but Russia refused to the proposal. The Interviewer asks Fulbright about involvement of Viet Cong. Fulbright says that it is an army they have guns and they kill our people. Their representatives must be called for talk and negotiations must be done. He said it would be wise to divide them.
Russian writer Mikhail Prishvin (February 4, 1873 - January 16, 1954, Moscow) is shown hunting and writing. The writer is celebrating his 75th birth day with his admirers and other writer. 4 February 1945
A film titled 'May Day' on May Day Parade in Moscow, Russia. Aerial view of Moscow. Troops of the Moscow garrison fill the Red Square. Parked mechanized vehicles. The troops stand in formation. Buildings along street sides. Dignitaries and officials on a reviewing stand. Delegates from many countries arrive for the parade. A large crowd gathers to watch the parade. Leaders of the Communist Party and Soviet Government at the reviewing stand. A church bell rings. Aerial view of the parade ground. The parade begins. Students of military academies, sailors, Moscow infantry school and young students from various military schools parade. Military units march in formation. Officials and dignitaries salute. The crowd watch the parade and applaud. Soldiers march holding rifles.
A film on May Day Parade in Moscow, Russia. The city of Moscow. Russian giant jet bombers and jet fighters fly over Red Square. People watch the airplanes flying in formation overhead. An Armored Guard Rifle Division passes in review. Soviet paratroopers aboard military vehicles pass along a street. Artillery being towed by vehicles on the parade ground. A Soviet Army band moves past the review stand. Officials and dignitaries salute.