Food supplies delivered by foreign relief organization to Petrograd, Russia during Russian Revolution and World War 1
Russia Date:1917 Duration:1 min 40 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Steamers on the frozen River Neva deliver food supplies sent by foreign relief organization to Petrograd, Russia during period of Russian Revolution and World War I. Soviet Russian children stand next to ship 'Marcus' from Newark, New Jersey, USA. Men unload food supplies. American relief administrator Colonel Haskall looks at a map. Food sacks being transported along snowy streets by horse drawn sled and sleigh. Civilians walk in snow covered streets, bundled in warm winter clothing. People gathered together in the cold eat hot food in the streets of Russia.
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