Film on Soviet military preparedness showing Marshals Voroshilov, Buddeney and Timoshenko.
Russia Date:1941, June Duration:1 min 47 sec Sound:Yes
Soviet military prepardness documentary film from June 1941, in World War II. Newspaper article, dateline: 12 June 1941, names military leaders recognized by the Soviet Central Committee. Next, Soviet Marshals, Kliment Voroshilov, and Semyon Timoshenko, stand in a grain field. Timoshenko greets new recruits to the Red Army, who come forward. Glimpse of some Russian T-26, model 1933 tanks charging down a hillside. Marshal Timoshenko seated at a Russian M1910 Maxim machine gun, conversing with three soldiers. The legs of another Marshal are seen in background. A Russian BT-7 tank passing the camera at high speed. Marshal Timoshenko walking ahead of staff officers as they visit troops in the field. He is seen in a trench with soldiers, where he personally moves some camouflage branches in position. Timoshenko and Marshal Semyon Budyonny (aka Budyenny) coversing with a tank commander and other officers in the field.
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