Huge crowd, in Tabriz, celebrates friendship pact between Azerbaijan People's Government and Soviet Union
Azerbaijan Iran Date:1946, April 8 Duration:7 min 20 sec Sound:Yes
Soviet and Iranian military officers shake hands with each other in Tabriz, Azerbaijan, Iran. Russian and Iranian newspapers announce the formal recognition by the Soviet Union of the Azerbaijan People's Government (a Soviet puppet entity in Iranian Azerbaijan) on April 8, 1946. People celebrate the friendship pact between the Azerbaijan People's Government and the Soviet Union. Crossed flags of the Soviet Union and and Azerbaijan People's Government seen. Women picking flowers and decorate a poster of Joseph Stalin. Soviet and Azerbaijan military parade in the streets of Tabriz. Military officers hold a ceremony including presentation of an elaborate Iranian dagger. A tank rides through the street. Men riding horses. School children wave Soviet and Azerbaijan flags. A ceremony of pouring liquid from two jugs and reflecting it in a mirror. Muslim women present flowers to soldiers passing on horseback. Soldiers in a jeep throw pamphlets, with picture of Joseph Stalin on them, to the crowd. Huge crowd gathered. Women with covered heads. At the Tabriz City Hall, crowds hold a huge portrait of their leader, Sayyed Ja'far Pishevari. There are more ceremonial exchanges of tokens of friendship. A hand-written letter, ostensibly from Joseph Stalin, bearing his image, is shown. Elaborately framed pictures of Soviet Generals are seen. Silver tray engraved in Russian and Arabic is shown. Muslim women and children. Views of parade from high building. Column of Soviet tanks. Woman throws liquid from jug, ceremoniously.
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