Public demonstrations supporting the Bolshevik Revolution in Russia during 1917
Russia Date:1917 Duration:1 min 2 sec Sound:Yes
Opening slate cites year 1917. First scene shows Russian people removing a banner from a store front, that identifies it as a provider of goods to the Russian Imperial Court. People at entrance of a building crowd around Red Army soldiers handing out paper fliers.Russian Army Cossacks gather with other soldiers in a city park square where some hold red flags. Soldiers and citizens parading in a city square carrying banners and flags. A vast city square filled with people elbow-to-elbow. Some people stand on a monument in the square. Several banners are seen. Bankers and investers at entrance and steps of a stock exchange (possibly the Brongniart's Stock Exchange building, Paris) representing Western financing of the Bolshevik revolution. More scenes of people marching in Russia, including a large contingent of Army soldiers in greatcoats, at the end of the film.
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