Kremlin leaders review a massive military parade in Moscow. U.S. Army recruiting and training soldiers in the United States.
Soviet Union Date:1955 Duration:1 min 17 sec Sound:Yes
Opening scene shows massive military parades in Red Square, Moscow, Russia, Soviet Union. Huge formations of Sailors and soldiers pass in review before Soviet leaders watching from a Kremlin reviewing stand. Among those seen are Party Chairman, and leader, Nikita Khrushchev, in light suit and hat and at his right side, Defense Minister Georgy Zhukov (in General's uniform). Next a formation of Tupolev Tu-16 (Badger) bombers flies over St. Basil's Cathedral and the square. View from high in Kremlin of towed artillery pieces. Closeup of Russian soldiers standing in the open back of a large artillery tractor pulling a large field piece. Other field pieces in tow. Scene shifts to the United States. Glimpse of an American Army recruiting poster and views of U.S. army recruits. U.S. soldiers on parade and in field training live fire exercises. Soldiers firing rifles in prone position, and then advancing across a field. Army gun crew with an 8-inch howitzer. M75 Armored Personnel Carriers driving across a field. Soldiers on maneuvers wearing personal camouflage and firing heavy weapons from a tree line.
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