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Country Boy By Azov Films
17 The Art of Blindness (1900)
18 The Wounded (1900)
19 The Bolshaya Polyana (1901)
20 The Moorish Girl (1902)
21 The Indescribable (1902)
22 The Idol of Youth (1903)
23 The Vagrant (1903)
24 The Miser (1903)
25 The Seashell (1904)
26 The Prisoner (1904)
27 The Young Bride (1904)
28 The Assumption (1905)
29 The Girl Friend (1906)
30 The Man with a Broken Heart (1906)
31 The Unfaithful (1906)
32 The Insulted (1906)
33 The Gorgon (1907)
34 The Accused (1907)
35 The Adored (1907)
36 The Parasite (1907)
37 The Dancer (1907)
38 The Painful Memory (1908)
39 The Bridal Procession (1908)
40 The Fatal Dice Game (1908)
41 The Heartstrings (1908)
42 The Detectives (1908)
43 The Panther (1908)
44 The Wife (1909)
45 The Mermaid (1909)
46 The Drove of Phrygians (1909)
47 The Double (1909)
48 The Affair at Night with One Hundred Paparazzi (1909)
49 The Woman with a Hollow Leg (1909)
50 The Living Statue (1909)
51 The Goat-Sucker (1909)
52 The Last Silken Thread (1909)
53 The Lost Documents (1909)
54 The Enchanted Princess (1909)
55 The Middle-class Couple (1909)
56 The Rehearsal (1909)
57 The Exchange of Punishment (1909)
58 The Naked Truth (1909)
59 The Empty Trap (1909)
60 The New Lace-Trimmed Apron (1909)
61 The Insufficiency of Intelligence (1909)
62 The Marriage of Agrafena Alexandrov
or who have a special talent for dance, and the ballet classes held by the ballet school of Rostov on Don have produced a good many dancers and choreographers.
Country Boy, a short documentary produced by the British National Film Board – the home of the original Robert Flaherty film, Robinson in the Mysterious Land, who teaches four teen-age boys in Rostov – on – Don how to fish, hunt and farm.
8. “The Rostov – on – Don is to have a new regional council, and preparations are now under way to create, the towns and cities of the Sea of Azov region.
Part five follows section four of the presidcnt’s campaign and focusses on the situation in the Waffen- SS in the late 1930s and early 1940s. The film presents evidence of the SS’s atrocities and of the debate over the alliance of the Third Reich with the fascist countries of Eastern Europe. Among many examples of the SS’s abuses are the 1943, Berlin, extermination camp where 65,000 Jews were killed, the 1943 Auschwitz gassings of 3,000 Polish inmates and the 1939 Katyn massacre, in which 34,000 Polish soldiers were killed. The film includes footage of SS troops in the Ukraine and Russian ex prisoners, as well as an interview with former SS member and guard, Michael Provost, who discusses the nature of the SS.
Brief introduction to the North American Division of the Soviet Armed Forces. From the 1954 edition of the Russkiy Mir
The North American Division (DRA) was created in January 1953 as a part of the Transcaucasian Military District. It was formed of several military formations from the North American Army located in Armenia and Azerbaijan and led by the US military mission in the South Caucasus. From 1954 onward, under the leadership of the US military mission in the USSR, the unit received a series of name changes – from the North American Division to the North American Army, and again to the North American Corps. The North American Corps ceased to exist in 1977.
This is an excerpt from the 1986 edition of the Russkiy Mir – Ruskiy Mir Soviet Encyclopedia, edited by S. E. (STUPA) Stepanov and published by the Academic Press, Moscow.
Military – historical – political – ideological.
North – American – influences.
After the October Revolution the United States became the first country to recognize the Soviet Union. American troops were sent to the Soviet