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" BIOGRAPHY OF NIKITA KHRUSHCHEV " 1958-1964 LEADER OF THE SOVIET UNION USSR COLD WAR XD61024

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This 1960s black and white educational film from the Biography series featuring Mike Wallace, highlights the life and political career of Soviet Leader Nikita Khrushchev. Nikita Sergeyevich Khrushchev, went from being a peasant boy in Ukraine to First Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union from 1953 to 1964 and chairman of the country's Council of Ministers from 1958 to 1964. The film is comprised of newsreel footage from 1930s-1960s Russia and the greater Soviet Union.

Khrushchev speech, United Nations General Assembly 1959 (0:17). Mike Wallace opening words (1:20). Russian farmland seen from speeding train (1:56). Moscow city-scape (2:21). Snow covered Red Square (2:30). Group of Communist Party members walking down stairs (2:33). 1930s footage of Stalin in Party meetings, addressing crowds (2:50). Khrushchev tips hat to crowd (3:07). Parade of men holding Stalin and Lenin portraits (3:20). Photo Nikolai Bulganin (3:26). Compulsory labor to build Moscow’s metro (3:35). Perspective from train as it pulls into metro station (3:46). Komsomolskaya Metro Station (3:49). Novoslobodskaya Metro Station (3:59). Paintings in subway glorifying communism and its leaders (4:07). Political address at assembly hall, portrait of Stalin among red flags, Khrushchev makes speech (4:12). Clips of Stalin with high officials (4:43). Portraits of Lenin and Stalin on now GUM (department store) building on Red Square; troops in formation (4:59). Parade glorifying Stalin (5:10). Montage images Stalin, Khrushchev together (5:24). Moscow Trials / Great Purge / Stalin Purge Trials (5:59-6:25). Execution by firing squad (6:27). Stalin and armed forces (6:44). 1938 newsreel clip of Russian paratroopers jumping from wings of plane; sky fills with mushroom-shaped parachutes (6:46). Khrushchev in snowy Ukraine (7:13). Soviet soldiers gather furniture and homegoods from Ukrainian kulaks (7:19). Public hanging (7:45). Mass grave of Ukrainians (7:50). Ukrainian women mourning family members (7:55). Khrushchev speech (8:10). Footage of bombing and destruction from World War II (8:41). The Barmaley Fountain/ Children’s Khorovod juxtaposing devastation of Battle of Stalingrad (9:01). Military tanks in battle (9:04). Soviet army against Nazi forces (9:13). Soviet soldiers embrace and celebrate victory against Nazis among destroyed buildings and snow-covered ground (9:40). Moscow Victory Parade 1945 (9:45). Nikita Khrushchev embraced and celebrated in front of Saint Basil’s Cathedral (9:48). Extension of U.S.S.R. across eastern Europe: soldiers line-up to greet Stalin (10:15). Zhou Enlai signs treaty with Stalin and Mao Zedong in background (10:52). Funeral of Communist official (11:09). Khrushchev sits for meal with other Soviet officials (11:27). Death and state funeral of Stalin, procession along the Red Square (11:58). Stalin lying in state, hall of Trade Union House (12:25). Georgy Malenkov addresses audience (12:43). Various footage of Lavrentiy Beria (12:59). V.M. Molotov speech (13:15). Nikolai Bulganin plays cards and smokes cigar (13:36). Bulganin and Khrushchev pace aboard ship deck (13:39). Khrushchev and Bulganin trip to India (13:51). Moskva River and Red Square by dusk (14:05). Khrushchev speech to 20th Congress of the C.P.S.U. (14:32). Destruction of Stalin posters, statues, and relics (14:51). Hungarian Revolution of 1956 (15:08). Surface to surface medium range missile and other missiles during a May Day Parade (15:48). Yuri Dolgorukiy Monument, fireworks (16:12). Khrushchev and Nixon tour US Exhibition World Trade Fair Moscow (16:15). Khrushchev and Nixon “Kitchen Debate” (16:36). Khrushchev 1959 visit to United States: crowds look on quietly (17:50). Khrushchev in Hollywood with cast of Can-Can: Frank Sinatra, Louis Jordan, Shirley MacLaine, Maurice Chevalier (18:26). Head of 20th Century Fox Spyros Panagiotis Skouras luncheon with Khrushchev (19:06). Khrushchev with Eisenhower in Presidential helicopter (20:29). Khrushchev with wreckage of 1960 U-2 incident (20:49). Khrushchev speech at UN, Dag Hammarskjöld looks displeased (21:19). Khrushchev with Fidel Castro (21:56). Khrushchev applauds Yuri Gagarin in speech (22:34). Khrushchev and Mao Zedong review Chinese troops, 10th anniversary, 10th anniversary of PRC's founding (22:59). Lenin lying in state (23:36).

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1 month ago

Марина Журавлёва - Без тебя
synth disco 1989

2 months ago

Im not a communist. I uploaded these in order for the watcher to study the techniques of propaganda, wich are used here. Some of them have some artistic merit aswell.
I didn't make the subtitles on these myself. So don't bug me about errors and readability, they came hardcoded with the videos.
See if you can recognize some things in those wich are pushed right now. (One thing i noticed is that Mr. Twister, for example, seems to have had an early run in with cancel culture.)
I tried to improve on the bad quality of the footage by brightening it up a little and sharpening it a tad. But there are limits to what one can do, depending on the footage quality one has to begin with. (Also bitchute compression will probably knock that right down again. Not sure if there will be any noticable difference visible after that, lets see.)
Oh and the visuals for the song at the end is NOT a soviet cartoon (i made the visuals for this, meaning the cartoonization of some soviet film footage. I thought it might be quite fitting to put this at the end of this. Pretty cool song. Not talking about the lyrics but the music. I still had the lyrics translated and put em over it, so non-russian speakers like me could understand what is beiing sung here. I made the song quite a while ago, now i would probably do the text a bit different, at least i would include a drop shadow.)

3 months, 1 week ago

Throughout America's history there are astonishing and terrifying nuggets of TRUTH hidden from the public, which if exposed and the implications fully realized...... not a single politician would remain alive.
These kinds of revelations are not made known for that reason, and so they MUST be sought out with sober diligence.
Those who have spoken truth in the face of pure EVIL do so at great personal risk and many have paid the ultimate price.
I have owned a hardcover original copy of Major Jordan's Diaries for years and it is one of those rare finds that permits us just a glimpse into the treasonous activities within the U.S. government.

When the revelations of Jordan's observations are understood, a horrifying picture begins to take shape.

This was BEFORE the McCarthy Hearings on communist infiltration of the U.S. government, yet the American People never heard of Major Jordan and his documented accounts of abject TREASON at the highest level of our government.

That was over 70 years ago...... How much further has America been infiltrated by communists?

Not limited simply to politics, but the ENTIRE ecology of the U.S. government IS COMMUNIST.

Listen to this audio of what he declares actually took place from that time and has continued to this very day.....Do so with great fear and loathing.

3 months, 1 week ago

Bezmenov said that by 1970 the Soviet Union already had infiltrated the US through brainwashing left-leaning people in the news media, entertainment, politics, business, education, and religion.

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Ezekiel 33:6
But if the watchman see the sword come, and blow not the trumpet, and the people be not warned; if the sword come, and take any person from among them, he is taken away in his iniquity; but his blood will I require at the watchman's hand.

Matthew 10-16 KJV
Behold, I send you forth as sheep in the midst of wolves. Be ye therefore wise as serpents and harmless as doves

Proverbs 29-25
The fear of man bringeth a snare: but whoso putteth his trust in the Lord shall be safe.

2 Corinthians 4:4
In whom the god of this world hath blinded the minds of them which believe not, lest the light of the glorious gospel of Christ, who is the image of God, should shine unto them.

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4 months ago

March 26, 2021 by Kyle Hill

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4 months, 2 weeks ago

An investigator on the Moscow police force relentlessly pursues the solution to a triple homicide which occurred in Moscow's Gorky Park.
Directed by Michael Apted and starring William Hurt, Lee Marvin, Brian Dennehy, Ian Bannen, Michael Elphick. Directed by Michael Apted. With William Hurt, Lee Marvin, Brian Dennehy, Ian Bannen.

WEWS TV 5 Promo (1987) one was announced by Ernie Anderson!

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5 months, 4 weeks ago

Obviously what is excluded from these interviews is Soviet Israel & its function as a back door into the west. The same communist Jews behind the USSR are the same ones behind Israel.
Israeli Prime Minsters
David Ben-Gurion (1948-53 & 1955-63)
Born: Płońsk, Congress Poland, Russian Empire
“I am a proud Bolshevik”
Moshe Sharett (1954-55)
Born: Kherson, Kherson Governorate, Russian Empire
Levi Eshkol (1963-69)
Born: Orativ, Kiev Governorate, Russian Empire
Golda Meir (1969-74)
Born: Kiev, Russian Empire (now Ukraine)
Yitzhak Rabin (1974-77&92-95)
Born: To immigrants of the Third Aliyah, the third wave of Jewish immigration to Palestine from Europe. Nehemiah was born Nehemiah Rubitzov in the shtetl Sydorovychi near Ivankiv in the southern Pale of Settlement (present-day Ukraine)
Menachem Begin (1977-83)
Born: Brest, Russian Empire
Yitzhak Shamir (1983-84&86-92)
Born: Ruzhinoy, Russian Empire
Shimon Peres (1984-86&95-95)
Born: Wiszniew, Poland
Benjamin Netanyahu (1996-99&2009-current)
BornBenzion Netanyahu: to a Warsaw-born father, Prof. Benzion Netanyahu
“ AMERICA IS A GOLDEN CALF; AND WE WILL SUCK IT DRY, CHOP IT UP, AND SELL IT OFF PIECE BY PIECE UNTIL THERE IS NOTHING LEFT BUT THE WORLD’S BIGGEST WELFARE STATE THAT WE WILL CREATE AND CONTROL. “ - Current Israeli PM Bibi Nentanyahu(AJ is a huge fan)
Ehud Barak (1999-2001)
Born: to parents from Pušalotas (Pushelat) in the northern Lithuania (then ruled by Russian Empire)
Ariel Sharon (2001-2006)
Born: to parents of Russian Subbotnik Jewish origin. They immigrated to Mandatory Palestine in 1922.
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6 months, 2 weeks ago

War on the Soviet Union=Jewish Domination

7 months, 1 week ago

Murder In Moscow

Police Inspector Renko tries to solve the case of three bodies found in Moscow's Gorky Park but finds his attempts to solve the crime impeded by his superiors. Working on his own, Renko seeks out more information and stumbles across a conspiracy involving the highest levels of the government.

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7 months, 2 weeks ago

shorter than the full trailer by some seconds
An investigator on the Moscow police force relentlessly pursues the solution to a triple homicide which occurred in Moscow's Gorky Park.
Directed by Michael Apted and starring William Hurt, Lee Marvin, Brian Dennehy, Ian Bannen, Michael Elphick. Directed by Michael Apted. With William Hurt, Lee Marvin, Brian Dennehy, Ian Bannen.

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7 months, 2 weeks ago

Mitch brings up the "I told you so" over the previous "conspiracy-mongering" of Putin's actions in Ukraine being about rebuilding the Soviet Union. We briefly talk about other things too. #Putin #SovietUnion #IToldYouSo

7 months, 3 weeks ago

"The citizens of Mariupol remember the Great Patriotic War as they celebrate Victory Day, where life is beginning to return to normal after two months of fighting that has left the city with a lot of damage." - teleSUR
"Mariupol citizens remember the Great Patriotic War as they celebrate Victory Day"
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9 months ago

Between 1932 and 1933, the Soviet Union deliberately starved to death somewhere between 7 and 10 million people, mostly Ukrainians, in an act of genocide known as the Holodomor. But almost no one outside of the Soviet Union knew about this holocaust for decades. The film “Mr. Jones” directed by Agnieszka Holland and starring James Norton and Peter Sarsgaard shows us why.

The film is based on the true story of freelance Welsh reporter Gareth Jones. In the midst of the Great Depression and the global economic turmoil that came with it, Jones is concerned about the situation in Germany where Hitler has just risen to power. He’s convinced that the Nazis are a threat to the rest of Europe. But given the economic realities of the times, there’s no way Britain could afford another war. The only solution Jones sees to the imminent threat of Hitler and the Nazis is an alliance with Stalin and the Soviet Union who are, according to all the news reports, not simply weathering the crisis, but actually flourishing.

Jones arranges a trip to Moscow with the intention of interviewing Stalin and assessing the Soviets’ ability to hold off a hostile Germany, but when he gets there, he discovers a new mystery. Things aren’t quite right in Moscow. Surveillance, dodging questions, travel restrictions, questionable arrests, suspicious deaths. And hushed whispers by foreign reporters of “something big” happening in Ukraine.

Jones manages to get some unsupervised time in Ukraine—an area that was supposed to be the Black Earth Region, the breadbasket of Europe—and finds horrific conditions. The people there are starving. The grain they’re forced to grow on the newly-collectivized farms is confiscated, along with everything else edible. The people are resorting to eating tree bark and even cannibalism.

This is what the reporters in Moscow were whispering about. This is what New York Times Bureau Chief (and Pulitzer Prize winner) Walter Duranty attempted to distract him from in Moscow. And when Jones finally makes it back home and begins to speak and write about what he saw in Ukraine, it’s what Duranty and the rest of the foreign press corps in Moscow promptly discredit through The New York Times and their home newspapers despite knowing that Jones is telling the truth.

The Communist Party, led by Stalin, managed to cover up millions of deaths -- a true holocaust -- through a combination of censorship, intimidation, and the willful complicity of people like Walter Duranty and The New York Times. Although the press largely ignored the Holodomor nearly a century ago, Mr. Jones offers serious lessons that force us to reflect on the state of journalism in 2020.

--History of the Holodomor and It’s Cover-Up--
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--Regarding Mr. Jones--
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https://reason.com/2020/06/27/the-med...
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9 months, 1 week ago

Explanation vid of how Krasnopol weapons system works. Old Soviet movie with English subtitles.

9 months, 1 week ago

The "State Anthem of the Soviet Union" was the national anthem of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics and the regional anthem of the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic from 1944 to 1991, replacing "The Internationale". Its original lyrics were written by Sergey Mikhalkov (1913–2009) in collaboration with Gabriel El-Registan (1899–1945), and its music composed by Alexander Alexandrov (1883–1946). Following a two-decade interval in which the anthem was performed without lyrics, a second set of lyrics, also written by Mikhalkov, was adopted in 1977.

A decade after the collapse of the Soviet Union, the music would be adopted with new lyrics as the Russian national anthem.
The anthem's music was originally composed by Alexander Alexandrov in 1938 for the Hymn of the Bolshevik Party. Its opening bars were borrowed from one of Alexandrov's previous pieces, "Life has become better", which was based on a quote by former Soviet Union General Secretary Joseph Stalin at the First All-Union Meeting of the Stakhanovites on 17 November 1935. The song alludes to Stalin's cult of personality.

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10 months, 2 weeks ago

Popular music during the early years of the Soviet period was essentially Russian music. One of the most well-known songs "Katyusha" by Matvei Blanter is close to the melodic, rhythmic, and harmonic structures of Russian romantic songs of the 19th century. It was an adaptation of folk motifs to the theme of soldiers during wartime.

Many of the most frequently performed songs in Soviet Russia came from the international revolutionary movement of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. A noteworthy example is the song "Varshavianka", which originated in Poland and became popularized with the Russian Revolution. The song is characterized by an intense rhythm and calls for "To bloody battle, holy and righteous." There was also the song "The Red Banner" (Красное Знамя) which originated in France. One of the most commonly known songs is "Boldly, Comrades, in Step" (Смело, товарищи, в ногу) and the funeral march "You Fell Victim" (Вы жертвою пали).

In the 1930s, songs from film soundtracks, including marches, became highly popular. They include If Tomorrow Brings War (Если завтра война) and Three Tankmen (Три Танкиста) by the Pokrass brothers and Tachanka by Listov, which have patriotic themes.

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10 months, 3 weeks ago

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11 months ago

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11 months, 1 week ago

Angriff des Deutschen Reiches auf die Sowjetunion |
SS Soldier Hans Werner Woltersdorf reveals the coming Soviet attack and why the Germans led the first offensive against them.
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11 months, 4 weeks ago

An interview with a high level Soviet Defector, he is going to say some things that are relevant 37 years after the fact. This one will make you nervous.

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1 year ago

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Song name: Полевые цветы/ Polevyye tsvety

1 year, 1 month ago

An event in which nine Russian hikers died in the northern Ural Mountains between 1 and 2 February 1959, in uncertain circumstances. The experienced trekking group from the Ural Polytechnical Institute, led by Igor Dyatlov, had established a camp on the eastern slopes of Kholat Syakhl. During the night, something caused them to cut their way out of their tent and flee the campsite while inadequately dressed for the heavy snowfall and subzero temperatures.

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1 year, 3 months ago

Kryuchkova Svetlana - Black and white song from the movie Big Break
"Black and White" (We choose, we are chosen ...) - a song from the television movie "Big Change" directed by Alexei Korenev (1972). Composer Eduard Kolmanovsky, lyricist Mikhail Tanich.
The film was performed by the actress Svetlana Kryuchkova.
From the memoirs of S. Kryuchkova:

On the set in Yaroslavl, we gathered in the hotel in the evenings and sang. When we returned to Moscow, Korenev called me and summoned me. When I arrived, the composer Kolmanovsky was sitting there. I was dumbfounded, and Korenev said: "Sing something Kolmanovsky." At once everything flew out of my head! I ask: "Can I sing Pasternak?" Pasternak sang "All Roads Filled Up". Kolmanovsky liked it, and they decided that I would sing in the film. The song "Black and White" was written, which I perform in the picture ...
Later the song was performed by the singers Maria Pakhomenko, Veronika Kruglova and others.

Крючкова Светлана - Черное и белое песня из к-ф Большая перемена
«Чёрное и бе́лое» (Мы выбираем, нас выбирают...) — песня из телефильма режиссёра Алексея Коренева «Большая перемена» (1972). Композитор Эдуард Колмановский, автор слов Михаил Танич.
В фильме прозвучал в исполнении актрисы Светланы Крючковой.
Из воспоминаний С. Крючковой:

На съемках в Ярославле мы по вечерам собирались в гостинице и пели. Когда вернулись в Москву, мне позвонил Коренев и вызвал к себе. Когда я приехала, там сидел композитор Колмановский. Я остолбенела, а Коренев сказал: «Спой что-нибудь Колмановского». У меня сразу всё вылетело из головы! Спрашиваю: «А можно, я спою Пастернака?» Спела Пастернака «Засыпало все дороги». Колмановскому понравилось, и они решили, что петь в фильме буду я. Была написана песня «Чёрное и белое», которую я исполняю в картине...
В дальнейшем песню исполняли певицы Мария Пахоменко, Вероника Круглова и другие.

1 year, 3 months ago

In April 1978, Afghanistan’s President Mohammed Daoud Khan was overthrown and murdered in a coup d’état led by communist rebels. But not everyone in the conservative country welcomed the communist reforms, and a number of insurgencies arose against the new government. In an attempt to prop up the regime, Leonid Brezhnev sent Soviet troops to Kabul. It was supposed to be a short deployment. But the conflict with the anti-communist Muslim guerrillas, the mujahideen, intensified, and the Red Army ended up remaining in Afghanistan for almost ten years.

This was a time when America had an interest in weakening the Soviet Union’s economy and military. After Ronald Reagan was elected president in 1981, the United States increased its military aid to the mujahideen, using Pakistan and its intelligence service as a go-between. Thus, Soviet troops were not only fighting the mujahideen. Afghanistan became a proxy battleground for the Cold War between the United States and the Soviet Union.

By the late 1980s, the Soviet Union was disintegrating. Their army had taken heavy causalities in Afghanistan, and the Soviet population were openly rejecting the war. Mikhail Gorbachev withdrew from the war, but the tide could no longer be turned. A few months after the withdrawal of the last Soviet troops from Afghanistan, the Berlin Wall fell in 1989. Two and a half years later, the Soviet Union ceased to exist.

Through exclusive archive material, this documentary unveils the full story of the war that spelt the beginning of the end for the USSR. 09*15*2021

1 year, 4 months ago

Adult cartoon based on the Greek mythology.

1 year, 10 months ago

A 1971 BBC War Documentary narrated by Bernard Archard.

Former BBC producer Peter Batty's classic documentaries have won awards throughout the world, and the three films in this collection were written and directed by Batty in the late 1960s and early 1970s. Films use current location filming and authentic historic film clips to document the events, and military leaders from both sides give their account of the battles.

Episode 1: The German invasion of Russia was the biggest, bloodiest and most bitter battle ever fought. It cost the lives of at least twenty million people and ended Europe's dominance of world affairs. It was the head-on clash of the two mightiest armies man has ever known, which no other battle in history can compare with. Although Hitler's opening attack on Russia in 1941 (code named by the German Army "Operation Barbarossa") forms the climax of the narrative, this programme is concerned more with the background and build-up to the assault. Unique archive film from both sides of the Iron Curtain has been incorporated, together with notable contribution from Albert Speer, Hitler's close confidant and Munitions Chief General Warlimont, who planned the campaign and served at Hitler's headquarters throughout the War, General von Manteuffel who helped carry out the scheme and Doctor Paul Schmidt who was Hitler's individual interpreter.

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1 year, 10 months ago

In the fourth of this (once three now) six-part series, Zundel takes the listener on a guided tour through the capital city of the former "Evil Empire" in 1994. Overall, he paints a picture of a country in chaos, with Moscow a city of contrasts. The Russian Mafia is everywhere. Leaving the airport terminal, the traveler is accosted by swarms of 'New Russians' commonly called Mafiosi, intent on offering their services as taxi drivers, using dilapidated, rickety old Russian cars. Yet, even the $100 fare demanded by these swindlers doesn't guarantee the tourist a safe trip. Visitors displaying obvious wealth have been robbed and beaten before they ever make it to their hotel. Welcome to Moscow!

Zundel tells of formerly middle-class women, reduced to standing outside subway entrances, selling their prized possessions in order to put food on the table, while shiny black Lincoln Towne Cars, driven by gangsters drive by, in an endless parade of the new wealth of Russia. Uniformed, gun-toting guards protect fastfood joints to prevent stampedes by hungry Russians seeking the only food bargains in the city. Clerks in the world-famous GUM Department Store earn an average of $30 (U.S.) a month, while a pair of shoes in that same store can cost upwards of $200. Violence is an ever-present danger. Every small business is obliged to pay between twenty and fifty per cent of their earnings as 'protection' to gangs, who have carved out their own little 'turf.'

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"Red Mafiya" by Robert Friedman: http://www.colchestercollection.com/titles/R/red-mafiya.html
More books on Crime: http://www.colchestercollection.com/subjects/crime.html
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Books on Communist and other Socio-Political texts: http://www.colchestercollection.com/subjects/politics.html
Books on Nationalism: http://www.colchestercollection.com/subjects/nationalism.html

1 year, 10 months ago

The Semipalatinsk Test Site (STS or Semipalatinsk-21), also known as "The Polygon", was the primary testing venue for the Soviet Union's nuclear weapons. It is located on the steppe in northeast Kazakhstan (then the Kazakh SSR), south of the valley of the Irtysh River. The scientific buildings for the test site were located around 150 km (93 mi) west of the town of Semipalatinsk (later renamed Semey), near the border of East Kazakhstan Region and Pavlodar Region with most of the nuclear tests taking place at various sites further to the west and south, some as far as into Karagandy Region.

Since its closure, the Semipalatinsk Test Site has become the best-researched atomic testing site in the world, and the only one in the world open to the public. *The 3rd Part is the Entire Hydrogen Bomb Clip that isn't shown in Part 2*

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1 year, 10 months ago

My favorite! 🥳
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"Top Ten Reasons I Don't Trust NASA Or ANY Space Agency" @ https://www.bitchute.com/video/cRYv68QylViL/

1 year, 11 months ago

One Man's Death a Tragedy. 20 Million Deaths a Statistic.

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1 year, 11 months ago

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1 year, 11 months ago

"The Swerve Podcast" is three random dudes on a mission to understand everything in the universe one obscure topic at a time. ⟁ LINKS: https://myurls.co/theswervepodcast

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“Soviet Nuclear Moles” are allegedly subterrene vehicles developed by the Soviet Union during the Cold War that were capable of traveling underground through solid rock and soil using intense thermal energy to melt passageways forward.
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Allegedly, during the technological arms race of the Cold War, Nikita Khrushchev ordered to have “battle mole” crafts constructed to attack the United States.
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Prototypes of “battle moles” were developed by Soviet inventor Alexandr Trebelev during the 1930’s, but due to the massive thermal energy requirements for movement underground, the ultimate potential of these crafts was not realized until societies began dabbling with nuclear power in 1960’s.
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Patent records indicate that United States scientists at Los Alamos Scientific Laboratories were planning to create nuclear battle moles as well. Furthermore, plans developed by Adolph Hitler for “Operation Sea Lion” included the use of crafts capable of functioning both underground and underwater for surprise attacks, indicating German scientists were theorizing the development of mole-like weapons too.
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Herein, we discuss the available information relating to Soviet nuclear moles and related subject matter. Is it possible, even in present day, that secret subterrene battle moles are seeded beneath important facilities, biding their time? Battle mole.
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2 years ago

Instead of Watching 2 Videos its All in One. Plus i Tried to Sharpen it the Best I Could.

A disturbing chapter in Russian history is explored in this documentary. In 1933, Joseph Stalin sent 6000 "unwanted" citizens of Moscow and Leningrad to a desolate Siberian island - with no food or clothes to speak of. Decades later this documentary returns to the island. These Prisoners were given less food than the Prisoners of Asuchwitz or the Cambodian Killing Fields.
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2 years, 2 months ago

The plot — the conflict between the Komsomol, advanced collective farmer Fyodor and his young wife's parents, ardent opponents of the collective farm. A young woman caught between two fires: passionately loved one and family. Not daring to contradict the parent's will, she at first did not find the strength to leave behind her husband from home.

2 years, 4 months ago

While digging in the mine Unpromising in Yakutia an unprecedentedly large diamond was found. It is christened as the Savior of Russia. Officials proclaim that the sale of the diamond could pay for every Russian citizen to take a three-year-long vacation at the Canary Islands.

When the diamond is being transported to Moscow (by Antonov An-124 Ruslan)[1] it is stolen by the crime boss Kozulskiy (Armen Dzhigarkhanyan), who is then robbed by professional thief Vasiliy Krolikov (Valeri Garkalin).

For the remainder of the film, the plot revolves around Krolikov and his two other identical Multiple birth brothers. Krolikov is pursued by Kozulskiy's mafia and two Militsiya officers - Jean-Paul Piskunov (Igor Ugolnikov) and an unnamed lieutenant (Sergey Batalov). At the end of the film Vasiliy discovers that there is a fourth brother, making all characters played by Garkalin at least quadruplets.

2 years, 4 months ago

Tyll the Giant (Suur Tõll) is an Estonian short animated film from the Soviet era, released in 1980. It was made by Rein Raamat, one of the earliest and most well-known Estonian directors of animated films. The film has nationalistic elements, and was frowned on by the Soviet authorities. It has more music than words, but it is nominally in Estonian.

Tyll the Giant is a figure from Estonian folk mythology. He was said to have lived on and ruled over the Estonian island Saaremaa. The legends tell of him defeating a demon that had long been trying to harm him, though eventually he is decapitated. He vows to return from the dead if anyone ever needs his help, though this led to a children’s tradition of calling his name to see if he would appear; so he soon stopped.

Tyll the Giant is one of several cultural productions about the giant. This particular cartoon tells the story of Tyll’s battles with the demon and then his own death, though it ends on a happy(ish) note, with Tyll’s vow to return from the dead if necessary. In Raamat’s opinion, the film tells the story of a hero dying for the sake of his nation’s freedom—so one can see how it might not have appealed to Soviet authorities. Tyll’s eyes were even in the colors of the forbidden Estonian flag (white, black, and blue), compounding the problem. The film didn’t last long on the Soviet market, but did make it to a number of international film festivals, where it was amply awarded.

Raamat himself had an animation career spanning more than 20 years. He has been given many lifetime achievement awards from Estonian and international organizations, and is an Estonian SSR Distinguished Artist (Eesti NSV teeneline kunstnik). Some of his other notable films include Field (Põld) and Hell (Põrgu).

2 years, 4 months ago

The film takes place in the 1950s in a small working village, where the graduate of a pedagogical institute Tatiana Levchenko (Nina Ivanova) arrives. In the city department of education she receives a referral to an evening school. She is to teach the Russian language and literature at the school for the working youth.

Nikolay Krushenkov (Gennadi Yukhtin), an old friend of Tatiana and an engineer of a metallurgical plant, helps Tanya rent a room and get acquainted with future students. At school Tatiana Sergeyevna becomes a form teacher of the eighth grade, in which Alexander Savchenko (Nikolai Rybnikov), a smelter, udarnik, joker and the favorite of factory girls is enrolled. Sasha immediately falls in love with the new teacher and in order to attract her attention he persists in talking and flirting with her even during the lessons.

However, Tatiana ignores his signs of attention. Sasha, accustomed to easy victories, is surprised by the girl's behavior, and his interest soon turns into resentment. Feeling hurt, Savchenko decides that the educated and intelligent Tatiana is contemptuous of him, a simple boy, a worker-steelmaker who has only completed seven grades, and that she considers him unworthy of her attention. In addition, he mistakes Tetyana's friendship with Krushenkov for a romantic relationship. Resentful and jealous, Alexander drops out of school and tries to forget Tatiana, but soon realizes that he really loves her.

2 years, 5 months ago

Nadya Klyueva, a very nice employee of one research institute cannot arrange her personal life. She is more than thirty years old, yet still unmarried. She occasionally meets her former schoolmate Susanna in a bus. After that Nadya's life begins to change. Susanna is a professional sociologist and gives Nadya practical advice on how to change her behavior and clothing to get married successfully. The object of Nadya's courtship is her colleague Volodya, frivolous "Don Juan". But soon Nadya realizes that her happiness and love that she sought through a variety of tricks and efforts is just nearby

2 years, 5 months ago

The film is set in Moscow in 1958 and 1979. The plot centers on three young women: Katerina, Lyudmila, and Antonina, who come to Moscow from smaller towns. They are placed together in a workers' dormitory room and eventually become friends. Antonina (Raisa Ryazanova) is seeing Nikolai, a reserved but kind young man whose parents have a dacha in the country. Katerina (Vera Alentova) is a serious, upstanding woman who strives to earn her chemistry degree while working at a factory. She is asked to house-sit an apartment for her well-to-do Moscow relatives (a famous professor's family) while they are away on a trip. Lyudmila (Irina Muravyova), a flirty go-getter looking for a well-to-do husband while working at a bakery, convinces her to throw a dinner party at the apartment, and pretend that they are the daughters of Katerina's professor uncle, as a ploy to meet successful Muscovite men. At the party, Lyudmila meets Sergei, a famous hockey player, who falls in love with her and marries her even after discovering the truth about her origin. Katerina meets Rodion (Yuri Vasilyev), a smooth talker who works as a cameraman for a television channel. They start dating. During Antonina and Nikolai's wedding, Lyudmila and Antonina find out that Katerina is pregnant. Upon discovering that Katerina deceived him and is not the daughter of a professor, Rodion refuses to marry her and believes that she is to have an abortion. Katerina is unable to get an abortion because her pregnancy is in a late stage and ends up giving birth.

2 years, 5 months ago

Lyrics
I was just a hobby for you
It was another victory.
But only yesterday I knew without a doubt
That there is no love, but only a game.
And I let you into my soul,
I didn't know how to call you more tender.
Now you just listen to me
I want to tell you so.
And I don't cry and I don't suffer!
Do not console me, there is no resentment in my soul.
I'm a stranger, a stranger to you
And just say goodbye to you in return.
And I don't cry and I don't suffer!
Do not console me, there is no resentment in my soul.
I'm a stranger, a stranger to you
And just say goodbye to you in return.
You were very generous with words of love.
You gave me a smile every day.
You turned my head skillfully.
Forever I love you often said.
And I was still obedient yesterday,
And I let me play with me.
Now shut up and just listen
I want to tell you so.
And I don't cry and I don't suffer!
Do not console me, there is no resentment in my soul.
I'm a stranger, a stranger to you
And just say goodbye to you in return.
And I don't cry and I don't suffer!
Do not console me, there is no resentment in my soul.
I'm a stranger, a stranger to you
And just say goodbye to you in return.
And I don't cry and I don't suffer!
Do not console me, there is no resentment in my soul.
I'm a stranger, a stranger to you
And just say goodbye to you in return.
And I don't cry and I don't suffer!
Do not console me, there is no resentment in my soul.
I'm a stranger, a stranger to you
And just say goodbye to you in return.

Russian Lyrics
Я для тебя была лишь увлеченьем,
Очередной победою была.
Но лишь вчера узнала без сомнения,
Что нет любви, а только лишь игра.
А я тебя пустила в свою душу,
Не знала, как нежней тебя назвать.
Теперь меня ты только слушай,
Я так хочу тебе сказать.
А я не плачу и не страдаю!
Не утешай, в душе обиды нет.
Ведь я чужая, тебе чужая
И лишь прощай скажу тебе в ответ.
А я не плачу и не страдаю!
Не утешай, в душе обиды нет.
Ведь я чужая, тебе чужая
И лишь прощай скажу тебе в ответ.
Ты на слова любви был очень щедрым.
Ты каждый день улыбку мне дарил.
Ты закружил мне голову умело.
Навек люблю ты часто говорил.
И я была вчера еще послушной,
И позволяла я с собой играть.
Теперь молчи и только слушай,
Я так хочу тебе сказать.
А я не плачу и не страдаю!
Не утешай, в душе обиды нет.
Ведь я чужая, тебе чужая
И лишь прощай скажу тебе в ответ.
А я не плачу и не страдаю!
Не утешай, в душе обиды нет.
Ведь я чужая, тебе чужая
И лишь прощай скажу тебе в ответ.
А я не плачу и не страдаю!
Не утешай, в душе обиды нет.
Ведь я чужая, тебе чужая
И лишь прощай скажу тебе в ответ.
А я не плачу и не страдаю!
Не утешай, в душе обиды нет.
Ведь я чужая, тебе чужая
И лишь прощай скажу тебе в ответ.

2 years, 5 months ago

I'm joined by Swarthy Immigrant and we discuss religion in the Soviet Union and Russia, specifically the persistence of Christianity after over 70 years of government suppression of religion and endorsement of atheism.

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2 years, 5 months ago

Belarus gained its independence from the Soviet Union in 1991. Since then, Alexander Lukashenko has been the FIRST AND ONLY president of Belarus. Yep, that's democracy for you. Because why call it a monarchy when you can call it democracy and rig the elections forever! Genius idea, isn't it? Unfortunately, good things don't last forever because, in this presidential election, the sheeple of Belarus finally figured out that they live under a dictatorship, not a democracy, which is why they've been protesting every day after Alexander Lukashenko rigged the elections again in his favor. Better late than never, as the proverb says.

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2 years, 5 months ago

Lenin in October (Russian: Ленин в Октябре, romanized: Lenin v oktyabre) is a 1937 Soviet biographical drama film directed by Mikhail Romm and Dmitriy Vasilev and starring Boris Shchukin, Nikolai Okhlopkov and Vasili Vanin.[1] Made as a Soviet-realist propaganda work by the GOSKINO at the Mosfilm studio, it portrays the activities of Lenin at the time of the October Revolution. Josef Stalin was given a more prominent role in the film than he actually played in real life events of the time; after his death, all his scenes were expunged from the film for its reissue in 1958.

The film's art direction was by Boris Dubrovsky-Eshke and Nikolai Solovyov.

2 years, 5 months ago

The White Army and the Black Baron
Are trying to restore the Czar's throne,
But from the taiga to the British seas
The Red Army is the strongest of all!

Refrain:
Let the Red Army
Masterfully grip
Its bayonet with its toil-hardened hand,
And we must all
Irrepressibly
Go into a last deadly fight!

II
Red Army, march, march forward!
The Revolutionary Military Council calls us into battle.
For from the taiga to the British seas
The Red Army is the strongest of all!

Refrain

III
We are fanning the flames of a world-wide fire,
We will raze churches and prisons to the ground.
For from the taiga to the British seas
The Red Army is the strongest of all!

2 years, 5 months ago

Two schoolboys, Young Pioneers Kolya Gerasyimov and Fima Korolev, follow a mysterious strange lady to an abandoned house. When they enter the house, they find no trace of the stranger, but in the empty basement Kolya discovers a secret door that leads to a room with a technical device in it. Curious Kolya starts pressing some buttons and activates the device that "transfers" him to another place. We learn that this place is the institute of time research. Employees return from time travels to different periods and deliver artifacts that are inventoried by Werther, an android who holds a secret crush on the stranger whose name is Polina. Kolya sneaks around the corridors but is eventually caught by Werther, who starts inventorying him, assuming that he was brought in by Polina. It is at this point that Kolya learns that he has travelled through time to the year 2084. Werther considers putting him in the museum, but then decides to send him back in time in order to cover up what he thinks to be Polina's mistake. Kolya persuades him to let him catch some sights of the future first. On his exploration, Kolya learns about teletransportation, humanoid aliens, antigravity and space flight. He also makes contact with a grandpa Pavel, a 130-year-old man who is intrigued by his 1980s school uniform.

2 years, 5 months ago

Having reached the space port, Kolya unsuccessfully tries to get a ticket for an interplanetary flight. However, by joining a group of pupils who escort their project satellite to the launch, he manages to enter the transit area. There he witnesses how two service workers are stunned and then impersonated by two shape-shifting aliens that have emerged from a crate. Back in the waiting hall, Kolya meets grandpa Pavel again (who turns out to be Polina's future father-in-law) and tells about what he just saw, but the old man dismisses it as child's fantasies. Grandpa Pavel introduces Kolya to Prof. Seleznyov, director of the interplanetary zoo. Kolya spots the shape-shifters again. They lure grandpa Pavel away from the group, stun and impersonate him. The fake grandpa Pavel introduces the other shape-shifter, who is now turned into a short man in a colourful costume to Prof. Seleznyov as a fellow scientist form another planet. The "scientist" shows conspicuos interest in a device called "myelophone", a mind-reading box. Seleznyov mentions that the device is with his daughter Alisa Seleznyova in the interplanetary zoo. Kolya spots and awakens the real grandpa Pavel who tells him that the aliens are space pirates and that Alisa is in danger, yet he is too weak to go with Kolya to help Alisa. He asks Kolya to find Alisa. In the zoo, the pirates in new disguise steal the myelophone from Alisa who tries to read animal minds. However, with the help of a man and his talking goat named Napaleon, Kolya can recover the device and temporarily escapes from the pirates in an air chase. He returns to the institute. While Kolya activates the time machine, Werther sacrifices himself trying to stop the pirates. Once they beat Werther, the space pirates use the machine to follow Kolya into the past. Meanwhile, Alisa, chasing the pirates, has reached the institute and uses the time machine as well. In the 20th century, Kolya escapes while Alisa, not accustomed to 20th-century traffic, runs into a car. Kolya and Fima discuss what to do with the myelophone. The pirates install themselves in the abandoned house and wait.

2 years, 5 months ago

Popular children's song of the Soviet period.

Performer: Big Children's Choir of the USSR All-Union National Radio Service and USSR Central Television Networks
Soloist is Lena Mogucheva (now deceased, unfortunately.)

2 years, 5 months ago

The girl is playing with the ball at the beach. Suddenly, the ball falls into the sea. The girl tries to get it, but not knowing how to swim, she starts to sink. And then the Dolphin appears and saves the girl. They become friends. The girl starts to come to the sea everyday and the dolphin teaches her to swim. There comes a day when the girl is able to swim freely. Then one day people has caught the dolphin and taken it to the Dolphinarium to participate in the shows with other trained dolphins. However, the dolphin remains completely indifferent to new environment and the shows, because it cannot live without its element — the sea. Then at night the girl penetrates into the Dolphinarium and opens the lattice, thereby helping the dolphin to escape. No matter how it is, but the dolphin has to leave the habitual seaside. The girl sits on the rock drenched in sunset light and gazes into the sea, reminiscing of beautiful times spent with the dolphin.

2 years, 5 months ago

12 February 1945, Germany. Max Otto von Stierlitz, a respected SS-Standartenführer in the Ausland-SD, is in fact Soviet spy Maxim Isaev, who has infiltrated the German establishment many years ago. Though Adolf Hitler is determined to continue the Second World War, Walter Schellenberg convinces Heinrich Himmler to conduct secret negotiations with the Americans, hoping to reach a separate peace deal which would allow the Germans to concentrate all their forces on the Eastern Front. In the meantime, Ernst Kaltenbrunner becomes suspicious of Stierlitz, and orders Heinrich Müller to launch a covert investigation on him.

Stierlitz is ordered by Moscow to ascertain whether the Americans and the Germans have a backdoor channel and, if so, to foil any possible agreement. His mission is complicated when the house of his assistants, radio operators Erwin and Katherin Kinn, is bombed. Erwin is killed, and his pregnant wife is taken to a hospital, threatening to compromise Stierlitz. He recruits two new aides—Professor Pleischner, a former member of the German Resistance, and Pastor Schlag, a clergyman who disapproves of the regime. All the while, Stierlitz has to engage in a battle of wits with Müller, who seeks to expose him as an enemy agent. He must also maneuver between the opposing factions inside the Main Security Office, as different high-ranking officials vie for power.

After realizing Himmler and Schellenberg have sent Karl Wolff to negotiate with Allen Dulles in neutral Switzerland, Stierlitz—playing on the rivalries between the Nazi plenipotentiaries—succeeds in leaking the details of the negotiations, conducted under the code name Operation Sunrise Crossword, both to Hitler and to Stalin. The Soviets, now possessing evidence, demand to end those contacts and President Roosevelt must oblige them. Himmler narrowly convinces Hitler it was all merely an attempt to sow distrust between the Allies. On 24 March 1945, Stierlitz, who managed to clear all suspicions against him, returns to his duties. The Red Army is steadily approaching Berlin.

2 years, 5 months ago

12 February 1945, Germany. Max Otto von Stierlitz, a respected SS-Standartenführer in the Ausland-SD, is in fact Soviet spy Maxim Isaev, who has infiltrated the German establishment many years ago. Though Adolf Hitler is determined to continue the Second World War, Walter Schellenberg convinces Heinrich Himmler to conduct secret negotiations with the Americans, hoping to reach a separate peace deal which would allow the Germans to concentrate all their forces on the Eastern Front. In the meantime, Ernst Kaltenbrunner becomes suspicious of Stierlitz, and orders Heinrich Müller to launch a covert investigation on him.

Stierlitz is ordered by Moscow to ascertain whether the Americans and the Germans have a backdoor channel and, if so, to foil any possible agreement. His mission is complicated when the house of his assistants, radio operators Erwin and Katherin Kinn, is bombed. Erwin is killed, and his pregnant wife is taken to a hospital, threatening to compromise Stierlitz. He recruits two new aides—Professor Pleischner, a former member of the German Resistance, and Pastor Schlag, a clergyman who disapproves of the regime. All the while, Stierlitz has to engage in a battle of wits with Müller, who seeks to expose him as an enemy agent. He must also maneuver between the opposing factions inside the Main Security Office, as different high-ranking officials vie for power.

After realizing Himmler and Schellenberg have sent Karl Wolff to negotiate with Allen Dulles in neutral Switzerland, Stierlitz—playing on the rivalries between the Nazi plenipotentiaries—succeeds in leaking the details of the negotiations, conducted under the code name Operation Sunrise Crossword, both to Hitler and to Stalin. The Soviets, now possessing evidence, demand to end those contacts and President Roosevelt must oblige them. Himmler narrowly convinces Hitler it was all merely an attempt to sow distrust between the Allies. On 24 March 1945, Stierlitz, who managed to clear all suspicions against him, returns to his duties. The Red Army is steadily approaching Berlin.

2 years, 5 months ago

12 February 1945, Germany. Max Otto von Stierlitz, a respected SS-Standartenführer in the Ausland-SD, is in fact Soviet spy Maxim Isaev, who has infiltrated the German establishment many years ago. Though Adolf Hitler is determined to continue the Second World War, Walter Schellenberg convinces Heinrich Himmler to conduct secret negotiations with the Americans, hoping to reach a separate peace deal which would allow the Germans to concentrate all their forces on the Eastern Front. In the meantime, Ernst Kaltenbrunner becomes suspicious of Stierlitz, and orders Heinrich Müller to launch a covert investigation on him.

Stierlitz is ordered by Moscow to ascertain whether the Americans and the Germans have a backdoor channel and, if so, to foil any possible agreement. His mission is complicated when the house of his assistants, radio operators Erwin and Katherin Kinn, is bombed. Erwin is killed, and his pregnant wife is taken to a hospital, threatening to compromise Stierlitz. He recruits two new aides—Professor Pleischner, a former member of the German Resistance, and Pastor Schlag, a clergyman who disapproves of the regime. All the while, Stierlitz has to engage in a battle of wits with Müller, who seeks to expose him as an enemy agent. He must also maneuver between the opposing factions inside the Main Security Office, as different high-ranking officials vie for power.

After realizing Himmler and Schellenberg have sent Karl Wolff to negotiate with Allen Dulles in neutral Switzerland, Stierlitz—playing on the rivalries between the Nazi plenipotentiaries—succeeds in leaking the details of the negotiations, conducted under the code name Operation Sunrise Crossword, both to Hitler and to Stalin. The Soviets, now possessing evidence, demand to end those contacts and President Roosevelt must oblige them. Himmler narrowly convinces Hitler it was all merely an attempt to sow distrust between the Allies. On 24 March 1945, Stierlitz, who managed to clear all suspicions against him, returns to his duties. The Red Army is steadily approaching Berlin.

2 years, 5 months ago

12 February 1945, Germany. Max Otto von Stierlitz, a respected SS-Standartenführer in the Ausland-SD, is in fact Soviet spy Maxim Isaev, who has infiltrated the German establishment many years ago. Though Adolf Hitler is determined to continue the Second World War, Walter Schellenberg convinces Heinrich Himmler to conduct secret negotiations with the Americans, hoping to reach a separate peace deal which would allow the Germans to concentrate all their forces on the Eastern Front. In the meantime, Ernst Kaltenbrunner becomes suspicious of Stierlitz, and orders Heinrich Müller to launch a covert investigation on him.

Stierlitz is ordered by Moscow to ascertain whether the Americans and the Germans have a backdoor channel and, if so, to foil any possible agreement. His mission is complicated when the house of his assistants, radio operators Erwin and Katherin Kinn, is bombed. Erwin is killed, and his pregnant wife is taken to a hospital, threatening to compromise Stierlitz. He recruits two new aides—Professor Pleischner, a former member of the German Resistance, and Pastor Schlag, a clergyman who disapproves of the regime. All the while, Stierlitz has to engage in a battle of wits with Müller, who seeks to expose him as an enemy agent. He must also maneuver between the opposing factions inside the Main Security Office, as different high-ranking officials vie for power.

After realizing Himmler and Schellenberg have sent Karl Wolff to negotiate with Allen Dulles in neutral Switzerland, Stierlitz—playing on the rivalries between the Nazi plenipotentiaries—succeeds in leaking the details of the negotiations, conducted under the code name Operation Sunrise Crossword, both to Hitler and to Stalin. The Soviets, now possessing evidence, demand to end those contacts and President Roosevelt must oblige them. Himmler narrowly convinces Hitler it was all merely an attempt to sow distrust between the Allies. On 24 March 1945, Stierlitz, who managed to clear all suspicions against him, returns to his duties. The Red Army is steadily approaching Berlin.

2 years, 5 months ago

12 February 1945, Germany. Max Otto von Stierlitz, a respected SS-Standartenführer in the Ausland-SD, is in fact Soviet spy Maxim Isaev, who has infiltrated the German establishment many years ago. Though Adolf Hitler is determined to continue the Second World War, Walter Schellenberg convinces Heinrich Himmler to conduct secret negotiations with the Americans, hoping to reach a separate peace deal which would allow the Germans to concentrate all their forces on the Eastern Front. In the meantime, Ernst Kaltenbrunner becomes suspicious of Stierlitz, and orders Heinrich Müller to launch a covert investigation on him.

Stierlitz is ordered by Moscow to ascertain whether the Americans and the Germans have a backdoor channel and, if so, to foil any possible agreement. His mission is complicated when the house of his assistants, radio operators Erwin and Katherin Kinn, is bombed. Erwin is killed, and his pregnant wife is taken to a hospital, threatening to compromise Stierlitz. He recruits two new aides—Professor Pleischner, a former member of the German Resistance, and Pastor Schlag, a clergyman who disapproves of the regime. All the while, Stierlitz has to engage in a battle of wits with Müller, who seeks to expose him as an enemy agent. He must also maneuver between the opposing factions inside the Main Security Office, as different high-ranking officials vie for power.

After realizing Himmler and Schellenberg have sent Karl Wolff to negotiate with Allen Dulles in neutral Switzerland, Stierlitz—playing on the rivalries between the Nazi plenipotentiaries—succeeds in leaking the details of the negotiations, conducted under the code name Operation Sunrise Crossword, both to Hitler and to Stalin. The Soviets, now possessing evidence, demand to end those contacts and President Roosevelt must oblige them. Himmler narrowly convinces Hitler it was all merely an attempt to sow distrust between the Allies. On 24 March 1945, Stierlitz, who managed to clear all suspicions against him, returns to his duties. The Red Army is steadily approaching Berlin.

2 years, 5 months ago

12 February 1945, Germany. Max Otto von Stierlitz, a respected SS-Standartenführer in the Ausland-SD, is in fact Soviet spy Maxim Isaev, who has infiltrated the German establishment many years ago. Though Adolf Hitler is determined to continue the Second World War, Walter Schellenberg convinces Heinrich Himmler to conduct secret negotiations with the Americans, hoping to reach a separate peace deal which would allow the Germans to concentrate all their forces on the Eastern Front. In the meantime, Ernst Kaltenbrunner becomes suspicious of Stierlitz, and orders Heinrich Müller to launch a covert investigation on him.

Stierlitz is ordered by Moscow to ascertain whether the Americans and the Germans have a backdoor channel and, if so, to foil any possible agreement. His mission is complicated when the house of his assistants, radio operators Erwin and Katherin Kinn, is bombed. Erwin is killed, and his pregnant wife is taken to a hospital, threatening to compromise Stierlitz. He recruits two new aides—Professor Pleischner, a former member of the German Resistance, and Pastor Schlag, a clergyman who disapproves of the regime. All the while, Stierlitz has to engage in a battle of wits with Müller, who seeks to expose him as an enemy agent. He must also maneuver between the opposing factions inside the Main Security Office, as different high-ranking officials vie for power.

After realizing Himmler and Schellenberg have sent Karl Wolff to negotiate with Allen Dulles in neutral Switzerland, Stierlitz—playing on the rivalries between the Nazi plenipotentiaries—succeeds in leaking the details of the negotiations, conducted under the code name Operation Sunrise Crossword, both to Hitler and to Stalin. The Soviets, now possessing evidence, demand to end those contacts and President Roosevelt must oblige them. Himmler narrowly convinces Hitler it was all merely an attempt to sow distrust between the Allies. On 24 March 1945, Stierlitz, who managed to clear all suspicions against him, returns to his duties. The Red Army is steadily approaching Berlin.

2 years, 5 months ago

12 February 1945, Germany. Max Otto von Stierlitz, a respected SS-Standartenführer in the Ausland-SD, is in fact Soviet spy Maxim Isaev, who has infiltrated the German establishment many years ago. Though Adolf Hitler is determined to continue the Second World War, Walter Schellenberg convinces Heinrich Himmler to conduct secret negotiations with the Americans, hoping to reach a separate peace deal which would allow the Germans to concentrate all their forces on the Eastern Front. In the meantime, Ernst Kaltenbrunner becomes suspicious of Stierlitz, and orders Heinrich Müller to launch a covert investigation on him.

Stierlitz is ordered by Moscow to ascertain whether the Americans and the Germans have a backdoor channel and, if so, to foil any possible agreement. His mission is complicated when the house of his assistants, radio operators Erwin and Katherin Kinn, is bombed. Erwin is killed, and his pregnant wife is taken to a hospital, threatening to compromise Stierlitz. He recruits two new aides—Professor Pleischner, a former member of the German Resistance, and Pastor Schlag, a clergyman who disapproves of the regime. All the while, Stierlitz has to engage in a battle of wits with Müller, who seeks to expose him as an enemy agent. He must also maneuver between the opposing factions inside the Main Security Office, as different high-ranking officials vie for power.

After realizing Himmler and Schellenberg have sent Karl Wolff to negotiate with Allen Dulles in neutral Switzerland, Stierlitz—playing on the rivalries between the Nazi plenipotentiaries—succeeds in leaking the details of the negotiations, conducted under the code name Operation Sunrise Crossword, both to Hitler and to Stalin. The Soviets, now possessing evidence, demand to end those contacts and President Roosevelt must oblige them. Himmler narrowly convinces Hitler it was all merely an attempt to sow distrust between the Allies. On 24 March 1945, Stierlitz, who managed to clear all suspicions against him, returns to his duties. The Red Army is steadily approaching Berlin.

2 years, 5 months ago

12 February 1945, Germany. Max Otto von Stierlitz, a respected SS-Standartenführer in the Ausland-SD, is in fact Soviet spy Maxim Isaev, who has infiltrated the German establishment many years ago. Though Adolf Hitler is determined to continue the Second World War, Walter Schellenberg convinces Heinrich Himmler to conduct secret negotiations with the Americans, hoping to reach a separate peace deal which would allow the Germans to concentrate all their forces on the Eastern Front. In the meantime, Ernst Kaltenbrunner becomes suspicious of Stierlitz, and orders Heinrich Müller to launch a covert investigation on him.

Stierlitz is ordered by Moscow to ascertain whether the Americans and the Germans have a backdoor channel and, if so, to foil any possible agreement. His mission is complicated when the house of his assistants, radio operators Erwin and Katherin Kinn, is bombed. Erwin is killed, and his pregnant wife is taken to a hospital, threatening to compromise Stierlitz. He recruits two new aides—Professor Pleischner, a former member of the German Resistance, and Pastor Schlag, a clergyman who disapproves of the regime. All the while, Stierlitz has to engage in a battle of wits with Müller, who seeks to expose him as an enemy agent. He must also maneuver between the opposing factions inside the Main Security Office, as different high-ranking officials vie for power.

After realizing Himmler and Schellenberg have sent Karl Wolff to negotiate with Allen Dulles in neutral Switzerland, Stierlitz—playing on the rivalries between the Nazi plenipotentiaries—succeeds in leaking the details of the negotiations, conducted under the code name Operation Sunrise Crossword, both to Hitler and to Stalin. The Soviets, now possessing evidence, demand to end those contacts and President Roosevelt must oblige them. Himmler narrowly convinces Hitler it was all merely an attempt to sow distrust between the Allies. On 24 March 1945, Stierlitz, who managed to clear all suspicions against him, returns to his duties. The Red Army is steadily approaching Berlin.

2 years, 5 months ago

12 February 1945, Germany. Max Otto von Stierlitz, a respected SS-Standartenführer in the Ausland-SD, is in fact Soviet spy Maxim Isaev, who has infiltrated the German establishment many years ago. Though Adolf Hitler is determined to continue the Second World War, Walter Schellenberg convinces Heinrich Himmler to conduct secret negotiations with the Americans, hoping to reach a separate peace deal which would allow the Germans to concentrate all their forces on the Eastern Front. In the meantime, Ernst Kaltenbrunner becomes suspicious of Stierlitz, and orders Heinrich Müller to launch a covert investigation on him.

Stierlitz is ordered by Moscow to ascertain whether the Americans and the Germans have a backdoor channel and, if so, to foil any possible agreement. His mission is complicated when the house of his assistants, radio operators Erwin and Katherin Kinn, is bombed. Erwin is killed, and his pregnant wife is taken to a hospital, threatening to compromise Stierlitz. He recruits two new aides—Professor Pleischner, a former member of the German Resistance, and Pastor Schlag, a clergyman who disapproves of the regime. All the while, Stierlitz has to engage in a battle of wits with Müller, who seeks to expose him as an enemy agent. He must also maneuver between the opposing factions inside the Main Security Office, as different high-ranking officials vie for power.

After realizing Himmler and Schellenberg have sent Karl Wolff to negotiate with Allen Dulles in neutral Switzerland, Stierlitz—playing on the rivalries between the Nazi plenipotentiaries—succeeds in leaking the details of the negotiations, conducted under the code name Operation Sunrise Crossword, both to Hitler and to Stalin. The Soviets, now possessing evidence, demand to end those contacts and President Roosevelt must oblige them. Himmler narrowly convinces Hitler it was all merely an attempt to sow distrust between the Allies. On 24 March 1945, Stierlitz, who managed to clear all suspicions against him, returns to his duties. The Red Army is steadily approaching Berlin.

2 years, 5 months ago

Alisa has run after the pirates and Kolya but has lost their track. The witness leads her in the wrong direction. The other children arrive to help searching, as Yulya has told them Alisa's secret. They worry that Kolya may be tortured in order to reveal where he keeps the myelophone. Fima believes that the device is still at Kolya's place and runs there in order to pick it up before the pirates arrive. The other children search the building where Alisa lost Kolya's track. In the abandoned house, the pirates start interrogating Kolya. Meanwhile, Yulya reaches for a snack in her schoolbag and discovers the myelophone. The children use it to scan the remaining flats in the building. Alisa spots the witness and uses the myelophone on him. His thoughts tell that two men carried an unconscious boy to the abandoned house. The children approach the house and are noticed by the pirates who also realise that Alisa carries the myelophone. As Kolya has fallen unconscious from the torture, the pirates assume his shape. One distracts most children, the other lures Alisa into the house. While she cares for Kolya, the pirate takes the myelophone. However, the talent scout has also entered the house. When the pirate threatens her, she throws him out of the window. The other pirate takes the myelophone from him and tries to leave him behind in the 20th century. However, the access to the time machine is still blocked. The children rush in but one pirate fires his blaster, forcing the children to retreat. The door to the time machine opens and Polina enters in order to arrest the pirates. They fire on her as well but she is protected by a force field and paralyses them. Alisa says goodbye and tells the children what they are going to become in the future. While she enters the secret chamber and the door closes, we hear the song "Beautiful Tomorrow".

2 years, 5 months ago

Alisa is admitted to school, excels in English class and also receives letters from classmates. Fima, triumphant that his predictions have come true so far, wonders whether Alisa will try to eliminate Kolya as witness if he gives her the myelophone. He explains to Kolya the danger of creating alternative timelines by using knowledge from the future. The pirates and the girls spot each other in a pedestrian precinct. A chase ensues but a neighbour with a big dog scares away the pirate. In class, the girls start interrogating the three Kolyas. The right Kolya is scared but is saved by Fima distracting the girls with a story of being in love. In a park, Kolya hides from a pirate. At home, the girls wonder why none of the Kolyas seemed to be the right one. Later the pirates observe the children during sports. Alisa exceeds in long jump, sparking interest not only in the pirates but also in a talent scout. The pirates decide to kidnap Alisa but the girls see their reflection in a shop window. They run away but are stopped by the talent scout who demands to see more of Alisa's abilities. When the girls finally arrive home, they find themselves sieged by the pirates. They disguise as an adult to leave the house on the next morning. In the park, the pirates approach one of the Kolyas but he annoys them by being overly talkative. They trick another classmate into showing them the school's back entrance. Meanwhile, Kolya has picked up the myelophone from home and sneaks it in Yulya's schoolbag. A pirate enters the class disguised as teacher and calls out Alisa to check her schoolbag. When the real teacher encounters her copy, she drops unconscious. Kolya confesses to Alisa that he is the one who took the myelophone and runs away, distracting the pirates' attention from Alisa. After a long chase, Kolya is caught, stunned and taken away. A witness is frightened into silence.

2 years, 5 months ago