Kiev during the first days of war, 1941
Based on the paper documentation from the Central State Archives, translated from Russian: This is Kyiv [Kiev] during the first days of war (more precisely it's June 28, 1941). CU of a crowd gathered on a street to listen to the radio report. VS of people in the crowd: soldiers, civilians. [The footage was shot on Mitskevich Street]. Military vehicles with Soviet soldiers are rolling through the streets. CU of a street calendar that reads "June 28th, Saturday" and shows 11 a.m. CU of two Jewish men sitting and talking. CU of a young man talking to a young woman. AV of a square in Kyiv. VS of a group of nurses walking in the street. CU of a man reading a street poster that announces a concert program at the Franko Theatre [One of the oldest theaters in Kyiv]. Another poster written in Hebrew and Ukrainian announces a play "Feast" performed by the Kyiv State Jewish Theatre.
Record last modified: 2020-02-04 10:39:53
This page: https://collections.ushmm.org/search/catalog/irn1002880