The first train from the mainland

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Frolov, Matthew L. (radiojournalist; 1914-1995).The first train from the mainland [memories driver GO Fedorova: running commentary] / correspondent Matthew Frolov;[Corresponding point "Beacon" in Leningrad].- [Leningrad], 5 February 1983. The audio file -1 (5.7 Mb).- (Archival records corresponding point "Beacon" in Leningrad / St Petersburg).-Access: Internet portal of the Presidential Library.Title of the accompanying document.Time: 4 min 10 s.Presented the memories of veteran railway worker, machinist George Osipovich Fedorov on the construction and operation of roads victory - a temporary railway line Polyana - Shlisselburg, in effect since February 5, 1943 on March 10, 1944, and serves to deliver the goods to the besieged Leningrad.Reporting is timed to the 40 anniversary of sending to Leningrad first train after breaking blockade with food and ammunition.- Digital copies of working materials broadcasts national radio journalist Matthew L. Frolova, the founder of an office of the All-Union Radio in besieged Leningrad, a member of the St. Petersburg Union of Journalists, a board member of the St. Petersburg Union of Journalists, the head of an office of the Central Television and All-Union Radio in Leningrad, were transferred to thepresidential library in 2017 within the "Leningrad journalism: the preservation of the centuries."I. Fedorov, George Osipovich (railroad).II."Mayak" radio station (USSR).Correspondent point in Leningrade.1.People (collection).2. The memory of the Great Victory (collection).3. The Siege of Leningrad - 1941 - 1944 - Recordings.4. Broadcast - USSR.an electronic copy of the source: from private collectionThe storage location of the original: From the private collection
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