The first train from the mainland

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Frolov, Matthew L. (radiojournalist; 1914-1995).The first train from the mainland: [conversation with VM Virolaynenym: running commentary] / correspondent Matthew Frolov;[Corresponding point "Beacon" in Leningrad].- [Leningrad], 7 February 1983. -1 audio file (12.3 MB).- (Archival records corresponding point "Beacon" in Leningrad / St Petersburg).-Access: Internet portal of the Presidential Library.Title of the accompanying document.Time: 8 min 58 s.Radio journalist Matthew L. Frolov talks with Waldemar Matveyevich Virolaynenym from January 1942 to July 1944, headed the Volhovstroevsky railway junction as a delegate of the People's Commissariat of Railways.Under the leadership of VM Virolainen were working to prepare for the departure of the first train to win - 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.- 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. Virolainen, Waldemar Matveevich (railroad, statesman, 1901-1983).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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