Suvorov. Alpine trekking

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Suvorov. Alpine campaign [Video: electronic resource]: [documentary] / author. script, director: T. Denisova; operator: V. Pastukhov; sound engineer: I. Bukhtoyarov; composer: M. Mokienko; Editors: E. Berson, S. Bubnova; announcer: V. Dyachenko; sci. Consultant: N. Rogulin; Ed .: V. Bocharov; producer: N. Kamenetskaya. - Electronic data (1 video file: 907.7 MB). - (St. Petersburg: Boris Yeltsin Presidential Library, 2012). -
System requirements: PC 1 GHz or higher; RAM 512 MB or higher; Windows; Windows Media Player; video adapter; sound card.
Access mode: the Internet portal of the Boris Yeltsin Presidential Library.
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Duration: 38 min 59 sec. Color, sound
On the first frames of the title: "Natakam" is presented by Suvorov. Alpine trekking.
Original resource: Suvorov. Alpine trekking: [documentary] / author. script, director: T. Denisova; operator: V. Pastukhov; sound engineer: I. Bukhtoyarov; composer: M. Mokienko; Editors: E. Berson, S. Bubnova; announcer: V. Dyachenko; sci. Consultant: N. Rogulin; Ed .: V. Bocharov; producer: N. Kamenetskaya. Saint-Petersburg: Film studio Natakam, 2010. 1 electron. opt.
The film studio tells about the legendary Russian commander Alexander Vasilievich Suvorov and the transition of the Russian army under his leadership through the Alps in September 1799.
The film gives an idea of ​​how the image of AV Suvorov and the Russian army in Switzerland was preserved. In the film's shooting, historian NG Rogulin, director of the local lore museum Carlo Peterposten, archivist Luc Monier, Russian ambassador in Switzerland Igor Bratchikov and others took part in the film. .
I. Denisova, Tatyana. II. "Natakam", a film studio (St. Petersburg) .1. Suvorov, Alexander Vasilyevich (1730 - 1800) - Multimedia editions. 2. The people (the collection). 3. Territory (collection). 4. Russia and the countries of the world (collection). 5. Suvorov's Swiss campaign - 1799 - Multimedia publications.

Source of electronic copy: "NATAKAM" film studio
Location of original: "NATAKAM" studio
Publisher Киностудия "Натакам"
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