Leaders of destroyers [Video: electronic resource]: [documentary] / script authors: Vadim Khapaev, Andrey Semak; director of photography: Andrey Nekhoroshikh; text reads: Sergei Kolesnikov; Producer: Yuri Marholia; OOO Pride. - Electronic data (1 video file). - (St. Petersburg: Boris Yeltsin Presidential Library, 2015). - (The cycle "Great Patriotic War, Battle for the Black Sea"). - System requirements: 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. The title from the screen. Duration: 26 min. 02 sec. Original resource: The destroyer leaders [Video]: [documentary] / script authors: Vadim Khapaev, Andrey Semak; director of photography: Andrey Nekhoroshikh; text reads: Sergei Kolesnikov; Producer: Yuri Marholia; OOO Pride. Moscow: OOO "Russian Historical Channel", 2010. The file in avi format on the hard disk. Location: LLC "Russian Historical Canal." Copying by users is not allowed. Russian Historical Canal LLC. A film from the series "The Great Patriotic War: Battle for the Black Sea" from the collection of documentaries of the Russian Historical Channel "Leaders of destroyers" tells about Soviet destroyers in the battles for the Black Sea coast
I. Semak, Andrei. II. Khapaev, Vadim Vadimovich (candidate of historical sciences, 1968-). III. Bad, Andrew (operator). IV. Kolesnikov, Sergei Valentinovich (Honored Artist of Russia, 1955-). V. Marholia, Yuri Mikhailovich. VI. "Russian Historical Channel", Limited Liability Company (Moscow). VII. Pride, Limited Liability Company (Moscow) .1. The Black Sea Fleet of the USSR - History - Documentary films. 2. Black Sea Fleet - Fighting - 1941 - 1945 - Documentary films. 3. The people (the collection). 4. Memory of the Great Victory (collection). 5. Destroyers - History - USSR - Documentary films. 6. Great Patriotic War - Naval operations - Black Sea - 1941 - 1945 - Documentary films. 7. Documentaries.
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