Cinema: Great Russian Film

One night last week Moscow's foreign correspondents attended a preview of what may be the finest documentary war film ever made. Entitled June 13th, the picture is a 70-minute record of one day's land, sea and air battles from the Baltic to Sevastopol, plus superb shots of activities behind the Russian front. Lacking propaganda-as-such, June 13th may prove to be the most convincing report to date of the terrible determination of the Russian fight. To get scenes the government sent out 160 cameramen. Twenty lost their lives.

The opening scenes of June 13th...

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