Other title(s):[IV CONGRESO III INTERNACIONAL. FUNERAL EN BERLIN DE VATSLAV WOROWSKI] = [III INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS. BURIAL OF WOROWSKI IN BERLIN]
Description:Reportage on the Fourth Congress of the Third International, Komintern. Exterior the Smolny Institute in St. Petersburg (wrongly identified on the label as Mariinsky Theatre) with the arrival of the participants. Sequences within the building with delegates interventions. More speeches in the streets of the city. Soldiers parade during which a woman makes a speech to attendees. Headquarters of the British Trade Delegation in Moscow and anti-capitalist demonstration. Funeral in Berlin of Vatslav Worowski, whose remains were traveling to Moscow. The politician died in a terrorist attack during the celebration of the international conference in Lausanne (Switzerland). Reception of remains in the station and funeral procession through the streets of Berlin. Among the attendees there is a Soviet delegation and the Russian ambassador in Germany, Nikolai Krestinsky, next to Karl Radeck. The fourth Congress of the III International or Comintern has been dated contrasting the lists of different congresses attendees with the attendants appearing in the film. It is the funeral of Vastlav Woroswki in Berlin, a Russian diplomat assassinated on 10 May 1923 during the Conference of Lausanne, which ends the war started in 1914 between Turkey and different European states. Among consulted internet sources have appeared photographs of the funeral preserved in the Bundesarchiv that show the action from another angle. The consulted sources are: english wikipedia, german wikipedia, www.marxisthistory.org. At the end of Moscow sequences appears the intertitle: "Industrie Handels AG J.A.H. Filmant für Sowjetrrusland".
Keywords:EFG1914 / World War I / Funeral political / demonstration / Third International / communism / Comintern / USSR / terrorist attack / EFG1914 / Funeral político / manifestación / IIIª Internacional / comunismo / Comintern / URSS / atentado / Instituto Smolny (San Petesburgo) / Berlín (Alemania) / Moscú (Rusia) / San Petesburgo (Rusia)