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Russian films and programs about WWII to be watched by European viewers

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Russian films and programs about WWII to be watched by European viewers


20.03.2020

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The Pobeda TV channel has begun broadcasting programs to all European countries, RIA Novosti reports. It is included in the Digital Television Family package of Channel One. The signal is distributed freely and is provided to viewers for free.

According to general producer Dmitry Borisov, the content is primarily intended for compatriots living abroad. It is very important, he is convinced, that people on the territory of the former republics of the Soviet Union and in other countries can watch programs telling the truth about the Great Patriotic War.

The program consists of new cinema, Russian films and series. They are supplemented by classic films dedicated to the war, documentary programs. At the heart of many of them are archival materials that are unknown to the general public, the stories of historians and veterans, and much more.

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