THE SOVIET UNION BROKE IN 1991 FOLLOWED BY THE 1993 RUSSIAN CRISIS

The Soviet Union broke in 1991 followed by the 1993 Russian constitutional crisis. As a result, various television channels broadcasted volatile events from Moscow. The collapse situation lasted for months, therefore, we have hours of stock footage on the topic.

03’01” Boris Yeltsin speaking on a tank in front of the government building. in Moscow on 19 August 1991. Other Boris Yeltsin-related stock footage featuring early and late 1990th. 

THE SOVIET UNION BROKE IN 1991 FOLLOWED BY THE 1993 RUSSIAN CRISIS we present a stock footage collection devoted to the era. It is filmed on Betacam SP 720 x 576 resolution and digitized in the highest way possible. Mostly the footage reveals hardship and poverty followed by the collapse during the 1990th. For example here is a video featuring teenagers working and begging on the streets of Moscow.

 

In addition, our Video Editing Engineer adds new stock footage daily to our YouTube channels. 

 

Besides, we digitised hours of footage featuring the August 21, 1991 Coup in Russia. These videos include protesters clashes, Gorbachev’s resignation, interviews with communist party ex-leaders and more.

Moscow coup gathered lots of Russian crowd on the streets of ex USSR capital. The area of the Russian Parliament was an epicentre of revolutionary events. Russian military in Soviet uniforms came to stop violence during the coup d’état in 1991.  Here we present shocking videos, various interviews and stock video clips for your creative projects. Protesters clash with police and military on the streets of Moscow.

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RUSSIA’S OLDER RUBLES SUDDENLY WORTHLESS.

The Russian government stunned its citizens Saturday with a blitzkrieg of monetary reform, abruptly announcing that some of the cash in their pockets will be officially worthless Monday. Central Bank invalidates all Russian and former Soviet currency issued before 1993.

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