Synopsis: Primarily a biographical documentary about the military career of Alexander Vasilvich Suvorov, who was Field Marshal of the armies of Catherine the Great and Czar Paul I. After many military successes during the reign of Catherine, General Suvorov broke with her successor, Paul I, the Mad Emperor, over questions regarding army policy. He went into retirement and wrote "The Science of Victory," containing maxims such as "Swiftness of movement accompanies victory," and "the real general is he who defeats the enemy before reaching him." The czar recalled Suvorov to become the leader of the joint armies of Rissia and Austria against Napoleon.
100 min

To His Excellency, gentleman

and count... -Shorter!

To general Suvorov. Continue!

The message.

"Fulfilling orders of the commander

Field Marshal duke Repnin,

I've started to march

on the carriageway

in the direction of the Polish

fortified camp in Sokolki village..."


You mean this camp?

The order of the commander,

as is known to Your Excellency,

is set out...

-Set out, set out.

I got that order yesterday,

and it was very clear.

Go to Sokolki and work fast.

And to general Lobanov-Rostovsky,

to hurry and join with me.

But that is not what we see here!

Your Excellency...


"And according to this,

I ask Your Excellency,

to speed up the movement and

to unite with me in the field,

and to deploy forces for a

joint attack at the enemy camp,

not later than this sixth of October."


What October 6th?

What date is today?

-Fifth, Al. Vasilich.

The fifth!

So, your Lobanov-Rostovsky

has passed half of the way?

And tomorrow he'll be here?

And tomorrow, you say,

he'll go to attack?

Now we're in trouble!

But, you see, there will be no attack.

Polish camp - is no more here. See

for yourself. Not a single smoke, see?

Well, they bewildered!

We crushed them without

waiting for your general.

What to do now, God have mercy?


Shall we turn back the clock,

so that we can again

strike at the camp with Lobanov?

No, impossible.

Allow me to report...

our corps moves with the speed

envisaged with regulations.

Well, well! Hurry, but slowly!

And how?

Going around, darling. Around!

But I went thru the forest!

Half the length, three times faster.

Drum! Map!

-Drum! Quickly!

I stayed in Grushevke

for more than three days.

And Lobanov-Rostovsky was here!

Here thru these fields,

and now on your road, he drags

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