Clara Immerwahr (2014)
Clara Immerwahr is a 2014 Austro-German television movie directed by Harald Sicheritz. Clara Immerwahr is very inquisitive at an early age and is particularly interested in chemical research. Although it is extremely difficult for women in the late 19th century to pursue a successful academic career, despite all the adverse circumstances and hostilities, Clara succeeds in finishing high school and obtaining a place in physical chemistry at the University of Breslau. In the year 1900, she even became one of the first doctoral German women with her doctoral degree. Shortly thereafter, she marries Fritz Haber, with whom she shares her passion for chemistry and in which she has already fallen in love during her studies. But while her husband initially supported her energetically and the two work together, it soon breaks up when Fritz finally uses her research to support the military in the face of the approaching First World War.
The following weapons were used in the film Clara Immerwahr (2014):
Mauser Gewehr 1888/05
All German soldiers in the movie are armed with Mauser Gewehr 1888/05 rifles. During the poison gas attack on April 22, 1915, some French soldiers are seen also with G88s.
Mosin Nagant M91/30
Schmidt Rubin K31
Anachronistic Swiss Schmidt Rubin K31 carbines are used also by French soldiers.
An abandoned Turkish Gew.88/05/35 is seen in the trench during the gas attack.
Some unknown rífles can be seen used by French soldiers.