Silent Barricade, The
The Silent Barricade (orig. Němá barikáda) is a Czechoslovak war film from the period of the Prague uprising, which in 1949 the director Otakar Vávra made according to the novel written by Jan Drda. The story tells of Prague's citizens, who organized resistance against Panzer Division SS was coming to Prague. In Troja, their building of barricades on the bridge and their defense showed the citizens' great effort and heroism.
The following guns were used in The Silent Barricade:
A German officer carries a Luger P08.
Some German officers are armed with Walther P38s .
Gendarmerie carry CZ 38 pistols.
SS soldiers and insurgents carry MP40s.
Among the weapons hidden during WWII by insurgents were also several a MP38 submachine guns.
PPSh-41 / PPSh-43 Submachine Gun
A Soviet soldier sitting on a T-34 holds a PPSh-41 submachine guns.
The main weapon of German soldiers is the Karabiner 98k rifle. Some insurgents also carry the weapon
VZ-24 Czech Mauser
Czech police and soldiers are armed with VZ-24 Czech Mauser.
A German soldier is seen with an MG34 Panzerlauf machine gun.
The Czech insurgents used captured MG42 machine guns against the Germans.
Model 24 Stielhandgranate
German troops and the resistance fighters use Model 24 Stielhandgranates.
Model 39 Eihandgranate
VZ 21 hand grenade
The Czech insurgents use the Panzerfaust to combat German armoured vehicles.