Stalingrad (1993)

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Stalingrad (1993)
Stalingrad film.jpg
Movie poster
Country GER.jpg Germany
Directed by Joseph Vilsmaier
Release Date 1993
Language German, Russian
Studio B.A. Produktion
Distributor Strand Releasing
Main Cast
Character Actor
Fritz Reiser Dominique Horwitz
Hans von Witzland Thomas Kretschmann
Manfred 'Rollo' Rohleder Jochen Nickel
'GeGe' Müller Sebastian Rudolph
Irina Dana Vávrová
Otto Sylvester Groth
Hauptmann Musk Karel Hermánek
Pflüger Mark Kuhn
Wölk Zdenek Vencl
Hauptmann Haller Dieter Okras




The following weapons were used in the film Stalingrad (1993):

Contents


Pistols

Walther P38

Some of the characters in the film are seen with a Walther P38 pistol.

Walther P38 pistol - 9x19mm
Leutnant von Witzland (Thomas Kretschmann) aims his P38 at a Russian soldier.
Otto (Sylvester Groth) shoots Hauptmann Haller.
Irina (Dana Vávrová) tries to kill herself.

Luger P08

German officers use mainly a Luger P08 pistols.

Luger P08 9x19mm
Hauptmann Haller (Dieter Okras).
Hauptmann Musk (Karel Hermánek).

LP-42 Flare Pistol

Leuchtpistole 42 Flare Pistol 26.5mm
German officer fires LP-42 Flare Pistol during fighting in Stalingrad

Submachine Guns

MP40

The MP40 is heavly used by many characters, most notably by Leutnant von Witzland (Thomas Kretschmann).

MP40 - 9mm.
Leutnant von Witzland holds the MP40 (early version) with the smooth magazine receiver.
Also Hauptmann Musk (Karel Hermánek) (right) is armed with an MP40 submachine gun.
Unteroffizier Manfred Rohleder 'Rollo' (Jochen Nickel) fires his MP40 during street fighting.
Gefreiter Wölk (Zdenek Vencl) fires his MP40 during a battle in factory.
Leutnant von Witzland aims his MP40 submachine gun at Irina (Dana Vávrová), a Soviet nurse.
Obergefreiter Reiser (Dominique Horwitz) seizes a MP40 in a field hospital.
Close up of the MP40 barrel

PPSh-41

The PPSh-41 is the most heavy used weapon, and is used by both Soviet and German troops.

Soviet PPSh-41 Submachine Gun - 7.62x25mm Tokarev
"They're better than the ones we have. They never jam.Never."
German soldier armed with a PPSh-41 ready to go on the offensive.
Soviet soldiers surrendering with PPSh's in their hands.
Soviet infantry armed with PPSh-41's
A Soviet soldier firing his PPSh-41.

Rifles

Karabiner 98k

The Kar98k used by a few Germans .

Karabiner 98k - 7.92x57mm
German soldiers with Karabiner 98k await the order to attack.
Wehrmacht soldiers rush to battle with their Karabiner 98k's.
Reloading
Young 'GeGe' Müller (Sebastian Rudolph) and some other German soldiers are forced to aim their rifles at civilians.
Fritz Reiser (Dominique Horwitz) aims his rifle.

Mosin Nagant Rifle

Full-length, Soviet Mosin Nagant M91/30 - 7.62x54R
A Soviet soldier holds his full-length Mosin Nagant Rifle

Mosin Nagant M91/30 Sniper Rifle

A Soviet sniper is briefly seen with a M91/30 Sniper rifle.

Mosin Nagant 91/30 - 7.62x54mm R
A Red Army sniper prepares to fire his Mosin Nagant.

Machine Guns

MG34

MG34 7.92x57mm Mauser with 75-round ammo drum
Two German soldiers loading an MG34 in battle.
A German soldier fires an MG34 at incoming Russians.

MG42

MG42 with bipod extended - 7.92mm Mauser
MG42 machine gun can be seen in the railroad car

Degtyaryov DT

A hull-mounted Degtyaryov DT appear on the Soviet tanks later in the film.

DT machine gun, 7.62x54mm R
Hull mounted Degtyaryov DT machine gun on a Soviet T-34-85. Note the machine gun is mounted on the left side of the tank instead of the (correct) right side indicating it is a mirrored shot.

Maxim M1910/30 Machine Gun (modified Goryunov SG-43)

Goryunov SG-43 Machine Gun On 'Sokolov' mount with shield - 7.62x54mm R
Russian machinegun position with a fake Maxim machine gun.
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Hand Grenades

Model 24 Stielhandgranate

German soldiers use Model 24 grenades. At one point, Unteroffizier Manfred "Rollo" Rohleder (Jochen Nickel) and 'GeGe' Müller (Sebastian Rudolph) try to use a "Geballte Ladung", a half-dozen grenade heads straped to one stick grenade, against a Russian tank

Model 24 Stielhandgranate "Potato Masher" high-explosive fragmentation hand grenade
Feldmann holds a Model 24 grenade
Feldmann (Thorsten Bolloff) runs with the Stielhandgranate.
German soldier binds together Model 24 grenade heads to create a more powerful charge. By the way those grenades heads are likely made from rubber
Stalingrad-M24-2.jpg

Hafthohlladung Anti Tank Mine

German soldiers use Hafthohlladung Anti Tank Mines to destroy Soviet T-34-85 tanks.

Hafthohlladung shaped charge anti-tank grenade
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Other

Flammenwerfer 35

Obergefreiter Reiser (Dominique Horwitz) fires a flamethrower in Stalingrad's sewers.

Flammenwerfer 35 flamethrower
Front view of the flamethrower.
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2 cm Flak 38

A 2 cm Flak 38 is seen on a debris-strewn battlefield.

2 cm Flak 38 in single mounting - 20x138mm B
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45mm anti-tank gun M1942 (M-42)

An abandoned 45mm anti-tank gun M1942 (M-42) is seen behind Unteroffizier 'Rollo' (Jochen Nickel).

M1942 (M-42) Soviet anti-tank gun - 45 mm (1.77 in)
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5 cm Pak 38

Hauptmann Musk (Karel Hermánek) and his men use a 5 cm Pak 38 anti-tank gun against Russian tanks.

5 cm-Pak 38 anti-tank gun.
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T-34-85

Several Soviet T-34-85 tanks are used by the Russians.This is anarchrostic for 1942.(the 85 version was adopted in 1944).

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