|The End of St. Petersburg|
Original Russian Poster
The End of St. Petersburg (Russian: Конец Санкт-Петербурга; Konets Sankt-Peterburga) is the 1927 Soviet silent movie, directed by Vsevolod Pudovkin and Mikhail Doller.
The following weapons were used in the film The End of St. Petersburg:
Russian policemen (one of the was played by Sergey Komarov) carry an Nagant M1895 in the holsters.
Policeman with the handgun at the left.
German Officer 1 (Vsevolod Pudovkin) can be seen with the holstered handgun.
German Officer 1 with the handgun.
Mosin Nagant M1891
Most of the Imperial Russian soldiers were armed with the Mosin Nagant M1891s. Mosin Nagant M1891 is the standar firearm of the Bolshevik rebels (one of them was played by Aleksandr Chistyakov).
Full-length, Imperial Russian Mosin Nagant M1891 - 7.62x54mm R
Imperial Russian soldier reloads his Mosin-Nagant.
Killed soldier drops his rifle.
Soldier of Russian Provisional Government with the rifle on his sholder.
Bolshevik rebel with the rifle on his shoulder.
Mauser Gewehr 1898
Several Imperial Russian and German soldiers uses bayonet attcahed Mauser Gewehr 1898 rifles with M1898/05 n/A Sawback bayonet.
Mauser Gewehr 1898 - 7.92x57mm Mauser
Imperial Russian with the rifle. Note typical bayonet.
Typical bayonet attached on the rifle. Muzzle is seen.
German soldiers with the rifles. Note the bayonet.
Colt 1895 Automatic Machine Gun
German soldier fires Colt 1895 Automatic Machine Gun. Most likely the machine guns are of Russian contract M1895/14 model.
Colt 1895/14 machine gun, Russian contract version - 7.62x54mm R
Another view of the same scene.
Bolshevik rebels uses Maxim M1910 during the attack ob winter palace.
Maxim 1910, simplified version with smooth water jacket - 7.62x54mmR
Bolshevick rebels fires their Maxim.
Good view of the Maxim from the left...
Naval guns were mounted on the ships of Imperial Russian Navy.
76 mm divisional gun M1902
Bolshevik rebels uses 76 mm divisional gun M1902 during the attack on Winter Palace.
76-mm (3-inch) divisional gun model 1902 in the Finnish Military Museum, Helsinki, Finland.
Perfect view of the muzzle.
42-line fortress and siege gun Pattern of 1877
Bolshevik rebels uses pair of 42-line fortress and siege guns Pattern of 1877 during the attack on Winter Palace. Same scene is seen in Oktyabr (also 1927), except in this movie the image is inverted.
M1877 in Hämeenlinna Artillery Museum.