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Death Is Called Engelchen (Smrt sa volá Engelchen)
Death Is Called Engelchen (English: Smrť sa volá Engelchen) is a 1960 Slovak by TV produced black-and-white war drama directed by Ivan Balada on based novel of Ladislav Mnacko about partisan movement at end of WWII. Starring Ivan Mistrík, Stefan Kvietik, Július Vasek and Kveta Fialová. This is the first Slovak television feature film.
The following weapons were used in the film Death Is Called Engelchen (Smrt sa volá Engelchen):
Commander Nikolaj (Leopold Haverl) used captured German Luger P08. His deputy Grigorij (Vlado Müller) wears it also.
Peter (Július Vasek) and Fred (Stefan Kvietik) carry as their personalty weapons a CZ 27 pistol.
1910 Mauser Pocket Pistol
Marta (Kveta Fialová) shoot German general from her 1910 Mauser pocket pistol.
Russian Nagant M1895
Volodya (Ivan Mistrík) have also a Nagant M1895 revolver.
Partisans in the film use mostly a PPSh-41 submachine guns with drum magazine.
German soldiers and some partisans are armed with a MP40 submachine guns.
VZ-24 Czech Mauser
Among partisans are seen VZ-24 Czech Mauser rifles from the Slovak army.
The German rear units are in abundance equipped with a Karabiner 98k rifles.
Mosin Nagant M44 Carbine
Jožina (Elena Pappová-Zvaríková) carries a Soviet Mosin Nagant M44 Carbine.
ZB26 Machine Gun
The partisans also have the ZB26 machine gun from armament of the Slovak Army.
Model 24 Stielhandgranate
Volodya (Ivan Mistrík) and Fred (Stefan Kvietik) as other partisans are equipped with Model 24 Stielhandgranates.
The Panzerfaust loot of partisans has became fatal for their commander Nikolaj (Leopold Haverl).