Across the Cemetery (Cherez kladbishche)
Across the Cemetery (Cherez kladbishche) is a Soviet 1965 (filmed 1964) B&W war drama directed by Viktor Turov. The plot is set in Autumn 1942 in Nazi-occupied Belorussia. A partisans unit is in dire need of explosives to make attacks on German military trains. Young Mikhas Pashkevich (Vladimir Martynov) is send to meet mechanic Bugreev who secretly store unexploded shells. Mikhas is accompanied by elderly Sazon Ivanovich Kulik who works for Germans by the secret task of partisans.
The following weapons were used in the film Across the Cemetery (Cherez kladbishche):
FN Model 1905
In the final scene Eva gives Feliks' FN Model 1905-style pocket pistol to Mikhas Pashkevich (Vladimir Martynov).
When Mikhas prepares to go to his mission, Klava (Antonina Bendova) suggests him to take her pistol. The gun isn't seen clear enough for a positive identification.
Most German soldiers carry MP40 submachine guns.
Some MP38 submachine guns are also seen in hands of German soldiers.
Several partisans are armed with PPSh-41 submachine guns.
A partisan carries a full-length Mosin Nagant Rifle of unclear model, M91/30 or original M91.
Two Hilfspolizei carry Karabiner 98k rifles.
Maxim M1910 machine guns are seen in the partisans' forest camp.
An MG34 on tripod is mounted on the railway flatcar.
A PTRD-41 AT rifle on a makeshift anti-aircraft mount is seen in the partisans' forest camp.
A Pak 40 AT gun is seen during the funeral of a German officer.
A ZiS-3 divisional gun is seen on the railway flatcar of the German train.