Arms for Prague (Zbrane pro Prahu)
Arms for Prague (Zbrane pro Prahu) is a Czechoslovak war film from the period of the Prague uprising. Action drama, set in occupied Czechoslovakia, in which a group of resistance fighters operating out of a railway station must ensure a shipment of arms reaches their fellow rebels without being detected by the Nazis. Was filmed director Ivo Toman on a story of Rudolf Cerný Pancérový vlak (Armoured train).
The following guns were used in Arms for Prague (Zbrane pro Prahu):
Some Germans and resistance fighters are seen with Walther P38s.
The German soldiers and also the resistance fighters used MP40s.
PPSh-41 / PPS-43
No battle scene is complete without a Karabiner 98k rifle.
The resistance fighters also captured a MG34 machine gun.
In the hands of Germans and Resistance appeared also Panzerfaust.
Flak 38 Zwilling
The AA Flak 38 Zwilling was corrected for a Czech resistance fighters and manipulated by the father Chýn (Ladislav H. Struna).