The Defeated is a German-Canadian television series directed by Måns Mårlind and starring Taylor Kitsch as U.S. police officer Max McLaughlin and Nina Hoss as German chief inspector and studied semiologist, Elsie Garten. Berlin in 1946: U.S. policeman Max McLaughlin arrives in the American occupation zone to help establish a police force in the war-torn city. McLaughlin is assisted by the German policewoman Elsie. During their work, the two must put a stop to the underworld figure "Engelmacher", who has taken power and organized crime in the turmoil after the war. While McLaughlin pursues his official job under his superior Tom Franklin, he also has private plans: his brother Moritz remained in Germany after the war. Officially, Moritz is considered missing, but Max soon discovers that he is waging a private war and hunting down escaped Nazi criminals on his own.
The following weapons can be seen in the miniseries The Defeated:
NYPD officer Max McLaughlin (Taylor Kitsch) wields a Colt M1911A1 as his duty sidearm. Some U.S. Military Policemen have holstered Colts. Elsie Garten (Nina Hoss) uses an M1911A1 in Ep. 07 "Mutti" and 08 "Homecoming".
Screen Used Hero Gun M1911A1, carried by Mel Gibson
as Lt. Col. Hal Moore in the film We Were Soldiers
- .45 ACP. Provided by Cinema Weaponry.
Max points his Colt at a Soviet soldier at the truck accident.
Trying to calm the soldier down, he puts his Colt in the holster.
He holds the other soldier at gunpoint.
The holstered Colt offers a view of the grip (Ep. 01).
The cocked hammer is seen as Max searches an apartment of a suspect (Ep. 05).
Max looking at Elsie while bracing themselves.
Shortly after he holds the Colt at the ready (Ep. 06).
Having spotted a flanking opportunity, Max sneaks up on the henchmen of the Engelmacher
Max forces an MP to give him his gun.
After taking it from the MP, Max offers it to Elsie (Ep. 07).
Elsie covers Max with the acquired Colt. During this entire shootout both of them fire more than 8 rounds without reloading (Ep. 08).
A Tokarev TT-33 is used by Alexander Izosimov (Ivan G'Vera) in Ep. 01 "First Trick" and 06 "Blessed".
Tokarev TT-33 - 7.62x25mm Tokarev. Pre-1947 version.
A view from a above (Ep. 01).
Alexander Izosimov unholsters his TT pistol (Ep. 06).
Smith & Wesson Model M&P
During flashbacks in Ep. 02 "Brother of Edmund" setting in 1925 Brooklyn, the father (Jeff Hallman) of Max and Moritz is seen with a Smith & Wesson Model M&P. The revolver is then seen in various flashbacks.
Smith & Wesson Model M&P with 5" Barrel - .38 Special
The father insulting his wife holds the S&W revolver.
Young Moritz (Anson Boon
) removes the revolver from his father's hand.
Another flashback of his father pulling the trigger.
A closer view of young Moritz taking the revolver.
The cylinder is emptied over a basin with holy water by Young Moritz.
A detailed view of the barrel...
...and the rear part including the grip in a box held by Max (Ep. 06).
Max lowers the revolver (Ep. 08).
In Ep. 04 "Nakam", a Jewish underground fighter appears to be armed with a Walther P38. Another or possibly the same Walther is seen in Ep. 08 "Homecoming".
Walther P38 with black grips - 9x19mm
The fighter greets the just awaken Max with his P38 (Ep. 04).
A henchman tries to reach his pistol (Ep. 08).
Soviet soldiers are armed with PPSh-41s. One PPSh-41 is taken away from a Soviet soldier by Max McLaughlin and is then carried by Elsie Garten.
PPSh-41 with 71-round drum magazine - 7.62x25mm Tokarev
A Russian soldier at the truck accident (Krystof Bartos) angrily holds back German civilians.
After Max approached the soldier, the Russian keeps him at distance (Ep. 01).
A Soviet tower guard with his PPSh throws a piece of bread among the prisoners (Ep. 03).
Two Soviet soldiers at a border crossing at Berlin Mitte
controlling Elsie (Ep. 04).
Sten Mk. II
Some British soldiers are seen in Ep. 03 "Rainbows", 06 "Rainbows", and 08 "Homecoming" have Sten Mk IIs.
Sten Mark II (Canadian) - 9x19mm
A soldier on the left holds his Sten (Ep. 03).
A Brit talking with two Americans stands with his Sten at a checkpoint (Ep. 06).
Two British sentries guarding the Amtsgericht
(local court) entrance (Ep. 08).
American, British and French soldiers are seen carrying M1928A1 Thompsons.
M1928A1 Thompson with 30-round magazine - .45 ACP
A U.S. soldier on the right behind Major General Wright (Doug Allen
) with his slung Thompson during the liberation of the Dachau concentration camp.
A French soldier aims his Thompson at Max (Ep. 03).
Two U.S. soldiers with their slung Thompsons at a checkpoint (Ep. 06).
Several hench(wo)men of the Engelmacher are armed with MP40s.
Maschinenpistole 40 - 9x19mm
A woman distributes two MP40s to their partners.
One of the women approaches the shocked policemen (Ep. 07).
Another woman is gunned down by Max while holding an MP40 (Ep. 08).
An MP 3008 is used by one of the women in Ep. 07 "Mutti".
Maschinenpistole 3008 - 9x19mm
The woman in center carries the MP3008.
Another view of firing the submachine gun.
One of the henchmen fires a PPS-43 in Ep. 08 "Homecoming".
PPS-43 - 7.62x25mm Tokarev
The henchman engages Max during the firefight.
Mosin Nagant M44 Carbine
Mosin Nagant M44 Carbines are wielded by Soviet soldiers.
Mosin Nagant M44 Carbine, with attached side-folding bayonet - 7.62x54mm R
Soviet soldier Maxim (Denys Panchenko) holds his Mosin Nagant carbine at a German civilian.
He is told by Elsie and Max what they have done (Ep. 01).
A blurry view of the unfolded bayonet.
Two Soviet soldiers dragging Leopold Garten (Benjamin Sadler
) with their shouldered carbines (Ep. 03).
Soviet soldiers stop German prisoners from escaping.
The same soldiers now in a firing squad (Ep. 06).
The M1 Carbine is used by American, some British, and French soldiers.
World War II Era M1 Carbine - .30 Carbine
A U.S. MP aims his M1 Carbine at Max.
During the flashback of Major General Wright, a KZ inmate hugs Moritz (Logan Marshall-Green
) armed with an M1 Carbine (Ep. 03).
A British Sergeant (Xander Turian Gad) reporting Elsie and Max holds his M1 Carbine. His mate is also seen carrying one which is a continuity error since he was using an SMLE before (Ep. 06).
Lee-Enfield No. 1 Mk. III*
British soldiers can be seen carrying Lee-Enfield No.1 Mk.III rifles.
Lee-Enfield No. 1 Mk. III* - .303 British
An SMLE is seen slung by a British sentry who checks the papers of Elsie and Gad (Maximilian Ehrenreich). Note the sling is attached to the front sling (Ep. 03).
Another British soldier at a checkpoint with his SMLE (Ep. 06).
At least, one Soviet soldier guarding German P.o.W.s at the Hohenschönhausen prison in Ep. 03 "Rainbows" has a full-length Mosin-Nagant M91/30 rifle.
Soviet Mosin-Nagant M91/30 - 7.62x54mmR
The soldier gets begged for food by prisoners.
2 cm FlaK 38
German soldiers deployed a 2cm FlaK 38 on top of the Alt-Bayern hotel which is shown by Heinrich Cassandra (Cloé Heinrich) to Karin Mann (Mala Emde) in Ep. 05 "Bellyful".
2 cm Flugabwehrkanone
38 in single mounting - 20x138mm B
"The soldiers brought it here before the Russians came and never picked it up again.
Cassandra presents Karin the FlaK.
"Look! I think you can shoot with this.
Karin takes the gunner's seat and asks Cassandra how to use the FlaK.
A first-person view while firing a single shot.
Max discovered the abandoned FlaK.
A Browning M1919A4 is seen in Ep. 06 "Blessed" mounted on a British Army jeep. Possibly, the same jeep is also seen in Ep. 07 "Mutti" and 08 "Homecoming" driven by U.S. MPs.
Browning M1919A4 on an M31C pedestal mount - .30-06
Dr. Werner 'Engelmacher' Gladow (Sebastian Koch) shows his personal a DP-27 which is used by them and Max.
Degtyaryov DP-27 - 7.62x54mmR
The DP is briefly seen lying in a crate.
Dr. Gladow took the machine gun (Ep. 06).
The sharpshooters prepare the DP by screwing off the reversed muzzle brake.
The gunner waiting to strike.
A closer view of the left side.
Firing the machine gun at the police officers.
Max in control of the DP-27.
He gives the gun a rest which offers a view of the top-mounted magazine (Ep. 07).
Grenades & Explosives
A British bomb is seen in a ruin in Ep. 01 "First Trick" which is used as cover by two boys.
RGD-33 stick grenade
An RGD-33 stick grenade is thrown by a Soviet soldier into an escape tunnel in Ep. 04 "Nakam".
Frightened Karin looks at the bounced-off stick grenade.
In Ep. 08 "Homecoming", Moritz uses a gas grenade.
Moritz pulled the pin of the Gas grenade...