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Unknown Soldier, The (1955)
The Unknown Soldier (Tuntematon sotilas) is a 1955 Finnish war drama movie directed by Edvin Laine based on the novel of the same name by Väinö Linna. The movie tells the story of a Finnish machine gun company which is full of young recruits during the Continuation War during 1941-1944. This is the first filming of the novel, which also received newer filmings in 1985 and in 2017.
Finnish officers use Luger P08s. A Soviet officer is also briefly seen with a Luger at the end.
2nd Lieutenant Kariluoto (Matti Ranin) uses a Lahti L-35 pistol.
Some Finnish soldiers use Finnish Civil Guard M/28 rifles. Soviet soldiers also use this rifle standing for correct Mosin Nagant M91/30s.
Most Finnish soldiers use Finnish M39 rifles.
Finnish soldiers are armed with Suomi KP/-31s.
PPSh-41s are briefly used by Soviet soldiers during a trench raid.
Finnish and Soviet MG-teams use Maxim M/09-21s.
A Lahti-Saloranta LS/26 is briefly seen fired by Finnish soldiers.
A Soviet soldier is briefly seen with a DP-28.
The MG34 is mounted on a Panzer IV standing for a Soviet tank.
Finnish soldiers use Varsikranaatti M/32 stick grenades.
Kasapanos Explosive Charge
4kg Kasapanos Explosive Charges are used by Finnish soldiers.
OSP-30 Flare Pistol
Cpl. Rokka fires a OSP-30 Flare Pistol.
Tellerminen 42 are used by Finnish soldiers to destroy the Panzer IV.
Panzer IV Ausf. J
A German Panzer IV Ausf. J is used by Soviet forces standing for correct T-34s.