A zori zdes tikhie (1972)

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A zori zdes tikhie (1972) movie poster.

Movie (1972)
Russian title : А зори здесь тихие
French title : La 359e section
English title : The Dawns Here Are Quiet

Starring:
Andrei Martynov (Senior Sergeant Vaskov)
Irina Szewczuk (Rita Osyanina)
Olga Ostroumova (Zhenya Komelkowa)
Yelena Drapeko (Lisa Britschkina)

(Synopsis needed)


Focke-Wulf Fw 189

At dawn, a twin boom aircraft is bombing the village. A radio command model is used.

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AZori01 1972 003 Fw189.jpg

Once shotdown, it's a set which acts as the burnt aircraft.

AZori01 1972 004 Fw189.jpg

Fictional Luftwaffe Fighter

In 1941, on the Eastern Front, the Luftwaffe used only Messerschmitt Bf 109s but this flying model's shape is not really good.

AZori01 1972 002.jpg


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