Shchit i mech

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Four-parts Movie (1968)
Russian title : Щит и меч
English title : The Shield and the Sword

Stanislav Lyubshin (Aleksandr Belov / Johann Weiss)
Vladimir Basov (Bruno)
Oleg Yankovskiy (Heinrich Schwarzkopf)
Juozas Budraitis (Maj. Dietrich)

(Synopsis needed)

Part Two

Lisunov Li-2

Shchit2 Li-2.jpg

Ilyushin Il-14FG

Shchit2 IL-14FG.jpg

Part Four

Yakovlev Yak-18A

Shchit4 Yak18A.jpg
Shchit4 Yak-18-A.jpg

Yakovlev Yak-18

Shchit4 Yak-18.jpg

Petlyakov Pe-2

Shchit4 Pe-2.jpg
Shchit4 Pe-2n.jpg

Junkers Ju 52/3m

Shchit4 Ju52.jpg

Ilyushin Il-14

Acting as a transport plane of the Luftwaffe.

Shchit4 Il-14a.jpg

Lisunov Li-2

But during the take off, we see the left engine of a Lisunov Li-2.

Shchit4 Li-2.jpg

Unidentified Aircraft

The Luftwaffe transport aircrat is shot down by Soviet fighters.

Shchit4 SovFig.jpg
Shchit4 SovFig2.jpg

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