Tuntematon sotilas (1955)

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Tuntematon sotilas (1955) DVD cover.

Movie (1955)
English title : The Unknown Soldier
French title : Le soldat inconnu

Starring:
Kosti Klemelä (Lt. Vilho Koskela)
Heikki Savolainen (Sgt. Urho Hietanen)
Reino Tolvanen (Cpl. Antero Rokka)
Veikko Sinisalo (Cpl. Yrjö Lahtinen)


The Continuation War (25 June 1941 – 19 September 1944) between Finland and the Soviet Union as told from the viewpoint of ordinary Finnish soldiers.

Douglas C-47

Acting as Soviet bombers.

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Unidentified Aircraft

Once the Soviet bombers did their job, a small aircraft (a fighter ? a Soviet one or a Finnish one ?) is quickly seen following the twin engine.

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Bristol 142 Blenheim Mk.I

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Heinkel He 111H

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Focke-Wulfe Fw 190A/F

TuntematonSotilas Fw-190.jpg

Messerschmitt Bf 109G

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The next one with underwing cannon gondola (Rüstsatz VI).

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Fokker C.10

The manufacturer type name (Fokker C.X) was replaced in Finland by Fokker C.10 (Finns don't use Roman numeral).

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Unidentified Aircraft

Acting as a Soviet aircraft.

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