Padeniye Berlina

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Падение Берлина movie poster.

Movie (1949)
Russian title : Падение Берлина
English title : The Fall of Berlin
French title : La chute de Berlin

Starring:
Boris Andreyev (Alexei Ivanov)
Marina Kovaliova (Natasha Rumyantseva)
Mikheil Gelovani (Joseph Stalin)
Vladimir Savelyev (Adolf Hitler)

A Soviet epic of the Great Patriotic War against Nazi Germany. Being made during the highest years of Stalin’s personality cult, the film draws a highly unrealistic, mythologized image of Stalin and vastly exaggerates his role in everything possible. Because of that, “The Fall of Berlin” was de facto banned in USSR after Stalin’s death.

Petlyakov Pe-2 series 110

Acting as twin engine bomber of the Luftwaffe.

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Later, during the second half of the movie.

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Junkers Ju 88

Model.

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Unidentified Aircraft

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Could be a model of the Dornier Do 17 Z or Do 215 but the nose lacks of flat windows.

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Late Lavochkin Fighter (La-7/9/11 ?)

Where is the pilot ?
Model with several errors (no aerial mast for example).

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Unidentified Aircraft

Ilyushin Il-2 Sturmovik ?

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Twin engine.

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Most of the time, we just saw large formation flying low or at middle flight level over the battlefield.

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Ilyushin Il-2 Sturmovik ?

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Tupolev Tu-4 & Unidentified Fighter

Lavochkin piston-engined fighter or one of the first jet fighter of the VVS ?

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Ilyushin Il-12B

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This action (Stalin on the threshold of the access door) is reused in L'aveu but just in sepia.


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