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Our Girls (Nashi devushki)
Our Girls (Nashi devushki) is the thirteen or fourteen (the sources differ) issue of Boyevoy kinosbornik series. It was filmed in 1942 but due to unclear reason it wasn't released at that time. It contains two segments: "Tonya" and "Odnazhdy nochyu/Once at Night". Both are dedicated to Soviet women at war. In "Tonya" telephone operator Tonya Pavlova works in a town, recently occupied by German troops. Tonya corrects gun fire of Soviet artillery at the cost of her life. In "Once at Night" Nadya Shilova helps to unmask a spy who poses himself as a Soviet pilot.
The following weapons were used in the film Our Girls (Nashi devushki):
A TT-33 is used in "Once at Night", at first by a German spy, posing himself as a Soviet pilot Sr. Lt. Pavel Sushkov (Apollon Yachnitskiy), then by Nadya Shilova (Nina Petropavlovskaya), and at last by Sr. Lt. Nikolay Ozerov (Mikhail Kuznetsov).
A German officer (Boris Olenin) carries an MP40 in "Tonya".
A Suomi M31 is seen in command center of Soviet artillery unit.
Mosin Nagant M1891/30
Mosin Nagant M1891/30 rifles are seen in several scenes in "Tonya".
Mauser rifles of unclear model are seen in hands of German soldiers in "Tonya".
An MG34, mounted on motorcycle, is seen in "Tonya".
152mm ML-20 gun-howitzers are seen in "Tonya".
Scale models of German tanks are used in the movie.
Documentary photos in newspaper are seen in the movie.