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The Unconquered (Neporazení)

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The Unconquered (Neporazení)
Cinema poster
Country CZE.jpg Czechoslovakia
Directed by Jirí Sequens
Release Date 1958
Language Czech, Slovak, German
Studio Studio umeleckých hraných filmu Praha
Main Cast
Character Actor
SrCpt Richter Ladislav Chudík
1st Lt. Zácek Martin Ruzek
Cpl. Ríha Gustav Heverle
Pvt. Mirek Josef Vinklár
Pvt. Jarda Jirí Sovák
Pvt. Pepik Jaroslav Mareš
Pvt. Janko Martin Tapák
Jura Rudolf Deyl

The Unconquered (Neporazení) is a 1958 Czechoslovak war film depicting events after signing fateful Munich Agreement, directed by Jirí Sequens. The story of a fictional military crew, after he had cleared the border without fighting, chose to defend a rest of the country and with it the honor of a nation betrayed by its own government. To lead the rebellion to build a communist Cpl Říha (Gustav Heverle). On their side adds the garrison commander SrCpt Richter (Ladislav Chudík), which but can not bear the betrayal of the High Command and shoot himself. Cpl Ríha fell in fight against superior German forces, when covering a leaving of others. A survivors soldiers with the help of resistance fighters get to safety across the river.

The following guns were used in the film The Unconquered (Neporazení):

Pistols and revolvers

CZ 27

The service gun of the Czechoslovak army officers were CZ 27 pistol.

CZ 27 - 0.32 ACP
Chief of staff 1st Lt. Zácek (Martin Ruzek) tried to quell the rebellion with a pistol in hand.
Resistance fighter Jura (Rudolf Deyl) with you always wore a gun.
File:Ladislav Chudík-CZ27.jpg
SrCpt. Richter (Ladislav Chudík) ended his life a shot from his service pistol.

Luger P08

German officer holds in hand a Luger P08 pistol.

Luger P08 9x19mm
Germans-Luger P08-N.jpg


VZ-24 Czech Mauser

Czechoslovak Army were armed with VZ-24 Czech Mauser rifle.

Czech vz. 24 - 7.92x57mm Mauser
Pvt. Mirek (Josef Vinklár) fired on the approaching German military convoy.
Pvt. Jarda (Jirí Sovák) and Janko (Martin Tapák) fired from their rifles at 1st Lt. Zacek.
Cpl. Říha (Gustav Heverle) (left) fire out the window of barracks at the German infantry.
Pvt. Pepik (Jaroslav Mareš) fires alternately from both weapons - rifles and machine gun.
File:Vladimír Krska-VZ24.jpg
Pvt. Tonek (Vladimír Krska), who gets into a boat, holds a rifle in his hand.

Karabiner 98k

Karabiner 98k - German manufacture 1937 date - 7.92x57mm Mauser
German soldiers with a Karabiner 98k on their backs proceed covered by of machine gun fire.

Submachine guns

MP 40

Motorized German military patrols were equipped with MP40 submachine guns.

MP40 submachine gun - 9x19mm

Machine guns


Czechoslovak soldiers prevented their building of barracks by fire from ZB26 machine guns.

ZB26 Light Machine Gun - 7.92x57mm
File:Jirí Sovák-ZB-N.jpg
Pvt. Jarda (Jirí Sovák)
File:Martin Tapák-ZB26.jpg
Pvt. Janko (Martin Tapák)
Pvt. Pepík (Jaroslav Mareš)
Pvt. Mirek (Josef Vinklár) (left).
Resistance fighter Jura (Rudolff Deyl) with his daughter Lída (Jana Dítetová).

MG 34

The Germans soldiers used a MG 34 machine guns.

MG 34 - 7.92x57mm Mauser

ZB-53 / Vz.37

Czechoslovakian border fortifications were equipped with ZB-53 / Vz.37 heavy machine guns.

ZB 53 / Vz.37 machine gun on tripod - 7.92x57mm Mauser
Lt. Brandejs (Svatopluk Beneš) (right) checks a focus by weapon of Pvt. Jarda (Jirí Sovák).

Hand grenades

Model 24 Stielhandgranate

Model 24 Stielhandgranate
Germans invaded with using a Model 24 Stielhandgranates into the building of barracks.

VZ 34 hand grenade

Cpl. Riha (Gustav Heverle) intends to throw herself with the Germans into the air using a VZ 34 hand grenades.

HG 34 offensive hand grenade
Gustav Heverle-Hg-N.jpg


Minomet vz.52 mortar

Czechoslovakian 82mm Minomet vz.52 mortar is used as substitutes for German Granatwerfer 34. It can be identified by the distinctive shape of its bipod.

82mm Minomet vz.52.
German soldiers fire their mortar at the Czechoslovak positions.

German cannon

Against the indomitable Czechoslovak soldiers was deployed also German artillery.

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