Enemy at the Gates

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Enemy at the Gates movie poster.

Movie (2001)
French title : Stalingrad

Starring:
Jude Law (Vassili Zaitsev)
Ed Harris (Major König)
Rachel Weisz (Tania Chernova)
Joseph Fiennes (Commisar Danilov)
Bob Hoskins (Nikita Khrushchev)
Ron Perlman (Koulikov)

Two Russian and German snipers play a game of cat-and-mouse during the Battle of Stalingrad.

Junkers Ju 87 B Stuka

Scene made with reduced models.

Junkers Ju-87B Stuka of the Luftwaffe.
Junkers Ju-87B Stuka of the Luftwaffe.
Junkers Ju-87B Stuka of the Luftwaffe.

Heinkel He 111 H

Other scale models.

Heinkel He 111H of the Luftwaffe.
Heinkel He 111H of the Luftwaffe.

Aero C-3

Acting as a downed Heinkel He 111 H.
Siebel Si 204 is a medium transport with a similar shape to the Heinkel He 111; a derelic airframe could be used to simulate the bomber (in fact, the Siebel has a twin tail, here changed to a single one as like as the Heinkel He 111).
After 1945, France and Czechoslovakia built it for their own air forces (respectively 240 and 180 airframes); it's probably one of them which was used for the movie.

Siebel Si 204 acting as a downed Heinkel He 111 H of the Luftwaffe.
Siebel Si 204 acting as a downed Heinkel He 111 H of the Luftwaffe.


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