Bo Carpelan was a Finnish poet and author. He published his first book of poems in 1946. Carpelan, who wrote in Swedish, composed numerous books of verse, as well as several novels and short stories. "Voices to late hours" is a voices report how they experienced the last hours before the great disaster. The news reports of an accidentally triggered minor nuclear strike. People try to save themselves, reflect on their lives, their relationships with each other.
How the Steel Was Tempered is a novel by the Soviet writer Nikolai Alexejewitsch Ostrowskivon from 1932. The life story of Pavel "Pawka" Kortschagin is based on the biography of the author. Korchagin fights in the Red Army, the Komsomol and the Communist Party. He goes blind and is tied to the bed. But the hero never loses his confidence and courage to fight.
In extreme emergency, Bernd Roland and Toni Burian have to leave the moving train on the free route. Bernd Roland is injured when jumping. But he manages to stop a hospital car and give the order to take him and Burian to Berlin. Having arrived in the capital, Roland, Burian and the Soviet scout Boris (Gunter Schoß) do everything in their power to successfully complete their instructions. In concrete terms, this means finding out what plans the SS has for the last battles for Berlin.
Secret operations unit "Spree" was the sequel to the scout films “Secret operations unit Boomerang” (1966) and “Secret operations unit Ciupaga” (1967). In the spring of 1945 it was definitive: the final defeat of fascist Germany was inevitable, only a few weeks left, then the Hitler regime would be history.
Foxtrot (Hebrew: פוֹקְסטְרוֹט) is a 2017 internationally co-produced drama film written and directed by Samuel Maoz. It stars Lior Ashkenazi and Sarah Adler as a couple who are informed that their son, an IDF soldier, was killed in action.