Intoxicated and obsessed with the thought of hurting Peter and Laust, Didrich reveals to Peter that Laust and Inge harbor a secret. Peter decides to find Laust to make peace with him. A warning of the terrors that lie ahead shakes Johan to the core and he tries desperately to prevent the events that follow. Despite huge numbers of casualties, Copenhagen still maintains that the Danish army must persevere.
Did You Know?
The movie shows a range of firearms that were in use with respective armies at the time.
The film shows the Danes using a Colt 1851 Navy revolver, the Colt Dragoon revolver (appropriately by the Prussian Hussars) and a Swedish 1850 Cavalry Pistol (used by the Prussians).
The Danes used the Springfield Model 1842 smoothbore musket used by the Danish Army and the Enfield Pattern 1853 rifle-musket. The Prussians used the Lorenz 1854 rifle-musket and the Prussian Dreyse Needle Gun (Zundnadelgewehr) a breach loading bolt action rifle. See more
23 November 2014 (Denmark)
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