History Series / SeventeenMomentsOfSpring

29th Aug '16 10:53:39 AM jamespolk
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* TheInfiltration: Years undercover have paid off, as Stirlitz has made it deep within German intelligence.
29th Aug '16 10:42:01 AM jamespolk
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* SherlockScan: Usually delivered by the solemn narrator's (Yefim Kopelian's) voice telling us what Stirlitz noticed and what train of thought he conducted from that.
29th Aug '16 10:33:00 AM jamespolk
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* NumbersStations: How Stirlitz gets messages from Moscow. He listens to a Numbers Station and decodes the message with his code book.
29th Aug '16 10:27:12 AM jamespolk
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* IHaveManyNames: The protagonist. He is serving undercover in Nazi Germany as SS Colonel Max von Stirlitz. His "real" name as NKVD agent is Maxim Isayev. His original name is Vsevolod Vladimirov.
29th Aug '16 10:23:08 AM jamespolk
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* DeepCoverAgent: Stirlitz has been undercover in Nazi Germany for years.
29th Aug '16 10:06:08 AM jamespolk
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28th Aug '16 3:34:16 AM Morgenthaler
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%% *** This is likely in reference to the (also very large) Eastern Front air war, to which the the Royal Air Force contributed ''[[NoodleIncident exactly once]]'', and could hardly be blamed for being otherwise engaged; [[GaulsWithGrenades Free France's Normandie-Niemen Regiment]] on the other hand deserves mentioning, but the Soviets can technically lay the claim to that unit being a Soviet-run EagleSquadron (currently there are duplicate Normandy-Niemen regiments in France and Russia).

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%% *** This is likely in reference to the (also very large) Eastern Front air war, to which the the Royal Air Force contributed ''[[NoodleIncident exactly once]]'', and could hardly be blamed for being otherwise engaged; [[GaulsWithGrenades [[UsefulNotes/GaulsWithGrenades Free France's Normandie-Niemen Regiment]] on the other hand deserves mentioning, but the Soviets can technically lay the claim to that unit being a Soviet-run EagleSquadron (currently there are duplicate Normandy-Niemen regiments in France and Russia).
21st Apr '16 1:25:07 PM Berrenta
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* BabiesEverAfter: The SS deserter who saved Kat's child escapes together with Kat after his heroic act. They've taken his own baby from orphanage ('cause his own mom is dead because of the bombing) and, pretending to be the married couple, try to find the rescue. Than, oops, he gets himself killed, and Kat has to somehow manage in the hostile Berlin with two babies on her hands. [[ItGetsBetter Everything ends well.]]

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* BabiesEverAfter: The SS deserter who saved Kat's child escapes together with Kat after his heroic act. They've taken his own baby from orphanage ('cause his own mom is dead because of the bombing) and, pretending to be the married couple, try to find the rescue. Than, oops, he gets himself killed, and Kat has to somehow manage in the hostile Berlin with two babies on her hands. [[ItGetsBetter Everything ends well.]]
20th Mar '16 4:17:32 AM Morgenthaler
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* GenreSavvy: Kaltenbrunner notices that Stirlitz has a perfect record despite everything he is involved with ending ultimately in Nazi failure, whilst at the same time supposedly maintaining a firm belief in Final Victory, even in private. This just makes him suspicious, and he details Mueller to investigate.
20th Mar '16 3:12:04 AM Morgenthaler
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* MoscowCenter: Back then they were called the NKVD, not the KGB, but they were still the Center, and they send Stirlitz messages.
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