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Great Northern War. Battle of Poltava. Part three.

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Published on Aug 23, 2007

Great Northern War. Battle of Poltava. Part three.

New Russian Movie.
Release Date: 20 February 2007 (Russia)
English title: The Sovereign's Servant
Russian title: Sluga Gosudarev



Europe, 1709. Russia and Sweden are at war. Two French duelists are exiled by King Louis XIV of France: one to the side of Czar Peter the Great of Russia, the other to the side of King Charles XII of Sweden. Although separated by war and allegiance, fate has not finished with them.

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Eric Kinney
this movie really redefined close combat with bayonets for me. everything is so well-choreographed and executed meticulously. 
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TocTeplv
Swedish gays against russian heteros.
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Robert Hansen
This is an insanely inaccurate portrayal of the battle
Leaffordes
Charles XII didn't follow his soldiers into the fire, his soldiers followed him. 
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Gran Colombia Mapping II
1:52 So when the Swedes saw the Russians charging in with their leader, they got terrified and can't fire back?
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Pavel Re
Tzar Petr told that he used to learn from Karl 12 and he respected him a lot. It's how history in russian schools presented this battle. There were no russian who thought it possible to win Sweden but Petr proved it's possible. Russia was very stick-in-mud old agrarian country and just out of heavy civil 100 years war.
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oxis77gas
How can be Russian occupation of Crimea worst crime than  killing millions in Afghanistan and Iraq with no reason? 
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Ted Striker
Russia always wins. Be smart, don't mess with Russia.
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Морда Наглая
So many hateful comments to the film from the Swedes... It's mostly a feature film not a documentary, and it much simplified! The Swedes, try again to search Russian submarine!
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Eric adolphus
I wonder why Russia hasnt made a movie about the battle of Narva in 1700. Oh thats right because Sweden killed and captured a total of 29,000 enemies while only loosing 667 themselves. Thats a 1 to 43 ratio, 1 swedish dead for every 43 russians dead or captured. That battle was far more impressive than the battle of Poltava for Russia, but of course Russia would never want to bring that up 
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