Poland

1612: Khroniki smutnogo vremeni (2007)
Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth
Russian film set in the Time of Troubles and the Polish-Muscovite War (1605-1618) (under Polish King Sigismund III (1587-1632))
Taras Bulba (1962)
Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth
Fictional character; Cossack life in the Ukraine, once part of Poland
The Rebel Son (1938)
Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth
Earlier fictional film of the Taras Bulba story
With Fire and Sword (1999)
Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth
Cossacks vs. Poles; first part of a trilogy set in mid-17th century (1648-1649); under Ladislas IV (1632-1648) & John II Casimir (1648-1668)
The Deluge (1974)
Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth
Second part of the trilogy; Swedish army invades Poland and a warrior fights for the heart of Olenka; lasted 1665-1660 under John II Casimir
Colonel Wolodyjowski (1969)
Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth
Third part of the trilogy; Turkish invasion of Poland; (1668-1670) under Polish Kings John II Casimir (1648-1668) and Michael I (1669-1673)
King August the Strong (1936)
Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth
King August II The Strong (1697-1733) Polish monarch, abdicated 1706, king again 1709
Virtuti (1989)
Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth
The history of Poland's "Virtuti Militari" medal, awarded for bravery since the Polish-Russian war of 1792
Pan Tadeusz (1999)
Congress Poland (1815-1917)
Poland's attempt to free itself from Russian rule in Napoleonic times, 1803-1815
Wesele (1973)
Congress Poland (1815-1917)
National drive toward self-determination after the Polish uprisings of 1830 and 1863
Jaroslaw Dabrowski (1976)
Congress Poland (1815-1917)
Dabrowski (1836 – 1871) a Polish revolutionary, Nationalist and general who became involved in the preparation of the January Uprising; arrested August 1862
Nad Niemnem (1987)
Congress Poland (1815-1917)
1863 uprising against Russian occupation
Wierna rzeka (1987)
Congress Poland (1815-1917)
Only survivor of a unit in the 1863 insurgency in Poland is taken care of by a land steward's daughter
Wierna rzeka (1936)
Congress Poland (1815-1917)
Only survivor of a unit in the 1863 insurgency in Poland is taken care of by a land steward's daughter
Szwadron (1992)
Congress Poland (1815-1917)
Russian soldier finds out the little insurrection in 1863 Poland is a lot bigger than he expected
Noce i dnie (1975)
Congress Poland (1815-1917)
Life in Poland following the 1863 Poland uprising to World War I; woman marries a man she doesn't love, with some negative repercussions
Goraczka (1981)
Congress Poland (1815-1917)
In 1905 Polish anarchists try to assassinate the Tsarist Governor-General
Zamach Stanu (1980)
Congress Poland (1815-1917)
Polish film about General Jozef Pilsudski taking over Poland in 1918 and ruling for four years & coming back in 1926 to rule until his death in 1935