Museums with Axis equipment

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Post by Bob_Mackenzie » 18 Aug 2004 22:48

Italian 75/27 Field Gun
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Post by Bob_Mackenzie » 18 Aug 2004 22:57

PaK-36
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Post by Erik E » 18 Aug 2004 23:07

From "Sola flyhistoriske museum"
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Post by Erik E » 18 Aug 2004 23:12

Some more:
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Post by Erich » 14 Sep 2004 17:50

excellent fotos gentlemen ! :D

http://www.lf.czu.cz/museum119

Jan Zdiarsky's excellent site devoted to the air battle on 11 September 1944. go through it slowly guys...........

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Museum in Oslo

Post by Cool-E » 01 Nov 2004 21:00

Here is a picture I took while visiting the armed forces museum in Oslo. A great museum. This display depicts the German invasion of Norway, but if you look very close you might see a mistake in their representation.
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Norwegian Resistance Museum

Post by Cool-E » 01 Nov 2004 21:04

Here is a picture of a display at the entrance of the Norwegian Resistance Musuem in Oslo. Another very good musuem, but for a collector is was a shame to see these K98's.
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Post by Bunkergirl » 04 Nov 2004 15:35

I am a volunteer in the Atlantikwall museum in Hoek van Holland http://www.atlantikwall-museum.nl .
Here we have a 5 cm KwK. We are situated in an R625 bunker which probably housed a 7.5 cm Pak 97/38 and we are in the process of acquiring such a gun. Also we display a lot of German stuff that is being found in the ground here in the Hook. When they want to build new houses the ground has to be searched, about 2 metres deep, because Hoek van Holland was a Festung. We don't get ammunition of course, but we do get helmets, parts of weapons, messtins, personal items etc.
We are hoping to get a bigger bunker to house the museum in, so that we can furnish the 625 like it was when it was in use.

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Post by RdG » 12 Nov 2004 11:34

Hi Mirjam,

Very nice to hear that you guys are actually planning to referbish the R625b and replace all original fittings.
I hope the museum will succeed in purchasing the 7.5 PAK. Wie de schoen past...All along the coast of Holland beautifull projects are erected.
It really is the era of Bunker appriciation.
By the way...Are you the new 'girl' on the Yahoo Atlantikwaal group as well?

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Post by RdG » 12 Nov 2004 11:42

The R625b in Hoek v Holland...
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Re: Museum in Oslo

Post by Bunkergirl » 12 Nov 2004 11:55

Cool-E wrote:Here is a picture I took while visiting the armed forces museum in Oslo. A great museum. This display depicts the German invasion of Norway, but if you look very close you might see a mistake in their representation.



Is it the 'para'helmet? Otherwise I give up....Please help me out of my misery.... :(

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Post by Bunkergirl » 12 Nov 2004 12:12

RdG wrote:
By the way...Are you the new 'girl' on the Yahoo Atlantikwaal group as well?


Hi RdG,

Yep, that's me! :D

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Re: Norwegian Resistance Museum

Post by Valtoro » 13 Nov 2004 23:24

Cool-E wrote:Here is a picture of a display at the entrance of the Norwegian Resistance Musuem in Oslo. Another very good musuem, but for a collector is was a shame to see these K98's.


Just a small note Cool-E, the Mauser's that you saw, was just an very tiny fragment of the all the K98's and all other kind of weapons left by the Wehrmacht in Norway after the war. The Norwegian Home Guard (heimevernet) used the K98's into the 80's. Here's some pictures from the Norwegian Army Museum storage, they have a lot more than this!)

http://www.ju88.net/guttormmuseum-2.html

/Valtoro.

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Post by Caparzo » 14 Nov 2004 14:42

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Post by Caparzo » 14 Nov 2004 14:46

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