Museums with Axis vehicles

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Furyman
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Post by Furyman » 15 Feb 2007 04:28

A bunch of Paks...at least 8 on base and a couple of 15cm as wellImage

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Post by Furyman » 15 Feb 2007 04:30

I think this is a 7.5 Pak 97/38 ??Image

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Military Museum in Bucharest?

Post by melbar16 » 19 Feb 2007 19:29

Hello all.
I'm planning on visiting this museum when i am in Bucharest next summer. Has anyone here been there already?

Also, i have heard that... instead of a fixed fee to take photo's, you have to pay a small sum for every picture taken. Is there any truth in this do you know?

Many tanks!

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Post by panzerhan » 15 Mar 2007 20:15

There is a parade ground in the Armour School in Ankara, Turkey. And it contains the tanks and armoured vehicles that Turkish army used since its armoured formations has founded. But no civilians were allowed. At last I found the chance to see them this weekend, because I am making my military service as an officer! The vehicles were

Valentine
M3 Stuart
Vickers Cruiser Tank
T-26 Russian Tank
Daimler Armoured Car
Bren CArrier
Panzer III
Panzer IV
T-55
Sherman
M-47
And many many moore

And I found the chance to crawl inside of T-55, Panzer III and Panzer IV and sit inside them and play with them. It was wonderful![/i]

Kessler
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Last week in Bovington

Post by Kessler » 19 Mar 2007 05:59

Greetings,

just a pic of two good reasons to visit Bovington...
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Post by DasReichPanzergrenadier » 24 Mar 2007 17:22

Here is some pictures from Finland

http://www.ii2.org/user.php?nick=Panzer ... did=895973

There is Finnish Sturmgechütz III G Ps.531-33.

I have some pictures from Parola, but I didn´t wind these right now.

Tell me what you think about pictures.

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Post by Scharf » 02 Jun 2007 22:38

Hello all!

I just found my grandfathers Stug from internet. It is in Koblenz-museum. Former finnish Stug 531-39 as called "Hellikki". Found it from these pages http://www.andreaslarka.net.

I have searched this for a years, but internet is weird place. Just a little good luck and there you are :D

My granddad was very proud when he heard about this. I have some photos from juli 1944, when they were in front. Those Stugs came in front after the hardest fight.

And sorry, if this is not right section. Didnt find better.

Scharf

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Post by nuyt » 16 Jun 2007 09:24

Hi Panzerhan!

Tks for that info on the Ankara Armour Museum. I am very interested in the pre-war stuff.

I dont know if it is allowed to take any pictures of those old tanks but if you have pics of the pre-ww2 vehicles, pls check here:
http://www.network54.com/Forum/330333/t ... 2C+1930-45

Do you also go the Artillery School Museum? In that case:

http://www.network54.com/Forum/330333/t ... +1900-1945

A very difficult project but nevertheless advancing...

Tesekkur Ederin!
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Belarus

Post by robertm73 » 24 Aug 2007 02:17

The Stalin Line located about 20 KM from the city.
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Post by robertm73 » 24 Aug 2007 02:18

Another Shoot from the line
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Post by robertm73 » 24 Aug 2007 02:21

Some better maintned units for wargames and demo during the Victory Day celerbration
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Post by robertm73 » 24 Aug 2007 02:22

Map of the park (Sorry it is in Russian)
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Post by sandro » 21 Jan 2008 23:47

My last visit to the Tank Museum of Saumur

http://it.youtube.com/watch?v=NjYSwSnnz5A

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Homerr
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Post by Homerr » 28 Jan 2008 01:20

Here's my visit to Saumur, Oct. 2007.

http://good-times.webshots.com/album/562284028ZlJpKO

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Post by Ace31 » 03 Feb 2008 02:05

sandro wrote:My last visit to the Tank Museum of Saumur

http://it.youtube.com/watch?v=NjYSwSnnz5A
Some pics about the same visit (Tigers only) :
http://www.ace31.altervista.org/saumur.html

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