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Postby car_freak » 12 Feb 2008 21:38

Hi! My first post here on forum. We one tank museum in Slovenia. Site is not yet in english, but anyway
http://tank.pivka.si/zbirka_tank_M4A3_sherman.php

My pictures from museum http://picasaweb.google.si/vidsere/Pivka09_2007

But for this tank or maschine i dont know what for was used
http://picasaweb.google.si/vidsere/Pivk ... 6781936178

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Postby Bob_Mackenzie » 01 Apr 2008 19:49

Pictures I took this weekend at the Brussels Military Museum. Not all Axis. I will post the rest later this week. The first German stuff is on Page 4

http://s208.photobucket.com/albums/bb21 ... s/?start=0


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Re: Museums

Postby Bob_Mackenzie » 01 Apr 2008 19:51

Pictures from Fort Nelson (I don't think I've posted this link here before) Again not all German

http://s208.photobucket.com/albums/bb21 ... %20Nelson/

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Re: Museums

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How to get to Panzermuseum

Postby Nicomachean » 08 Jun 2008 14:47

Hi everyone,

I will be backpacking in Germany this coming September and need directions on how to get to the Panzermuseum in Munster. I have looked on their website and on the Deutsche Bann site and I am still confused. There does not seem to be a direct rail connection to Munster and I am not driving.

Any advise on how to get there would be much appreciated

Thanks in advance

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Postby Christian Ankerstjerne » 08 Jun 2008 14:50

Your best chance is probably to find a bus from Hannover, which is the largest traffic hub in the area. Either that, or hitching a ride off the highway (just make sure you chose the right one - the highways around Hannover is a labyrinth.

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Re: Museums

Postby Keessmit » 08 Jun 2008 21:49

Hello
I found this photo of a Tatra T57K at Ullstein Photo. It seems to be in a museum or at an exhibition. Text at the signpost reads "Oosterbeek", a village near Arnhem well known from the battle of the Rhine bridge at Arnhem. The posters on the wall are english.
I am curious when and where this photo was taken.
All suggestions appreeciatd.
Kees
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Re: How to get to Panzermuseum

Postby cbo » 09 Jun 2008 09:33

Nicomachean wrote:Hi everyone,

I will be backpacking in Germany this coming September and need directions on how to get to the Panzermuseum in Munster. I have looked on their website and on the Deutsche Bann site and I am still confused. There does not seem to be a direct rail connection to Munster and I am not driving.

Any advise on how to get there would be much appreciated

Thanks in advance


I just looked at the http://reiseauskunft.bahn.de/ site and had no trouble finding a train to Munster(Örtze). The line is RB 24279 and runs between Bremen and Uelzen via Soltau and Munster. There seems to be many ways you can connect to that line, the easiest might be to go to Bremen and take it from there.

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Re: Museums

Postby cbo » 09 Jun 2008 09:36

Keessmit wrote:Hello
I found this photo of a Tatra T57K at Ullstein Photo. It seems to be in a museum or at an exhibition. Text at the signpost reads "Oosterbeek", a village near Arnhem well known from the battle of the Rhine bridge at Arnhem. The posters on the wall are english.
I am curious when and where this photo was taken.
All suggestions appreeciatd.
Kees
T57K.ExhibitionUnknown.jpg


I dont know, but a guess would be the Airborne Museum in Oosterbeek: http://www.airbornemuseum.com/

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Re: Museums

Postby lidrob » 23 Jun 2008 00:03

Hi everyone, next october I will visit Egipt and Rome, of course I will visit El Alamein,
In Rome I can not find exactly where the Museo della Motorizzazione Militare dellaCecchignola, is, so I must ask to someone know that Museum, in order to help me to find it, I will stay in a hotel near the train terminal station and near Republic Piazza.
Can anyone help me please?

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Re: Museums

Postby cbo » 23 Jun 2008 08:19

lidrob wrote:Hi everyone, next october I will visit Egipt and Rome, of course I will visit El Alamein,
In Rome I can not find exactly where the Museo della Motorizzazione Militare dellaCecchignola, is, so I must ask to someone know that Museum, in order to help me to find it, I will stay in a hotel near the train terminal station and near Republic Piazza.
Can anyone help me please?


If you drop "Museo della Motorizzazione Militare dellaCecchignola" in Google and do a search, you will get plenty of references to the location of the museum. Just an example:

Museo Storico della Motorizzazione Militare
Viale dell'Esercito 170, Citta Militare della Cecchignola (Roma)
Tel: +39 0650-11885. Fax: +39 0650-11885
Open: Sat+Sun 9.00-12.00 or by appointment
http://www.alfastop.co.uk/italian-transport-museums.htm

I even found a reference in Danish!
Museo Storico della Motorizzazione Militare.
Città Militare della Cecchignola, Viale dell'Esercito 170. Åbent lørdag 9 – 12, øvrige dage efter aftale. Meget omfattende samling af alskens militære køretøjer med et FIAT-, Alfa- eller Lancia-logo på køleren. Drømmeland for motorentusiasten.
http://rom-guide.dk/emnesider/UNDER_REJ ... ersigt.htm

Here is one in English:
Museo storico della Motorizzazione Militare - Roma - Italy
Address: Viale dell'Esercito 170, Roma (Cecchignola) (See map)
Telephone: +39 (0)6-5011885
http://www.warmuseums.nl/gal/064gal.htm

The location can easily be found using Google Earth og ViaMichelin - like this:
http://www.viamichelin.co.uk/viamicheli ... 8&x=13&y=7

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Re: Museums

Postby STURMBOCK » 28 Jun 2008 20:11

SAUMUR TANK MUSEUM

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Re: Museums

Postby STURMBOCK » 28 Jun 2008 20:39

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GLOBAL WAR MUSEUM
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Re: Museums

Postby GLOBAL WAR MUSEUM » 24 Sep 2008 19:47

Sturmbock, Saumur museum is located in France,

Why do I see so many flags from Norway? Our Brotherland in Scandinavia.

I have no tanks in my museum yet... but a very nice Kübelwagen typ 82 and other allied veichles.

I have collected for several years and I live in Sweden so we have no battlefields from WW2, and not a real Warmuseum, we Swedes are very cool people we haven´t fought a war since 1814. For two years ago I started my:

GLOBAL WAR MUSEUM in a small village, Munkedal 100 km North of Gothenburg.

Please visit www.globalwarmuseum.com and fotoalbum there you can see my first German weichle, well I am the model in almost every picture, I have a small budget :oops:

For a small fee I dress people in proper uniforms and take them out on the highway, once a guest played the cast too well, a Dutch BMW cab with teenagers drove longside with us and my guest didn´t like their happy faces so he turned his mp40 against them and you should have seen there faces, they made a burnout and vanished in three seconds :lol:

GLOBAL WAR MUSEUM - www.globalwarmuseum.com

Best regards

Roland Jarl - owner

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Re: Museums

Postby STURMBOCK » 19 Apr 2009 16:14

HI global
Its not a norwegian flag its only a bad copy of the german flag of the ww2without "Hakenkreuz".
I like your viking battle axe nice pieces,but you're lucky to have no battlefields of the WW2 in Sweden......
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