Museums with Axis vehicles

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Re: Museums with Axis vehicles

Postby Traction » 05 Apr 2013 15:35

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Re: Museums with Axis vehicles

Postby tehspotters » 02 Jul 2013 18:19

Hello! I hope you'll find this interesting: a few shots from Russian Kubinka Tank Museum, where group of tanks is being prepared for the "Battlefield" military reconstruction festival ("Pole Boya") which will take place in July.
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More photos are here http://tehspotters.net/archives/991.

Sorry for my English :)

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Re: Museums with Axis vehicles

Postby Marcus Wendel » 04 Jul 2013 11:18

:welcome:

Thanks for those photos and there is no problem with understanding your English.

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Re: Museums with Axis vehicles

Postby tehspotters » 07 Aug 2013 10:05

Thank you, Marcus!
Here's some photos from there (vehicles are from the same museum and from "Mosfilm" movie studio):
BMW R75 Sahara:
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Pz.Kpfw.38(t):
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Panzerkampfwagen IV (fully original):
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More photos are here http://tehspotters.net/archives/1034, 7.5 cm Pak 40, Panzerkampfwagen V and so long.

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Re: Museums with Axis vehicles

Postby U-333 » 29 Aug 2013 11:27

Bovington tank museum:- it has the only genuine working Tiger captured on the orders of Churchill in Africa.

A couple of people have slated Bovington for the tanks looking to new, some people just love to moan.

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Re: Museums with Axis vehicles

Postby tristan-gereon » 03 May 2014 11:14

Hi,

here an Austro-Daimler M16 or M17 tractor (I think) in the danish castle Egeskov with the Veteranmuseúm.
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Re: Museums with Axis vehicles

Postby tristan-gereon » 03 May 2014 11:18

Hi,

not a museum, but very nice I think: maybe a replica of a Schupo Sonderwagen in the Babelsberg Filmstudio in Potsdam/Berlin.
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Did anybody knows, in which Film you can see this car ??

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Oliver

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Re: Museums with Axis vehicles

Postby sjashford » 07 Dec 2014 14:07

Kubinka, near Moscow.

As with many such museums, the collection is derived from examples captured and then brought to a central location, usually a central training, development and evaluation depot.

Kubinka has many unique exhibits, and here I am exhibiting the Honved (Hungarian Army) collection which I believe is utterly unique - it even includes a CV 3/35, modified with a square commanders cupola, albeit displayed with, and painted as a vehicle in Italian service. I would rather look through a surprising paint job than not see the vehicle!

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Re: Museums with Axis vehicles

Postby sjashford » 07 Dec 2014 14:12

And here is the Zrinyi.

I have many more photos from my visit in my Photobucket albums.

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Re: Museums with Axis vehicles

Postby sjashford » 08 Feb 2015 20:47

Try the Forsvarets Museer (Armed Forces Museum), Oslo - they've only got a Pzkpfw 1 A, but it is nice - note the MG 13s
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Re: Museums with Axis vehicles

Postby Luftflotte2 » 20 Feb 2016 04:41

I thought this was interesting. The Munster Panzer IV in 1963.
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Re: Museums with Axis vehicles

Postby Luftflotte2 » 03 Jun 2016 15:24

Bulgarian National Museum of Military History.

Excellent photo album here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/massimofo ... 6746382615

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Re: Museums with Axis vehicles

Postby korup » 24 Jun 2016 19:41

Hi,
Does anybody know are there any axis (and allied WW2) vehicles currently on display at Bundeswehr Museum in Dresden? I've heard some of them were there (Pz.IV, Sherman, Comet) but were moved away elswhere.
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Re: Museums with Axis vehicles

Postby korup » 03 Jul 2016 00:12

Hi again,
Noone has been in Dresden lately? I plan to be there in two weeks, but I wouldn't like to go for nothing.
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Pawel

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Re: Museums with Axis vehicles

Postby biercemountain » 20 Mar 2017 11:40

Does anyone know what the status of the collection at the Aberdeen Proving Grounds is? Last time I looked it said the museum is closed but I'm more curious whether the grounds are open so you can look at the tanks and artillery on display there.

Thanks.

Paul


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