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Some museums in Denmark:
http://wikimapia.org/9981866/Cold-War-M ... ns-Denmark
http://www.visitaalborg.com/internation ... museum.htm
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- Location: Sarreguemines, France
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Address: No. 9, Fuxing Road, Haidian District, Beijing.
Zip Code: 100038
Opening time: 8:30 to 16: 00
The museum is accessible by Line 1 of the Beijing Subway at the Military Museum Station and City Bus Routes 1, 4, 21, 65, 68, 205, 308, 320, 337, 617, 728, and 802.
Free of charge
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- Location: middelburg
Found this in a other Topic in this Forum and drawing left upper corner from SES
http://forum.axishistory.com/viewtopic. ... 9&t=194402
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Very nice, could you tell me where you saw the Panther? That doesn't look like Overloon to me, or am I wrong?SvenHassel. wrote:When I was in Netherlands i made pictures to the Panther tank there.
And those others are made in Romania. 2 anti tank guns.
OT, mentioning that. If you'r in the vicinity of the southern Netherlands, check out museum Overloon. They have a section about the occupation and resistance during WW2 (national war and resistance museum), and another section with a huge display of vehicles(marshall museum), both wartime and post-war. German, American, British, Soviet, you name it.
http://www.oorlogsmuseum.nl/en/?PHPSESS ... cedd54d7f8