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Post by brano » 29 May 2005 11:10

"Death Valley" near Dukla,Slovakia.

Pz.Kpfw.IV Ausf.J & T-34/85 post war produktion made in Czechoslovakia.
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Post by brano » 29 May 2005 11:18

Banská Bystrica,Slovakia.Museum SNP(Museum Slovak National Uprising).
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Post by Marcus » 29 May 2005 11:20

Nice photos, thanks for sharing them.

Are they taken by you or just downloaded from virtualfighters.net?

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Post by Sander D » 12 Jul 2005 21:13

I took these picture with my digi foto cam last week at the Nationaal oorlogs- en verzetsmuseum museum at Overloon .

Enjoy

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Post by Sander D » 12 Jul 2005 21:22

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Post by melbar16 » 13 Jul 2005 22:40

Thanks for all the pics guys.
I always wondered if i was near Death Valley the last time i was in Slovakia. Now i am sure i must find it!

To the man who posted the pics from the museum near Rome... can you tell me if this museum has a website? I am going to Rome next week and i would love to visit it.

Also, to the poster of the pics from Sinsheim... can you tell me when you took these pictures? I was in Sinsheim last November and the layout of some of the vehicles seems different to me. Great pics though, mine did not come out so bright and clear!

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Some pictures

Post by mrrip » 14 Jul 2005 12:14

Here is few pictures from Tank museum in Parolannummi/Finland.

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Post by Ome_Joop » 15 Jul 2005 05:00

Sander D wrote:2 more

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Sander
Nice pics!
Good to see Panther 222 fully restored!! :)

Only one thing i don't understand why does it have this paintscheme 8O

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Why not stick to the original??? :(

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Post by Sander D » 17 Jul 2005 12:23

Ome Joop wrote :
Nice pics!
Good to see Panther 222 fully restored!!

Only one thing i don't understand why does it have this paintscheme

I don't under stand it ether,it look like HELL.
On a dutch forum was said , that when panther was was captured it had a light sand collor paint on it.

I don't now if this Card picture showen below is one of the closest to '45,but if you look at the picture you can see that is has been painted over, the german cross and number are on the wrong place.
Anny way for painting the panther over a gain they still used light sand collor,so why did they changed it.

Also they don't have anny tacks for the panther,the old one where rotten that they can't be used.

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Post by Aufklarung » 17 Jul 2005 12:48

Hi

I took these this past Spring at the opening of the new Canadian War Museum in Ottawa but forgot to post them.

The StuG was a range target here after the war but has been turned into a "battle-damage" display. The Panther was outdoors at the Borden Museum but is now CWM for possible restoration to running condition. My uniform acted as a sort of access pass into their back areas!!

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Post by Ivan Ž. » 10 Aug 2005 09:58

War museum in Belgrade, Serbia

Panzer IV
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