10 The “War Engines” Exhibition

The “War Engines” Exhibition

Posted on April 28, 2011 by team

Recently the Central Museum of WWII had the 25th anniversary. In honor of this date there was the unique exhibition “War Engines” with Soviet, German and their allies’ cars from the war time.

The armoured car BA-64B, the USSR.

The artillery tractor T-20 “A Komsomol Member”, the USSR.

The car GAS-67, the USSR.

The hauler Morris Commercial C4, Great Britain.

The fire engine Opel Blitz 3,6-6700A TLF15, Germany.

The commanders ‘car Willis MB, the USA.

The truck Laffly S20TL VDP, France.

The artillery trailer.


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10 Responses to “The “War Engines” Exhibition”

  1. testicules says:


  2. kuramiianko says:

    The car GAS-67, the USSR looks better than the contemporary russan cars…

  3. kuramiianko says:

    The car GAS-67 (USSR) looks better than the contemporary russan ones…

  4. Boritz says:

    I feel the deja vu with this post.

  5. logan says:


  6. Mummeli says:

    Repost explains the lack of english descriptions of the items.

    It’s sad really, that they wont care about international visitors, i guess they get enough money from locals..

  7. Jerbill says:

    This had already been published

    Greetins from Mexico

  8. Arcibald Bunkum says:

    Haven’t we seen these before> Recently?
    I like that Chevy panel van, people would die to have one now.

    • Musa says:

      I can’t believe you didn’t say a word about this being a repost.

      I need that GAS-55 Ambulance, it’s so cool.

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