5 Wartime Soviet Tanks Got Painted

Wartime Soviet Tanks Got Painted

Posted on September 17, 2013 by team

The T-34 tanks on the island of Zheltukhin (Russian Far East), that approached Berlin in the war time, have been recently painted by someone. Why has it been done?

This is how they used to look like.

And now…

There is a lot of garbage on the island by the way…

via smitsmitty


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5 Responses to “Wartime Soviet Tanks Got Painted”

  1. guest says:

    Why were those tanks transported to that island?

  2. Osip says:

    So, when the German shott these tanks full with holes, why do they ship them to the far east and paint them silly color?

  3. CZenda says:

    Google “pink tank”.

  4. arazahra says:

    hmmm someone thought it will be a great installation art symbolizing peace and sarcastic ism maybe, its a very popular pop art ya know, lots of artist did this nowadays

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