Engines Of The Second World War In A Moscow Museum

Engines Of The Second World War In A Moscow Museum

Great wartime exhibition has recently been opened in the Central Museum of the Second World War. It is called “Engines of war”. The visitors had the chance to see the vehicles of the WW II perfectly restored and presented. The displays included Soviet vehicles and battle facilities as well as German, Canadian, American and others.

Engines Of The Second World War In A Moscow Museum

Soviet armoured vehicle BA-64B.

Engines Of The Second World War In A Moscow Museum

Artillery tractor T-20. Its main purpose was to carry 45-mm cannons.

Engines Of The Second World War In A Moscow Museum

GAZ-67.

Engines Of The Second World War In A Moscow Museum

British truck Morris Commercial C4.

Engines Of The Second World War In A Moscow Museum

Fire truck Opel Blitz 3,6-6700A TLF15 (Germany).

Engines Of The Second World War In A Moscow Museum

Commander’s car Willis MB (USA).

Engines Of The Second World War In A Moscow Museum

French truck Laffly S20TL VDP.

Engines Of The Second World War In A Moscow Museum

Artillery sight.

Engines Of The Second World War In A Moscow Museum

Engines Of The Second World War In A Moscow Museum

Armoured troop carrier Chevrolet C15TA (Canada).

Engines Of The Second World War In A Moscow Museum

Engines Of The Second World War In A Moscow Museum

Engines Of The Second World War In A Moscow Museum

Engines Of The Second World War In A Moscow Museum

Commander’s car Stoewer Typ 40 Kfz.1 (Germany).

Engines Of The Second World War In A Moscow Museum

German diesel truck Einheits-Diesel.

Engines Of The Second World War In A Moscow Museum

Very interesting thematic stands were also displayed.

Engines Of The Second World War In A Moscow Museum

Engines Of The Second World War In A Moscow Museum

Engines Of The Second World War In A Moscow Museum

Engines Of The Second World War In A Moscow Museum

Engines Of The Second World War In A Moscow Museum

American truck Dodge WC-63.

Engines Of The Second World War In A Moscow Museum

German self-propelled gun 10.5cm leFH 18-4 auf Geschutzwagen Lr.S (f) Alkett.

Engines Of The Second World War In A Moscow Museum

Soviet ambulance GAZ-55.

Engines Of The Second World War In A Moscow Museum

Symbol of post-war might of the USSR – armoured ZiS-115.

Engines Of The Second World War In A Moscow Museum

Triaxial truck GMC CCKW-353 (USA).

Engines Of The Second World War In A Moscow Museum

Chevrolet K51 Panel Van (USA) was used as a mobile radio station.

Engines Of The Second World War In A Moscow Museum

Engines Of The Second World War In A Moscow Museum

Engines Of The Second World War In A Moscow Museum

Self-propelled anti-aircraft gun M16 Multiple Gun Motor Carriage (USA).

Engines Of The Second World War In A Moscow Museum

Engines Of The Second World War In A Moscow Museum

Engines Of The Second World War In A Moscow Museum

Engines Of The Second World War In A Moscow Museum

Engines Of The Second World War In A Moscow Museum

Installation with Opel Olimpia.

Engines Of The Second World War In A Moscow Museum

Soviet truck GAZ MM-B.

Engines Of The Second World War In A Moscow Museum

Engines Of The Second World War In A Moscow Museum

Engines Of The Second World War In A Moscow Museum

Engines Of The Second World War In A Moscow Museum

Driver’s licence of that time.

Engines Of The Second World War In A Moscow Museum

Engines Of The Second World War In A Moscow Museum

Engines Of The Second World War In A Moscow Museum

Engines Of The Second World War In A Moscow Museum

Engines Of The Second World War In A Moscow Museum

Engines Of The Second World War In A Moscow Museum

Engines Of The Second World War In A Moscow Museum

Engines Of The Second World War In A Moscow Museum

Engines Of The Second World War In A Moscow Museum

Engines Of The Second World War In A Moscow Museum

Engines Of The Second World War In A Moscow Museum

Engines Of The Second World War In A Moscow Museum

Even the staircase to the exhibition hall is decorated according to the general style.

Location: Moscow

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14 thoughts on “Engines Of The Second World War In A Moscow Museum”

  1. And once again, not a single exhibition description sign in english – only in russian.

    Russian museums must really hate foreign visitors.

      • So why should they bother? Even if museums in other countries do that, put signs in english, simply from courtesy, even in china and nepal?

        My hunch is, that it’s due to this new ‘business mentality’, ie. more money..

        If foreigners want to understand something on the exhibition, they can get a tour guide, who simply translates the signs, and doesnt know anything more that’s on them, for a price ofcourse.

        Doesnt matter if museums in other countries have done this for free, for tens of years. You’re in russia now, and we dont care if you dont understand.

        • Spoken like a proud Russian inbred…and you wonder why we laugh at everything you do….no matter what glorious acomplishment you think you have attained ..you are always the backward slav desperatly trying to be a part of something greater….and always a bottle of vodka short..ha ha ha!

          • And who is laughing when American astronauts have to use Russian rockets to get to the international space station?

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