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Swisssoldier

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#81 16 years ago
Borussia Long_poJagdpanther.JPG Jagdpanther Ive seen instide that very tank in the Impearial war museum, its sitting right next to the main doors and it scares the jobbies right out of u when u walk in.

Yes, I've also seen it, when i was there! It has a nice hole in its side. Must be have been caused by a AT-Grenade or a Tankshell.




AraGoth

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#82 16 years ago

(see attachment) im sure this tank was in saving private ryan, where the crew compartment is completely open and they got turned to a quick BBQ when molotov cocktails were thrown on them. Anyway the more the merrier I say!:nodding:




Big Lebowski

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#83 16 years ago

Yes you are rigth, the Marder was in SPR. but im pretty sure that it was the Marder II not the Marder I as your pic shows that was in...




Beast of War

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#84 16 years ago

Jagdpanther-20.jpg

These holes ? ( this photo is from jagdtiger.de though )

The side armour didn't strike me as very thick when i looked at the cut open section in that museum.......and by the look of those small holes ( as a general thumb of rule you need minimal the diameter of the projectile to oversize the thickness of the armour ) it wasn't.....

I was there too......going to have a look at the Museum at Munster Germany also soon. I regret it very much when i was in Brittain i didn't see the tank museum at Bovington.....i guess that means i have to go to Brittain again ;)




the_unborn

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#85 16 years ago
Big LeBowSkiYes you are rigth, the Marder was in SPR. but im pretty sure that it was the Marder II not the Marder I as your pic shows that was in...

Actually, it was Marder III M :D

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Big Lebowski

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#86 16 years ago

I can't see your pic... but yeah, you are rigth. it is a III M thats in :p




the_unborn

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#87 16 years ago

Yeah, I cant see it neither now, just copy the photo url in new browser window and it'll work, i guess they dont allow direct linking :)




Gauntlet

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#88 16 years ago

OMG! Speaking of Bovington, I visited GB 1 week ago, and I must say: IM IMPRESSED OVER THE HIGH QUALITY OF MUSEUMS THERE!

I have visited: IWM, HMS Belfast, Duxford (Flying Legends 2004), Cabinet War Rooms, Bovington, RN Submarine Museum, RAF Museum and Fleet Air Arm Museum. Plus RIAT 2004 Fairford, and Culdrose Air Day. That was the best vacation I have ever had! :D:D:D CHEERS FOR THE UK! :D

Anyway, now for the real question: Are there any good (big) Luftwaffe and Panzer Museums in Germany? I must say, of all of the places I've visited, there hardly weren't German Warbirds, exept for a couple on FL2004 (Jüngemeisters), and 5-6 on the RAF Museum.

Once again: Let us rais our glasses for the UK, an their wonderful museum! :D

Ps: Sorry My English




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#89 16 years ago
GauntletOMG! Speaking of Bovington, I visited GB 1 week ago, and I must say: IM IMPRESSED OVER THE HIGH QUALITY OF MUSEUMS THERE! I have visited: IWM, HMS Belfast, Duxford (Flying Legends 2004), Cabinet War Rooms, Bovington, RN Submarine Museum, RAF Museum and Fleet Air Arm Museum. Plus RIAT 2004 Fairford, and Culdrose Air Day. That was the best vacation I have ever had! :D:D:D CHEERS FOR THE UK! :D Anyway, now for the real question: Are there any good (big) Luftwaffe and Panzer Museums in Germany? I must say, of all of the places I've visited, there hardly weren't German Warbirds, exept for a couple on FL2004 (Jüngemeisters), and 5-6 on the RAF Museum. Once again: Let us rais our glasses for the UK, an their wonderful museum! :D Ps: Sorry My English

The Deutsches Museum aviation and astronautics exhibition could easily be regarded as a Museum in and of itself, in terms of its scope and scale: Complete presentation of the scientific and technical fields of aviation and astronautics within the context of historical development; 8.000 m2 of exhibition space; 1,5 million visitors per year; over 50 original airplanes (from Lilienthal to Airbus).

ju52.jpg View of the exhibition with the Ju 52/3m of 1932 The Branch Museum "Flugwerft Schleißheim" includes an additional 7.800 m2 of exhibition space.

On Sept 17, 1997, the aviation department of the Deutsches Museum was honored by the "Fédération Aéronautique International" (FAI), in a ceremony in presence of the Bavarian Minister of State for Economics and Transport Dr. Otto Wiesheu by the award "FAI Recommended Museum" for its "outstanding documentation of national and international aviation history and its didactical editing".

fai.jpg [size=+1]Topics of exhibition[/size]

  • Early Days of Flight until 1918
  • Aerodynamics and Mechanics of Flight
  • Aircraft with Propeller/Piston Engine Propulsion
  • Piston-type Aero-engines and Propellers
  • Turbojet and Turboprop Engines
  • Jet Aircraft
  • Helicopters
  • Gliders
  • Aircraft Structure and Construction Materials
  • Flight control and Navigation
  • Automatic Flight
  • Air Traffic control and Commercial Aviation (Under construction)
  • Aviation Medicine, Rescue and Safety
  • Model Aeroplane Technology

© · Deutsches Museum · 80306 München German WWII planes I saw there: Me 262, Me 163, Bf 109, Bf 108, Ju 52, He 111




Gocad

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#90 16 years ago
GauntletAnyway, now for the real question: Are there any good (big) Luftwaffe and Panzer Museums in Germany?

The German army museum is in Dresden, but it doesn't have that much WWII equipment, and what they have is mostly of Russian origin. Btw, there is a simple reason why there is so little German equipment (tanks, planes) left. Most of it was destroyed, either during or after WWII. Nobody thought of putting them into a museum right after the war...at least in most cases.