If in previous pavilions I did not divide equipment into subtypes, but simply wandered either clockwise or counterclockwise, now I will sort them out by country. It’s just too lazy… Continue reading "Kubinka. No. 6 Monsters of the Wehrmacht. US armored vehicles."
Category: My museums
In fact, they are not mine, I was just lucky to visit them. So there are many more of them, but here only of a military-technical orientation.
So the pavilions with Soviet-Russian armored vehicles ended, foreign equipment began. Main publication: Kubinka. Introduction. Назад Далее Назад Далее Назад Далее Назад Далее The Churchill crocodile doesn’t fit anywhere in… Continue reading "Kubinka. No. 5 Armored vehicles of foreign countries"
In the middle of the journey, you no longer feel hungry, but not yet full. And you already boldly cross the threshold of the next pavilion. Main publication: Kubinka. Introduction.… Continue reading "Kubinka. No. 4 Armored personnel carriers and infantry fighting vehicles."
There are no surprises here: what is the name of the pavilion “Light and amphibious tanks and armored personnel carriers. Tanks of the Kharkov plant. Airborne armored vehicles” – so… Continue reading "Kubinka. № 3 Light and amphibious tanks and APC…"