Starting and unloading of the Tiger II from the Saumur Tank Museum, at Rétromobile 2015, in Paris, with some stalling and flammes. What a wonderful sight! Truly an awesome machine. I could not even begin to imagine seeing one of these coming at you back in the day, especially if you were in an...read more
The biggest part of the museum in Seelow was opened in this year - 44 years after his arrivel in the historic monument areal. In 1945 the T 34/85 tank take part at the battle in Seelow Heights - the final battle at war. Now is the mission to rstore the tank.
This Jagdpanther doesn't reflect any individual machine but it represents M.N.H assembled Jagdpanthers between December 1944 and the end of WWII. All of them produced at this time were painted this way.
This particular vehicle is a survivor of the 12 Jagdpanthers issued to the 116th Pz...read more
The ISU-152 was armed with the same gun as the SU-152, but it used the hull of the IS-1 tank instead of the KV-1S. Later in the war the ISU-152 was further improved. It used the hull of the IS-2 or IS-2 model 1944 tank, the armour of the mantlet was increased, the gun was replaced by newer...read more
This German Panther Ausf. A tank was found in a bog near the town of Spola (Ukraine) in ... (date unknown). It still has its original paint and markings. Blown up by own troops next to Tscherkassy now is on display at the Technikmuseum Sinsheim (Germany) nearly unrestored, minor faults in the...read more
The M3 Stuart, formally Light Tank M3, was an American light tank of World War II. It was supplied to British and Commonwealth forces under lend-lease prior to the entry of the U.S. into the war. Thereafter, it was used by U.S. and Allied forces until the end of the...read more
Portsmouth’s D-Day Museum is Britain’s only museum dedicated solely to covering all aspects of the D-Day landings in Normandy, France, on 6 June 1944. D-Day was a turning point in the Second World War, and a moment when the course of world events depended on the Allied troops taking part....(find out more)
She is best known as the last U-Boat. U-534 was the last U-Boat to leave Germany before World War II ended, now at Birkenhead the boat symbolises Liverpool's links with the Battle of the Atlantic. The U-boat is one of only four German WWII submarines in preserved condition remaining in the...read more