Some time ago guys of "World War II Metal Detecting" were on a road trip through Europe, when they visited Poland for a visit to the town of Kostrzyn nad Odra, the old part of town to be exact. This part of the town, located on the German-Polish border and the Oder river, was destroyed during...read more

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 Lieutenant) October 31, 2016

Thanks to PrzemekBudzich, we have the chance to see new astonishing images of German light armored halftrack SdKfz 250 Ausf “Neu”, that was recovered from Pilica river near Górki village (...read more

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An unusual remnant of World War II was found by a group of military history enthusiasts in the middle of a field in Poland on 1st October this year. One meter beneath the surface the German turret was resting for over 70 years. Given the circumstances, it’s still in a pretty good shape!

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Panzer Farm bring us amazing images of a German Sd Kfz. Ausf. 7 pulled from the rver in (Poland). The Sd.Kfz. 7 was a half-track military vehicle used by the German Wehrmacht, Luftwaffe and Waffen-SS and other armies during the World War II.

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German light armored halftrack SdKfz 250 Ausf “Neu” was recovered from Pilica river near Górki village (Poland) by The Museum of Military Technology in Chrcynno. The late war version (“Neu” = new) was used in a variety of roles, including an armored scout vehicle, personnel carrier, prime mover...read more

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On 4th of October 2016 we made it into reality! The Sd.Kfz. 251 German Half-Track cabin was recovered from Pilica river in Poland by Museum of Military Technology.

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Located 20km northeast of Hitler's Wolfschanze "Wolf's Lair" are the Mauerwald OKH Headquarters. These bunkers unlike those at the Wolf's Lair were not destroyed at the end of WW2 and are still in great shape. Well worth a visit if you are in the area.

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Malbork is a town in northern Poland. During World War II this area of the world was part of Germany West Prussia. In recent decades numerous mass graves have been unearthed in the area. In January of 2009 a discovery of over 1800 bodies and human remains were discovered in Malbork. 

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Still in amazing condition, with minimal corrosion due to the lack of oxygen in the bog, this Sturmgeschütz IV (StuG IV) German assault gun was pulled from a bog in 2010 in Poland.  Imagine how horrific it must have been sitting inside of these tanks and such with shells hitting them, brings...read more

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This Tank was extended during rescue action on 19th April 2011 in Stargard Szczecinski (West Pomerania) - on terrain of former airport in Kluczewo, and by the decision of Conservator of Heritage in Szczecin, the tank passed on to our Museum’s gathering. The...read more

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