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Tanks preserved as monument
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PostPosted: Sun Aug 06, 2006 11:37 pm
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2.Gdansk%20-%20Wrzeszcz%20in%20Al.%20Zwyciestwa%20street 3.%20Studzianki%20Pancerne 4.%20Kolobrzeg-%20Museum 5.%20Poznan%20-%20Citadel%20museum T-34/76%20Poznan%20Citadel 6.Poznan%20-%20Museum%20in%20officers%20armour%20school%20 T-34/76%20from%20Poznan%20Museum%20in%20officers%20armour%20school T-34/76%20from%20Poznan%20Museum%20in%20officers%20school%20 7.%20Warsaw%20-Armed%20forces%20museum%20-%20central%20bulding

8 Warsaw - Armed forces museum - Fort IX Czerniakowski
T-34/76 from Fort IX Czerniakowski
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PostPosted: Mon Aug 07, 2006 3:54 am
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Thanks a lot for your help. Now you can find a list of 30 surviving T-34/76 here :

List of the surviving T-34/76

I'm quite surprised that thousands of this tank were produced, and only 30 survived until now... It was so common during the war and it's so uncommon nowadays..

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What's wrong wis this tank? It's the T-34/76 exposed at the Saumur Tank Museum. The gun seems to be a fake and the trap door on the hull is not the one which can be usually seen on these tanks.. Maybe somebody has more informations about it?



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PostPosted: Mon Aug 07, 2006 10:43 pm
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One T-34/76 is preserved as monument in former Stalingrad (Volgograd)
T-34/76

One is preserved as monument in Chernivtsi in Ukraine
T-34/76




Can you tell me what is this version T-34. He look's like T-34/76 with 85mm gun. Tank is located in Perm in Russia
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PostPosted: Tue Aug 08, 2006 1:54 am
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Hi Pierre! Hi Folks!

- the_shadock

What's wrong wis this tank? It's the T-34/76 exposed at the Saumur Tank Museum. The gun seems to be a fake and the trap door on the hull is not the one which can be usually seen on these tanks.. Maybe somebody has more informations about it?
Pierre-Olivier


It could be the vehicle was damaged before the museum recevied it and the gun barrel was replaced with a pipe. Could be the barrel was replaced with a pipe as part of a de-mil action.

The 'trap door' is the driver's hatch which should have some covered vision ports at the top edge of it. My guess is the hatch is missing and the musuem replaced it with a simple metal plate. The way that vehicle is, the driver can not see where he is going with the hatch closed.

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PostPosted: Tue Aug 08, 2006 3:26 am
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Next monument in Poland

ISU-122s from Malbork
ISU-122s

IS-2 from Lebork
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IS-2 from Siekierki
IS-2 from Siekierki
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Next T-34/76 preserved as monument in Tambov (Russia)
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