Our memory. Tank Museum in Kubinka. Part of 3




So we got to the final part of our story. To "cars". True, I had to divide the exhibition in half, too many photos for one material. Therefore, in this part there will be England, France, the USA as representatives of the anti-Hitler coalition, and those who were on the other side will be placed separately.

1. United Kingdom.


Armored car "Daimler" Mk2


BTR "Saracen"


Cruising tank "Cromwell"


Light tank "Vikkers-37"


Light tank "Scorpion"


Universal BTR


Armored car AES mk2


Infantry tank "Matilda".


Armored car "Fitch"


Cruising tank "Comet"


Self-propelled bridge "Valentine"


Medium tank "Centurion", modification "Shot" for Israel


Medium Tank "Centurion", Mk10




"Mark 5". "Male" with cannon and machine gun weapons


Heavy tank "Winner". The idea was to confront our T-55 and T-62 in the battle for Europe ...




Churchill. And in the flamethrower variation - "Crocodile"


Vickers amphibious tank


Light airborne tank "Tetrarch"


Main battle tank "Chiften"

2. France.


Light tank AMX-13 "Turen"


Armored car "Panhard" AML-245E


Armored car "Panhard" AML-245С


Armored car "Panhard" AMD-35D


Light tank "Hotchkiss" H39


Light tank "Renault 17". Surprised his rollers. Wood. It is probably great if damage to the chassis can be repaired in the near forest with a saw and ax.


Light tank "Renault 35"


Medium tank S35 "Somya"


Universal tractor "Renault"

3. USA.


BTR M39




Medium tank M46 "General Patton"


ZSU M19


M3 "Stuart"


Also M3, but "General Grant"


М4А2 "Sherman"


МХNUMXА4 "Sherman". Original modification from Chrysler A4 Multibank of five car engines


ZSU M17


SAU M18 "Hellcat"


Light tank M24 "General Chaffee"


Light tank M41 "Walker" Bulldog ". Also in honor of the general called


BTR M113. Workhorse American Marines.


Medium tank M51 "Super Sherman". Produced for the army of Israel


ACS T48 based on the BTR M3.

4. Sweden.

Though they haven’t fought anywhere, the neutrals, but Tanks have.


Medium Tank Strv-74


The main tank Strv-103B. The original thing. They call it a tank. Only crazy. Swedes, what to take with them ...
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Roman Skomorokhov, Roman Krivov
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  1. svp67 2 October 2015 06: 27 New
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    Thank you so much!!!
    1. Serg 122 2 October 2015 14: 19 New
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      The main tank Strv-103B. The original thing. They call it a tank. Only crazy. Swedes, what to take with them ...

      But this unit reminded me! Finnish StuG III Ausf. G.
      1. svp67 2 October 2015 16: 56 New
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        Quote: Serg 122
        But this unit reminded me! Finnish StuG III Ausf. G.

        Well, unless you consider that the Swedes:
        - variable clearance
        - two control places, which allowed their tank to equally quickly move and maneuver, both in attack and in retreat
        - automatic loading
  2. Hubun 2 October 2015 07: 07 New
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    I’ve been dreaming of visiting Kubinka for a long time, I don’t know if
  3. Vikxnumx 2 October 2015 08: 07 New
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    THANK YOU!
    We look forward to the next exciting tour!
  4. revnagan 2 October 2015 08: 51 New
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    Two identical photographs: “Medium tank M51 Super Sherman. Made for the Israeli army,” and “M4A2 Sherman. So who is who? Thanks for the photo, very interesting. I’m waiting for the captured Fritz and their allies.
    1. Stormtrooper 2 October 2015 09: 56 New
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      The correct one goes above. SuperSherman has a bigger tower (I'm talking about the back of the head), because a 105mm gun, a completely different mask, and, unlike in the wrong photograph, a molded case were pushed into it. But, again, such a case, like ordinary Shermans, is not for all Super Shermans. For what reason, Americans in WWII jumped from the welded body to the cast and vice versa, I was not given to understand.
      1. kalibr 2 October 2015 12: 47 New
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        Different factories made different buildings - so different technology. And the choice of a factory for an army depended on ... a senator! Who punched his own - such tanks went!
        1. Argon 3 October 2015 05: 09 New
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          About factories, it’s true, about senators not at all. The whole thing is that in the midst of 2MB, the US Army and the Allies needed a lot of tanks, all the hulls were cast and welded, and the cars with cast hulls (less shell-resistant) were tried to leave serve in the United States. And after the war, it was these machines that became the basis of modifications for the armies of the Third World countries. At that time, Israel was one of them.
  5. sergant89 2 October 2015 08: 54 New
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    Remembering the summer and the dream fulfilled, the author +.
  6. igordok 2 October 2015 08: 57 New
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    The museum is lovely.
    But the cover plates were created by an "effective manager." Errors in the title, as in yesterday’s article. The name of the armored vehicle should not be translated into Russian either: "Ferret", "Winner".
    1. Banshee 2 October 2015 10: 07 New
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      However, they translate there.
      1. igordok 2 October 2015 13: 50 New
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        Quote: Banshee
        However, they translate there.

        Not all. - SPG M18 "Hellcat" - "Hellish kitten"
  7. parusnik 2 October 2015 08: 57 New
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    He was on a business trip in Moscow, made time to get into Kubinka .. Amazing! Thank!
  8. kosopooz77 2 October 2015 10: 00 New
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    Also in the summer I visited Kubinka. Feelings-puppy delight! In your incomplete forty you feel like a child. And if you play WoT, then it’ll just fly away
  9. DMoroz 2 October 2015 10: 35 New
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    I was in Kubinka 5 years ago, just in the summer too, the sensations are amazing, the author for the article and nostalgia +
  10. Robert Nevsky 2 October 2015 12: 29 New
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    Guys, I like the AMX-30 ...
  11. kalibr 2 October 2015 12: 45 New
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    Where Mk.5 English is not a cannon-machine-gun tank, but a rare model is a hermaphrodite tank. And that's exactly what they were officially called! One sponsons gun, the other-gun.
  12. rune 2 October 2015 13: 21 New
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    Full respect to the author. I look forward to continuing the report. hi
  13. Volga Cossack 2 October 2015 13: 36 New
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    thank!!!! great !!!! and BTR wagon - apparently in a flamethrower version ???? OOSP ????
    1. igordok 2 October 2015 13: 43 New
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      Quote: Volga Cossack
      and the BTR wagon - apparently in a flamethrower version?

      Also noticed.
  14. kvs207 2 October 2015 17: 38 New
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    Quote: kosopooz77
    Also in the summer I visited Kubinka.

    When will I get out sad I'd like to visit.
  15. Raider 3 October 2015 00: 19 New
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    It is clear that the Americans came from WWII, from Arabs, from Asia, but how did the Swedes get to the museum ???
    1. Baikal 3 October 2015 03: 19 New
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      Duc from Poltava still, apparently laughing
    2. Forest 3 October 2015 12: 13 New
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      Could and buy. and redeem from the collections.
      1. Hairy Siberian 3 October 2015 16: 54 New
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        Quote: Raider
        ... but how did the Swedes get into the museum ???

        The museum says that the Swedes presented.