Military Review

Our memory. Tank Museum in Kubinka. Part of 4


The final part of our photo tour.

1. Hungary.

Anti-tank SAU "Nimrod"

SAU "Zriny"

Light tank "Toldi-1"

Light tank "Toldi-2"

Medium tank "Turan"

2. Czechoslovakia.

OT-62 armored personnel carrier

OT-810 armored personnel carrier

Light tank Lt-38


3. Italy.

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Light tank "Fiat Ansaldo" L6-40

Wedge "Fiat Ansaldo"

Wedge "Fiat-35".

4. Japan.


Kami amphibious tank, type 2

Light tank "Carey", type 3

Self-propelled armored crane "Ricky"

Armored personnel carrier "Soki" for railway troops

Light tank "Te-ke"

Light tank "Tekey"

Light tank "ha-go"

Medium tank "Chi-he"

5. Poland.

Wedge TKS

6. Germany

Fighter tanks based on Pz-4

SAU Stug-40G

Tank destroyer StuH-42

SAU Stug-33

T-4 Tank

SAU "Brumbar"

Kfz-222 armored personnel carrier

Kfz-250 armored personnel carrier

Armored personnel carrier Kfz-250-9

Armored personnel carrier Kfz-250-1

Armored personnel carriers

SAU "Vespe"

Managed (by wire) charge carrier "Goliath"

SAU (heavy self-propelled mortar) "Karl".

"Tiger-2" or "Royal Tiger"

SAU "Marder-2"

Hole, or hole, probably, remained from the war.

"Mouse". Monument of stupidity and powerlessness

Experimental artillery observer machine. Engine from a BMW motorcycle, crew 1 people

Tracked carrier NK-101

SAU "Nashorn"

SAU open type Waffentragen ("Squire")

Tank "Panther"

MLRS "Panzerwerfer" 42 auf Sf.

Mine Trawl. Impressive?

Experimental German 128-mm self-propelled gun on the VK3001 chassis

Infantry assault tank T-1 (Pz. I Ausf. F (VK 1801)). Different from the usual T-1 other suspension system. He did not have gun armament, therefore he was used as a counter-partisan tank or commander.

Normal T-1.

T-2 Tank

T-3 Tank


Half-track tractor Kfz-8

Anti-tank SAU "Ferdinand". Or "Elephant"

Antitank SAU "Hetzer"

"Shturmtigr", the full official name is 38 cm RW61 auf Sturmmörser Tiger. It can be considered as a jet bomb, we can say that this is an assault mortar of 380 caliber mm

Anti-tank SAU "Jagdpanther"

Anti-tank SAU "Jagdtigr"
Photos used:
Roman Skomorokhov, Roman Krivov

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  1. svp67
    svp67 5 October 2015 06: 24
    Yes, our ancestors collected a big "menagerie" ... THANKS TO the authors.
    1. igordok
      igordok 5 October 2015 12: 15
      Quote: svp67
      big "menagerie"

      Interestingly, there is a catalog of "products" in Kubinka.
      Thank you for the review, but it's better to see it with your own eyes.
    2. Ramzaj99
      Ramzaj99 5 October 2015 20: 05
      Had been, been ... Thanks for the great photos. When I was there, there was some kind of repair, and there was dust in my fingers thick on the tanks, the photos were not very successful. And your wonderful ones, (with your permission))), I’ll take them to the collection))).
  2. Bongo
    Bongo 5 October 2015 06: 28
    Photos pleased, but the explanation for them is not very. Too many mistakes and inaccuracies.
    For example, at the very beginning:
    Anti-tank SAU "Nimrod"

    Although this machine armed with an 40 mm anti-aircraft gun was originally designed as a tank destroyer, it was used primarily as a ZSU.
  3. Tanker55
    Tanker55 5 October 2015 07: 01
    Good pictures, I saw a lot of interesting things. Thank you !!!
  4. Volga Cossack
    Volga Cossack 5 October 2015 07: 23
    thank you - a good report ..... but here's the question for the pin for anti-aircraft fire on a Polish wedge heel tks where to do ????? I liked him very much - always))))) and so in the morning - the mood is uplifted - I saw my piece of iron)))))) the tankman is Soul. thank!
    1. Kiroant
      Kiroant 5 October 2015 13: 33
      There, not only the kingpin was lost, but also a number of rollers on the first "tiger".
      1. Maksus
        Maksus 10 October 2015 13: 25
        With the rollers on the Tiger, everything is fine, but with the paint - trouble. For the Tiger from Kubinka is a pre-production car, and the color is taken from the later version from the western front. This is wrong - it is necessary to paint the tanks in historical colors - this Tiger was captured by gray, and should stand like that ...
      2. Maksus
        Maksus 10 October 2015 13: 25
        With the rollers on the Tiger, everything is fine, but with the paint - trouble. For the Tiger from Kubinka is a pre-production car, and the color is taken from the later version from the western front. This is wrong - it is necessary to paint the tanks in historical colors - this Tiger was captured by gray, and should stand like that ...
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  5. parusnik
    parusnik 5 October 2015 07: 55
    Great museum, tank world, widely represented ...
  6. rune
    rune 5 October 2015 08: 44
    Thanks to the author for his interesting photo story.
  7. Pal2004
    Pal2004 5 October 2015 08: 59
    Thanks for the report ... Some Wehrmacht developments are simply amazing ... And yet, our grandfathers made them !!!
  8. Paranoid50
    Paranoid50 5 October 2015 09: 27
    Once again: thanks, Roman! I did get there this weekend. Say "great!" - say nothing. Just a photo selection in the topic - to refresh your impressions. The only thing, as already mentioned, is that some of the plates do not correspond to the exhibited samples - apparently, the museum staff (tank !!!) still does not know much about the materiel, but this is fixable. Again hi
  9. sergant89
    sergant89 5 October 2015 10: 20
    Well, the author is still +, how many years he dreamed of visiting here and this year it turned out, going on vacation, changed the route to 2 thousand kilometers, but fulfilled his dream and visited Kubinka, and showed his daughter how our great-grandfathers and grandfathers fought, plans to visit in Stalingrad.
  10. igor67
    igor67 5 October 2015 11: 28
    Good selection of photos. We had in May, the Latrun Tank Museum, the equipment was already rusted, there was no renewal of the park, but it's a pity
  11. Peterhof 73
    Peterhof 73 5 October 2015 15: 11
    I’ll probably now call some envy (white) members of the forum if I say that I visit this wonderful place every summer, or even more than once. Cottage 40 km from Kubinka. By the way, the very first time was in this exposition when it was not a museum in 1997. It was a closed scientific research institute BTT. Probably someone would be surprised, but all the equipment was painted in the same color (ours-green as in the present, German-early in t / gray, late in green. Only the mortar TOP in t / gray. Anglo-Amer and the other one is also green but slightly different, with the exception of the M-60 (gray-olive) that was passed on to us by Egyptian friends.)
    In general, the situation was not museum and rather dull. But the lecture is mmmmm ..... (for the General Staff of the Ministry of Defense). The lecture was conducted by a colonel who, in his youth, personally took part in landing on the first parachute systems inside the BMD. I will never forget his story in a purely army language. Photos and audio were prohibited. (Apparently, the privacy mode has not yet been removed from the object). And then: a museum, children, toys on trays. But somewhere in the 2000s, they began to paint equipment (apparently together with enthusiasts) for the originals. It became more interesting.
  12. Raider
    Raider 5 October 2015 16: 12
    Many universities and museums are promoting virtual 3-D. Where can you travel using a PC or tablet. There is only one museum, the country is big, not everyone can come, but they want to see it. There are technical capabilities. True, the museum itself is somewhere in a hangar and in cramped conditions, the place for the museum in the new center could be made "Army-2015", where modernity would be close to veterans. IMHO.
  13. Vladimir
    Vladimir 5 October 2015 17: 17
    Thanks for the photo, interesting and informative.
  14. Denis Skiff
    Denis Skiff 5 October 2015 17: 47
    post of great love for fascist technology))
    1. kotvov
      kotvov 5 October 2015 20: 01
      post of great love for fascist technology)) ,,
      you can see only the last article viewed. look 1-3, and do not be clever.
  15. svd-xnumx
    svd-xnumx 5 October 2015 22: 39
    And in the "Mouse" pretty holes were "drilled", were they testing the shells on it?
  16. Velizariy
    Velizariy 7 October 2015 11: 41
    Here is the paradox! Japanese tanks, language doesn’t dare to call these constructions tanks - the hero is simply the crew that is against this bank, well, even Sherman was leaving, to say nothing of the T 34 ... And the IS 2 crew probably would not have noticed this box. ..) And our ISs, our T 34! just the masterpieces of military thought!
    now the creators of these self-moving tin piles produce beautiful Honda, Mazda, Tayota and many other beautiful cars. But why did the followers of the GREAT Designers who created the best tanks of the war, who were afraid for a long time after the war, created a prior, viburnum with a grant! ??? Why is that? It's a shame ... the loser of the war drives a Honda and the winner on a grant ...
  17. mongols
    mongols 12 October 2015 20: 57
    I’ve been to the museum twice, judging by the photo material, some collection updating took place, symbols and flags appeared on the cars ... A wonderful museum !!! there is a video in nete how the museum launched the T-35 (five-tower masterpiece), the guys rode it around the territory, surpassed it on chip tuning)
  18. ilyaches
    ilyaches 13 October 2015 16: 51
    Thank you for the article. I always wanted to go there.
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