Our memory. Vadim Zadorozhny Museum. Part of 2




The second part of our excursion is devoted to that part of the internal exposition, which concerns military subjects.




"Newpor-17", the main combat aircraft of the Russian army in the First World War




"Fokker D-1" "Triplane"


AIR-1. The first aircraft A. Yakovlev. Built according to drawings in 1977




YT-1.


YT-2.




Yak-1 "in section". And on this not just flew ...




Yak-3


Yak-9




Me-109 G-6


"Hurricane mk2". Or "pterodactyl", as our pilots called it. For clumsiness. With such a thick wing - no wonder


Airbus HP-23


Machine guns UBS, UBK and gun HP-23


ShKAS, UBT and gun GSH-23L


Yak-17


YK-23 UTI


To the left of the “pilot”, the ejection seat K36D from the Yak-38 aircraft, to the right - the Kazbek depreciation seats from the Soyuz spacecraft




A good selection of small and anti-tank weapons


BSU 11-57F. Landing self-propelled gun. Could be equipped with either 57-mm gun or mortar




English Universal BTR Mark-1 (T-16)


"Willis"

An interesting reconstruction of the German technology, equipment and weapons. All it can not fit in one frame, so - in parts.








SdKfz 2, also known as Kettenkrad HK 101












"Goliath". This is in Kubinka. Wire-operated charge carrier


Anti-aircraft "Degtyarev". Installation for patrol boats and boats of the Navy of the USSR


DShK


ZSU MG-Wagen-34 (in the background).


20-mm ZSU "Tower-2" for Kriegsmarine


Not the topic, as they say, but this is the "Messerschmitt". True not flying


Bottle of cop.

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German medicine


Mortar 50-mm arr. 1936


IMZ-72


PMZ A-750








"Zündäppi" - the main motor-wheels of the Reich












Flak-20 18-mm anti-aircraft gun


"Volkswagen" type 82


"Volkswagen" type 166

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"Kübelvagen", that is, the staff car from the brothers Shtever
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  1. Hubun 10 November 2015 06: 14 New
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    standings, there is something to see
    1. THE_SEAL 10 November 2015 14: 47 New
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      Tell me the address of the museum?
      1. alexs1833 10 November 2015 22: 16 New
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        Ilyinskoye highway. Near the Archangel.
  2. svp67 10 November 2015 06: 17 New
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    Yes, the collection is impressive good . Something resembles a museum in Verkhnyaya Pyshma, but exhibits !!!, especially along the German branch. To the authors, separate THANKS.
  3. tolancop 10 November 2015 07: 06 New
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    Great stuff !!! I hope the author will post 2 more parts: a collection of motorcycles and cars. It seems to be not related to military subjects, but there is also something to see there.
    1. Banshee 10 November 2015 09: 25 New
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      Of course it will be. This is Roma Jr. doing.
  4. Amurets 10 November 2015 07: 33 New
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    Yes! No words! Some expressions! Expressions of delight. Many thanks to Vadim Zadorozhny for his work, for his museum, for the beauty of the technology that he preserved.
  5. parusnik 10 November 2015 08: 03 New
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    Yeah .. just wonderful .. A lot of such museums and enthusiasts .. Thank you!
  6. McLuha-MacLeod 10 November 2015 08: 13 New
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    Why upload these photos, something to comment on? There is an official site of the museum with gorgeous photos and even interactive tours of the museum
    1. Banshee 10 November 2015 09: 29 New
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      Indeed, why ... Why write anything at all, it’s enough to copy what has already been written from the news branches of the leading media. Or leading world affairs experts.

      For you, probably, there will be more than enough articles in which there will be assaults on Jews, and that's enough.
      1. alex-cn 10 November 2015 12: 55 New
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        But I did not know anything about this museum! I looked with pleasure here, I’ll go to the site ... I learn something new. Thanks to the author.
    2. moskowit 10 November 2015 20: 32 New
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      Thanks for the help ...
  7. Taoist 10 November 2015 12: 39 New
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    Amendment, in the photo there is a KA-1M ejection seat (the first series of Jacob equipped with it) K36VM were placed later and they look very different. And the pilot’s mannequin is dressed in Naval Forces - in such a spacesuit the pilot, even when bailing out over the polar seas, could calmly wait for help without fear of freezing or drowning. True, our pilots did not like them for the bulkiness and inability to piss without the help of a technician ... ;-)
  8. jjj
    jjj 10 November 2015 13: 53 New
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    I am glad that people spend time and money on such a noble cause as preserving the material memory of the past. Solid and informative exposition.
    Special thanks for posting
  9. bbss 10 November 2015 14: 23 New
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    I poke the author in the nose - Hurricane!
  10. The point 10 November 2015 16: 36 New
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    The article is excellent. But the “Kubelvagen” in the penultimate photo. hi
  11. michell 10 November 2015 18: 36 New
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    On motorcycles - PMZ A-750 - this is a motorcycle with a sidecar - the one with the inscription "IMZ 72" under the photo. IMZ 72 is a licensed copy of the German BMW 71 - a motorcycle with a boxer engine with a displacement of 750 cubic centimeters - it is not shown in the photographs. Regarding the Jundupps, the German army had two main suppliers that produced very similar motorcycles (with very insignificant differences in technical terms) - the Jundupp KS 750 Green Elephant (green elephant) and the BMW R 75 Sahara. As the names even indicate, the Tsun Dapps were painted mostly in green because they fought on the Eastern Front, BMW carried desert camouflage for the war in Africa. And the most interesting instance, which the author designated as PMZ A-750 - I can be wrong, but, in my opinion, this is Harley-Davidson WLA http://conwell.livejournal.com/213924.html)
  12. erg
    erg 10 November 2015 19: 14 New
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    The first plane in the pictures is not Newport, but Recession. Also french.
  13. moskowit 10 November 2015 20: 33 New
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    Yes. Very, very interesting ... Thanks.