Soviet Medium Tanks and Assault Guns (self-propelled guns)

Tank museum, Kubinka. Soviet Medium Tanks and Assault Guns, Pavilion N 2.

The Second World War, the «cold war» and «local conflicts»

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Soviet medium tanks and assault guns, pavilion N2. Kubinka tank museum

Note the appearance of the pavilion has changed a bit, before he looked (photo below):

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pavilion N2, archives photo

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Soviet medium tanks and assault guns, pavilion N2

The pavilion presents Soviet medium tanks and self-propelled guns from the legendary T-34 of World War II and ending with the main tank, standing in the Russian Army.

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Soviet (Russian) medium tanks. Photo 2014

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Soviet assault guns on the base of the medium tanks

The pavilion also represented the Soviet self-propelled artillery of the Great Patriotic War

The types of munitions, the armament of the Soviet Army

The pavilion exposition  for the amateurs of the military equipment, and of course, the cadets of military school, This is  a magnificent exhibition, showing the internal structure and the types of the munitions, including the period of the Great Patriotic War (World War Two)

танковый музей Кубинка экскурсия на русском языкеA part of the munition exposition, Hall N3

The legendary «thirty-four» and its components

The pavilion presents the V-twin engine, the main types of rollers and track links of the T-34 and the different AV on T-34 base

колеса танка Т-34, танковый музей Кубинка T-34 rolle different models, some found on the battlefields

Multimedia and the modern museum technologies

Recently in the Pavilion was created the special audiovisual system with modern multimedia set for the visitors about the history of tanks . In 2016 during the holydays it was in the work condition.

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multimedia audio-video sydtem

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Assault gun on the T-34 base, WWII, labeled «For Stalin!»

The pavilion also represented the Soviet self-propelled guns of the World  War Two