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    German - Russian Museum Karlshorst

    On the same trip last week, I also managed to go to the German - Russian Museum, which is where the capitulation of Nazi Germany was signed on the the 8th of May 1945. Interesting display and a few Russian artillery and tanks including a Joseph Stalin 2, an ISU 122 and an SU100. Also noticeable is a complete round of what I believe is a 122mm, but I am no expert and may be someone will correct me?

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    It is a 100mm high explosive shell for the SU-100 and later the T-54/55 series of tanks. The projectile is an F-412. The complete round is a UOF-412. There are also some nice artillery pieces: M1938 122mm howitzer, ZIS-3 76mm AT gun, and a ZIS-2 57mm AT gun.
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    Minor detail - projectile OF-412
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    any live or recovered ordnance shown in my posts was dealt with by trained EOD personnel

 

 

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