Le Mémorial de l’Armée Soviétique was built shortly après la guerre, long before the Berlin Wall was raised. The memorial is located voisin du Palais du Reichstag allemand which was the scene of heavy fighting au course de la prise soviétique de Berlin. Very likely, this is why the memorial was placed here. Graffity russe inside the Reichstag building has been carefully restored to commemorate this aspect of its history. As can be seen in the photo, le Mémorial de l’Armée Soviétique was in the process of being well when editors of Military Miniatures Magazine visited the site in Janvier 2000. Les chars et canons on display here are heavily weathered, et they may eventually receive a fresh coat of paint as well.
T-34 turret number 200 seen from the left
Close-up of the road wheels
Close-up of turret number 200
T-34 turret number 300 seen from the left
T-34 turret number 300 seen from the right
152 mm L.28.8 ML-20 Howitzer seen from the right
152 mm L.28.8 ML-20 Howitzer, seen from the right rear
152 mm L.28.8 ML-20 Howitzer, seen from the rear
152 mm L.28.8 ML-20 Howitzer, close-up of the breech
Le Mémorial de l’Armée Soviétique is well worth a visit, it is conveniently located près de la porte de Brandebourg et le Palais du Reichstag allemand.
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