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LIBERATION MONUMENT, WOŁOMIN, WOŁOMIŃSKI, MAZOWIECKIE, POLAND



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Location Category ID:
16090
Address: Nadłąkowa, 05-200 Wołomin
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Opening Times: Accessible at any time
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Wołomin 1944
Warsaw Tank Battle
Latitude, Longitude: 52.33692348 , 21.2250106
Location Accuracy: 8
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The area around Wołomin, north-east of Warsaw, was the site of a great tank battle in the summer of 1944, part of Operation Bagration, as the Soviet Army attempted to reach Warsaw. There is now a memorial there ‘In honour of the heroic soldiers of 2 Guards Tank Army and of the Polish Underground who on 30 July – 6 August 1944 fought in the Wołomin area against the Nazis’. (Source: Wołomin 1944).


1) T-34-85 Tank Soviet / Polish


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4
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Unique ID: 2264
Serial Number: 92 (turret): “92” cast into rear left turret side.
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Other Identification: Tracks painted black on outside and silver on inside. Painted overall shiny green.

This T-34 is of Polish manufacture. It is displayed on a small stone plinth. A decade ago it was displayed with white painted tyres but otherwise in very poor condition. In 2007/8 it was repainted. It has a Polish-style stowage box fitted to the rear of the turret, and a snorkel stowed along the left side of the hull.