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MUZEUM BRONI PANCERNEJ, CENTRUM SZKOLENIA WOJSK LĄDOWYCH, POZNAŃ, WIELKOPOLSKIE, POLAND



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Location Category ID:
16100
Address: ul Wojska Polskiego 84, 60-628 Poznań
Telephone: +48 61 857 51 66
Email: muzeum [at] MuzeumBroniPancernej.pl (Replace [at] with @)
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Official Website: Muzeum Broni Pancernej
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Latitude, Longitude: 52.43164268 , 16.89090549
Location Accuracy: 7
Tanks Previously Here: Short term:
1: M3 Stuart Light Tank - Panzer Farm, Chrcynno, Nowodworski, Mazowieckie, Poland (Children’s Day – 4 June 2011)
2: TKS Tankette - Kopczynskiego Collection, Łódź, Łódzka, Łódzkie, Poland (Children’s Day – 4 June 2011)


The Muzeum Broni Pancernej – Centrum Szkolenia Wojsk Lądowych – im. Hetmana Polnego Koronnego Stefana Czarnieckiego w Poznaniu (Armoured Weapons Museum – Land Forces Training Centre – Chief Hetman of the Crown Stefana Czarnieckiego in Poznan) or MBP CSWL was previously the Muzeum Broni Pancernej Wyzszej Szkoly Oficerskiej im. S. Czarneckiego (Armour Museum of S. Czarnecki Military College). It was established in 1963-4 and was originally a place where student Polish Army officers had classes on the design and operation of the armoured vehicles with which the Army was equipped. Through the work of the officers in charge a large collection of armoured vehicles was collected in the current main building of the museum. The collection also includes separate exhibits of guns, ammunition and other vehicle equipment, with examples of each tank’s main armament ammunition mounted on a rack in front of or beside it. Vehicles in the collection include tanks, self-propelled guns, armoured reconnaissance and armoured personnel carriers. Most of the equipment is of Soviet manufacture and was used during World War II, or post-war, by armoured units of the Polish Army. It represents one of the biggest armoured collections in Poland, and includes some rare exhibits.

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Location ID:
16100
Latitude, Longitude:52.43058867, 16.89172625
Location Accuracy:7



1) Panzerkampfwagen IV Tank German


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Unique ID: 2241
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New entry. This is a wrecked Panzer IV in pieces that was recovered from Kluczewo near Stargard Szczecin. It is being restored for the museum at Kolobrzeg.


2) Sturmgeschütz IV Assault Gun German


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Unique ID: 2237
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Other Identification: German crosses previously painted on superstructure sides. Painted overall in a sand, green and brown camouflage scheme.


3) M4A4 Sherman Firefly Tank American / British


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Unique ID: 2239
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This Firefly came from Brasschaat and was originally recovered from a firing range. It has been restored at MBP and will stay in the collection until 2014 when it will move to a new museum in Gdansk.


4) T-70 Light Tank Soviet


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Unique ID: 420
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Other Identification: “9545” and Polish Eagle markings painted on turret sides.


5) SU-76M Self-Propelled Gun Soviet


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Unique ID: 421
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This SU-76 is displayed with a mannequin in the driver’s position.


6) PT-76B Amphibious Light Tank Soviet


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Unique ID: 422
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7) OT-62 TOPAS Armoured Personnel Carrier Soviet / Polish


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Unique ID: 2232
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8) ASU-85 Self-Propelled Gun Soviet


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Unique ID: 434
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9) T-34 Tank Soviet


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Unique ID: 423
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Other Identification: Polish Eagle markings painted on turret sides.

This is a Model 1943. As a result of damage this tank passed through the Repair Base No. 264 in Stalingrad; after this it was passed to the Polish armoured force, and went to the third training regiment (source: CSWL).


10) SU-85 Tank Destroyer Soviet


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Unique ID: 424
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Other Identification: Polish Eagle markings painted on superstructure sides.

This SU-85 is based on an SU-100 hull (characterised by the protruding cupola). It is a wartime production example.


11) T-34-85 Tank Soviet


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Unique ID: 425
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Other Identification: Polish Eagle markings painted on turret sides.

This T-34 was produced by Factory 112 in Gorky. It was transferred from Gorky on one of nine transports that went to Chelm between 19 and 30 January 1945. It was supplied to Second Armoured Brigade. (Source: CSWL).
It is in running order and has taken part in various public displays.


12) T-34-85 Tank Soviet


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Unique ID: 426
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Name: “RUDY” painted on left hull side.
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This T-34 was used in a well-known Polish TV series, for which it had various sections of armour cut away from the hull and turret to allow filming of the interior. It has mannequins in the turret to show crew positions, and various memorabilia from the series in a display case in front of the tank.


13) SU-100 Tank Destroyer Soviet


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Unique ID: 427
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Other Identification: Polish Eagle markings painted on superstructure sides.


14) T-54 Tank Soviet


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Unique ID: 428
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Other Identification: Polish Eagle markings painted on turret sides.


15) T-55A Tank Soviet


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Unique ID: 2240
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16) T-72M Tank Soviet


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Unique ID: 429
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Other Identification: Painted overall in a green, brown and black camouflage scheme.


17) PT-91M Wilk Tank Soviet / Polish


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Unique ID: 2233
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Other Identification: Polish diamond insignia painted on turret sides. Painted overall in a three-colour camouflage scheme.

This is a Polish upgraded T-72 fitted with explosive reactive armour (ERA) blocks on the hull and turret.


18) IS-2 Tank Soviet


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Unique ID: 430
Serial Number: 240-412458 (source: L. Delsing).
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Other Identification: Polish Eagle markings painted on turret sides.


19) ISU-122 Assault Gun Soviet


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Unique ID: 431
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Other Identification: Polish Eagle markings painted on superstructure sides.


20) ISU-152 Assault Gun Soviet


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Unique ID: 432
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Other Identification: Polish Eagle markings painted on superstructure sides.


21) IS-3 Tank Soviet


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Unique ID: 433
Serial Number: 703-604A81 (source: L. Delsing).
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Other Identification: Polish Eagle markings painted on turret sides.

External Display Area



Location ID:
16102
Latitude, Longitude:52.43266231, 16.89065337
Location Accuracy:7



22) 2S1 Self-Propelled Howitzer Soviet


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Unique ID: 2235
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Other Identification: Painted overall in a green, brown and black camouflage scheme.

This 2S1 is displayed with very loose tracks.


23) WPT-34 Armoured Recovery Vehicle Soviet / Polish


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Unique ID: 577
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This ARV is missing some external parts, including its exhaust ports which may indicate it is missing its engine.


24) T-55U Tank Soviet / Polish


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Unique ID: 2234
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25) 2S7 Pion Self-Propelled Gun Soviet


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Unique ID: 2236
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Registration: UBS4942: “UBS. 4942” embossed on plate on nose, highlighted in white paint.
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This 2S7 has a tarpaulin over the crew area to provide some protection for the vehicle from the weather.

Base Entrance



Location ID:
16104
Latitude, Longitude:52.43036544, 16.89211919
Location Accuracy:7



26) T-34-85 Tank Soviet / Polish


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Unique ID: 2238
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Other Identification: “2002” and Polish Eagle markings painted on turret sides.

This T-34 is mounted on a sloped concrete plinth at the entrance to the Land Forces Training Centre (CSWL).