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PANZERMUSEUM, THUN, BERN, SWITZERLAND



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Location Category ID:
17100
Address: Postfach 2634, 3601 Thun
Telephone:
Email: information [at] armeemuseum.ch (Replace [at] with @)
Opening Times: 0800-1700, Monday-Friday
Official Website: Verein Schweizer Armeemuseum
Sammlung Historischer Fahrzeuge
Other Links: OG Panzer
Scouse on Toast
Tank Guy
Org Fog Thun
Latitude, Longitude: 46.75741575 , 7.6082468
Location Accuracy: 7
Tanks Previously Here: Long term:
1: Tiger II Tank - Schweizerische Militärmuseum, Full, Zurzach, Aargau, Switzerland (Until 2006)
2: Panzerjäger G13 Tank Destroyer - Armeemotorfahrzeugpark (AMP), Burgdorf, Emmental, Bern, Switzerland (Until September 2006)
3: Panzerjäger G13 Tank Destroyer - Armeemotorfahrzeugpark (AMP), Burgdorf, Emmental, Bern, Switzerland (Displayed 2004)
4: Panzerjäger G13 Tank Destroyer - Royal Tank Museum, Aqaba, Aqaba Governorate, Jordan (Displayed 2004)
5: Panzer 55/60 Tank - Military Museum of Southern New England, Danbury, Fairfield County, Connecticut, USA (Swiss Army service until May 1993 – probably around Thun)
6: Panzer 57 Tank - Muckleburgh Collection, Weybourne, Norfolk, East England, Britain (Swiss Army service - probably around Thun 1962-92)
7: Panzer 57 (Diesel) Tank - Panzermuseum, Thun, Bern, Switzerland (In Swiss Army service until 1982 - probably around Thun)
8: Panzerartillerie-Kanone 68 Self-Propelled Howitzer - RUAG Eidgenössische Konstruktions-Werkstätte (K+W), Thun, Bern, Switzerland (On display 1984)

Short term:
1: Panzerjäger G13 Tank Destroyer - Armeemotorfahrzeugpark (AMP), Burgdorf, Emmental, Bern, Switzerland (Steel Parade 2006)
2: T-55AM2 Tank - Schweizerische Militärmuseum, Full, Zurzach, Aargau, Switzerland (Steel Parade 2005)


The Swiss Army maintains a collection of armoured vehicles at Thun, as part of its training establishment. It is located on Militärstrasse, off Allmendstrasse. The vehicles are displayed in the open in a huge triangle, bounded on two sides by vehicle sheds. These sheds house current Swiss Army vehicles, and Leopard Tanks can be seen nearby (and Centurion Tanks and Armoured Recovery Vehicles and Panzer 68 Tanks in the past). The base is not open to the public but it is possible to obtain permission in advance to see and photograph the collection.

External Display Area



Location ID:
17100
Latitude, Longitude:46.75867078, 7.61242568
Location Accuracy:7



1) Sturmgeschütz III Assault Gun German


Number of Photos:
16
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Unique ID: 131
Serial Number:
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification: “2” and German crosses painted on superstructure sides. German cross painted on rear hull. Unit markings painted on nose and rear hull. Painted overall in a three colour striped camouflage scheme.

This is a late-production Ausf G. It spent most of 2009 in the Full museum (q.v.), where it was cosmetically restored. Its interior, including engine and gearbox, were beyond repair, most likely sabotaged by the vehicle’s crew. (Source: M. Foti).


2) Panzerkampfwagen IV Tank German


Number of Photos:
8
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Unique ID: 164
Serial Number:
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification: Number “734” painted on turret sides and rear (not seen in 1984).

This Ausf H is fitted with track from a Panzer 61 tank. The sign in front of it states:

Le véhicule exposé fut livré à la Suisse pour des essais en 1945 par l’armée française.The displayed vehicle was given to Switzerland for some trials in 1945 by the French Army.


3) Jagdpanzer IV Tank Destroyer German


Number of Photos:
5
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Unique ID: 199
Serial Number:
Registration: Number “WH836”.
Name:
Other Identification:

This is an Ausf F.


4) Panther Tank German


Number of Photos:
8
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Unique ID: 32
Serial Number:
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification: Number “334” painted on turret sides.

This rare Ausf D is fitted with an Ausf A turret with a fake mantlet.


5) Jagdpanther Tank Destroyer German


Number of Photos:
5
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Unique ID: 65
Serial Number:
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification: Number “323” painted on superstructure sides.

This Jagdpanther has a two-piece gun barrel and a bolted mantlet.


6) Hetzer Tank Destroyer German / Czech


Number of Photos:
4
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Unique ID: 244
Serial Number:
Registration: Number “WH1177” previously painted on glacis plate.
Name:
Other Identification:


7) Panzerjäger G13 Tank Destroyer German / Czech / Swiss


Number of Photos:
4
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Unique ID: 268
Serial Number:
Registration: “M78042” (previously “M78028”) painted on glacis plate.
Name:
Other Identification:


8) Panzerjäger Renault R35(f) Tank Destroyer German / French


Number of Photos:
5
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Unique ID: 279
Serial Number:
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification:

This is the 35R(f) is the sole surviving example of this vehicle, of which fewer than 200 were built.


9) M31 Tank Recovery Vehicle American


Number of Photos:
9
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Unique ID: 803
Serial Number: “68” stamped into front right towing lug.
Registration: None visible (“USA W-304725” previously painted on rear hull sides).
Name:
Other Identification: Painted overall sand (Allied white star markings previously painted on turret sides and nose).

This M31 is missing the dummy gun from its turret.


10) M4A4 Sherman Tank American


Number of Photos:
5
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Unique ID: 800
Serial Number: 1???? (source: M. Foti).
Registration: “T147851” painted on forward hull sides.
Name: “THE FLYING SCOT” painted on rear hull sides.
Other Identification: Allied star markings on hull and turret sides, and nose.

This is an early-production M4A4 with M34 mantlet.


11) M7 Priest Howitzer Motor Carriage American


Number of Photos:
5
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Unique ID: 802
Serial Number: 1?427 (source: M. Foti).
Registration: “S30346675” (previously “USA W. 30444”) painted on rear hull sides.
Name:
Other Identification: Allied star markings (previously Free French insignia) painted on forward hull sides. Allied star painted on nose.

This M7 is fitted with a frame for a canvas roof; the canvas previously seen is now missing.


12) M47 Patton Tank American


Number of Photos:
5
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Unique ID: 801
Serial Number: 911 (source: M. Foti).
Registration: “USA 30864251” painted on hull sides.
Name:
Other Identification: White star marking currently painted on nose (not seen previously).

This M47 was evaluated by the Swiss Army in 1952, but lost out against the Centurion (source: M. Foti).


13) M48A1 Tank American


Number of Photos:
5
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Unique ID: 804
Serial Number:
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification:

This Patton is fitted with German-style smoke grenade dischargers on the front turret sides. It is an ex-Bundeswehr tank (source: M. Foti). Germany was supplied with some two hundred M48A1s but made more extensive use of the M48A2 and M48A2C versions.


14) T-34-85 Tank Soviet


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2
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Unique ID: 822
Serial Number:
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification: “36” and white line painted on turret sides. Painted overall sand (previously overall white, with grey markings on turret).


15) T-54A Tank Soviet


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2
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Unique ID: 823
Serial Number:
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification: “417” and Polish national markings painted on turret sides.

The markings imply this T-54 was acquired from Poland.


16) A41 Centurion Tank British


Number of Photos:
5
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Unique ID: 815
Serial Number:
Registration: None visible (“6-4512” previously painted on nose).
Name:
Other Identification: Painted overall in a three colour camouflage scheme.

This is a Mark 3 Centurion. It was purchased from Canada.


17) Panzer 57 Tank British / Swiss


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2
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Unique ID: 820
Serial Number:
Registration: “M.78749” painted on nose.
Name:
Other Identification: “DLP2” painted on plate on nose. “222” painted on lower turret sides.

This is a Swiss Centurion Mark 7.


18) FV4002 Centurion Bridgelayer British


Number of Photos:
10
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Unique ID: 816
Serial Number:
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification: “DLP05” painted on plate on rear hull.

This vehicle is a prototype to test the bridgelaying equipment that was used subsequently on the Panzer 68 chassis (source: M. Foti).


19) Panzer 51 Light Tank French / Swiss


Number of Photos:
7
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Unique ID: 818
Serial Number:
Registration: “M.78200” painted on nose.
Name:
Other Identification: “221” painted on rear turret sides. “DLM2” painted on plate on front right mud flap.


20) AMX 105mm Mk 62 Self-Propelled Howitzer French


Number of Photos:
5
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Unique ID: 819
Serial Number:
Registration: “M.0875” (previously “M0874”) painted on nose.
Name:
Other Identification: “402” painted on turret sides.

The Swiss Army purchased four of these vehicles for trials. The Model B, with turret, never entered production.


21) AMX-VTP Armoured Personnel Carrier French


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2
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Unique ID: 821
Serial Number:
Registration: “M.0856” painted on nose.
Name:
Other Identification: “AMX VTP” painted on hull sides.


22) Nahkampfkanone II Gustav Tank Destroyer Swiss


Number of Photos:
10
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Unique ID: 808
Serial Number:
Registration: “M7830” painted on nose and rear hull plate.
Name:
Other Identification: Painted in a three colour camouflage scheme.

This NK II was built in 1945, the only example of this type.


23) Panzer 58 Tank Swiss


Number of Photos:
6
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Unique ID: 805
Serial Number:
Registration: “M0895” painted on nose and rear left mud flap (previously rear right mud flap).
Name:
Other Identification: “DLP1” painted on plate on front right mud flap (previously just “DLP”).

This was the second prototype of the Pz 58 built; it is armed with a British 20pdr gun. The Pz 58 was the first tank to be made in Switzerland, and the first examples were completed in 1958. The Pz 58 did not enter production.


24) Panzer 61 Tank Swiss


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2
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Unique ID: 806
Serial Number:
Registration: “M.77633” painted on nose.
Name:
Other Identification:

An upgunned version of the Panzer 58 was accepted for production, the Pz 61, armed with the British 105mm gun.


25) Entpannungspanzer 65 Armoured Recovery Vehicle Swiss


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3
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Unique ID: 810
Serial Number:
Registration: “M0870” painted on rear left mud flap.
Name:
Other Identification:

This is an early prototype, based on the Panzer 61 hull (source: M. Foti).


26) Panzer 68/88 Tank Swiss


Number of Photos:
4
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Unique ID: 811
Serial Number:
Registration: “M.78025” painted on lower nose.
Name:
Other Identification: “223” painted on turret sides and rear. “DLL2” painted on upper nose. Painted overall in three colour camouflage scheme.


27) Fliegerabwehrpanzer 68 Self-Propelled Anti-Aircraft Gun Swiss


Number of Photos:
3
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Unique ID: 812
Serial Number:
Registration: “M.0888” painted on lower nose.
Name:
Other Identification:

This was an attempt to mount the turret from the Gepard on a Panzer 68; after testing in 1979-80 the Swiss army chose to order the Rapier missile instead (source: M. Foti).


28) Panzerwagen 39 Light Tank Czech


Number of Photos:
12
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Unique ID: 813
Serial Number:
Registration: “M7562” (previously “M7553”) painted on nose and rear plate.
Name:
Other Identification: “CH” painted on turret sides and nose, and rhinoceros emblem painted on turret sides (not seen in 1984). Painted overall in a green, brown and cream camouflage scheme.

In 1937 Switzerland ordered twenty-four tanks of the LTH type from Czechoslovakia, specifying for them Sauer Aarbon diesel engines and 24mm Oerlikon guns. They were designated Pz 39.


29) Nahkampfkanone I Tank Destroyer Czech / Swiss


Number of Photos:
7
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Unique ID: 807
Serial Number:
Registration: M7236” painted on nose and previously on rear hull plate.
Name:
Other Identification: Painted overall in three colour camouflage scheme.

The NK I was built on the chassis of a Panzerwagen 39 Light Tank in 1944. Only this one was built.

Sammlung Historische Panzer

The Sammlung Historische Panzer (Historic Tank Collection), SHP, is visible only upon request. Although not considered part of the main Armeemuseum collection the best way to see it is by contacting the Armeemuseum. The majority of the SHP vehicles are in running order. (Source: M. Foti, with special thanks to Tobias and Martin Haudenschild).

Location ID:
17110
Latitude, Longitude:46.758362, 7.618261
Location Accuracy:7



30) Panzerjäger G13 Tank Destroyer German / Czech / Swiss


Number of Photos:
9
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Unique ID: 1207
Serial Number:
Registration: “M78039” painted on glacis plate.
Name:
Other Identification:

This G13 is in running order.


31) Panzer 87 Tank German


Number of Photos:
3
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Unique ID: 1208
Serial Number:
Registration: “M.77101” painted on nose.
Name:
Other Identification: White square painted on front right mud flap. Painted overall in a green, brown and black camouflage scheme.

This Leopard 2 is in running order.


32) Vickers-Carden-Loyd Model 1934 Light Tank British


Number of Photos:
15
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Unique ID: 814
Serial Number: “824” stamped into data plate.
Registration: “M7304” (previously “M7302”) painted on nose and rear hull.
Name:
Other Identification:

Six examples of the Vickers 34 were bought by Switzerland in 1935. Nowadays two of them still survive, both in the SHP collection. This tank was stored in the outdoor Panzermuseum for a long time until the summer of 2009. It is currently undergoing restoration in the Swiss Army's workshops in Thun and is planned to be returned to running condition using parts from both tanks. A large number of used cartridges were found inside. (Source: M. Foti).
As part of the restoration it has been partially dismantled, with its turret, idlers and tracks removed and the covers removed from the engine and transmission compartments. Its data plate states it was built at the Vickers-Armstrongs Elswick Works in August 1934.


33) Vickers-Carden-Loyd Model 1934 Light Tank British


Number of Photos:
8
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Unique ID: 1202
Serial Number: “825” stamped into data plate.
Registration: “M7305” painted on nose.
Name:
Other Identification:

This Model 1934 currently has its engine removed (source: M. Foti). Its data plate states it was built at the Vickers-Armstrongs Elswick Works in August 1934.


34) Panzer 57 Tank British / Swiss


Number of Photos:
6
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Unique ID: 824
Serial Number:
Registration: “M.78550” painted on nose.
Name:
Other Identification:

This appears to be a Swiss Centurion Mark 9. It is in running order and took part in the Steel Parade at Thun in 2005 and 2006.


35) Renault FT Light Tank French


Number of Photos:
15
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Unique ID: 817
Serial Number:
Registration: None (previously “M0812” painted on nose).
Name:
Other Identification: Overall painted black (previously painted overall with a two colour camouflage scheme with “2104” painted on hull sides and “73610” painted on suspension frames).

Switzerland bought two FTs for trials in 1922 and acquired three more in 1939, but it is not known when this one was acquired. It used to be on display in the main display area, missing its gun. However it was fully restored during 2006-2009 and was back in running order on 29 May 2009. For the restoration, original parts were extensively used, but the transmission, radiator and some other small parts were replaced with newly-built parts. It is fitted with metal plate (rather than wood) inserts in the idler wheels. (Source: M. Foti, P.-O. Buan).


36) Panzer 51 Light Tank French / Swiss


Number of Photos:
6
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Unique ID: 826
Serial Number:
Registration: “M.78201” painted on nose.
Name:
Other Identification:

This AMX-13 is in running order and took part in the Steel Parade at Thun in 2005 and 2006.


37) Panzer 61 Tank Swiss


Number of Photos:
6
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Unique ID: 827
Serial Number:
Registration: “M.77515” painted on lower nose.
Name:
Other Identification: White square painted on upper nose.

This Panzer 61 is in running order and took part in the 2006 Steel Parade at Thun.


38) Panzer 68 Tank Swiss


Number of Photos:
4
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Unique ID: 1209
Serial Number:
Registration: “M.77700” painted on lower nose and left rear mud flap.
Name:
Other Identification: White square painted on upper nose. Painted overall in a green, brown and black camouflage scheme.

This Panzer 68 is in running order. It took part in the Steel Parade at Thun in 2005.


39) Panzer 68/88 Tank Swiss


Number of Photos:
3
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Unique ID: 1210
Serial Number:
Registration: “M.77998” painted on lower nose.
Name:
Other Identification: White square painted on upper nose. Painted overall in a green, brown and black camouflage scheme.

This Panzer 68/88 is in running order.


40) Panzerwagen 39 Light Tank Czech


Number of Photos:
11
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Unique ID: 825
Serial Number: “23” is the chassis number implied by the registration, a vehicle allocated to 7 Platoon.
Registration: “M7573” painted on nose.
Name:
Other Identification: Painted overall in a green, brown and cream camouflage scheme.

This Panzerwagen 39 is one of the twelve built in Switzerland with a Saurer diesel engine (source: M. Foti). It is in running order and took part in the 2006 Steel Parade at Thun.

In Storage



Location ID:
17115
Latitude, Longitude:0, 0
Location Accuracy:0



41) Panzer 61 Tank Swiss


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Unique ID: 1242
Serial Number:
Registration: “M77599” painted on lower nose.
Name:
Other Identification: “DMG22” painted on white square on upper nose.

This Panzer 61 is in running order (source: M. Foti).


42) Panzer 68 Tank Swiss


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Unique ID: 1240
Serial Number:
Registration: “M77956” (source: M. Foti).
Name:
Other Identification:


43) Panzer 68/88 Tank Swiss


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Unique ID: 1241
Serial Number:
Registration: “M78066” (source: M. Foti).
Name:
Other Identification:

Sports Field



Location ID:
17120
Latitude, Longitude:46.75837356, 7.60956109
Location Accuracy:7



44) Panzerwagen 39 Light Tank Czech


Number of Photos:
6
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Unique ID: 1211
Serial Number:
Registration: “M78587” painted on nose and hull rear (this is not a standard Pz39 registration and is probably fake).
Name:
Other Identification: “Pz Trp Schulen 22/222” painted on turret sides.

This Pz 39 is displayed to the east of General-Wille-Strasse; it is mounted on concrete ramps beside the main base sports field.

Burgerstrasse



Location ID:
17122
Latitude, Longitude:46.75419488, 7.60818712
Location Accuracy:7



45) Panzer 57 (Diesel) Tank British / Swiss


Number of Photos:
6
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Unique ID: 1212
Serial Number:
Registration: “M.0906” painted on nose.
Name:
Other Identification: “DLP2” painted on plate on nose. “Pz 55/57” painted on tarpaulin over rear turret stowage basket.

This Centurion is a prototype with diesel engine that was at some point evaluated by the Swiss army, but never entered service; its registration beginning with a zero indicates an experimental vehicle (source: M. Foti). The particular air cleaner units fitted appear to indicate that the engine is a Continental AVDS-1790 series engine (source: J. Daneri).
Between 1973 and 1977 two Centurion tanks were modified in Switzerland with Detroit 12V71T power packs but due to various technical deficiencies the programme was not pursued further. In January 1982 the deputy director of the Federal Office for Defence Procurement visited the Israeli IMI weapons factory in Tel Aviv. The Israelis had achieved great success with modernised Centurions in the Yom Kippur War. As a result of the visit, in March 1983 two Israeli Centurion tanks arrived in Switzerland for troop testing and assessment at K + W Thun. The modernisations included a Teledyne Continental AVDS 1790-2AC engine, and improved gunnery and stabilisation systems. The plans to upgrade Swiss Centurions were, however, cancelled and Leopard II tanks were purchased instead. This Centurion is believed to have been one of these Israeli prototypes. The original source of the tank is unknown but it carries distinctive Swiss 8.05cm 1951 smoke dischargers; it is therefore presumed that it was a Swiss vehicle supplied to Israel and then returned after being upgraded. It is missing its side skirts.

Ausbildungsanlage Zollhaus - South



Location ID:
17124
Latitude, Longitude:46.75960193, 7.5935027
Location Accuracy:7



46) Panzerjäger G13 Tank Destroyer German / Czech / Swiss


Number of Photos:
5
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Unique ID: 1213
Serial Number:
Registration: “M78007” originally (source: M. Haudenschild via M. Foti) but “M78809” currently painted on glacis.
Name:
Other Identification: “DRG” painted on plates on nose and hull rear.

This G13 is displayed under trees among the buildings to the east of Thunstrasse. It is mounted on concrete ramps and is partially covered by a tarpaulin.

Ausbildungsanlage Zollhaus - North

There is a collection of old tanks here used for recovery training.

Location ID:
17126
Latitude, Longitude:46.76038009, 7.59450383
Location Accuracy:7



47) Panzer 68 Tank Swiss


Number of Photos:
1
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Unique ID: 2318
Serial Number:
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification: Painted overall in a green, brown and black camouflage scheme.

This is a Panzer 68 used in tank recovery training. It is believed to be missing its power pack and to be ballasted to simulate the weight of a Leopard 2 tank. (Source: M. Foti).


48) Panzer 68 Tank Swiss


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Unique ID: 2319
Serial Number:
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification: Painted overall in a green, brown and black camouflage scheme.

This is a Panzer 68 used in tank recovery training. It is believed to be missing its power pack and to be ballasted to simulate the weight of a Leopard 2 tank. (Source: M. Foti).


49) Panzer 68 Tank Swiss


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1
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Unique ID: 2320
Serial Number:
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification: Painted overall in a green, brown and black camouflage scheme.

This is a Panzer 68 used in tank recovery training. It is believed to be missing its power pack and to be ballasted to simulate the weight of a Leopard 2 tank. (Source: M. Foti).


50) Panzer 68 Tank Swiss


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Unique ID: 2321
Serial Number:
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification: Painted overall in a green, brown and black camouflage scheme.

This is a Panzer 68 used in tank recovery training. It is believed to be missing its power pack and to be ballasted to simulate the weight of a Leopard 2 tank. (Source: M. Foti).