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MUSEÉ DES BLINDÉS, SAUMUR, ANJOU, MAINE-ET-LOIRE, FRANCE



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Location Category ID:
6200
Address: 1043 Route de Fontevraud, 49400 Saumur
Telephone: 02 41 83 69 95
Email: museedesblindes [at] wanadoo.fr (Replace [at] with @)
Opening Times: 1000-1700 Mon-Fri, 1100-1800 Sat-Sun-Holidays, January-April, October-December
1000-1800 May-June, September, School holidays
0930-1830 July-August
Official Website: Le Musée des Blindés
Other Links: 5 Star
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Latitude, Longitude: 47.24376975 , -0.07226944
Location Accuracy: 6
Tanks Previously Here: 1: Panzerkampfwagen IV Tank - Musée Août 1944, Falaise, Calvados, Basse-Normandie, France (Seen between 1982 and 1994 but gone by 1999)
2: Panzerkampfwagen IV Tank - Auto und Technik Museum, Sinsheim, Rhine Neckar-Kreis, Baden-Württemberg, Germany (Until early 1990s)
3: Hummel Self-Propelled Howitzer - BWB Wehrtechnische Studiensammlung, Koblenz, Koblenz District, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany (Until 1984/5)
4: Sturmpanzer IV Brummbär Assault Gun - Panzermuseum, Munster, Soltau-Fallingbostel, Lower Saxony, Germany (1940s - 1990s)
5: Panther Tank - 501-503 RCC, Mourmelon-le-Grand, North East France, France (Seen between 1982 and 2001)
6: Panther Tank - Royal Tank Museum, Aqaba, Aqaba Governorate, Jordan (Until 2010)
7: Panther Tank - Musée Août 1944, Falaise, Calvados, Basse-Normandie, France (Seen in 1982 and 1984 but gone by 1995)
8: Panther Tank - Auto und Technik Museum, Sinsheim, Rhine Neckar-Kreis, Baden-Württemberg, Germany (Until about 1980)
9: Jagdpanther Tank Destroyer - BWB Wehrtechnische Studiensammlung, Koblenz, Koblenz District, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany (Until 1984/85)
10: AMX-13/75 Light Tank - The Tank Museum - Public Areas, Bovington, Dorset, South West England, Britain (Until April 1969)
11: ARL-44 Heavy Tank - 501-503 RCC, Mourmelon-le-Grand, North East France, France (At least 1982-1992)


The French Armoured Corps and Cavalry School is located in the town of Saumur, which is about 46km south-east of Angers, on the south bank of the River Loire. In 1965 an Armoured Vehicle Documentation Centre (Centre de Documentation des Engins Blindés, C.D.E.B.) was created in the School, to be responsible for collecting, restoring and preserving prototype and production armoured vehicles. This was achieved largely through the work of one man, the late Colonel Aubry. The many armoured vehicles that have since been collected by the AVDC have for many years been on display as the Saumur Armour Museum; Colonel Aubry was its first director. Most of these vehicles were housed in three main buildings; the General Patton Hall, the General Estienne Hall and the Rommel Hall (the Rommel Hall was closed to the general public). These buildings were military hangars on loan from the Armoured Corps and Cavalry School, but provision had been made for the construction of special museum buildings in plans for the modernisation of the School. Some years ago, therefore, a new building was acquired on the outskirts of Saumur, just outside the School, and this was used to display about forty of the vehicles in the collection. It was opened on 30 May 1987 and featured a video room, a souvenir and book shop and various rooms exhibiting armaments, optics, transmissions, and dioramas. This building was named Bossut Hall and was the only one open to the public at the time. In 1993 the museum moved to a larger building, the General Estienne hall, at its current location.
The Saumur collection of vehicles is spread over various areas of the School, such as the maintenance hangars. These vehicles are generally awaiting restoration or maintenance, which are carried out by the School. Some of the vehicles in running order are kept in a covered French Army area at another location in Saumur. This area is not open to members of the public. As well as armoured vehicles the Armour Museum has many tank guns, mantlets, engines and turrets on display and in storage. Photography is not allowed inside any of the buildings.The Saumur Museum is very proud of its collection of operational vehicles which take part in frequent displays and commemorations. It has more such vehicles than any other museum in the world despite the fact that it is one of the youngest major armoured vehicle museums. The Museum puts a high priority on returning vehicles to running order and then maintaining them. It is also prepared to run these vehicles quite often in public displays, unlike other museums which are loath to risk such vehicles breaking down, with all the attendant repair work and spare part acquisition that entails.
The museum is able to restore and maintain its operational vehicles because of its farsighted policy of collecting and storing huge amounts of spare parts for its vehicles just in case they should one day be needed. The main store for the Museum’s spare parts and equipment is at Chanzy, near Mans, which has reached capacity. It holds 200 vehicles and about 1000 tonnes of spare parts. Many of the vehicles are tracked and include several examples of M4 Sherman 105mm Tanks and M24 Chaffee and AMX-13 Light Tanks (one of these M24s is experimental and has been fitted with a new gun and mantlet and other fittings).

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Location ID:
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50) M24 Chaffee Light Tank American


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Unique ID: 862
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Registration: “IC-94-114” (French) painted on lower glacis.
Name: “PARIS” painted on glacis.
Other Identification: “1” painted on turret sides.

This M24 is on display in the car park in front of the museum building.


51) M4 Sherman Dozer American


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Unique ID: 863
Serial Number: “A-BS No 380-1951” (French), indicating it was rebuilt in 1951.
Registration: “237-326”
Name:
Other Identification: It has been painted with a dragon face (as commonly employed on much later-production Shermans that fought in the Korean War).

This vehicle is missing its dozer blade but retains the fittings for one on the glacis and suspension. It is an early production M4 with late-type M34 gun mount, but with a cast transmission cover and appliqué armour on the hull front and sides. It has a welded (instead of cast) hull antenna mount and MG mount (source: Sherman Register). It was previously on display at the entrance to the Armour School.


52) M8 Howitzer Motor Carriage American


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Unique ID: 864
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Registration: “520-873” (French) painted on lower glacis.
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This M8 was previously on display at the entrance to the Armour School.


53) M10 Gun Motor Carriage American


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Unique ID: 865
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Registration: “620-069” (French) painted on nose.
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54) ELC Even (90mm) Light Tank French


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Unique ID: 866
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Registration: “000-885” painted on lower glacis.
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55) AMX-13/90 Light Tank French


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Unique ID: 867
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Registration: “628-0382” painted on nose.
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This AMX-13 is believed to have arrived at the Museum in February 1986.

Inside Museum Building

The French Armoured Corps and Cavalry School is located in the town of Saumur, which is about 46km south-east of Angers, on the south bank of the River Loire. In 1965 an Armoured Vehicle Documentation Centre (Centre de Documentation des Engins Blindés, C.D.E.B.) was created in the School, to be responsible for collecting, restoring and preserving prototype and production armoured vehicles. This was achieved largely through the work of one man, the late Colonel Aubry. The many armoured vehicles that have since been collected by the AVDC have for many years been on display as the Saumur Armour Museum; Colonel Aubry was its first director. Most of these vehicles were housed in three main buildings; the General Patton Hall, the General Estienne Hall and the Rommel Hall (the Rommel Hall was closed to the general public). These buildings were military hangars on loan from the Armoured Corps and Cavalry School, but provision had been made for the construction of special museum buildings in plans for the modernisation of the School. Some years ago, therefore, a new building was acquired on the outskirts of Saumur, just outside the School, and this is now used to display about forty of the vehicles in the collection. It was opened on 30 May 1987 and features a video room, a souvenir and book shop and various rooms exhibiting armaments, optics, transmissions, and dioramas. This building is named Bossut Hall and is now the only one open to the public, the others are closed to members of the public unless permission is granted to study a particular vehicle.

Location ID:
6204
Latitude, Longitude:47.24376975, -0.07226944
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57) Renault FT Light Tank French


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Unique ID: 868
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This FT-17 is fitted with a 37mm gun.


58) Renault FT Light Tank French


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Unique ID: 869
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Registration: “76359” painted on suspension frame on each side.
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This FT-17 is fitted with a machine-gun in a cast turret. It is in running order and regularly takes part in Carrousel displays.


59) AMR 33 Light Tank French


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Unique ID: 870
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This AMR is just a shell, missing all its internal fittings.


60) Renault R-35 Light Tank French


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Unique ID: 871
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Registration: “50533” painted on lower glacis.
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Other Identification: “45” painted on turret sides.

This R-35 was used by the Germans during the Second World War, when it was used with a flat roof fitted in place of its turret. An attempt has been made since to refit an original turret to it. It is in running order and has taken part in Carrousel displays.


60) Renault R-39 Light Tank French


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The R-39 was a version of the R-35 rearmed with a 37mm SA38 L/33 for the use of some platoon and company leaders.


61) SOMUA S-35 Tank French


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Unique ID: 873
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Registration: “M.50289” painted on nose.
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Other Identification: “10” and red heart symbols painted on turret sides.

This S-35 is fitted with a German cupola. It is in running order and has taken part in Carrousel displays. It has been kept running with the help of Creusot-Loire who made up a set of track shoes for it. It is displayed with its hatches open.


62) FCM-36 Light Tank French


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63) Hotchkiss H-39 Light Tank French


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Unique ID: 875
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Registration: “40743” painted on nose.
Name: “D’ARTAGNAN” painted on front left corner of superstructure.
Other Identification: “43” painted on turret sides.

This H-39 is fitted with a German cupola. It is in running order and has taken part in Carrousel displays.


64) Char B1-bis Heavy Tank French


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Unique ID: 876
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Name: “RHÔNE” painted on turret sides.
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This B1 shows some signs of battle damage, with gouges in its turret armour. It is in running order and has taken part in Carrousel displays.
It came from the Etablissement d’Etudes et de Fabrications d’Armement de Bourges (EFAB) (Bourges Armament Study and Manufacturing Establishment). When it was moved it was missing its howitzer armament, which had been replaced by a steel plate. In 1983, however, one was provided by EFAB. This howitzer had been on exhibition there and may well have originated in this tank.


64) Char B1-bis Heavy Tank French


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Unique ID: 877
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Name: “FLANDRES” painted on turret sides.
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65) AMX-13 T75 Light Tank French


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Unique ID: 878
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Registration: “114-0208”.
Name: “SEBASTOPOL” painted on turret.
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This AMX-13 is fitted with a 75mm gun and two SS-11 anti-tank missiles on each side of the main armament.


66) AMX-30 Tank French


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Unique ID: 879
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Registration: “6801-0001” (unconfirmed).
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This AMX-30 is on display with a snorkel breathing tube mounted on the turret roof.


67) Panzerspähwagen Luchs (Ausf L) Tank German


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68) Panzerkampfwagen III Tank German


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Unique ID: 104
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Other Identification: “125” painted on turret sides.


69) Sturmgeschütz III Assault Gun German


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70) Panzerkampfwagen IV Tank German


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71) Panzer IV/70 Zwischenlösung Tank Destroyer German


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73) Jagdpanther Tank Destroyer German


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74) Tiger Tank German


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Unique ID: 78
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75) Tiger II Tank German


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Unique ID: 216
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Other Identification: “233” and German crosses painted on turret sides.


76) Marder III Tank Destroyer German / Czech


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77) M24 Chaffee Light Tank American


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Unique ID: 880
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This M24 has its hull and turret sides, and the rear of its engine compartment, cut away to display its interior. It was provided by the E.R.G.M.E.B. (q.v.) at Gien which had done the work on it in July 1979.


78) M4 Sherman Tank American


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Unique ID: 881
Serial Number: “A-BS No 359-1950” (French) , indicating it was rebuilt in 1951.
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This is a very early M4, with late-type M34 gun mount and direct vision slots. It has been reworked with full appliqué armour. It is missing its engine, and is very unusual in having a riveted lower hull (source: Sherman Register).


79) M10 Gun Motor Carriage American


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Unique ID: 882
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This M10 is missing many of its internal parts and appears to have been hit on the left side of the hull by a shell that did not penetrate. It was previously on display beside the entrance road to the armour school.


80) M47 Patton Tank American


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Unique ID: 883
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Registration: “823-922” (French).
Name: “DANNEMARIE” painted on turret.
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This M47 is in running order and has taken part in displays.


81) M48A2 Tank American


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Unique ID: 884
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This M48A2 is in running order and has taken part in displays.


82) M31B1 Tank Recovery Vehicle American


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Unique ID: 885
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This M31 is missing its engine and boom and many other parts and now resembles an M3 medium tank.


83) A27L Centaur Tank British


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Unique ID: 886
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Other Identification: “24” painted on the hull. “3” painted on the turret.

This Centaur is a Mark IV, the close support model with a 95mm howitzer of which 80 were built.


84) A34 Comet Tank British


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Unique ID: 887
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Other Identification: “67” painted on the hull. “2” painted on the turret.

This Comet is a Type IB.


85) A22 Churchill Tank British


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Unique ID: 888
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This Mark VI has been fitted with extra armour plating on its mantlet and front machine gun. It has a shell hole in the hull MG mount.


86) A41 Centurion Tank British


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Unique ID: 889
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Registration: “52-81086” (Canadian) painted on hull sides.
Name: “TRUN 18 Août 1944” painted on side plates.
Other Identification: “13” painted on turret sides.

This Mark 5 was given to the Armour Museum by the Canadian Army. It was presented by General Michaud, the Canadian Military Attaché in Paris, during an official ceremony on 21 March 1983. In commemoration of the sacrifice of Canadian soldiers for the liberation of France it was named “Trun, 18 August 1944” by the Museum. On that date this small Normandie village saw very hard fighting between the 4th Canadian Armoured Division and the 7th German Army encircled in the Falaise pocket.
This tank served with the Canadian Army in Europe and Canada before retiring from service. It was transported from Canada courtesy of the ‘Deutcher Logisticer Bevollmächtigter in Frankreich’, the German logistic organisation based at Fontainebleau and concerned with the transit to France of German Army supplies. The Centurion was carried as far as the French military port of La Rochelle on board a boat loaded with Leopard 1s of the Bundeswehr returning from a Canadian training camp. It is unusual in retaining a Type A gun barrel, that is one without a fume extractor.


87) FV214 Conqueror Heavy Tank British


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Unique ID: 890
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This Conqueror is a Mark 1.


88) T-34 Tank Soviet


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89) T-34-85 Tank Soviet / Czech


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90) SU-100 Tank Destroyer Soviet


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Unique ID: 893
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Other Identification: Red star markings painted on superstructure sides.


91) T-54A Tank Soviet


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Unique ID: 894
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92) Carro Armato M15/42 Tank Italian


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Unique ID: 895
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Registration: “RE 5946”.
Name: “ARIETE” painted on nose.
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This M15/42 is named after the Second World War Italian 132nd Ariete Armoured Division, which later became the 135th Ariete Armoured Cavalry Division.


93) Semovente M40 da 75/18 Assault Gun Italian


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Unique ID: 896
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Registration: “RE 4441” painted on rear plate.
Name: “LITTORIO” painted on nose.
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This M40 is named after the Second World War Italian 133rd Littorio Armoured Division.


94) Stridsvagn 103 Tank Swedish


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Unique ID: 897
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Name: “CONSUL GENERAL NORDLING”.
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This S103 was given to the Museum in the presence of General Robert, the commander of the Armour School, during a ceremony on 15 July 1984. It was presented by Mr. Sven Berges, who has been responsible for the majority of Swedish armoured vehicle projects for nearly forty years. It has been named in gratitude to the man responsible for arranging the transfer. It is in running order.

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95) M3A3 Stuart Light Tank American


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96) M5A1 Stuart Light Tank American


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Unique ID: 899
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Registration: “211963” (French) painted on hull sides; previously “T17831” (British, unconfirmed).
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Other Identification: Cross of Lorraine painted on hull sides.

This Stuart was received from Bovington Tank Museum with a Saladin armoured car and Saracen APC in exchange for an M24 Chaffee Light Tank, a Panhard EBR 90 armoured car and an AMX-13 VTT APC. It was transported on the British Army LST El Agheila and arrived at Caen on 20 July 1987.


97) M24 Chaffee Light Tank American


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Unique ID: 900
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This M24 is in running order and has taken part in dynamic displays.


98) NM-116 Light Tank American / Norwegian


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Unique ID: 901
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This M24 has been used as a test bed for experimental guns and other systems, and is fitted with a new gun and sight. It is believed to be a prototype for the Norwegian NM-116 series.


99) M41 Walker Bulldog Light Tank American


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100) M4 Sherman Tank American


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Unique ID: 903
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This Sherman arrived at Saumur in 1986, its model is unknown. (Source: Saumur Magazine)


101) M4 Sherman Tank American


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Unique ID: 904
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This Sherman arrived at Saumur in 1986, its model is unknown. (Source: Saumur Magazine)


102) M4 Sherman Tank American


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Unique ID: 905
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This Sherman arrived at Saumur in 1992, its model is unknown. (Source: Saumur Magazine).


103) M4A1 Sherman Tank American


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Unique ID: 906
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This is an early production M4A1, with M34 gun mount and direct vision slots. It arrived in need of restoration in 1986.


104) M4A1 (76) Sherman Tank American


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Unique ID: 907
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Registration: “818063”.
Name: “MONTMIRAIL” (previously “TAILLY”) painted on hull sides.
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This M4A1 is in running order and regularly takes part in the Carrousel displays.


105) M4A1 (76) Sherman Tank American


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Unique ID: 908
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This M4A1 is fitted with a 76mm gun without muzzle brake.


106) M4A1 (76) Sherman Tank American


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Unique ID: 909
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This M4A1 is fitted with a 76mm gun with a muzzle brake.


107) M4A1 (76) Sherman Tank American


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Unique ID: 910
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Registration: “818173” (French) painted on nose.
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This M4A1 is fitted with a 76mm gun with a muzzle brake.


108) M4A1 (76) HVSS Sherman Tank American


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Unique ID: 911
Serial Number: “2553” cast into turret side.
Registration: “817-740” painted on nose.
Name:
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This M4A1 with a muzzle brake is in running order It regularly takes part in the Carrousel displays.


109) M4A1 (76) HVSS Sherman Tank American


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Unique ID: 912
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Name: “CONDE” painted on hull sides.
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This M4A1 has a 76mm gun with muzzle brake.


110) M4A1 FL10 Sherman Tank American / French


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Unique ID: 913
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This M4A1 has been fitted with a French FL-10 oscillating turret with 75mm gun. The conversion was carried out at the E.R.G.M.E.B. at Gien (q.v.). The resulting hybrid is of the type that was used by Egypt in the Second Arab-Israeli War.


111) Modified M4A2 Prototype American / Egyptian


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Unique ID: 914
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Name: “CORSE” painted on hull sides.
Other Identification: “125” painted on hull sides.

This reworked M4A2 was donated by the Bourges Technical Establishment (Etablissement Technique de Bourges, ETBS.). It belonged to the 2ème Division Blindée. It is hoped to return it to running order, in which case it would be the only tank of a French Armoured Division of the Second World War to be running again. It was used after the war as a test-bed for various modernisations, including the installation of a new mantlet and a 75mm CN 75-50 gun. This was part of the development of the M50 Super Sherman which was supplied to Israel and based on the M4A4 T.


112) M4A4 T Tank American


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Unique ID: 915
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Name: “DICK TURPIN” painted on hull sides.
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This M4A4 has an M34 gun mount and appliqué armour on the hull front and sides. It was previously displayed on an M9 45 ton Rogers drawbar tank transporter trailer. It has been refitted with a Continental engine to produce an M4A4T (Transformé).


113) M4A4 T Tank American


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Unique ID: 916
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Name: “BURIEUX” (source: Sherman Register).
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This M4A4T has an M34A1 gun mount and appliqué armour on the hull sides.


114) M4A1 Sherman Duplex Drive Amphibious Tank American / British


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Unique ID: 917
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This is a Mark IIAY, modified from an M4A1 (76)W. It is in poor condition and is missing its flotation screen, muzzle brake and both propellers.


115) M4 (105) Sherman Dozer American


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Unique ID: 918
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This is an M4 with a 47° glacis plate and fitted with an M1 dozer blade. It is fitted with rubber chevron track.


116) M4 (105) Sherman Dozer American


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Unique ID: 919
Serial Number:
Registration: “818-740” (French).
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This is an M4 with 47° glacis plate and fitted with an M1 dozer blade. It is fitted with steel chevron track.


117) M4 (105) Sherman Dozer American


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Unique ID: 920
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This is an M4 with a 47° glacis plate and fitted with an M1 dozer blade. It was acquired from the Army Engineer Museum at Avrillé (q.v.) (source: Sherman Register).


118) M7 Priest Howitzer Motor Carriage American


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Unique ID: 921
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This M7 was recovered from the sea bed off the Normandie beaches where it had lain since D-Day, 6 June 1944. It was recovered from a sunken LCT, along with two others, by M. Jacques Lemonchois. One of the others has gone into the Musée Des Épaves Sous-Marines Du Débarquement at Commes (q.v.), and the other has gone to the 68th Artillery Regiment at Valbonne. This one arrived at the Museum in November 1986. It is in a rusted and barnacled condition but is largely complete.


119) M8 Howitzer Motor Carriage American


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Unique ID: 922
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Name: “CHANZY”.
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120) M8 Howitzer Motor Carriage American


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Unique ID: 923
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121) M10 Gun Motor Carriage American


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Unique ID: 924
Serial Number:
Registration: “420-154” (French) painted on the nose.
Name: “C. E. DE NEUCHÉZE” (previously “SIROCO” after a tank destroyer of the 2ème Division Blindée, the Leclerc Division of the Second World War).
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This M10 is in running order and regularly takes part in the Carrousel displays.


122) M10 Gun Motor Carriage American


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Unique ID: 925
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This M10 is in a fairly poor condition and is missing some parts.


123) LVT(A)4 Amphibian American


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Unique ID: 926
Serial Number:
Registration: “228-1133” (French) painted on the front of the crew compartment.
Name:
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124) M31 Tank Recovery Vehicle American


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Unique ID: 927
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This M31 is missing its rear mounted boom and winch.


125) M32B1 Tank Recovery Vehicle American


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Unique ID: 928
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126) M74 Tank Recovery Vehicle American


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Unique ID: 935
Serial Number:
Registration: “628-0385” (French).
Name:
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127) M74 Tank Recovery Vehicle American


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Unique ID: 929
Serial Number:
Registration: “628-0386” (French, unconfirmed).
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128) M74 Tank Recovery Vehicle American


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Unique ID: 930
Serial Number:
Registration: “238-1354” (French).
Name:
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129) M35 Gun Tower American


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Unique ID: 931
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The M35 consists of an M10A1 Gun Motor Carriage converted for towing 155mm and 240mm artillery pieces by removal of the turret and fitting of an air compressor and cables.


130) M35 Gun Tower American


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Unique ID: 932
Serial Number:
Registration: “818-185” (French).
Name:
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131) M42 Duster Self-Propelled Anti-Aircraft Gun American


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Unique ID: 933
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This M42 is in running order and has taken part in dynamic displays.


132) M42 Duster Self-Propelled Anti-Aircraft Gun American


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Unique ID: 934
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133) Schneider Tank French


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Unique ID: 700
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This Schneider was shipped to the United States in 1919 for testing and evaluation. It was on display in the Ordnance Museum of Aberdeen Proving Ground with the Saint Chamond until they were both returned to France in 1987. They were transported from America to Le Havre on the container ship Atlantic Compass. This tank was restored to running order (source: Wheels & Tracks).


134) Saint Chamond Tank French


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Unique ID: 701
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This Saint Chamond shows some evidence of battle damage. It was returned to France from APG in America with the Schneider.


135) Hotchkiss H-35 Light Tank French


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Unique ID: 936
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This H-35 is missing its main armament, and large amounts of its superstructure and suspension.


136) ARL-44 Heavy Tank French


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Unique ID: 937
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This ARL-44 is in a poor condition.


137) ELC AMX Light Tank French


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Unique ID: 938
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This tank is in a poor condition and is missing its tracks and most of its suspension. It was a prototype of a post-war light tank, of which very few were built.


138) ELC Even (Twin 30mm) Light Tank French


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Unique ID: 939
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Registration: “224-0486”.
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139) ELC Even (Twin 30mm) Light Tank French


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Unique ID: 940
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Registration: “224-0488” painted on nose.
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140) ELC Even (Twin 30mm) Light Tank French


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Unique ID: 941
Serial Number:
Registration: “224-0489”.
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141) ELC Even (90mm) Light Tank French


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Unique ID: 942
Serial Number:
Registration: “224-0490” painted on nose.
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142) ELC Even (90mm) Light Tank French


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Unique ID: 943
Serial Number:
Registration: “W00886”.
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143) ELC Even (90mm) Light Tank French


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Unique ID: 944
Serial Number:
Registration: “224-0493”.
Name:
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This was the ninth ELC Even and it was built in June 1962.


144) ELC Even (Twin 30mm) Light Tank French


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Unique ID: 945
Serial Number:
Registration: “224-0494”.
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This was the tenth ELC Even and it was built in June 1962.


145) AMX-13/75 Light Tank French


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Unique ID: 946
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This AMX-13 is fitted with a 75mm gun. It is missing all its external fittings.


146) AMX-13/75 Light Tank French


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Unique ID: 947
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This AMX-13 is fitted with a 75mm gun.


147) AMX-13/90 Light Tank French


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Unique ID: 948
Serial Number:
Registration: “288-0019”.
Name: “LORRAINE”.
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This AMX-13 has been modernised by the fitting of a 90mm gun with a thermal sleeve.


148) AMX-13/75 Light Tank French


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Unique ID: 949
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This AMX-13 is armed with a 75mm gun.


149) AMX-13/90 Light Tank French


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Unique ID: 950
Serial Number:
Registration: “278-0669”.
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This AMX-13 has been modernised by the fitting of a 90mm gun with a thermal sleeve.


150) AMX-13/75 Light Tank French


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Unique ID: 951
Serial Number: “2”.
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This is the chassis of the second AMX-13, which was built in March 1952. It has been cut open to display the interior of the hull.


151) AMX-13 Bridgelayer French


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Unique ID: 952
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Registration: “2440386” painted on nose.
Name: “ÉBELÉ” painted on superstructure sides.
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This bridgelayer is in running order and has taken part in displays.


152) Char Batignolles Chatillon de 25t Tank French


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Unique ID: 953
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This was a prototype for an experimental battle tank weighing about 25 tonnes and fitted with an oscillating turret.


153) Char Batignolles Chatillon de 50t Heavy Tank French


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Unique ID: 954
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This is a prototype for a tank in the fifty ton class. It was never completed and has a heavy weight fitted in place of its turret for testing purposes. It is missing parts of its suspension.


154) AMX 105mm Mk 61 Self-Propelled Howitzer French


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Unique ID: 955
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Registration: “504-0004”.
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155) AMX 105mm Mk 61 Self-Propelled Howitzer French


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Unique ID: 956
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Registration: “B500-23”.
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156) AMX-30 Tank French


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Unique ID: 957
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Registration: “624-0071”.
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This AMX-30 has a Type B hull and a Type B2 turret.


157) AMX-30 Tank French


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Unique ID: 958
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Registration: “624-0072” painted on nose and rear hull.
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158) AMX-30 Bridgelayer French


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Unique ID: 959
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This bridgelayer arrived at Saumur in 1992.


159) AMX-32 Tank French


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Unique ID: 960
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This AMX-32, along with the two AMX-40 tanks, was a gift from the GIAT Industrie company in 1992.


160) AMX-40 Tank French


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161) AMX-40 Tank French


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Unique ID: 962
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162) AMX-50 Heavy Tank French


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Unique ID: 963
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This was the first of the prototypes of the AMX-50, an experimental heavy tank fitted with an oscillating turret. It is fitted with a 90mm gun, and has a number of shell holes in its turret. A 1000 hp engine for it was presented to the museum by the German Motoren und Turbinen Union (MTU) company in 1983/4.


163) Wespe Self-Propelled Howitzer German


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164) Sturmhaubitze 42 Assault Gun German


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Unique ID: 149
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Other Identification: “131” painted on superstructure sides. Overall painted white.


165) Hummel Self-Propelled Howitzer German


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Unique ID: 185
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168) Jagdpanzer IV Tank Destroyer German


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169) Jagdpanzer IV Tank Destroyer German


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170) Jagdpanzer IV Tank Destroyer German


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Unique ID: 197
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171) Flakpanzer IV Möbelwagen Self-Propelled Anti-Aircraft Gun German


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Unique ID: 207
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173) Panther Tank German


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174) Panther Tank German


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176) Panther Tank German


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Unique ID: 46
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177) Bergepanther Armoured Recovery Vehicle German


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Unique ID: 69
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178) Marder I Tank Destroyer German / French


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Unique ID: 278
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179) Hotchkiss Self-Propelled Gun German / French


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Unique ID: 280
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180) Marder III Tank Destroyer German / Czech


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181) Leopard 2 Tank German


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Unique ID: 335
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182) Flakpanzer 38(t) Self-Propelled Anti-Aircraft Gun German / Czech


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Unique ID: 240
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183) Jagdpanzer Kanone Tank Destroyer German


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Unique ID: 291
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184) Panzerjäger G13 Tank Destroyer German / Czech / Swiss


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185) T-34-85 Tank Soviet / Czech


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186) T-34-85 Tank Soviet


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187) KV-1 Tank Soviet


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188) T-54 Tank Soviet


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Unique ID: 967
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189) T-72 Tank Soviet


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