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UNIQUE ID 2237: STURMGESCHÜTZ IV ASSAULT GUN

Muzeum Broni Pancernej, Centrum Szkolenia Wojsk Lądowych, Poland

(Location: Vehicle Hall)


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Unique ID: 2237
Added to Database: 10 April 2012
Last Edited: 24 April 2012
Type (ID): Sturmgeschütz IV (104)
Model (ID): Sturmgeschütz IV (209)
Location Category (ID): Muzeum Broni Pancernej (16100)
Location (ID): Vehicle Hall (16100)
Serial Number:
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification: German crosses previously painted on superstructure sides. Painted overall in a sand, green and brown camouflage scheme.
Collection Reference:
Links: Photos – Recovery
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Video – Running
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Location History:
(see map)

1: Krupp-Gruson Werk AG, Magdeburg, Germany (Sole manufacturer December 1943-March 1945)
2: Grzegorzew, Poland (Until July 2008)
3: Muzeum Broni Pancernej, Centrum Szkolenia Wojsk Lądowych, Poznań, Wielkopolskie, Poland (Current location)
4: Panzer Farm, Chrcynno, Nowodworski, Mazowieckie, Poland (Old Timer Militaris May 2010)
5: Muzeum Broni Pancernej, Centrum Szkolenia Wojsk Lądowych, Poznań, Wielkopolskie, Poland (Current location)


Text in original Preserved German Tanks publication:

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Text in Preserved German Tanks Update:

New entry. This StuG IV was found beneath a river bridge near Grzegorzew. Its superstructure was recovered in 2006 and its hull in July 2008. It originally belonged to 2 PzJgAbt ‘Brandenburg’. It was restored during 2008 and 2009 and officially presented to the public on 19 September 2009. It is in running order. It took part in the Old Timer Militaris event in May 2010.

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May 2010

Front right view, photo by M. Borun
1: Front right view, photo by M. Borun

Taken: 22 May 2010
Contributor: Wikimedia
Photo ID: 7349
Added: 10 April 2012
Filename: 2_StuGIV...
Views: 139
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Front view, photo by M. Borun
2: Front view, photo by M. Borun

Taken: 22 May 2010
Contributor: Wikimedia
Photo ID: 7350
Added: 10 April 2012
Filename: 1_StuGIV...
Views: 108
Select/Has Priority: 22/0
    

 

Right view, photo by M. Borun
3: Right view, photo by M. Borun

Taken: 22 May 2010
Contributor: Wikimedia
Photo ID: 7351
Added: 10 April 2012
Filename: 3_StuGIV...
Views: 191
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May 2008

Front right view, photo by M. Borun
4: Front right view, photo by M. Borun

Taken: 27 May 2008
Contributor: Wikimedia
Photo ID: 7352
Added: 10 April 2012
Filename: FR_StuGI...
Views: 130
Select/Has Priority: 22/0