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UNIQUE ID 404: SU-76M SELF-PROPELLED GUN

Muzeum Wojska Polskiego, Powiśle, Poland

(Location: Display Park)


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Unique ID: 404
Added to Database: July 2008
Last Edited: 20 April 2012
Type (ID): SU-76 (2105)
Model (ID): SU-76M (2107)
Location Category (ID): Muzeum Wojska Polskiego (16010)
Location (ID): Display Park (16012)
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Registration:
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Other Identification: “203” and Polish People’s Army (PPA) markings previously painted on superstructure sides.
Collection Reference: MWP 32572.
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Location History:
(see map)

1: Gorkovsky Avtomobilny Zavod (GAZ), Nizhniy Novgorod, Nizhniy Novgorod Oblast, Nizhniy Novgorod Region, Russia (Primary manufacturer)
2: Placu Wdziecznosci, Lubrza, Świebodziński, Lubuskie, Poland (Dates unknown)
3: Muzeum Wojska Polskiego, Powiśle, Warsaw, Mazowieckie, Poland (Current location)


Text in original Preserved Soviet Tanks publication:

This is an early model SU-15M (SU-76M).

Text in Preserved Soviet Tanks Update:

[No entry]

Text in original Preserved Tanks In Poland publication:

An SU-76 previously on display on the plinth in the market square at Lubrza was donated to the MWP; it is presumed to be this one. Its label reads: “Beginning in 1944 the SU-76M self-propelled guns were introduced to the troops of General Berling’s Polish Army that fought on the Eastern Front. The vehicles were used by the anti-tank artillery battalions that were assigned to eight infantry divisions and by the 27th Sudecki Self-Propelled Artillery Regiment of the 1st Armored Corps. After WWII the SU-75M vehicles remained in service being used until mid-1950s by support troops of the infantry.”


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August 2007

Front right view
1: Front right view

Taken: 10 August 2007
Contributor: R. Gucwa
Photo ID: 341
Added: 19 July 2008
Filename: PICT5541...
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Exhibit label
2: Exhibit label

Taken: 10 August 2007
Contributor: R. Gucwa
Photo ID: 340
Added: 19 July 2008
Filename: PICT5539...
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Select/Has Priority: 21/0