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UNIQUE ID 1542: CARRO ARMATO M15/42 TANK

Museo Storico della Motorizzazione Militare, Cecchignola, Italy

(Location: Storage)


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Unique ID:

1542
Added to Database:
5 February 2011
Last Edited:
5 February 2011
Type (ID):
Model (ID):
Carro Armato M13/40 (5300)
Carro Armato M15/42 (5330)
Location Category (ID):
Location (ID):
Museo Storico della Motorizzazione Militare (5600)
Storage (5609)
Serial Number:
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification: “EU” daubed on turret. “MEO” daubed on hull rear. Painted overall in green and sand.
Collection Reference:
Links: MILES Forum
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Location History:
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1: Fiat Ansaldo Company, Genova, Province of Genova, Liguria, Italy (Manufacturer)
2: Defence Line, Tagliamento River, Pordenone, Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Italy (Recovery 2009)
3: Caserma Fratelli De Carli, Cordenons, Pordenone, Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Italy (Probable staging point 2009)
4: Museo Storico della Motorizzazione Militare, Cecchignola, Roma, Lazio, Italy (Current location)


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This M15 was part of the post-World War 2 defence line along the Tagliamento River (source: M. Foti). The main gun was replaced by a machinegun and the internal parts were stripped away (source: C. Vermeulen). It was recovered by the Italian Army in the summer of 2009, probably by soldiers of the 132° Reggimento Carri at Cordenons, and sent to Rome for restoration (source: MILES Forum). It was in very poor condition when recovered and is assumed to have gone to Cecchignola for the restoration work to be done but that has not been confirmed.


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