Preserved Tanks .com
    World Register of Surviving Historic Armoured Vehicles

Current Query: Full entry for the tank(s)/location: by Type and Update, Location & Update with Spare Photos, NavPix & Videos

Query Buttons: Full entry for this tank. All tanks of this type. All tanks at this location.


UNIQUE ID 4: PANZERKAMPFWAGEN I TANK

(Model: Ausf A)

Panzermuseum, Munster, Germany

(Location: Panzermuseum)


Powered By Subgurim(http://googlemaps.subgurim.net).Google Maps ASP.NET
Powered By Subgurim(http://googlemaps.subgurim.net).Google Maps ASP.NET

MAP CONTROLS: Use slider or mousewheel to zoom, and hold down left mouse button to drag.
KEY: Location markers are coloured from Green meaning exact to Red meaning gone or unknown (details here)

Sample Photo from Tank with UniqueID 4


Unique ID: 4
Added to Database: April 2008
Last Edited: April 2008
Type (ID): Panzerkampfwagen I (30)
Model (ID): Ausf A (50)
Location Category (ID): Panzermuseum (100)
Location (ID): Panzermuseum (100)
Serial Number: 9035
Registration:
Name:
Other Identification:
Collection Reference:
Links:
References:
Associated Tanks:

Location History:
(see map)

1: Krupp-Gruson Werk AG, Magdeburg, Germany (Sole manufacturer 1934-1935)
2: Zossen, Germany (Used for training without turret 1935)
3: Bad Tölz, Germany (In service 1939-1945. Recovered from pond April 1984)
4: BWB Wehrtechnische Studiensammlung, Koblenz, Koblenz District, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany (Estimated 1984-1987)
5: St. Wendel, Germany (Undergoing restoration)
6: Panzermuseum, Munster, Soltau-Fallingbostel, Lower Saxony, Germany (Current location)


Text in original Preserved German Tanks publication:

This PzKpfw I Ausf A was dug out of the ground by workmen building a new stretch of road at Bad Tölz in Southern Bavaria in April 1984. It had the serial number 9035 and was supposed to have attempted to stop the American advance into the town at the end of the War, before being scuttled in a nearby lake. It was apparently in good condition but became damaged in the recovery, and there were fears that it would be scrapped.
It has, instead, since become part of the collection of the Munster Panzermuseum, having come via temporary storage in the Koblenz collection. It is now known that it was built in the Krupp Gruson-Werk at Magdeburg in December 1934. In 1935 it was used as a driving school vehicle (without turret) at Kraftfahrlehr-Kommando Zossen (later Panzer Regiment 5). At the start of the War it was part of the PzErsu. Ausb. Abteilung at Bad Tölz. It was restored by the German Army Workshop 860 at St Wendel during 1987 and 1988 with the assistance of Kurt Fischer, a panzer veteran, who restored its transmission and other parts in his farmyard. It arrived at Kampftruppenschule 2, Munster, in 1988 and now carries the turret number “112”. It is in running order and has taken part in public displays.

Text in Preserved German Tanks Update:

[No entry]

Images - Photographs and NavPix (click to expand or browse)

Date Unknown

The Panzer I tank at Munster, Germany
1: The Panzer I tank at Munster, Germany

Taken: Date Unknown
Contributor: T. Larkum
Photo ID: 17
Added: 23 May 2009
Filename: Scan_Pz1...
Views: 196
Select/Has Priority: 1/0