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Armed Forces Museum
Lenin greets all visitors from above.
Armed Forces Museum
Armed Forces Museum
A photograph of a photograph. A sled pulled by reindeer brings bombs to what appears to be a Petlyakov Pe-2 bomber.
Armed Forces Museum
Armed Forces Museum
The little sign on the door asks visitors not to touch the truck.
Armed Forces Museum
Armed Forces Museum
The museum has artifacts from the United States as well as Russia.
Armed Forces Museum
Armed Forces Museum
Mike Raftus examines artifacts from a downed German bomber.
Armed Forces Museum
Armed Forces Museum
As was Stalingrad, Coventry, England, also was very nearly totally destroyed by Nazi bombers during World War II.
Armed Forces Museum
Armed Forces Museum
German cypher machine, possibly from the "Enigma" family.
Armed Forces Museum
Armed Forces Museum
Banner, "for our Soviet motherland. The USSR"
Armed Forces Museum
Armed Forces Museum
Partisan (Underground) headquarters. The sign on the wall reminds them to "create unbearable conditions in the enemy's rear." The little white sign reminds visitors not to touch and points out there is a barrier warning system operating.
Armed Forces Museum
Armed Forces Museum
The partisan cabin from the end.
Armed Forces Museum
Armed Forces Museum
Large scale model of a Polikarpov Po-2 bi-plane used during the war by the Night Witches who harrassed the Nazis behind the lines.
Armed Forces Museum
Armed Forces Museum
Model of a Tupolev-designed Tu-2 bomber. This is the airplane design that got Tupolev out of prison because of its success.
Armed Forces Museum
Armed Forces Museum
This model of a Yakovlev designed fighter could use a new HF radio aerial.
Armed Forces Museum
Armed Forces Museum
Model of an Ilyushin-designed Il-28 light bomber, codenamed "Beagle" by the Air Standardization Coordinating Committee.
Armed Forces Museum
Armed Forces Museum
A model of a Mikoyan and Gurevich MiG-15 fighter, codenamed "Faggot," an early jet used in the Korean War.
Armed Forces Museum
Armed Forces Museum
A model of the Mikoyan and Gurevich-designed MiG-19 fighter codenamed "Farmer." Apparently if both guns were fired in-flight, one of the two engines would shut down, making for a very nervous pilot.
Armed Forces Museum
U-2
Wreckage from Lockheed U-2 aircraft piloted by Gary Francis Powers that was shot down over Russia on 1 May 1960.
U-2