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Poklonnaya Gora Victory Park, Moscow, Russia

(Location: Main Vehicle Display)

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Unique ID: 2365
Added to Database: 7 August 2012
Last Edited: 27 August 2012
Type (ID): M4A2 Sherman (1320)
Model (ID): M4A2 (1320)
Location Category (ID): Poklonnaya Gora Victory Park (2160)
Location (ID): Main Vehicle Display (2162)
Serial Number:
Other Identification: “510” painted on right hull side. Projectile damage visible on left and forward right of turret, and forward right hull side (source: P.-O. Buan/AFVNDB).
Collection Reference:
Associated Tanks:

Location History:
(see map)

1: General Motors - Fisher Body Division, Grand Blanc, Genesee County, Michigan, USA (Primary manufacturer)
2: Snegiri Museum of Military History, Lenino, Moscow Oblast, Russia (Until mid 1990s)
3: Poklonnaya Gora Victory Park, Moscow, Moscow Oblast, Russia (Current location)

Text in original Preserved American Tanks publication:

[No entry]

Text in Preserved American Tanks Update:

[No entry]

Text in original Preserved Tanks In Russia publication:

The Soviet Army received 2,007 examples of the 75mm M4A2 from America during the war and they saw extensive use. They were well liked by their crews and at least one of the coveted ‘Hero of the Soviet Union’ decorations was won by an M4A2 commander. This one is in a poor condition with damaged suspension, left-hand track and gun barrel, and has had its engine compartment plated over. According to a report this Sherman has been recently removed; its current whereabouts are unknown.
It is fitted with steel cleat track.

Text in Preserved Tanks In Russia Update:

In the mid 1990s this Sherman was moved from the Snegiri Museum to Poklonnaya.

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Front right view
1: Front right view

Taken: 1992 (Estimated)
Contributor: J. Kinnear
Photo ID: 8444
Added: 7 August 2012
Filename: Scan-FR_...
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