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A GI soviet tank was driven in-shore of Danube
25.06.2009 17:42
A GI soviet tank was driven in-shore of Danube

An unusual accident happened in Austria after pelting rains, when Danube water rose up - a GI soviet tank was driven in-shore of Danube. Austrian military specialists disarmed about 50 projectiles, several grenades. Then the machine was transported to Viennese museum of military history. The tank has been at the river bottom fro 65 years. The museum officer Tobias Kappel stated that rains are not so bad they provide museums with valuable exhibits. He also mentioned that the most reliable tanks were made in USSA. Russian analysts say that it looks like SU-76 light self-propelled mount.


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