Sør-Afrikansk nasjonalmuseum for militær historie

Sør-Afrikansk nasjonalmuseum for militær historie

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Vadim
Murmansk, Russland24 607 bidrag
des. 2021
The Museum of Military History was the only museum I visited during a two-week trip to South Africa due to the fact that the museums were closed due to the pandemic. On the day of departure, the museums opened, and I visited this museum in the morning, being the only visitor for an hour. I have visited many military museums in Russia, Germany, France, Poland, and the USA. The Museum in Johannesburg has an interesting and unusual collection. This is due to the history of South Africa, which at first as a British dominion was obliged to participate in World War I, and then in World War II. From each war they brought not only their own equipment, but also captured German. There is a German Focke-Wulf-190 fighter-bomber, the most famous fighter of World War II Messerschmitt Bf 109 in the Emil version. The world's first mass-produced jet fighter Messerschmitt-262. This is the only surviving modification of a two-seat night fighter interceptor captured in Magdeburg and flown in South Africa until 1971. Naturally, British equipment, which was armed with the army of the South African Union, is widely represented. The winner of the Battle of Britain Spitfire and structurally not very successful Hurricane. They even managed to place a high-speed de Havilland Mosquito bomber under the roof. Armored vehicles are represented by American tanks M4 Sherman, M3 Stewart, who participated in the famous Battle of El Alaimen. South African trophies from Rommel's army in Egypt are represented by German artillery, including the famous Acht-acht 88 mm Flak 37 anti-aircraft gun, equally successful against both aircraft and tanks. But there are no Axis tanks in the museum, only the German Sd.Kfz. 251 armored personnel carrier and the Italian Carro Veloce CV-35 tankette. On the turn, British armored vehicles are represented most widely: Comet, Centurion, Crusader, Churchill, Valentine tanks. The museum also reflects the post-war history. South Africa's active participation in the Angolan Civil War from the territory of occupied Namibia was reflected in the museum's collection by a large number of captured Soviet equipment, including the T-54 and the most massive tank of World War II, the T-34, and 30 years later fought in the African jungle. South Africa, which initially imported weapons, began to produce armored vehicles itself to fight pro-Soviet Angola and Mozambique. The museum presents rare examples of South African armored vehicles Eland, Marmon-Herrington for museums of the world. By the way, the presence of its own developed military industry, which grew up on countering sanctions due to apartheid, can be seen in the museum both in the wide range of its South African weapons and equipment, and in the style of the museum. The exhibits are accompanied by detailed comments about the principles of operation of the equipment. This happens only in the countries that produce the equipment. A sure sign of having your own engineering school and science. In this case, the museum becomes an element of the regeneration of the personnel training system and tells not only about the army, but also about the military industry, the supply system, etc. In the process of visiting the museum, I met the director of the museum, a real pro and a very enthusiastic person. After all, remembering Plutarch and Bacon, a museum visitor (in the original, a student) is not a vessel that needs to be filled, but a torch that needs to be lit. And here they are burning...
Skrevet 15. november 2022
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Heather S
Nottingham, UK169 bidrag
mar. 2022
A great museum with a surprising amount to see - cannons, planes, submarines - all sorts of things. We spent 2 hours there, and could have spent longer (bypassed some of the photos, and smaller exhibits) but left because we were doing the zoo (next door) in the same afternoon. Would well recommend.
Skrevet 8. april 2022
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Lecorbeau
Rueil-Malmaison, Frankrike19 bidrag
jan. 2022
Découverte de tout l attirail militaires ,
de beaux engins très bien entretenus ,
notre guide était un passionné avec de nombreuses anecdotes
Skrevet 6. februar 2022
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Julia
2 bidrag
sep. 2021
The museum is well maintained, was nice and quiet, and full of things to look at. So a nice visit in that sense.

But, I really struggled to enjoy it because there was so little interpretation - just item after item designed to kill people. What little context was provided was almost exclusively Euro-centric. Photos and statues almost exclusively of old white men. There was a dark corner about the "Non European Military Corps" in WW2, but no substantive discussion of who these people were, or their experiences or suffering. And, unless I missed it, hardly anything about more recent wars in and around SA. The Anglo-Boer war was covered but exclusively from White perspectives, and the Angolan border war was briefly covered but only from an SANDF perspective. This museum is desperately crying to be brought into the 21st century, and a post-apartheid South Africa.
Skrevet 13. september 2021
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benjamin
Benjamin, TX20 bidrag
nov. 2020
Fantastic. Everything you visit there is a new exhibit. Some of the rarest and best preserved militeria are on display here. The Museum, is well laid out, exhibits are well described, the facilities are neat and clean. It spans from the 1800 to current. Its an experience seeing the weaponry you used on display in a museum.
Skrevet 3. februar 2021
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Barry B
Hoddesdon, UK1 334 bidrag
sep. 2019
A good museum with good exhibits.

Well laid out and a easy to enjoy both inside and out.

Well worth a visit
Skrevet 16. august 2020
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Chris P
Shanghai, Kina4 924 bidrag
feb. 2020 • Alene
So enjoyed my visit to this museum. I stopped off on my Red Bus Tour. Give yourself enough time, as it is crammed with historic items. I learnt a lot, as well as being emotionally stirred a number of times. I was disappointed that photographs were not allowed in 2 of the exhibition halls. There is a lot to see.
Skrevet 5. mai 2020
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Travel11
Johannesburg - Henley-on-Klip83 bidrag
sep. 2019 • Venner
Went here for a distillery fair and also got to see the museum content. Really enjoyed it and think it a worthwhile trip.
Skrevet 7. januar 2020
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Philip J
Barnard Castle, UK115 bidrag
des. 2019
Visit with son and grandson (6 years old) - who are regular visitors. Very well set-out and items in kept in very good condition. Staff great and helpful. Toilets were excellent - a must of the very young and the elderly
Recommended are the tanks and land vehicles which are displayed outside but mainly undercover.
Bring your camera - however, and quite right, no photographs allowed in the main halls, but suggest that for serious photographers that a paid pass to allow the right to take photos could be considered. Lots of UK museums and places of interest do this - maybe ban tripods?
Could have been an all-day visit but became very hungry and no on-site refreshment facilities (vending machines??)
Skrevet 21. desember 2019
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nachosebas
Valencia, Spania394 bidrag
des. 2019 • Alene
Boquiabierto me he quedado. No será el más grande, pero tiene una colección brillante de carros blindados, armas y sobre todo aviones de la II Guerra Mundial. El museo es muy coqueto y el más limpio y cuidado que he visto. El mantenimiento es digno de mención. La colección es muy amplia pero lo que me ha dejado alucinando a mi personal es que se puede subir y ver la cabina de un Douglas DC47 Dakota, el avión de transporte más famoso. Tienen un Messerschmitt B109 capturado en Libia y otro que aterrizó de emergencia durante la Batalla de Inglaterra. Un Focke-Wulf Fw 190 y sobre todo un Messerschmitt Me 262 que es el “único” que queda completo en el mundo, de 15 que se reconvirtieron en cazas nocturnos y que estuvo en activo hasta la caída de Berlín y capturado posteriormente. Para mi, amante de los aviones, se me ha caído la baba!!! Joyas históricas!!! Si te va el tema, visítalo sin duda!!!!!!!
Skrevet 12. desember 2019
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