Greetings! Today I am happy to share with you few photos from the military museum at the Victory Park in Moscow.
This museum is a part of many exhibitions dedicated to the Soviet Union contributions to the WW II and final victory over Germany. In the past, I posted other blogs from this museum devoted to military locomotives and armored trains.
During the World War II, the Soviet Air Force used the variety of planes. They were domestically designed and produced by engineering design power – houses such as Mikoyan-Gurevich or Sukhoi.
Furthermore, the Soviet Air Force used aircraft provided by the United States under Lend-Lease program. The planes such as Bell P-63 Kingcobra provided much-needed help to overcome the Nazi assault.
The Soviet Union also produced some of the American aircraft under license. The good example was the Lisunov Li-2 or better known under its original name C-47 Gooney Bird.
The museum also has some of the German aircraft in the collection, such as slick Messerschmitt Bf 109.
Please enjoy the rest of the photos and look at the full-size photos at WWII Planes on the Victory Park.
Some other posts from Moscow:Visit to Red Square and Kremlin, World War II tanks at the Victory Park, Soviet Military Aircraft in the Victory Park, steam locomotive, flying out of Domodedovo Airport, metro in Moscow part 1 – the station escalators, metro in Moscow part 2 – the trains, metro in Moscow part 3 – the stations, Christmas shopping.