A small china doll has become an unlikely hit in the Tank Museum’s new WW2 exhibition – because of her astonishing story of survival.
A Union Flag flown during the eight-month siege of Tobruk in World War Two and a huge, German swastika flag captured during the relief operation are to be exhibited for the first time at The Tank Museum.
Surviving Germans who fought in legendary Tiger Tanks have spoken ahead of an exhibition that for the first time in history brings all members of the Tiger family together. The Tank Museum, Bovington, in Dorset has spoken to those Germans whose tanks inspired such fear in British soldiers during World War Two. The men revealed how they felt superior to … Read More