Most of the photos are self-explanatory. My camera isn't that great, so I'm not including most of the blurry photos that I took inside the museum!
This first photo isn't from the museum, but from an ordinary building on an ordinary street. Memorials like this are to be found everywhere in Moscow.
Entrance to the Central Armed Forces Museum
T-34 as a gate guard!
Grenadier from the time of Peter the Great
I tried to take photos of the propaganda posters, but they mostly turned out like this! (these are German posters from the time of the revolution). I'm disappointed, I really liked the propaganda!
WWII poster! The enemy will not pass!
The museum's patron! 2019 is the centennial of when Lenin originally directed the construction of this museum.
Recreation of the 1945 Victory Parade with flats, featuring Zhukov on his white horse.
Vehicle park outside the museum
BA-64 armoured car. I was struck by how tiny it is (I should have found someone to stand beside it for scale, as well as for pretty much every other vehicle in these photos!)
Battle damaged German tank
Panzer IV F
T-34 in the trees
Recreation of a bunker
And of trench works
This tank isn't just hull down, it has no tracks or running gear!
Big railway gun
And the KV-1 again!