On this years 8th May me and my parents went to an old german lazarett where some enthusiasts had a ww2 exhibition. The lazarett itself is well worth a look as huge parts of it is well preserved. It was used for German troops during the war and after the Liberation it was used for Soviet ex POWs. It is built up with several buildings and a large underground complex. The camp also houses the local Military History Vehicle Club and they had cleaned and polished all their vehicles for the public to study them. At 12.00 people gathered around a 105 mm German field gun and a three round salute was fired. A really kool experience. I took a bunch of pics for you all. Hope you like them.
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