Once upon the time, there was a lonely T34/76A, who was running in the woods...

Not far from Lenningrad
I don't know you already come across this story, but if you have played some WWII Eastern front games, I'm sure will find it interesting.

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Comment by Daniel Red Cloud Brown on April 11, 2008 at 2:51pm
What an Excellent Account !! That is really interesting -a young boy remembers the location and activity from the War and grows up to get the tank out !! I would imagine that there are Quite a few more places and items like this all over in eastern Europe.
Comment by Andy Brown on April 11, 2008 at 9:03am
Cool! Maybe someone caught this on film... A couple of years ago there was a great show called "Tank Overhaul"

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