Two new exhibitions dedicated to the 80th anniversary of the end of World War II battles in Estonia have been opened at the Estonian War Museum: the new permanent exhibition "World War II and Estonia" and a temporary exhibition of the weapons used in the defensive battles of 1944.
A new temporary exhibition has been opened in the Estonian War Museum, where private collectors Aku Sorainen, Kristjan Bachman and Leo Tammiksaar have displayed almost all the handguns, machine guns and anti-tank weapons used in the battles on Estonian soil in 1944 as well as large amount of pioneer equipment, trench art, rare flags and more.
Armored train No. 7 "Wabadus" (Freedom), which was built on the model of the armored trains in the Estonian War of Independence, is now open as a permanent exhibition at the Estonian War Museum in Viimsi Manor.
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