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Army Museum - Prague - Žižkov - Czech Republic
The Army Museum in Prague (
Žižkov district) has a large collection of military equipment which has been used by the Czech armed force. A section of the museum is dedicated to World war II and the Czech resistance movement during World War II. The 1942 assassination of the German Deputy Reich-Protector SS-Obergruppenführer Reinhard Heydrich plays a major part in the Czech World War II history.     
 
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Some of the uniforms and other military equipment displayed at the Army museum in Prague.

Some of the uniforms and other military equipment displayed at the Army museum in Prague.
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A vintage canon displayed at the Army museum in Prague.

A vintage canon displayed at the Army museum in Prague.
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A German World War II soldier displayed at the Army museum in Prague.

A German World War II soldier displayed at the Army museum in Prague.
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Vintage machine guns displayed at the Army Museum in Pague.

Vintage machine guns displayed at the Army Museum in Pague.
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A concentration camp "uniform" displayed at the Army Museum in Pague.

A concentration camp "uniform" displayed at the Army Museum in Pague.
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A canon and some of uniforms displayed at the Army Museum in Pague.

A canon and some of uniforms displayed at the Army Museum in Pague.
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