War protests, activists display tank wreck outside Russian Embassy. Photo/Fox News
BERLIN – A corpse Russian tanks which was destroyed in the war at Ukraine displayed by activists outside the Russian Embassy (Embassy) in Berlin, German . The activists did this as a form of protest against Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
“Damaged tanks signify downfall. Ukraine will become Putin’s Stalingrad,” said Wieland Giebel, curator of the Berlin Story Bunker museum, referring to Germany’s defeat in a major battle in the Second World War. ).
The parked wreck is a T-72 B1 turret type. According to Geibel and his colleague Enno Lenze, the tank was destroyed by an anti-tank mine near Kiev on March 31, 2022.
The tank was transferred to Germany with the help of the Ukrainian Ministry of Defense and the Ukrainian National Museum of Military History.
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The armored vehicle has been stationed at the Schadowstrasse junction and the German capital’s main tourist mile, Unter den Linden, where it will remain until Monday.
Lenze and Giebel actually wanted to do this last year. However, the Mitte district office in Berlin rejected Lenze and Giebel’s request for fear of the safety of road users.
The two then took legal action and the Berlin Administrative Court granted them permission to proceed.
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The tank will then tour Europe and possibly end up in a German tank museum.
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