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The Museum of Military History in Vienna gives a total overview of the Austrian military history from the Thirty Years War, the Napoleonic Wars, World war I & II until today. The museum has a special section that covers the the brutal assassination of Crown Prince Ferdinand in Sarajevo in 1914 which sparked the beginning of World War I. At the museum there is also a huge collection of both tanks and artillery.  
   
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Some of the many vintage weapons displayed at the Museum of Military History in Vienna.

Some of the many vintage weapons displayed at the Museum of Military History in Vienna.
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Some of the many vintage artillery guns displayed outside the Museum of Military History in Vienna.

Some of the many vintage artillery guns displayed outside the Museum of Military History in Vienna.
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Some of the Russian World War II  weapons and uniforms displayed at the Museum of Military History in Vienna.

Some of the Russian World War II  weapons and uniforms displayed at the Museum of Military History in Vienna.
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A vintage mortar displayed at the Museum of Military History in Vienna.

A vintage mortar displayed at the Museum of Military History in Vienna.
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A French built "Cold war" AMX 13 light tank displayed at the Museum of Military History in Vienna.

A French built "Cold war" AMX 13 light tank displayed at the Museum of Military History in Vienna.
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Some scale models of World War I aircraft displayed at the Museum of Military History in Vienna.

Some scale models of World War I aircraft displayed at the Museum of Military History in Vienna.
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