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Museum of Allied Forces – The very first walkie talkie

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This building was constructed during the 1930s and it hosts today the Museum of Allied Forces, which owes its name due to the fact that it was used by the Allies during the last months of the Second World War. Here, you can find an original scale model of the Douglas C-47 Skytrain, the most employed airplane by the Allies during the war, and the very first portable walkie talkie by Motorola. In addition, you can see the Dinghy, a lifeboat used by the English pilots of the Royal Air Force and a Jeep Willy's MB of the 1943, still functioning, which was disembarked in Sicily and from there it went all the way to Trento, in Northern Italy.

Museum of Allied Forces – The very first walkie talkie

Via Tolmino, 8, 00198 Roma RM, Italy

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