An "The Legend of the Iron Knight" interactive exhibition was opened on Friday at the Riga Motor Museum, which has the opportunity to see the Latvian Army vehicle – the "Imanta" car.
The "Legend of the Iron Knight" exhibition is the only original pieces found recently by the "Imanta" Latvian Weapon Weapons, which are shown by American 3LCD technology and a specially designed 3D design and a 3D holographic tape, allows you to regenerate and see the armed model in just four different stages.
Arfament "Imanta", known as "Iron Knights", has experienced four lives – two peace and two periods of war, including a witness to the independence struggles of Latvia. During the exhibition, its visitors can survive the historic adventures of "Imanta" armed personnel carriers – take part in battles, rebuilding, changing owners, changing functions and other events for more than 20 years with the help of modern modern technologies.
Arfament "Imanta" is a British armed weapon "Sheffield-Simplex". He came to the territory of Latvia in 1919 in the Soviet Army Bolshevik constitution, and the Latvia Army won armored vehicles as a battlefield, removing them from the Bolshevik.
In the autumn of 1919, Sheffield-Simplex described the armed vehicle as "Imanta" and this armor was part of the battles against Bermondays in the Latvian Army. After the independence wars, Arfata and the Latvian Army "Imanta" were held on the agenda and took part in military movements and platforms in the 20th and 30th centuries. During the Second World War, in 1941, the "Imanta" weapon was captured by the German forces and shot. So far, some parts of vehicles have been saved and saved.
An interactive exhibition "The Legend of the Iron Knight" will allow the observer to prove returning. Everyone will have the opportunity not only to see the vision of one car at different times, but also to enjoy the feeling of presence in the early 20th century. story about a series of wars, peace periods and power change, "said the idea of the exhibition and major maker Agris Schmitz.
The car parts of the "Imanta" armed personnel were erected in 2017 during a tour organized by Riga Motor Museum to some home in Liepna. Unfortunately, the housewife's father, Daumanta Bejon, the Latvian army's legally armed vehicles has burned himself, looking at himself with his own eyes. Currently, Imanta is the only one of the six armored vehicles of the Latvian Army, whose traces have been discovered. The rest, as far as the experts of Riga Motor Museum are known, were completely destroyed in battles.
"More than 30 more information came to find out and only some of the historic photos are the only evidence of history that gives an idea of what the weapons were. Unfortunately, historical archives so far have not been able to find the exact Imanta vehicle imagery, but today's technology can create a miracle, informing us exactly the shape, structure and technical parameters of the model Imagine, and let them be the eye-witnesses of historical events, "said Shmits.
Defense Minister Raimonds Bergmanis (ZZS) also took the opening of the exhibition.