As many as 2,500 military items and garments which originate from around the globe have gone on display at a private history museum located in Vung Tau City, with the collection being owned by 75-year-old Robert Taylor from the UK.
|The museum was originally founded by Taylor back in 2012, although it did close for a long period of time due to personal reasons, operations did resume in 2016 on Tran Hung Dao Street in Vung Tau City.|
|The site spans a total area of 1,500 square metres, with 2,500 items on show, including weapons and war uniforms sourced from across the world.|
|On show in the war uniform section are artifacts from several Chinese dynasties.|
|The war uniforms of Japanese and Mongolian military forces during the 1192 to 1867 period.|
|The typical uniform of Roman soldiers.|
|A view of the classic red coat uniform worn by the British military throughout the 19th century.|
|Wealthy soldiers during the medieval period in Europe wore armoured suits.|
|Here are some of the unique items on show throughout the museum.|
|Uniforms worn by the Vietnamese People's Army can also be seen on display.|
The Vietnam Military History Museum Hanoi, also known as the Army Museum, is home to an extensive collection of weaponry that was used throughout Vietnam’s war-filled history.