This is a very good museum, but you do need to get an audio guide in English (unless you speak German). It would be difficult to know what you are looking at, without one.
The pride of the collection is the magnificent car in which Franz Ferdinand was riding when he was assassinated, thus sparking off world war 1. It is in a wonderful state of preservation, complete with bullet hole in the door. A must see for military history buffs.
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