A Soviet T-34. The museum emphasizes
that, the success of the North's initial invasion depended in
part on the fact that nothing could stop these tanks. The
North Koreans had several hundred T-34s, and the South Korean
forces had no tanks or antitank weapons. The American
forces flown in to stop the invasion had only light tanks and
small bazookas that could not pierce this tank's armor and ended
up only delaying the invasion.