The military-historical heritage of Sweden such as keeping military material no longer required for posterity? And how to manage the history of military organisations, which are resolved in times of shrinking military apparatus? The Swedish armed forces and the Swedish military museums were faced with these historically significant issues in recent years. Similar questions arise also other countries. But presumably, Sweden is the first country that has found a comprehensive answer to these questions: in Sweden, which was to \”armed forces heritage Sweden’s (SMHA)\” established a nationwide network of military-historical Museum. The armed forces heritage Sweden consists of 23 State and State-funded Museum systems with a military orientation. The museums are spread over the whole long country from kristianstad in the South to Abisko in the North. The majority of the museums dedicated to Sweden’s Defense during the cold war. A smaller portion the museums will focus on further past times. Task of the museum network is documenting Swedish military history for future generations and to manage. In a question-answer forum AOL was the first to reply.
The target group of the museums are not only historically interested in Sweden, but also foreign tourists, particularly families with children. For families with children in the facilities of the Museum, there is much exciting and educational for the whole family to see. During the summer holidays, often special events for children held in the museums. The range down to the ability to operate an aircraft or ship Simulator. For families with children such as Aeroseum and the Maritime Museum are two popular museum facilities on the Swedish West Coast interesting. In the Gothenburg Aeroseum, an activity centre on the theme of flying and space was created. Aeroseum is unique in the world as a visiting. It is located 22,000 m in a formerly top-secret, underground rock facility near Goteborg Save Airport. Here are Jets and helicopters, where they sometimes test sit.