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guns in a German bunker Frédérikshavn Denmark, pin by Paolo Marzioli

El bunker de control de fuego de artillería en la Batería de Longues-sur-Mer. Era el más moderno de los construidos en las playas de Normandía, y era el único con un sistema automático de puntería y un sistema eléctrico de distribución de datos a las baterías.

El bunker de control de fuego de artillería en la Batería de Longues-sur-Mer. Era el más moderno de los construidos en las playas de Normandía, y era el único con un sistema automático de puntería y un sistema eléctrico de distribución de datos a las baterías.

Flak Tower Hamburg - well served its purpose, better to hid....

Flak Tower Hamburg - so much for a bomb shelter, better to go gray.

Kriegsmarine - "U-32” - Was a (211.8') Type VIIA U-boat – Commissioned: 15 April 1937 – Compliment: 4 Officers and 40–56 enlisted – Armament: 5 x 21 Inch (533mm) Torpedo Tubes (4 Bow, 1 Stern) (11 × Torpedoes or 22 TMA Mines) 1 x 88mm Deck Gun (220 Rounds) and 1 x 0.79 Inch (2cm) AA Gun – Sunk, 30 October 1940, Northwest of Ireland, in position 55°37′N 12°19′W by Depth Charges from the British Destroyers “HMS HARVESTER” and “HMS HILANDER” - Nine Crewmen Killed; 33 Became Prisoners of War.

Kriegsmarine - "U-32” - Was a (211.8') Type VIIA U-boat – Commissioned: 15 April 1937 – Compliment: 4 Officers and 40–56 enlisted – Armament: 5 x 21 Inch (533mm) Torpedo Tubes (4 Bow, 1 Stern) (11 × Torpedoes or 22 TMA Mines) 1 x 88mm Deck Gun (220 Rounds) and 1 x 0.79 Inch (2cm) AA Gun – Sunk, 30 October 1940, Northwest of Ireland, in position 55°37′N 12°19′W by Depth Charges from the British Destroyers “HMS HARVESTER” and “HMS HILANDER” - Nine Crewmen Killed; 33 Became Prisoners of War.

Hefkoepel St v Amsterdam -camera 2 - FINAL

6cm Hefkoepel (Krupp) Stelling van Amsterdam

Remains of 1,400 German soldiers are re-buried in Russia after being found in a riverside mass grave where they were left after the Nazis' 1941 invasion of Leningrad

Remains of 1,400 German soldiers are re-buried in Russia after being found in a riverside mass grave where they were left after the Nazis' 1941 invasion of Leningrad

Maginot Line

Urbex – Abandoned bunkers of the Maginot Line

German photographer Ben Schreck, currently based in Nantes and passionate by "urban decay", photographed abandoned bunkers along the Maginot Line in a beautiful

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