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1943- The Blockhaus d'Eperlecques is built using slave labor in northeast France for the Nazis as a launching facility for ballistic missiles against London. The "Wunderwaffe" V-2 ballistic missile intended for use here requires large fuel supplies of liquid oxygen which is intended to be stored at the site. The style of bunker is based on the massive submarine pens being built by the Germans in France & Norway, & is designed to launch 36 ballistic missiles a day.

The Blockhaus d'Éperlecques (English: Bunker of Éperlecques, also referred to as "the Watten bunker" or simply is a Second World War bunker, now part of a museum, near Saint-Omer in the northern Pas-de-Calais département of France.

El búnker de un millonario. Una antigua fortaleza nazi sirve de vivienda-museo al rico Christian Boros

El búnker de un millonario

Base de sous-marins de Lorient.1941-1942  Façade du block à 7 alvéoles. Phot. Claude Prelorenzo.

Base de sous-marins de Lorient.1941-1942 Façade du block à 7 alvéoles. Phot. Claude Prelorenzo.

June 1944 Utah Beach Dunes varreville a typical bunker R677 for Canon 88 mm Matching now  Juin 1944 Utah Beach Dunes de varreville une casemate type r677 pour canon 88 mm Matching actuellement

June 1944 Utah Beach Dunes varreville a typical bunker for Canon 88 mm Matching now Juin 1944 Utah Beach Dunes de varreville une casemate type pour canon 88 mm Matching actuellement

WWII Flak tower, Vienna. When I saw the size of this in the early 80s I couldn't believe what it was and it wasnt mentioned in the guide books at that time.

Flak Towers

Leftover fortress from the crusades or the Third Reich? Giant flak towers like these are found in several cities we visit on tours, (Vienna, Hamburg, and Berlin), built for air defense during WWII.

Blocs de la ligne Maginot à Rimplas (Alpes-Maritimes).

À quoi servait la ligne Maginot ?

WWII - Europe:  Fortress Four-a-Chaux - Maginot Line

WWII - Europe: Fortress Four-a-Chaux - Maginot Line

WWII German MP4 Range Finding Tower - Guernsey, Channel Islands.

When I think of German rangefinders I usually imagine Leica. This was noticeably different.

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