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Normandy 1944 - Longues Battery    Sited above Longues-sur-Mer (near Arromanches - see bleow) this is the observation and commnd bunker on the cliff-edge. Actually used in the filming of "The Longest Day".

Normandy 1944 - Longues Battery Sited above Longues-sur-Mer (near Arromanches - see bleow) this is the observation and commnd bunker on the cliff-edge. Actually used in the filming of "The Longest Day".

L'observatoire de Cattenom - LM SFBC - Ligne maginot du secteur fortifié du bois de Cattenom

L'observatoire de Cattenom - LM SFBC - Ligne maginot du secteur fortifié du bois de Cattenom

Abandoned Maginot Line (The French established the fortification to provide time for their army to mobilize in the event of attack, allowing French forces to move into Belgium for a decisive confrontation with Germany. The success of static, defensive combat in World War I was a key influence on French thinking)

Abandoned Maginot Line (The French established the fortification to provide time for their army to mobilize in the event of attack, allowing French forces to move into Belgium for a decisive confrontation with Germany. The success of static, defensive combat in World War I was a key influence on French thinking)

Perched on jagged peaks in one of the most remote regions of the United States, the decaying Dutch Harbor Bunkers have sat silent and empty for over six decades. Their solid concrete forms blend into the crumbling rock around them, a reminder of the history of the Aleutian Islands Campaign in which the U.S. military struggled to regain control of these Alaskan outposts.

Perched on jagged peaks in one of the most remote regions of the United States, the decaying Dutch Harbor Bunkers have sat silent and empty for over six decades. Their solid concrete forms blend into the crumbling rock around them, a reminder of the history of the Aleutian Islands Campaign in which the U.S. military struggled to regain control of these Alaskan outposts.

This bunker has a great view of the English Channel!

Bunker Archeology

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