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German coastal artillery in the Pas-de-Calais, France area, date unknown but probably after Normandy invasion; note concrete casemate still under construction

Caption   German coastal artillery in the Pas-de-Calais, France area, date unknown but probably after Normandy invasion; note concrete casemate still under construction ww2dbase
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Added By C. Peter Chen
Added Date 23 Sep 2008



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1. Dirk Verstraeten says:
26 Jun 2009 02:23:14 PM

Sir This the construction of the Batterie Lindemann in Sangate France the gun is a 400 mm the biggest ever build in a bunker there were 3 of these now under sand from building the railroadtunnel under the channel sisterbatteries are Grosser Kurfust,Todt,Prins Heyndrich Good site nice pictures Greetings Dirk
2. Dirk says:
26 Jun 2009 02:29:25 PM

Sorry i forgot bunker was completed in 1941 the shot many shells into Dover in England the shot back with the guns named Winny and Pooh The germans guns ware named Turm Bruno,Anton and Cesar

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