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Maginot Line

French are abandoning the vast & still unbroken fortress of the Maginot Line; with Germans deep in France, it's useless

Blockhaus d'Éperlecques Kraftwerk Nord West Forest of Éperlecques, near Watten (France)

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.

PAK 40 anti-tank gun inside a restored bunker in the AtlantikWall museum in Belgium.

- Axis AT: German PaK 40 anti-tank gun inside a restored bunker in the AtlantikWall museum in Belgium.

Panzers - Glad they lost WWII, but they certainly made some awesome Tanks...

Panzers of the Wehrmacht. This shows fourteen different tracked vehicles fielded by the Nazi Army in World War Two. This picture illustrates a wide variety of camouflage patterns that were attempted. I like the Porche Tiger I

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.

Troops of US 101st Airborne Division moving out of Bastogne, Belgium, 31 Dec 1944. (US Army Center of Military History)

[Photo] Troops of US 101st Airborne Division moving out of Bastogne, Belgium, 31 Dec 1944

Battle of the Bulge - The Airborne troops move out of Bastogne, after having been besieged there for ten days, to drive the enemy out of the surrounding district. Belgium on December 1944

German POWs disembarking from on one of the Gold area beaches, 6 June 1944

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