German electrical abreviation.

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German electrical abreviation.

Postby M19 MADMAL » 11 Nov 2012 23:35

Hi all,

Below is a photo of a wiring diagram found next to the mains electricity junction box inside a German bunker.
'M19' and '6 Sch' are the 2 types of bunker which the cables at this point fed, but what does the 'E' and the 'G' stand for???

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Herr Engelbert Hoppe. M19 bunker Commander 1944/45 when he first returned in 2006.

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