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For your information, the area is protected by Conservatoire du Littoral since 1987 :
http://www.conservatoire-du-littoral.fr ... 9-nord.htm
Regards from Paris
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https://bunkerfreaks15kvab.blogspot.be/ ... l/FA%20LAG
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we are making a new exhibition in Antwerp
there is a new topic bunker construction
we have already many new museum pieces
looks nice to put it on display
but i know it is a dream to collect it
but we can dream no ?
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the french sign which you saw on your most recent trip to the bunker too which you refered in your deleted post is a warning sign. Shortly after you unearthed the base for the canon the local authorities found out about it and carry out more surveillances since then. As it is considered higly illegal to dig in a natural reserve, not to mention possibly stealing heritage from French soil or being responsable for it being stolen, they are not to pleased about it! Steps will be taken to extract the socle and possibly it will be set up in one of the WW2 museums in Dunkirk. For those planning a trip to this bunker to have a look or perhaps trying to extract it themselves... I wouldn't go there in the first few months now.
I know all this because I was contacted by a French friend who has connections with these French authorities and informed me about this bunker and the fact that someone had been digging inside of it.
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This is the view of Wn Litzmann (KVA A3). There is a Schartenstand (R680 ?) to the right and another construction to the centre (a Beobachtungsstelle ?).
Is it a Vf LAG to the left ?