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Post by moonraker » 28 Nov 2019 13:12

is cold death in the vecquerie :lol:
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Post by robin-stahlbeton » 30 Nov 2019 13:16

Nice pictures. Brings back good bunker feeling, indeed after a hard day in the french fields. It can get hot in those days šŸ˜„

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Post by robin-stahlbeton » 30 Nov 2019 13:19

Can anybody tell me which regions arent measured yet? Is this known?
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Post by dirk Peeters » 30 Nov 2019 13:29

Plus 30 years of measurement by our team
Here and there in france is a not measured bunker because not known at the moment we where there or closed or no permission of the owner

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Post by moonraker » 30 Nov 2019 22:01

hello,

to be continued :thumbsup:

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Post by Bunkerfreak » 01 Dec 2019 12:13

A bit for the same reason why i'm uploading all my pictures on blogger, on one (for free) account you may created 100 pages with on every page 2000 pictures. that's 200.000pics on one account so i have to create three accounts and link them together to place all my pictures online. Information not shared is lost and free for all is my moto. I'm still young (35 years old) but i'm allready thinking on what could happen or what must happen with the research afterwards. Only thing what is for shure, i never give my research to heritage or archives because they moneytize everything in Belgium (and bad experience with them in the past)

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Post by AvB » 02 Dec 2019 15:42

As I answered on Facebook. This door originally comes from Luftwaffe stocks and was designed for the Luftverteidigungszone West. There're also smaller (1.1m high) doors with Mannlocher (hatch) and GastĆ¼ren both normal and for escape shafts (Notausgang). Not only doors but also armoured plates were made for these bunkers. All this stuff was available when the Atlantikwall was built, and so it was used. I have the feeling it was used a lot in Luftwaffe bunkers, but I've seen them all along the Atlantikwall in both KM and Heeres Regelbauten. Quite possible they gave it the number 725P3 but not sure yet. Good idea to move your archive to an official archive. :thumbsup:

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Post by moonraker » 02 Dec 2019 22:33

hello arthur

I control all the dimensions,similair the draiwing.

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Post by AvB » 02 Dec 2019 22:36

Great Etienne. I'm convinced! :)

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Post by TUS » 09 Dec 2019 20:12

And the 110cm version with the Mannloch from a LVZ battery. ;)
Interesting that the old LZV type have received the new designation number. Wonder if that's the case for the Sharten as well.

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Post by moonraker » 11 Dec 2019 12:58

hello,

it would be very interesting to know the width, because it is little that is manufactured at the same period.

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Post by moonraker » 01 Jan 2020 13:30

hello,
look the doors of bunker munitions
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