Regelbau collection

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Re: Regelbau collection

Postby AvB » 24 Feb 2009 14:17

Strange that 637! :)
Always measure ;)

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Re: Regelbau collection

Postby skylinedrive » 26 May 2009 10:23

Regelbau 11, Doppelgruppenunterstand ohne Kampfraum.
Westwall near Bollendorf on the border with Luxembourg.
(N.B. : The armoured doors are not original!)
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Re: Regelbau collection

Postby skylinedrive » 26 May 2009 10:32

Regelbau 10A, ohne Kampfraum mit Hangschutzmauer.
Westwall, near Ammeldingen in the Our river valley.

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Re: Regelbau collection

Postby Hubertus1656 » 03 Oct 2010 19:26

Regelbau120a "Dąbrowiecka Góra" Karczew,Poland
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Re: Regelbau collection

Postby Hubertus1656 » 03 Oct 2010 19:58

Regelbau514 "Dąbrowiecka Góra" Karczew,Poland
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Re: Regelbau collection

Postby Marcus Wendel » 24 Mar 2013 18:26

With the rebuild of the AHF Factbook the Regelbau collection has a new home at http://www.axishistory.com/index.php/ot ... nker-types

/Marcus

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Re: Regelbau collection

Postby der bunkermann » 28 Aug 2015 18:49

Question:
To convince a local government to do a restauration project I'm looking for modern pictures of a regelbau 680 in dune terrain with the scharte visible..

Would be very nice if some of you guys can help me with this!

Gr, Tim (Holland).

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Re: Regelbau collection

Postby der bunkermann » 24 Feb 2016 21:37

Succes was on our side.. thanks Arthur for the picture i requested, it helped to convince the local government to do this project!
In Holland (WBN) very few LAG bunkers survived, so we are very happy we could give this nice one in Scheveningen it's view back after 70 years..
flanking wall is at the base 3 meters thick
http://www.fortificatieforum.nl/viewtop ... 275#p52275

Gr, Tim

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Re: Regelbau collection

Postby AvB » 24 Feb 2016 22:48

Very nice! Like to come by these days.

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Re: Regelbau collection

Postby Eax-E » 05 Jul 2017 22:34

Hello,

Just for fun, a R501 with 4 air intakes ; so with an addition of a dummy set of two. It's the first time I notice it on a R501.

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Re: Regelbau collection

Postby AvB » 06 Jul 2017 09:30

Nice, wat sector?

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Re: Regelbau collection

Postby Eax-E » 06 Jul 2017 10:30

This one :wink:

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Re: Regelbau collection

Postby jopaerya » 06 Jul 2017 12:13

Very nice find, still W 2 looks ilke the Galapagos islands for bunker evolution . :D :D

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Re: Regelbau collection

Postby Knouterer » 13 Dec 2017 10:43

A couple of pictures I took earlier this year at Torbole at the northern end of the Lago di Garda (Lake Garda) in Northern Italy. A Tobruk and an observation post (I think). Rather than removing them as eyesores the local authorities preferred to let them blend into the surroundings, it seems.
Troops of the American 10th Mountain Division carried out an amphibious landing here on 29 April 1945 and the next day the famous Ranger leader, colonel Darby (who by then was second in command of the division), was killed by artillery fire. There is a monument to him and other fallen in front of the local church.
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