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Re: Lindemann

Post by dirk Peeters » 17 Dec 2018 21:07

another item which we measured in 2000 was the passage to a cellar in the S100 but never seen on any plan
it was impossible to enter but it was wenn we opened the lid at least 1 m deep and then full of rubble
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Re: Lindemann

Post by dirk Peeters » 17 Dec 2018 21:16

could it be connected with the construction at the front ?
maybe this is why the germans didn t fill up the front untill the bunker is completely finished
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this pit was at least four meters deep and then full of rumble
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Re: Lindemann

Post by dirk Peeters » 20 Dec 2018 13:39

1941 x.jpg
one of the early barracks in the neighborhood of the ammo bunkers which are when this picture was taken in construction
picture from 1941
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Re: Lindemann

Post by dirk Peeters » 20 Dec 2018 13:45

1941 2.jpg
here another picture taken in the barrack site
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Re: Lindemann

Post by dirk Peeters » 20 Dec 2018 13:52

the last picture could be taken around this spot
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Re: Lindemann

Post by v60pih » 04 Jan 2019 22:56

Picture is from the magazine "Signaal", nr.15 - 1943.
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Re: Lindemann

Post by dirk Peeters » 08 Jan 2019 10:44

thanks V60

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Re: Lindemann

Post by jopaerya » 08 Jan 2019 22:42

The officer on the right of Albert Speer , must be a officer of the M.A.A. 244.
Please note the " Seestern ' on his cap viewtopic.php?f=70&t=201807&p=2112342&h ... n#p2112342

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Re: Lindemann

Post by Stp Leo » 19 Dec 2020 21:42

Good evening everyone,

2 pictures which comes from a batch and certainly taken in one of the MKB Lindemann Türmen. Pleese see explanations below it ! Source : Ebay.de and "La Batterie Lindemann" from Alain Chazette (the maps were drawn by english engineers after the war).
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One of the Türm rooms had the same arrangement that on the pictures. We are on the intermediate level (2nd floor) :
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This is a map of this level ventilation. The pipe is the same as well, at the same place that on picture n°2 !
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By the way, behind them, it is written what it seems to be "Lindemann" (but I may be mistaken) :
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I know that it is very rare to have the batterie name behind a photo, but I have already seen that (that actually was below the picture because it came from an album).

There was an english coast view in the batch. The ones on the right and on the top left-hand corner come from another batch. The seller has put with Lindemann ones for he can sell them.
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Re: Lindemann

Post by Olympiaryan » 19 Dec 2020 22:19

I have some plans. I shall make a few images

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Re: Lindemann

Post by Stp Leo » 20 Dec 2020 12:06

Olympiaryan wrote:
19 Dec 2020 22:19
I have some plans. I shall make a few images
Hello Olympiaryan,

Thank you very much ! I would like to know what you think about my hypothesis, because I may not have seen something which can contradict my hypothesis.

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Re: Lindemann

Post by Olympiaryan » 20 Dec 2020 15:52

Unable to post image. It's too big, how do I reduce the size?
Depot de Fond Pignon: amenagement autour du blockhaus sous la digue. 1/500. 13/11/1987

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Re: Lindemann

Post by jazote » 20 Dec 2020 16:40

Olympiaryan wrote:
20 Dec 2020 15:52
Unable to post image. It's too big, how do I reduce the size?
Depot de Fond Pignon: amenagement autour du blockhaus sous la digue. 1/500. 13/11/1987
With "Paint" (from Microsoft) for example
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Re: Lindemann

Post by Dirk Peeters1 » 22 Dec 2020 11:10

i ll think leo your pictures are in the lindemann bunkers as you think

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Re: Lindemann

Post by jopaerya » 26 Jun 2022 07:23

From Ebay two photo's from the B. Lindemann , Regards Jos
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