German bunkers in Italy

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Re: German bunkers in Italy

Post by moonraker » 15 May 2012 13:01

hello all,
1/the photo of jos is one type 612.
2/ the bunker in photo with the name "ristourant" is a type 680 ...

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Re: German bunkers in Italy

Post by pierrot » 15 May 2012 14:53

hello all,
1/the photo of jos is one type 612.
2/ the bunker in photo with the name "ristourant" is a type 680 ...
Hello all,

Ok for the 612 on the picture of Jos but the Ristorante is a 677 and not a 680.

Gr.

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Re: German bunkers in Italy

Post by jopaerya » 11 Sep 2012 15:52

Here a other Schartenstand at Lido di Venezia , photo's are from Lerry69 from Worldwar Forum .

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Re: German bunkers in Italy

Post by moonraker » 11 Sep 2012 17:17

pierrot wrote:
hello all,
1/the photo of jos is one type 612.
2/ the bunker in photo with the name "ristourant" is a type 680 ...
Hello all,

Ok for the 612 on the picture of Jos but the Ristorante is a 677 and not a 680.

Gr.

Pierrot

hello pierrot,
I see your answers but ist impossible this type 677. one 677 is greater than 612.so outside the bunker here is smaller than 612.

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Re: German bunkers in Italy

Post by pierrot » 11 Sep 2012 18:56

Hello Etienne,

As you can see on the picture, the exhaust rooster is on the right of the back entrance.
The type 612 and 677 have always the exhaust rooster on the right and the type 680 and 669 on the left.
I don't known if schartstande have never been built in mirror.

Another possibility is than that the bunker Ristorante is just a 612.

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Re: German bunkers in Italy

Post by moonraker » 12 Sep 2012 11:36

hi pierrot,
the air outlet nothing to do with the type bunker.

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the 677 has a different opening and the 612.the 677 opening front allway the angle a 45° never 90°

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and now the 680. the 680 wiht block and allaway 90°.
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So after analyzing the photo, the bunker is not high and small.in my opinion it is the presence of a 680.I await the advice of our friend-bunker.

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Re: German bunkers in Italy

Post by jopaerya » 12 Sep 2012 15:58

Hello Etienne and Pierre

I really don't know if it's a 680 or 677 , I have been wrong in many occasions .
For me the only way to determine is a 680 or 677 to measure the bunker lenght inside .

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Re: German bunkers in Italy

Post by dirk Peeters » 13 Sep 2012 14:26

I am 100 % sur like etienne it is a 680
Etienne has made the correct observations and explications with his phptos
Its a 680
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Re: German bunkers in Italy

Post by jopaerya » 10 Oct 2012 14:37

Hello All

Could be the same place and 671 as the photo from Searay page 18 near Marina di Pisa

Photo = Ebay

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Re: German bunkers in Italy

Post by Manuferey » 10 Oct 2012 22:07

Nice matching Jos ! It is indeed the same bunker: several features match.

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Re: German bunkers in Italy

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Re: German bunkers in Italy

Post by AvB » 16 Oct 2012 16:09

Wow nice photos!

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Re: German bunkers in Italy

Post by Tommygunn » 16 Oct 2012 18:10

Any ideas on a more precise location or even if they still exist? I presume there will be no trace of them, due to extensive post war development, especially so since they appear to be just back from the beach i.e. on the coast road where all the hotels are now located.

Riccione is five minutes away.

Here's a couple more I found on the same website:
http://beta.natlib.govt.nz/records/22893826
http://beta.natlib.govt.nz/records/22824313

Tom.
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Re: German bunkers in Italy

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Re: German bunkers in Italy

Post by jopaerya » 22 Nov 2012 10:20

Hello All

From Pete1957 some picture's of the demolision of a bunker Jesolo Paese
I don't know if the date is correct on the photo's , please note the concrete
windows and typical armour part ??

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