Regelbau 514

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Regelbau 514

Post by Blazlov » 19 Mar 2006 22:50

Hi,
I'm looking for some pictures of this bunker type, from other countrys then Poland. I would like to know if this is local ( Polands ) type of bunker. Links to some photos of a one 514 from Bruckenkopf Warschau.
http://hun97.republika.pl/galeria1/r01.swf
http://hun97.republika.pl/galeria1/r02.swf
http://hun97.republika.pl/galeria1/r03.swf
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Post by Blazlov » 20 Mar 2006 15:52

nothing ? no one ? ehhhh

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Post by jopaerya » 20 Mar 2006 18:49

Hello Blazlov

I have never seen the R. 514 in the Atlantikwall ,
I think that they preferred the R. 105 and the later
planned and build R. 630 . So maybe in the Westwall ???

Regards Jos
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Re: Regelbau 514

Post by AvB » 22 Apr 2012 15:44

Because I really like this compact bunker I'm trying to find all existing 514s.

Bruckenkopf Warschau 13x? 1 intact?
Galindestellung, Poland 2x intact.
Grenzstellung Lublin, 1 x intact
Grenzstellung Galizien, Poland 3x intact?
Spichernstellung, near Saarbrücken 1x?
Any more places?

It looks like it was only built in a very short time period in 1940 when all these new lines were built on new claimed land.
It must have been forbidden to use it after this period because otherwise it would be a great Atlantikwall casemate?

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Re: Regelbau 514

Post by jopaerya » 19 Feb 2013 18:23

Hello All

I have a quistion about this bunker it looks like a enlarged 514 and with entrance defence .
Could this be a 514 with a prefix or is this a unknown 500 type ???.

Drawing is from Jens Andersen

Regards Jos
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Re: Regelbau 514

Post by AvB » 19 Feb 2013 18:33

Nice one, it really looks like a 514 but the setup with entrance defence and Notausgang are really 100 series..

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Re: Regelbau 514

Post by TUS » 19 Feb 2013 18:50

Interesting drawing.. I can only agree with Arthur regarding the setup!

Thanks to you and Jens for posting it here. :) Nothing to do with Denmark I guess??

Brgds Tønnes

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Re: Regelbau 514

Post by jopaerya » 19 Feb 2013 19:04

Hello Friends

If I can remember correct it should be Denmark . please see "German Bunkers in Denmark" ( page 25 )

Regards Jos

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Re: Regelbau 514

Post by Jens Andersen » 20 Feb 2013 08:38

Hi

The drawing was most likely found among the papers of the Fest.Pi.Stab 31 in Denmark

According to the Baufortschrittsmeldung of 15.1.1945 none were ever constructed in Denmark.

However, I guess that is not that strange, because in order to choose they would have to know all types. Among the drawings from that source there are other types never built in Denmark.

Jens

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Re: Regelbau 514

Post by dirk Peeters » 20 Feb 2013 17:08

it s a beautifull plan jens thanks

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Re: Regelbau 514

Post by jopaerya » 20 Feb 2013 18:39

The Regelbau 514 was called "M.G. Kasemate ohne Gruppe" so the
drawing of Jens could be a "M.G. Kasemate mit Gruppe" ???

Regards Jos

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Re: Regelbau 514

Post by Ondrej Filip » 20 Feb 2013 22:42

AvB wrote:Because I really like this compact bunker I'm trying to find all existing 514s.

Bruckenkopf Warschau 13x? 1 intact?
Galindestellung, Poland 2x intact.
Grenzstellung Lublin, 1 x intact
Grenzstellung Galizien, Poland 3x intact?
Spichernstellung, near Saarbrücken 1x?
Any more places?
Hi Arthur,

Polish sources talks about 11-12 x 514 in Brückenkopf Warschau. One of them intact.
Galindestellung is right - 2 x 514 intact.
According to any Polish forum, there are 4 x 514 in Dęblin (Moszczanka, Skrudki, 2 x Pożóg - all heavy damaged) and one 514 intact in Annopol. Both places are 50 km from Lublin.

Where is "Grenzstellung Galizien"? I have never heard about any German "heavy" fortification at southwest part of Poland (Galizia), except command posts R668 and Pak shelters R701, built at B1-Stellung (from August 1944 to January 1945).

Ondrej

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Re: Regelbau 514

Post by AvB » 20 Feb 2013 23:48

Thanks Ondrej. I have this info from http://forum.axishistory.com/viewtopic. ... 0&t=120246. Can't find the name anywhere on maps.

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Re: Regelbau 514

Post by Ondrej Filip » 21 Feb 2013 00:31

AvB wrote:Thanks Ondrej. I have this info from http://forum.axishistory.com/viewtopic. ... 0&t=120246. Can't find the name anywhere on maps.
Great! I had no idea about Grenzstellung position so south. (I drove through Wierzbna last year, but have no idea about German bunkers.)

I have made an approximate map of known locations of Grenzstellung (only locations, not bunkers). Each position includes one or more Regelbau 514.

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Re: Regelbau 514

Post by AvB » 21 Feb 2013 00:51

Thanks nice overview. I'm completing my Google Earth file.

Missing on your map: East of Annapol:

50°51'28.49"N, 22° 0'3.14"O at GOŚCIERADÓW

http://www.panoramio.com/photo/66955010 ... google.com

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