Remnants from second world war in Europe
Naval Gun Battery Nötteröy, Norway - Picture by Ken Bate
Flaktower, Hamburg, Germany - Picture by Peter Pforr
U-Boat Bunker Hornisse, Bremen, Germany - Picture by Jonas Ginter
Masurian Canal, Leśniewo, Poland - Picture by Yuri
Bunker for 4,7 cm Festungspak, Løkken, Denmark - Picture by Martin Ambrosius
Naval Gun Battery Oldenburg, Calais, France - Picture by Stuart Harris
Bunker for torpedoes, Boulogne sur mer, France - Picture by Daniel Herlent
Naval Gun Battery Trondenes, Norway - Picture by Wayne Hopkins
Headquarter Luftwaffe, Skanderborg, Denmark - Picture by Martin Ambrosius
Naval Gun Battery Kiberg, Norway - Picture by Geir Birkely
Naval Gun Battery Dietl, Engeløya, Norway - Picture by Håvard Hovdet
Flaktower Augarten, Vienna, Austria - Picture by Nick Wotherspoon
Scattered throughout Europe, there are remnants and traces from the war.
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During the night of 25/26 August 1940, 29 bombers from the Royal Air Force attacked, Berlin. This was the first attack against the German capital and immediately triggered an order from Adolf Hitler for the construction of three sets of Flaktowers...
U-Boot Stützpunkt Dora
Trondheim, in the middle of Norway, was the largest German naval base in Northern Europe from June 1940 until liberation in May 1945. Here, the Kriegsmarine's 13th U-boat flotilla had its headquarters.
The Germans built two U-boat bunkers, Dora I and Dora II...