Recommended reading on the fortifications & artillery

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Natter
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Re: Recommended reading on the fortifications & artillery

Post by Natter » 25 Dec 2021 02:19

der bunkermann wrote:
15 Dec 2021 21:09
To bad it's not in English..
It looks very interesting!
Gr, Tim
As usual, the content of the book consists mainly of photos + the original illustrations from the german "datasheets", so the language isn't a big deal (although it would have been a plus if he had included english imagedescriptions as he usually does in most of his books).

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Re: Recommended reading on the fortifications & artillery

Post by Chazette » 28 Apr 2022 16:04

New Book from Histoire & Fortifications

See on intrenet site
http://www.histoire-fortifications.com/index.asp

1600 picture, map , drawing (more in 3D effect) Drone
304 pages, A4, Hard cover, All in color !
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Re: Recommended reading on the fortifications & artillery

Post by ALVF » 28 May 2022 16:00

Hello,

My new book from "Histoire et Collections"-Paris:
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Hard cover, A4, 450 pictures, drawings and maps (drawings shells used by ALVF included).
Yours sincerely,
Guy François.
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Re: Recommended reading on the fortifications & artillery

Post by Dirk Peeters1 » 14 Jun 2022 19:23

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this new book on Schnabelstande is available by Ben Muller , i ll let him explain , it is written by Ben Muller and Sébastien Haule and me
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Re: Recommended reading on the fortifications & artillery

Post by bennojollo » 14 Jun 2022 22:54

To all readers:

Thanks Dirk. After our project on the Pilz-Stand we briefly talked about the Schnabelstand. What do we know and for what was it build. Was it really a observation post or a 5 cm Kw.K. like some websites say. Or was it just a MG bunker?

So we started digging in our own archives, the official archives like Bundesarchiv in Germany, some French archives, in fact we tried to turn every stone to find information. A big support to our small team is Sebastien Haule. So with the three we completed our journey in time.

You will find a amazing story of planning, building and also battle in our book. We tried to give a general history in the first 5 chapters and then we look at the fieldsituations in the large chapter 6 that also contains double M.G. bunkers.

We hope you enjoy our end product called Beaks and Beaches. As we said before 220 pages, 21 x 21 cm format, fullcolour, hard cover, bound. English text. Lots of picture, maps, drawings. I think a must for every bunkerlover! 150 printed only.

Price 35 Euro: shipping in NL 6,75 - Belgium-France-Germany: 13 Euro with T/T. England 18,50 with T/T or 12 without T/T.
Please contact me at bennojollo@zeelandnet.nl

Or if you have questions
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Re: Recommended reading on the fortifications & artillery

Post by Chazette » 30 Sep 2022 09:59

New Book Available
Mobilier Tome 2
OT, RAD Fest.Pi, Ma.Pi
Bulding, firmen, construction sites
Typologie of French Atlantikwall
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on : https://www.histoire-fortifications.com/
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