Jonathan Andrew – WW2 Bunkers

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www.jonathanandrewphotography.com

World War II military bunkers are still present in Europe and their imposing concrete structures have stood the test of time, some reused but most of them abandoned a long time ago. Jonathan Andrew documents the current condition of these structures in The Netherlands, France and Belgium.

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Military Casemate type 623 west of Koudekerke, The Netherlands.

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Type 583a / M178. Fire control post for medium and heavy batteries. Heerenduin, Ijmuidenm The Netherlands.

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SK Observation Tower. Fliegerhorst, Hemiksem, Belgium.

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Type 219 Casemate for Anti-Tank gun. Lefrinckrouke / Zuydcoote, France.

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Type 669. Heensche Molen, The Netherlands.

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Dragon Teeth, Riegelstellung Dune, BPT. 34 WN. 136H.
Used to slow down and impede tanks and mechanized infantry. Landmines were often laid between the individual ‘teeth’.

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