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Atlantic wall, Pointe de Kermorvan – France (3)

 Atlantic wall, Pointe de Kermorvan - France (3)

Description

Atlantic wall (Mur de l'Atlantique) along French coastlines. Pointe de Kermorvan, Le Conquet, France. The Pointe de Kermorvan was a heavily fortified position defending the Northern entrance of Le Conquet harbour. The Kermorvan peninsula is covered by numerous German fortifications, including two 105-mm guns at Fort de Kermorvan, two large bunkers for guns, several Tobruk bunkers, especially on the Northern part of the peninsula, and one large circular turret (at least 2 levels deep) facing le Fort de l'Ilette on the Northern part of peninsula. Tobrouk position overlooking the Fort de L'Ilette on 19 Apr. 2004.

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Hubert Chanson, Civil Engineering, The University of Queensland, Australia

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