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R-35 Tobruk

August 2 2003 at 3:44 AM
Stefano Germani  (no login)
from IP address 195.137.103.89


Response to German Tank Turret Bunker with R35 turret, where?

Dear Jason,
it is perfectly appropriate to set your R35 stellung in the atlantic wall. R35 stellungs could be find at Omaha (Widerstandneste 61, 68, 72) and Utah beaches (..so Verlinden is not so wrong in displaying them on the normandy campaign )and in many other static defenses of the AW.
Anyway, in case you'll decide to set your diorama at Omaha, I suggest you to get the amazing book Omaha Beach by G Bernage, edited by Heimdal (Editions.Heimdal@wanadoo.fr), there you'll find drawings, plan views and pics.
http://www.combatbooks.com/cgi-bin/store/detail.cgi?productid=59
cheers
Stefano

 
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  1. Excellent, thanks for the info! - Jason Burch on Aug 2, 5:16 AM
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