Denmark - Bunker Museum Hanstholm - 2


The Bunker Museum in Hanstholm is located in a large area, which was one of the most heavily fortified areas in Denmark during the German World War II occupation (1940-1945). Outside the museum there are a whole lot of bunkers, trenches etc. which also were a part of the huge World War II Atlantic Wall complex.
  
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Some of the many bunker that were a part of the Atlantic Wall in the Hanstholm area.

Some of the many bunker that were a part of the World War II Atlantic Wall complex in the Hanstholm area.
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One of the many information stands in the Hanstholm area that tell the story of the Atlantic Wall and the bunkers in Hanstholm.

One of the many information stands in the Hanstholm area that tell the story of the Atlantic Wall and the bunkers in Hanstholm.
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One of the smaller artillery guns that were used in the Atlantic Wall complex in Hanstholm.

One of the smaller artillery guns that were used in the Atlantic Wall complex in Hanstholm.
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A smaller artillery guns that were used in the Atlantic Wall complex in Hanstholm.

A smaller artillery guns that were used in the Atlantic Wall complex in Hanstholm.
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Different types of artillery guns used by the German forces at the Atlantic Wall bunker complex in Hanstholm.

Different types of artillery guns used by the German forces at the Atlantic Wall bunker complex in Hanstholm.
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