Atlantikwall Museum Hoek van Holland
On the Noorderpier of Hoek van Holland stands a large German bunker since 1943. This bunker, a gun bunker of construction type 611, was part of the infamous ‘Atlantikwall’ during the Second World War. Guided tours of the former German anti-aircraft battery ‘Nordmole’ are also organized.
Atlantikwall Museum Noordwijk
The Atlantikwall Museum Noordwijk is a museum that is decorated in a series of bunkers from the Second World War. Around 80 works were built during the war, with the largest bunker, the S414 being the most important part of the Marine Kuste Batterie Nordwijk.
Atlantikwall Museum Scheveningen
The Atlantikwall Museum Scheveningen tries to form a meeting place between war, law and peace. A living monument for peace education, where exhibitions, meetings and guided tours can take place. To this end, SAMS manages a number of locations: Scheveningen Wn. 318 and on Kijkduin Wn. 67 HL and a Scheinflugplatz.
Atlantikwall Research Norway
Allmost from the very beginning of the constructions, the Germans faced a great deal of new problems they never had dealt with before. This explains why the Atlantikwall in Norway looks very different from the rest of Europe, and also why you will never find two identical batteries.
Atlantikwall Wijk aan Zee
In and around Wijk aan Zee, about 70 bunkers are partly hidden under the sand. The association ‘Rondje Wijk aan Zee’ has three bunkers under management. The Mammut Radar Bunker V143, Manningsonderkomen M151, in W.N.63a in the Seefront. Küverbunker 451a in W.N.122, located in the Landfront at the then border post (Sperre) on the Zeestraat.
Hidden in the dunes of Oostvoorne is the Biberbunker. The bunker officially named by the Germans as the ST type L487, code name Bertha, is due to its special character in WWII, but also because of its later function, a structure that must certainly be seen.
Bunker Museum IJmuiden
This website takes you along the remains of the Atlantikwall, Sudwall and lots of other locations where the Germans build their bunkers during World War 2, including one of Hitler’s secret and very well hidden Headquarters in France. Many locations are photographed and filmed from the air in HD with a drone.
Bunkerpictures wants to show the Military Heritage from the period of the Second World War 1933 – 1945 and the subsequent period of the Cold War 1945 – 1991 and afterwards. We research and visit as many locations as possible, and photograph the locations and the objects in order to capture that which is still visible. We want to provide insight into the different locations concerning the Miltaire Heritage as well as that of the Civil Defense.
From 1933 to 1945 the German third Reich constructed a huge amount of defensive objects all over Europe. Let us guide you along the Atlantikwall, Südwall, Westwall and other defensive lines in Europe and share our pictures, experiences and the obtained information with you.