Travel back in time and explore Cold War history in the labyrinthine hallways of the Ejby Bunker. Experience the exciting history of the Ejby Bunker, the West Rampart and Copenhagen’s Fortifications through our digital and interactive installations that cast you in the lead role.
Fort Sweden Karlskrona
Explore the unique and long-standing military history that surrounds one of Swedens most important naval ports – the world heritage city, Karlskrona. On the interactive map (Karta) you will find locations, facts and pictures of a wide variety of abandoned pillboxes, bunkers, forts, memorials etc. All situated either in the city on the islands or in the rest of the stunning archipelago.
Forten en Bunkers Den Helder
On this site the Hero forts and batteries are described. Dutch and German bunkers are also amply discussed. It is also intended to include the defensive works in the head of the province of North Holland, and the German bunkers in the entire K.V.A. To mention Schagen.
On this website you will find references and general information about, in the Netherlands or former Dutch built defenses, military heritage, war and crisis preparation and related matters.
Geschiedenis van de Atlantikwall
It is, perhaps, difficult to imagine now, but one day the bunkers of the Atlantic Wall will inspire the same fascination as castles, city walls and fortresses do now. Originally intended to prevent the Allied invasion of occupied Western Europe by sea, the Atlantic Wall has now become World War II heritage. The remaining bunkers are silent witnesses to the significant events that took place here.
The “Grebbelinie” is a water line between the Utrecht Ridge and the Veluwe, which was built in the 18th century. She derives her fame from the period 1939-1940 when the line formed the main defense of the Dutch defense plan under the name Valleistelling. After the Second World War, the casemates, tank barriers and German bunkers were covered with a layer of green.
Gyges; the Gefechtsstand of Jagdabschnittsführer Dänemark.
This site covers some World War II aspects of: Command and control of Kriegsmarine units and Luftwaffe fighter command and control facilities in Europe. Bunkers, constructions and electronic equipment related to these facilities and stations. A special section is dedicated to Fliegerhorst Grove (Flyvestation Karup).
Haagse Bunker Ploeg
The Haagse Bunker Ploeg is a group of real bunker enthusiasts who have been researching German defenses for more than 10 years. Our research focuses on locating and identifying the missing bunkers. The HBP hopes to have a bunker museum in the future in order to physically share the information and research.
This site shows predominantly the registration of German fortification building in the former Hanstholm municipality, ie in the area of Bulbjerg over Hjardemål, Vigsø, Hanstholm, Hanstholm Wildlife Reserve to Klitmøller, and more along the coast.
The IJssel Line in Olst/Welsum was established in the beginning of the 1950s, intended to delay an attack by the Warsaw Pact (Soviet-Union and allies), thereby providing the time needed for NATO partners to provide additional military support, principally from the United States and Great Britain.