Sites relating to World War II-era fortifications.

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Czechoslovak Fortification 1938
Profile of the ultimately futile fortification systems constructed by the Czechs prior to the Nazi invasion.
Delaware's Coastal Defenses
History of Fort Miles and Fort Saulsbury and their role in defending the Delaware coast.
Fortress Hertfordshire
Jim Apps describes and illustrates what remains of a World War 2 ring of anti-tank ditches and pillboxes built as a final line of defense to prevent the capture of London.
The Maginot Line
History and description of the Maginot Line of fortifications along the French-German border.
The Pillbox Study Group
Introduces the most common World War 2 defensive fortifications in the UK. Details the location, background information, history and other resources.
Pillboxesuk.co.uk
Photos of locations in the United Kingdom showing pillboxes and other defences built to resist a German invasion in World War 2.
Regelbau
Diagrams and detailed descriptions of fortification technique used in both World Wars, emphasizing the Regelbau system.
Siegfriedline / Westwall Website
Gives details of the wall constructed along the western border of the former Reich, 1936-1945. Includes maps, art, music, technical details, historical background, and pictures.

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