Bunkersite.com starts BunkerBlog

Every day I watch several forums from all over Europe to see what’s happening in the bunker community. It’s a time consuming business but well worth the time because without it I wouldn’t have known about restauration projects in Poland, demolitions in Norway, dug up bunkers in Holland or any other activity in Europe on the subject. Wouldn’t it be nice, I thought, if the most interesting happenings or findings were collected on one website. That’s why I’ve started BunkerBlog, a weblog about German bunkers from 1933-1945. To collect information from forums and contacts all over Europe, to show photos and to break through language barriers. Know what other persons or associations are working on and exchange information! If you want to contribute yourself please send me an email.

A Leitstand type 636 sinking away near Quend Plage

A Leitstand type 636 sinking away near Quend Plage. (Photo: Arthur van Beveren)

Posted on May 17, 2009 at 4:23 pm by Arthur van Beveren · Permalink
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