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This website offers an in-depth analysis of one part of the Atlantikwall, namely that occupied by the German 15th army or Armeeoberkommando 15. This command was stationed along the southern Dutch coast (from Walcheren to Cadzand), the entire Belgian coast and the northern French coast (from Bray-Dunes to Cabourg).
COMMANDS and UNITS
All commands within the area of the Armeeoberkommando 15 in June 1944 are discussed in detail, including the Kriegsmarine, Luftwaffe and Militärbefehlshaber. Every single unit present in June 1944 is analyzed in detail, its hierarchical position made clear in visuals
STRONGPOINTS and FORTRESSES
All strongpoints and fortresses along the coasts defended by the AOK15 in June 1944 are described in full detail
PHOTO REPORTS and BUNKERS
Detailed photo reports of remaining strongpoints as well as descriptions of types and tactical functions of bunkers
RADAR and UNIT HISTORIES
Full descriptions of radar technology, positions and organization.
Complete histories of ALL units stationed in the
AOK15 area in the period 1940-1944
AFTER D-DAY, MOVIES AND SPECIALS
The history of the Armeeoberkommando 15 after D-Day is traced in detail from a German perspective.
Documentaries, archive footage and special projects covering WWII and the Cold War in Belgium
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