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World War II Forum: German log sandbag machine gun bunkers

Posted by: Billy (bksonntag@ThisIsToPreventSpam-908-RemoveThis.cs.com) on 1 Nov 2002 at 9:55:39 PM
In-Reply-To: whats your question posted by anonymous on 2:16:50 PM 26 Aug 2002

Hi,
I'm an artist & I am currently drawing a picture involving British infantry attacking a German machine gun bunker. I have plenty of information regarding German concrete bunkers and the like, but none whatsoever on German positions constructed with field expedients like logs & sandbags. I was wondering if anyone could send me a picture of what a German log-sandbag MG bunker looks like. (Especially the back of it, because of the angle of my picture.) Anyway, thanks a lot.
-Billy S.


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