Wn60 (StP Colleville) Colleville-sur-Mer, (Omaha Beach)

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3., Grenadier-Regiment 726
1 x Observation.
1 x Wasser bunker.
2 x Vf61a mortar Tobruk´s.
2 x Vf59a MG. Tobruk´s.
1 x Tank turret Tobruk.
1 x Vf59a Mortar Tobruk.
3 x Unterstands.
1 x APX R 3.7cm KwK 144(f) & co-axle MG.311(f).
2 x 7.5cm F.K.235(b).
2 x 5cm Fest.Gr.W 210(f) mortars.

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5cm Fest.Gr.W 210(f) mortars.

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7.5cm F.K.235(b).

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APX R 3.7cm KwK 144(f) & co-axle MG.311(f).

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A narrow road off the D514 will take you to Wn60 or park at the Village de Vacances and walk along the coast and up the hill following where the Americans advanced (Fox 1 Draw).

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Parking here and walk through the gate and into the field.

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Plan.

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German field map of their defences

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German Army map of he area showing StP Colleville with Wn60 just outside the group..

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Several items are overlaid here.
1 - Black line is the attack of L Company.
2 - White arrows are the line of FOX 1 draw.
3 - Blue, yellow & red are the defences of Wn60.

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US infantry advancing.

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German soldiers.

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The first thing you see is a quite deep trench running around the edge of the field on the left.

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Vf61a Mortar Tobruk. This ringstand is for a 5cm mortar a 5cm Fest.Gr.W 210(f) mortars. Captured from French army stocks of which there were thousands of them and millions of 5cm mortar bombs, many for use in the Maginot line. A pre war French defence of it borders. These weapons were taken on charge of the German army as a small infantry weapon and also as the name says, a Fest or fortress weapon. Here mounted in two Vf61a Tobruk´s and they could shower down mortar bombs in a 360° all around the Wn and more importantly down on the beach.

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Vf61a Mortar Tobruk.

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Firing a 5cm Fest.Gr.W 210(f) mortar.

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5cm Fest.Gr.W 210(f) mortar.

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Vf61a Mortar Tobruk entrance with an ammunition chamber on the left (not photographed but like one in the small pictures.

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Plan.

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Just a small room where mortar bombs could be stacked in their boxes for save keeping and any spares for the gun and a few personnel items of the crew of two.

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Vf61a Mortar Tobruk the pintle FPzK2823 mounting that the mortar sat in a 950S6 fitting.

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950S6 fitting that bolted onto the pintle and the mortars barrel could be removed from its infantry mount and installed into the 950S6.

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Fitted onto its pintle.

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5cm mortar bombs coloured to show the guns crew, high explosive, smoke, etc..

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Vf61a Mortar Tobruk. Two men would work the gun, one below going between the magazine and the Tobruk pit to deliver fresh mortar rounds and the guns commander who would direct and fire the gun. They may have had a field telephone connection with their forward controller in the observation on the cliff edge and he would direct their fire to where he saw the need.
The centre pintle is a FPzK2823 mounting.

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Guns crew.

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Forward observer.

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Field telephone.

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Vf61a Mortar Tobruk painted designs of what could be seen in this direction helping the crew to orientate quickly to changes of direction.

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This is target information inside an R669 at Wn05 Franceville West. It has pictures and ranges of targets.

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This is Wn73 on the west end of Omaha Beach showing target information on a larger 81mm mortar pit.

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The trench continuing on. This allowed troops to move around from any position in relative safety and not be seen by an enemy. Thus being moved from areas of in activity to where they were needed if an attack was coming in.

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Even after 70years the trenches are still very deep.

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Vf61a Mortar Tobruk, the second one. Looking along the complete length of Omaha Beach.

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Vf61a Mortar Tobruk the pintle for a 950S6 fitting for a 5cm Fest.Gr.W 210(f) mortar.

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950S6 fitting.

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5cm Fest.Gr.W 210(f)

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Vf61a Mortar Tobruk entrance.

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Vf61a Mortar Tobruk.

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Plan.

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On 6th June 1944 around 40 Wehrmacht soldiers were in this important strong point, the Wn60. It is the best preserved strong point and one of the best viewing points of the whole of Omaha Beach.
Two companies of the 16th Reg. of the 1st Inf. Div. which landed at 7am under the cover of the vertical cliffs, attacked Wn60 at around 8.00am. They took advantage of a path which by passed it on the west and attacked from the rear. The battle was short and bloody with , grenades and explosive charges flushing out the Germans who were hidden in their bunkers and shelters.
At 9am the last German surrendered. (31 Germans survived to surrender).

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Landing craft coming into FOX beach.

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FOX beach.

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The trench continues onward.

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A small connecting trench running out to a weapons pit/observation. The machine guns they could have used were not all the latest models, usually MG.34´s or MG.08´s the WW1 model belt fed machine gun.

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Plan.

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MG.34.

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MG.08.

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Weapons pit/observation.

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The second is a forward observation point for artillery observer and the local commander.

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The second is a forward observation point for artillery observer and the local commander.

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The second is a forward observation point for artillery observer and the local commander.

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Plan.

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Observation pit.

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The second is a forward observation point for artillery observer and the local commander. Here the artillery observer could control the fire of three batteries of guns from the 352dn artillery, 1./352, 3./352 & 10./1716. All this by cables laid into the ground and also probably radio. A lot of cables were badly damaged on D-Day due to bombing.

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Artillery map of the area.

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Field telephone FF 33 Feldfernsprecher.

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Field radio.

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The second is a forward observation point for artillery observer and the local commander.

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15.5cm s.F.H414(f).

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15.5cm s.F.H414(f).

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15.5cm shells.

 

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More field positions.

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Details

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Plan.

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A position that may have been constructed to take a 2cm Flak 38 that had not yet arrived.

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Plan.

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2cm Flak 38.

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A view across the Wn showing the trenches running around the field.

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Heavy barbed wire and mines were around the back.

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Mine fields MF9. 9a, 9c & MF8.
Yellow - trenches.
Red - barbed wire.
white dots - defence positions.

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Laying mines.

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Vf59a machine gun position covering the S/E sector of the Wn. Its a Vf59a but without the ammunition room, presumingly to save time and materials so reserve ammunition would be kept in the further Vf59a..

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Vf59a machine gun position.

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Plan

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Vf59a machine gun position.

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Vf59a machine gun position.

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Vf59a machine gun position ready ammunition space.

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7.92 ammunition boxes with belted ammunition.

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Vf59a machine gun position.

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This could have had a piece of wood fitting into the centre pivot and mounted on the post a special machine gun fitting a 965S7 with an s.MG.34.

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s.MG.34 machine gun.

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s.MG.34 sitting on a 965S7 fitting and then on the central pintle.

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Vf59a machine gun position two ready ammunition spaces..

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s.MG.34 sitting on a 965S7 fitting and then on the central pintle.

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The view out of the Tobruk.

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Moving on to the the next Vf90a along its trench.

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Vf59a machine gun position 2.

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Plan.

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Vf59a machine gun position the steps down from the trench.

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Vf59a machine gun position passageway.

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Vf59a machine gun position very large ammunition room. I cannot see any bed fittings to the wall so it may not be a living bunker.

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7.92 belted machine gun belts.

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Vf59a machine gun position, not sure what the niche is for??

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Vf59a machine gun position steps to the Tobruk.

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Vf59a machine gun position, this one has its pintle and a 965S7 fitting would be attached to the pintle and an s.MG.34 on another mounting fitted on the top.

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s.MG.34 sitting on a 965S7 fitting and then on the central pintle.

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Vf59a machine gun position

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s.MG.34 sitting on a 965S7 fitting and then on the central pintle.

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s.MG.34 machine gun.

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Vf59a machine gun position the view along Omaha Beach.

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Vf59a machine gun position.

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The view east.

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Now moving down the hill side.

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Plan

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The route down.

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Plan.

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Position for a 7.5cm F.K.235(b).

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7.5cm F.K.235(b).

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One of the actual guns.

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One of the actual guns.

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Position for a 7.5cm F.K.235(b).

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Position for a 7.5cm F.K.235(b) entrance to a tunnel that was not completed to connect the two 7.5cm gun positions.

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One of the actual guns.

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The guns score of hits but I am sure from previous battles not from D-Day.

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The tunnel entrance.

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The other end of the tunnel.

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Small arms ammunition set into the trench system.

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Small arms ammunition set into the trench system.

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Another position.

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APX R 3.7cm KwK 144(f) & co-axle MG.311(f). This gun also could not fire down onto the beach so like most of the guns here literally none could shoot onto the beach.

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Plan of the turret.

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3.7cm shell plan.

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Co-axle MG.311(f).

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Small field bunker.

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Plan.

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Food prep.

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Small field bunker entrance. This is probably a command post for the lower part of the hill and should have had a field telephone link from the observation on the hill so that the two field guns could be targeted.

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FF 33 Feldfernsprecher.

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Radio.

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Small field bunker inside showing the walls and windows..

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Small field bunker looking out of the door..

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Small field bunker date it was built. Who was AK??.

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Wasser bunker, I am not sure if this bunker should or did have an end wall, if not there are two answers here:
One it could have not been finished and was used as a bunker.
Two it could have had a water tank fitted inside.
The hole in the top is to fill the bunker/tank with water.

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Plan.

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Wasser tank.

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FOX 1 Draw.

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The beach looking east.

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The beach looking west.

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How it would have looked.

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D-Day started very early with B17 and Liberators bombing the beach defences. They actually bombed late and killed far more cows than anything else. Then the ships started firing on beach targets and inland batteries. Next LCT(R) tank landing craft filled with rockets. About 6.30 swimming Sherman tanks should have swum in but there was a terrible problem and most sank. Then the Infantry landed with no or little support. The LCT(R) most rockets fell short. So as the landing craft came in, machine guns started firing into the craft and the infantry running up the beach. With Wn60 L Company landed past Wn60 and managed to come along the beach and up into FOX1 draw. Most of the weapons and observation could not see down below the lip of the hill. One reason why the defenders were hampered in seeing what was going on was that the USS Doyle and other destroyers were firing directly at them keeping their heads down.

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Sommerfeld tracking.

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Watercolor by Dwight Shepler, showing the USS Emmons foreground and her sister-ship, the USS Doyle, to the right, within a few hundred yards of the landing beach, mixing it up with German shore batteries on D-Day.

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Remains of Sommerfeld tracking.

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Sommerfeld tracking.

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Sommerfeld tracking actually being used on Omaha Beach.

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Sommerfeld tracking remains in the cliff.

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Not sure what it was??

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This is the cliff edge that protected L Company when their landing craft took them too far to the east and turned around and landed here under the cliff, thus the Grenadiers on the hill could not see them and they managed to get ashore in pretty good condition.

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With the picture below you could have a Now and Then photo.

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With the picture above you could have a Now and Then photo.
Sheltering under the cliff.

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More wounded sheltering from the battle.

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Bigot map

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A Bigot map showing the defences of Wn60 produced just before D-Day and would be seen by US troops before they landed.

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As soon as the battle was over the area became a staging post for the advance into France. Whole areas of the battlefield were turned over from a defence to a massive transit camp. The plan shows what Wn60 furthest to the right was used for.

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If you look carefully nearly the whole of Wn60 is now taken over as a transit sleeping area as it is full of tents.

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Pyramid tent.

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