1./A.R.149, Camiers.

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1./A.R.149, Camiers.

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1./A.R.149.
4 pieces of 10.5 cm K325 (f).

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10.5 cm K325 (f).

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10.5 cm K325 (f).

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10.5 cm K325 (f) horse drawn artillery abandond in a retreat.

1./A.R.149, Camiers.

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German map of the area.

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The German army plan of the area

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The plan is not very easy to read. The red line is the railway.

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1./A.R.149, Camiers.

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The next set of of bunkers are possibly in the area of the 1./AR.149.

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Two Abri (shelters), one may be a kitchen and the other quarters for the cooks.

1./A.R.149, Camiers.

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This is where they are.

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1./A.R.149, Camiers.

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23 September 1943

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An allied aerial photo the battery position.

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An aerial photo of what I think is the position of 1./A.R.149.
1st battery 149th Artillery Regiment. You can see the four gun positions laid out and the straight lines are command cables buried in the ground.

1./A.R.149, Camiers.

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The first Abri (shelter)

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The white oblong in the air photo is where these Abri are located.
Some say it may have been a kitchen? There is a large chimney vent in the roof.

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1./A.R.149, Camiers.

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31 October 2014

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Inside the first room with a large vent in the roof.

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1./A.R.149, Camiers.

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31 October 2014

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Looking out.

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1./A.R.149, Camiers.

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1./A.R.149, Camiers.

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The second Abri.

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1./A.R.149, Camiers.

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This one is more of a shelter as it has a much stronger roof and covered in earth.

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1./A.R.149, Camiers.

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The room.

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1./A.R.149, Camiers.

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31 October 2014

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There may be more here?

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