World War I and World War II Defensive Architecture

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Contrary to the title of the Series of Challenges containing it, this individual challenge will be limited to defensive fortifications ACTUALLY USED OR BUILT FOR FOR MILITARY PURPOSES between the beginning of WWI and the end of WWII. That means that some of the Napoleonic and older stuff scattered around Europe, the UK, and elswhere which was reoccupied as a defensive structure during WWI or WWII is fair game. Some areas of Dover Castle might be a good example. Just make sure the WWI or WWII influence is represented in the images. INTERIOR OR EXTERIOR. Think pillboxes, gun emplacements, and such like stuff. IF IN DOUBT, POST IT ANYWAY :)
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Siegfried Line in Germany
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This is part of the Siegfried line ("Westwall") close to Aachen, Germany which was built to stop tanks coming from the West.
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Submitted: Tuesday, 17th September, 2019 06:16 (GMT)
Taken: Tuesday, 17th September, 2019
Focal length: 3.95 mm
Shutter speed: -1/50 sec
Aperture: F1.8
ISO: 50
Notes: Mobile, good light but camera at home :(
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