German Field Fortifications




German Field Fortifications in World War 2. In this video we take a look at different German field strongholds in the Second World War, like trenches, alarm, anti-tank ditches, tank traps, concrete positions, dugout for tanks, field weapons position and a Nebelwerfer position. Additionally, we discuss the general aspects of German field strongholds with quotes from army policies and training pamphlets, like battling power, camouflage, decoy positions and others.

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FM 5-15: Field Fortifications.

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FM 5-15: Engineer Field Manual– Field Fortifications. War Department: Washington, 1940.

H. Dv. 316: Pionierdienst aller Waffen. Verlag E. S. Mittler & Sohn: Berlin, 1935 (1936 ).

FM 5-15: Field Fortifications. Corps of Engineers. War Department: Washington, February 1944.

Merkblatt 57/5: Bildheft Neuzeitlicher Stellungsbau. OKH, General der Pioniere: 1944.

German Field Fortifications in World War 2. In this video we look at various German field strongholds in the Second World War, like trenches, alarm systems, anti-tank ditches, tank traps, concrete positions, dugout for tanks, field weapons position and a Nebelwerfer position. Furthermore, we discuss the basic aspects of German field fortifications with quotes from army policies and training handouts, like fighting power, camouflage, decoy positions and others.

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