France Batterie Todt, Atlantic Wall Museum

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Gert Lucas

About this spot
Battery Todt (German: Batterie Todt, ex Batterie Siegfried) Is a coastal battery built by the German Wehrmacht during the Second World War. The complex was built by Organization Todt, near the French village of Audinghen, on the Canal at Cap Gris-Nez in the Pas-de-Calais department. It was part of the Atlantic Wall and the armament consisted of four cannons with a caliber of 38 centimeters. The maximum range was 55 kilometers and the shells could reach England.

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https://www.batterietodt.com/


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