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The Atlantic Wall (2): Belgium, the Netherlands, Denmark and Norway - Fortress No. 89 (Paperback)
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The Atlantic Wall (2): Belgium, the Netherlands, Denmark and Norway - Fortress No. 89 (Paperback)

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Paperback 64 Pages / Published: 10/11/2009
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Germany's Atlantic Wall was the most ambitious military fortification program of World War II. Following its conquest of Western Europe, Germany had to defend some 5,000km of Atlantic coastline from the Spanish border to the Arctic Circle. The United States' entry into the war and the inevitability of an Anglo-American landing in Western Europe resulted in the fortification of this coastline along its entire length. Focusing on the northern Atlantic Wall in the Low Countries and Scandinavia, this title addresses the special defensive features and unique aspects of fortification in these countries, such as the early focus on fortifying Norway, due to early British commando raids; the greater use of turreted naval guns; and, the establishment of first-line Flak defences in the Low Countries to counter the Allied strategic bombing campaign.

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
ISBN: 9781846033933
Number of pages: 64
Weight: 257 g
Dimensions: 248 x 184 x 5 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS
.".. a clear and interesting work, in a field where too little of the source materials is in English. It is unreservedly recommended to anyone with an interest in World War 2 Coastal defense." -Bolling Smith, "Coast Defense Journal" (March 2010)

"Other recommendations for specialty military history collections include... Steven Zaloga's "The Atlantic Wall (2"), covering Belgium, the Netherlands, Denmark and Norway as it surveys Germany's ambitious Atlantic Wall program of World War II." -"The Bookwatch" (January 2010)

"Author Steven J. Zaloga takes us through the planning, design and implementation of these defenses while giving us a look at what it was like to live with these structures. The illustrations of Adam Hook allow us to have a look inside many of the different defenses and see how they were designed to work and complement each other. Thankfully, many of the massive and even smaller defense positions are still extant and the book has a considerable number of period and current photos of these sites. There is even a section on visiting these places, many of which are easily accessible and part of museums and memorials. In all a fascinating look at some of the more interesting defensive structures of WWII. A book that you are sure to enjoy." -Scott Van Aken, "Modeling Madness / www.modelingmadness.com "(February 2010)
..". a clear and interesting work, in a field where too little of the source materials is in English. It is unreservedly recommended to anyone with an interest in World War 2 Coastal defense." -Bolling Smith, "Coast Defense Journal" (March 2010)
"Otherrecommendations for specialty military history collections include... Steven Zaloga's "The Atlantic Wall (2"), covering Belgium, the Netherlands, Denmark and Norway as it surveys Germany's ambitious Atlantic Wall program of World War II." -"The Bookwatch" (January 2010)
"Author Steven J. Zaloga takes us through the planning, design and implementation of these defenses while giving us a look at what it was like to live with these structures. The illustrations of Adam Hook allow us to have a look inside many of the different defenses and see how they were designed to work and complement each other. Thankfully, many of the massive and even smaller defense positions are still extant and the book has a considerable number of period and current photos of these sites. There is even a section on visiting these places, many of which are easily accessible and part of museums and memorials. In all a fascinating look at some of the more interesting defensive structures of WWII. A book that you are sure to enjoy." -Scott Van Aken, "Modeling Madness / www.modelingmadness.com "(February 2010)"

...a clear and interesting work, in a field where too little of the source materials is in English. It is unreservedly recommended to anyone with an interest in World War 2 Coastal defense. "Bolling Smith, Coast Defense Journal (March 2010)"

Other recommendations for specialty military history collections include... Steven Zaloga's The Atlantic Wall (2), covering Belgium, the Netherlands, Denmark and Norway as it surveys Germany's ambitious Atlantic Wall program of World War II. "The Bookwatch (January 2010)"

Author Steven J. Zaloga takes us through the planning, design and implementation of these defenses while giving us a look at what it was like to live with these structures. The illustrations of Adam Hook allow us to have a look inside many of the different defenses and see how they were designed to work and complement each other. Thankfully, many of the massive and even smaller defense positions are still extant and the book has a considerable number of period and current photos of these sites. There is even a section on visiting these places, many of which are easily accessible and part of museums and memorials. In all a fascinating look at some of the more interesting defensive structures of WWII. A book that you are sure to enjoy. "Scott Van Aken, Modeling Madness, www.modelingmadness.com (February 2010)""


-...a clear and interesting work, in a field where too little of the source materials is in English. It is unreservedly recommended to anyone with an interest in World War 2 Coastal defense.- --Bolling Smith, Coast Defense Journal (March 2010)

-Other recommendations for specialty military history collections include... Steven Zaloga's The Atlantic Wall (2), covering Belgium, the Netherlands, Denmark and Norway as it surveys Germany's ambitious Atlantic Wall program of World War II.- --The Bookwatch (January 2010)

-Author Steven J. Zaloga takes us through the planning, design and implementation of these defenses while giving us a look at what it was like to live with these structures. The illustrations of Adam Hook allow us to have a look inside many of the different defenses and see how they were designed to work and complement each other. Thankfully, many of the massive and even smaller defense positions are still extant and the book has a considerable number of period and current photos of these sites. There is even a section on visiting these places, many of which are easily accessible and part of museums and memorials. In all a fascinating look at some of the more interesting defensive structures of WWII. A book that you are sure to enjoy.- --Scott Van Aken, Modeling Madness, www.modelingmadness.com (February 2010)


..".a clear and interesting work, in a field where too little of the source materials is in English. It is unreservedly recommended to anyone with an interest in World War 2 Coastal defense." --Bolling Smith, Coast Defense Journal (March 2010)

"Other recommendations for specialty military history collections include... Steven Zaloga's The Atlantic Wall (2), covering Belgium, the Netherlands, Denmark and Norway as it surveys Germany's ambitious Atlantic Wall program of World War II." --The Bookwatch (January 2010)

"Author Steven J. Zaloga takes us through the planning, design and implementation of these defenses while giving us a look at what it was like to live with these structures. The illustrations of Adam Hook allow us to have a look inside many of the different defenses and see how they were designed to work and complement each other. Thankfully, many of the massive and even smaller defense positions are still extant and the book has a considerable number of period and current photos of these sites. There is even a section on visiting these places, many of which are easily accessible and part of museums and memorials. In all a fascinating look at some of the more interesting defensive structures of WWII. A book that you are sure to enjoy." --Scott Van Aken, Modeling Madness, www.modelingmadness.com (February 2010)

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