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Landlord Vlissingen Vlissingen was an important position during the Second World War It was extended exponentially as part of the German defense line Atlantic Wall. To protect the fortress from being attacked on the back, there was a defensive belt on the country side of the city. This so-called land front consisted of a kilometer-long anti-tank ditch with dozens of casemates behind them for machine-guns and antitank guns. The line began in the west in the dunes of Groot-Valkenisse and Koudekerke to the channel by Walcheren. On the eastern side of the canal, the land front continued towards Ritthem where the line ended in the Schorerpolder at Fort Rammekens. Most of it's land front was retained
September 17, 2018
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