Remains of the Maginot line (99 Photos)

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  • etcrr

    Biggest White elephant of the french in exisistance

    • Son of Mongo

      Eh, give them a little bit of credit. If the Germans had tried to go through the Maginot they wouldn't have gotten far. It's just, well, France didn't think it's coverage all the way through, and the Germans went around it.

  • whyme1973

    #18 #48 I wouldn't mind exploring that place with these two.

  • mongoose5271

    What a giant waste of money.

    On another note, who is #18???

  • Mike

    This would have been PERFECT…….if airplanes hadn't already been invented…..

    • Son of Mongo

      Like I said above, the Maginot line was actually pretty formidable. The Germans just went around it through Belgium and the Ardennes.

  • http://www.houston-metro-locksmith.com/ Corazon

    Germans had tried to go through the Maginot they wouldn't have gotten far. It's just, well, France didn't think it's coverage all the way through, and the Germans went around it.

  • Toni

    I like the pictures, soon I will go to visit the Maginot line. Can you tell me where these photographs were taken ? Than you.

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