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The book covers the fortifications of Central Europe, which refers mainly to the lands of the former Holy . Chapter 1 is an introduction with a useful glossary and description of the central position and changes in fortifications.

The book covers the fortifications of Central Europe, which refers mainly to the lands of the former Holy Roman Empire represented today to 20th century Germany, Austria, and Czechoslovakia. The second volume (the Neutral States) covers Belgium, Netherlands, and Switzerland, which were also once part of the Holy Roman Empire. Chapter 2 covers what happened after the Napoleonic Wars to the German states including in territories controlled by Prussia and Austria.

During the winter and spring 1945 battles in Luxembourg, the American grave service recovered the remains of German . The Forts and Fortifications of Europe 1815-1945: The Central States: Germany, Austria-Hungary and Czechoslovakia.

During the winter and spring 1945 battles in Luxembourg, the American grave service recovered the remains of German casualties of the Battle of Bulge and buried them in two provisional burial grounds; the Germans in Sandweiler, the Americans in Hamm. Following an agreement reached in 1952 between the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg and the Federal Republic of Germany, German remains from 150 different cemeteries throughout Luxembourg were moved to Sandweiler German war cemetery however those in Clausen were left in place.

The authors describe how defensive lines and structures on a massive scale were constructed along national frontiers to deter aggression. The Germans, Austro-Hungarians and Czechs all embarked on ambitious building programs.

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An authoritative history of the defensive lines built in Central Europe during the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Essential reading and reference for anyone who is fascinated by the history of fortification.

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English | November 2, 2014 | ISBN: 1848848064 | 256 pages | AZW3 | 12 Mb
After the Napoleonic Wars the borders of Central Europe were redrawn and relative peace endured across the region, but the volatile politics of the late nineteenth century generated an atmosphere of fear and distrust, and it gave rise to a new era of fortress building, and this is the subject of this highly illustrated new study. The authors describe how defensive lines and structures on a massive scale were constructed along national frontiers to deter aggression. The Germans, Austro-Hungarians and Czechs all embarked on ambitious building programs. Artillery positions, barbed-wire networks, casemates, concrete bunkers, trench lines, observation posts all sprang up in a vain attempt to keep the peace and to delay the invader. The strategic thinking that gave rise to these defensive schemes is described in detail in this study, as is the planning, design and construction of the lines themselves. Their operational history in wartime, in particular during the Second World War, is a key element of the account.

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