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World War 2 Pillboxes and Anti-Invasion Defences in the UK
In 1940, a network of defences was hastily built all over the British Isles to prevent an anticipated German invasion. Sited at road junctions, canals and other strategic points these constructions were called "pillboxes". This site attempts to show what remains of them today.
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