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Books in english (UK)

GERMAN BUNKERS IN DENMARK. PRAK PUBLISHING. MIDDELBURG 2006.

Jens Andersen & Rudi Rolf: German Bunkers in Denmark. PRAK Publishing. Middelburg 2006.

Pris: 299,00 DKK.

THE ATLANTIC WALL FROM NYMINDEGAB TO SKALLINGEN

Vibeke Ebert: The Atlantic Wall from Nymindegab to Skallingen. Blåvandshuk Egnsmuseum, 1992. ISBN 87-980646-8-1.

Pris: 125,00 DKK

ON THE TRIAL OF THY NATIONAL PRAK

The guide consists of three seperate parts: A guide and reference book with descriptions of 30 attractions, including tips and ideas for activities along the way. Cycling map - scale 1:60,000 with national, regional and local cycling routes and 30 attractions. Three hiking maps - scale 1:25,000 with hiking routes and 30 attractions. Together they cover the whole of Thy National Park.

Pris: 149,00 DKK.

ATLANTIKWALL-TYPENHEFT / ATLANTIC WALL TYPOLOGY / TYPOLOGIE DU MUR DE L'ATLANTIQUE.

Rudi Rolf: Regelbauten. Atlantikwall-Typenheft / Atlantic Wall Typology / Typologie du Mur de l'Atlantique. PRAK Publishing, Middelburg 2015. 432 Seiten.

Pris: 250,00 DKK.

THE ATLANTIC WALL - FROM AGGER TO BULBJERG

Hanstholm contains the largest deffensive system erected in the N.Europe during W.W.ll. As part of the German-built Atlantic Wall, which stretched from Murmansk to Spain, the complex contained Army coastal batteries, radar stations and observation posts. Together with the technical infrastructure they supported the major Naval batteries in the area. The author has accessed previously unpublished material which he has combined with his own considerable expertise to present the reader with new aspects of the German Occupation of Denmark between 1940 and 1945. The book is richly illustrated with photographs and maps, much of which is previously unpublished.

Pris: 158,00 DKK.

THE CANNON AT MÖVIK - AN ACCOUNT OF THE GERMANS' BATTERIE VARA

"The book "The Cannon At Møvik - An account of the Germans' Batterie Vara" is a solid document that brings valuable knowledge about the great Atlantic Wall fortress in Kristiansand and puts the German activities in Southern Norway during the Second World War in a much larger perspective than the local history." [...] (Hege Boman Grundekjøn, Chairman of the Foundation Kristiansand Kanonmuseum). Author: Hjalmer I. Sunde Release: 2015. Hardback.

Pris: 349,00 DKK.

DANGER - MINES!

This book is part of a series published to mark the opening of Tirpitz and shares the same ambition: to enable visitors to the west coast to delve deeper into the treasure chest of hidden stories. In this case it is the story of the clearing of almost 1.5 million mines that were left on the west coast at the end of World War II. The book is closely related to the exhibition "Danger - MInes!", which is the first grand special exhibit in Tirpitz end can be seen in 2019-2020. Author: John V. Jensen. Type: Paperback.

Pris: 148,00 DKK.

THE TIRPITZ BATTERY - PART OF THE ATLANTIC WALL

This book is part of a series published in relation to the activities of Tirpitz and shares the Museum's same ambition: to enable visitors to the West Coast to delve deeper into the treasure chest of hidden stories. In this case, the story of the Tirpitz Battery itself. Through underground tunnel, the new museum connects to an unfinished cannon bunker from World War II, which has also given its name to the new museum. The book tells the story of the cannon bunker and the building of the Atlantic Wall in general. Author: John V. Jensen, 2019. Type: Paperback.

Pris: 148,00 DKK

THE ATLANTIC WALL. IN REGIONAL, NATIONAL, AND INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE.

The present book presents papers from a symposium held in Hanstholm, Denmark in May 2018: “The Atlantic Wall, in regional, national, and international perspective”. The symposium was arranged by three Danish museums in Northern Jutland – Museum Thy, Vendsyssel Historiske Museum (Vendsyssel Historical Museum), Nordjyllands Kystmuseum (Coastal Museum of Northern Jutland) – and Aalborg University. The symposium was part of a project entitled “The Atlantic Wall in Northern Jutland”, carried out by the institutions mentioned above and financed by the Velux Foundation in Denmark in the period 2016-18. The aim of the symposium in May 2018 was to situate the findings of the regional project in a national and an international perspective by inviting Danish and European scholars to present results from their research on related subjects. The symposium was organized in four sections: 1) The Atlantic Wall in Europe, 2) Building the Atlantic Wall, 3) The Atlantic Wall, the Danish armed forces and the Cold War, and 4) Musealization of the Atlantic Wall 1945-2017. Editors: Jens Andersen, Chrestina Dahl, Henrik Gjøde Nielsen and Knud Knudsen. Release: 2019. Hardback.

Pris: 250,00 DKK.