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German WWII bunkers re-opened

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A network of WWII bunkers and gun turrets known as the Atlantic Wall, built by the Germans as a defence against an Allied invasion in France, are being opened to the public.

Hugh Schofield reports on the bunkers that have always been symbols of defeat and collaboration.


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