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Luchtwachttorens in Nederland : industrieel erfgoed uit de Koude Oorlog by Hans Sakkers1
Atlantikwall in Zeeland en Vlaanderen gedurende opbouw en strijd 1942-1944 by Hans Sakkers2
Walcheren, een fotografisch document : Duitse oorlogsfotografie 1940-1944 by Johan den Hollander3
"Deutschland" verovert Zeeland De Duitse inval in Zeeland, mei 1940 by J. N. Houterman4
Festung Hoek van Holland : een parel van de Atlantikwall aan de Nieuwe Waterweg, 1942-1945 by Hans Sakkers5
Osttruppen in westelijk Nederland : Sovjetmilitairen en Panjepaardjes in Zeeland, 1943-1944 by J. N. Houterman6
Generalfeld marschall Rommel -opperbevelhebber Heeresgruppe B 5 non1943-6 juni 1944 by Hans Sakkers7
Festung St.-Malo : een eindstrijd tot het uiterste, 5 aug.-2 sept. 1944 by Hans Sakkers8
Walcheren bevrijd; een fotografisch overzicht van de operaties ter bevrijding van Walcheren in november 1944 by J. N. Houterman9
Normandie, 6. Juni 1944 im Spiegel der deutschen Kriegstagebücher : der Grossangriff auf den Atlantikwall by Hans Sakkers11
Batterij Baskensburg, Het laatste bunkercomplex van Vlissingen aan de Atlantikwall by Hans Sakkers13
Stützpunkt Groede : van artillerieopstelling in de Atlantikwall tot Groede Podium, 1942-2010 by Ben Muller14
Flaktürme : Wien, Hamburg, Berlin by Hans Sakkers15
De commandobunker van Hilversum : hoofdkwartier van de Atlantikwall in Nederland : met biografieën van de bevelhebbers General der Flieger Christiansen en Generaloberst Blaskowitz by Joep Bremmers16
Een vestingbouwkundige wandeling langs bunkers van de Atlantikwall in het zuidwestelijke deel van Festung IJmuiden by Hans Sakkers18
Luchtdoelbatterij op fort Dirksz. Admiraal : onderdeel van de Atlantikwall in Den Helder by Jan Lugtmeijer20

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