Artillery headquarters

This command post, of the same type as that of the infantry headquarters, was flanked on its left by a coal bunker in place of the tobruk, and has a longer corridor, leading to a semi-circular dome. buried, the opening of which was to allow the use of a periscope.

This post commanded the battalion I./1716, notably ensuring the coordination of fire from the sector’s batteries, including the Colleville battery, “MORRIS”, and the Merville battery, on the other side of the mouth of the Orne. .

Opposite this command post, the association reconstructed the beginning of a trench, relying on the remaining gravel bottom of the original trench.

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