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Fort & Bunker Magazine

Discussion in 'Books and Media' started by Isiah_Sheepworrier, Mar 10, 2012.

  1. Isiah_Sheepworrier

    Isiah_Sheepworrier 28DL Full Member
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    Firstly a big thanks to Oxygen Thief for passing on the publisher's email to me.

    Fort & Bunker is a quarterly publication in Sweden that deals, surprisingly enough, with forts, bunkers and other associated structures. There's also bits on other military-related stuff as well. (You'll have to bear with me, Scandanavian languages are not a area of expertise of mine :)). Of course, we all know from Benkar's posts on here what mental bunkers they have in Sweden

    The owner asked if I could supply some of the images of the tank turrets I found in the bunkers in Greece last summer.


    This is the result. (I'm well chuffed) :D


    A scan of the current issue's cover as well


    Here is a link to the magazine itself.


    If you Google bunker.nu, you can get a Google translation of the site. They do a weekly newsletter, that has some really interesting stuff on it

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  2. Oxygen Thief

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    Nice one mate, well worth the effort that was.
  3. Seffy

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    Nicely done dude, good work.
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