Updated May 29 2010
Occupied Feb 1 1943: 3/H.K.A.A. 823 - Nov 15 1943: 3/H.K.A.A. 1240
According to 'Atlantik Wall In Zeeland en Vlaanderen' this strongpoint was called Stp Schöffer but this seems to be a mistake.
This position was constructed with the following armement and bunkers:
6(not 4) x 15.5 K.418(f) with
range of 19.5km
1 x 3.7cm Flak
1 x 2cm Flak
1 x 2cm Kw.K
6 x M.G.
1 x 60cm searchlight
Bunkertypes: 8 x 134, 134K, 196(probably), 7 x 501, 2 x 502, 3(not 2) x L402, L411, 1 x Leitstand
4 X 679 were planned but never build.
The R637 was located on another
The R680 is probably a mistake.
There is at least still 1 Vf2a left.(see further)
(Thanks to Pierrot for providing me the corrected information)
Google Earth location map.
There's a slight offset with the 134k, location is a little more North.
Clicking the picture will give you a kml file.
It will be completed in the future.
Protected Entrance of the 134K(üche) bunker.
The first(right) and second(left) room still have their armoured doors type 434 P 01(Eingangstür) The red circle is a Gas Proof sign.
434 P 01 door.
Inside the first room.
Some drawings and calculations on the wall, date 15-4-1943 is written in one of the niches.
Typical Atlantic Wall Bunker grill.
The 134's bunker number OST-W 09-212 with St(andig) sign.
Behind the 134K there are some signs of tunnels and other constructions.
Not accessible, to many volts here.
Above and around the Vf2a.
A memorial sign, commemorating 11 citizens and a unknown number of german soldiers.
The Kriegsbahn is still in this area.
Walking around you will find much debris of Atlantic Wall constructions. The other, much more recent Atlantic Wall is rising at the horizon.
Maybe a gun pit.
At the other side of the dunes there's a Tobruk, I don't know if it is assigned to Stp Von Leeb however.