Bunkermuseum Terschelling.

Als jongetje van 12 kwam ik voor het eerst op Terschelling.

Ik was helemaal ondersteboven van de bunkers op het eiland.

De meeste bunkers waren helemaal begraven onder het zand,

en enkele waren met gaten toegankelijk gemaakt.

Door de jaren heen ben ik er een aantal keren terug geweest.

De laatste keer in 2016 was ik aangenaam verrast.

De bunkers van de Tiger stellung bij West Terschelling waren uitgegraven,en er is nu een museum van gemaakt.

Wat een werk hebben die mannen en vrouwen daar verricht.


Deze bunker was vroeger bijna geheel onder het zand verdwenen.


Vanaf de binnenkant


Veel bunkers staan met elkaar in verbinding met gangen.


Hier stond afweergeschut op.

Enkele bunkers hadden een radarsysteem waarmee het hele waddengebied in de gaten gehouden werd

andere bunkers hadden mitrailleurs en kannonnen om op vliegtuigen te schieten..

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