Thursday, 31 March 2011

auf der Nordseeküste


During World War 2, when Great Britain stood alone in Western Europe against Nazi Germany , invasion was a real possibility. Coastal defences were built at possible beachheads, such as these anti-tank blocks near Alnmouth, Northumberland, which, some 70 years later resist in vain  the encroaching waves atop an ever rising North Sea.

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