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|The evolution of cement and the military use of concrete; the ability of fortifications to withstand heavy shell fire||p. 9|
|Germans begin constructing permanent defences on the Western Front; British relationships with The Netherlands; geological services and materials supplies for both sides||p. 14|
|British Findings... MORE|
|Information gained following the Battle of the Somme; information gained for later attacks; studies and reports on German use of concrete defences in France and Belgium||p. 27|
|German use of pre-cast block systems; British Army's development of beam/block pill boxes; Moir and Hobbs designs||p. 43|
|External and Internal|
|Camouflage of new constructions inside and outside; comfort inside; change when taken and turned around||p. 68|
|Siegfried Stellung (Hindenburg Line); Dutch border defence line; British defence lines in 1918 (GHQ Line)||p. 83|
|Concrete defences on British coast; anti-submarine forts; German defences on the Belgian coast||p. 115|
|A guide to pill boxes and bunkers still in existence on the British section of the Western Front||p. 119|
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