Ouvrage Grand-Hohékirkel - Description

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Grand-Hohékirkel comprises two entrance blocks, three infantry blocks, one artillery block and an observation block. The munitions and personnel entries are located to the rear of the compactly arranged combat blocks. A small barracks and usine or service area are located near the personnel entry. Grand-Hohékirkel lacks a main "M1" magazine, usually provided in a gros ouvrage. From the junction of the entry galleries a gallery runs at an average depth of 30 metres (98 ft) to the combat blocks.

  • Block 1: Infantry block with one retractable twin machine gun turret and one automatic rifle cloche (GFM).
  • Block 2: Infantry block with two GFM cloches, two twin machine gun cloches, one twin machine gun embrasure and one machine gun (JM)/47mm anti-tank gun embrasure (JM/AC47).
  • Block 3: Infantry block with two GFM cloches, one twin machine gun cloche, one twin machine gun embrasure and one JM/AC 47 embrasure.
  • Block 4: Artillery block with one GFM cloche, one observation cloche (VDP), one grenade launcher cloche (LG) and one 75mm gun embrasure.
  • Block 5: Observation block with one GFM cloche and one GFM/observation cloche.
  • Personnel entry: Shaft-style entry block with one GFM cloche and one JM/AC47 embrasure.
  • Munitions entry: Direct entry block with two GFM cloches and one JM/AC47 embrasure.

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