Ouvrage Kobenbusch - Description


Kobenbusch is a relatively compact gros ouvrage, with a short main gallery leading in from the munitions and personnel entrances past to underground barracks to the combat blocks. Unusually for a gros ouvrage, it possesses no "M1" main ammunition magazine.

  • Ammunition entrance: Shaft entry, two automatic rifle cloches (GFM), 3 FM embrasures and a machine gun/47mm anti-tank gun (JM/AC47) embrasure.
  • Personnel entrance: Shaft entry, one GFM cloche and one JM/AC47 embrasure.
  • Block 1: one machine gun turret and GFM cloche.
  • Block 2: one machine gun embrasure (JM), a JM/AC47 embrasure and two GFM cloches.
  • Block 3: one observation cloche (VDP) and a GFM cloche.
  • Block 4: one machine-gun turret, a machine gun cloche (JM) and a GM cloche.
  • Block 5: one 75mm turret and a GFm cloche.
  • Block 6: one 50mm mortar turret and a GFM cloche.
  • Block 7: three 75mm gun embrasures, two GFM cloches and a grenade launcher cloche (LG).


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