Welcome to Bunkersite.com

From 1933 to 1945 the German third Reich constructed a huge amount of defensive objects all over Europe. From trenches and field order gun positions to gigantic gun casemates along the coasts and the giant Flaktürmen in the cities, German fortifications left their marks and scars in the European landscape. All these different constructions are one of the last reminders of a very divided Europe. They are also part of a last generation of static defences built on such a large scale.

Let us guide you along the Atlantikwall, Südwall, Westwall and other defensive lines in Europe and share our pictures, experiences and the obtained information with you.

Website in transition

After 20 years this website needed a major update. Bigger pictures, broader content, easier to access. We’re working on it, it will take time. In the meantime you’ll switch between the old and new website, while we’re gradually updating it! Sorry for the inconvenience!

Support Bunkersite.com

For over 20 years we have published photos and information for free, with no advertisements. We’ll continue to do so, but if you like to support our work you can do so through bymeacoffee.com and Patreon.