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Colonne de la Grande Armée, Stp Buschwindröschen

Coming from Fort de la Crèche and driving east on the D96, keep left in the village Terlincthun. You pass a British WW-1 cemetery. Where the terrain raises on your right hand is a 630. This ridge can be visited from the eastside by taken the road right, until you reach a monument with a long lane where Napoleon inspected his marching troops. The area is called after this relic of French military history.
The Germans called it S├╝tzpunkt Buschwindröschen, the forest anemone.

Colonne de la Grande Armée, Stp Buschwindröschen

The 630 was built in mirrorview. The tree grows where the Mg-plate once was. The Tobruk is in front. (2000)