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Contrary to what we have been told, the Maginot Line functioned perfectly and did everything that was expected of it. After the war, the Maginot Line wrongly became the ideal scapegoat for the greatest military and political disaster ever suffered by France.

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Thousands tour Maginot Line, a WWII relic

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FORT DU HACKENBERG, France — In the 1930s, the Maginot Line was viewed as a military marvel, an impregnable network of underground fortifications stretching along France’s border with Germany — from Belgium to Switzerland — designed to stop the Nazi onslaught and prevent a repeat of the bloody trench warfare of World War I.

Lost images of World War II

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Lost Images of World War II is a website owned by T. Scott Pinkowski featuring the photo collection of his grandfather, Staff Sergeant Jerry Pinkowski of the 347th Ordnance Depot Company.

These photos serve as a chronicle of his journey across France, Luxembourg and Germany during the war in Europe as his unit chased General Patton’s Third Army. After coming home, his pictures of World War II were put away in a dusty hatbox and forgotten for almost 50 years, until they were rediscovered after his death in 1993.

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