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Thread: Blockhaus d'Eperlecques & Other WW2 Sites in Northern France

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quinten View Post
    The big question for me is: how do you pronounce Eperlecques. There's a few places places in Northern France that end "....ecques". Is it ESK or ECK?
    The answer is out there:



    But Churchill was still right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dubster View Post
    Also found the blockhaus fascinating, and equally impressive/scary/intimidating For anyone visiting there is a great campsite down the road (with pool and bar) in the grounds of an old manor house...
    https://www.chateau-gandspette.com/c...de-calais.html

    Was going to recommend la coupole but see you were there already.. have you visited any of the Maginot line fortifications?
    Stated there a few times, nice site. Recommended

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