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Seconde guerre mondiale
A book signed After The Battle the magazine "Cross-Channel Guns – After The Battle 029".
During the Second world War, the guns transmanches were pieces of coastal artillery at long range, placed on the Channel coast in Kent, England, and in the Pas-de-Calais, France, where England is closest to continental Europe. They were intended to bombard enemy ships in the Channel and towns and military installations.
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