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Bunkermuseum Zoutelande tells the story of the German coastal defence system, the Atlantic Wall, in Zeeland. It also focuses on the Allied landings during the Battle of the Scheldt in November 1944.
Bunkermuseum Zoutelande is located in two bunkers that were part of Stützpunkt Lohengrin. The museum was officially opened on 21 June 2002. In one of the bunkers, visitors can see how German soldiers lived and worked during the war. In the other bunker, information is given on the liberation of Walcheren.
The museum is managed by the Bunker Preservation Foundation (Stichting Bunkerbehoud). It is dedicated to the preservation of World War II and Cold War defences in Zeeland.
Visit the Zeeuwse Ankers website (Zeeland Anchors) for comprehensive information, personal stories and videos about the Battle of the Scheldt.