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Mouth of the cavern Bronsdalgroeve 2019

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Until the summer of 1944 the diver’s inn remained in use. In July of the same year, the Germans shifted some production lines from Philips, as for example the production of radio receivers, from Eindhoven to the bombproof lime caves in the province of Limburg. One of the new sites was in the immediate vicinity of the diver’s inn.

This was about the the Bronsdal cave (Bronsdalgroeve).

Pierre Schunck

Album : Schunck-Cremers

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