During my trip to Dieppe I visited the bunker V2 Eperlecques in France But first I visited a Dombunker, these were built by the Germans and used to protect their rail guns against air attacks. (Bron) 1941-2013 Then I visited the V2 bunker. The owner makes sufficient publicity for his museum. In front of the door a Pak 43 Here a Pak 43 on the Eastern Front in 1943 In March 1943 began the construction of the bunker, the intention was that V2 rockets from France to England would be shot. During construction 1943/44 the Allies bomb the building 25 times, but the complex will eventually be ready for third because September 1944 Canadians took it. The damage from the bombing is clearly visible. Some bombs penetrated the concrete. Bombing traces in the site visible. On June 19 and July 27, 1944, the complex was bombarded with Tallboy’s As it looked in 1944 (exact date unknown) In the museum much remains of the building and archaeological finds. Furthermore, a V1 launcher. And the remains of an original V1 The museum is well equipped with information boards and outside German material is also allied to see. Outside the museum is a monument to the workers who died during the bombing, it employed 3,000 laborers but also volunteers from the area. 2 kilometers away is the river l 'Aa on this river were the materials supplied. Of the unloading area is a bit to find. A heavily overgrown loading & unloading place. And pieces of rails, between the river and the construction site was a railway line that is now gone. The Germans progressed many houses in the area such as the headquarters for their construction company.