I am on holiday in Denmark at the moment - the last time I visited Jutland`s west coast was in 1977. Back then, as a boy, I was fascinated with the bunkers on that coast line. Coming back now I realize how late in the war the Germans continued their bunker building efforts on this stretch of the Artlantikwall. Take a look at this: The "Tirpitz-Stellung" in Blavand - it was started in July 1944. It was supposed to accomodate 38 cm guns in twin turrets of the disused battleship "Gneisenau" to protect the harbour of Esbjerg. Apparently two of these emplacements were planned - only one is visible and accessible because it houses a museum nowadays. The emplacement was never equipped with the guns - the barrels had been delivered but remained on a train in a nearby train station.