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eMedals-A Second War German Bier Stein in Remembrance of the Siegfried Line (West Wall)

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A Second War German Bier Stein in Remembrance of the Siegfried Line (West Wall)

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A Second War German Bier Stein in Remembrance of the Siegfried Line (West Wall)

A half-liter clay Bier Stein in remembrance of the Siegfried Line; “Zur Erinnerung an die Westwallzeit” on mug - depicting concrete bunkers, a river, and a german Höcklerlinie (Dragon Teeth) of anti-tank traps; 97 mm diameter, 125 mm tall; “Germany” and maker markings present on bottom of mug but illegible; light cracking on bottom of mug and cracking of enamel coating inside of mug; overall fine condition. Footnote: The Westwall is a german term for a Second War defensive line built in eastern France in the 1930’s, opposite to the Maginot Line. It stretched for more than 640 km and featured more than 18,000 bunkers, tunnels and Dragon Teeth anti-tank traps. During the early years of the war the wall remained mostly untested. Parts of the Siegfried line saw battle in August 1944 following the D-Day invasion when the Germans used it for defensive purposes.
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