The museum, housed in a bunker of the type "Seeburg", is located south west of Marlins. This bunker was used by the Germans as a communicationcenter for the collection of radio signals to intercept allied bombers. The Germans used a Seeburgtisch: a glass table on which the positions of the allied and German aircraft were kept with lights.
The museum gives visitors an impression of the bunker complex and communicationscenter.
For current visiting hours, please visit the website of the museum.
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- Text: Ewoud van Eig
- Photos: Louise Vos