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Sods of earth for camouflaging the positions have been removed in the rear from beneath trees and brush (9). The forward perimeter and flanks are protected by a double-apron barbed wire fence (a 'Flanders fence', 8) some 30-50m from the positions, keeping the troops beyond hand-grenade range. In the battery Command Post (E), ATS personnel would operate the heightfinder (F), spotting binoculars (G), and the predictor (H). HAA gun, one of the earlier guns on the site, covered by a camouflage screen. The guns formed part of an integrated system of anti-invasion defences. The men of the battery were billeted in the hotel next to the No.2 Gun.
An early-war rifle platoon (Zug) defensive position is depicted here with all three squads (Gruppe, labelled A, B and C) deployed on line. It was intended that the squad light machine guns (2) be positioned to cover the entire platoon front without gaps, but this was not always possible.
A 3.7cm anti-armour gun (5) and two heavy machine-gun squads (6) have been attached to the platoon along with an anti-armour rifle troop (7).
The platoon's 5cm light mortar (4) is positioned to the rear, but in a place where it could observe its target area, as it had no observers.
Anti-tank cubes form the next level of protection (D), with concertina barbed wire laid behind them.
Along the beach and behind the battery and observation post (F), tubular scaffolding has been erected to hinder both landings by boat and troop movements (C).