Group Fortifications of Aisne, Verny

The , renamed Group Fortifications of Aisne by the French in 1919, is a fort of the second fortified belt of forts from Metz, in Moselle. This group fortification, built in the municipalities of Pournoy-la-Grasse and of Verny, controlled the valley of the Seille. It had its baptism of fire in late 1944, when the Battle of Metz occurred.
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  • Very informative guided tour from Raymond Decker ADFM association. Easy to find just off D913. It's not far from the great flea market  more »

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