Errata to Volume 2, Chapter 3.




    When I did my field survey of GINSTER I was severely "distracted" by young curious and slightly possessive (their pasture) cows with very pointed horns.  But I did in my haste note the presence of an underground construction, and I happened to mention the fact to "The Schrøder Bloodhounds".  This is the result of their work.  An underground, apparently LS-Keller in FA Brick Construction, quite unprecedented in Ln-Stellungen in Denmark.


  The northern entrance.   A view towards the northern entrance.  


  Probable rooms for toilets   The collapsed part.  


  Reconstruction.   Original German drawing of the Splitterschütz.  
  Updated page on GINSTER.