Maginot Line at War has as a collection of more than 5,000 original wartime photographs related to the
Photographs of one of the Maginot Line's largest fortresses.
The U.S. National Archives and Records Adminstration (NARA) has a large collection of captured WWII German and French
(captured from the Germans) still photographs. The Maginot Line is well represented in the holdings.
Information not shared is lost! Here is list
of the publications to which the maginotlineatwar.com has contributed photographs:
39-45 Magazine (No. 234, May 2006). "La Ligne Maginot livrée aux Allemands." Part 1 of an article
about surrender of the Maginot Line to the Germans.
39-45 Magazine (No. 235, June 2006). "La Ligne Maginot livrée aux Allemands." Part 2 of
an article about surrender of the Maginot Line to the Germans.
Histoire de Guerre (No. 71, July-August 2006). "A l'assaut du Kerfent." An article
about the German assault of Fort Kerfent in June 1940.
De Maginot Linie, Van de Noordzee tot de Rijn by Frank Philippart (Lannoo: Tielt, 2008). A Dutch-language
history of the Maginot Line from its inception to combat in 1940.
The German Fortress of Metz, 1870-1944 by Clayton Donnell (Osprey Publishing: Oxford, 2008). A description
of German Moselstellung (Moselle Position) of Metz-Thionville which served as a secoundary postion for the Maginot Line
and was attacked by General Patton’s Third Army’s in 1944.