Girish Mahajan

Anti tank obstacles

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Anti-tank obstacles

Anti-tank obstacles include, but are not limited to:

  • The Czech hedgehog and Dragon's teeth are the most famous types of World War II anti-tank obstacles.
  • Anti-tank trenches were used on the western front during World War I.
  • Anti-tank mines are the most common anti-tank obstacles.
  • For implementation of various anti-tank obstacles:

  • For British anti-tank obstacles, see: British anti-invasion preparations of World War II#Lines and islands.
  • The Korean Demilitarized Zone is known to have very large minefields.
  • The Berlin Wall used many different obstacles, including several types of anti-tank obstacles.
  • The Atlantic Wall used many different obstacles, including several types of anti-tank obstacles.
  • The Czechoslovak border fortifications used many different obstacles, including several types of anti-tank obstacles.
  • The Mannerheim Line used many different obstacles, including several types of anti-tank obstacles.
  • The Maginot Line used many different obstacles, including several types of anti-tank obstacles.
  • References

    Anti-tank obstacles Wikipedia


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