Legend of the layout at Azeville as June 6, 1944 1: Casemate No. 1 Regelbau Type H-671 bunker that was built last, a 3.7 cm anti-aircraft had been built on its roof. This bunker is currently a museum. 2: Casemate No. 2 Regelbau Type H-671 The main command post and communications had been installed. The casemates No. 1 and No. 2 had been connected by embankment of earth. 3: Casemate No. 3 Regelbau Type H-650. 4: Casemate No. 4 Regelbau Type H-650, a position for a 3.7 cm anti-aircraft had been built during the work. 5: Shelter semi-underground type R (Regelbau) 621 shelter for 10 personnel. 6: Shelter semi-underground type R 134 SK for pharmacy and nursing station, which also contained a generator. 7: 2 semi-buried shelters of the type 2b VF shelter campaign strengthened; unused ammunition bunker, then served the northern part of the first command post of the battery as officer quarters. 8: Concrete observation post with a rotating machine gun. 9: Tobruk concrete position for one man; a design of Rommel, the first models had been made at the end of fighting in North Africa. 10: 4 small concrete shelters or observation positions for MG. 11: Position containing an MG. 12: 2 infantry bunkers for ammunition. 13: Underground tunnel made from concrete. 14: Tunnel improvised, not concrete, covered by curved corrugated iron. 15: Entry of the concrete tunnel network. 16: Trenches straight without zigzags at the flak position. 17: Trench ending in a position to campaign for MG, 45 meters northeast. 18: Water wells in the tunnel. 19: 2 sources that held water tanks. 20: One of four former concrete platforms on which were placed 10.5 cm cannons before the completion, when finalised It then placed a 3.7 cm anti-aircraft, which was subsequently installed on the roof of the bunker 4. 21: Barrack that held the Casino. 22: Water station used incase of fire. 23: Place for current car parking at the museum. 24: The house where the commander at Azeville, Hauptmann Dr. Treiber, had his quarters. 25: Storage of building materials.