References

Useful websites from other Border Enthusiasts

  1. Jan Krogh’s Geosite, a leading website in the area and one I use a lot for research http://geosite.jankrogh.com/
  2. Jannis Deeleman’s website on the Belgian Border and wider European borders http://www.grenspalen.com/
  3. Jannis Deelman’s website on his various trips to European borders http://www.borders.nu/index.html
  4. Hugh’s Border Blog http://borderhunting.blogspot.com/
  5. Eberhard Gutberlett’s Germany focused website http://www.grenzsteine.de/index.php
  6. Rolf Palmberg’s Tripoint spotting http://www.ibrg.info/palmberg/
  7. Rolf Palmberg’s Borders Borders Borders: http://www.ibrg.info/palmberg/borders.htm
  8. Peter Hering’s  Border Pictures http://www.ibrg.info/mafiapetedk/phtp3.html
  9. Harry ten Veen Borderland http://members.ziggo.nl/veenhh/borderland.htm
  10. Michael Moll Die Weltenbummler.   A German Language Website with a focus on geographical points of interest and tripoints: https://www.dieweltenbummler.de/dreilaenderecke/

Other useful resources

  1. IBRU: Centre for Borders Research https://www.dur.ac.uk/ibru/
  2. Museum of Polish Border Guard https://muzeumsg.strazgraniczna.pl/muz/granica/system-ochrony-granic/1945-1990-1/9946,Ochrona-fizyczna-1945-1990.html
  3. Institute for the study of totalitarian regimes. Border archive material https://www.ustrcr.cz/uvod/dokumentace-usmrcenych-statni-hranice/usmrceni-statni-hranice-fotogalerie/

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