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3 - Pool area of the first line

by Alain Gauthier

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Translated by Nathalie GAUTHIER

  • Before getting into the first line, you must build a group so that the switch between the troop in contact with the enemy and the one coming from the back unfold smoothly and without strip of the front line.
  • This space is positioned between two hoses, called “up and down” hoses, and is located at a short distance from the first line of defense. In this case there are about 50 meters between the area and the first line.
  • It is noted that the two hoses have certainly not been built at the same period. The north one (primitive!) is much more "worn" than the south one, which has a real shaped profile as a bayonet with small crossing areas in the corners to facilitate the individual movement of soldiers.

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