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On D-Day (June 6, 1944) WN-62 was manned by 27 members of the 716th Infantry Division and 13 members of Severloh's 352nd Division, whose task was to direct fire of the 1. cm artillery batteries located 5. .Retrieved June 13, 2019. Balkoski, Joseph (2004). cm artillery batteries located 5 kilometres inland at Houtteville. Defences included two type H669 concrete casemates, one empty and the other with a 75mm artillery piece, a 50mm anti-tank gun, two 50mm mortars, a twin-barrelled MG34 . 2mm machine gun on an anti-aircraft mount and two prewar Polish machine guns.
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