|Description:|| A new museum is being founded in the island of Terschelling, in the North of The Netherlands. Hundreds of bunkers have been built there during WW II by the Nazi occupiers, as part of the Atlantic wall defence line. This bunker complex was called Tigerstellung and includes several early radar installations.|
The latter also played a role in Dutch radio astronomy. Two Wurzburg dishes were used in Dwingeloo during the 70's, as an interferometer for high resolution solar observations. The development of radio astronomy, which probes the furthest reaches of the cosmos, has been greatly accelerated by the availability of radar ingenieurs and technology after the war.