Pillbox (military)

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"Military pillboxes are dug-in guard posts with small openings where guns could be fired off to defend the position. Their name derived from the shape of the building which is strikingly similar to the medicine pillboxes that were sold in the past. They were invaluable in past wars and helped troops defend their positions from enemy attack."[1]

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