About Fort Montbarey
The Fort Montbarey is situated in the Brest city of Brittany region, France. The fortress is like the related Questel Fort. This fortification, conceived in light of the fact that Louis XVI of France needed to make Brest invulnerable, was the most essential connection in the guard of the city's west side, intended for 500-600 warriors.
It is one of the famous and well known fort in the city. This fortress was utilized by the Germans in 1944, who introduced a parachute regiment amid the attack of Brest by the Americans. After numerous ambushes and substantial utilization of tanks and flamethrowers, the army surrendered on 16 September 1944.