Definition of Maginot Line in English:

Maginot Line

Line breaks: Magi|not Line
Pronunciation: /ˈmaʒɪnəʊ
 
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  • A system of fortifications constructed by the French along their eastern border during the 1930s, outflanked by German forces in 1940.

Origin

named after André Maginot (1877–1932), a French minister of war.

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