Could "bivouaquer" be used to say set up camp?
Freeform Writing Exercise C1
As I understand it "bivouaquer" has a sense more of a "temporary camp".
The lesson makes reference to the Germans setting up camp in a war situation -- I suspect that they planned to stay for a while at least.
This is why I'm not sure that "bivouaquer" is appropriate in the context of the lesson.
Let's see what others may comment.
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