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Posts tagged with "tunnels"
WWI mass grave could contain remains of Lethbridge highlanders
Dec 2, 2015
Situated two hours southeast of Calgary in Canada, the city of Lethbridge is the fourth largest in Southern Alberta with a present day population...
Inside Nazi ‘Gold Train’ Tunnels: Journalists Have Been Allowed Inside Some Tunnels….
Sep 4, 2015
Journalists have been allowed inside a network of Nazi-built tunnels where a train full of gold is said to be hidden reports Sky News....
EXPLORING THE SECRET NAZI TUNNELS UNDER A GERMAN VACATION TOWN
Aug 14, 2015
Deep in the mountains of Bavaria is a concrete doorway set into the side of the mountain. Even in the height of summer, the...
A Look Into the Vietnam Tunnels
Mar 19, 2014
Huyh Van Chia was only 17 years old when he began to fight as a guerilla soldier in the Vietnam War. When he turned...
The Discovery of a WWII-era Bunker Used by the Japanese
Mar 9, 2014
Heritage Sabah has said they have rediscovered the remnants of a Second World War bunker and tunnel that was hidden in the heart of...
WWI Soldiers Left Poems And Signatures In Somme Tunnels
Jan 22, 2014
The tunnels haven't been touched for almost 100 years. Inside, archaeologists found out the signatures came from a Cumbrian regiment. Many other objects which...
Austria To Conduct Search For Hidden Nazi Laboratory
Jan 6, 2014
Thousands of people were killed in the 15 miles of tunnels that lie under Gusen. Authorities are now searching the tunnels located under the...
Korean War: The Spine-Tingling Heroism Of The British Who Fought For Their Lives
Dec 31, 2013
Corporal Jim Lucock described himself as an ordinary man who just wanted to stay alive. But in war it doesn't matter how much you...
Brompton Road Station To Be Turned Into Flats
Dec 26, 2013
The station, which was used by Winston Churchill, was closed in 1934 because of the lack of passengers. It was used during the Second...
Inside Gibraltar’s World War 2 tunnels
Aug 14, 2013
The RAF bomb disposal teams in Gibraltar are being kept busy, clearing ordnance left over from World War Two.The Ministry of Defence is handing...
Resurrecting London Underground’s ghost stations
Apr 10, 2013
Mysteries buried deep underground in London’s labyrinth of Tube tunnels could soon be coming to the surface.Exploring London Underground’s abandoned stations, or ‘ghost’ stations,...
Canadian vet was a POW at ‘The Great Escape’ camp
Feb 28, 2013
Canadian Albert Wallace was a prisoner of war at Stallag Luft III, the location of The Great Escape. He remembers lying awake anxiously in...
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