31 Mar '13, 9am

How the RAF is helping to find and destroy unexploded wartime bombs in Germany #wwii #military #history

How the RAF is helping to find and destroy unexploded wartime bombs in Germany #wwii #military #history

Vast quantities of live munitions were dumped in Kiel Bay after the war, and these still have to be dealt with, along with hundreds of bombs on and around the small archipelago of Heligoland, 29 miles off the coast in the North Sea, where there are plans to build wind farms on and offshore. Kinast is called out there frequently.

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