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    Exploring An Abandoned Soviet Missle Facility

    Once a very secret missile facility that would protect the Soviet against all possible military threats. To enter here, before 1995, had resulted in prison for many years. Today the place is abandoned. Now we enter the traces of rocket pads and rooms for radar surveillance! More

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    Deep Inside The Cold War Aircraft Hangar

    Aeroseum in Säve, north of Gothenburg, offers you access to the previously top-secret cavern. Here you survive a nuclear attack and may also see large parts of the Swedish military aviation history. More

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    Beelitz-Heilstätten – Huge Abandoned Hospital

    In the small town of Beelitz-Heilstätten was is a city within a city. This is now an abandoned hospital site and consists of around 60 major buildings. When this place was in use, it could be housing 12,000 patients at the same time. More

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    Traces Of War on Latvian Beaches

    On the beaches of the Baltic Sea are today remnants of what would constitute a defense in a war. A war in which, in the worst cases, nuclear weapons could decide the winner. Welcome to Liepaja in Latvia – And the former closed military city Karosta! More

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    Traces Of War: Secrets of Poland’s Beaches

    Once again in Poland. A country with a dramatic history that has left its traces, even on the most beautiful sandy beaches. Here are old bunkers with remains of guns with devastating firepower. More

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    If The War Comes: In A Normal Swedish Shelter

    In the late 1930s, the Swedish government decided that focus would be on the protection of civilians in time of war. With Prime Minister Per Albin Hansson as the leader, a civilian agency called the Air Protection Inspectorate was formed. The Air Protection Inspectorate was given the responsibility of planning, managing and meeting the need […] More

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    The Biggest Military Base of USSR – Jüterbog

    After Germany’s defeat in World War II, the Soviet got access to a large quantity of abandoned military buildings and areas. At first, they tried to blow up as much as possible, but the Soviet Union saw the potential of the giant site of Jüterbog. In Jüterbog, near Berlin, they planned to locate the largest military forces […] More

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    Checkpoint Charlie In Berlin

    Checkpoint Charlie is the most famous border crossing in Berlin, from the time when Germany was divided into East and West. The border crossing was between the American and Soviet sectors. More

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    Soviet Nuclear Weapons Military Base In East Germany

    In the deep forest, far from the nearest house, there was an extensive activity during the USSR and East Germany’s existence. Here were Soviet’s nuclear weapons, ready to fire at any time in direction west. More

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