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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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    Military Base 48296 Trained Ukrainian Elite Soldiers – Today Abandoned

    Abandoned military bases are always exciting. Military Base 48296 was located in western Ukraine and trained until the year 2006 domestic forces subordinated to the Ministry of Defense. Today the place is abandoned, in addition to some watchdogs to watch out for. More

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    The Award Winning Swedish Air Force Museum

    Exhibition of the year, the museum of the year. These are some of the awards that Air Force Museum in the Swedish town of Linköping received. This museum offers the visitor an authentic environment with a lot of scenes from Sweden during the Cold War. 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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    The Search Of Himmler’s Bunker In East Prussia

    In former East Prussia, the traces of World War II are always presented in the forests. Mosquitoes, ticks, and flies nowadays guarding the place where Himmler’s bunker was, but that’s no deal breaker when it comes to finding some remains. 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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    Wolf’s Liar: Adolf Hitler’s Abandoned Headquarters

    Built in 1941, four years before the war was over. Yet Hitler had time to spend more than 800 days on the now abandoned site. This was Adolf Hitler’s headquarters “Wolfsschanze” in East Prussia. 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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    Prora: The Ghost Of Rügen

    Prora, the giant concrete colossus standing at the beach on the island of Ruegen living on borrowed time. This huge building should house 20,000 workers and after the holiday they could return to the factories with new energy. This is the history of Prora. More

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    This Abandoned Gunpowder Factory Was Top Secret

    Let’s visit an abandoned gunpowder factory in Western Sweden. With the help of this gunpowder factory outside the village Tyfors, Sweden would replenish ammunition stocks if an invasion of foreign arms became a reality. This is what the factory looks like 70 years later. 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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