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20th Century Archeology - Hidden History


Chewing Grass

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Chewing Grass
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For me this is interesting (20:00) for the 'reactor' and some measurements where their little melting incident was.

 

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Chewing Grass

British equivalent of the German tunnels under the Austin factory at Longbridge.

Wet and full of rust and shit, interesting toilets and plant room.

 

 

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Chewing Grass

This is a good one, bookmarked part way through so you can see the construction of the tunnels within tunnels which were split into two levels, workshops on the ground floor offices on the first. Also covers how the SS ran the labour camps as a business subcontracting workers labour to big German name companies at 2, 4 or 6 Reichmarks per day. If you were skilled you survived, medical treatment and food. The real collapse and deaths being in late 44 to 45 when the system collapsed due to the Soviet advance, overcrowding and fuck all food through March and April '45.

 

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Chewing Grass

This is a really good one about what happened to the Forts built in the 1880s & 1890s in WW1 with the advent of high explosive shells. Fascinating place in Belgium near Liege.

 

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Chewing Grass

Superb short piece on Kriegslok, designed to last 10 years these beauties are kept in daily service 80 years later.

 

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Bobthebuilder
7 minutes ago, Chewing Grass said:

Holy shit, what a shipwreck, 3km down but perfectly preserved, other than being a little damaged from the ice that crushed it.

Quite stunning to say the least.

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Chewing Grass

Excellent piece on Howard Hughes, 28cyl 3000hp twin turbo radials, 11 broken ribs and a displaced heart, $5 million bond to fly and the XF11.

Nice looking plane for 1943.

 

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