An urban explorer claims to have found abandoned German tunnels which lead to a secret Nazi weapons testing bunker. Warren Tepper was stunned to find miles of underground passageways after climbing through a hole in one of the walls. And he believes the bunker and surrounding tunnels, that lie beneath Duisburg, Germany, could also have been visited by Adolf Hitler and used as a spot for secret meetings. The area was a shelter for Nazis during the bombing from Allied forces and also a bombardment system, where ammunition was tested on steel plates, it is claimed. Inside Warren and co-explorer Matt, found four-inch-thick bullet holes in metal along with similar holes in bulletproof glass, thought to have been from when Americans raided the site. Warren, from Hampshire, said: "At first we didn't really see much it was just a set of empty tunnels but then we climbed through a hole in the wall into another part of the tunnels that had been blocked off. "It was only then that we started to … [Read more...] about Inside secret Nazi death tunnels leading to underground bunker
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THESE remarkable pictures lift the lid on long-abandoned German tunnels that lead to a secret Nazi weapons testing bunker. After hunting through miles of underground passageways, Warren Tepper, from Hampshire, was shocked by his discovery after climbing through a hole in one of the reinforced concrete walls. It is claimed the area was a World War Two shelter for Nazis during the bombing from Allied forces and also a bombardment system, where ammunition was tested on steel plates. Inside Warren and co-explorer Matt, found four-inch-thick bullet holes in metal along with similar holes in bulletproof glass, believed to have been from when Americans raided the site. The bunker and surrounding tunnels, that lie beneath Duisburg, Germany, could also have been visited by Adolf Hitler and used as a spot for secret meetings. Warren said: “At first we didn’t really see much it was just a set of empty tunnels." Warren said: "But then we climbed through a hole in the wall into another … [Read more...] about Inside Adolf Hitler’s secret underground tunnels where Nazis tested new weapons in the final days of World War 2
SILICON Valley’s elite are preparing for Armageddon by buying up property in New Zealand. Seven tech billionaires have so far made apocalyptic investments in the commonwealth country in case they need to flee California. Fear of nuclear war, violent revolution and pandemics has seen San Francisco’s finest start commissioning multi million pound underground bunkers in New Zealand. Made by Texas based bunker manufacturer Rising S Company, the 150-tonne bunkers are buried 13 feet underground. The company’s general manager describes New Zealand as the ideal location to ride out the apocalypse. Gary Lynch told Bloomberg: “New Zealand is an enemy of no one. It's not a nuclear target. It's not a target for war. It's a place where people seek refuge.” Their top of the range bunker, "The Aristocrat" costs £8.9 million excluding the installation fee. It has a capacity for more than 50 people in varying degrees of luxury and features bullet proof doors, a solar … [Read more...] about How Silicon Valley billionaires are prepping for the apocalypse by shipping 150-tonne survival bunkers and nuke shelters into New Zealand
In Clint Eastwood’s film,The 15:17 to Paris, there is a scene where the three Americans are in a Berlin museum. The tour guide tells them that Adolf Hitler killed himself in Berlin surrounded by the Soviets, and the three are quite surprised – they thought it was the U.S. Army that had surrounded Hitler. “You Americans can’t take the credit every time evil is defeated!” the guidereplies, and he’s right. The U.S., as well Britain and other Allied nations invested much in defeating Nazism, but it was the Red Army who captured Berlin and caused Hitler’s suicide. Here is how it happened. Underground fortress The Führerbunker near the Reich Chancellery in Berlin, Germany. Getty Images In early spring 1945, Hitler faced a dire situation with the Soviets closing in on Germany’s capital from the east, and U.S.-British forces advancing from the west. The net was closing, but the ruthless Nazi leader didn’t want to … [Read more...] about Why did the Red Army fail to capture Hitler in his bunker?
Donald Trump is set to visit the underground bunker from which Winston Churchill masterminded the defeat of Nazi Germany when the US President visits Britain in July. Mr Trump's visit to Britain is likely to combine his interests in Winston Churchill and golf, and could also see him have tea with the Queen. The President’s itinerary is now being prepared and it is understood that a trip to the Churchill War Rooms, in London, is one of the options under consideration. He is then likely to take on a sportsman at golf in Scotland. The President will arrive in the UK on the Thursday July 12, and attend a dinner that evening, followed by talks with politicians on Friday and other engagements, including... Register or log in to view this and other Politics articles. It's free and easy to do. Join regular debates with our journalists by commenting on articles Sign up to exclusive newsletters that give you the inside track on Westminster and Brexit Register Log in … [Read more...] about Donald Trump to visit bunker where Winston Churchill masterminded the defeat of Nazi Germany