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Inside Adolf Hitler’s secret underground tunnels ‘where Nazis tested new weapons in the final days of World War II’

Inside Adolf Hitler’s secret underground tunnels ‘where Nazis tested new weapons in the final days of World War II’

Underground Nazi weapon factory discovered by the Allies was one of the most extraordinary finds of World War II On the morning of April 11, 1945, the American 3rd Armored division and the 104th Infantry Divisions found a hidden Nazi underground factory. It was one of the most extraordinary finds of World War II. The factory was called Mittelwerk, and […]

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Archaeologists Discovered vast medieval Buildings buried under prehistoric fortress at Old Sarum, England

Archaeologists Discovered vast medieval Buildings buried under prehistoric fortress at Old Sarum, England

Archaeologists in southern England have found what may be one of the largest medieval royal palaces ever found – buried under the ground inside a vast prehistoric fortress. The probable 12th-century castle was discovered by archaeologists, using geophysical ground-penetrating ‘x-ray’ technology to map a long-vanished medieval city which has lain under grass on the site for more than 700 years. Situated […]

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Archaeologist Found Medieval Mass Grave discovered in beneath Paris supermarket

Archaeologist Found Medieval Mass Grave discovered in beneath Paris supermarket

PARIS — Past the racks of hair accessories on the ground floor of the Monoprix supermarket on the corner of the Rue Réaumur and the Boulevard de Sébastopol in the 2nd Arrondissement, there is a door marked staff only. Slip through that passageway and turn left down a spiraling metal staircase into the cellar. Past pallets of juice and soft drink bottles, down […]

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3,000-Year-Old Child Footprints Found at Site of Ancient Egyptian Palace

3,000-Year-Old Child Footprints Found at Site of Ancient Egyptian Palace

3,000-Year-Old Child Footprints Found at Site of Ancient Egyptian Palace When we think about ancient Egyptian houses of worship, entombed pharaohs and the nobility – and perhaps the slaves who built the temples – often remember themselves as the main inhabitants of the buildings. But archeological finds from a recent excavation show that children have also been placed on foot […]

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