WWII Bombs in Germany

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Favorite Story of the Day.

Ok, from reading the story it’s a mine, but when I heard it on the news this morning they said bomb. I mean, they both blow up.

45,000 people had to be evacuated from Koblenz. Apparently they find bombs and mines here from that period somewhat often, but this is the largest evacuation since the war.

They found the mines because the river is very low due to lack of rain. They expect to find even more while the river is low. It doesn’t answer my main question: How long are the people evacuated for?

Info: HuffPost

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