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Scientists Hunt For Lost WW2 Bunkers Designed to Hold Off Invasion

New research published by scientists from Keele, Staffordshire and London South Bank Universities, has unveiled extraordinary new insights into a forgotten band of secret fighters created to slow down potential invaders during World War Two.

New Discoveries at Hitler’s Wolf’s Lair

Researchers at the Wolf’s Lair, Hitler’s military headquarters located in the Masurian woods, Poland have made several new discoveries.

Archaeologists plan to excavate Nazi “Death Valley”

Death Valley is the name given to a site in Chjnice, Poland where the Nazis carried out executions during World War Two.

When Israel flew Nazi Planes

Just how did the post-war Israeli air force end up equipping its first fighter squadrons with the famous Nazi warplane the Me-109s?

Fleeing Nazis shaped Austrian politics for generations after World War II

A new study in The Economic Journal, published by Oxford University Press, suggests that migrating extremists can shape political developments in their destination regions for generations.

Study uses AI to estimate unexploded bombs from Vietnam War

Researchers have used artificial intelligence to detect Vietnam War-era bomb craters in Cambodia from satellite images - with the hope that it can help find unexploded bombs.

Rare German U-boat found in Skagerrak

Sea War Museum Jutland in Thyborøn, Denmark has made a new sensational discovery during its continued registration of shipwrecks in the North Sea and in the Skagerrak.

‘War junk’ left behind in Finnish Lapland by Germans is valuable cultural heritage to locals

The experience of the Second World War in Lapland was starkly different from the war experience elsewhere in Finland. Germans held the frontline in northern Finland from 1941 to 1944, and at the height of their military build-up, there were more German troops and their prisoners of various nationalities than local inhabitants.

Dig Hill 80 – The final push to record a WW1 Battlefield site

An archaeology Kickstarter campaign is trying to raise the funds to preserve the unique archaeology of a WW1 Battlefield site.

10 Nazi bunkers and subterranean bases

10 Nazi bunkers and subterranean bases built by the Third Reich during World War II

WW1 Destroyer Position Confirmed by Maritime Archaeology Project

First World War Destroyer Position Confirmed by Maritime Archaeology Project in Orkney.

Two Ritual Baths (Miqva’ot) of the Great Synagogue of Vilna unearthed after their Destruction in the Holocaust 70 years earler

A team of Israeli, Lithuanian and American archaeologists unearthed the remains of two ritual baths that were used by congregants at the Great Synagogue in Vilna, today the capital of Lithuania.