These three enormous flak towers guarded a German Marine base near Angers France. Each tower would have been armed with several large caliber and small caliber anti-aircraft guns including the much feared 88 mm Flak gun. The towers were destroyed by Allie
Cape May Point WWII bunker, photo by James Simard. Located just east of the Cape May Point Light House in what is now Cape May Point State Park, New Jersey, the bunker was built by the US Army Corps.
More than a dozen U-boats and their crew from the German Navy during World War Two disappeared and their whereabouts were never determined.
Nazi Gold Train Found in Poland! Rumour that a German train has been a tunnel in the mountains of Silesia in south-west Poland.
Flakturm Augarten Wien 1944
Three U Boats missing until 1985 when found in the Elbe U-boat bunker in Hamburg
A mystery Nazi train located in Poland by treasure hunters is thought to contain a huge amount of Nazi gold stolen during World War Two.
Type XXI U-boats, also known as "Elektroboote" (German: "electric boats"), were…
U-Boot-Bunker „Valentin“ in Bremen Farge
A bunker constructed during the German occupation of Denmark during