We dig a WW2 Bunker and find LOADS of relics! [Battlefield Recovery]



We worked closely with the Latvian war museum, and ALL finds were documented and handed over to the museum.

I camp in a Haunted WW2 Bunker:

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33 comments

  1. That was the perfect archaeological discovery. That was the "Egyptian treasure room" of WWII items. Pardon the expression, but I think what I'm trying to say is better described as that find was an archaeologist's wet dream.

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