VIDEO: If the unexploded ‘Tallboy’ bomb dropped by the RAF during World War Two goes off, a seismic wave could threaten nearby port infrastructure and bomb shrapnel could break through the water’s surface threatening local residents. Above ground, the bomb has a destructive range of two kilometres.
Fully digitalized and available online, the images captured by a Soviet aircraft on September 18th 1944 have been described as a “rich source of information.”
In mid-October, divers of the 8th Coastal Defence Flotilla will start work on neutralising the Tallboy bomb discovered at the bottom of the Piastowski Canal in Swinoujscie (northwestern Poland). It was one of the largest air bombs to be used during World War II.
The Polish Humanitarian Action (PAH) has launched new aid projects in Donbas, western Ukraine, to support, among other people, victims of unexploded bombs, PAP was told by a charity representative on Wednesday.
The investigation found that the emails were linked to three servers based in St. Petersburg, which, according to the investigating journalists, have been used in the past to spread disinformation around the world.
The Nitro-Chem Chemical Plant, part of the Polish Armaments Group (PGZ), has attained certification to produce the modern Mk-82 aerial bomb, which is used to arm Polish F-16 multi-task aircraft, PGZ and Nitro-Chem have announced.
Polish Navy divers on Monday recovered three World War II aerial bombs from the Baltic Sea off Kołobrzeg (northwestern Poland).