Poland detonated WWII bombs

This is the moment a World War Two bomb the largest ever found in Poland detonated during an attempt to defuse it. The bomb was dropped by Britain’s Royal Air Force (RAF) in 1945 in a raid that sank a German battlecruiser, and sat at the bottom of what is now a shipping canal. The Polish Navy had given a 50% chance of the bomb exploding during the operation to defuse it, meaning all the residents of a nearby port city were evacuated beforehand – and all divers could be kept safe from harm. #WorldWarTwo #Poland

Polish Navy reports that the largest ever unexploded WW2 bomb found in Poland, a 5.4 tonne British ‘Tallboy’ or ‘earthquake’ bomb, detonated prematurely during the defusing process. Fortunately all military divers were clear of the danger area.

Published by Naresh Sagar

Mentor MSME, Motivator, Media Event Org, Management fiscal & Water management.Social Media branding,Internet broadcasters,Propunder of Indian Philosophy

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