World War 2 munitions still a risk in Baltic

Hundreds of thousands of World War Two missiles, mines, bombs and other nasties are still lurking below the surface of the Baltic. Dumped during the war, they are still routinely brought up in fishing nets around the Baltic states, and further south towards Denmark. It’s spine chilling to think that entire munitions ships are just lying on the sea bed, maybe just waiting to go off…

Saving Futures is all about preservation of historical legacies, but this is one that we can do without!

Click here for more, including a video report.

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