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Heinkel 111H Jonsvatnet

Heinkel 111H Jonsvatnet

So they found this in a lake

So they found this in a lake

found sunk in mud for over 60 years. Has German "decoy" markings on it shows how the Russians liked to sneak in tank companies around German positions before sending in the hoard.

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I'm an avid scuba diver. Ever the domain of the wealthy, scuba diving required both access to the ocean and a shite ton of money for travel & equipment. Not really having any of it, this awesome hobby just kinda passed me by.

13 Buildings in Bizarre Spaces, © <a href='https://www.flickr.com/photos/stevecadman/9517027295'>Flickr user Steve Cadman</a> licensed under <a href='https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/'>CC BY-SA 2.0</a>

13 Buildings in Bizarre Spaces

Discover Maunsell Army Sea Forts in England: Surreal riveted sea forts once protected the Kent shores from German attack.

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destroyed-and-abandoned: This Sherman Tank was stranded on the reef during the invasion of the island of Saipan during WWII. Its turret is still frozen in time, taking aim at a Japanese gun emplacement on the beach.

The "Lady of the Lake" is the last WB-29 Superfortress left at Eielson Air Force Base in Alaska, which was dropped from the Air Force inventory in 1955 because of a ground accident. The aircraft was taken to the pond it currently rests in and was used for open water extracation training until it became too dangerous. The aircraft was abandoned where it lays. U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sergeant Joshua Strang

Portions of a submerged bomber in Alaska remain visible above water. This is eerie to me.

This is the Boeing B-17E Flying Fortress known as the "Swamp Ghost", serial number 41-2446, which crash landed in Agaiambo swamp near Papua, New Guinea in 1942, during the start of salvage operations.

The Swamp Ghost – Found After 68 Years In the Jungle On Feb. a Flying Fortress bomber crashed in one of the most remote and wild places on Earth: the primitive Agaimbo swamp located on the island of Papua New Guinea.

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The Jadpanzer 38, or Hetzer, was a light tank destroyer produced from 1944 – 1945. 2584 were made, and it was used by Nazi Germany and its allies. Modifica

The Jadpanzer or Hetzer, was a light tank destroyer produced from 1944 – 2584 were made, and it was used by Nazi Germany and its allies.

Misteri/ Zbulohen 400 “porta” 7 mijë vjeçare  në Arabi, kush i ka ndërtuar?! (FOTO)

The Mysterious 400 Stone Structure of Saudi Arabia - Charismatic Planet

Images of the Hetzer pulled from the Gulf of Gdansk in 2007!

After the war, the U. Army pulled one of the Japanese tanks out of the lake but left the other one on the bottom.

MUST READ: Murmansk - The Cruiser That Never Gave Up - https://www.warhistoryonline.com/war-articles/murmanskcruiser-never-gave.html

The Murmansk was a Soviet light cruiser project no. It was part of the Soviet (and later, the Russian) Navy’s Northern Fleet. Construction began in

Miss Lend-Lease, designated White 23 when it flew for the Soviet Air Force, emerges from Lake Mart-Yavr, Russia, along the Arctic Circle. The initial ditching was successful but the aircraft eventually broke through the still thin ice in November 1944.

Over the years scores of abandoned aircraft including historic warbirds wrecks have been found across the world - some salvaged, others left to time.

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