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Toxic fog used to cover Tirpitz during WW2

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Interesting article about Tirpitz in the Kafjord and the effects on environment from the artificial smoke/fog used to hide it from british bombers.

 

http://www.cbc.ca/radio/asithappens/as-it-happens-thursday-edition-1.4616283/how-norwegian-trees-tell-the-story-of-a-cloaked-nazi-war-ship-1.4616295

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2 hours ago, custer_14 said:

Thought that was just the Halloween event?

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First paragraph:  "It was the German navy's largest and heaviest of the Second World War — significantly heavier than its sister ship, the Bismarck. It was stationed in northern Norway during the First World War. "

 

 

Damned Krauts and their super-advanced space magic.

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Someone posted an article about this a few days ago. Pretty cool to see that the effects are visible in the trees.

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It's so interesting that you can see the effects on the trees. Amazing to see that no matter what we as mad humans get up to that nature carries on 

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