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Heligoland fact of the day

In 1947 British forces set off here the largest non-nuclear explosion on record, blowing up what was left of Hitler’s island fortress. That is from the new (and recommended) book Heligoland: Britain, Germany, and the Struggle for the North Sea, by Jan Ruger. Here is further information, note that Heligoland is a holiday resort once […] The post Heligoland fact of the day appeared first on Marginal REVOLUTION.
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