Not a European Beach During WW2, but one in 2020 — Glasnost Gone

They resemble long-forgotten relics of WW2 or a film set. Tank traps, barbed wire, and foreboding red, mine warning signs snake along a European beach. But these defences are not 75 years old. Not from a film set. Each of us probably associates beaches with childhood memories of playing in the water’s edge, building sandcastles, […]

izmantojot Not a European Beach During WW2, but one in 2020 — Glasnost Gone

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