WWII History Hunter Just Captured One Of His Wildest Finds Yet-It’s Littered With Relics
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It’s Like An Undiscovered Museum.
Let’s start off by giving some serious recognition to this YouTube channel. We’ve shown you folks a couple of his videos before and they were well received (as they should be) but they just keep getting better and better. WW2HistoryHunter, the channel we speak of, is focused on finding World War II compounds and relics. To top things off, this video has the guy’s son in it. Talk about a cool dad that takes you on weekend trip and shows you some of the most incredible World War II history first hand.
Kudos to you sir!
Although he never reveals the locations he’s at, we’re sure that some of our fans know where this is as there is a small town right off to the side of this fortress. This thing, by the way, is impressive. It’s a gigantic concrete mound built by the Germans during the war which gave people on top a 360-degree view of their surroundings.
Keep in mind that his videos are typically a bit longer, around 13 minutes, so feel free to skip around. We recommend watching:
- 4:35-the top of the bunker
- 5:41-drone footage of the entire structure
- 8:31-he finds a Nazi pin
At the base, however, is where all the neat little nick nacks were. From real Nazi Germany pins to buttons and light bulbs, the bottom of that fortress is littered with some great finds. If you have time, watch the whole thing as the guy is very knowledgeable. If not, refer to the bullet points above to at least hit the main parts.