Excavations have uncovered further parts of a secret Nazi bunker complex in Normandy that were used against Allied forces during the D-Day landings in June 1944. The bunkers were part of the Maisy Battery complex and are located two miles inland from Omaha beach, the landing area during the invasion. Although the Maisy Battery was first uncovered in 2006, new areas of the complex have been uncovered. ‘We discovered huge Nazi bunkers that haven’t seen the light of day in 75 years,’ Josh Gates of the Discovery Channel’s Expedition Unknown told Fox News. ‘We were able to dig down and reveal the doors and go inside them – they are frozen in time, there are artifacts inside there.’ The Maisy battery lay undiscovered for more than 60 years until they were found in 2006 and lay just two miles from the coast Josh Gates of the Discovery Channel’s Expedition, pictured, got to explore the previously undiscovered bunkers The entire complex had become overgrown by nature and was practically invisible to the naked eye View of an entrance to the German bunker in Grandcamp-Maisy. The 20-acre German battery was hidden in an overgrown field about 100 meters from a small road… Read full this story
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