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Published on Aug 24, 2012
Heligoland is a small German island in the North Sea. During the Second World War, it was bombed extensively as it was in use as a submarine base. A set of tunnels was extended to become air raid shelters and a small number of these survived the destruction of the other facilities on the island. I filmed this in June 2012.