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Qu'est ce que c'est que ce véhicule?

http://images.defensetech.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/FrenchRecce2.jpg

Et pourquoi y a t il une gravure daté de 1837 en anglais avec des lettres en hébreu à coté?

http://pridian.net/blog/wp-content/gallery/thebunker/img_1519_450_s.jpg

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Merci des photos Tom.  ;)

L'emplacement du Fuhrerbunker n'a rien de secret, mais je n'en ai jamais trouvé de photos (de l'intérieur). Il a été rasé mais je n'ai pas trouvé de photos qui auraient pu être prises pendant la 2e Guerre mondiale.

Edit : J'ai trouvé ça -->

http://www.saak.nl/battlefield%20tour/2008%20berlin/fuhrerbunker/fuhrerbunker%20en.html

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Les Américains ont envoyé une équipe d'enquête déterminer ce qui s'était passé peu après la fin de la guerre, dont Hugh Trevor-Roper. Autant que je sache, la communication des Soviets était vaseuse et c'est le rapport de cette équipe qui a fait connaître les grandes lignes des derniers jours de Hitler (suicide + corps brûlé).

Il serait étonnant que ce rapport n'ait pas été accompagné de photos du bunker...

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Võru (Vyru, вору) Surface Launch Facility

Vyru (Võru) was deployment base for the 305th Regiment of the 23rd Missile Division (from 1982 40th Division) of the 50th RVSN Missile Army.

Both bases are presently operated by the Estonian Army and therefore not accessible.

The 23 RVSN Division was headquartered in Valka (Valga), Latvia. The 23rd comprised the 94th Regiment (two surface launch complexes outside Haapsalu), the 846th Regiment (two surface complexes and one Dvina silo complex), the 304th Regiment (two surface launch complexes south of Rakvere), Vyru (Võru) (two surface launch complexes) and, until 1982, the 39th Regiment (two surface launch complexes and on Dvina silo complex south of Aluksne).

The 40 RVSN Division was headquartered in Ostrov (two sets of four surface launch pads plus one Dvina Complex), and also stationed in Aluksne from 1982 (two sets of four surface launch pads plus one Dvina complex) and Vyru from 1982 (two sets of four surface launch pads plus one Dvina complex). The 40th Div also had one Chusovaya (R-14U) Complex at Taybola, 50 km South of Murmansk.

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