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Report - The Underground Explosive Factory - Poland - 2013

Discussion in 'European and International Sites' started by foantje, Mar 30, 2013.

  1. foantje

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    This location was one of the largest powder manufacturers in Germany(now Poland). This factory was operated by Deutsche explosive chemie. The bunkers are spreaded of an area of 600 hectares. Approximately there are around 400 bunkers and buildings on the site all taken back by nature and overgrown. 80 km's of road were put and 60 km of sewer pipes. The construction of the plant started in 1938. And was in fully operation in 1940. In wartime around 1000 men and woman worked in the factory this also includes a lot of prisoners of war French,Italian,Dutch work here. The Factory produced explosive powder, and in 1945 various of powder inserts for shells and possibly also to drive V2 rockets. The walls of the bunker, the concrete roads and railway lines were all sprayed with green camouflage. This allowed the work to be difficult to detect from the air. The visible bunkers had a 2-3m thick concrete roof, which in turn was piled up to 3m ground and what braid, moss and young coniferous trees were planted to camouflage them. Between 1945 - 1959 the factory was dismantled by the Russian Army. In 1959 the complete area was Polish State Reserve. As today walking alone here without expertise can result in serious consequences! In 2003 2 students died by going in to a shelter and triggering an explosion that caused a flame approximately of 100 meters high that tragically killed the 2 students.

    1. To reach the location it was a real struggle with all that snow. Because I was alone getting stuck was not really a option same as getting lost in this big forrest.

    2. With a freezing temperature of -15 it was a tough explore.

    3. View from the top. To reach this position I had to use a wooden stick and hit the underground to find out where the holes were.

    4. to get an idea how big this place really is and all of this is underground.





    9. This location is full of holes that give u a one way ticket to death.

    10. Massive!

    11. It's crazy how many ski's i saw there looks like people like to dump a lot of things here but ski's?


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