World War II Bomb Disposal: Slightest Movement Can 'Trigger A Catastrophe'

7th June 2010, Comments 0 comments

Following the deaths of three bomb-disposal workers in an explosion in Gttingen last week, Andreas Heil, head of explosives ordnance disposal firm Tauber, explains what went wrong and why it's so difficult to defuse the more than 100,000 unexploded World War II bombs still littering Germany.

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