Saturday , 3 December 2016

Inside Hitler’s secret bunker (photo + video)

Take a look inside a German bunker used by the Nazis in WWII.

FRANCE: THE INSIDE of Hitlerís last bunker where he plotted the INVASION of Britain has been snapped on camera by an urban explorer. In a cold reminder of World War Two, these eerie pictures show shabby tunnels stretching along six miles and as far as ninety-eight feet down underground. Rusty vaulted doors to section the corridors can be seen as well as concrete grey rooms. Parisian photographer Marc Askat braved Franceís annual hunting season to walk through thick forest, spurred on by his love of WWII history. He eventually reached the location, which must remain undisclosed because of its use as a secret training ground for Franceís elite Foreign Legion military, to capture extremely rare pictures of Hitlerís last command centre outside Germany.
FRANCE: THE INSIDE of Hitlerís last bunker where he plotted the INVASION of Britain has been snapped on camera by an urban explorer. In a cold reminder of World War Two, these eerie pictures show shabby tunnels stretching along six miles and as far as ninety-eight feet down underground. Rusty vaulted doors to section the corridors can be seen as well as concrete grey rooms. Parisian photographer Marc Askat braved Franceís annual hunting season to walk through thick forest, spurred on by his love of WWII history. He eventually reached the location, which must remain undisclosed because of its use as a secret training ground for Franceís elite Foreign Legion military, to capture extremely rare pictures of Hitlerís last command centre outside Germany.
FRANCE: THE INSIDE of Hitlerís last bunker where he plotted the INVASION of Britain has been snapped on camera by an urban explorer. In a cold reminder of World War Two, these eerie pictures show shabby tunnels stretching along six miles and as far as ninety-eight feet down underground. Rusty vaulted doors to section the corridors can be seen as well as concrete grey rooms. Parisian photographer Marc Askat braved Franceís annual hunting season to walk through thick forest, spurred on by his love of WWII history. He eventually reached the location, which must remain undisclosed because of its use as a secret training ground for Franceís elite Foreign Legion military, to capture extremely rare pictures of Hitlerís last command centre outside Germany.
FRANCE: THE INSIDE of Hitlerís last bunker where he plotted the INVASION of Britain has been snapped on camera by an urban explorer. In a cold reminder of World War Two, these eerie pictures show shabby tunnels stretching along six miles and as far as ninety-eight feet down underground. Rusty vaulted doors to section the corridors can be seen as well as concrete grey rooms. Parisian photographer Marc Askat braved Franceís annual hunting season to walk through thick forest, spurred on by his love of WWII history. He eventually reached the location, which must remain undisclosed because of its use as a secret training ground for Franceís elite Foreign Legion military, to capture extremely rare pictures of Hitlerís last command centre outside Germany.

FRANCE: THE INSIDE of Hitlerís last bunker where he plotted the INVASION of Britain has been snapped on camera by an urban explorer. In a cold reminder of World War Two, these eerie pictures show shabby tunnels stretching along six miles and as far as ninety-eight feet down underground. Rusty vaulted doors to section the corridors can be seen as well as concrete grey rooms. Parisian photographer Marc Askat braved Franceís annual hunting season to walk through thick forest, spurred on by his love of WWII history. He eventually reached the location, which must remain undisclosed because of its use as a secret training ground for Franceís elite Foreign Legion military, to capture extremely rare pictures of Hitlerís last command centre outside Germany.

FRANCE: THE INSIDE of Hitlerís last bunker where he plotted the INVASION of Britain has been snapped on camera by an urban explorer. In a cold reminder of World War Two, these eerie pictures show shabby tunnels stretching along six miles and as far as ninety-eight feet down underground. Rusty vaulted doors to section the corridors can be seen as well as concrete grey rooms. Parisian photographer Marc Askat braved Franceís annual hunting season to walk through thick forest, spurred on by his love of WWII history. He eventually reached the location, which must remain undisclosed because of its use as a secret training ground for Franceís elite Foreign Legion military, to capture extremely rare pictures of Hitlerís last command centre outside Germany.
FRANCE: THE INSIDE of Hitlerís last bunker where he plotted the INVASION of Britain has been snapped on camera by an urban explorer. In a cold reminder of World War Two, these eerie pictures show shabby tunnels stretching along six miles and as far as ninety-eight feet down underground. Rusty vaulted doors to section the corridors can be seen as well as concrete grey rooms. Parisian photographer Marc Askat braved Franceís annual hunting season to walk through thick forest, spurred on by his love of WWII history. He eventually reached the location, which must remain undisclosed because of its use as a secret training ground for Franceís elite Foreign Legion military, to capture extremely rare pictures of Hitlerís last command centre outside Germany.

FRANCE: THE INSIDE of Hitlerís last bunker where he plotted the INVASION of Britain has been snapped on camera by an urban explorer. In a cold reminder of World War Two, these eerie pictures show shabby tunnels stretching along six miles and as far as ninety-eight feet down underground. Rusty vaulted doors to section the corridors can be seen as well as concrete grey rooms. Parisian photographer Marc Askat braved Franceís annual hunting season to walk through thick forest, spurred on by his love of WWII history. He eventually reached the location, which must remain undisclosed because of its use as a secret training ground for Franceís elite Foreign Legion military, to capture extremely rare pictures of Hitlerís last command centre outside Germany.

FRANCE: THE INSIDE of Hitlerís last bunker where he plotted the INVASION of Britain has been snapped on camera by an urban explorer. In a cold reminder of World War Two, these eerie pictures show shabby tunnels stretching along six miles and as far as ninety-eight feet down underground. Rusty vaulted doors to section the corridors can be seen as well as concrete grey rooms. Parisian photographer Marc Askat braved Franceís annual hunting season to walk through thick forest, spurred on by his love of WWII history. He eventually reached the location, which must remain undisclosed because of its use as a secret training ground for Franceís elite Foreign Legion military, to capture extremely rare pictures of Hitlerís last command centre outside Germany.

FRANCE: THE INSIDE of Hitlerís last bunker where he plotted the INVASION of Britain has been snapped on camera by an urban explorer. In a cold reminder of World War Two, these eerie pictures show shabby tunnels stretching along six miles and as far as ninety-eight feet down underground. Rusty vaulted doors to section the corridors can be seen as well as concrete grey rooms. Parisian photographer Marc Askat braved Franceís annual hunting season to walk through thick forest, spurred on by his love of WWII history. He eventually reached the location, which must remain undisclosed because of its use as a secret training ground for Franceís elite Foreign Legion military, to capture extremely rare pictures of Hitlerís last command centre outside Germany.
FRANCE: THE INSIDE of Hitlerís last bunker where he plotted the INVASION of Britain has been snapped on camera by an urban explorer. In a cold reminder of World War Two, these eerie pictures show shabby tunnels stretching along six miles and as far as ninety-eight feet down underground. Rusty vaulted doors to section the corridors can be seen as well as concrete grey rooms. Parisian photographer Marc Askat braved Franceís annual hunting season to walk through thick forest, spurred on by his love of WWII history. He eventually reached the location, which must remain undisclosed because of its use as a secret training ground for Franceís elite Foreign Legion military, to capture extremely rare pictures of Hitlerís last command centre outside Germany.
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