Massive ‘Earthquake Bomb’ From WWII Explodes

Published on October 14, 2020 by

A World War II bomb exploded underwater as a team tried to defuse it. The powerful blast sent a column of water into the sky, and shook buildings and boats nearby. Thankfully, nobody was injured. The Polish Navy had been working to defuse the bomb. It had been resting near the Baltic Sea, 40 feet beneath the surface, for 75 years. The 19 foot bomb held more than 5000 pounds of explosives, and was known as a “Tallboy,” or “Earthquake bomb.”

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