Historic Evacuation Planned to Rid German City of WWII UXO

Hanover, Germany One of the biggest evacuations in post-WWII history could be about to take place in Hanover, after several war-era bombs were discovered in the capital of Lower Saxony. EOD are assessing the find to determine just many bombs are buried there, a process which will take several weeks.

Authorities plan to defuse the bombs in sequence on the same day in order to limit the inconvenience to the public, however an estimated 50,000 city residents, a whopping 10 percent of the population, may be forced to evacuate their homes. A date has yet to be set, but it will likely be sometime in May.

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