Photo Gallery: WWII Duds Becoming More Deadly
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Photo Gallery: WWII Duds Becoming More Deadly

'Sitting on a Powder Keg' Germany's WWII Duds Get Deadlier

Tens of thousands of unexploded Allied aerial bombs from World War II are still lurking underground in German cities. The treacherous delay-action bombs in particular pose a growing threat because their detonators have corroded to the point where they have become too dangerous to defuse.
Von Carsten Holm
Translated from the German by Paul Cohen