The Underground Nazi ‘city’ Of Tunnels And Bunkers Built By Dutch Slaves


An incredible set of photographs have revealed an underground Nazi city which was built under The Hague to house 3,300 SS soldiers.

The subterranean facility was built in 1942 in a fishing village called Scheveningen when some 135,000 inhabitants had to leave their homes when the Nazis declared it a restricted area.

Builders got to work on the bunker complex, which included tunnels, living quarters, store rooms and even saunas on the coastline near the Dutch city and ran deep under the city itself.





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