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American Bomber B-25 Found in the Middle Urals
14.05.2012 12:15
American Bomber B-25 Found in the Middle Urals

Participants of a voluntary search expedition in the vicinities of Verkhniye Sergi town of Sverdlovsk Region have found fragments of a military aircraft.
      Planes of this type were produced during World War Two. The bomber pieces have been remaining in the wood for nearly 70 years. The explorers are sure that the vehicle is undoubtedly American, and it was being ferried to the Soviet Union on the land lease basis. This version has a proof: the found bomber has a brilliant fuselage bearing the inscription: Made in the USA. Nearby the expedition has found remains of the crew. They have been buried, cross set on the grave.
      Now the Ural explorers are engaged in archive work, trying to find out the reasons and all the circumstances of the bomber crash, which are cloaked in mystery so far.
Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Archeology Military Aircrafts Sverdlovsk Region   

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