British WWII prisoner of war camp remains found underneath landfill

Published on September 18th, 2009 | by Admin


The remains of a British POW camp where Germans were kept during WWII has been found during work on a landfill site in Aberdeen, UK.

Remnants of the Tullos Hill Camp, thought to have been lost forever, have emerged from the soil in which they have been buried since the post war period.

The camp was uncovered during work to reclaim landfill sites on the outskirts of the city.

Historians had thought the camp was lost under a mountain of rubbish.

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