Sunday, April 15, 2012

Very cool find!

Twenty Spitfire fighter aircraft buried in Myanmar during World War II are to be dug up and shipped back to Britain, officials say.
The planes will be returned to Britain as a result of intervention by British Prime Minister David Cameron, The Daily Telegraph reported.
The planes had been buried more than 40 feet beneath the ground for nearly 67 years because of fears of Japanese occupation.


  1. I wonder what shape they are in? If they are well-preserved, it could indeed be a really cool find.

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  3. Very cool and ... interesting. 40 feet is a long way to dig... a lot of dirt. Curious now. Thanks.


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