More from Swiss Libertarian

Booby-trapped arms caches 'are still hidden in Britain': Soviet agents placed weapons across Europe during Cold War Files compiled by KGB Major Vasili Mitrokhin, who moved to UK in 1992 His archive - revealed today - details several weapons dumps across Europe None mentioned are in Britain, but expert said they are almost certainly here. Prof Christopher Andrew added: He explained: 'Of course by now they would not be easy to find and it is unlikely the weapons would be serviceable.' By DAN BLOOM PUBLISHED: 04:05 BST, 7 July 2014 | UPDATED: 09:06 BST, 7 July 2014 https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2682825/Booby-trapped-arms-caches-hidden-Britain-Soviet-agents-placed-weapons-Europe-Cold-War-KGBs-Mitrokhin-files-reveal.html If these weapons were well packaged, as is most certainly the case, there is no reason whatsoever to assume that they would not function perfectly, today. It's very easy to preserve guns, knives etc. I guess this Prof.Andrew only said they wouldn't be serviceable so that people would not suddenly start searching for them, given their value on the black market.
71 views · Apr 27th

This is a summary of every Roman settlement discovered by archeologists, placed on a virtual map - amazingly, the settlements trace the outlines of very familiar territory. The Romans literally created a pixel map with their settlements...

97 views · Apr 26th
107 views · Apr 24th

More from Swiss Libertarian

Booby-trapped arms caches 'are still hidden in Britain': Soviet agents placed weapons across Europe during Cold War Files compiled by KGB Major Vasili Mitrokhin, who moved to UK in 1992 His archive - revealed today - details several weapons dumps across Europe None mentioned are in Britain, but expert said they are almost certainly here. Prof Christopher Andrew added: He explained: 'Of course by now they would not be easy to find and it is unlikely the weapons would be serviceable.' By DAN BLOOM PUBLISHED: 04:05 BST, 7 July 2014 | UPDATED: 09:06 BST, 7 July 2014 https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2682825/Booby-trapped-arms-caches-hidden-Britain-Soviet-agents-placed-weapons-Europe-Cold-War-KGBs-Mitrokhin-files-reveal.html If these weapons were well packaged, as is most certainly the case, there is no reason whatsoever to assume that they would not function perfectly, today. It's very easy to preserve guns, knives etc. I guess this Prof.Andrew only said they wouldn't be serviceable so that people would not suddenly start searching for them, given their value on the black market.
71 views · Apr 27th

This is a summary of every Roman settlement discovered by archeologists, placed on a virtual map - amazingly, the settlements trace the outlines of very familiar territory. The Romans literally created a pixel map with their settlements...

97 views · Apr 26th
107 views · Apr 24th