WWII underwater munitions in baltic sea

The Baltic Sea is the unique true European sea, gathering nine countries and 90 million people: its coastline offers more than 8000 kms of dreamlandscapes and savage sandy beaches. But its environment is seriously endangered by the proliferation of conventional and chemical weapons lying on its seabeds, a secret legacy of World War I and II.

In 2013, this investigation was supported by a grant ‘Brouillon d’un rêve‘ of the SCAM*. Later, GEO magazine assigned a long features, published in 2014 and awarded from le Prix éco-reportage 2014. Read the full story here.

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