Sweden Re-Activates Cold War Bunkers Over Fears of Russian Invasion
- Sweden is re-activating thousands of Cold War bunkers across the country as fears of a military confrontation with Russia build.
Shelters on the Baltic Island of Gotland will be prioritized for comprehensive checks after it was identified as a likely target for Russian invasion last year. Sweden's most populous island has been the site of a dramatic build-up of military training more than a decade after being demilitarized.
Sweden spent $9 billion dollars during the Cold War to build enough nuclear bunkers to shelter 80 per cent of its people, although many have fallen into disuse while the country's population has grown by more than a million over the last two decades.(Excerpt) Read more at: infowars.com ...
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