Amazing

Absolutely amazing.

A World War II Battlefield discovered in Papua New Guinea

untouched.

unseen by any but the Gods of those who perished there.

Although the site was known to local villages, jungles reclaimed it after the battle of Eora Creek. Although locals hunted on the plateau surrounding the site, they avoided the 600-square-meter battle ground because of a belief that spirits of the dead were still present in the “lost battlefield.”

Maybe now they can rest.

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7 Responses to Amazing

  1. virgil xenophon says:

    That could be anyone of us–or the fate of our children or grandchildren. One never thinks of that of course when one raises one’s hand to take the oath–such is the eternal optimism of youth–but such things only illustrate the grim possibilities that await all who take the oath to defend our country. A poignant but sobering reminder..

  2. Hanie says:

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  3. Vannessa says:

    That’s rlaley thinking at an impressive level

    • Luigi says:

      Ok , I have to say that first I was very skeptical I didn’t even btoher with the surveys but when I gave it a 2nd thought and I actually downloaded the file I found out that this is fucking WORKING , so thank you .

    • Elena says:

      Its been so long since we’ve had a Date Night, I’m beginning to fogert what they are! Glad you got out & survived the what to do debate and were able to enjoy your time together (and yes, Gasp is right on finishing a sentence! lol) alone! :>

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