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The Secret German Weather Station In Canada, Discovered 38 Years After It Was Built


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  • Location: Camborne
  • Location: Camborne

The Second World War proved to be not only a war fought for resources, territory and domination, but also a war of information. All sides of the conflict conducted intelligence and counter-intelligence operations, but the Allies and the Germans had something more basic and absolutely necessary on their mind in the early stages of the war.

The weather forecast above the cold waters of the Atlantic was at that time crucial, for it determined the conditions of any naval operation. Meteorological data was important as it affected military planning and the routing of ships and convoys.



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