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The largest bomb of World War II exploded under the sea

The biggest bomb of World War II exploded under the sea in northwestern Poland.

According to a foreign news agency, a 7,400-kilogram  tollboy bomb loaded with 2,400 kilograms of explosives used by the British Royal Air Force (RAF) was found in the Pist Canal area of ​​Poland. Excess of  about  750 evacuated from the area after the bomb was found..

The tollboy bomb exploded as Navy divers tried to defuse it, according to Coastal Defense Flatella spokesman. However, no casualties were reported in the incident.

It is believed that the Tallboy bomb was dropped by the British Royal Air Force (RAF) in the 1945 attack on the German cruiser Litzo.

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