Sixty years ago, this was the scene over Germany. Allied bombs tumble from the sky and onto Nazi positions. It was part of a fearsome bombing campaign, the legacy of which reared its head on Saturday. Officials evacuated 45,000 people from this town - Koblenz - after discovering a massive unexploded bomb in the Rhine River. Bomb disposal experts were taking no chances with the device, which is powerful enough to potentially knock out a building block.
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