I strongly recommend visiting this WWII V-2 rocket site if you are interested in war-related history, rockets, and an original site. We drove from Calais to the site without too much difficulty. It was an incredible place and one ceratinly feels the power and emotion attached to this place. Much of the original structure is still intact. It was wonderful to see both British and French school kids visiting the site to learn it's history. Our 10 year-old daughter was impressed. Aside from the technology, there's also a significant display on slave labor and those who tolied and died at this place. There are many examples of the V-2 rockets launched at England during the war. I find sites like this--off-the-beaten-path often more informative than the larger museums.
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