In this Dec. 25, 2016 picture, explosives experts stand next to a WWII  bomb after the successful defusing in Augsburg, Germany.
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An Unexploded WWII Bomb Forced 54,000 Germans From Their Homes On Christmas Morning
Around 54,000 people were evacuated from their homes Christmas morning as an unexploded World War II bomb was being defused in a German town.
Sgt. Alvin C. York, 328th Infantry, who with the aid of 7 men, captured 132 German prisoners, shows the hill on which the raid took place on October 8, 1918 in the Argonne Forest, near Cornay, France after World War I.
History
The Almost Unbelievable Story Of The MOH Recipient Who Took Out 20 German Soldiers During World War I
Almost a century ago, Alvin York led seven soldiers in a charge against a large German force, singlehandedly killing 20 and capturing 132, so the story goes.