Tunnel 29: Getting around the most infamous fortification in the world

Helena Merriman’s new book is the true story of how a group of Wast Germans dug their way under the Berlin Wall in 1962

15th August, 2021
Tunnel 29: Getting around the most infamous fortification in the world
A West Berlin citizen peers over the top of the Berlin Wall in 1964, three years after it was built. Picture: Getty


Tunnel 29: Love, Espionage and Betrayal: The True Story of an Extraordinary Escape Beneath the Berlin Wall

By Helena Merriman

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