Swiss Military

Switzerland is trying to come to turns with a defense policy that was crafted at the height of the Cold War. Thousands of pounds of explosives were strategically placed on roads, on bridges and in tunnels around the country to guard against a possible invasion by the Warsaw Pact. The BBC's Imogen Foulkes reports on this Cold War legacy.

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