World War II ended more than 75 years ago but, as an intriguing new book reveals, the remnants of the six-year conflict can be found all over the world, from Hawaii to the English coast and from the Red Sea to Iceland. Soviet tanks in Slovakian fields, fighter aircraft resting in tropical waters, a French submarine pen impervious to the biggest of bombs and intimidating guns standing sentry over rugged coastlines. e.g. World War II transformed the village and seaport at Peenemunde on the Baltic coast into a hub for research into advanced weaponry, specifically the V-2 ballistic missile. What is the world to you like without history ?