The Wall Strait” Second World War
The year was 39 and the Spanish Civil War came to an end. About Europe overflying the shadow of a large-scale race due to the warmongers delusions of rearmed Germany. Nations look askance, no movement goes unnoticed. Few could imagine that we were facing a prelude to the largest and most devastating of wars that humanity has known.
The intelligence services of the Spanish regime gathered its spies in Gibraltar information about a possible ground invasion from the British Colony or somewhere on the Cadiz coast by the Allies.
Spain positioned on the side of the Axis (Germany / Italy) ordered the construction of “The wall Strait” last defense construction in Europe.
Sierra Carbonera halfway between San Roque and La Línea de la Concepción and Gibraltar facing housed the largest concentration of these defenses as well as other unique military construction, tunnel and command post.
Several topics will touch along the route, the role of Bundled dam, the intrigues of espionage and counterespionage, the historical context that led to the construction of these defenses and the different plans of invasion for the British Colony
The visit includes a tour of different types of bunkers, command post and the tunnel that crosses the Sierra with a length of 500 meters.
Enlist in this gripping tale of spies, Bundled dam and conspiracies that could change the recent past of our history.