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The United Kingdom didn’t think much about particles or waves or quantum nonsense when it blew up Helgoland in 1947.
Close to a century later, that early revelation is being explained with uncanny insight and lyrical grace by best-selling author and theoretical physicist Carlo Rovelli, in his latest book, aptly named Helgoland.
This period also brought to Germany the island of Helgoland in exchange for certain readjustments of boundaries in Africa.
Helgoland: an island in the North Sea, belonging to Prussia.Selections From American Poetry|Various
Germany calls Helgoland the "fortress impregnable," and the developments of the war seem to indicate that the description fits.
The Bight of Helgoland is the passage about eighteen miles wide between the island and the German coast.A School History of the Great War|Albert E. McKinley, Charles A. Coulomb, and Armand J. Gerson
The island of Helgoland had been a British possession from 1807 till 1890, when it was transferred to Germany by treaty.