Photos from World War Z


Passengers arriving at Tagbilaran, Bohol are screened for bites and symptoms of the Solanum Virus, summer 2013. This was before the capital of the province of Bohol was abandoned as cases soared while the local police and what small Philippine Army units in the island could no longer cope with the amount of zombies from within and washing ashore from sunken refugee ships.
 
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Mi-24 of the Hungarian Army escaping from Budapest after the city got overrun by zombies. Some units of Hungarian army retreated to Miskolc and the Mátra mountains
 
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Trakai Island Castle (Trakų salos pilis) is a picturesque castle located on an island in Lake Galve, Lithuania. Built as part of the defense of nearby Trakai and Vilnius by the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, it was then abandoned, fell to disrepair, and reconstructed, albeit it lost any significant military importance eversince. However, during WWZ, with the bridge shattered, the castle regained its importance as a holdout for refugees from the surrounding areas when most of mainland Lithuania fell to the infection.
 

Trakai Island Castle (Trakų salos pilis) is a picturesque castle located on an island in Lake Galve, Lithuania. Built as part of the defense of nearby Trakai and Vilnius by the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, it was then abandoned, fell to disrepair, and reconstructed, albeit it lost any significant military importance eversince. However, during WWZ, with the bridge shattered, the castle regained its importance as a holdout for refugees from the surrounding areas when most of mainland Lithuania fell to the infection.
A good safe zone.
For Latvia, some Livonian Castles that are near to a nuclear bunker and in a remote area... (as Turaida castle, and the soviet secret bunker-museum in Līgatne), can be a safe zone for Riga refugees, or some people that emigrated to Estonia and managed to survive there
 
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A good safe zone.
For Latvia, some Livonian Castles that are near to a nuclear bunker and in a remote area... (as Turaida castle, and the soviet secret bunker-museum in Līgatne), can be a safe zone for Riga refugees, or some people that emigrated to Estonia and managed to survive there
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Turaida_Castle.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Līgatne#Nearby_places_of_interest (A natural park could be a good safe zone).
And this bunker:https://www.latvia.travel/en/sight/once-top-secret-soviet-bunker-rural-ligatne
 
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Gauja National Park, Latvia. Was one of the safest zones of the country after the fall of Riga. Lots of survivors fortified it until the Lithuanian and the NATO surviving forces managed to reclaim Latvia from the undead. Survivors killed zombies making them to fall to the small river, which was drained to avoid contamination in water, and then they burned the bodies in the shore.
 

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Survivors in Līgatne bunker, wearing gas masks before take weapons and clean some nearby zones to expand the safe zone. Latvian military and goverment reinforced the bunker, and helped to conquer a lot of territory (between Ikšķile, near Riga, located near the Daugava river, to Ainaži, a small town near the border with Estonia) from the undead. That territory was claimed during 3 winters, and was fortified with tramps and walls made with wood and debris​

 
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Gauja National Park, Latvia. Was one of the safest zones of the country after the fall of Riga. Lots of survivors fortified it until the Lithuanian and the NATO surviving forces managed to reclaim Latvia from the undead. Survivors killed zombies making them to fall to the small river, which was drained to avoid contamination in water, and then they burned the bodies in the shore.
Similar as the Tomonaga Ijiro strategy in Hidaka Mountains
 

Fort Marlborough is a fortification built by the British during their brief rule of Bengkulu, Indonesia, on Sumatra's western coast. During the Great Panic, as many other remnants of colonial fortresses throughout the archipelago, it became a focal point for refugees and resistance towards the threat of the Walking blight in that part of the region, aside from the official safe zone at the offshore Enggano island. Strengthened with materials from the surrounding city, and the general luck in location - a relatively low densely populated area west of an additional natural barrier, the Bukit Barisan mountains - it rode the crisis relatively well compared to other similar structures in the western part of the archipelago.


Nusa Kambangan is a small Indonesian island south of Java, separated only by a narrow strait. Dubbed as the 'Alcatraz of Indonesia', it has been home to prisons since the Dutch era, and for the modern republic that replaced it, a place for high-security prisons and location of inmates' execution.
Following the retreat from Java, it was overrun, like many places around Indonesia's most populated island, but the facilities managed to hold out. From there, the defenders slowly reclaimed the rest of the island, and at the end of the war, it became one of the independent safe zones not controlled by the remnants of the government in the archipelago.
 
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A Roadblock set up by the Sacramento State Police, which this photo was taken a few months before the Great Panic.

New York State Troopers responding to a "violent drug addict" near Utica, circa May 2012.

Swedish Army Conscripts undergoing military training, circa 2017.
 
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Map of the Tabarca Safe Zone, in the island of the same name, near Alicante. Before the Great Panic, was a tourist spot, but some engineers began to restore the walls the first days of the Great Panic. The wall has been restored, a quarantine zone was created, and some provisions, and weapons were storaged while the survivors created some crops and made a small desalination plant. The old port was reinforced, and the new port became a quarantine/shooting zone against zombies
 
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Santa Bárbara Castle, in Alicante. After the entry was walled, and some passages sealed, it became a refugee and military base agains the zombies in that city. With the help of Tabarca island, both places managed to clean the city and connect themselves to clean more parts of the former province and reconquer Valencia some years after the Great Panic
 
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Valencia during the Great Panic, the fire comes from a trap created to burn zombies and prevent them to acess the aquarium. Some people managed to escape, the few that tried to wall the Old City and made it safe against zombies had to improvise weapons against the hordes
 

A house built on stilts above the water line in this settlement located in the Pacific Continent. The stairs are made to be easily barricaded to prevent sea-borne zombie from climbing.
 


In latest analysis the thing that suprised report writers the most was the first thing to run out on supermarket shelves was not tinned food, or bullets, but toilet roll...
 


Warsaw Barbican after 10 years of the Zombie War. Unfortunately the walls surrounding the old town were breached in too many places to make a defence, though some poor souls tried, and held out for some years before being overrun.
 

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Panicked refugees attempt to flee south from San Marcos, TX, after a horde from Austin overwhelm the National Guard perimeter. On the other end of the road, unknown to the motorists, New Braunfels is also fighting a losing battle against zeds streaming north from San Antonio.
 
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