Lighting the way on perilous coastal journeys, the lighthouse can be a spectator or a casualty of battle.
Diaries and memories of serving naval officers in WWII often mention lighthouses. As most encounters took place at night, it is understandable that the piercing finger of bright light would resonate with nervous, watching crews.
Lighthouses were, by their nature, places to navigate around for both sides, providing a real and reliable proof of the navigators skill, often open to doubt in the featureless sea.
Be it intentional or accidental, this newly ruined structure will simply just remain there until the order of its restoration or removal comes through.
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