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Air Raid Shelter

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  1. Fekasa
    By the autumn of the government realised that air-raid shelters on the surface did not offer very good protection from high explosive bombs. Deeper shelters were used. Caves were used in many parts of Britain. On September 21, the London Underground started to be used as an air raid shelter.
  2. Garn
    Jun 29,  · Hyde Park School air raid shelter - Plymouth - Duration: steve johnson 7, views. High Street Plymouth Basement Public Air Raid Shelter - Duration:
  3. Tetilar
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  4. Kakasa
    Sir John was given responsibility for Air Raid Precaution and the Anderson Shelter was born. It was so popular that by September 2,, had been distributed. The shelters were free to those that earned less than £ a year with a charge of £7 made to those that were on a higher income.
  5. Digis
    The air raid shelter is located under the main square in the centre of Santa Eulalia and is free to enter. It is part of a heritage trail, but is worth a quick look in its own right – probably no more than 10 to 15 minutes. It now contains some weird sculpture and a mural 4/5(11).
  6. Gardalmaran
    Jan 09,  · 3 reviews of Air Raid Shelters Tour "I had cause to visit the Stockport Air Raid Shelters Tour recently as a parent helper with a local school. It was AMAZING! This is an actual remaining second world war air raid facility that has been preserved /5(3).
  7. Migor
    Air raid shelters, also known as bomb shelters, are structures for the protection of non-combatants as well as combatants against enemy attacks from the air. They are similar to bunkers in many regards, although they are not designed to defend against ground attack (but many have been used as defensive structures in such situations).
  8. Mern
    noun. A building or structure designed to protect people from bombs dropped during air raids. More example sentences. ‘They reminded me of second world war air-raid shelters.’. ‘The condition was first spotted among survivors of the Blitz in World War II who slept in deck chairs in air-raid shelters.’. ‘The streets were a toddler's wonderland of rubble, smashed window frames, half-demolished air-raid .
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