March 22, 2017

The Cabinet War Rooms (now a museum called the Churchill War Rooms) – a ‘bunker’ – was where Churchill and his government were protected from the worst the German bombers could rain down on London. A total of 115 Cabinet meetings were held at the Cabinet War Rooms, the last of which was on 28 March 1945. You can visit this maze of underground rooms – the Map Room, the Transatlantic Telephone Room, the kitchen, office-cum-bedroom – which remain today much as they were when he worked there. Click here to find out more.

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