Neighbors assemble Anderson shelters in their backyards, 1940′s.
About Anderson shelters and how families lived in their WWII backyard bomb bunkers, check out this article.
This structure was first built as a bunker disguised as a church in WW2, then after the war converted into an actual church.
Photo: Jörg Wiegels 2011 (CC BY-SA 3.0)
served as the
of the occupied Netherlands. The bunker was
camouflaged as a farmhouse, became a
national heritage site in 2015 and is currently for sale.
Bourbonese Qualk, Nocturnal Emissions, Legendary Pink Dots concert poster, Rheinterassen,Bonn Germany, 22. July 1983
In case of invasion…
(Near Polruan, Cornwall)
Bunker – Regelbau 622 – France
Bunker in Reposaari,