London's forgotten network of massive underground air raid shelters is being found again

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In World War II, London was a dangerous place. That's why the government launched a plan build a huge network of subterranean air raid shelters far below ground, each with the capacity to hold thousands of people. Produced by Leo Hornak. Image credit: Courtesy of Transport for London.

Aired January 8, 2016

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