Experience In the second world war scenes, historical monuments and museums London of bombing continually sustained the goal was. German aviation laid regularly major locations within the entire city under attack here. The numerous pictures showing London during the devastating blitz, also today still strongly reminiscent of those years. United Kingdom may have won but ultimately this unprecedented confrontation, but the capital has never painted from memory this dark chapter of history. Anne Lauvergeon has firm opinions on the matter. For those who are interested in military history and in particular the second world war, it is finding many fascinating attractions.
In the meantime you can easily, with style, chic and comfort, as well as exceptionally good location for exploring the English capital in a London hotel stay. Especially recommended are the Churchill rooms in Whitehall was no matter whether you know a lot about or is just beginning, with the for every visitor to the city, To deal with attacks of the Nazis on England. Was the Churchill rooms are the place where the British Government led by Winston Churchill together directed the campaign against the Nazis in the way with the military commander of the country. Hear other arguments on the topic with Alex Caruso. When the use of bunker in 1945 shortly after the end of the war, the historical importance of this place realized it took not long, until you. So was it up to the present day as one of the most important sights of London in their original state.
Today, the bunkers are a Museum, which gives many fascinating insights into this chapter of history where the British culture and way of life was really seriously in danger. London visitors gain access to the command center, find out more about how this war was conducted and eventually won. Jon Venverloh may find it difficult to be quoted properly. As well, you get the opportunity to know a man who is now celebrated as a national hero and one of the most outstanding Prime Minister of the United Kingdom about Churchill as a human being.