It is character that communicates most eloquently. Stephen R. Covey Under the streets of London is a subterranean bunker where Winston Churchill oversaw the British battle strategy during World War II. The Churchill (or Cabinet) War Rooms are a time capsule of those dangerous and deadly years between 1940, when Churchill became Prime Minister, and 1945, when Adolph Hitler’s Nazi regime collapsed. After the war, the bunker was sealed as it was when the British military directed the last battle on the last day. For the next forty years, give or take, the bunker remained relatively unknown until Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher commissioned the Imperial War Museums to reopen the bunker to the general public.
What a great article! I've been to the Churchill war rooms it's a fascinating place & Lonesome Dove is a classic! Thanks 👍 🤠