Tagged in WORLD WAR TWO

Discover The Secret World War II Bunker In Uxbridge That Changed The Fate Of Britain

Discover The Secret World War II Bunker In Uxbridge That Changed The Fate Of Britain

It lies 18m below the surface. | By Robert Greene
Read Personal Letters That Lay At The Bottom Of The Atlantic For 70 Years

Read Personal Letters That Lay At The Bottom Of The Atlantic For 70 Years

This new exhibition goes deep. | By Londonist Staff
Uncovering London's Secret Subterranean Shelters

Uncovering London's Secret Subterranean Shelters

Some are still open to visit. | By Londonist Staff
Churchill's Spare Cabinet War Rooms

Churchill's Spare Cabinet War Rooms

The whole cabinet was ready to move if Westminster was destroyed. | By Laura Reynolds
The Story Of Three George Cross Heroes Brought To Life

The Story Of Three George Cross Heroes Brought To Life

Rare medal on display, with graphic novel. | By James Drury
The Day A Bomb Fell On The Pitch At Upton Park

The Day A Bomb Fell On The Pitch At Upton Park

A little-known part of West Ham United's history. | By Laura Reynolds
The Secret World War Two Bunker

The Secret World War Two Bunker

Tucked away in Uxbridge. | By Sandra Lawrence
Where To Mark VE Day In London

Where To Mark VE Day In London

70 years since the end of World War Two in Europe. | By Laura Reynolds
Unexploded WW2 Bomb Found In Bermondsey

Unexploded WW2 Bomb Found In Bermondsey

Army attempting to defuse it. | By Rachel Holdsworth
How London Became The Nerve Centre For Resistance During WWII

How London Became The Nerve Centre For Resistance During WWII

Governments-in-exile turn city into "Miniature Europe". | By Londonist
Watch A Weekend Of Classic World War Two Films

Watch A Weekend Of Classic World War Two Films

Give Jerry a licking at Stratford Picturehouse. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Red Sands: The Abandoned Estuary Sea Forts From The Second World War

Red Sands: The Abandoned Estuary Sea Forts From The Second World War

A trip to the extreme limits of the Thames. | By M@
Book Review: The War On Our Doorstep By Harriet Salisbury

Book Review: The War On Our Doorstep By Harriet Salisbury

The story of the East End in the 20th Century, told by those who were there. | By M@
Crossrail Connaught Tunnel Checked For Bombs

Crossrail Connaught Tunnel Checked For Bombs

Contractors making sure a bomb hit in 1940 didn't leave any nasty surprises. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Review: Lilies On The Land @ Arts Theatre

Review: Lilies On The Land @ Arts Theatre

By Hazel
"Beacon" WWII Monument Proposed For Hendon

"Beacon" WWII Monument Proposed For Hendon

By Dean Nicholas