Cold War bunker sites in Europe

The concept of secret refuge areas was introduced during the early years of World War II. A refuge is an area made up of bunkers, tunnels, caverns, or hideouts. These hideouts are used to collectively shelter, hide, and protect themselves from persecution, danger, or damage.

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