The most famous command room of the modern era is attributed to British Prime Minister Winston Churchill. For six years, Churchill and his staff worked from this
underground bunker in central London, isolated from the outside world.
The most famous command room of the modern era is attributed to British Prime Minister Winston Churchill. It is a bunker under ground, central London, but isolated from the outside world, he
worked 6 years with his staff.
Those present were sworn to secrecy. The 100s of staff were there to ensure the provision of all information collected on the front.
The Map room featured wall-to-wall maps with the movement of convoys tracked using coloured drawing pins.
Colour-coded telephones: Known as the "beauty chorus", each colour-coded phone was directly connected to a military department, intelligence service or the War rooms' own international
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