The Lascaris War Rooms were dug out underground by British miners and entered by a long tunnel, not easy to find but totally suitable for original purpose. Staff were exceptionally welcoming and knowledgeable, and totally committed to the further development of the museum.
For the first time ever we actually received the photo of me in the hard hat. The introductory talk and video were very good, and to walk through the control rooms was fascinating for an insight into how quickly tracking and interception had developed as a precision tool. It was fascinating to walk through rooms that were at the centre of changing the course of WW2 and were visited by all the major players.
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