Declassified Government Bunker

Construction of government underground shelters in Canada began in the 60s. While the prime minister was John Defenbaker (John Diefenbaker) because of the name which all bins have received a strange nickname «Diefenbunkers». A total of about 40 countries are expected to governmental structures protective functionality. But in the end, was built only a part, and to this day has survived even less.

The bunker is 30 kilometers from the capital city of Canada, Ottawa. Place building was chosen. Firstly, the local soil is ideally suited for this kind. And secondly, at that time, 30 kilometers was safe enough distance from the epicenter. Construction of the bunker began in 1959 and lasted only 2 years. But himself, was just built two radio-field ground-based military unit, stretched two overlapping lines of government communications.

The bunker itself has 4 levels and had to perform a task and radiation-resistant construction. However, 4 years after its commissioning, it is partially out of date. Technology stepped forward, increased charges bombs, bunker and was unable to defend against nuclear attack. But, nevertheless, to the mid-90s, he was on account of the military, although it stood for several years completely abandoned (oh, Zloty 90). In 1994, the bunker was transferred to the city municipality and it was made from a museum of the Cold War.

Before I get into the bunker to overcome one germodver, then right clothes to take a shower, take off your clothes on, throw it in a special container, take a shower again. After all these procedures special person in chemical protection should a Geiger counter to measure radioactivity, and if everything is in order, pass inside.

At the first level of the hopper is of prime minister and his entourage, as well as their bedrooms, honey part of the point of contact.


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