The Liverpool War Museum is a restored World War II command centre that was used during the Battle of the Atlantic, the longest running conflict of the war. The command centre was a labyrinth of underground rooms and all now allow visitors to see what life was like in the 1940s. There are many unique artefacts from the time including a soundproofed phone booth that had a direct line to the Prime Minister's office in London and a secret red telephone. There is a Map Room to investigate and kids get the feel of what it would have been like working underground during the war.
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