1980's life recreated for Cold War exhibition

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1980's life recreated for Cold War exhibition

The impact the Cold War had on life in London is part of a new exhibition opening at the National Archives.

A government bunker, and a 1980s living room have been recreated, to highlight the steps taken as part of the public safety campaign protect and survive - designed to alleviate fears of a nuclear attack. 

Protect and Survive: Britain's Cold War Revealed is on from April 4th until November 9th at the National Archives. 

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