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Going underground! Four places which are safe if there’s a World War Three attack

British army chief General Sir Patrick Sanders recently warned Britain to train and equip a ‘citizen army’ to prepare the country for a possible land war.

The chief of the general staff said the British army is “too small” and urged ministers to “mobilize the nation” in preparation for a wider conflict against Russia amid the crisis. invasion of Ukraine.

More recently, tensions between the United States and Iran have increased after a drone strike killed three American soldiers.

With Russia and China warning the US of a ‘cycle of retaliation’ after Joe Biden threatened to target their ally, MailOnline looks at the five places on Earth that could be safe in the event of a Third World War.

Wood Norton, Worcestershire

Wood Norton was bought by the BBC at the start of the Second World War and would be the broadcaster’s base in the event of a crisis

The former Wartime Broadcasting System, based at Wood Norton (pictured), is said to accommodate up to 90 BBC staff

The former Wartime Broadcasting System, based at Wood Norton (pictured), is said to accommodate up to 90 BBC staff

Tucked away in the Worcestershire hills, the bunker features several floors of architecture (pictured in the BBC's war book)

Tucked away in the Worcestershire hills, the bunker features several floors of architecture (pictured in the BBC’s war book)

With only a small cell tower and a security barrier in sight, you might miss the vast network of tunnels that run deep into the Worcestershire forest.

Originally purchased by the BBC at the start of the Second World War, the bunker’s original purpose was to provide a hidden base for the broadcaster in the event of a crisis in London.

According to Gloucestershire LiveWood Norton is used as a training base for sound engineers and technical staff at the broadcaster.

The bunker also has a mast that would continue to broadcast messages from the BBC if Britain ever entered crisis mode.

Also known as PAWN, Protected Area Wood Norton, the site is hidden deep in the Worcestershire hillside and features multi-storey underground architecture.

The broadcaster outlined in documents released in 2016, known as the War Book, that the base would be used in the event of a serious attack on Britain.

The facility is said to house 90 BBC staff – including 12 news editors and sub-editors – and also features a table tennis table.

Raven Rock Mountain Complex, Pennsylvania

The Raven Rock military complex has been shrouded in mystery since construction began in 1948

The Raven Rock military complex has been shrouded in mystery since construction began in 1948

The facility, named “Harry's Hole” after President Truman, received $652 million in upgrades after September 11 and features 90,000 square feet of office space.

The facility, named “Harry’s Hole” after President Truman, received $652 million in upgrades after September 11 and features 90,000 square feet of office space.

The Raven Rock Mountain Complex has maintained a mystical atmosphere since they began building the complex in 1948.

The Pennsylvania facility, named “Harry’s Hole” after President Truman, who greenlit the project, first opened in 1953.

Raven’s Rock was built with the intention of being a “centerpiece of a major emergency response center,” according to Garret Graff, author of Raven Rock: The Story of the US Government’s Secret Plan to Save Itself – While The Rest Of Us Die.

With 30,000 meters of office space, the bunker could house up to 1,400 people.

The base also has two 300-meter tunnels and 34-ton blast doors to help reduce the impact of a possible bomb attack.

Although the site was placed on standby mode by President George HW Bush in 1991, $652 million in upgrades were pumped into the site after September 11.

According to Graff, the underground city was equipped with 27 new fuel tanks in 2012, both of which could hold 20,000 liters.

Currently, the bunker is believed to have as much as 900,000 square feet of office space, as well as a capacity for between 3,000 and 5,000 government employees.

Family members were not allowed to stay on the base.

He said: ‘Families would have been forbidden in Raven Rock – as in fact they would have been in all Doomsday bunkers.

“Although the veil of complete secrecy has been lifted in recent years, family members of Raven Rock personnel are allowed to visit for specific ceremonies.

“So today, relatives can at least imagine where their relatives will spend Doomsday, even if they are left out.”

Petersburg, Virginia

Located deep in the Appalachians, Peters Mountain serves as an

Located deep in the Appalachians, Peters Mountain serves as an “undercover” AT&T communications station

Located in Virginia’s vast Appalachian Mountains, Peters Mountain has been standing for some time, functioning as an AT&T communications station.

When you see the landmark, you’ll even see an AT&T logo painted on a helicopter landing pad.

It serves as one of several secret centers also known as AT&T project offices The New York Post.

These facilities are essential to the U.S. government’s business continuity planning.

The center, hidden in Appalachia, can accommodate a few hundred people.

According to Graff, the bunker has undergone renovations in recent years that cost $67 million.

He stated that there would be an attack on Washington and that it might be used as a relocation location for intelligence services.

Cheyenne Mountain Complex – NORAD

Cheyenne Mountain Complex, also known as NORAD headquarters, has never been kept secret from the public

Cheyenne Mountain Complex, also known as NORAD headquarters, has never been kept secret from the public

The massive base can accommodate up to a thousand people per month and is said to have an underground lake

The massive base can accommodate up to a thousand people per month and is said to have an underground lake

The bunker, which would cost as much as $250 million a year to operate, was briefly put on standby for the Obama administration.

The bunker, which would cost as much as $250 million annually to operate, was briefly put on standby for the Obama administration.

Nearly $40 million was invested in the facility to equip it with state-of-the-art technology, including 15 console displays and three room-sized Philco 212 computers.

Nearly $40 million was invested in the facility to equip it with state-of-the-art technology, including 15 console displays and three room-sized Philco 212 computers.

The 'underground city' also has five chambers with its own fuel and water - and even has an underground lake

The ‘underground city’ also has five chambers with its own fuel and water – and even has an underground lake

Although Peters Mountain and Raven Rock were kept secret from the public, one bunker has always been public since the beginning.

Cheyenne Mountain Complex, located in El Paso County, Colorado, is a defense bunker for the United States Space Force.

Better known as NORAD (North American Aerospace Defense Command) headquarters, the site was built in 1950 in response to Cold War paranoia.

The five rooms in the extraordinary bunker all have reservoirs for fuel and water – and in one section they even reportedly have an underground lake.

Nearly $40 million was invested in the facility to equip it with state-of-the-art technology, including 15 console displays and three room-sized Philco 212 computers.

In the midst of a crisis, the Cheyenne Mountain Complex can house up to 1,000 people per month.

The facility, which costs as much as $250 million annually to run, was on the brink of closure before September 11.

Although the base was briefly put on standby mode in 2006, the Obama administration opted to revive the base.

After conducting large-scale continuity exercises at the bunker, the Pentagon said it would re-staff the bunker in 2015, The New York Post reports.