Air rade shelters

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Air raid shelters, also known as bomb shelters, are structures that provide protection from an air attack. These structures do not offer protection from ground attacks.

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Are air raid shelters used for keeping safe?

Yes, if ever there's an invasion from the air, use the bomb shelters.

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What were the two types of air raid shelters called?

The two types of air raid shelters are called the Anderson shelter and the Morrison shelter

Why were air raid shelters called morrisson shelters?

because Dr. David Morrison invented them

What kind of iron was used to make air raid shelters?

Anderson shelters were made from corrugated iron.

Did air raid shelters have carpets?

Rarely but yes some air raid shelters during the blitz did have carpets. There were many types of shelters in WW2 such as the Anderson and Morrison shelters but many shelters included basements and even rail way tubes. Though carpets were never used in the rail way tubes a few private shelters did include carpet however most were basic.

Why did they have Anderson shelters?

to protect people from air raids.

When were Anderson shelters introduced?

Anderson shelters, air raid shelters built for the poor, were introduced in 1938, just prior to the start of World War II. lol!

What were two types of air raid shelters called?

They were shelters either underground or in your house or outside in your front or back garden. They were mostly made out of corrugated metal or iron for the roofs and usually metal for the walls and there were wooden stools/ seats/ bench's etc.. . and if a air raid went off they would probably stay in for a few hours.

What was the 3 air raid shelters called in ww2?

there where two air raid shelters one was the Morrison shelter which looked like a table the other was the Anderson shelter which was underground

Were air raid shelters free?

There were public and neighbourhood shelters in British towns. People could also buy shelters to erect in side their house or larger ones in gardens.