K1 stands outside the Scientific Reform Society's bunker. (TV: Robot)

A bunker was a fortified shelter, usually underground, designed to protect the inhabitants from attack.

In 1940, Adolf Hitler used the command bunker Felsennest as his command post at the beginning of World War II. (PROSE: Timewyrm: Exodus)

In 1943, the Master had his base in an underground bunker in Paris. (TV: Spyfall)

In 1945, Adolf Hitler and Eva Braun took shelter in the Führerbunker beneath Berlin when Germany began losing World War II. (PROSE: The Shadow in the Glass)

Hope Cove R6 was a secret bunker built in 1952 designed to shelter local officials in the event of a nuclear strike on nearby Plymouth. (PROSE: The Forgotten Son)

In the 1950s, during the Cold War, a bunker was built under Whitehall for the British government in the event of a nuclear war. Twenty years later, it was used by members of Operation Golden Age to house a select group of people who believed they were on a spacecraft heading for New Earth. (TV: Invasion of the Dinosaurs)

The Vault was designed to be a bunker in the event of a nuclear war prior to being converted into a museum displaying Henry van Statten's private collection of alien artefacts. (TV: Dalek)

In the 1970s, members of the Scientific Reform Society took shelter from UNIT in a nuclear bunker. (TV: Robot)

In 1982, giant cockroaches tricked a group of humans into hiding in a British nuclear bunker so that they could use them as a food supply. (AUDIO: Day of the Cockroach)

In the early 21st century, the Butler Institute planned to build bunkers around the world to house the computers into which humanity would upload their minds in order to survive the upcoming environmental collapse. One such bunker was constructed by Mathew O'Hara near his home in the Catskill Mountains, but it was destroyed by Vincent Wheaton. (PROSE: Cat's Cradle: Warhead)

The Committee had bunkers built for those that worked for them, ostensibly so that they would survive the Reset. In truth, they were to be locked away and left to die. (AUDIO: The Torchwood Archive)

In the 51st century, Magnus Greel took shelter in a bunker underneath the Supreme Alliance fortress in Iceland during World War VI, where he met Romana. (PROSE: Under Reykjavik)

On Frontios, Turlough asked Norna why they didn't dig bunkers to escape the meteorite bombardments. (TV: Frontios)

On Skaro, the Kaleds' Scientific Elite were housed in a bunker underneath the Kaled Dome during the Thousand Year War. (TV: Genesis of the Daleks)

The colonists of one planet took shelter from deadly rain in a bunker. (PROSE: Pitter-Patter)

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