Sweden is a world leader in shelters – around 65,000 have been built in the country and together they can accommodate 7 million people. Vetenskapsradion Historia investigates how it came about that Sweden became a madhouse at the time just before the outbreak of World War II and how the shelters shaped the country. But we also visit one of the country’s all shelters to take in the temperature of how the rooms are today.
– A number of wrong decisions have been made, which means that it takes an unnecessarily long time to get functional shelters, says shelter specialist Anders Nilsson, who believes that the government and responsible authorities do not take their responsibility for maintaining the shelters in usable condition.
The host is Tobias Svanelid.
Source: ICELAND NEWS