Du Cane Court – Was it saved from bombing during the Blitz?

Hitler ordered Art Deco block of flats to be spared from his Blitz bombing raids on London as he wanted to use it as his UK HQ if he won WWII.

  • Du Cane Court in Balham, south London, survived the devastation of the Blitz
  • Locals claim the site was earmarked by the Nazi leader as a British HQ
Du Cane Court, in Balham, south London, survived unscathed from the Nazis’ bombing offensive against Britain in 1940 and 1941 despite surrounding buildings in the capital suffering obliteration.

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