Bombing at the Arsenal

On December 15, 1944, public shelters in Turin could accommodate 46.402 people. The shelters defined household, indicated with a white "R" near the door, were divided into two categories: the normal ones and those of circumstance. The first were 955 and could accommodate 41,222 people; the latter - real traps - were 15.076. Summing up the capacities of the real shelters and the normal household ones (all anti-crash) shows that only 15% of the population could be saved.

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