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Classification Capital city
Location United Kingdom
Events War of 1996
War of 2016

London is the capital of England and the United Kingdom. It is home to the Houses of Parliament (including Big Ben), the Tower of London, the Tower Bridge, St Paul's Cathedral, the London Eye, Buckingham Palace and the British Prime Minister's house at 10 Downing Street.

History[edit | edit source]

During the War of 1996, London was one of the major cities targeted by the City Destroyers, in which one positioned itself over the Houses of Parliament. Ultimately, London was attacked, making it among the many cities that were destroyed. However, the Royal Family and the Prime Minister were both successfully evacuated. [1] The City Destroyer carried on north, destroying two more English cities (Birmingham and Liverpool) before being stopped at Belfast, Northern Ireland. Following the invasion, London was rebuilt by 2010.[2]

London was once again destroyed during the War of 2016 in which massive debris lifted by the gravitational pull of the Harvester Mothership were dropped upon the city.

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Independence Day[edit | edit source]

Independence Day: Resurgence[edit | edit source]

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