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London In The Blitz 1939 to 1944
Could there be a better example of a people coming together than the camaraderie and bravery shown by the British during The Blitz? We think not. Relive those times here in this box, and better unders ...More
Could there be a better example of a people coming together than the camaraderie and bravery shown by the British during The Blitz? We think not. Relive those times here in this box, and better understand just we, our parents and our grandparents went through during those dark days of WWII.
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Consider the well-known photograph taken of...Keep
The ruins of the Burlington Arcade, LondonKeep
An Air Raid Prevention officer and some nurses try...Keep
Bomb damage in London during the war.Keep
East Ham Borough Corporation have issued a...Keep
London school children from heavily bombed...Keep
Prime Minister Winston Churchill (second from the...Keep
A city girl worker still smiling after being...Keep
An air-raid warden sets a black-out time clock...Keep
A milk bar sandbagged for an air raid shelter.Keep
World War Two - British Empire - Home Front - Air Raid Precautions - Air Raid Sirens - London - 1939
An air raid siren being erected next to a police...Keep
Sandbagged petrol pumps at West Hill, Wandsworth,...Keep
A steel-helmeted policeman on duty at the Bank...Keep
Gunners at an anti-aircraft battery on Wanstead...Keep
London children evacuees.Keep
Filling sandbags in London.Keep
Children being evacuated.Keep
The Lord Mayor, Sir Frank Bowater and the City's...Keep
On August 24th 1940, central London was bombed for...Keep
Valuable stained-glass windows in Westminster...Keep
Work continues to repair the damage caused by...Keep
World War Two - British Empire - The Home Front - The Blitz - Prime Minister Winston Churchill - London - 1940
Prime Minister Winston Churchill surveys bomb...Keep
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