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Anti-gas drill at Old Woolwich Road School in Greenwich, London during 1941.
Anti-gas drill at Old Woolwich Road School in Greenwich, London during 1941.
Reverend Hermann Mayerowitsch stands in the runis of the Great Synagogue, Dukes Place, London. The building was extensively damaged during an air raid on 10 May 1941.
Reverend Hermann Mayerowitsch stands in the runis of the Great Synagogue, Dukes Place, London. The building was extensively damaged during an air raid on 10 May 1941.
Colonel Frank Capra (right) of the US Army Signal Corps confers with Captain Roy Boulting of the British Army Film Unit on the editing of the film 'Tunisian Victory' in February 1944.
Colonel Frank Capra (right) of the US Army Signal Corps confers with Captain Roy Boulting of the British Army Film Unit on the editing of the film 'Tunisian Victory' in February 1944.
American volunteers, Flight Sergeant Bill Kelly (left) and Flying Officer Osbourne of No. 121 (Eagle) Squadron, RAF, at rest in the Dispersal Hut at Rochford airfield in Essex during 1942.
American volunteers, Flight Sergeant Bill Kelly (left) and Flying Officer Osbourne of No. 121 (Eagle) Squadron, RAF, at rest in the Dispersal Hut at Rochford airfield in Essex during 1942.
Mrs Day and her cat 'Little One' in London during 1941. 'Little One' is wearing a National Air Raid Precautions for Animals Committee collar to help ensure the cat is returned to his owner should he stray during the blitz or black-out.
Mrs Day and her cat 'Little One' in London during 1941. 'Little One' is wearing a National Air Raid Precautions for Animals Committee collar to help ensure the cat is returned to his owner should he stray during the blitz or black-out.
Mrs Pitt, wife of the landlord, pours a pint of beer for a naval officer in the saloon bar of 'The Cricketers' pub in Brighton during 1944.
Mrs Pitt, wife of the landlord, pours a pint of beer for a naval officer in the saloon bar of 'The Cricketers' pub in Brighton during 1944.
A group of women enjoy a drink and share a joke at the Wynnstay Arms, Ruabon, Benbighshire, Wales, 1944.
A group of women enjoy a drink and share a joke at the Wynnstay Arms, Ruabon, Benbighshire, Wales, 1944.
Members of the Women's Auxiliary Air Force catering section serve meals to WAAFs at the Royal Air Force depot in Uxbridge, 1944.
Members of the Women's Auxiliary Air Force catering section serve meals to WAAFs at the Royal Air Force depot in Uxbridge, 1944.
A mother teaches her daughter to cross the road in safety during 1942.
A mother teaches her daughter to cross the road in safety during 1942.
Civilians sleeping under railway arches South East London during an air-raid in 1940.
Civilians sleeping under railway arches South East London during an air-raid in 1940.
A selection of boxes containing children's gas masks hang in the entrance to the basement air raid shelter of the 'Foster Parents Plan for War Children' nursery, in Hampstead.
A selection of boxes containing children's gas masks hang in the entrance to the basement air raid shelter of the 'Foster Parents Plan for War Children' nursery, in Hampstead.
A member of the ATS looks out of the window of one of a convoy of lorries at a driver training centre.  It is possible that this photograph was taken at Camberley, Surrey.
A member of the ATS looks out of the window of one of a convoy of lorries at a driver training centre. It is possible that this photograph was taken at Camberley, Surrey.
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