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The " Blitz "
7th Sept 1940 - 21st May 1941 16 British cities were bombed, killing over 40,000 people, more than half of them in London.
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Members of the O'Rourke family sleeping in an air raid shelter under the railway arches in Bermondsey, London during November 1940.
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Bomb damage to buildings and the road surface on Minories, London, following the Zeppelin raid on the night of 13 - 14 October 1915 that claimed the lives of 71 people.
An air-raid warden phones from a shattered booth after a bombing raid. London, 1940. George Rodger
The " Blitz "
London: The streets of a ruined London after The Blitz, 1940. >> See the Deals!
24 Oct 1940, England, UK --- A woman wears a surgical mask to protect others from her cold in a British air raid shelter during World War II ~
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Children drink up in the ruins of London. The Blitz, WWII.
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People queuing up at a fruit stall in bomb-damaged area of London.
St Pauls Cathedral
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