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Rescue workers searching through the damaged town to identify the dead after a Luftwaffe bombing; Coventry, England - 15 November 1940 Photo by George Rodger

Rescue workers searching through the damaged town to identify the dead after a Luftwaffe bombing; Coventry, England - 15 November 1940 Photo by George Rodger

Final da 2ª Guerra Mundial. A espionagem e a constante vigilância eram aceitos em prol de descobrir o que o inimigo planejava.

On the night of the October 1941 several bombs hit in the area of Trafalgar Square, the National Gallery was hit and what may have been a bomb from the same stick of bombs hit the roadway above Trafalgar Square Underground Station.

The Lions of Trafalgar Square on VE Day- My grandfather is the boy on the far right beside the dark haired boy that is higher up in front of the lion!

People gathered in Trafalgar Square, London, to celebrate the end of in Europe, 1945

A wrecked bus stands among a scene of devastation in the centre of Coventry after the major Luftwaffe air raid on the night of 14/15 November 1940.

H A wrecked bus stands among a scene of devastation in the centre of Coventry after the major Luftwaffe air raid on the night of November 1940

Butcher Row Coventry 1935  (demolished to create Trinity Street)

Butcher Row Coventry 1935 (demolished to create Trinity Street)

Wyken. Church of St Mary Magdelene,The oldest church in Coventry.

Church of St Mary Magdelene,The oldest church in Coventry.

London Blitz WWII.  St. Paul's

Luftwaffe Aerial Archive of Great Britain & Ireland 1939 - 1942 - Nigel J Clarke Publications. "Luftwaffe Aerial Archive of Great Britain & Ireland" 1939 - 1942

In the shadow of St. Paul’s. The Blitz, London, 1940.   Unattributed

The London Blitz. Still standing after endless German bombings, St. Paul's remained a beacon of hope, miracle and wonder in the dark days of WWII.

Photo:V2 damage to Selfridges, 1944 (viewed from Barrett Street)

damage to Selfridges, 1944 (viewed from Barrett Street) At on the Sept 1944 the Red Lion Pub on the corner of Duke St and Barrett St was hit by a 18 were killed in the street and a canteen at Selfridges. Despite major damage Selfridges reopened on the

Cecil Beaton exhibition: Cecil Beaton: Theatre of War  Bomb damage to HMV (His Master’s Voice) gramophone shop, Oxford Street, London, 1940. The shop had been opened by Sir Edward Elgar in 1921

Cecil Beaton's rare war photography – in pictures

Credit: Cecil Beaton/Imperial War Museum Bomb damage to HMV (His Master’s Voice) gramophone shop, Oxford Street, London, The shop had been opened by Sir Edward Elgar in 1921

World War II, 13th February 1945, London, England, A Rescue worker holds a cat amidst the devastation and rubble caused by a V-bomb launched by a Nazi raid in Judd Street

♡ World War II, February London, England, A Rescue worker holds a cat amidst the devastation and rubble caused by a V-bomb launched by a Nazi raid in Judd Street (Photo by Popperfoto/Getty Images)

A book of heroes: Volume of 107 Battle of Britain pilot ...

'A book of heroes': Volume of 107 Battle of Britain pilot signatures goes on sale

'A book of heroes': Volume of 107 Battle of Britain pilot signatures goes on…

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